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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.

Kija Ranger Coordinator - Warmun

This is an exciting opportunity to work in Kija country in the Northern Kimberley in Western Australia.
Kija country covers a vast area and comprises stunning tablelands, gorges and ravines, vast plains and amazing fresh water springs and waterholes. This area is home to the Kija people who have a strong connection to their ancestral land and culture, and today live across a number of communities in the region including the main community of Warmun.
The Kija Ranger Coordinator will take a lead role in growing the capacity and capabilities of the Kija ranger team, raise additional funding streams and progressing work on Healthy Country planning. You will work closely with a variety of partners including the Department of Agriculture, the Department of Biodiversity Conservation and Attractions, the Department of Prime Minister and cabinet, pastoralists, state NRM, WWF and many others. You will be reporting to and receive guidance from the KLC North & East Program Manager and Kija’s Healthy Country Advisory Committee (HCAC).
To be considered you will need to send in a copy of your resume, cover letter and addressed selection criteria. Further details on how to apply can be found on this link: Kija Ranger Coordinator - Seek

Applications close 24 November 2017.

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