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Executive Director -  Corporate Services Logo
Executive Director - Corporate Services
  1. Location Negotiable
  2. Full Time
  3. Exp: 03 Jan 2022
  1. This job will close on 03 Jan 2022

Full Time | 3 Year Fixed Term | Location Negotiable (Any Capital City) IBA strongly encourages Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander candidates to apply Indigenous Business Australia partners and invests with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who want to own their future. We go further than provide money; we invest in people, places and ideas that are ready. We help make them real. We’re deeply invested in the financial success and economic independence of Indigenous Australians. It’s why we exist. We provide a range of services for Indigenous Australians to create wealth and accumulate assets, take up investment opportunities, create business enterprises that provide additional employment opportunities, and to purchase homes. We achieve these outcomes by applying a commercial focus, and by building mutually respectful and productive partnerships with Indigenous Australians, government, non-government and private sector organisations. Our staff align with our values of invested, informed, responsive, respected and connected.

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National Director - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Strategy Unit Logo
National Director - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Strategy Unit
  1. Brisbane
  2. Full Time
  3. Exp: 30 Jan 2022

Ahpra - Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency National Director of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Strategy Unit Full Time | Up to 5 Year Fixed Term (open to renewal) | Brisbane (Flexible) | TRP $160k-$220k Ahpra considers that being Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander is a genuine occupational requirement for this position. Open to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants only. About the organisation Ahpra and the National Scheme, in partnership with the National Scheme’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Strategy Group (the Strategy Group) have committed to eliminating racism within healthcare in Australia. Ahpra, as the health practitioner regulator, aims to make patient safety the norm for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples by ensuring registered health practitioners are practicing their profession in a culturally safe way. This commitment is demonstrated in the development and implementation of its key objectives. Ahpra’s overall mission is to protect the public by regulating health practitioners efficiently and effectively in the public interest to facilitate access to safer healthcare for all the community. Strategy and Policy exists to protect the public through whole of National Scheme strategy, policy, engagement and regulatory governance functions that are effective and responsive. The directorate provides high quality services that are national and run across the professions we regulate. The directorate works in partnership with National Boards and collaboratively with accreditation authorities and key partners. Ahpra is committed to improving the representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples in employment across all levels of the National Scheme to be representative of the communities in which we operate and serve.

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Manager, Indigenous Pedagogy Logo
Manager, Indigenous Pedagogy
  1. Melbourne, Melbourne
  2. Full Time
  3. Exp: 29 Dec 2021
  4. $113,629 + LOADING

Join the Learning Experience team and support Indigenous education within VE programs - Identified Indigenous position* Salary $113,629 plus loading p.a plus super and flexible work arrangements Full-time, continuing position, based at the RMIT City Campus (part-time may be available)

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Education and Care Consultant Inclusion Support Logo
Education and Care Consultant Inclusion Support
  1. Melbourne, Preston
  2. Part Time
  3. Exp: 26 Dec 2021
  4. $75,661.04 + Super
  1. This job will close on 08 Dec 2021

Want to make a difference to the lives of children with a leading not-for-profit-organisation?

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WorkForce Development Consultant Logo
WorkForce Development Consultant
  1. NSW Other, Bathurst
  2. Full Time
  3. Exp: 26 Dec 2021
  4. $60-$65k
  1. This job will close on 16 Dec 2021

As a Workforce Development Consultant, you will proactively promote VERTO’s programs and services with employers whilst working with your clients to create opportunities for sustainable employment.

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WorkForce Development Consultant
  1. NSW Other, Cowra
  2. Full Time
  3. Exp: 26 Dec 2021
  4. $60-$65k
  1. This job will close on 17 Dec 2021

As our Workforce Development Consultant, you will proactively promote VERTO’s programs and services with employers whilst working with your clients to create opportunities for sustainable employment.

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Manager
  1. ACT
  2. Full Time
  3. Exp: 28 Feb 2022
  1. This job will close on 28 Feb 2022

Australian Government – Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment Manager - Affirmative Measure- Indigenous (2021/6342) Full Time | Permanent, Ongoing | Booderee National Park, Jervis Bay ACT | EL1 - $110,092 - $118,412 The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under section 8(1) of the 'Racial Discrimination Act 1975'. This vacancy is only available to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people. Australia’s natural and cultural heritage is unique. Our land and seascapes are distinctive, home to plants and animals found nowhere else in the world, and to some of the oldest living cultures on earth. These environments and cultures are an essential part of our national identity, and visitors travel from across the country and the world to experience them. The Director of National Parks (the Director) is responsible for six national parks, the Australian National Botanic Gardens, 58 Australian Marine Parks and the Heard Island and McDonald Islands Marine Reserve established under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999. Parks Australia is the federal park agency that supports the Director, and they are a division of the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment (the Department). We work to showcase these natural and cultural wonders to the world, demonstrating to all why these places are so special, and inspiring communities to become more invested in their care and future. Booderee National Park, with its coastal habitats is one of three national parks, leased by their Aboriginal owners to the Director of National Parks, and jointly managed by Traditional Owners and Parks Australia. In addition to ongoing management of the park’s natural and cultural heritage, this branch also looks after Parks Australia’s corporate services from the office in Canberra including, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, Legal and Customer Experience and Destination Planning. Booderee National Park is owned by the traditional owners of the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community. The vision for Booderee National Park is to excel in the natural and cultural heritage management of Booderee by acknowledging and utilising traditional, contemporary, and scientific expertise. There are several units in Booderee National Park: • Country and Conservation Unit • Park Management and Operations Unit • Visitor Experience and Compliance Unit • Office of Joint Management Unit If you are interested in any of the above-mentioned units/sections and would like to know more, please email the contact officer to discuss further.

