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MANAGER > Jilamara Arts And Crafts Association > Milikapiti NT
ARTS COORDINATOR> Jilamara Arts And Crafts Association > Milikapiti NT
JIGALONG SHED MANAGER > Royal Life Saving Society WA > Jigalong WA
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER > Warmun Community (Turkey Creek) Inc > Warmun WA
OFFICE MANAGER > Warmun Community (Turkey Creek) Inc > Warmun WA
ART CENTRE DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
> Indigenous Arts Centre Alliance > Cairns QLD
GOVERNANCE OFFICER > Roper Gulf Regional Council > Katherine NT
RJCP COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ADVISOR
> Ngaanyatjarra Council > Irrunytju (Wingellina) WA
FINANCIAL COUNSELLOR > Ngaanyatjarra Council Aboriginal Corporation > Warakurna WA
CLOSED COMMUNITY SERVICES COORDINATOR > Roper Gulf Regional Council > Bulman NT
CLOSED ASSISTANT MANAGER > Roper Gulf Regional Council > Katherine NT
CLOSED RJCP MANAGERS > Ngaanyatjarra Council > Warburton (Based) WA
CLOSED COMMUNITY SAFETY COORDINATOR > Roper Gulf Regional Council > Numbulwar NT
CLOSED SENIOR CHILDCARE PROJECT OFFICER > Roper Gulf Regional Council > Katherine NT
DEFERRED ADULT EDUCATOR - IT/ADMIN/BUSINESS > Karrayili Adult Education Centre > Fitzroy Crossing WA
CLOSED COMMUNITY COORDINATOR > Canteen Creek Owairtilla Aboriginal Corporation > Canteen Creek NT
POSITION FILLED RJCP OFFICE MANAGER > Ngaanyatjarra Council > Irrunytju (Wingellina) WA
CLOSED COUNCIL SERVICES MANAGER > Roper Gulf Regional Council > Mataranka NT
POSITIONS FILLED HAWK DREAMING WILDERNESS LODGE MANAGERS > Djabulukgu Association > Kakadu NT
POSITION FILLED MENTORING AND STAFF LIAISON OFFICER (TEMP) > MacDonnell Regional Council > Alice Springs (Based) NT
CLOSED CAMPAIGN > COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT OFFICERS > CDO Index
CLOSED YOUTH DEVELOPMENT OFFICER > Shire Of Halls Creek > Halls Creek WA
POSITION FILLED RJCP PROJECT OFFICER > Ngaanyatjarra Council > Tjukurla WA
POSITION FILLED RJCP COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ADVISOR > Ngaanyatjarra Council > Wanarn WA
POSITION FILLED RJCP OFFICE MANAGER > Ngaanyatjarra Council > Wanarn WA
POSITION FILLED GENERAL MANAGER > Karrayili Adult Education Centre > Fitzroy Crossing WA
POSITION FILLED OPERATIONS MANAGER > Karrayili Adult Education Centre > Fitzroy Crossing WA
POSITION FILLED RJCP COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ADVISOR > Ngaanyatjarra Council > Mantamaru (Jameson) WA
POSITION FILLED RJCP OFFICE MANAGER > Ngaanyatjarra Council > Mantamaru (Jameson) WA
POSITION FILLED CAPACITY BUILDER - MONEY MANAGEMENT AND EDUCATION > Matrix On Board > APY Lands SA

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Manager

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Arts Coordinator

(2 positions)

Jilamara Arts and Crafts Association is an indigenous owned, non-profit organisation based at Milikapiti, an aboriginal community on Melville Island. The community, which lies 100km North of Darwin and is accessible through a twice daily air service, has a store, social club, health clinic and primary school and is surrounded by beaches and bushland.

Jilamara operates as an art centre open to all Tiwi people living in Milikapiti and its associated outstations, and currently provides a service for up to 50 artists. It is a highly respected indigenous art centre that maintains relationships with commercial galleries and public institutions around Australia and operates a regular national exhibitions schedule. A number of key figures in Indigenous art have practised through the centre including the late Kitty Kantilla and more recently Pedro Wonaeamirri, Raelene Kerinauia, Janice Murrayand Timothy Cook. The organisation also operates the Ngawa Mantawi program, an integrated support service for artists with disabilities, allowing them to participate in the same activities as other Tiwi artists.

In 2012 a new gallery was completed along with an upgrade of the community museum.

Working with the Jilamara Executive Committee, the Manager and Arts Co-ordinator will be responsible for the effective operation of the art centre and the Muluwurri Museum, its cultural/artistic output, identifying new opportunities and take a lead role in the training and development of staff in the activities of the art centre.



milikapiti
 

Jilamara Arts And Craft Association

MILIKAPITI NT

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TENURE: Full time, renewable 2 year contract position with a 3 month probation period.
SALARY:Manager - $65 000, Arts Co-ordinator - $55 000. Jilamara is a FBT exempt organisation and there are tax benefits available to staff through salary sacrifice arrangements.
SUPERANNUATION:Paid at 9.5% of salary
ANNUAL LEAVE: 6 weeks
TOIL: Up to 10 working days per year
ACCOMMODATION: Semi-furnished, three bedroom house available rent free plus use of work vehicle. As a three bedroom house is provided rent free, these positions are suitable for a couple or colleagues able to work and live together.
RELOCATION: Fair relocation expenses paid.

Full position details and selection criteria are available by emailing jilamara@tiwiart.com or by contacting Geoff Crispin on 08 89783901 or 0428041094

Applications close 29th August 2014

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Jigalong Shed Manager

The Royal Life Saving Society Western Australia is a diverse organisation providing a range of training, safety, health promotion and related support services across metropolitan, regional and remote areas. Services which have touched the lives of people throughout Western Australia.

Royal Life Saving Society plays a key role in the remote Aboriginal communities of Burringurrah, Yandeyarra, Jigalong, Bidyadanga, Warmun and Fitzroy Crossing helping to deliver the following outcomes:

• Improved physical activity and healthy lifestyles
• Quality education and life skills support
• Range of vocational training and work experience opportunities
• Support for community aspirations

Royal Life Saving has been appointed to manage the Jigalong Shed, a facility in the remote Aboriginal community of Jigalong located approximately 160 kilometers east of Newman.

