Coordinator, Children's Services Delivery - Nyirippi

 Who are we?

We are passionate about empowering our communities, we want to make a difference and as a team we work together with a strategy of ‘Two Ways – One Outcome’. 

Our goal is to foster quality living, and develop sustainable communities with strong local involvement and employment. 

We want proud communities, strong communities, and connected communities!

The role

The Coordinator, Children’s Services Delivery is responsible for providing quality support services for Children’s Services in accordance with Central Desert Regional Council strategic and regional plans, policies, procedures and relevant legislation and National Quality Framework and Standards.

Full Time - End Date 30 June 2025 (extension subject to government funding).

What’s on offer?

  • Total remuneration package of $87,597.82 salary ($77,851.42)

  • 6 weeks of annual leave

  • 4 additional leave days

  • 17.5% leave loading

  • Relocation benefits available

  • 10.5% superannuation

  • Additional remote location allowance of $3,000 per annum.

  • Subsided accommodation at $25.00 per week plus utilities.

Living in the Community:

  • Remote allowance of $3,000 per annum;

  • Remote allowance tax deduction;

  • Subsided housing from $25 per week;

  • 8am-4.36pm job impacting lives;

  • Flexibility to live your life;

  • Rewarding Work in Remote Aboriginal Community of Northern Territory. 


1. Supervise, oversee and administer professional services to Children’s Services clients.

2. Provide quality service delivery across multiple sites, ensuring services are delivered as per agreed standards and KPls.

3. Ensure compliance with relevant policy, funding agreements and legislation.

4. Supervise, coach and mentor the team and drive team practices to deliver quality services, ensuring that Council policy and WHS 

obligations are applied.

5. Provide frequent, comprehensive verbal and written reports on the daily operations of site and program delivery.

6. Make informed recommendations on program directions and outcomes to the Manager.

7. Ensure all equipment and resources are used, maintained and cleaned appropriately.

8. Coordinate materials and resources across multiple locations, ensuring procurement guidelines are met.

9. Develop and implement program activities and ensure consistent program delivery across multiple sites.

10. Be engaged in an effective and proactive health, safety and wellbeing culture.

11. Any other reasonable duties delegated by the Manager which are within level.



1. Diploma or Advanced Diploma (or current enrolment) in related discipline and/or substantial relevant experience.

2. Sound knowledge of the National Quality Framework and Standards.

3. Demonstrated experience in planning and delivering childcare programs.

4. Demonstrated ability to plan program activities including accurately allocating time, budget and resources.

5. Demonstrated ability to work within legislative frameworks.

6. Demonstrated ability to provide accurate and timely reports on services and activities.

7. Ability to supervise, coach and develop employees from a range of cultural backgrounds.

8. Knowledge of Work Health and Safety requirements, specifically as they relate to a childcare service.

9. First Aid Certification or willingness to complete upon commencement.

10. An awareness of the socio-economic factors affecting Aboriginal people in remote locations. 

11. Current Class C Licence.

12. Ochre Card

Are you our next Coordinator, Children's Services?

To apply

To apply for this position, please download the Position Description to address the selection criteria (no more than 2 pages) and email along with your resume to

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

Please note:

Applications submitted by other methods will not be considered.

To be considered, please email a copy of your cover letter addressing the Selection Criteria in the attached Position description.

Position open until filled.

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