Join Our Team

 

We are proud of our team and love to hear from individuals who share our values and whose experience can contribute to the important work we do - see our program areas.

If this is you, get in touch with us via careers@auroraproject.com.au.

Aurora is committed to growing and developing a talented and versatile Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workforce across its organisation, in a wide range of roles, and at all levels - from trainees to executives.

We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Five Key Reasons to Work with Us

You’ll make a difference

Be part of our positive change to create a society where Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people have the same educational opportunities as all Australians. We know that our programs have a systemic impact.

You’ll learn

We are constantly striving for excellence, looking at the latest research and punching above our weight. This means we are all learning and growing.

We stand out

Our programs have been described by independent evaluators as unique and our results incredible. We have the courage to look at issues from alternative perspectives and tackle them differently.

We’re dynamic

We work hard yet our work environment is relaxed, friendly and supportive. We are all here for the same reason and work together to achieve outcomes for our stakeholders. We all enjoy our regular staff development meetings, celebrations of key events and our Wednesday updates.

We live our values

Our work is guided by our values:  respect allows to collaborate meaningfully and authentically which leads us to be accountable for what we do which in turn enables us to make an impact.

Current Opportunities

High School Program Mentor

Are you passionate about education for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students?  Are you looking for casual work in 2020?  We are looking for mentors for our High School Program in Perth, Bunbury and Sydney. These are identified roles.

Head of Development

This is your chance to make a real difference to the landscape of education for Indigenous Australians and transform lives through an investment in potential and life-long learning.

If you are interested in this role, please contact Richard Green at NGO Recruitment on 02 8243 0570. 

Internships Support Officer

This is a newly-created role supporting the continued success of our well-established Internships Program.  You will work on a range of admin activities, liaise with our interns and Host organisations and be part of our awesome team.   This is an identified role.

Volunteer with Us

We are always interested in connecting with people who want to contribute to our work in different ways, such as:

  • Volunteers help offer invaluable help with research activities, administrative tasks, on our academic camps and in our outreach programs
  • Interns help us with a meaningful contribution to our programs or operations and in return gain useful work experience in an area that really matters in Australia
  • High school students can participate in work experience opportunities with us to gain more insight into their career interests.

If you are interested in working with us in one of these capacities, please email us.