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Every role in the community sector contributes to achieving improved social outcomes for people who face disadvantages and for all Canberrans. But did you know how diverse and varied roles in the community sector can be?
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Be inspired and informed about the huge variety of roles that make up the ACT community sector workforce.

A career in the ACT community sector enables you to live your values through your work every day.

Check out the types of roles, see what inspires you and identify the skills you need to secure your next job in the community sector, where you can make a difference.

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Liaison Officer

ALOs work in a variety of sectors including our community legal, domestic, and family violence, housing and homelessness, health and disability services. These roles focus on ensuring that community services are culturally safe and accessible for First Nations peoples and raise awareness of the issues impacting Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples within the organisation. A commitment to social justice is critical and these roles present opportunities for demonstrating and developing experience in community education and development, facilitating workshops, understanding of human rights and advocacy.

These roles are often ‘identified’ roles meaning that it is a genuine occupational qualification to be Aboriginal for the position.