The Jigalong Shed aims to become a thriving economic hub for the Jigalong community, creating enterprise, employment and training opportunities and inspiring young people to complete their education.
Royal Life Saving Society WA is seeking a full-time residential staff member who can:

• Manage the facility operations of the Shed;
• Manage the delivery of activities and programs from the Shed;
• Establish and maintain partnerships with the Jigalong community and stakeholders from across the public, private and not-for profit sectors; and
• Identify opportunities for the recruitment of local community members in the management and administration of the Shed.



jigalong
 

Royal Life Saving Society WA

JIGALONG WA

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ANNUAL SALARY: $70 000
VEHICLE: Yes
CONTRACT: 2 yrs, with possible extensions.
ANNUAL LEAVE: 8 weeks
RELOCATION: The costs of relocation and repatriation will be covered and further costs are negotiable.
AIRFARES: Negotiable, but usually 1 return airfare at annual leave time to place of recruitment (EG: Perth)

For further details or to submit an application contact Greg Tate on gtate@rlsswa.com.au and (08) 9383 8200

Applications will close Friday 15th August 2014


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Chief Executive Officer

Responsible for the management of all administrative functions of the organisation, the CEO is accountable to the Warmun Community Council through regular Council meetings and informal meetings with the Council Chairperson. The Chief Executive Officer is the key leadership position in the organisation. The responsibilities encompass all elements of Council operations including: Strategic Planning, Stakeholder Management and Communications, Finance and Asset Management, Human Resources, Governance, Major Projects and working with the Council to ensure the strategy and sustainability of Warmun Community Inc. is delivered to best practice standards.

The CEO will be required to work to develop, maintain and support a strong Council, while leading, supporting and mentoring a strong senior management team.

The overall success of the organisation will require the full scope of responsibilities contained in the accompanying documentation to be managed effectively by the CEO.



warmun
 

Warmun Community (Turkey Creek) Inc

WARMUN WA

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SALARY: $110 000 to $120 000 per annum depending on qualifications and experience. Salary sacrifice is available.
ANNUAL LEAVE: 6 weeks
ISOLATION LEAVE: 1 week every 13 weeks three times per year. This cannot be accumulated or added to annual leave.
ACCOMMODATION: Fully maintained, fully furnished, four bedroom air-conditioned house including power and garbage collection. A nominal rent of $60 per fortnight will be deducted from wages.
AIRFARE: One return airfare per annum for the officer and his/her immediate family living with him/her in the community to previous home base, to be taken in conjunction with annual leave. This entitlement does not accrue before the first 12 months of employment
SUPERANNUATION: 9.25% of ordinary salary.
HOURS OF WORK:75 hours per fortnight, plus whatever extra hours are needed to meet the requirements of the job.
RELOCATION: Up to $10 000 on the presentation of receipts for the incumbent and immediate family.
REPATRIATION: Up to $10 000 on the presentation of receipts after 12 months service for the incumbent and immediate family.
TENURE: 1 year renewable contract.
PROBATION: 6 months
VEHICLE: Fully maintained and fuelled vehicle for Council and private use, except annual leave use which is to be negotiated with Council.
TELEPHONE: A mobile telephone for Council business use only is provided.

Applications and Enquiries are to be directed to Luke Debuell at Trans at right or below:

E: trans@transremote.com.au
P: 0419 599 617

Applications close COB Monday 11 August 2014

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Warmun Art:
www.warmunart.com/

Purnululu National Park: www.environment.gov.au/heritage/places/world/purnululu

Warmun on Wikipedia:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warmun_Community,_Western_Australia




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Office Manager

The Office Manager’s role is to manage the day to day operations of the Warmun Administration Office in the delivery and coordination of services to Community members, provide executive assistance to the CEO, coordinate visitor access to Warmun community and ensure efficient and sustainable administration systems are developed and maintained.

Responsibilities include Reception, Administration, CEO Support, Human Resource Management Support, Financial Administration and managing the full scope of responsibilities contained in the accompanying documentation.



warmun
 

Warmun Community (Turkey Creek) Inc

WARMUN WA

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SALARY: $70 000 to $80 000 per annum depending on qualifications and experience. Salary sacrifice is available.
ANNUAL LEAVE: 5 weeks
ISOLATION LEAVE: 1 week every 13 weeks three times per year. This cannot be accumulated or added to annual leave.
ACCOMMODATION: Fully maintained, fully furnished, air-conditioned house including power and garbage collection. A nominal rent of $60 per fortnight will be deducted from wages.
AIRFARE: One return airfare to previous home base per annum, to be taken in conjunction with annual leave. This entitlement does not accrue before the first 12 months of employment.
SUPERANNUATION: 9.25% of ordinary salary.
HOURS OF WORK:75 hours per fortnight, plus whatever extra hours are needed to meet the requirements of the job.
RELOCATION: Up to $5,000 on the presentation of receipts.
REPATRIATION: Up to $5,000 on the presentation of receipts after 12 months service.
TENURE: 1 year renewable contract.
PROBATION: 6 months

Applications and Enquiries are to be directed to Luke Debuell at Trans at right or below:

E: trans@transremote.com.au
P: 0419 599 617

Applications close COB Monday 11 August 2014

FURTHER INFO

Warmun Art:
www.warmunart.com/

Purnululu National Park: www.environment.gov.au/heritage/places/world/purnululu

Warmun on Wikipedia:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warmun_Community,_Western_Australia



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IACA Art Centre Development Officer (Readvertised)


The Indigenous Art Centre Alliance INC. (IACA) is the peak body that supports and advocates for 13 community based Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art and cultural centres of Far North Queensland. IACA is based in Cairns with offices at James Cook University.

The IACA Art Centre Development Officer will coordinate, facilitate and provide high quality support and training for managers, staff and artists of the 13 IACA member Indigenous art centres. Providing high quality administrative, communication and logistical support and services to the members under the direction of the IACA manager. You will assist the Manager to implement the IACA Triennial Strategic Plan 2013-2016 with particular focus on the IACA accreditation scheme as well as management of allocated projects and support the IACA Publications Officer with the preparation of promotional material as required.


cairns
 
Indigenous Arts Centre Alliance

CAIRNS QLD
iaca

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Full-time, 12 month contract with possibility of extension
Pay scale $72,524 - $80,198 PA

For further information and to request the Position Description, please Contact Joanna Cray:
Email: joannacray@bigpond.com
Web www.iaca.com.au

Applicants must address the selection criteria, include a cover letter and Curriculum Vitae to joannacray@bigpond.com

Applications close on 18th August 2014. Indigenous people are encouraged to apply

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Governance Officer

About the Organisation

Roper Gulf Regional Council provides a range of services including Council Administration, Waste Management, Municipal Services, Sport & Recreation, Aged Care, Youth Services and Juvenile Diversion, Libraries, Power, Tenancy Management, Civil Works and many more to the surrounding communities within its Local Government area.

The Roper Gulf Regional Council mission statement of working as one towards a better future through effective use of all resources serves to give strategic direction to the region's service delivery and its partnerships with stakeholders. The overall vision of Roper Gulf Regional Council is to be a sustainable, viable and vibrant leader in improving the quality of family and community life in the Northern Territory.

The region covers an area of over 185,000 square kilometres (which is 80% of the size of Victoria) with an estimated population of approximately 7,000 and encompasses the communities of Barunga, Borroloola, Bulman, Jilkminggan, Manyallaluk, Mataranka, Minyerri, Ngukurr, Numbulwar, Robinson River and Wugularr.

About the Opportunity

Roper Gulf Regional Council has a fantastic opportunity for a full time Governance Officer to join its established team in Katherine, NT.
Reporting to the Manager - Governance, Corporate Planning and Compliance, you'll be responsible for ensuring the functions of the Council Secretariat are managed and that executive assistance is provided to the Mayor. In addition, you'll ensure that Councillors are kept informed of issues pertaining to their ward.

