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COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ADVISOR > Ngaanyatjarra Council > Wingellina (Irrunytju) WA
OFFICE / CASE MANAGER > Ngaanyatjarra Council > Wingellina (Irrunytju) WA
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ADVISOR > Ngaanyatjarra Council > Jameson (Mantamaru) WA
OFFICE / CASE MANAGER > Ngaanyatjarra Council > Jameson (Mantamaru) WA
FINANCIAL COUNSELLOR > Ngaanyatjarra Council > Warakurna WA
CLOSED MANAGER > Ngunga Women's Group Aboriginal Corporation > Derby WA
WITHDRAWN COMMUNITY SERVICES MANAGER > Ngaanyatjarra Council > Wingellina (Irrunytju) WA
POSITION FILLED CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER > Jarlmadangah Burru Aboriginal Corporation > Jarlmadangah WA
POSITION FILLED DEPUTY CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER > Jarlmadangah Burru Aboriginal Corporation > Jarlmadangah WA
CLOSED MOBILE PLAYGROUP COORDINATOR > Ngunga Women's Group Aboriginal Corporation > Derby WA CLOSED MARDBALK RANGER GROUP COORDINATOR > Northern Land Council > Darwin/Sth Goulburn Island NT
CLOSED COMMUNITY COORDINATOR > Parnngurr Aboriginal Corporation > Parnggurr WA
CLOSED STORE MANAGER > Parnngurr Aboriginal Corporation > Parnggurr WA
CLOSED YUGUL MANGI RANGER COORDINATOR > Northern Land Council > Ngukurr NT
POSITION FILLED
ADMINISTRATION MANAGER > Ngaanyatjarra Council > Warakurna WA
POSITION FILLED MUNICIPAL SERVICES OFFICER > Ngaanyatjarra Council > Wanarn WA
POSITION FILLED HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGER > Ashburton Aboriginal Corporation > Port Hedland WA
POSITION FILLED MUNICIPAL SERVICES OFFICER > Ngaanyatjarra Council > Jameson WA
POSITION FILLED COMMUNITY SERVICES MANAGER > Ngaanyatjarra Council > Jameson WA
POSITION FILLED FINANCIAL CAPABILITIES TEAM LEADER > Ngaanyatjarra Council > Warakurna WA
POSITION FILLED CDP CASE MANAGER & ACTIVITIES OFFICER (COMBINED POSITION) > Ngaanyatjarra Council > Jameson WA
CLOSED HOUSING ENGAGEMENT OFFFCER > Emama Nguda Aboriginal Corporation
WITHDRAWN
COMMUNITY SERVICES MANAGER > Ngaanyatjarra Council > Tjirrkarli WA
POSITION FILLED HOUSING MAINTENANCE TRAINER > Ashburton Aboriginal Corporation > Nullagine WA
POSITION FILLED
CDP CASE MANAGER & ACTIVITIES OFFICER (COMBINED POSITION) > Ngaanyatjarra Council > Warakurna WA
POSITION FILLED CDP (WOMENS) ACTIVITY SUPERVISOR > Ngaanyatjarra Council > Warburton WA
POSITION FILLED
CDP ACTIVITIES OFFICER > Ngaanyatjarra Council > Wingellina WA
WITHDRAWN CDP CASE MANAGER > Ngaanyatjarra Council > Wingellina WA
POSITION FILLED
GENERAL MANAGER > Ngaanyatjarra Health Services > Alice Springs NT
POSITION FILLED COMMUNITY SERVICES MANAGER > Ngaanyatjarra Council > Wanarn WA


 

Community Development Advisor

SUMMARY

Under the direction of Ngaanyatjarra Council Aboriginal Corporation (NCAC) provide specific and effective advice on all matters related to the administration of community, ensuring that the policies and aspirations of the community are effectively pursued.

Liaise with a wide range of individuals and organisations in the operations of the community and the securitty of resources to further the interests of the community.

Ensure compliance with the communities’ obligations under the NCAC’s CDP and Municipal Service (Muns) Agreements through supervision of relevant community staff and liaison with NCAC and other relevant bodies. Act as community administration contact point and provide community and its Council with regular advice and reports on all project activities. Ensure the effective recruitment, orientation, management, support, education, training and development of staff, including monitoring of probation periods. Cooperate with Ngaanyatjarra Services (NGS) to maintain a financial system that meets the requirements of funding agencies, accountants and auditors. Cooperate with NGS and NCAC to control and monitor all funds by maintaining purchase order books, cash books, assets register and ensure security of cash and records.

Provide the Community with regular advice on the funding situation of each project. Encourage the community to be fully involved in community decisions, activities and development. In conjunction with the Community Council develop and implement policies and procedures that are safe and without risk to health, for all areas of the community including work activities. Provide assistance, advice and coordinate support in all matters pertaining to the cultural, economic and social development of the community and its members. Plan and assist with the organisation of social and cultural activities. Report in writing to the Community Council and NCAC.

ngaanyatjarra lands
 

Ngaanyatjarra Council

WINGELLINA (IRRUNYTJU) WA

Ngaanyatjarra Council
handled by trans

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SALARY:$80000 (salary packaging is available)
REMOTE ALLOWANCE: $4333 per annum
ACCOMM: Provided rent-free and includes utilities (shared with the Office Manager)
ANNUAL LEAVE:8 weeks
AIRFARE: 1 return airfare per annum
WORK VEHICLE: Provided

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Office Manager / Case Manager

SUMMARY

rovide administrative support to CDA, including arranging community meetings, recording of minutes and ensuring correct governance procedures are adhered to.
Provide relief for CDA as required. Administer online systems ensuring compliance.

Supervise and assist Indigenous community members in the following:

• Reception at front counter
• Telephone answering and message taking
• Mail management
• Faxing, filing & photocopying
• Airline and courier bookings
• Ensure visitors are made familiar with the Community and their material needs

Finances

Supervise and assist in:

• Ordering supplies and services
• Invoicing and paying accounts
• Coding receipts and payments according to the budget lines
• Monitoring expenditure in relation to the budget
• Preparing cash and cheque bank receipts
• Bank reconciliations
• Recording cash advances and reimbursements
• Computer data entry
• Ensuring cash security and accountability
• Processing bank deposits, withdrawals and transfers
• Updating Community Saving Cards and Advance summaries
• Family account payments, loan distributions and debtor’s records administered
• Collection counting, depositing and recording Pay Phone cash collections
• Other duties as directed by CDA

 

ngaanyatjarra lands
 

Ngaanyatjarra Council

WINGELLINA (IRRUNYTJU) WA

Ngaanyatjarra Council
handled by trans

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SALARY:$72064 (salary packaging is available)
REMOTE ALLOWANCE: $4333 per annum
ACCOMM: Provided rent-free and includes utilities (shared with the CDA)
ANNUAL LEAVE:8 weeks
AIRFARE: 1 return airfare per annum
WORK VEHICLE: Provided

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Community Development Advisor

SUMMARY

Under the direction of Ngaanyatjarra Council Aboriginal Corporation (NCAC) provide specific and effective advice on all matters related to the administration of community, ensuring that the policies and aspirations of the community are effectively pursued.

