We are out of office this week as NPYWC staff and members head out bush for our AGM. We will be voting in a new board….stay tuned!! We might be slow in responding to our emails but we will be back with new #direction and #inspiration 🌅🏕🌠
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Atunypa Wiru Minyma Uwankaraku (Good protection for all women). Our Domestic & Family Violence Service (DFVS) is currently recruiting for a SPECIALIST CASE WORKER and SENIOR PROJECT OFFICER. The DFVS support Aboriginal women and children living in the NPY region overcome cycles of violence. This is a great opportunity to make a real impact alongside a dedicated, skilled and supportive team. Find out more: www.npywc.org.au/jobs/... See MoreSee Less
YOUNG WOMEN’S MEETING!!! NPY Women’s Council’s Youth Team will hold a special Young Women’s Meeting as a part of the NPYWC AGM 17th & 18th September 2019 at Ngurupila (Three Ways). The Young Women’s Meeting helps young women from the NPY Lands talk about their challenges & goals. If you want to come to the meeting you can speak to your Youth Worker or call NPYWC on 8958 2345. ... See MoreSee Less
NEW NPY WOMEN’S COUNCIL CEO ANNOUNCED. The NPYWC Board of Directors are pleased to announce Liza Balmer as their new Chief Executive Officer. Liza Balmer has been NPYWC’s Acting Chief Executive Officer, and has held the position of NPYWC’s Deputy CEO for ten years. Liza has worked with NPYWC for more than 20 years beginning with her foundation work on the award-winning Child Nutrition Program. Her career has included over 25 years of research, policy and experience in service delivery. Find out more here: www.npywc.org.au/news/new-npy-womens-council-ceo-announced/... See MoreSee Less
Excited & proud to see Tjanpi Desert Weavers at Desert Mob. Tjanpi Desert Weavers is a social enterprise of NPY Women’s Council, supporting women in the NPY lands to earn their own income from fibre art. 😍The official opening of Desert Mob 2019 kicks off at 5:30pm tonight at Araluen Arts Centre! We have an incredible selection of minyma (woman) sculptures in the exhibition. Venita Lionel is pictured here holding the minyma she created during an intergenerational skills sharing workshop with senior Tjanpi artists including her mother Rachel Lionel and aunty Lynette Lewis. Don't forget to come along to the Marketplace on Saturday 7 Sept too! Doors open 10am - 2pm. With a $500 pricing cap the Desert Mob Marketplace is a fantastic opportunity to buy affordable work directly from art centres. __ #tjanpidesertweavers #weaving #aboriginalart #desertmob ... See MoreSee Less
Administration Officer - Now Recruiting! NPY Women’s Council is now recruiting for an Administration Officer to join the People & Workplace Services team. This position will deliver administrative support to NPYWC. Currently, this role is responsible for coordinating travel and accommodation for our staff along with administering our Emergency Relief Grant, a program that helps families in our region with financial assistance in emergency situations. As the team evolves and adapts to new ways of working it will provide growth, career development and the chance to work in a team that values creative thinking, flexibility and wellbeing. This position is based in Alice Springs.
People of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent are strongly encouraged to apply. About the Team: The People and Workplace Services team are responsible for delivering a professional business ...