Contact is seeking a highly experienced early childhood teacher to work as part of the Contact Children’s Mobile team over the next 12 months with the possibility of ongoing work in the future.
If you are interested, please go to the following website for the position description and details about how to apply.
We look forward to the potential of your application.
On Wednesday March 2nd the Soapy Bore community participated in a Clean Up Australia Day event, with the help of Urapuntja Aboriginal Corporation, Barkly Shire, My Pathways, ALEC and the Contact Mob.
The community were awoken to the sounds of the Saltwater Band blasting from the Contact Children’s Mobile Troop Carrier as Robyn and Olivia from the Contact team, handed out gloves and rubbish bags, and encouraged everyone to get involved in cleaning up their community.
There was great response from Soapy Bore community members, many of who had been very organised with the majority of their rubbish gathered or cleaned up prior to the day.
The real stars of the show however were the children from the Soapy Bore community who did a great job within the community clean up and were very excited to lend a helping hand. After the big Clean Up activities, everyone was treated to a pancake breakfast and community members who had put in that extra effort were acknowledged with special Roo Tail awards. For more photos go to; What New @ CCMS
Contact provides a range of programs, resources, referrals and supports in the community that are helping to address and raise awareness of the impacts of isolation on children, family and community.