SCIC “Structural and Cladding Indigenous Corporation” are passionate about creating sustainable and prosperous opportunities throughout the current works in the NT throughout Indigenous communities for Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islanders.
“With A Target To building valuable relationships along the way Working Together As One.”
SCIC are committed to the Northern Territory, the Indigenous communities throughout Northern Australia and its Indigenous heritage, history and population. We recognize that the future of the industry will rely on developing potential candidates from the untapped resources from our Indigenous communities and have registered an Indigenous Participation Plan under the Federal Indigenous Opportunities Policy to support this commitment. This is part of the federal governments Indigenous Opportunities Policy initiative to employ more Indigenous where possible. under this current plan, it delivers the initiatives use to increase Indigenous employment on all NT projects.
SCIC are currently proactive in their employment of Indigenous workers, with success in many of the Indigenous communities in which we have worked such as Nhulunbuy, Wadeye, Melville Island, Elcho Island, Oenpelli, Ramingining, Milingimbi, Maningrida, Galiwinku, Katherine, Kununurra, Tennant Creek, Darwin.
SCIC has made it a major focus to offer training opportunities to the younger Territorians by providing several work experience places by employing 6 to 10 apprentices each year as fabrication apprentices and roof plumbing apprentices As we sign off apprentices, we replace them with new Talent That Is Willing to learn And Work as a team.
“SCIC aims for a minimum of 50% and up to 80% Indigenous Participation on all of our projects.”
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