- Regional WA > Geraldton
- $80,000 - $90,000 per annum
- Job posted on: 2nd Jun 2022
- Applications close:
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, 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.
The Business Development Unit (BDU) is a not-for-profit operational unit operating under the Yamatji Southern Regional Corporation Ltd (YSRC). The Business Development Unit is committed to creating a sustainable Yamatji Nation and a transformative regional economy that empowers our people; promotes and protects our cultural heritage; and enhances our wellbeing. Its mission is to support the Yamatji community, families and individuals secure their personal economic independence and wealth creation.
The YSRC Project Coordinator is an exciting new role with oversight of day-to-day coordination of projects and processes in accordance with YSRC’s ILUA obligations, Strategic Plans, Operational Plan, and Group Charter. The Economic Project Coordinator will provide support to YSRC Group projects across the organisation to completion, in relation to economic opportunities.
This role will be given the responsibility of portfolios that align with strategical aspirations of the YSRC Groups, in particular the Departments of the Economic Arm, Governance, and This is a unique role with opportunity to develop clients business needs where there has not been scope or capacity to do so before.
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More information on the Yamatji Nation ILUA land commitment can be found here.