This is a pivotal role within Roper Gulf Regional Council functioning as an indirect link between RGRC staff and elected officials.


katherine
 
Roper Gulf Regional Council

KATHERINE NT
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You will be rewarded for your hard work with an impressive remuneration package, commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Additionally, Roper Gulf Regional Council is dedicated to the ongoing professional development and training so your career continues to advance.
This is an excellent opportunity to develop your skills, advance your career and enhance your cultural knowledge in a stunning outback location. Make a positive difference - Apply Now!

For more information and to apply, visit http://applynow.net.au/job58858

Applications close 11 August 2014




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RJCP Community Development Advisor

SUMMARY:

Provide the community through the Community Council with specific and effective advice on all matters related to the operations and development of the Community. Provide effective management and coordination of the Remote Jobs & Communities Program (RJCP) and to ensure that the policies and aspirations of the community are pursued effectively. Liaise with a wide range of individuals and organisations in the operations of the community and the securing of resources to further the interests of the community.


ngaanyatjarra lands east
 

Ngaanyatjarra Council Aboriginal Corporation

IRRUNYTJU (WINGELLINA) WA

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SALARY: $70 000 - $75 000 (salary sacrifice is available)
ACCOMM: Fully furnished housing is included for this position at minimal rent ie approx $50.00 per fortnight.
ANNUAL LEAVE: 4 weeks annual leave
DISTRICT ALLOWANCE: Yes
TOIL: 3 weeks additional leave (one week every three months in lieu of overtime with airfares provided to Alice Springs or Kalgoorlie)
REMOTE LEAVE: An additional week remote leave including an airfare on the anniversary date
RELOCATION: Yes

Successful candidates will need to provide the results of or undergo a Criminal History Check and obtain a Working with Children’s Check

Please note that only one position is available at this community at this time.

Recruitment for this position is being handled by Trans. For more information, or to apply, use the links at right or email us trans@transremote.com.au

If you wish to discuss the role, call us on 0419 599 617.


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Financial Counsellor

SUMMARY:

The Financial Management Program is intended to improve the financial knowledge, skills, capabilities and financial resilience of vulnerable individuals and families to alleviate the immediate impact of financial stress and to progress initiatives in relation to problem gambling. Conduct client assessments, evaluating individuals as well as family groups. Provide information, advocacy, support and appropriate referral to clients seeking assistance in relation to their rights and responsibilities in financial counselling and associated areas. Assist clients to pursue their rights with government departments and appeals tribunals with an emphasis on self help whenever appropriate. To act as a resource and ascertain those areas in which the community identifies its needs for financial management educational programs to be introduced. To assist Ngaanyatjarra Council Community staff in the planning and preparation of providing information sessions and workshops on a range of financial topics to community and family groups. To network and liaise with community groups, government departments and other stakeholders to establish sound working relationships.


warakurna
 
Ngaanyatjarra Council Aboriginal Corporation


WARAKURNA WA
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SALARY: $70 000 - $75 000 (salary sacrifice is available)
ACCOMM: Fully furnished housing is included for these positions at minimal rent ie approx $50.00 per fortnight
ANNUAL LEAVE: 4 weeks annual leave
DISTRICT ALLOWANCE: Yes
TOIL: 3 weeks additional leave (one week every three months in lieu of overtime with airfares provided to Alice Springs or Kalgoorlie)
REMOTE LEAVE: An additional week remote leave including an airfare on the anniversary date
RELOCATION: Yes

Successful candidates will need to provide the results of or undergo a Criminal History Check and obtain a Working with Children’s Check

Apply at right or by email: trans@transremote.com.au

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Community Services Coordinator

About the Organisation

Roper Gulf Regional Council is a recently established body that provides a range of services including Council Administration, Waste Management, Municipal Services, Sport & Recreation, Aged Care, Youth Services and Juvenile Diversion, Libraries, Power, Water and Sewage Maintenance, Tenancy Management, Civil Works and many more to the surrounding communities within its Local Government area.

About the Opportunity

Roper Gulf Regional Council has a fantastic opportunity for a full time Community Services Coordinator to join its established Community Services team in Bulman, NT. Reporting to the Director Community Services, you'll be responsible for coordinating the council's agency operations for community services for local people. These services include; Creche, Aged and Disabled Care, Indigenous Broadcasting Program, Night Patrol, Sport and Recreation, Remote Jobs and Communities Program, Remote School Attendance Program and Centrelink.


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Roper Gulf Regional Council

BULMAN NT
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This role offers an enthusiastic Community Services Coordinator the chance to define their career, with a young Local Government within one of the most spectacular and iconic environments in Australia. If you're looking for a change of pace, a change of lifestyle or a new adventure, this is the job for you!

You will be rewarded for your hard work and dedication with an attractive salary circa $59,688 - $65,884 negotiable based on experience, and subsidised accommodation is available, making the move as smooth as possible. In addition, you will enjoy a Remote Area Allowance of $2.30 for every hour worked.

You'll enjoy flexible working conditions, study leave, opportunities for personal development and 6 weeks annual leave with 17.5% leave loading, ensuring you'll make the most of your time in the NT and its surrounding areas.

Additionally, Roper Gulf Regional Council is dedicated to the ongoing professional development and training so your career continues to advance.

This is an excellent opportunity to develop your skills, advance your career and enhance your cultural knowledge in a stunning outback location. Make a positive difference - Apply Now!

For more information, and to apply, please visit: http://applynow.net.au/job58186


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Assistant Manager

About the Organisation

Roper Gulf Regional Council provides a range of services including Council Administration, Waste Management, Municipal Services, Sport & Recreation, Aged Care, Youth Services and Juvenile Diversion, Libraries, Power, Tenancy Management, Civil Works and many more to the surrounding communities within its Local Government area. The Roper Gulf Regional Council mission statement of working as one towards a better future through effective use of all resources serves to give strategic direction to the region's service delivery and its partnerships with stakeholders. The overall vision of Roper Gulf Regional Council is to be a sustainable, viable and vibrant leader in improving the quality of family and community life in the Northern Territory.

The region covers an area of over 185,000 square kilometres (which is 80% of the size of Victoria) with an estimated population of approximately 7,000 and encompasses the communities of Barunga, Borroloola, Bulman, Jilkminggan, Manyallaluk, Mataranka, Minyerri, Ngukurr, Numbulwar, Robinson River and Wugularr.

About the Opportunity

Roper Gulf Regional Council has a fantastic opportunity for a full-time Assistant Manager to join its established RJCP team in Katherine, NT.
Reporting to the RJCP Regional Manager, you'll be responsible for identifying internal and external training opportunities for job seekers within the Ngukurr Numbulwar and Central Arnhem regions. From these findings and your own research, you will manage the development of training programs to meet these identified needs within the community.
This role offers an enthusiastic Assistant Regional Manager the chance to define their career, with a young Local Government within one of the most spectacular and iconic environments in Australia. If you're looking for a change of pace, a change of lifestyle or a new adventure, this is the job for you!