Liaise with a wide range of individuals and organisations in the operations of the community and the securitty of resources to further the interests of the community.

Ensure compliance with the communities’ obligations under the NCAC’s CDP and Municipal Service (Muns) Agreements through supervision of relevant community staff and liaison with NCAC and other relevant bodies. Act as community administration contact point and provide community and its Council with regular advice and reports on all project activities. Ensure the effective recruitment, orientation, management, support, education, training and development of staff, including monitoring of probation periods. Cooperate with Ngaanyatjarra Services (NGS) to maintain a financial system that meets the requirements of funding agencies, accountants and auditors. Cooperate with NGS and NCAC to control and monitor all funds by maintaining purchase order books, cash books, assets register and ensure security of cash and records.

Provide the Community with regular advice on the funding situation of each project. Encourage the community to be fully involved in community decisions, activities and development. In conjunction with the Community Council develop and implement policies and procedures that are safe and without risk to health, for all areas of the community including work activities. Provide assistance, advice and coordinate support in all matters pertaining to the cultural, economic and social development of the community and its members. Plan and assist with the organisation of social and cultural activities. Report in writing to the Community Council and NCAC.

ngaanyatjarra lands
 

Ngaanyatjarra Council

JAMESON (MANTAMARU) WA

Ngaanyatjarra Council
handled by trans

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SALARY:$80000 (salary packaging is available)
REMOTE ALLOWANCE: $4333 per annum
ACCOMM: Provided rent-free and includes utilities (shared with the Office Manager)
ANNUAL LEAVE:8 weeks
AIRFARE: 1 return airfare per annum
WORK VEHICLE: Provided

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Office Manager / Case Manager

SUMMARY

rovide administrative support to CDA, including arranging community meetings, recording of minutes and ensuring correct governance procedures are adhered to.
Provide relief for CDA as required. Administer online systems ensuring compliance.

Supervise and assist Indigenous community members in the following:

• Reception at front counter
• Telephone answering and message taking
• Mail management
• Faxing, filing & photocopying
• Airline and courier bookings
• Ensure visitors are made familiar with the Community and their material needs

Finances

Supervise and assist in:

• Ordering supplies and services
• Invoicing and paying accounts
• Coding receipts and payments according to the budget lines
• Monitoring expenditure in relation to the budget
• Preparing cash and cheque bank receipts
• Bank reconciliations
• Recording cash advances and reimbursements
• Computer data entry
• Ensuring cash security and accountability
• Processing bank deposits, withdrawals and transfers
• Updating Community Saving Cards and Advance summaries
• Family account payments, loan distributions and debtor’s records administered
• Collection counting, depositing and recording Pay Phone cash collections
• Other duties as directed by CDA

 

ngaanyatjarra lands
 

Ngaanyatjarra Council

JAMESON (MANTAMARU) WA

Ngaanyatjarra Council
handled by trans

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SALARY:$72064 (salary packaging is available)
REMOTE ALLOWANCE: $4333 per annum
ACCOMM: Provided rent-free and includes utilities (shared with the CDA)
ANNUAL LEAVE:8 weeks
AIRFARE: 1 return airfare per annum
WORK VEHICLE: Provided

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Financial Counsellor

SUMMARY

Ngaanyatjarra Council (AC) is a dynamic Aboriginal organisation representing the interests of approx. 2000 Ngaanyatjarra, Pintupi & Pitjantjatjara people living in eleven Communities in the Central Desert region of Western Australia.

Mani-Ku Ninti (Money Smart) is the Ngaanyatjarra Council Financial Wellbeing and Capability Program providing financial literacy education, counselling and support to the Ngaanyatjarra communities.

NCAC are looking for an experienced Financial Counsellor to join their small team. Applicants must be appropriately qualified with a minimum of a Diploma of Community Work (Financial Counselling) and be accredited with FCA. We are seeking someone who can demonstrate significant Financial Counselling services and experience at Social & Community Work Level 5 or equivalent.

Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:

Work within a team consisting of two Financial Counsellors and community based Financial Capability Workers; Case management and support for individuals, families and community groups; Assessment and referral of clients to alternative agencies or support services to assist them with issues impacting on their financial management; Developing and delivering community education and information sessions on a range of financial management topics; Assisting with the coordination and compilation of basic reports against KPI’s.



warakurna
 

Ngaanyatjarra Council

WARAKURNA WA

Ngaanyatjarra Council
mani-ku-ninti

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SALARY: $70 000 - $80 000 Dep (Salary Packaging is available)
ACCOMM: Provided including utilties (free)
VEHICLE: Provided for work purposes
REMOTE ALLOWANCE: $3065 per annum
ANNUAL LEAVE:5 weeks
REMOTE LEAVE: 3 wweks
AIRFARE ALLOWANCE: $1100 after 12 months service

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Manager

SUMMARY

Ngunga Womens Group is a not-for-profit, Indigenous Community-based and managed charitable organisation governed by a Board, all of whom are elected by members of the organisation. Ngunga Womens has been operating in the Derby/Malarabah Region for the past 25 years. Ngunga Group Womens Aboriginal Corporation delivers a Tenancy Support Program, Mobile Playgroup Program and Financial Counselling Program, strategic business development and enterprise opportunities for local Indigenous people.

The primary role of the Manager is to provide leadership and management of the Corporation, working across all levels of the organisation and with external stakeholders, and partnered Aboriginal Corporation.





derby

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Ngunga Women's Group Aboriginal Corporation


DERBY WA

ngunga women's group


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ANNUAL SALARY: $90318-$98303
DISTRICT ALLOWANCE: $3900 single or $7800 double
ANNUAL RENTAL SUBSIDY: $7800
ANNUAL LEAVE: 5 weeks inc 17.5% leave loading on 4 weeks

For information regarding this position please contact Ben Burton via email or phone 08 9193 1600 or E: osm.emamanguda@bigpond.com

Applicants must:

- Provide a covering letter
- Address the selection criteria
- Provide a current resume
- Supply 3 current references

Addressing all the above to: Ben Burton, email: osm.emamanguda@bigpond.com

Closing Date: 28 September 2018

Indigenous females are strongly encouraged to apply

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Community Services Manager

SUMMARY

Under the direction of Ngaanyatjarra Council Aboriginal Corporation (NCAC) provide specific and effective advice on all matters related to the administration of community requirements, ensuring that the policies and aspirations of the community are effectively pursued.
To 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.