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Manager
  1. ACT
  2. Full Time
  3. Exp: 28 Feb 2022
  1. This job will close on 28 Feb 2022

Australian Government – Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment Manager - Affirmative Measure- Indigenous (2021/6342) Full Time | Permanent, Ongoing | Booderee National Park, Jervis Bay ACT | EL1 - $110,092 - $118,412 The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under section 8(1) of the 'Racial Discrimination Act 1975'. This vacancy is only available to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people. Australia’s natural and cultural heritage is unique. Our land and seascapes are distinctive, home to plants and animals found nowhere else in the world, and to some of the oldest living cultures on earth. These environments and cultures are an essential part of our national identity, and visitors travel from across the country and the world to experience them. The Director of National Parks (the Director) is responsible for six national parks, the Australian National Botanic Gardens, 58 Australian Marine Parks and the Heard Island and McDonald Islands Marine Reserve established under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999. Parks Australia is the federal park agency that supports the Director, and they are a division of the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment (the Department). We work to showcase these natural and cultural wonders to the world, demonstrating to all why these places are so special, and inspiring communities to become more invested in their care and future. Booderee National Park, with its coastal habitats is one of three national parks, leased by their Aboriginal owners to the Director of National Parks, and jointly managed by Traditional Owners and Parks Australia. In addition to ongoing management of the park’s natural and cultural heritage, this branch also looks after Parks Australia’s corporate services from the office in Canberra including, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, Legal and Customer Experience and Destination Planning. Booderee National Park is owned by the traditional owners of the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community. The vision for Booderee National Park is to excel in the natural and cultural heritage management of Booderee by acknowledging and utilising traditional, contemporary, and scientific expertise. There are several units in Booderee National Park: • Country and Conservation Unit • Park Management and Operations Unit • Visitor Experience and Compliance Unit • Office of Joint Management Unit If you are interested in any of the above-mentioned units/sections and would like to know more, please email the contact officer to discuss further.

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Team Leader
  1. ACT
  2. Full Time
  3. Exp: 28 Feb 2022
  1. This job will close on 28 Feb 2022

Australian Government – Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment Team Leader - Affirmative Measure- Indigenous (2021/6742) Full Time | Permanent, Ongoing | Booderee National Park, Jervis Bay ACT | APS 6 $85,833 - $97,454 The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under section 8(1) of the 'Racial Discrimination Act 1975'. This vacancy is only available to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people. Australia’s natural and cultural heritage is unique. Our land and seascapes are distinctive, home to plants and animals found nowhere else in the world, and to some of the oldest living cultures on earth. These environments and cultures are an essential part of our national identity, and visitors travel from across the country and the world to experience them. The Director of National Parks (the Director) is responsible for six national parks, the Australian National Botanic Gardens, 58 Australian Marine Parks and the Heard Island and McDonald Islands Marine Reserve established under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999. Parks Australia is the federal park agency that supports the Director, and they are a division of the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment (the Department). We work to showcase these natural and cultural wonders to the world, demonstrating to all why these places are so special, and inspiring communities to become more invested in their care and future. Booderee National Park, with its coastal habitats is one of three national parks, leased by their Aboriginal owners to the Director of National Parks, and jointly managed by Traditional Owners and Parks Australia. In addition to ongoing management of the park’s natural and cultural heritage, this branch also looks after Parks Australia’s corporate services from the office in Canberra including, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, Legal and Customer Experience and Destination Planning. Booderee National Park is owned by the traditional owners of the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community. The vision for Booderee National Park is to excel in the natural and cultural heritage management of Booderee by acknowledging and utilising traditional, contemporary, and scientific expertise. There are several units in Booderee National Park: • Country and Conservation Unit • Park Management and Operations Unit • Visitor Experience and Compliance Unit • Office of Joint Management Unit If you are interested in any of the above-mentioned units/sections and would like to know more, please email the contact officer to discuss further.

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Administration Assistant Logo
Administration Assistant
  1. Melbourne, Melbourne
  2. Part Time
  3. Exp: 24 Dec 2021
  1. This job will close on 06 Dec 2021

Melbourne International Comedy Festival are recruiting an Administration Assistant to join the Festival team.

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