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Roper Gulf Regional Council

KATHERINE NT
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You will be rewarded for your hard work with an impressive remuneration package, including a base salary of $67,531-$74,542 commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Additionally, Roper Gulf Regional Council is dedicated to the ongoing professional development and training so your career continues to advance.

This is an excellent opportunity to develop your skills, advance your career and enhance your cultural knowledge in a stunning outback location. Make a positive difference - Apply Now!

For more information and to apply, visit http://applynow.net.au/job58184

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Community Safety Coordinator

About the Organisation

Roper Gulf Regional Council is a recently established body that provides a range of services including Council Administration, Waste Management, Municipal Services, Sport & Recreation, Aged Care, Youth Services and Juvenile Diversion, Libraries, Power, Water and Sewage Maintenance, Tenancy Management, Civil Works and many more to the surrounding communities within its Local Government area.

About the Opportunity

Roper Gulf Regional Council has a fantastic opportunity for a full time Community Safety Coordinator to join its established Community Services team in Numbulwar, NT.

Reporting to the Regional Manager Community Safety, you'll be responsible for coordinating the council's community safety operations at Numbulwar, which provide employment and training opportunities for local people. These services include; Night Patrol, Sport & Recreation and Youth Services.


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Roper Gulf Regional Council

NUMBULWAR NT
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This role offers an enthusiastic and motivated Community Safety Coordinator the chance to define their career, with a young Local Government within one of the most spectacular and iconic environments in Australia. If you're looking for a change of pace, a change of lifestyle or a new adventure, this is the job for you!

You will be rewarded for your hard work and dedication with an attractive salary circa $59,688 - $65,884 negotiable based on qualifications and experience. Subsidised accommodation is available, making the move as smooth as possible. In addition, you will enjoy a Remote Area Allowance of $2.60 for every hour worked.

You'll enjoy flexible working conditions, study leave, opportunities for personal development and 6 weeks annual leave with 17.5% leave loading, ensuring you'll make the most of your time in the NT and its surrounding areas.

Additionally, Roper Gulf Regional Council is dedicated to the ongoing professional development and training so your career continues to advance.
This is an excellent opportunity to develop your skills, advance your career and enhance your cultural knowledge in a stunning outback location. Make a positive difference - Apply Now!

For more information, and to apply, please visit: http://applynow.net.au/job58187

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Senior Childcare Project Officer

About the Organisation

Roper Gulf Regional Council provides a range of services including Council Administration, Waste Management, Municipal Services, Sport & Recreation, Aged Care, Youth Services and Juvenile Diversion, Libraries, Power, Tenancy Management, Civil Works and many more to the surrounding communities within its Local Government area.

About the Opportunity

Roper Gulf Regional Council has a fantastic opportunity for a full-time Senior Childcare Project Officer to join its established Community Services team in Katherine, NT. This position is being offered on a 6-month contractual basis with the opportunity for extension, relevant to further funding.
Reporting to the Regional Manager of Community Services, you'll be responsible for assisting in the day to day operations of childcare services of the Roper Gulf Regional Council in the Service Delivery Centre and surrounding area.




katherine
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Roper Gulf Regional Council

KATHERINE NT
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You will be rewarded for your hard work with an impressive remuneration package, negotiable based on qualifications and experience.
Additionally, Roper Gulf Regional Council is dedicated to the ongoing professional development and training so your career continues to advance.

You'll enjoy flexible working conditions, study leave, opportunities for personal development and 6 weeks annual leave with 17.5% leave loading, ensuring you'll make the most of your time in the NT and its surrounding areas.

This is an excellent opportunity to develop your skills, advance your career and enhance your cultural knowledge in a stunning outback location. Make a positive difference - Apply Now!

For more information, and to apply, please visit: http://applynow.net.au/job58185

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RJCP Managers
(2 positions)

SUMMARY:

Promote, monitor and assess the implementation of RJCP activities in the Ngaanyatjarra Communities, providing accurate and informed advice to NCAC management and detailed interaction with CDAs, Office Managers, Project Officers and eligible jobseekers to ensure jobseeker compliance with participation engagement obligations embedded in the RJCP.

Audit Individual Participation Plans (IPPs) as appropriate in order to assess the range of workplace and community development activities to be implemented across the region. Operating the Australian Governments on-line RJCP Information Management systems (I:AM &ESCN). Supporting and monitoring the implementation of Community Action Plans and Workforce Development Strategies for job seekers. Liaise with employers, training providers, businesses and Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet and Centrelink. Ensure compliance with OHS and RJCP reporting processes.

Ensure client feedback is collected and responded to in a sensitive and timely manner. Regularly liaise with all members of the RJCP team to ensure a coordinated, holistic and client focussed delivery of RJCP services. Ensure discretion and confidentiality is adhered to at all times. Adhere to the policies, procedures and guidelines in accordance with RJCP Funding Agreement 2013-2018. adhere to internal policies and procedures aligned to individual entities within NCAC. Identify workplace issues creating barriers to success in Indigenous employment outcomes, and in consultation with colleagues and communities, formulate appropriate strategies to address these issues. Support communities and NCAC personnel at all levels in identifying community candidates for participation in the Remote Youth Leadership and Development Corps element of RJCP. Participate with communities consultations developing and implementing local community action plans, consistent with the policy guidelines embedded in the regional CAP approved by the department of Prime Minister and Cabinet. Identify internal and external training opportunities to address competency gaps and community employment needs analysis. Coordinate logistics for training activities including training venues, materials, equipment and where applicable – meals, travel allowance and accommodation for trainers and jobseekers.





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Ngaanyatjarra Council Aboriginal Corporation

WARBURTON (BASED) WA

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SALARY: $62364 - $64981 base salary plus additional remote area allowances and PBI salary packaging.
ACCOMM: Fully furnished housing is included for this position at minimal rent ie approx $50.00 per fortnight.
ANNUAL LEAVE: 4 weeks annual leave
DISTRICT ALLOWANCE: Yes
TOIL: 3 weeks additional leave (one week every three months in lieu of overtime with airfares provided to Alice Springs or Kalgoorlie)
REMOTE LEAVE: An additional week remote leave including an airfare on the anniversary date
RELOCATION: Yes

Successful candidates will need to provide the results of or undergo a Criminal History Check and obtain a Working with Children’s Check

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Adult Educator - IT/Admin/Business

SUMMARY:

Provide IT, Administration and Business training and support for Karrayili students, staff and Community Resource Centre participants. Assist in establishing and running a Community Resource Centre at Karrayili Adult Education Centre.

Establishing Community Resource Centre (CRC)

Provide advice on suitable equipment and software to purchase for CRC. Assist Directors and General Manager with preparing protocols and procedures for using CRC resources.

CRC Operation

Ensure the CRC is a friendly place where locals and people visiting the Fitzroy Valley are welcomed and feel at ease. Ensure efficient and accountable operation of the CRC. Provide technical support for people using CRC facilities.
Support and train CRC assistant/s in client services, CRC procedures and providing technical support. Establish a business ‘hotspot’ and provide training and support for people running small businesses. Liaise with IT support services and technicians to ensure Karrayili’s technology is operational and current.

