Working and Living Remote, Salary Sacrifice, Aboriginal Community.
About the business
Our mission is to create a sustainable future for our community, one that allows us all to take care of our country and to thrive as a community.
We are one clan with many connections. We are the voice of our community. We undertake our mission understanding that everything we do is done with respect for each other, an acknowledgement of our past and a determination to make our own future.
Be financially sustainable, have a clear plan for the future that will enable our next generations to be empowered with self-determination.
We are one clan with many connections Everything we do is done with respect for each other, an acknowledgement of our past and a determination to make our own future.
- Good Governance: DAC Board members provide strong leadership through accountable and transparent governance, responsible financial management, strategic corporate planning and operational delivery.
- Improving Our Quality of Life: DAC makes strong choices to better the quality of life in Djarindjin and our broader community.
- Protect and care for culture and country: DAC is committed to the protection of culture, environment and the natural resources through the implementation of environmental best practice including; animal health, waste management, recycling, energy efficient practices and the development of safe green spaces.
.Capacity Building and Employment Creation: DAC provides support and resources for employment and training to build the capacity of our community.
About the role
Relationship Building: Establishes and maintains relationships with a broad range of people including Indigenous people; promotes harmony and consensus through diplomatic handling of disagreements; builds trust through consistent actions, values and communication.
You will also have a capacity to assist Staff, internal and external stakeholders, and community members through knowledge of the roles and processes of the Djarindjin Aboriginal Corporation and how to access these systems.
Communication: Confidently conveys ideas and information accurately and in a clear and timely manner; handles difficult and sensitive communications well. Strong Administration skills: You should have experience working in a office in a sole charge capacity.
An understanding of the complexity of Indigenous community dynamics, including the social and economic circumstances faced by many Indigenous people and communities.
An ability to anticipate and understand the different needs and concerns of clients, stakeholders and colleagues and to manage difficult issues.
Some out of hours work, and occasional travel to remote communities necessitating overnight absences may be required.
Appointment will be to a specific role and depending on organisational needs, you may be assigned to other areas to perform work of a similar nature appropriate to the classification on a temporary or continuing basis.
It is a condition of employment with Djarindjin Aboriginal Corporation that you must be an Australian Resident; have a current criminal history check (no older than three months at commencement of employment and as required throughout period of employment).
This position description is indicative of the range of job requirements. The position comprises other duties as required.
Cooperate with his or her employer with respect to any action taken by the employer to comply with a requirement imposed by or under this Act or regulation.
. To apply for this position or for further enquiries please forward your resume to [email protected] including the position title and any questions you need to ask before applying for this position
If you are successful and are from outside Western Australia you will be required to mandatory isolate for 14 days, Djarindjin Aboriginal Corporation will cover this cost.
All applications will be treated confidentially and only those with the rights to work full time in Australia will be considered. Due to the high volume of applications, only those have been shortlisted will be contacted.
Djarindjin Aboriginal Corporation is an equal opportunity employer and we encourage people from diverse backgrounds to apply. We also encourage people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background to apply.
Benefits and perks
Accommodation may be available with rent reduction
2 Weeks Toil
6 weeks annual leave
Relocation cost if needed
Skills and experience
Previous Management or equivalent experience
Strong Computer skills
Able to become a Centrelink Agent