Employment Opportunities

How to Apply

If you have interest in working for Julalikari Council Aboriginal Corporation please apply for our vacant positions.

You can download our Job Description or contact Julalikari Council HR Officer on 8962 2699 to speak further about positions advertised. 

email hr@julalikari.com.au with a copy of your resume and covering letter.


Positions Vacant


The primary objective of the Community Engagement Worker is to engage and work alongside families with children 0 - 18 years of age, who need support to meet the developmental, health, safety and educational needs of their child/ren. The Community Engagement Worker...

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NAIDOC week 2020 JCAC community Gathering

Always Was, Always Will Be. Always Was, Always Will Be. recognises that First Nations people have occupied and cared for this continent for over 65,000 years. We are spiritually and culturally connected to this country. This country was criss-crossed by...

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Julalikari Council is seeking skilled, inspired applicants for the position of Playgroup Support Worker. This role is initially offered on a Part-time, 6-month contract, but it is envisaged as a long-term position for the right candidate. The Playgroup Support Worker...

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Julalikari Council is seeking skilled, inspired applicants for Home Interaction Program for Parents and Youngsters (HIPPY) Home Tutors. The role is initially offered on a part-time, six-month contract, but is envisaged as a long-term position for the right candidate....

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Julalikari Council Aboriginal Corporation is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation whose sole purpose is to enhance the employment, wellbeing, resilience and self-reliance of Aboriginal people in the Barkly region. This region has the fourth highest concentration of Aboriginal people in the country.

Julalikari Council has a deep commitment to Aboriginal participation in the design and delivery of its programs and services which has helped the Organisation to become pioneers in the design and delivery of many of our programs which are now adopted by governments and other Aboriginal service providers across Australia.

Our Values

Our Country, to treat one another and others with respect.

Us Mob, to be truthful, honest and ethical in our dealing with each one another and others.

Hold it Strongly, to take responsibility for what we do and the decision we make.

Together We will Build, to speak and act as together hearing all people.

Pathways to Learning, seeing every task as an opportunity to improve what we do.


Head Office

13 Maloney Street,
Tennant Creek NT 0861

Office Hours

Mon - Thurs 8am to 4.30pm
Fri 8am - 3pm


08 8962 2699