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Chief Executive Officer - Broome

Karajarri Traditional Lands Association

WHO WE ARE

Karajarri people are the traditional owners of the land and waters along the southwest Kimberley coast. Karajarri country is the source of spirit, culture and language for our people.

The Karajarri Traditional Lands Association (KTLA) is the Registered Native Title Body Corporate established in 2002 to represent the Karajarri people. Through the Karajarri Ranger and Indigenous Protected Area programs we manage more than 32,000 square kilometres of jurarr (coastal areas) and pirra (inland areas). Our people believe all forms of life and ecological processes, including the landscape, people, language and customs, are Pukarrikarrajangka — from the Dreamtime. Karajarri country is the source of spirit, culture and language for our people. We understand that it’s crucial to both look after our country and to create sustainable futures and opportunities for our people on country. The work of our Registered Native Title Body Corporate is directed by our cultural leaders and Karajarri Traditional Owners in line with our vision: Karajarri people living well, on Country.

WHO YOU ARE

You are an outcomes focussed senior manager with extensive commercial and people-management experience. You have a strong track record of delivering projects, developing employee capability, and successfully develop and nurture relationships with external stakeholders and funding bodies. You have knowledge of the Native Title Act and an understanding of the challenges faced by PBCs. You effectively represent indigenous people and their interests to government and other external stakeholders.

POSITION SUMMARY

Working alongside the KTLA Board, you will strengthen the leadership, commercial management, financial performance, and strategic development of the corporation.

This position is based in Broome and will be for a 2-year term, with extension possible by mutual agreement.

CEO’s ACCOUNTABILITIES

  1. Review and identify opportunities to improve the corporation’s operations
  2. Drive the corporation’s strategic objectives in accordance with the strategic plans endorsed by the KTLA Board
  3. Evaluate business development opportunities and improve fee-for-service income through the ongoing development of the Cultural & Heritage Arm.
  4. Manage grant funding
  5. Strengthen external stakeholder partnerships and relationships
  6. Financial oversight and accountability; and overarching accountability to funding bodies, the community, stakeholders and the Board of Directors.
  7. Lead a small but focussed team of professional managers and staff, characterised by its constructive and collaborative culture.

BENEFITS

  • Base salary of $100k-$120k per annum dependent on experience
  • 10% superannuation on OTE
  • 4-weeks annual leave
  • 1-week remote leave
  • Annual leave travel time (subject to conditions)
  • Annual leave loading of 17.5% paid on 4-weeks
  • District Allowance (Single $3,199 or Family $6,398k)
  • Annual Travel Allowance of $1200 after every 12-month continuous service
  • If recruited beyond the Kimberley Region: Relocation and removal allowances for travel and personal effects and a rental allowance of up to $250 per week may apply
  • As KTLA are a Not-for-Profit organisation, salary packaging is available

Whilst this is not a designated/identified Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander position, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

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