Manage community staff whether employed by the community, NCAC, Muns or any other body corporate controlled by the community. Oversee and assist with the administration of meetings. Oversee and assist with the administration of elections, ensuring that Constitutional Rules for elections are followed. Keep up to date records on all administrative matters. Provide the Community with regular advice and reports on all project activity. In consultation with the Chairman and Community Council members, act as a contact point for the community on administrative matters.




ngaanyatjarra lands
WITHDRAWN

Ngaanyatjarra Council

WINGELLINA (IRRUNYTJU) WA

Ngaanyatjarra Council
handled by trans

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SALARY:$80000 (salary packaging is available)
REMOTE ALLOWANCE: $4333 per annum
ACCOMM: Provided rent-free and includes utilities
ANNUAL LEAVE:8 weeks
AIRFARE: 1 return airfare per annum
WORK VEHICLE: Provided

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Chief Executive Officer

SUMMARY

The primary role of the CEO is to provide leadership and management of the Corporation, working across all levels of the organisation and with external stakeholders.

Oversee the management and implementation of the Municipal & Essential Services Funding (MUNS) and other strategies and projects. Develop and implement plans to work proactively with communities and their councils to build rapport, trust and engagement with projects and objectives. Develop, manage and implement strategic plan priorities, including the progression of economic development initiatives by JBAC and community members.

Develop, maintain and improve financial management systems appropriate to the scope and size of the organisation. Maintain effective systems and processes for the management and maintenance of corporation assets. Represent JBAC in the areas of stakeholder engagement, networking and communication for the purposes of building and maintaining JBAC’s reputation, sourcing regional opportunities, fostering partnerships and collaboration. Represent the organisation as required on regional boards and committees.




jarlmadangah
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Jarlmadangah Aboriginal Corporation


JARLMADANGAH BURRU WA


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SALARY:$80000
ACCOMM: Provided rent-free and includes utilities
ANNUAL LEAVE:5 weeks
WORK VEHICLE: Provided for work purposes

Both the CEO and Deputy CEO have one house assigned between them, so ideally these roles would suit an appropriately community development focused couple.

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Deputy Chief Executive Officer

SUMMARY

The primary role of the Deputy CEO is to support the functions of the CEO, working across all levels of the organisation and with external stakeholders. In conjunction with the CEO, oversee the management and implementation of the Municipal & Essential Services Funding (MUNS) and other strategies and projects. In conjunction with the CEO, develop and maintain stakeholder networks and alliances that enhance or protect the objectives and interests of the Corporation and its members.
Provide leadership and strategic support to JBAC community.

Together with the CEO, develop, manage and implement strategic plan priorities, including the progression of economic development initiatives by JBAC and community members. Assist the CEO to develop, maintain and improve financial management systems appropriate to the scope and size of the organisation. In conjunction with the CEO, maintain effective systems and processes for the management and maintenance of corporation assets.




jarlmadangah
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Jarlmadangah Aboriginal Corporation


JARLMADANGAH BURRU WA


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SALARY:$40000
ACCOMM: Provided rent-free and includes utilities
ANNUAL LEAVE:5 weeks
WORK VEHICLE: Provided for work purposes

Both the CEO and Deputy CEO have one house assigned between them, so ideally these roles would suit an appropriately community development focused couple.

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Mardbalk Ranger Group Coordinator

SUMMARY:

As the largest peak Indigenous organisation in Australia, NLC provides a family-friendly and flexible team environment with attractive remuneration packages, five weeks annual leave, district allowance, super, salary sacrifice, airfares and entitlements.

This position is responsible for coordinating the Mardbalk Ranger Group and for working with Aboriginal land and sea owners and managers across multiple islands and sea country as well as mainland areas, to maximise their participation in all caring for land and sea country activities.

Applicants should possess a sound knowledge of Aboriginal Caring for Country management opportunities and constraints, with demonstrated ability to effectively manage work teams in remote locations. You will have experience working with Aboriginal communities in coordinating resource management projects, from planning through to implementation and reporting.

Good communication, negotiation and community consultation skills, with tertiary qualifications in natural resource management or a social science, community development, public policy or related discipline, and/or extensive relevant experience are essential.

A demonstrated knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal culture and issues, with the ability to communicate effectively and sensitively with Aboriginal people is required, as is possession of a ‘C’ class drivers licence and ability to safely drive 4WD drive vehicles.

 



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Northern Land Council

DARWIN / STH GOULBURN ISLAND

(subject to housing availability)

northern land council

 

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SALARY: $69,111 - $82,597 pa + entitlements (depending on skills and experience)
CONTRACT: Fixed term to 30 June 2021

Contact person: Mike Carmody (08) 8920 5136

Applications close COB Monday 3 September 2018

Applications must address all selection criteria. The Application Pack must be downloaded from our website www.nlc.org.au or contact HR at jobs@nlc.org.au or call (08) 8920 5183 or (08) 8920 5100.

Applicants must be Australian residents. NLC is an equal opportunity employer and encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply.



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Mobile Playgroup Coordinator

SUMMARY

Ngunga Womens Group is a not-for-profit, Indigenous Community-based and managed charitable organisation governed by a Board, all of whom are elected by members of the organisation. Ngunga Womens Group has been operating in the Derby/Malarabah Region for the past 25 years. Ngunga Womens Group Aboriginal Corporation delivers a Tenancy Support Program, Mobile Playgroup Program and Financial Counselling Program, strategic business development and enterprise opportunities for local Indigenous people.
We are seek applications for Mobile Playgroup Program Coordinator

The objectives of the Mobile Playgroup program is to provide high quality child care programs that enhance the cultural, physical, social, emotional, language and learning development of Aboriginal children. This is achieved by providing flexible child care services that meet the needs of Aboriginal families in the communities, fostering individual children's strengths, abilities and interests through the provision of developmentally and culturally appropriate play and learning experiences and creating an environment that acknowledges and strengthens the cultural identity of Aboriginal children.

