Marrung-Ta Indigenous Employment and Training

342 Hunter St,
Newcastle 2300
Tracey Skene
0474 106 537

Marrung-pa's ultimate aim is to secure long-term, fruitful employment for our Indigenous candidates. You will find Ma-Parrung is committed, dedicated and determined. Marrung-Pa meaning: "Good Place" in Gathang Lingo and Wonnarua Language.

Marrung-pa begins the employment journey with an in-depth analysis of the candidates own personal purpose and wishes. We believe that this identification process is integral to the success of our business and the long-term employment of our people.

Our aim is to build rewarding relationships between the employee and employer by ensuring that, from the very beginning of the process the employee is:

  • committed to the industry and career path
  • dedicated to the employer
  • understands the employer's aims and objectives.

Marrung-pa utilises an all-inclusive approach to identifying and servicing the training and employment needs of our candidates.

All candidates undergo basic skills testing and a skill set deficiency identification process prior to training. This is to make sure that once a candidate enters a training program or employment, they are sufficiently capable of performing the task required.

Our Indigenous team are passionate and experts in the cultural challenges of our Indigenous candidates and we boast strong strategic alliances with many providers to the Indigenous community including trainers, land councils, schools and local communities.

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