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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.

Anthropologist | Broome 

The position of Anthropologist is responsible for assisting in and undertaking effective anthropological research in accordance with the Native Title Act and the Kimberley Land Council’s priorities, policies and procedures.

NOTE: Under Section 27 of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 (“the Act”) ‘Genuine Occupational Qualification’ – KLC may declare this a male specific position. Therefore, applications from males only will be accepted as meeting the essential criteria.

To be considered, you will need to apply through SEEK (click on the link)  SEEK | Anthropologist and send a copy of your resume, and cover letter addressing the selection criteria. Applications to be received by: COB Monday 15 July 2019

 

Legal Officer| Broome 

The Legal Officer works in close collaboration with and direction of the Senior Legal Officer as part of a team that provides legal services to native title holders throughout the Kimberley region, predominantly in relation to the provision of legal services to Prescribed Bodies Corporate (PBC) in the post-determination context and also includes advising native title claim groups on Future Acts and agreements in relation to their country.

To be considered, you will need to apply through SEEK (click on the link) SEEK | Legal Officer and send a copy of your resume, and cover letter addressing the selection criteria. Applications to be received by: COB Monday 15 July 2019


General Counsel | Broome 

The position of General Counsel is responsible for the communication, monitoring, performance, compliance and reporting obligations of the KLC including governance and best practice with regards to the CATSI Act, the Constitution, Native Title Act 1993 (Cth) and other legal and regulatory requirements.

To be considered, you will need to apply through SEEK (click on the link) SEEK | General Counsel and send a copy of your resume, and cover letter addressing the selection criteria. Applications to be received by: COB Monday 15 July 2019

 

Project Officer 

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 especially in relation to post determination support, compliance and advancement

There are two (2) positions available:

  • Based in Kununurra, the position of Project Officer, East Kimberley, is full-time for a 24 month period.

  • Based in Broome, the position of Project Officer, West Kimberley is full-time for a 12 month period.

  • Both positions are dependent upon funding and may be extended for a further 12 months at a later date.

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. Applications to be received by: COB Monday 15 July 2019

Seek: SEEK | Project Officer - Broome

Seek: SEEK | Project Officer - Kununurra

 

Healthy Country Planning Manager| Broome

The primary function of the Healthy Country Planning Manager is to support Traditional Owners (TOs) and Prescribed Bodies Corporate (PBC) to articulate their aspirations and management objectives for land and water, in the context of State Joint Management Negotiations for the Proposed Buccaneer Marine Park and Yurriyangem Taam National Park.

To be considered, you will need to apply through SEEK (click on the link) SEEK | Healthy Country Planning Manager send a copy of your resume, and cover letter addressingthe selection criteria. Applications to be received by: COB Monday 8 July 2019