Careers

We have a broad range of volunteer jobs on offer here at Karralika Programs Inc. See volunteer with us for more information about the volunteer jobs on offer across our programs. If you would like to join the Karralika Programs team as a volunteer please contact admin at info@karralika.org.au or call 02 6185 1300 to register your interest.

Applying for A Job

If you are applying for a job with Karralika Programs you might find the following documents useful

Current Vacancies

Finance Officer

LOCATION: Canberra
APPLICATION CLOSING DATE: 31 October 2021

The Finance Officer role is a full-time position in the Corporate Services team, who deliver high quality services to the organisation including Finance and Payroll, IT, HR, and administrative support.   The aim of Corporate Services is to ensure that systems, policies and procedures, effective communications, training, and other supports are in place to support the provision of high quality and effective service to meet the organisations goals, objectives, and service delivery standards.

The role is responsible for a range of accounting, administrative and house-keeping tasks, with the primary focus on maintaining the organisation’s Trust account including processing Centrelink payments and managing client expenditure. 

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Support Workers

LOCATION: Canberra
APPLICATION CLOSING DATE: 1 November 2021

We are seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced staff to fulfil Support Worker roles as part of our casual pool. Being part of our casual pool not only provides you with a rewarding opportunity but allows you the flexibility to manage your other family, study or work commitments.

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Contact Info

Head Office: Ground Floor 2 Napier Close, Deakin (Corner of Denison Street and Napier Close)

Phone: 1800 152 772

Fax: (02) 6169 3200

Web: Karralika

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