VAEAI Positions Vacant

Metropolitan Wurreker Broker 

VAEAI is the peak body for Koorie education and training in Victoria, providing policy advice to the State Government. VAEAI is a state-wide community-based organisation comprised of 30 Local Aboriginal Education Consultative Groups (LAECGs), across eight regions in Victoria.

VAEAI in partnership with the Koorie Outcomes Division, Department of Education and Training, is responsible for the delivery of the Wurreker Strategy (launched in 2001) to enhance education and training opportunities and create real pathways to employment for Koorie people through TAFE, Learn Local and other Registered Training Organisations (RTOs).

The Wurreker Strategy ensures that training is consistent with Koorie community identified needs, links training to employment opportunities and empowers LAECGs and Koorie people in the planning and endorsement of training available through post-compulsory education providers.

In 2016 Marrung – Aboriginal Education Plan 2016 – 2026 was launched setting out a blueprint for Koorie learners across the life course, from early childhood through to schooling, and vocational education and training (including higher education).

The Wurreker Strategy continues to be a key enabling Koorie strategy for the Government to deliver on its education and training agenda (The Education State), Marrung and Skills First, specifically the goals relating to the vocational education and training sector (VET).

The Metropolitan Wurreker Broker position focuses on the ongoing functions and operations of the Wurreker Strategy in Metropolitan Melbourne.

The Wurreker Broker will be based at the VAEAI Office, 144 Westbourne Grove Northcote


Click Here for a copy of the position description and submit your application along with your address to the key selection criteria to:

Applications Close Monday, 10th of June 2019 

Please contact Anjee-lee Bamblett on 03 9481 0800 for further information

Only Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people are eligible to apply
An exemption has been granted under Section 83 of the Equal Opportunity Act 1995 (A64/2001)