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Goal Indigenous Services create employment opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. We strive to provide Indigenous people secure, long-term economic independence within their communities. To make this happen, we bring together passion and leadership in communities with the national capacity and respected experience of the CGH Group, allowing us to reliably supply large scale projects, services and workforce requirements.

People

We help get the right people into the right jobs and to keep them there.

Services

We provide many services that support jobseekers, workers and employers.

Projects

We have the capacity to deliver a range of complete projects and services.

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WE’RE HIRING METER READERS ACROSS THE PERTH METRO AREA $32 PH. You’ll need to walk up to 20 km reading meters across residential and commercial properties. To find out more click the link below.

https://www.corestaff.com.au/job-board/?ja-job=554019

WE’RE HIRING METER READERS ACROSS THE PERTH METRO AREA $32 PH. You’ll need to walk up to 20 km reading meters across residential and commercial properties. To find out more click the link below.

www.corestaff.com.au/job-board/?ja-job=554019
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2 months ago

Do you know someone who has empowered Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in their communities and beyond?

Who has promoted Indigenous issues in the wider community?

Or who has shown excellence in their chosen field?

Nominate them now for the 2022 National NAIDOC Awards, which recognise the outstanding contributions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

We've updated some of the Award titles to incorporate the diversity of our achievers across many sectors and levels.

2022 National NAIDOC Person Award
2022 National NAIDOC Lifetime Achievement Award
2022 National NAIDOC Female Elder Award
2022 National NAIDOC Male Elder Award
2022 National NAIDOC Sportsperson Award
2022 National NAIDOC Youth Award
2022 National NAIDOC Creative Talent Award
2022 National NAIDOC Caring for Country and Culture Award
2022 National NAIDOC Education Award
2022 National NAIDOC Innovation Award

Visit www.naidoc.org.au/awards/nominations for more details.
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4 months ago

Today's theme announcement also means that the #NAIDOC2022 National NAIDOC Poster Competition is NOW OPEN!

The National NAIDOC Committee invites Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists to submit their artwork.

This competition represents a significant opportunity for talented Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists aged 13 years and over to have their work recognised nationally and internationally as part of the celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and achievements during NAIDOC Week.

The winning artist will receive a $10,000 cash price and their artwork will be used as the official 2022 National NAIDOC Week Poster. Additionally, they will receive a ticket for themselves and one guest to the National NAIDOC Awards ceremony.

The National NAIDOC Week Poster receives nation-wide exposure as the centrepiece of National NAIDOC Week 2022 and becomes part of NAIDOC history. In previous years, the winning artwork has been used to wrap public transport, been used as the backdrop for a current affairs program, and was even on display at Expo 2020 in Dubai!

The artwork must reflect this year’s National NAIDOC theme, which is: Get up! Stand up! Show up!

Poster entries close on 14 March 2022 at 11:59PM (AEDT).

For more info, visit: www.naidoc.org.au/get-involved/national-naidoc-poster-competition-entry-form

Before submitting your entry, please read the poster competition terms and conditions.
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4 months ago

Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy Healthy New Year! We look forward to working with you all in 2022! ... See MoreSee Less

5 months ago
Goal Indigenous Services WA in partnership with our client Stork Technical Services, is very excited to welcome two new Indigenous NDT trainees Aaron & Ky into our business.

Both graduated this year, completing the Process Plant Operations Program training at their school’s onsite Training Centre.

Aaron and Ky have now started their first week at the Stork Kwinana Operations, and are excited to get into the practical applications of their studies, as well as ongoing learning at TAFE in 2022. 

Welcome and congratulations!

Goal Indigenous Services WA in partnership with our client Stork Technical Services, is very excited to welcome two new Indigenous NDT trainees Aaron & Ky into our business.

Both graduated this year, completing the Process Plant Operations Program training at their school’s onsite Training Centre.

Aaron and Ky have now started their first week at the Stork Kwinana Operations, and are excited to get into the practical applications of their studies, as well as ongoing learning at TAFE in 2022.

Welcome and congratulations!
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6 months ago
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Xavier Clarke

Goal Indigenous Services is an initiative of Managing Director, Xavier Clarke. Xavier is a well-respected Larrakia and Amrreamo/Marritjavin (Daly River region) man and former AFL footballer, now head coach of the Territory’s own NT Thunder.

Xavier’s passion is coaching, and through this, helping people achieve their goals on and off the sporting field. He uses this passion, drive and leadership skills to work for change and positive outcomes for Indigenous people, and Goal Indigenous Services is the practical embodiment of this vision.

Xavier also sits on the AFL Indigenous Advisory Council, the AFL Women’s Advisory Group, and is an Ambassador for White Ribbon.

The training course has been an amazing experience and I am excited to be starting my career on the biggest road tunnel project in Victoria.

Kristy Stewart