- Regional NT > Tennant Creek
- Job posted on: 7th Dec 2021
- Applications close:
The Central Land Council (CLC) is a corporate Commonwealth entity established under the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976. The CLC represents traditional landowners, native title holders and other Aboriginal people across the southern half of the Northern Territory—an area of almost 780,000 square kilometres.
The CLC provides its constituents with advice, advocacy and practical assistance to support their aspirations, manage their land and realise and protect their rights.
Affirmative Action Recruitment Central Land Council job vacancies are advertised based on affirmative action as detailed by the Australian Public Service Commissioner's Directions 2016 work with the Racial Discrimination Act 1975.
Applicants with proof of Aboriginality are eligible in the first instance for this position only. Non-Aboriginal applicants need not apply. Should we be unsuccessful in finding a suitably qualified Aboriginal candidate, this role will be readvertised open to all applications.
Applicants must have qualifications and demonstrate essential criteria to be considered. An applicant selected under this affirmative action will be required to provide evidence of their eligibility prior to commencement, such as:
We are currently seeking a suitable qualified candidate for the following position:
CL 5 - CL 6 (Commencing at $71,156 progressing to $88,283) Fixed term contract to 31 March 2024
This position is based in Tennant Creek, you will coordinate, supervise and support the development and engagement of the Ranger team within the area. The coordinator will work with the rangers, traditional owners, the broader Community and other stakeholders in implementing a wide range of identified natural and cultural resource management actions in the region. The successful applicant will have relevant qualifications and/or demonstrated professional competence in ecology, natural resource management or related fields and have demonstrated experience in the effective coordination and supervision of small teams. Strong cross-cultural awareness, good interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively with Aboriginal people is essential. Please contact Sam Kendal on 08 8951 6211 for further information.
Central Land Council is dedicated to delivering ongoing professional development and career progression for their people. You'll have the opportunity to undertake a range of learning opportunities and be encouraged to take part in a number of new projects as the organisation continues to grow and innovate.
In return for your hard work and dedication, you'll be rewarded with an attractive base salary plus 13% superannuation. You will also have access to a range of additional benefits to greatly increase your overall package, including:
Most importantly, this role will allow you to work in a diverse environment where you have the potential to affect real change.
If you're interested in joining an innovative Land Council to use your skills to make a real difference - Apply Now!
As per the recent announcement from the NT Government's CHO and in line with CLC's Workplace COVID-19 Vaccination Policy, all workers are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by 24 December 2021.
An Ochre Card (working with vulnerable people check), National Police Clearance and a driver's licence are mandatory requirements for all employees employed at the Central Land Council.
For more information contact Leonie Jones on 08 8951 6377 or firstname.lastname@example.org, using the subject line: Ranger Group Coordinator - Tennant Creek enquiry via EthicalJobs.
Total effective package includes: base salary, district allowance, superannuation, leave loading, relocation assistance, annual airfare allowance and salary packaging options. Annual progression within the salary scale is subject to satisfactory performance. Progression is in accordance with annual increments set out in an enterprise agreement.
The filling of this vacancy is an affirmative measure under section 8(1) of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975.