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Financial Capability & Nils Officer

Scout Talent - Alice Springs, NT

Voluntary, Charity & Social Work
Source: uWorkin


  • Are you passionate about supporting Aboriginal People to improve their financial and social wellbeing?
  • Join a dedicated not-for-profit and act as a first point of contact to provide financial support and education
  • Enjoy a salary circa $62,875 plus super, relocation assistance, 7 weeks leave & attractive salary sacrifice options!
  • Work in the dynamic outback town of Alice Springs with significant travel to stunning Indigenous communities

About MoneyMob Talkabout

MoneyMob Talkabout is a not-for-profit organisation currently undergoing a period of unprecedented growth, both in size and opportunity, supported by their dedication to delivering a range of financial and community support programs with and for people in remote Indigenous communities.

Their Money Hub in the APY Lands, which has operated since 2012, provides a one-stop shop for local community members to interact with the broader economy in a safe and supportive environment. Teams also visit other communities in South Australia from Pipalyatjara to Indulkana providing services on an outreach basis.

MoneyMob Talkabout is also actively committed to being an Aboriginal run and led service.

Please note: Applicants of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent are strongly encouraged to apply.

About the Opportunity

Due to a period of rapid growth, MoneyMob Talkabout now has an opportunity for a Financial Capability and NILS Officer to join their team, based in Alice Springs, NT on a full-time fixed term contract to 30 June 2023, with 2 weeks outreach travel per month to various communities within the APY Lands.

Reporting to the Financial Capability Team Leader, you will be responsible for empowering clients, through support and education, to develop long-term skills, knowledge and behaviour to better manage money and make good financial decisions.

Your day to day duties will include, but will not be limited to:

  • Performing a varied range of financial education activities to empower and support clients, including assistance with super, banking forms, tax file declarations etc.;
  • Supporting clients to apply for safe credit NILS (no interest) loans;
  • Organising and running special projects and events;
  • Supporting the financial counselling team as a first point of contact and with the wrap around service;
  • Supporting advocacy for better financial systems, processes and products for Aboriginal people.

To view the full position description, please click here.

About You

To be considered for this position you will need to be a community minded individual who ideally possesses a Certificate III in Community Services or another closely related qualification.

Furthermore, you will have demonstrated experience working in a community service based role, with experience working with Indigenous or immigrant communities an advantage. As a key part of your role is in community education, you must also have strong literacy and numeracy skills, and an ability to engage with local communities, to foster greater service participation.

As a professional, your ability to ensure client confidentiality, and maintain a level of self-motivation and discipline necessary to handle the challenges of working and living in remote communities, will be key to your success.

Most importantly, you'll be highly empathetic and culturally competent; able to understand the needs and concerns of the communities you work with. You'll have the communication and interpersonal skills needed to navigate complex situations and adapt your approach to each individual.

You will bring an open-minded, community-focused approach to service delivery, with an ability to adapt to any changes or unforeseen issues that may occur.

You'll also need a competent level of computer literacy skills.

Please Note: This position requires frequent travel via 4WD vehicle from Alice Springs to APY lands, spending two weeks out of every month away from home. To be eligible for consideration, you must hold a current manual Driver's License. 4WD training will be provided for the successful candidate to be able to drive 4WD vehicles independently on remote roads. Employment will also be subject to a National Police Clearance and Working with Children check.

About the Benefits

This is an incredible opportunity to support a better future for some of the most remote communities in Australia, within a passionate not-for-profit organisation.

Importantly, you'll be a key link between the organisation and the Indigenous Community, helping progress MoneyMob Talkabout's vision towards becoming a service that is Aboriginal run and led.

In return for your hard work and dedication, you will receive an attractive remuneration circa $62,875 plus super and salary sacrificing options, and a GREAT range of additional benefits to help you enjoy life within the local community including:

  • Relocation Assistance;
  • 7 weeks annual leave;
  • Employee Assistance Program;
  • $500 annual wellbeing payment;
  • 5 day mandated annual breaks (mini-break);
  • Training/education opportunities; and
  • External professional supervision and support if needed.

You will also be welcomed into a friendly and passionate team, with comprehensive support from colleagues and management, and ongoing opportunities for career development and advancement.

Alice Springs and the APY Lands

Although traditionally regarded as a small, dusty town with a few rustic buildings, Alice Springs today offers all of the shopping, sight-seeing and entertainment facilities of a modern urban town, and is home to a thriving arts community and a wealth of adventure opportunities. In addition to its rich history and diverse cultural heritage, you can explore the local sports teams, photography, camping, hiking, motor sports, desert-racing and more, whilst benefiting from the relaxed country atmosphere, fantastic weather and internationally-renowned environment.

The Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yunkunytjatjara (APY) Lands covers over 103,000 square kilometres of remote South Australia, near the tri-state border. Home to around 3000 people of Aboriginal descent over seven main communities and seventeen homelands, the land was returned to the traditional owners in 1981.The area itself is a vital part of Aboriginal desert culture, with many people there identifying the history and basic laws of human existence as largely being written in the land.

To play an important community facing role within an expanding organisation dedicated to indigenous empowerment - Apply Now!

Alice Springs, NT

Voluntary, Charity & Social Work


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