Goal IS are driven to be innovative and flexible in tailoring solutions to meet any client’s needs across a range of industries.
Government and corporate customers are increasingly requiring evidence of supplier diversity within tenders and quotations. As a Registered Supply Nation business, Goal IS supports employers and projects to achieve their social inclusion and procurement targets. By collaborating with GOAL IS, you unlock a massive potential client base who require diversity as part of their procurement goals, and contribute positively towards Corporate Social Responsibility.
Our knowledge of best practices on advertising and recruiting from Indigenous communities means we can attract talent from any community groups throughout Australia.
Mentoring and Cultural Awareness is a service provided for both Employees and Project Management team, which allows the project to retain a quality workforce for the duration of the project.
In 2016, after the success of an Indigenous Employment Project in a remote community in the Northern Territory, Xavier and CGH Group formed Goal IS. The partnership is a great way for CGH Group to manage the back end support needed to employ Indigenous people while utilising Xavier’s passion and reach in to the Indigenous community to engage and attract Indigenous people who are looking to gain entry in to an industry.
Majority Indigenous Ownership
Mentoring support from Goal IS is offered to both Indigenous Employees and the Client Management team.
Our Mentors work closely with the Indigenous Employees well before they are placed in to employment. Each Indigenous candidate who applies for employment with our Organisation will be linked with a Mentor to support them with a pathway plan and supported through any necessary pre-employment training program.
Our Mentors will work with Project Managers and direct Supervisors to help them understand the background of each Individual employed. Managers will feel adequately supported in the event that any cultural challenges may arise.
Dean Rioli, Victorian General Manager, brings a wealth of knowledge to the business with over 13 years’ experience in recruitment, pre-employment training, mentoring, cultural awareness training, business development and developing Indigenous engagement strategies.
He is passionate about helping Indigenous people find suitable and sustainable employment opportunities. Throughout his career he has earned the trust from both community and industry and built a reputation of delivering positive outcomes.
Dean has worked within the construction, maritime and transport logistics industries to develop Indigenous engagement strategies, deliver cultural awareness training and coordinate pre-employment training programs. During his career Dean has worked with Downer and John Holland as their Indigenous Specialist and worked with the Electrical Trade Union, supporting Indigenous people throughout their electrical apprenticeships. In 2008 he formed Dean Rioli Aboriginal Employment Service and placed over 100 Indigenous people in to full time employment in various industries.
He is the Chairperson of the Rioli Fund for Aboriginal Health, which raises funds for Menzies School of Health Research for research in to solutions for Indigenous child health and Indigenous mental health.
Dean will work closely with clients and Indigenous communities, formulating strategies to attract, mentor and retain indigenous jobseekers, across varied industry segments.