Aboriginal Housing Office Careers


The Aboriginal Housing Office provides a unique and exciting environment to develop your career and we are always looking for talented staff dedicated to improving the lives of Aboriginal people in NSW. We will be showcasing job opportunities on this page regularly.  


Current Vacancies


Senior Communications Officer (Identified) - Closing Date: 25/04/2022 - 11:55 PM

Ongoing, full-time opportunity based in Parramatta (flexible and hybrid working model negotiable)

Our Aboriginal Housing Office team are currently seeking to appoint a Senior Communications Officer (Identified) to drive the Department’s policy priorities through engagement and communication strategies. The Senior Communications Officer will support the Department’s reputation through effectively informing the community on AHO initiatives and projects.

This is an Aboriginal Identified role where Aboriginal identity, cultural knowledge or connections are a genuine aspect of the role. Positions are specifically noted under the provisions of the NSW Anti-discrimination Act (1977).

Learn more about the role and apply at the I work for NSW Website

For more information contact Hiring Manager Leanne Thompson [email protected]


Senior People Partner - Closing date: 26/06/2022 - 11:55 PM

Temporary full-time opportunity available until 30 June 2023

At the Department of Planning and Environment we have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Senior HR professional to join a dedicated and highly regarded team within the Aboriginal Housing Office (AHO) division.

In your new role as Senior People Partner, you will work with the Manager People, Strategy and Development, to provide expert strategic and operational HR advice and guidance to the Aboriginal Housing Office. You will implement new initiatives to effectively manage people and provide end to end advice on key HR change initiatives that impact business outcomes.

Your stakeholder engagement experience will be instrumental in this role, and your strong ‘can-do’ approach will assist you in building relationships with your client group. Your collaborative and consultative approach, ability to build credibility and trust with your clients and peers, coupled with your proven track record as a HR professional will be the key to your success in this role. You pride yourself on your positive attitude.

You will be part of a, people focussed, innovative and fun team of people and culture professionals.

Learn more about the role and apply at the I work for NSW Website

For more information contact Hiring Manager Tony Lloyd [email protected]


Learn more about our work


The AHO's ten year plan to improve the well-being of NSW Aboriginal families and communities through housing is called Strong Family, Strong Communities.

Learn more about Strong Family, Strong Communities here.


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