IT, Administration and Business training/mentoring

Develop and provide educational programs and experiences for adults from the Fitzroy Valley that build computer, administration and business skills. Ensure students successfully gain skills and knowledge through using teaching/learning techniques known to be effective with Aboriginal students from remote areas. Utilise literacy teacher and local Aboriginal support where needed to incorporate literacy, numeracy and communication skills support in all programs. Provide access to training and support for students in remote communities by providing online (social media, skype, video etc) teaching/learning opportunities. Work with accredited programs co-ordinator to ensure all necessary course plans, assessment tasks, student attendance records and individual student work meet VET Quality Framework requirements. Develop relationships with local organisations and communities to enhance and broaden learning opportunities for students and services provided through the CRC.


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Karrayili Adult Education Centre

FITZROY CROSSING WA
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ANNUAL SALARY RANGE: $49500 – $60000 (depending on qualifications and experience).
DISTRICT ALLOWANCE: $3700 per annum.
SALARY PACKAGING: Up to $16050 per annum available.
TRAVEL ALLOWANCE: $1500 payable on completion of 12 month contract.
ANNUAL LEAVE: 6 weeks per year (normally taken during school holidays).
LEAVE LOADING: Leave loading at 17.5% paid on 6 weeks of annual leave.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: 2 weeks per year.
PROBATION: 3 months
HOURS: 75 hours per fortnight.
RENT AND UTILITIES: Utilities and rent subsidies available

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Community Coordinator

The Community Coordinator is the Governing Corporation’s principal staff officer exercising overall management responsibility for the Corporation’s operations.

The Community Coordinator:

- Acts as the primary link between Directors and the organisation.
- Provides assistance to Directors in developing policy.
- Provides leadership to staff in achieving Directors objectives.
- Oversees the financial management of the Corporation.
- Sources funding for the organisation.
- Communicates and promotes Directors policies to the community it serves.

Provide advice, policy development and decision-making support to the Council. Ensure implementation of Council resolutions, policies and decisions. Provide development opportunities for Directors. Provide leadership and co-ordinate departmental operations and performance. Ensure output is monitored and services provided in an efficient cost-effective manner. Develop, maintain and review Directors corporate plan. Develop and maintain organisation structures to achieve Directors objectives. Provide organisational change leadership and support. Ensure development and maintenance of appropriate systems, procedures and performance standards.

Advise Directors of financial implications of policy determinations. Identify alternative sources of funding for the organisation. Prepare and/or oversight preparation of funding submissions. Exercise management oversight of Directors financial operations. Ensure appropriate financial planning. Maintain financial systems and controls. Approve, and participate in the preparation of, draft submissions for funding. Achieve financial targets with preparation and monitoring of approved budgets. Analyse financial reports, in conjunction with the Bookkeeper, and identify and correct problematic areas.

Oversee all employees and ensure that the aims and objectives of the organisation are being carried out by the employees. Ensure human resources management plans, systems and procedures and programs are developed and implemented. Promote teamwork and develop and maintain positive work relations and appropriate organisational culture. Organise education and training needs for staff and members of the Governing Directors. Communicate and promote Directors policies to the community. Ensure services, communications and dealings of staff with the public and external bodies is of a high standard.

Canteen Creek is an alcohol and drug free community. Any breach of this policy by an employee will result in summary dismissal.

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Canteen Creek Owairtilla Aboriginal Corporation

CANTEEN CREEK NT
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ANNUAL SALARY: $75000 (salary sacrifice is available)
CONTRACT: 12 months (annually reviewed)
PROBATION: 6 months
HOURS: 37.5 per week
ANNUAL LEAVE: 5 weeks
ADDITIONAL LEAVE: 1 weeks additional leave after every 8 weeks continuous service, for which the corporation will pay a return flight from Alice Springs to the capital city in state of recruitment. Arrangements will be made to pick up from Alice Springs and transport to Canteen Creek.
ACCOMMODATION: Fully furnished accommodation at $25 per week rent
VEHICLE: Supplied for work purposes only.

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RJCP Office Manager

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Manage community office and supervise Indigenous Remote Jobs and Communities Program (RJCP) workers to ensure the delivery of effective administration and clerical services to the Community. Provide supervision and training for office based Indigenous workers in office procedures. Coordinate all administrative functions of the Community Office. Encourage the employment of Indigenous RJCP workers.



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Ngaanyatjarra Council Aboriginal Corporation

IRRUNYTJU (WINGELLINA) WA

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SALARY: $50 087 (salary sacrifice is available)
ACCOMM: Fully furnished housing is included for this position at minimal rent ie approx $50.00 per fortnight. Single accommodation available.
ANNUAL LEAVE: 4 weeks annual leave
DISTRICT ALLOWANCE: Yes
TOIL: 3 weeks additional leave (one week every three months in lieu of overtime with airfares provided to Alice Springs or Kalgoorlie)
REMOTE LEAVE: An additional week remote leave including an airfare on the anniversary date
RELOCATION: Yes

Successful candidates will need to provide the results of or undergo a Criminal History Check and obtain a Working with Children’s Check

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Council Services Manager


About the Organisation

Roper Gulf Regional Council provides a range of services including Council Administration, Waste Management, Municipal Services, Sport & Recreation, Aged Care, Youth Services and Juvenile Diversion, Libraries, Power, Tenancy Management, Civil Works and many more to the surrounding communities within its Local Government area.

The Roper Gulf Regional Council mission statement of working as one towards a better future through effective use of all resources serves to give strategic direction to the region's service delivery and its partnerships with stakeholders. The overall vision of Roper Gulf Regional Council is to be a sustainable, viable and vibrant leader in improving the quality of family and community life in the Northern Territory.

The region covers an area of over 185,000 square kilometres (which is 80% of the size of Victoria) with an estimated population of approximately 7,000 and encompasses the communities of Barunga, Borroloola, Bulman, Jilkminggan, Manyallaluk, Mataranka, Minyerri, Ngukurr, Numbulwar, Robinson River and Wugularr.

About the Opportunity

Roper Gulf Regional Council has a fantastic opportunity for afull time Council Services Manager to join its established team in Mataranka, NT.
Reporting to the Director of Infrastructure & Technical Services, you'll be responsible for managing the day-to-day operation of Council in the Delivery Centre, including leading and directing employees and liaising with other divisions.

This is a challenging and highly rewarding role, in which you'll be focused on providing core services to residents throughout the expansive region, so experience working in remote areas will be beneficial.

About the Benefits

This role offers an enthusiastic Council Services Manager the chance to define their career, with a young Local Government within one of the most spectacular and iconic environments in Australia. If you're looking for a change of pace, a change of lifestyle or a new adventure, this is the job for you!



