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Karijini Visitor Centre Assistant

Are you interested in working on country? The Karijini Visitor Centre is currently seeking a Visitor Centre Assistant. Accommodation can be provided for candidates as needed. Alternatively, for local candidates who can commute to and from the visitor center, a travel allowance is available.

MIB Projects - Work Readiness Program

MIB Projects is inviting Banjima people to join their mining work readiness program. Participants will receive training on various mining machinery and be provided with the opportunity to acquire a HR license.

To participate, candidates must hold a C class drivers’ licence, successfully pass a drug and alcohol screening, and demonstrate a strong desire to enter the mining industry.

For more information and to apply, please contact Chris at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Perth Football Club - Casual Bar Staff

Perth Football Club is currently seeking Banjima individuals with an RSA (Responsible Service of Alcohol) to join their team for casual bar work in the Perth Metropolitan area. To enquire, please reach out to Jill Green by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

If you do not have an RSA, you can find more information here:


Russell Woolf Memorial Scholarship - Graduate Diploma of Broadcasting

Edith Cowan University Invites Applications for the $10,000 Russell Woolf Memorial Scholarship
Edith Cowan University (ECU) has proudly announced the opening of applications for the Russell Woolf Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship, valued at $10,000, is tailored for individuals from Indigenous or Torres Strait Islander backgrounds, as well as those from marginalised groups, admitted to the highly acclaimed Graduate Diploma of Broadcasting.
The scholarship, in honour of the late Russell Woolf, seeks to amplify diverse voices within the media industry. Russell Woolf, celebrated for his illustrious career in media, notably at the Australia Broadcasting Corporation, left an indelible mark on the industry.
“Russell cared deeply about encouraging diverse voices, especially from First Nations’ backgrounds. His family and I are thrilled to offer someone else the opportunity to enter the industry he loved,” Russell’s wife Kylie Ashenbrenner said.
 "Russell completed a previous version of our programme when he was a mature aged student,” Course Coordinator Andrea Burns said.
“Each year he would come back and speak to the students. Russell always emphasised the privilege of being a broadcaster," she recalled.
"The Russell Woolf Memorial Scholarship embodies our commitment to fostering diversity in the media landscape," remarked Burns. “Current world events reinforce the need for a strong media. We’re looking for applicants who share our dedication to amplifying diverse narratives."
Prospective applicants for the Russell Woolf Memorial Scholarship can apply here:
 For more information, feel free to get in touch with me This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 0409 996 113

Flinders University Indigenous Commerce Scholarship

The scholarship will assist Indigenous students studying the Bachelor of Business, Business Economics or Commerce at Flinders University.