The service provides a mobile multifunctional service which provides playgroup activities, cultural and developmental activities for children, parent involvement, and family support information, and advice, resources on topics such as child development, health, nutrition, safety and early intervention.




derby
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Ngunga Women's Group Aboriginal Corporation


DERBY WA

ngunga women's group


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SALARY:$53400
DISTRICT ALLOWANCE: $3900 single, $7800 double
ANNUAL AIRFARE ALLOWANCE: Value of one return economy class airfare to Perth
ANNUAL LEAVE: 4 weeks
REMOTE LEAVE: 1 week

For information regarding this position please contact Ben Burton via email: osm.emamanguda@bigpond.com or tel: 08 9193 1600

Please submit a covering letter addressing the selection criteria with current resume to email osm.emamanguda@bigpond.com

Closing Date: 31 August 2018



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Community Coordinator

SUMMARY


Parnngurr Aboriginal Corporation administers Parnngurr Community on behalf of its members. In addition to delivering municipal services and administrative functions, the Corporation works to develop the capacity of the community and to provide improved community infrastructure and services.

Parnngurr Aboriginal Corporation is seeking to employ a Community Coordinator/CEO with community development experience to oversee the management of community municipal services and administrative functions, and to provide professional input to the development of the community’s capacity for governance and participation in managing its own affairs. The role will report to the Corporation’s Board of Directors and will perform the functions of CEO of the Corporation, in addition to working collaboratively with a wide range of service providers on behalf of the members of the community.

An attractive salary package, including district allowance, SGL superannuation, relocation allowance, 5 weeks Annual and 3 weeks Remote Leave, salary packaging will be negotiated with the successful applicant. Comfortable, air conditioned housing is available in the community at a low rental of $30 per person.

This is an active, hands‐on role requiring energy and the ability to work in a challenging but rewarding cross‐cultural environment. The position would suit a couple, as the Community Store Manager position could be available for the partner of the successful applicant (see below).

It is expected that the successful applicant will have:
• Relevant experience and/or qualifications in community development, management and administration.
• A strong commitment to working in partnership with Aboriginal people, and in assisting them to manage their own affairs.
• Experience working in remote communities and/or cross‐cultural environments
• A high level of oral and written communication skills; • The ability to develop and maintain constructive relationships with a wide range of stakeholders.

Parnngurr (http://parnngurr.com/) is situated in the south east corner of the spectacular Karlamilyi (formerly Rudall River) National Park, 370 km east of Newman in central WA and is home to approximately 120 Martu people and community service providers ( http://www.parnngurrschool.com.au/Default.aspx, http://www.kj.org.au/ )

The Martu are among the most traditional of Australia’s Aboriginal people, with many of the older residents in Parnngurr being able to relate their stories of their first contact with western society. The community provides supplies and services to the growing number of tourists who are attracted to Karlamilyi National Park and the nearby Canning Stock Route.




parnngurr
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Parnngurr Aboriginal Corporation

PARNNGURR WA

parnngurr

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SALARY: $100,000 (salary packaging is available)
ANNUAL LEAVE: 5 weeks
REMOTE :LEAVE: 3 weeks annually
ANNUAL AIRFARE: Up to $1500
ACCOMM: Provided at $30 per week, utilities at $15 per week

For further information, or to submit an application, please contact Andy Redden on 0433 310 188 or Andy@KeySupport.com.au . Applicants will be required to submit a detailed personal resume and to address the nominated selection criteria contained in the attached information package.

Applications close on 31st August 2018

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Store Manager

SUMMARY

To represent and advance the views and aspirations of the Corporation over the management, protection, control, and development of the Objectives as defined in the Rule Book. Be responsible for and provide leadership and direction to the overall operations of the corporation on behalf of both itself and related entities and groups. In consultation with the Community Coordinator, the Store Manager will work collaboratively with identified community leaders, government and non-government stakeholders and with community members and implement:

Present the store for the appropriate sale of approved stock items, including foods, manchester, variety, tools, fuel and accommodation.

- Maintain and implement appropriate costing structures to ensure ongoing financial viability of store operations to maintain mark-up and gross profit returns for the community.
- Maintain a level of appropriate stock on hand at all times including pre-ordering for wet season, minimum fuel levels and emergency supplies.
- Promote healthy eating choices through available product lines in the store.
- Manage financial transactions through daily reporting requirements.
- Undertake a quarterly stock take for the community appointed accountants.
- Engage and provide employment opportunities for local staff as required.
- Maintain Store Trading hours as agreed by the Co-ordinator (as amended from time-to-
time).
- Ensure internal / external purchase orders are recorded and recharged on a daily basis.
- Other duties as directed by the Community Coordinator.

Duties – Centrelink Agent (possible source of additional income)

In consultation with the Community Coordinator, the Store Manager will work collaboratively with identified community leaders, Centrelink and with community members to:

- Provide Centrelink services for community members during nominated times agreed with the Community. (Training and certification required, but can be done on-line).
- Assist community members in their dealings with Centrelink.
- Provide other services as required by Centrelink in accordance with the Centrelink Agency agreement.
- Other duties as directed by the Community Coordinator.




parnngurr
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Parnngurr Aboriginal Corporation

PARNNGURR WA

parnngurr

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SALARY: $60,000 (salary packaging is available)
ANNUAL LEAVE: 5 weeks
REMOTE :LEAVE: 3 weeks annually
ANNUAL AIRFARE: Up to $1500
ACCOMM: Provided at $30 per week, utilities at $15 per week

For further information, or to submit an application, please contact Andy Redden on 0433 310 188 or Andy@KeySupport.com.au . Applicants will be required to submit a detailed personal resume and to address the nominated selection criteria contained in the attached information package.

Applications close on 31st August 2018

 


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Administration Manager

SUMMARY

Manage community office and supervise Indigenous Community members 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 CDP workers.

Provide administrative support to CSM, including arranging community meetings, recording of minutes and ensuring correct governance procedures are adhered to. Provide relief for CSM as required. Administer online systems ensuring compliance.

