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Using our First Nations Practice Framework to build a more inclusive workplace and stronger community relationships.

How our Practice Framework Guides Us

Our Practice Framework outlines our core values and how we hope to achieve the implementation of them throughout our organisation. We’re not just committed to improving career opportunities for First Nations staff, but building better relationships with our communities and supporting the advancement of Reconciliation in everything we do. We use it to provide cultural guidance in our policies, procedures, care planning and support practices.
Our goal is to enrich the interactions we have in the community to make a positive difference, because we are passionate about supporting everyone to reach their potential no matter their abilities, religion, gender, sexual orientation or race. We’re working towards being an industry leader in the empowerment and support of all those who need it, but we also recognised that in order to do this, we needed to ensure that we were creating culturally aware policies that are designed to be implemented in consultation with our First Nations Peoples to create better workplaces, support systems and community empowerment.
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Current Vacancies

If you’d like to work with our team to build stronger communities and better support services for everyone we work with, we’d love to hear from you. Building a strong and diverse team is important to us.
You can view our current vacancies below, and find the role that could change your life.

More on Reconciliation

Challenge Community Services is dedicated to improving our cultural competence and developing better understanding of First Nations peoples, both within our team and in our communities. We recognise that Reconciliation is an ongoing job that must be continually worked on.
Our First Nations Framework provides guidance to our team on cultural development and outlines our plans for achieving the best outcomes in line with our Reconciliation plan. This includes strong commitment to Cultural Respect, Consultation and Collaboration, Self-Determination and Holistic approaches to applying these pillars into practice.

Our Values

Compassion

Respect

Integrity

People

Collaboration

The Perks

We are committed to making Challenge an amazing place to work. That’s why we strive to
reward our team members with perks and benefits that help them flourish.
Salary Packaging Options
Rostered Day Off (role dependant)
Employee Training Programs
Employee Assistance Program
Wellbeing Focus
Career Growth
Flexibility
Vehicle Options
Whether you are giving a child a permanent home or stepping in to help in a crisis, being a foster carer is a hugely rewarding and life-changing experience.
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