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Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Employment and Development

The University of South Australia has a long-standing aim that at least 2% of its workforce will be Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. This workforce participation target is guided by an array of policies and strategies and a rolling employment strategy; Yaitya Warpulai Tappa (Indigenous Work Path).

On this page, you will find information about UniSA’s approach to improving employment opportunities, to supporting professional development for our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff and to creating a culturally safe and supportive workplace environment guided by the University’s Reconciliation Action Plan.

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Employment and Development Consultant, based in the Human Resources Unit, plays a vital role in advancing Yaitya Warpulai Tappa.

Employment  Support for staff  Cultural Awareness and symbolism   
Employment
Support for staff
Cultural Awareness and symbolism
Reconciliation  Other useful links and information 





















Indigenous Employment brochure (pdf 1.82mb)
 
Reconciliation Other useful links & information  

Artwork (top left):
Meeting Place by Samantha Snow
University of South Australia Art Collection © the artist 2012
Artwork (bottom left):
Spirit of the Campus by Rikurani
University of South Australia Art Collection © the artist 2013

 

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