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Interested in working with Kimberley Aboriginal people to make a difference? The KLC offers a range of rewarding careers and the chance to work in a dynamic and challenging environment. We provide a great working culture that includes a number of generous employee benefits.


Job title: Gooniyandi Ranger Coordinator
Location: Fitzroy Crossing

We are seeking a Gooniyandi Ranger Coordinator to work closely with a small group of Indigenous rangers across the Gooniyandi Native Title area. The Ranger Coordinator works closely with Traditional Owners to enable land and sea management activities in line with the aspirations of Gooniyandi people.

The successful candidate will have experience in Natural Resource Management/Community Development/Agricultural or other related field as well as demonstrated experience and confidence in working with Aboriginal communities, managing small teams and/or coordinating on-ground natural and cultural resource management projects, preferably with Indigenous organisations and/or in arid and remote regions of Australia.

CLICK HERE to download the Gooniyandi Ranger Coordinator job kit.

How to apply:

Your application must include:
A covering letter introducing yourself and explaining why you have applied for this position.
A detailed response to the selection criteria
Your current resume

For further information on this position please contact wil.bennett@klc.org.au.
Indigenous people are encouraged to apply.
Applications for this position are to be received no later than 5:00pm 27 July 2017.
We reserve the right to commence recruitment proceedings immediately and to close this advertisement early should a candidate be located.

Apply online (preferred)
Apply for this job via Seek: https://www.seek.com.au/job/33859510?type=standard&userqueryid=ef5a4f3d723da4047960999763e2d4f6-0515868

OR by post
Address applications to:

Human Resources Manager
Kimberley Land Council
PO Box 2145
Broome WA 6725

Applications may also be sent electronically to hr@klc.org.au, or by fax 08 9193 6279.



Job title: Nyul Nyul Ranger Coordinator
Location: Beagle Bay

We are seeking a Nyul Nyul Ranger Coordinator to work closely with a small group of Indigenous rangers. There will be a requirement for the Coordinator to monitor, evaluate, and report on Ranger activities in order to fulfil contractual obligations with project partners and/or funding bodies, to foster continuous improvement of work practices, and to communicate Ranger work activities to Beagle Bay and outstation residents.

The successful candidate will have experience in Natural Resource Management/Community Development/Agricultural or othre elated field as well as a demonstrated experience and confidence working with Aboriginal communities, managing small teams/and or coordinating on-ground natural and cultural resource management projects, preferably with Indigenous organisations and/or arid and remote regions of Australia.

CLICK HERE to download the Nyul Nyul Duty Statement.

For further information on this position please contact wil.bennett@klc.org.au.
Indigenous people are encouraged to apply.
Applications for this position are to be received no later than 5:00pm 27 July 2017.
We reserve the right to commence recruitment proceedings immediately and to close this advertisement early should a candidate be located.

Apply online (preferred)
Apply for this job via Seek: https://www.seek.com.au/job/33919629?type=standard&userqueryid=ef5a4f3d723da4047960999763e2d4f6-0515868

OR by post
Address applications to:

Human Resources Manager
Kimberley Land Council
PO Box 2145
Broome WA 6725

Applications may also be sent electronically to hr@klc.org.au, or by fax 08 9193 6279.



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