MALLEE ABORIGINAL EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM

MDAS believes that work should be accessible and culturally safe for everyone and that, through work, we contribute to our own wellbeing and that of our community.


Mallee Aboriginal Employment Program (MAEP) is MDAS’ commitment to finding sustainable employment opportunities for our community.

MAEP supports people who are unemployed, including candidates who experience multiple barriers to finding employment (for example, drug and alcohol issues, mental and physical health issues, family violence and a lack of literacy and numeracy).


MAEP offers intensive assistance and the opportunity to be linked into a holistic range of services to increase the likelihood of a successful transition from unemployment to long-term sustainable work.

MAEP is in support of the Commonwealth Government’s national priority to reduce the employment gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people. 

It recognises the importance of work for individual and community well-being.

Get in touch with the MAEP Program here, or contact us through the MDAS Human Resources Team.
MALLEE DISTRICT ABORIGINAL SERVICES  “Our Vision: "Self-determined, healthy, robust and culturally strong Aboriginal communities across the Mallee region."
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