Regional Aboriginal Housing Committee members EOI now live

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It is an exciting time to be a part of the AHO!

Positions are now available for people with a passion and genuine commitment to supporting the AHO’s commitment to providing equal access to and choice in affordable housing, by placing Aboriginal culture at the centre of everything we do.

If you are interested in becoming a Regional Aboriginal Housing Committee (RAHC) member please see Role Description and EOI application below.

For further information or enquiries contact Nezmia Hay on (02) 8836 0020 or via email: [email protected] 

Role Description

EOI Application

To apply: Forward your expression of interest and any supporting documentation to: Attn: Mick Higgins Director Housing and Client Services 

Email: [email protected] Closing date: COB Friday 06 October 2023

RAHC member, Cory Paulson (pictured below), talks about the experience of being on the Committee. “Being a part of the RAHC is an opportunity to share the views of your people from your community. AHO will empower you with the knowledge and resources to bring back to community that you live and work in.”

Thinking of applying? Cory advises, “Please apply, the benefit of being at the table to provide real advice that influences the AHO’s direction is what is needed.”

“Network knowledge of the AHO is what will help us as a committee,” Cory states that the best part of being involved in the RAHCs. “To advocate for your people, your community, and our region provides the AHO perspective to influence the greater conversation.”

RAHC Member


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We acknowledge the traditional owners and custodians of the land on which we work and pay our respects to the Elders, both past and present.

Apology to the Stolen Generations