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Senior Project Officer - Business Development

Aboriginal Medical Services Alliance Northern Territory
  • Level 3 Step 7 - $90,104.70 per annum (pro rata)
  • 6 weeks of annual leave, 17.5% of leave loading (pro rata)
  • Part-time 0.6 FTE, Darwin-based position with some NT-wide travel required
  • Opportunity to access PBI salary packaging


AGMP is the only, not-for-profit Aboriginal governance and management service, providing capacity building to Aboriginal Board members and the management of Aboriginal organisations in the NT. In line with Priority Area 2 of Closing the Gap, AGMP’s goal is to strengthen the Aboriginal community-controlled sector by increasing the knowledge, skills and confidence in good governance and organisational leadership of Aboriginal organisations. Due to the high demand for its services, the AGMP seeks to extend its services by conducting a feasibility study into a fee-for-service model.


This feasibility study will look at the market for fee-for-service work, trial new resources and workshop materials with a new client-base, and will develop an updated business model and staffing structure incorporating a proportion of sustainable, self-generated revenue for the future. More broadly, this expansion would enable the AGMP to diversify its funding stream and grow the service, whilst strengthening its capacity to deliver accessible, free support for small Aboriginal Corporations in need.


  • Sound knowledge and understanding of the governance and management issues affecting Aboriginal people in the NT.
  • An understanding of and commitment to the principles of community control and self-determination for Aboriginal people in the NT.
  • Experience developing small business modelling, enterprise development and /or undertaking feasibility studies into economic growth in the not-for-profit sector.
  • Demonstrated experience managing projects within tight timeframes and with minimal supervision.
  • Superior skills in undertaking research and drafting high level policy and planning documents.

For a copy of the job description, please visit our website aboriginalgovernance.org.au. For any other query, please contact HR on 08 8944 6664.

The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include national police check, and working with children check.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander persons are strongly urged to apply.

Closing date: 14 June 2021

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