Real Futures is working with an employer who is looking to employ a Indigenous Suicide Postvention Advocate around the WA area

About the role Reporting to the Regional Coordinator

The Indigenous Suicide Postvention Advocate (Advocate) works within a strong community capacity building framework to provide Indigenous Suicide Postvention Services (ISPS) to individuals

Skills/Experience and Relevant qualifications which may include Aboriginal Health Worker/Practitioner; Certificate IV, Diploma, Graduate Diploma or Bachelor of Community Development, Indigenous Studies, Mental Health or other relevant field including psychology, social work, youth work or other related human services or extensive experience in working with families and communities at the grass roots level.
Demonstrated experience in working in interagency partnerships to strengthen the health, social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Demonstrated understanding of the underlying principles of good practice associated with working in trauma informed ways with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, providing culturally safe care, and building community resilience and wellbeing.
Full Time Position
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