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Roper Gulf Regional Council

MATARANKA NT
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You will be rewarded for your hard work and dedication with agenerous salary circa $76,405 - $84,337 per annum, negotiable based on qualifications and experience with an additional $1.30 per hour worked remote area allowance. Your accommodation will be provided, making the move as smooth as possible.

This position also comes with the 'tools of the trade' you'll need, including a company vehicle (for work and limited personal use)plus laptop and phone for work purposes. You'll enjoy flexible working conditions, study leave, opportunities for personal development and 6 weeks annual leave with 17.5% leave loading, ensuring you'll make the most of your time in this corner of the NT.

Additionally, Roper Gulf Regional Council is dedicated to the ongoing professional development and trainingso your career continues to advance.
This is an excellent opportunity to develop your skills, advance your career and enhance your cultural knowledge in a stunning outback location. Make a positive difference - Apply Now!

For more information and to apply, please visit http://applynow.net.au/job56080

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KCT Hawk Dreaming Wilderness Lodge Managers

FROM THE EMPLOYER:

Featuring just 12 twin tented cabins, which limits our capacity to 24 guests, with the welcome addition of modern ensuite facilities, our Hawk Dreaming Wilderness Lodge offers our guests a truly intimate experience.

Our guests are granted exclusive access to a restricted area of Kakadu, abundant with wildlife and rarely viewed Aboriginal art sites. Hawk Dreaming Wilderness Lodge is in close proximity of ancient Aboriginal rock art and occupation sites, which provides guests an amazing insight into Aboriginal culture and heritage.

A closed-off camp site, Hawk Dreaming Wilderness Lodge is located at Cannon Hill, near Ubirr, in the heart of Kakadu National Park. With special permission from the traditional custodians, we have exclusive overnight access to the Aboriginal Land of Hawk Dreaming, on which the camp site is located.

Please note we have Kimberley Wilderness Adventure tours in every month, and at any one time there will be up to 30 guests. On the other set dates we are open to the Free Independent Travellers who book in advance

Catering responsibilities

The Managers will be responsible for the preparation and the presentation of Lodge meals to a high standard.

• Preparation and service of the daily menu for up to 30 guests
• Ensuring all dietary requirements of guests are adhered to
• Ensure the preparation ,presentation and cleaning of kitchen are to Food Hygiene standards, including outdoor kitchen
• Check Guest Room lists for forward planning
• Responsible for the ordering of provisions, provision control and efficient storage
• Provision collection from KCT Depot once a week

Guest Services

• Review Guest Room Lists and forward bookings daily
• Plan cabin services
• Plan laundry requirements to Room List
• Service cabins as per policy and procedures
• Service cabins on check out as per policy and procedures
• Order stock requirements
• Ensure laundry is maintained to a high standard of functionality
• Maintain a high level of customer service at all times

Guest Arrivals and Transfers

• Assist with Guest Transfers to and from Border Store
• Greet Guests when arriving at HDWL

Power Supply

• Maintain Power generator to policy and procedures
• Cleaning of Solar panels twice a week
• Order Fuel, Oil and other operational products when required

General Maintenance

• Cleaning and maintain presentation of HDWL and grounds

 


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Djabulukgu Association Inc

KAKADU NT

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• Permanent Tented Accommodation with power, shared facilities with meals included
• Uniforms supplied

Remuneration

• The position is classified as Casual
• Ideally suited for two people who are flexible and flexible with delivery of the tasks as outlined above
• There will be some days that will require efficient guest service management of duties and other days to perform duties to maintain cabins, kitchen areas and ground maintenance
• There will be days where you can enjoy the beautiful natural surrounds to enhance your knowledge of Kakadu and therefore enhancing the Guests experience
• Casual rate of $175.00 per person per day
• 5 day working week
• Days off will correspond with Guests bookings
• Subject to operations and Guest Bookings

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Mentoring And Staff Liaison Officer
(Temporary role until end of June 2014, possibly ongoing)


SUMMARY

Mentor and train staff to raise awareness of cross-cultural considerations. Provide input, advice, support and guidance where required as to community issues / considerations and cross-cultural considerations. Commit to the core values of the Shire. Achieve objectives and strategies relevant to the Shire Strategic Plan. Ensure that the responsibilities of this position are carried out in accordance with relevant legislation, Shire policies and management guidelines. Provide cross-cultural (two way) advice and guidance to Shire executive, managers and functional owners. Contribute to induction package for new and temporary staff/contractors on items including indigenous culture, considerations when working with indigenous people and other cross-cultural considerations. Participate in delivery of induction for new staff regarding cultural matters. Assist managers with employee relations / meetings when requested, including the introduction of new employees to community members. Assist in the delivery of elected member governance training when required. Conduct mentoring meetings with all Shire staff on regular basis. Work with relevant managers to develop measures to solve/improve issues raised during mentoring meetings. Visit each community minimum of twice per year and listen to their concerns, issues and input. Prepare report documenting concerns and issues raised along with suggested solutions for presentation to relevant manager. Provide assistance to the Human Resources team as required.



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MacDonnell Regional Council

ALICE SPRINGS NT
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ANNUAL SALARY (PRO-RATA) : $61979 - $71165
LOCATION: Alice Springs – Frequent travel to remote communities will be required.

Fixed term contract to 27th June 2014 (subject to ongoing funding after this date, to be confirmed)

Applicants must be available to commence immediately.

Temporary relocation package (including temporary accommodation in Alice Springs) may be negotiated with the successful candidate.


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Community Development Officers

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

We've received a considerable number of requests for potential Community Development Officers (CDO), Whilst the locations and precise job dimensions have yet to be confirmed, we do know that CDOs will be needed by some clients in both the NT and WA.

For those of you yet to grasp the RJCP's scope, see here: http://employment.gov.au/remote-jobs-and-communities-program

The people we're after should ideally have most of the following attributes:

> A trades qualification or excellent manual skills
> Business development knowledge
> A history or interest in training and supervision
> The ability to work in an inter-cultural operating environment
> The ability to manage complexity, ambiguity and pressure in a changing environment
> A demonstrated initiative and ability to work autonomously as well as a member of a team
> Sound written and verbal communication skills
> Time management skills related to setting priorities, planning, organisation of workloads and meeting deadlines
> A track record of community development practice, including high level negotiation and facilitation skills
> The ability to work in an inter-cultural operating environment
> The ability to manage complexity, ambiguity and pressure in a changing environment
> A demonstrated initiative and ability to work autonomously as well as a member of a team
> Sound written and verbal communication skills
> Time management skills related to setting priorities, planning, organisation of workloads and meeting deadlines
> Demonstrated experience in community development and organisational capacity building or related fields
> An understanding of, economic participation issues impacting on Aboriginal people in rural and remote communities with limited economies
> Demonstrated record of the ability to lead and to work collaboratively with a broad range of Government and community stakeholders
> 4x4 experience and experience travelling on remote unsealed roads
> Current drivers licence
> Capacity to travel for work

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Youth Development Officer

About the Organisation

The Shire of Halls Creek, located in northern Western Australia, boasts a progressive Council that is proactively facing the challenges and opportunities that come with being an outback Council.

