Elsie Kerinaiua and Felicity Portiminni joined Calvary Community Care Mulakunya Flexible Aged Care Nguiu in October 2019 as support workers. Elsie and Felicity's day-to-day responsibilities include assisting with meal preparation and serving, and assisting with outings and activities for the residents at the aged care
In mid 2019, the National Indigenous Australians Agency announced an employment incentive program called "1000 jobs". The 1,000 jobs package is a wage subsidy that supports employment opportunities across remote Australia. Eligible employers receive financial support to hire suitably skilled CDP participants
In September 2019, two of our Wurrumiyanga Supervisors, Sophia Tipuamantumirri and Evita Puruntatameri, received conference support grants to attend the Australian Evaluation Society in Sydney as Indigenous evaluators. They presented a session covering the evaluation process for the Rise Up 2 Lead
Community Services is big, fast-growing industry suitable for anyone who likes working with people and wants to make a positive difference in people’s lives. With the right training you can work in schools, aged care centres, clinics and other community service jobs.
Jackie McSkimming (Scrymgour) is a proud Tiwi woman. Through her mother, Clare Scrymgour (Mollominni), Jackie inherited Tiwi identity and obligations as a member of the Maradui Skin Group. Her father Jack Scrymgour (Woods) was forcibly removed as a child from his home
Port Melville, Port Manager, Lindsay Whiting, is grateful to TITEB for their help to complete a “gruelling” employee application process when he needed a position filled within a week. The process can be challenging, especially when ID, passports and licences need to
Spencer Martin is an award-winning apprentice mechanic who lives with his partner at Wurrumiyanga. In 2018 he will complete his apprenticeship in Late Motor Vehicle Technology with Nguiu Garage, proudly supported by TITEB and CDU. Spencer is proud of his achievements. In
Michelle Woody Minnapinni desperately wanted to work, so she started with TITEB. Her goal was to learn about technology and administration. Through TITEB she did computer training, cooking, and learnt about banking. She was doing artwork at Jilamara (where her partner, Nicholas