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An incredible opportunity is now available to take on an important role within our growing organisation. Based at our Manmoyi ranger base the successful applicant will be tasked with assisting Warddeken Land Management to deliver world-class results for the country and people of the Arnhem Land Plateau.
The Warddeken Indigenous Protected Area covers 14,000 square kilometers of rugged escarpments and includes the Northern Territory’s most biodiverse environments. This region is exceptional in its natural and cultural value and breathtaking in its beauty. Professionally, the lifestyle in this extraordinarily remote place is fantastic and the work challenging yet personally rewarding.
The Warddeken Daluk (Women’s) Engagement Officer will work with the women of the Manmoyi community to support their engagement in the workplace with Warddeken Land Management. This will be a diverse role requiring the successful applicant to work collaboratively with community and other staff to plan and implement a broad range of initiatives.
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