About the Opportunity

The Shire of Halls Creek has an exciting opportunity for a dedicatedYouth Development Officer with a sense of adventure to live and work within an Aboriginal community in the Halls Creek region. You'll form part of the dynamic Halls Creek Youth Services team.

The main aim of this rewarding role will be to facilitate the provision of social, recreational and cultural activities for young people in the community. In doing so, you will be assisting to empower young people to build on their knowledge, appreciate their cultural inheritance and make positive life choices.

 


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Shire Of Halls Creek

HALLS CREEK WA
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In return for your dedication, you will be rewarded with an attractive remuneration package, including a cash component of$80,000plus excellent working conditions and the job satisfaction that comes from knowing you are truly making a difference in the local community. The Shire of Halls Creek is also committed to career development and ongoing training and will provide ample opportunities to all employees in this regard.

The Shire of Halls Creek highly values their employees and are offering a range of fantastic benefits as part of their packageincluding:

• 5 weeks annual leave;
• Career development & ongoing training;
• Self-contained living quarters, with subsidised rent;
• Matching super on top of Superannuation Guarantee Levy;
• Free internet connection at residence (dependent upon location);
• Water and electricity allowance;
• Opportunity for salary sacrifice.

Enjoy the beauty of this picturesque region and an array of fantastic benefits in this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity - Apply Now!

For more information, and to apply, please visit: http://applynow.net.au/job55083



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RJCP Project Officer

SUMMARY:

In liaison with the Community Development Adviser (CDA) and Community Council, implement any policies and priority decisions of the Community Council that relate to the works aspect of the Remote Jobs and Communities Program (RJCP). Provide effective leadership, management, supervision and on the job training of RJCP workers. Manage staff and resources to ensure that the works aspect of the RJCP, including the provision of all essential services, is satisfactorily carried out within budgetary constraints. Manage the works aspect of the RJCP under the direction of the CDA. Implement and monitor Works plan priorities within budgetary constraints in consultation with the CDA. Manage the Community works vehicles, plant, tools, equipment, storage shed, and yards. Oversee the Essential service program and supervise and assist RJCP workers to ensure the delivery of essential services to the community. Supervise RJCP workers in the bore monitoring and maintenance.Monitor and report monthly on the operation of the bore, holding tanks, UV sterilisation unit and mains reticulation. Take water samples and dispatch monthly to the appropriate authorities. Assist and train Indigenous RJCP workers in the monitoring and maintenance of the power station. Monitor the performance of the power station regularly and report any irregularities to the power authority and the CDA. Maintain stocks of fuel, lubricating oil, coolant, and filters at a satisfactory level. Supervise, monitor and train Indigenous RJCP workers in the operation of the sewerage works. Monitor the sewerage ponds for any problems or breaks in fencing. Provide training and assistance to Indigenous RJCP workers in the maintenance and upkeep of the airstrip. Monitor the lights and windsock so as to maintain a safe environment for the arrival and departure of aircraft.




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Ngaanyatjarra Council

TJUKURLA WA
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SALARY: $50 087 (salary sacrifice is available)
ACCOMM: Fully furnished housing is included for this position at minimal rent ie approx $50.00 per fortnight
ANNUAL LEAVE: 4 weeks annual leave
DISTRICT ALLOWANCE: Yes
TOIL: 3 weeks additional leave (one week every three months in lieu of overtime with airfares provided to Alice Springs or Kalgoorlie)
REMOTE LEAVE: An additional week remote leave including an airfare on the anniversary date
RELOCATION: Yes

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RJCP Community Development Advisor

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Provide the community through the Community Council with specific and effective advice on all matters related to the operations and development of the Community. Provide effective management and coordination of the Remote Jobs & Communities Program (RJCP) and to ensure that the policies and aspirations of the community are pursued effectively. Liaise with a wide range of individuals and organisations in the operations of the community and the securing of resources to further the interests of the community.


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Ngaanyatjarra Council Aboriginal Corporation

WANARN WA

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SALARY: $70 000 - $75 000 (salary sacrifice is available)
ACCOMM: Fully furnished housing is included for this position at minimal rent ie approx $50.00 per fortnight. Please note that this position shares the accommodation with the RJCP Office Manager (below). As such, couples are urged to apply.
ANNUAL LEAVE: 4 weeks annual leave
DISTRICT ALLOWANCE: Yes
TOIL: 3 weeks additional leave (one week every three months in lieu of overtime with airfares provided to Alice Springs or Kalgoorlie)
REMOTE LEAVE: An additional week remote leave including an airfare on the anniversary date
RELOCATION: Yes

Successful candidates will need to provide the results of or undergo a Criminal History Check and obtain a Working with Children’s Check

Recruitment for this position is being handled by Trans. For more information, or to apply, use the links at right or email us trans@transremote.com.au

If you wish to discuss the role, call us on 0419 599 617.


Employment is expected to commence April 2014

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RJCP Office Manager

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Manage community office and supervise Indigenous Remote Jobs and Communities Program (RJCP) workers to ensure the delivery of effective administration and clerical services to the Community. Provide supervision and training for office based Indigenous workers in office procedures. Coordinate all administrative functions of the Community Office. Encourage the employment of Indigenous RJCP workers.



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Ngaanyatjarra Council Aboriginal Corporation

WANARN WA

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SALARY: $50 087 (salary sacrifice is available)
ACCOMM: Fully furnished housing is included for this position at minimal rent ie approx $50.00 per fortnight. Please note that this position shares the accommodation with the RJCP Community Development Advisor (above). As such, couples are urged to apply.
ANNUAL LEAVE: 4 weeks annual leave
DISTRICT ALLOWANCE: Yes
TOIL: 3 weeks additional leave (one week every three months in lieu of overtime with airfares provided to Alice Springs or Kalgoorlie)
REMOTE LEAVE: An additional week remote leave including an airfare on the anniversary date
RELOCATION: Yes

Successful candidates will need to provide the results of or undergo a Criminal History Check and obtain a Working with Children’s Check

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General Manager

SUMMARY:

Utilise your leadership and business skills to ensure this unique Aboriginal-directed adult education centre continues to develop as a sustainable organization responsive to community needs and aspirations.

The General Manager’s position is crucial to ensuring the ongoing sustainability and direction of Karrayili Adult Education Centre as a community-based, Aboriginal-directed organisation.

Karrayili is medium sized organisation with a staff of 10 to 15 and annual operating budget of $1 million. Much of Karrayili’s income is derived from government grants though the organisation is currently looking to diversify its revenue streams.

Karrayili provides two-way educational programs throughout the Fitzroy Valley region of Western Australia.

