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Work With Us

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.


Women Rangers Development Coordinator | Broome

Based in sunny Broome with extensive travel across the Kimberley and some travel nationally. This exciting position is to continue to build the capacity of women rangers across the Kimberley. The ideal candidate for this position will be passionate about indigenous land management, assisting to women to fulfil their aspirations in this field and creating new opportunities for Indigenous women rangers.

The role will work with industry and non-profit partners to maximise female engagement in the Indigenous Ranger Program and develop a national Women Rangers Network. At a regional level, the role will also build the capacity of Kimberley women rangers by supporting project delivery, facilitating training and professional development, and coordinating regional events and exchanges. The position will work closely with program managers, ranger coordinators, other training and admin staff as well as an extensive network of partner organisations to ensure a cohesive approach and maximise female engagement in the Kimberley ranger program and beyond.

Seek: Women Rangers Development Coordinator | Seek

Applications Close: 17 August 2018


Paruku IPA Coordinator | Mulan

An exciting opportunity to work on the Paruku Indigenous Protected Area (IPA) in the Southeast Kimberley / Great Sandy Desert region of Western Australia.

The Paruku IPA Coordinator will work together with the Paruku Ranger Coordinator and Tjurabalan Traditional Owners to ensure the IPA is managed by Traditional Owners in a manner consistent with customary law and the Paruku IPA Management Plan. They will achieve this by working in close partnership with the ranger team, other KLC staff, cultural advisors, the PBC and Advisory Group, as well as external project partners, on activities ranging from strategic planning and cross-functional collaborations to on-ground conservation and land management and monitoring. 

This position will be based at the Mulan community; however, a flexible arrangement may be considered for the right candidate.

To be considered you will need to apply through seek on the link below and send a copy of your resume and cover letter addressing the selection criteria. 

Seek: Paruku IPA Coordinator | Seek

Applications Close: 4:00pm, Friday, 31 August 2018


Project Officer  | Kununurra

Located in Kununurra,  The Project Officer plays an active and vital role in the coordination and delivery of a regionally based native title service to Traditional Owners throughout the Kimberley. This position works closely with other KLC units and Traditional Owner groups to progress native title determinations and provide post determination support to the Registered Native Title Body Corporate (RNTBC) and to advance native title rights and interests.

To be considered, you will need to apply through seek on the link below and send a copy of your resume, and cover letter addressing the selection criteria.  

Seek: Project Officer | Kununurra - Seek

Applications Close: Monday 4 August 2018