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Working at NASCA is my dream job. Blake, NSW Program Manager

Current Vacancies

NASCA is growing rapidly - we are on the lookout for motivated staff, eager to work alongside creative and engaging colleagues to empower First Nations young people in all aspects of life.

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Team Leader - Bourke, NSW

The Team Leader will manage and support Program Leads in delivering the NASCA Academies for their school site. This includes program and project panning, staff management and coordination, and undertaking Program Lead tasks.

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YWA Program Lead - Bourke, NSW

Program Leads in our Young Women’s Academies in NSW work with NASCA students in schools to improve attendance and ultimately school performance, develop career pathways and work-ready skills, and strengthen cultural pride and identity through life skills, personal development and long-term resilience.

Program Leads in our Young Women’s Academies in NSW work with NASCA students to improve school attendance and ultimately school performance, develop career pathways and work-ready skills, and strengthen cultural pride and identity through life skills, personal development and long-term resilience.

This role is based in Bourke, NSW.

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YWA Program Lead - Brewarrina, NSW

Program Leads in our Young Women’s Academies in NSW work with NASCA students to improve school attendance and ultimately school performance, develop career pathways and work-ready skills, and strengthen cultural pride and identity through life skills, personal development and long-term resilience.

This role is based in Brewarrina, NSW at Brewarrina Central School.

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Program Lead - Mount Druitt, Sydney, NSW

Program Leads in our Academies in NSW work with NASCA students to improve school attendance and ultimately school performance, develop career pathways and work-ready skills, and strengthen cultural pride and identity through life skills, personal development and long-term resilience.

This role is based in Mount Druitt, NSW at Chifley College Senior Campus.

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Communications Lead

The Communications Lead will be responsible for developing and implementing the NASCA Communications Plan in support of the strategic priorities of NASCA. The aim of this plan is to elevate the stories of our NASCA participants, highlighting their achievements, and aspirations.

The Communications Lead will assist NASCA to form connections with supporters and stakeholder groups, and through this storytelling, grow their understanding of NASCA’s impact. The Communications Lead will work collaboratively to support special projects, such as the Youth Advisory Committee and Youth Awards and Social Impact reporting.

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