Supervise and assist Indigenous community members in the following:

- Reception at front counter
- Telephone answering and message taking
- Mail management
- Faxing, filing & photocopying
- Airline and courier bookings
- Ensure visitors are made familiar with the Community and their material needs

Supervise and assist in:

- Ordering supplies and services
- Invoicing and paying accounts
- Coding receipts and payments according to the budget lines
- Monitoring expenditure in relation to the budget
- Preparing cash and cheque bank receipts
- Bank reconciliations
- Recording cash advances and reimbursements
- Computer data entry
- Ensuring cash security and accountability
- Processing bank deposits, withdrawals and transfers
- Updating Community Saving Cards and Advance summaries
- Family account payments, loan distributions and debtors records administered
- Collection counting, depositing and recording Pay Phone cash collections
- Other duties as directed by CSM




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SALARY:$67000 (salary packaging is available)
REMOTE ALLOWANCE: $4333 per annum
ACCOMM: Provided rent-free and includes utilities
ANNUAL LEAVE:8 weeks
AIRFARE: 1 return airfare per annum
WORK VEHICLE: Provided

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Yugul Mangi Ranger Coordinator

SUMMARY:

As the largest peak Indigenous organisation in Australia, the Northern Land Council (NLC) provides a family-friendly and flexible team environment with attractive remuneration packages, five weeks annual leave, district allowance, super, salary sacrifice, airfares and other entitlements.

Located in the Ngukurr Community on the Roper River in South Eastern Arnhem Land of the Northern Territory, this position is responsible for coordinating the Yugul Mangi Ranger Group in advancing the objectives of the Traditional Owners in managing their land and sea country. In consultation with Traditional Owners, you will develop and implement annual work plans, and provide day to day planning, supervision and logistical support to the Yugul Mangi rangers to ensure their effective and efficient management of caring for country activities.

The successful applicant will possess tertiary qualifications in either land management, natural resource management or community development, or extensive related experience consulting and working with Aboriginal communities on cultural, land and resource management activities and projects. Applicants should possess sound communication, negotiation and community consultation skills, with computer experience and the ability to manage budgets and produce reports within required deadlines is essential. You should have demonstrated ability to supervise and manage work teams in a remote location, with good knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal Caring for Country management issues and the opportunities and constraints affecting Aboriginal people’s involvement in land management.

Significant travel to remote areas is involved so possession of a ‘C’ Class driver’s licence and the ability to drive 4WD vehicles safely is essential.

 



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NGUKURR NT

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SALARY$69,117 - $82,597 pa + entitlements (depending on skills and experience)

Contact person: Mike Carmody (08) 8920 5136

Applications close COB Monday 6 August 2018

Applications must address all selection criteria. The Application Pack must be downloaded from our website www.nlc.org.au or contact HR at jobs@nlc.org.au or call (08) 8920 5183 or (08) 8920 5100.

Applicants must be Australian residents. NLC is an equal opportunity employer and encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply.



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Municipal Services Officer (MSO)

SUMMARY:

Working under the direction of the Community Services Manager (CSM), the role of the Municipal Services Officer (MSO) is to coordinate and carry out the delivery of municipal services activities in the Ngaanyatjarra Communities. Municipal services activities include:

• Power, water & sewerage maintenance – includes checking of powerhouse fuel tank/oil/coolant levels, maintaining powerhouse facility and solar panels, inspection and maintenance of bores, checking and maintenance of sewerage facilities and reporting to the RAESP service provider,

• Maintaining internal community roads – includes filling of pot holes and maintenance of drainage
• Airstrip maintenance – includes routine and essential maintenance of community airstrips (such as fencing repairs and airstrip clearing)
• Maintenance of community assets, building and infrastructure – includes the carrying out of routine checks, maintenance of assets, reporting on fuel use, reporting break-
downs
• Landscaping and fire protection – includes slashing, tree planting, watering and clean-up of potential fire hazards.
• Waste disposal – includes garbage collection, litter control and rubbish tip maintenance.

The MSO is also required to increase Indigenous participation in the workforce by coordinating, supporting and providing effective supervision to locally engaged Municipal Services Work Teams.

The MSO will also assist in the annual development and quarterly review of Municipal Service Plans.


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REMOTE ALLOWANCE: $4333 per annum
ACCOMM: Provided rent-free and includes utilities
ANNUAL LEAVE: 8 weeks
AIRFARE: 1 return airfare per annum
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Human Resource Manager

SUMMARY

AAC is a not-for-profit Aboriginal organisation with headquarters in Tom Price, Western Australia and we currently hold the Federal Community Development Programme contract over two regions (Hedland and Western Desert). Our footprint extends across much of the vast Pilbara region. Our mission is to establish and maintain an environment that benefits people through the creation of culturally appropriate employment and enterprise opportunities, and the provision of education and training services throughout the Pilbara.

This role will be responsible for the strategic and operational HR activities across all sites within the Ashburton Aboriginal Corporation (AAC) footprint. Continuing to deliver positive cultural change within a complex environment is a key expectation of the role along with the need to devise strategies that promote a high performance and supportive culture.

The Human Resource Manager will support AAC’s goals and objectives through the development of HR processes and systems. The HR Manager will lead HR within the organisation, be an active team member, and contribute to implementing the strategic directions of the AAC. This role must actively support and promote the values inherent to an Indigenous corporation, and display proficiency in areas of organisation, communication, consultation and decision-making.
The Human Resource Manager will set strategic goals and develop annual action plans for self, including the improvement of staff processes.




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Ashburton Aboriginal Corporation

PORT HEDLAND WA

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SALARY:$90000 (salary sacrifice is available)
ACCOMM: 1 or 2 bedroom (dep on employee's circumstances) unit in Port Hedland (Rent Free)
POWER SUBSIDY: $2600 per annum
ANNUAL LEAVE:5 weeks
AIRFARE ALLOWANCE: $1100 after 12 months service
WORK VEHICLE: Provided

Regular road travel between work sites is a requirement of this role (Port Hedland, Marble Bar, Tom Price, Newman).

Every 6 weeks the HR Manager will be required to attend a 5 day meeting in Perth. Air travel and accommodation will be provided.

Applications and enquiries: trans@transremote.com.au or Tel: 0419 599 617.

Applications close Monday 16 July 2018

 


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Municipal Services Officer (MSO)

SUMMARY:

Working under the direction of the Community Services Manager (CSM), the role of the Municipal Services Officer (MSO) is to coordinate and carry out the delivery of municipal services activities in the Ngaanyatjarra Communities. Municipal services activities include:

• Power, water & sewerage maintenance – includes checking of powerhouse fuel tank/oil/coolant levels, maintaining powerhouse facility and solar panels, inspection and maintenance of bores, checking and maintenance of sewerage facilities and reporting to the RAESP service provider,

• Maintaining internal community roads – includes filling of pot holes and maintenance of drainage
• Airstrip maintenance – includes routine and essential maintenance of community airstrips (such as fencing repairs and airstrip clearing)
• Maintenance of community assets, building and infrastructure – includes the carrying out of routine checks, maintenance of assets, reporting on fuel use, reporting break-
downs
• Landscaping and fire protection – includes slashing, tree planting, watering and clean-up of potential fire hazards.
• Waste disposal – includes garbage collection, litter control and rubbish tip maintenance.

