Youth Worker – 3 Positions
NW Coast (Pataway / Burnie or Limilinaturi / Devonport), Launceston, and Nipaluna / Hobart Salary range $78,000 - $94,000 depending on skill and experience. 14% superannuation and salary sacrifice available.
We are looking for 3 Aboriginal people with experience in youth work to join our teams around the State. Both group work and work with individuals is required. Must have cultural knowledge and ability to guide and motivate young ...
Office Coordinator in Nipaluna / Hobart
Permanent Full Time 14% superannuation, salary sacrifice + great working conditions
Do you have great customer service skills and a commitment to working for the benefit of the Tasmanian community? We offer an exciting role in a growing organisation that offers a wide range of services and programs to the Tasmanian Aboriginal Community.
From health care to land management, from community support to childcare services, the TAC has been leading the way for ...
milaythina nayri, January 2024
Milaythina Nayri / Healthy CountryThis newsletter highlights the efforts and some of the achievements of our Pakana Rangers, who are restoring the health of Country.
In this issue: Land Management Yula Monitoring Tayaritja Milaythina Muka IPA
Download and read the newsletter. Land Management Update January 2024 Download
Join us for our Invasion Day marches and rallies across Lutruwita in 2024 and support the campaign to Change the Date!
Nipaluna / Hobart
Street March11:15 am - Depart TAC (198 Elizabeth Street)Rally12:00 pm - at Parliament Lawns
Limilinaturi / Devonport
Street March11:30 am - Depart Tulaminikali Health Service (106 Best Street)Rally12:00 pm - in Market Square (behind Paranaple Centre)
Join us for our annual event at Putalina (Oyster Cove) in 2024! With an amazing lineup of music, entertainment, and activities for all! Please contact your local Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre on 1800 132 260 for more information!
The Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre's annual report for the financial year 2022 - 2023 can be viewed via the link below.
The annual report shares the achievements of all the services and programs the TAC provides.
TAC Annual Report 2022-23.PDF
Our oceans to the north, east and south of Lutruwita are already at above average water temperatures and are in a global warming hotspot. The marine heatwave forecast is severe and expected to persist throughout spring and summer. Check out the video below to see what the TAC is doing to tackle this issue and for some tips on how you can help.
Stand up for our land rights!
Join us and find out why the government's proposed amendments to the Aboriginal Lands Act are reprehensible.
1 pmThursday, 14 September 2023Parliament Lawns, Nipaluna/Hobart
Tanya Harper policy officer Closing the Gap at the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre. Picture: Nikki Davis-Jones
On the face of it, Tasmania is doing better at closing the gap than almost any other jurisdiction in Australia.
According to the state’s latest Closing the Gap Annual Report 2021–22, Tasmania is “predominantly performing above the national average against 13 targets,” out of a total of 17.
Tasmania has already met two of the targets: increase the proportion of children enrolled in early childhood education to 95 per ...
The Tasmanian government is hell-bent on removing any power we have over our land and our identity.
The Aboriginal Lands Act was passed in 1995, and the premier of the day, Ray Groom, returned 12 sites - equating to 3800 hectares - to the Aboriginal community.
Ray Groom gave a powerful speech in Parliament about the purpose of the Aboriginal Lands Act. He championed for an Aboriginal Lands Act that:
Has responsibility for its own board policy decisions.Is free to operate at arm's length ...