- Job posted on: 10th Sep 2021
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The Yamatji Southern Regional Corporation (YSRC) is seeking a Heritage Manager – a key senior management role at YSRC. The Heritage Manager position provides the opportunity for the right person to establish policies and processes for Yamatji heritage management and has oversight of the day-to-day operations of YSRC’s cultural and heritage service in accordance with the Corporation’s ILUA obligations, Strategic Plan, Operational Plan, and Group Charter.
The Yamatji Southern Regional Corporation Ltd (YSRC) was established in January 2020, as part of the historic Yamatji Nation Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) with the State of Western Australia. The YSRC is the parent entity of the Yamatji Nation governance structure which includes the Prescribed Body Corporate, Bundi Yamatji Aboriginal Corporation (BYAC), Yamatji Enterprises Limited and the Joint Trustee established under the ILUA.
YSRC has established a Strategic Plan and vision, based on utilising the benefits of the ILUA. The YSRC is a growing team, working out of the Geraldton Headquarters with responsibility to implement the Strategic Plan and undertake day-to-day management of activities associated with its objectives.
YSRC promotes diversity and embraces a high standard of equal opportunity, health and safety, and ethical practice, and opportunity for Yamatji people. All employees are required to comply with relevant safety procedures/guidelines and equal opportunity principles at all times.
The Heritage Manager is a senior management role with oversight of day-to-day operations of YSRC’s cultural and heritage service in accordance with YSRC’s ILUA obligations, Strategic Plan, Operational Plan, and Group Charter. The Heritage Manager will also provide support to the YSRC related entities, including BYAC, the Cultural Authority, Cultural Committees and broader Yamatji Nation members in relation to cultural heritage and environmental matters.
This position creates a valuable opportunity to establish policies and processes for heritage management during an important stage of ILUA implementation, including adapting to oversee various business areas, including land and water management.
The full job description and detail can be found on the YSRC website: www.yamatjicentral.com.au.
For any initial queries, please contact YSRC on firstname.lastname@example.org, using the subject line: Heritage Manager enquiry via EthicalJobs.