The MSO is also required to increase Indigenous participation in the workforce by coordinating, supporting and providing effective supervision to locally engaged Municipal Services Work Teams.

The MSO will also assist in the annual development and quarterly review of Municipal
Service Plans.


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Ngaanyatjarra Council

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REMOTE ALLOWANCE: $4333 per annum
ACCOMM: Provided rent-free and includes utilities
ANNUAL LEAVE: 8 weeks
AIRFARE: 1 return airfare per annum
WORK VEHICLE: Provided



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Community Services Manager

SUMMARY

Under the direction of Ngaanyatjarra Council Aboriginal Corporation (NCAC) provide specific and effective advice on all matters related to the administration of community requirements, ensuring that the policies and aspirations of the community are effectively pursued.
To 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.

Manage community staff whether employed by the community, NCAC, Muns or any other body corporate controlled by the community. Oversee and assist with the administration of meetings. Oversee and assist with the administration of elections, ensuring that Constitutional Rules for elections are followed. Keep up to date records on all administrative matters. Provide the Community with regular advice and reports on all project activity. In consultation with the Chairman and Community Council members, act as a contact point for the community on administrative matters.




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JAMESON WA

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SALARY:$80000 (salary packaging is available)
REMOTE ALLOWANCE: $4333 per annum
ACCOMM: Provided rent-free and includes utilities
ANNUAL LEAVE:8 weeks
AIRFARE: 1 return airfare per annum
WORK VEHICLE: Provided

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Financial Capabilities Team Leader

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Commonwealth Financial Counselling (CFC) contributes to the program objectives by helping people in financial difficulty to address their financial problems. CFC provides one-on-one intensive support, including the provision of information, advocacy and referral to other service providers if necessary.

Financial Wellbeing and Capability services (FWCS) assist people to build longer-term capability to budget and manage their income better. Financial Wellbeing and Capability workers (FWCW) deliver financial literacy education, information and coaching and maintain a strong focus on supporting consumers to change their behaviours and ‘learn by doing’.

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. Accurate record management, statistical analysis and compliance to funding agreement at all times. Act as a resource and ascertain those areas in which the community identifies its needs for financial management educational programs to be introduced. 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.

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Warakurna WA

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SALARY:$61500 (salary packaging is available)
REMOTE ALLOWANCE: $3065 per annum
ACCOMM: Provided with subsidised power
ANNUAL LEAVE:5 weeks
AIRFARE ALLOWANCE: $1100 after 12 months service
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Housing Engagement Officer


Emama Nguda Aboriginal Corporation (ENAC) is a not-for-profit, Indigenous Community-based and managed charitable organisation governed by a Board, all of whom are elected by members of the organisation. ENAC has been operating in the Derby/Malarabah Region for the past 20 years.

Emama Nguda Aboriginal Corporation delivers a remote housing program, strategic business development and enterprise opportunities for local Indigenous people.

ENAC is seeking Expression of Interest Housing Engagement Officer

This position is subject to a three (3) month probationary period and will be offered on the basis of a fixed-term contract until 30 June 2019; with potential for an additional year’s extension.

ENAC is seeking someone with experience in housing management, data systems, report writing, and working with indigenous people. This person will also be responsible for ensuring all activity reporting is accurate and completed within agreed timeframes. Travel to the communities, many of which are remote, will be required.

A Passion for assisting with the housing needs of Indigenous people in remote communities is required for this position.

For information regarding this position please contact Ben Burton by phone on (08) 91931600 or email osm.emamanguda@bigpond.com

Please submit covering letter addressing the Selection Criteria and current resume to email: osm.emamanguda@bigpond.com or drop off at 1 Swain Street, Derby WA 6728

Please address and mark your covering letter and resume marked confidential to:

Operational Service Manager
Emama Nguda Aboriginal Corporation
PO Box 513
Derby WA 6728
E: osm.emamanguda@bigpond.com

Closing Date: 15 June.2018

Indigenous persons are strongly encouraged to apply


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BASE SALARY: $55,000
SUPERANNUATION: (9.5%) $5087.50
ANNUAL LEAVE LOADING (17.5%): $670.93
ANNUAL AIRFARE ALLOWANCE: $1,000.00
DISTRICT ALLOWANCE – single *:$3,907.00
TOTAL REMUNERATION:$65,665.43

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CDP Case Manager & Activities Officer
(Combined Position)

SUMMARY:

This role combines CDP activity supervision and case management functions.

Activity Supervision:

The CDP Case Manager & Activities Officer will be required to engage with CDP participants to facilitate and supervise Work for the Dole (WfD) activities. This will involve working with the community to identify, set-up and run WfD activities, supervising CDP participants, recording attendance at activities, providing on-the-ground supervision and working with participants to improve their employability.

Case Management:

The CDP Case Manager & Activities Officer will also be required to provide integrated case management services to CDP participants. This will involve engaging with CDP participants, developing job plans, regularly meeting with and providing ongoing support to CDP participants and completing associated IT processes. It will also require you to travel periodically to other Ngaanyatjarra Communities to provide outreach case management services.


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JAMESON WA

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SALARY: $67328 - $70380 (salary packaging is available)
REMOTE ALLOWANCE: $4333
ACCOMM: Provided rent-free and includes utilities
ANNUAL LEAVE: 8 weeks
AIRFARE: 1 return airfare per annum
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Housing Maintenance Trainer

SUMMARY

AAC is a not-for-profit Aboriginal organisation with headquarters in Tom Price, Western Australia and we currently hold the Federal Community Development Programme contract over two regions (Hedland and Western Desert). Our footprint extends across much of the vast Pilbara region. Our mission is to establish and maintain an environment that benefits people through the creation of culturally appropriate employment and enterprise opportunities, and the provision of education and training services throughout the Pilbara.

Operating in conjunction with the Corporation’s Community Development Program, and in accordance with the Ashburton Aboriginal corporate plans and policies and relevant legislation this position is responsible for overseeing and undertaking the Repairs and Maintenance of community housings in a remote community within the East Pilbara with Community Development Program participants. Experience in providing training and support to local indigenous people is highly desirable.

The possibility exists of part-time work for a partner in other activities.