Responsibilities include:

• Support effective governance.
• Facilitate ongoing training and skills development of the board of directors.
• Promote Karrayili through active and ongoing interaction and consultation with community, local, state and national groups.
• Develop and implement strategic and operational plans.
• Facilitate development of policies with appropriate bodies.
• Secure and manage revenue to deliver the strategic and operational plans
• Maintain effective financial management to secure and sustain the organisation
• Provide leadership for personnel and facilitate a positive and dynamic work environment
• Promote and support employment and retention of Aboriginal staff

 


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Karrayili Adult Education Centre

FITZROY CROSSING WA
karrayili

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Salary package range $71,368 to $81 716 (depending on qualifications and relevant experience). This package comprises the base salary plus $3700 district allowance, 17.5% annual leave loading for six weeks leave and $1500 travel allowance at the end of twelve months service. Additional benefits include 2 weeks personal development leave and $15,900.00 tax free salary packaging.

Accommodation provided with standard utilities included and subsidised rent, at a rate equivalent to $80 per week after tax.

2 weeks of paid Professional Development per year, to be decided in consultation between Karrayili and the employee

Initial employment contract will be for 3 months’ probation. Contract will be renewed if both parties agree.

Contracted hours - 75 hours per fortnight.

Contribution to relocation costs can be negotiated.

Applications close 5.00pm Wednesday12 March 2014.

 

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Operations Manager

SUMMARY:

Join a team where your organisational, financial and people skills ensure the smooth operation of a unique Aboriginal-directed adult education centre

The Operations Manager’s position is crucial to ensuring the ongoing viability and accountability of Karrayili. You work across a range of administrative roles, from phone answering and data entry to financial management and staff mentoring.

Duties include:

• Oversee, monitor and maintain the administrative and financial functions of Karrayili.
• Manage tenders, grants and acquittals and ensure reporting requirements are met.
• Manage preparation and administration of budgets.
• Manage maintenance of grounds, buildings and vehicles
• Record and report student enrolments and results
• Co-ordinate, mentor and train administration and maintenance staff
• Organise Karrayili events and functions

 


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Karrayili Adult Education Centre

FITZROY CROSSING WA
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Conditions and Benefits

Salary package range $56,208 to $71,511 (depending on qualifications and relevant experience). This package comprises the base salary plus $3700 district allowance, 17.5% annual leave loading for six weeks leave and $1500 travel allowance at the end of twelve months service. Additional benefits include 2 weeks personal development leave and $15,900.00 tax free salary packaging.

Accommodation provided with standard utilities included and subsidised rent, at a rate equivalent to $40 per week after tax.

2 weeks of paid Professional Development per year, to be decided in consultation between Karrayili and the employee

Initial employment contract will be for 3 months’ probation. Contract will be renewed if both parties agree.

Contracted hours - 75 hours per fortnight.

Contribution to relocation costs can be negotiated.

Applications close 5.00pm Wednesday12 March 2014.


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RJCP Community Development Advisor

SUMMARY:

Provide the community through the Community Council with specific and effective advice on all matters related to the operations and development of the Community. Provide effective management and coordination of the Remote Jobs & Communities Program (RJCP) and to ensure that the policies and aspirations of the community are pursued effectively. Liaise with a wide range of individuals and organisations in the operations of the community and the securing of resources to further the interests of the community.


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MANTAMARU (JAMESON) WA
ngaanyatjarra council

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SALARY: $70 000 - $75 000 (salary sacrifice is available)
ACCOMM: Fully furnished housing is included for this position at minimal rent ie approx $50.00 per fortnight. Please note that this position shares the accommodation with the RJCP Office Manager (below). As such, couples are urged to apply.
ANNUAL LEAVE: 4 weeks annual leave
DISTRICT ALLOWANCE: Yes
TOIL: 3 weeks additional leave (one week every three months in lieu of overtime with airfares provided to Alice Springs or Kalgoorlie)
REMOTE LEAVE: An additional week remote leave including an airfare on the anniversary date
RELOCATION: Yes

Successful candidates will need to provide the results of or undergo a Criminal History Check and obtain a Working with Children’s Check

Recruitment for this position is being handled by Trans. For more information, or to apply, use the links at right or email us trans@transremote.com.au

If you wish to discuss the role, call us on 0419 599 617.


Employment is expected to commence mid-February 2014

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RJCP Office Manager

SUMMARY:

Manage community office and supervise Indigenous Remote Jobs and Communities Program (RJCP) workers to ensure the delivery of effective administration and clerical services to the Community. Provide supervision and training for office based Indigenous workers in office procedures. Coordinate all administrative functions of the Community Office. Encourage the employment of Indigenous RJCP workers.



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MANTAMARU (JAMESON) WA

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SALARY: $50 087 (salary sacrifice is available)
ACCOMM: Fully furnished housing is included for this position at minimal rent ie approx $50.00 per fortnight. Please note that this position shares the accommodation with the RJCP Community Development Advisor (above). As such, couples are urged to apply.
ANNUAL LEAVE: 4 weeks annual leave
DISTRICT ALLOWANCE: Yes
TOIL: 3 weeks additional leave (one week every three months in lieu of overtime with airfares provided to Alice Springs or Kalgoorlie)
REMOTE LEAVE: An additional week remote leave including an airfare on the anniversary date
RELOCATION: Yes

Successful candidates will need to provide the results of or undergo a Criminal History Check and obtain a Working with Children’s Check

Recruitment for this position is being handled by Trans. For more information, or to apply, use the links at right or email us trans@transremote.com.au

If you wish to discuss the role, call us on 0419 599 617.


Employment is expected to commence mid-February 2014

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Capacity Builder – Money Management and Education

SUMMARY:

• It’s Hot
• It’s Cold
• It’s Dusty
• It’s Remote
• But wow is it Rewarding!

Have you ever wanted to work in a remote area of Australia and provide ongoing support and training to our remote communities? Then this is the position for you. The MoneyMob Talkabout program is currently seeking applications from motivated, skilled, resilient individuals with a love of remote environments. The positions on offer support capacity building for Aboriginal staff in the effective delivery of money management and financial literacy education services to communities in the APY Lands.

If you have experience in:

• effectively building confidence, capacity and skill of colleagues
• understanding (or ability to rapidly acquire) of community education and community services case management as applicable to money management work
• coaching/mentoring/training in an informal/adult setting
• working cross-culturally and/or with people who have low literacy and numeracy skills.
• Excellent interpersonal, organizational and presentation skills
• Demonstrated analytical and problem solving skills

Relevant qualifications include:

• Community/International development
• Social work
• Social sciences
• Community services
• Adult education

apy lands
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Matrix on Board

ALICE SPRINGS NT

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Please note applicants require their own vehicle – 4WD/All wheel drive. Please see application process and benefits/conditions document by visiting our website careers page.

Have we caught your attention yet? For more information go to www.mob.com.au and see our applicant information package for this role. Matrix on Board offers an attractive remuneration package for these very rewarding positions.

For more information, call Susan Quach, Human Resources on (02) 9370 6200 or Carolyn Cartwright, Program Manager on (08) 8953 2410.


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CLOSED: We're no longer accepting applications, expressions of interest, nor are we making further nominations from the Trans database. The selection process is underway.
POSITION FILLED: A successful appointment to the position has been made.
WITHDRAWN: The employer has withdrawn the vacancy. No further work will be carried out on the selection process.
 
 
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