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We are hiring! We are looking for someone who has experience in Human Resources and has an interest or has worked in community services. This role has the potential for growth and career development and the successful person will have the opportunity to make the role their own.
Visit our website for more information: www.npywc.org.au/jobs/
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The Youth Team is hiring! Passionate about supporting young people to reach their full potential? We now have two opportunities for Youth Development Officers to join our Amata and Fregon program.
This is a unique chance to work alongside community to develop and deliver an educational, creative and supportive youth program.

To apply, or find out more information, please go to our website www.npywc.org.au/jobs/
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4 weeks ago

NPY Women's Council

Do you know someone who gets a bit sulky? Our Pitjantjatjara phrase of the week is just for them!

Mulyara-mulyara or mulyararinyi means 'sulky' or 'sulking 😒
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1 month ago

NPY Women's Council

Are you an introvert content with your own company?
In Pitjantjatjara, you might be referred as kutju nyinapai, which means 'often alone or independent'.
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1 month ago

NPY Women's Council

We are hiring! We are looking for a number of Case Managers to join the IFSS team. In these roles you will work with families and children (aged 0-12) in various communities across the APY Lands in a range of key areas; parental supervision, education, health needs, physical needs and emotional and development needs. This is an extraordinary opportunity to learn about yourself, another culture and grow professionally at the same time.

To find out more visit our website: www.npywc.org.au/case-manager-intensive-family-support-program/
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1 month ago

NPY Women's Council

Are you edgy, jumpy, or nervous? In Pitjantjatjara, you would be called uruly-urulypa.

Another great illustration by Joshua Santospirito (arrr!)
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2 months ago

NPY Women's Council

We are hiring! We are looking for someone who has experience in Human Resources and has an interest in community services. This role has the potential for growth and career development and the successful person will have the opportunity to make the role their own.
Visit our website for more information www.npywc.org.au/hr-assistant/
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2 months ago

NPY Women's Council

Our weekly Pitjantjatjara words are based on our 'words for feelings' flash cards, which are a tool to help improve communication between Anangu and health professionals. Finding the right words for your feelings makes you stronger and can help you ask for the help you need.

The cards were developed by our Uti Kulintjaku program. In Pitjantjatjara, Uti Kulintjaku means 'to think and understand clearly'.

Today's phrase is kulintja kura, which refers to having negative thoughts.
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2 months ago

NPY Women's Council

We are hiring! We have an exciting opportunity for a Case Worker to participate in community development and engagement in Domestic and Family Violence programs whilst maintaining a caseload of clients. The role will be split between working out in the communities and at the central Head Office in Alice Springs. Visit our website to find out more.
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2 months ago

NPY Women's Council

Did you get enough sleep on the weekend? If you have insomnia or are unable to get to sleep this is called 'putu kunkunaripai' or 'putu kunkunarinyi' in Pitjantjatjara 😫 ... See MoreSee Less

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