Kubi Kubu Burn Workshop - 23 August 2021 - photo credit JENNIFER OLIPHANT

Image: Kabi Kabi Burn Workshop August 2020 – credit Jennifer Oliphant

Firesticks Alliance is a not-for-profit Indigenous Corporation empowering Aboriginal communities across the continent to re-ignite Good Fire. We are a diverse team, working on across many different First Nations of this land.

We are committed to healing Country; this is the incredibly rewarding mission that our team is dedicated to achieving. Join us!

Current vacancies

Please note all applications must be submitted via the platform links below, applications that are sent directly Firesticks employees or Directors will not be considered for review. 

  • Fundraising & Partnerships Coordinator
    The Fundraising & Partnerships Coordinator will be responsible for the day-to-day operational management and implementation of all activities pertaining to partnership development and fundraising for Firesticks. Location Negotiable. Please click on the link above to learn more and apply
  • Program Support Officer
    The Program Support Officer plays a critical role in the Firesticks team by coordinating, supporting and managing the successful development, delivery, evaluation and reporting of Firesticks projects. Location Negotiable. Please click on the link above to learn more and apply
  • Regional Coordinator
    The Regional Coordinator will assist the Regional Fire Practitioners working with the Firesticks core team in supporting Indigenous communities to conduct Indigenous led cultural fire management on Country. Locations available South East Queensland, Southern New South Wales, Tasmania
  • Mentoring Coordinator
    The Mentoring Coordinator will play a key role in the planning and development of learning and development pathways, and the creation of learning programs that supporting employees, members and participating communities in cultural learning that supports the aims and objectives of Firesticks.  Location Negotiable. Please click on the link above to learn more and apply
  • Associate Fire Practitioner
    The role of the Associate Fire Practitioner is to support Indigenous communities to conduct Indigenous led cultural fire management on country, provide support to the Firesticks community and grow a network of professional cultural fire practitioners, mentors and trainers. Must be located in Tasmania. Please click on the link above to learn more and apply

Volunteer with us

Please contact us to find out about volunteer opportunities