Do you want to make a real contribution to the success of our country and the everyday lives of Indigenous Australians?
Aboriginal Hostels Limited (AHL) provides and facilitates safe, culturally appropriate and affordable accommodation for Indigenous Australians who must live away from home to access services and economic opportunity.
AHL’s key vision is to improve Indigenous quality of life through the delivery of accommodation and wrap-around support services that give clients access to education, employment, health and other services. It does this informed by values of:
- communication (listening to communities and planning with them to achieve quality outcomes for Indigenous Australians)
- access (giving Indigenous Australians access to services to enhance their life quality)
- responsiveness (seeking to understand and respond to Indigenous individual and community needs)
- equity (giving Indigenous Australians a fair and reasonable opportunity to reach life goals
- efficiency (delivering quality accommodation outcomes at an affordable cost)
- results (seeking the best results for our clients).
A diverse and inclusive workplace and attractive remuneration packages, including generous employer superannuation contributions, currently at 15.4% and Salary Packaging Program, including up to $15,900 per FBT Year for rent or mortgage payments.
Fulfilling work providing or facilitating accommodation services that are operational 24/7, seven days per week for Indigenous Australians who must live away from home to access services and economic opportunity.
Please click on the vacancy tab below for the position(s) that you are interested in. This will take you to another page providing you further information about the position(s) including eligibility requirements. You will be required to complete an Application Pack and submit it along with your Resume to be considered for any the below vacancies at AHL.
|Vacancy||Closing Date||Vacancy Location||AHL's Regional Network|
|Rehabilitation Case Manager - APS 6||Wednesday 25 May 2016||National Office||Canberra, ACT
|Hostel and Assistant Hostel Manager||Monday 30 May 2016||Darwin, Katherine, Nhulunbuy||Top End Australia
(Darwin, Katherine, Kununurra, Nhulunbuy, Wadeye)
(Brisbane, Cairns, Mackay, Mount Isa, Rockhampton, Thursday Island, Townsville)
|South Eastern Australia
(Dubbo, Melbourne, Newcastle, Sydney, Tamworth)
|Southern Central Australia
(Adelaide, Alice Springs, Tennant Creek)
(Broome, Derby, Kalgoorlie, Perth, Port Hedland)
Non-ongoing and Casual
ACT / NSW / NT / QLD / WA / SA / VIC
The temporary employment register is open for candidates to register an expression of interest (EOI) for employment with AHL in the National Office and in the Regional Network. AHL may offer from time to time non-ongoing or casual employment opportunities across Australia.
For further information and please click Temporary Employment Register
If you have any questions concerning employment in AHL, please contact the AHL Recruitment Team on (02) 6212 2079 or Recruitment@ahl.gov.au
Each year AHL provides more than 460,000 beds to people living away from home. We provide three meals a day to most of our customers and ensure that they make contact with or are engaged with the services they need.
AHL operates more than 50 hostels across Australia, offering more than 2,000 beds to Indigenous Australians each night of the year in urban, regional and remote areas.
Our hostels offer safe, secure and affordable accommodation where positive behavior in a social and learning environment is encouraged.
After forty years of service, the company maintains its commitment to delivering short term accommodation to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who need to be away from their country to access services and economic opportunity.
Our hostels are like a home away from home, so whatever your reason for staying with us – visiting friends, cultural business, studying, working or attending community events – you’ll always feel welcome.Find a place to stay