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Ashburton Aboriginal Corporation

NULLAGINE WA

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SALARY:$61500 (salary packaging is available)
REMOTE ALLOWANCE: $3065 per annum
ACCOMM: Provided with subsidised power
ANNUAL LEAVE:5 weeks
AIRFARE ALLOWANCE: $1100 after 12 months service
WORK VEHICLE: Provided

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Community Services Manager

SUMMARY

Under the direction of Ngaanyatjarra Council Aboriginal Corporation (NCAC) provide specific and effective advice on all matters related to the administration of community requirements, ensuring that the policies and aspirations of the community are effectively pursued.
To 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.

Manage community staff whether employed by the community, NCAC, Muns or any other body corporate controlled by the community. Oversee and assist with the administration of meetings. Oversee and assist with the administration of elections, ensuring that Constitutional Rules for elections are followed. Keep up to date records on all administrative matters. Provide the Community with regular advice and reports on all project activity. In consultation with the Chairman and Community Council members, act as a contact point for the community on administrative matters.




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TJIRRKARLI WA

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SALARY:$80000 (salary packaging is available)
REMOTE ALLOWANCE: $4333 per annum
ACCOMM: Provided rent-free and includes utilities
ANNUAL LEAVE:8 weeks
AIRFARE: 1 return airfare per annum
WORK VEHICLE: Provided

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CDP Case Manager & Activities Officer
(Combined Position)

SUMMARY:

This role combines CDP activity supervision and case management functions.

Activity Supervision:

The CDP Case Manager & Activities Officer will be required to engage with CDP participants to facilitate and supervise Work for the Dole (WfD) activities. This will involve working with the community to identify, set-up and run WfD activities, supervising CDP participants, recording attendance at activities, providing on-the-ground supervision and working with participants to improve their employability.

Case Management:

The CDP Case Manager & Activities Officer will also be required to provide integrated case management services to CDP participants. This will involve engaging with CDP participants, developing job plans, regularly meeting with and providing ongoing support to CDP participants and completing associated IT processes. It will also require you to travel periodically to other Ngaanyatjarra Communities to provide outreach case management services.


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WARAKURNA WA

 

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SALARY: $67328 - $70380 (salary packaging is available)
REMOTE ALLOWANCE: $4333
ACCOMM: Provided rent-free and includes utilities
ANNUAL LEAVE: 8 weeks
AIRFARE: 1 return airfare per annum
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CDP (Womens) Activity Supervisor

SUMMARY:

This is a hands-on position where the focus will be on engaging Community Development Programme (CDP) participants to facilitate and supervise meaningful Work for the Dole (WfD) activities.

This will involve working with the community to identify, set-up and run WfD activities, recording attendance at activities, providing on-the-ground supervision, helping participants to achieve their aspirations and working with participants to improve their employability.

• Engage and consult with CDP participants and community members to identify relevant CDP activities in the community.
• Supervise, support and encourage CDP participants to attend Work for the Dole activities in the community.
• Contribute to the development of work skills and work habits of CDP participants through mentoring, training and support.
• Carry out relevant administrative tasks and assist with documentation of processes for CDP activities.
• Identify and implement appropriate and approved incentives to support attendance at CDP activities.
• Complete timesheets for CDP participants attending the CDP activities and forward to Perth office for processing on CDP IT system.
• Investigate and perform follow up actions to determine reason(s) for non-attendance at CDP activities.
• Instruct and/or coach CDP participants in the correct use and storage of tools and equipment.
• Where possible, incorporate language, literacy and numeracy training for CDP participants into the CDP activities.
• Identify training opportunities to address competency gaps and employment needs in CDP participants.

Manage CDP Activities
• Identify, plan and organise CDP activities in the community.
• Develop and implement project activity plans, budgets and risk assessments for CDP activities.
• Review health and safety requirements on a daily basis.
• Ensure CDP participants involved in the CDP activities are aware of health safety procedures and their obligations.
• Organise tools, equipment and materials for the CDP activities.
• Monitor spending in line with budget allocations and delegation limits.
• Allocate tasks to each CDP participant involved in the CDP activities.
• Ensure the CDP activity sites are kept tidy and any potential hazards are eliminated or minimized.



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WARBURTON WA

 

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SALARY: $67328 - $70380 (salary packaging is available)
REMOTE ALLOWANCE: $4333
ACCOMM: Provided rent-free and includes utilities
ANNUAL LEAVE: 8 weeks
AIRFARE: 1 return airfare per annum
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CDP Activity Supervisor

SUMMARY:

This is a hands-on position where the focus will be on engaging Community Development Programme (CDP) participants to facilitate and supervise meaningful Work for the Dole (WfD) activities.

This will involve working with the community to identify, set-up and run WfD activities, recording attendance at activities, providing on-the-ground supervision, helping participants to achieve their aspirations and working with participants to improve their employability.

• Engage and consult with CDP participants and community members to identify relevant CDP activities in the community.
• Supervise, support and encourage CDP participants to attend Work for the Dole activities in the community.
• Contribute to the development of work skills and work habits of CDP participants through mentoring, training and support.
• Carry out relevant administrative tasks and assist with documentation of processes for CDP activities.
• Identify and implement appropriate and approved incentives to support attendance at CDP activities.
• Complete timesheets for CDP participants attending the CDP activities and forward to Perth office for processing on CDP IT system.
• Investigate and perform follow up actions to determine reason(s) for non-attendance at CDP activities.
• Instruct and/or coach CDP participants in the correct use and storage of tools and equipment.
• Where possible, incorporate language, literacy and numeracy training for CDP participants into the CDP activities.
• Identify training opportunities to address competency gaps and employment needs in CDP participants.

Manage CDP Activities
• Identify, plan and organise CDP activities in the community.
• Develop and implement project activity plans, budgets and risk assessments for CDP activities.
• Review health and safety requirements on a daily basis.
• Ensure CDP participants involved in the CDP activities are aware of health safety procedures and their obligations.
• Organise tools, equipment and materials for the CDP activities.
• Monitor spending in line with budget allocations and delegation limits.
• Allocate tasks to each CDP participant involved in the CDP activities.
• Ensure the CDP activity sites are kept tidy and any potential hazards are eliminated or minimized.



