ABORIGINAL / TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER
Alliance Network in Western Australia
Moorditj Danjoo - stronger together, is an alliance network Employment Program for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander communities in Western Australia.
OCC Services WA is committed to providing a supportive and sustainable employment model that truly demonstrates the long-term value of employing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Our engagement approach benefits the individuals, as well as the employing entity, and truly values a step change for those we represent.
The Employment Program offers on-going support, mentoring, ensuring candidates are Work, Job, and Life ready. Career opportunities in Construction, Mining, Hospitality and Business.
Who can apply?
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people that are 18+ years.
We strongly encourage mature-age candidates to apply.
More information / questions:
Contact Carmen Taylor, Program Lead / Mentor
We acknowledge the Traditional Owners
of country throughout Australia and recognise their continuing connection
to land, waters and culture.
We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.
Over the past 2 years, I’ve been
closely involved & working collaboratively
with OCC Services WA in my role as
Program Cultural Advisor & Community
Elder. My aim is to provide cultural
guidance & “cultural due diligence” encompassing all cultural requisite aspects to build capacity for OCC Services WA in their provisions of meeting and providing cultural security & cultural safety to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community and customers. OCC WA Labour Services are extremely passionate about promoting Socially Inclusive & Diverse Indigenous Workforce, in their provision of supplying quality Indigenous Trainees, Apprentices, Tradespersons and Employees to a wide variety of industry sectors.
I wholeheartedly endorse, support Josh Kennedy, Anthony Rock, & our alliance network Moorditj Danjoo – stronger together. We look forward to creating sustainable outcomes throughout our Employment Program & into the future.
TIM HARRIS - Wadandi/Nyoongar Community Elder