Work with mob in aged care and drug and alcohol rehabilitation

Work with mob to Close the Gap in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.

Pinangba is an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander-led independent business unit of UnitingCare, operating in partnership with Blue Care, to deliver a range of services across Queensland, including aged care, respite, family therapy and drug and alcohol rehabilitation services.

At Pinangba, we have roles available in our small, close-knit Elders villages and drug and alcohol rehabilitation services, supporting our community in Queensland locations from Cherbourg to Thursday Island.

You can work with our mob in:

  • Administration officer jobs.
  • Hospitality jobs.
  • Counsellor jobs.
  • Personal carer jobs.
  • Registered nurse jobs.
  • Clinical lead jobs.
  • Residential service manager jobs.

Be part of an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander-led service built from our cultural identity and strong community relationships and partnerships. Join the Pinangba family today.



View Pinangba jobs

Why work for Pinangba?

Respect

Our culturally informed services progress Self-Determination for First Nations people through holistic care, prioritising social justice to nurture physical, mental and spiritual healing.

Family

Our workplaces are small, with close-knit teams who support and nurture our Elders and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families. In short, we are all family.

Belonging

We are an inclusive workplace and encourage applications from First Nations people, all ages, genders, and cultures, the LGBTI community and people with disability.

Pinangba is part of the Blue Care portfolio. Learn more about employee benefits at Blue Care.

Where we are

Our Elders villages range from 24 to 42 beds, providing a unique experience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health care and culture, with a unique cultural perspective for learning. Our respected alcohol, drugs and family services provide a positive team environment with strong work ethics. Learn more about our services across Queensland.

male and female members of the nyku byun elders village

Ny-Ku Byun Elders Village

Residential aged care with an extended family feel in Cherbourg.

Hollingsworth Elders Village

Culturally supportive and holistic residential aged care in Cairns.

aboriginal women in shallom elders village

Shalom Elders Village

Comfortable, caring and tranquil residential aged care in Townsville.

Star of the Sea Elders Village

Residential aged care located on the edge of beauty on Thursday Island.

two women talking in stagpole

Stagpole Street Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Unit

Residential alcohol and other drug rehabilitation services in Townsville.

Cape York Family Centre

Residential alcohol and other drug rehabilitation services in Cooktown.

Meet some of our family and learn more about their roles

Jane, administration officer

I am a proud Torres Strait Islander woman. I enjoy working in an environment that provides care and support for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders in our community. I gravitated towards this type of work because I was caring for my family at the time and through this experience, I related to the work that Pinangba was delivering.

Kate, hospitality officer

I am a proud Quandamooka woman. I am passionate about looking after our Elders in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community. I love nothing more than developing connections with our elderly residents to understand their dietary needs. It is important to me that our team provides a culturally safe environment for our residents.

Sally, registered nurse

I am a proud Jagera woman. It makes me happy seeing the positive impact I have on the clinical needs of the residents. I can see I make a difference in their lives. I came into health care as a personal carer after caring for my mother. I then decided I wanted to be a Registered Nurse and went on to complete the required study.

Learning and support

  • Through our Indigenous Experience Initiative program, Elders village employees studying a Certificate III in Individual Care; Certificate III in Business Administration; and Certificate IV or Diploma in Nursing, can use their work time to attend study.
  • At our alcohol, drug and family services, employees are provided with training and ongoing learning opportunities, with the ability to use work time for study such as a Certificate IV in AOD and Mental Health, as well as diplomas and graduate certificates.
  • Our managers and clinical leaders are accessible and available to providing coaching and mentoring.
Reconciliation

As part of the UnitingCare family and operated by Blue Care, Pinangba’s vision for Reconciliation is to be culturally responsible and committed to social justice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples.

Enquire now

For jobseekers, please browse our current vacancies or sign up for email alerts. For general enquiries, please complete the form and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

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