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Ngaanyatjarra Council

WINGELLINA WA

 

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SALARY: $67328 - $70380 (salary packaging is available)
REMOTE ALLOWANCE: $4333
ACCOMM: Provided rent-free and includes utilities
ANNUAL LEAVE: 8 weeks
AIRFARE: 1 return airfare per annum
WORK VEHICLE: Provided



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CDP Case Manager

SUMMARY:

Provide integrated case management for CDP participants, including face-to-face appointments and associated IT processes for:
- direct registration of participants onto the CDP Programme;
- initial interviews with participants to inform them of their mutual obligation requirements under CDP, to DHS and determine their participation requirements;
- developing individual and tailored Job Plans in consultation with participants;
- initial and ongoing contact appointments with participants to review their progress and determine what assistance they require;
- placing CDP participants into suitable Work for the Dole activities;
- managing and processing participant attendance at Work for the Dole activities;
- completing Participation Reports for non-engagement in Work for the Dole activities; and
- referrals to relevant job vacancies and any other relevant services.

Manage CDP IT system diary appointments ensuring that participant contacts are conducted within the relevant timeframes.
Monitor CDP IT System Noticeboard daily and ensure all appointments are attended, non-participation reports are submitted (where relevant), pending participants are engaged in an appointment and participants with changed circumstances are reviewed.
Undertake JSCI reviews as circumstances change and in accordance with the relevant guidelines.
Consult and work with Activity Supervisors and other relevant stakeholders to facilitate the placement of participants in appropriate CDP activities.
Organise PPE for CDP participants attending Work for the Dole activities in liaison with the relevant Activity Supervisor.
Encourage and support participants to participate in CDP in accordance with their mutual obligations and Job Plan.
Coordinate the distribution and collection of weekly attendance lists and timesheets in liaison with Activity Supervisors.
Ensure accurate, appropriate and timely recording of attendance or non-attendance at activities in accordance with the relevant NCAC procedures.
Completion of follow up actions to establish active engagement of your caseload in Work for the Dole activities.
Investigate reasons for non-attendance at Work for the Dole activities.
Liaising with CDP Coordinator and other relevant CDP staff about any case management-related issues.
Provide relief supervision, mentoring and support to CDP participants attending Work for the Dole activities.
Supervise and assist CDP participants in office and administrative related functions.
Provide all reasonable assistance to Department of Human Services (DHS) or Centrelink, in accordance with organisational guidelines and Centrelink Agency contracts.
Assist participants to prepare resumes, job applications and to obtain relevant licences.



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ACCOMM: Provided rent-free and includes utilities
ANNUAL LEAVE: 8 weeks
AIRFARE: 1 return airfare per annum
WORK VEHICLE: Provided



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General Manager

SUMMARY:

This role forms  part of the Executive Management Team. It is responsible for the leadership of a diverse portfolio of  health functions including managing and administering the Ngaanyatjarra Health Service (NHS), under the direction of the CEO of Ngaanyatjarra Council in an accountable and culturally appropriate way.

The Ngaanyatjarra Health Service provides a range of services with a population health care focus across the Ngaanyatjarra region in Western Australia.  Health centres deliver primary and acute health care provided by Remote Area Nurses, Aboriginal Health Practitioners and specialist Population Health staff, supported by General Practitioners.  There is also a comprehensive program of visiting specialist medical and public health services.

Other services include environmental health programs, health promotion, social and emotional wellbeing programs, and a range of healthy ageing and disability supports.

NHS manages these services within a framework of three broad program areas of Clinical Services, Public Health and Aged and Disability.

NHS is AGPAL accredited and as an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation, service priorities and needs are informed by the key priorities of the Board as set out in the NHS strategic plan. All of the NHS  programs are supported by finance, human resources, patient liaison services, logistics and asset management based in Alice Springs, along with specific health system supports on the Ngaanyatjarra Lands and in Alice Springs, including workforce development and professional practice,continuous quality improvement and performance, health information and Medicare support



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Ngaanyatjarra Health Services

ALICE SPRINIGS NT

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SALARY: $150000
ANNUAL LEAVE: 4 weeks
REMOTE LEAVE: 1 week
WORK VEHICLE: Provided

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Municipal Services Officer (MSO)

SUMMARY:

Working under the direction of the Community Services Manager (CSM), the role of the Municipal Services Officer (MSO) is to coordinate and carry out the delivery of municipal services activities in the Ngaanyatjarra Communities. Municipal services activities include:

• Power, water & sewerage maintenance – includes checking of powerhouse fuel tank/oil/coolant levels, maintaining powerhouse facility and solar panels, inspection and maintenance of bores, checking and maintenance of sewerage facilities and reporting to the RAESP service provider,

• Maintaining internal community roads – includes filling of pot holes and maintenance of drainage
• Airstrip maintenance – includes routine and essential maintenance of community airstrips (such as fencing repairs and airstrip clearing)
• Maintenance of community assets, building and infrastructure – includes the carrying out of routine checks, maintenance of assets, reporting on fuel use, reporting break-
downs
• Landscaping and fire protection – includes slashing, tree planting, watering and clean-up of potential fire hazards.
• Waste disposal – includes garbage collection, litter control and rubbish tip maintenance.

The MSO is also required to increase Indigenous participation in the workforce by coordinating, supporting and providing effective supervision to locally engaged Municipal Services Work Teams.

The MSO will also assist in the annual development and quarterly review of Municipal
Service Plans.


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Ngaanyatjarra Council

JAMESON (MANTAMARU) WA

 

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SALARY:$67328 (salary packaging is available)
REMOTE ALLOWANCE: $4333 per annum
ACCOMM: Provided rent-free and includes utilities
ANNUAL LEAVE: 8 weeks
AIRFARE: 1 return airfare per annum
WORK VEHICLE: Provided



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Community Services Manager

SUMMARY

Under the direction of Ngaanyatjarra Council Aboriginal Corporation (NCAC) provide specific and effective advice on all matters related to the administration of community requirements, ensuring that the policies and aspirations of the community are effectively pursued.
To 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.

Manage community staff whether employed by the community, NCAC, Muns or any other body corporate controlled by the community. Oversee and assist with the administration of meetings. Oversee and assist with the administration of elections, ensuring that Constitutional Rules for elections are followed. Keep up to date records on all administrative matters. Provide the Community with regular advice and reports on all project activity. In consultation with the Chairman and Community Council members, act as a contact point for the community on administrative matters.




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Ngaanyatjarra Council

TJIRRKARLI WA

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SALARY:$80000 (salary packaging is available)
REMOTE ALLOWANCE: $4333 per annum
ACCOMM: Provided rent-free and includes utilities
ANNUAL LEAVE:8 weeks
AIRFARE: 1 return airfare per annum
WORK VEHICLE: Provided

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