About this opportunity
This well regarded not for profit organisation is looking for someone who is energetic and with good basic cooking skills to support the work of their weekly Aboriginal Mothers Group program.
About the program: An early intervention program that provides young Indigenous Mothers and their children with parenting and other life skills. You will work with people who are passionate about changing the lives of Aboriginal children and their families.
- prepare morning tea
- cook simple, nutritious lunch for group members
- clean up the kitchen and group meeting area.
There are up to 10 people including children in the group. All food is ordered in, no shopping required. This role would be suitable for a student or older person who is physically fit and speaks communicable English.
- Very interesting place to work in and the work is very valued.
- Rewarding working environment in a community organisation which brings together highly committed Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal professionals and experts in the field of psychiatry, psychology, social work, etc.
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Speak/write communicable English.
9am- 2pm, Tuesdays (room for a little flexibility)Interested in
- Food Preparation and Service