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Peer Panel Coordinator (Part-Time)

PEER PANEL COORDINATOR (PART-TIME)

The Peer Panel Coordinator will be supported by a steering committee and will have a range of duties to oversee the operations of the Peer Panel. These duties include, conduct assessments and intake interviews of referred young people, provide support to Peer Panel members, oversee the smooth functioning of Panel hearings, and support young people to undertake plans to address issues underpinning their behaviour and repair harm caused.

The Peer Panel Coordinator will be a multi-skilled, self-motivated person who is able to work effectively with a variety of stakeholders and in particular with Aboriginal young people.
A competitive salary package is offered, with fringe benefits and annual airfare allowance. Interested parties are invited to obtain an information package by clicking on the links below. To be considered for the position, applications must address the Selection Criteria and be forwarded, preferably by email, by COB on Friday 12th June 2015 to:
Glenn Miller
Corporate Services Manager
GPO Box 1064
DARWIN NT 0801
(08) 8982 5100
glenn.miller@naaja.org.au
www.naaja.org.au
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are strongly encouraged to apply.

Duty Statement (incl Selection Criteria) – Peer Panel Project Officer

Basic Employment Conditions Peer Panel Coord Dwn Mar15