We are the largest brewer in Australia, bringing together four large and four small breweries across the country – from the iconic XXXX Brewery in Queensland and Boag’s Brewery in Tasmania to craft breweries such as Malt Shovel Brewery in Sydney and Little Creatures in Fremantle and Geelong. Big or small, ale or lager, we believe in beer and are champions of our industry. From land to hand our brews are made from only 4 core ingredients – water, barley, hops and malt. Lion source over 100,000 tonnes of barley on an annual basis from an industry that engages with over 1000 farmers, who are involved in barley farming. We have led the way in providing Australians flavoursome and credible lower alcohol alternatives, helping to embed moderation as a normal part of life. In fact, the biggest beer in the country – XXXX GOLD – is now mid-strength, and we’re proud to have led that change. In a mature market our aim is to build high value brands and categories, and to reinvigorate interest in and appreciation of beer. To do this we are proactively investing in a strategy we call Vibrant Beer Culture (VBC) – where people drink for the right reasons, appreciate a good beer, and are part of a sociable community. Our recent investment in a tourism and hospitality experience around the historic James Boag’s Brewery in Launceston is a great example. Here we are transforming the brewery into an area where people can learn more about beer and connect and be sociable – including brewery tours and tastings, displays of historical items from Launceston’s brewing history, a restaurant and bar overlooking the brewery and a unique space to accommodate larger conferences and functions. Delivering on the needs and expectations of our customers remains critical to our long-term success and our ability to grow our categories for mutual benefit.
About the role In line with Lion’s Reconciliation Action Plan, the successful candidate will plan and coordinate internal and external stakeholder engagement, RAP communications and monitor RAP initiatives. In partnership with the People and Culture team, you will: • Support the implementation and management of Lion cultural capability training program • Support the exploration and development of community investment partnerships with Indigenous stakeholders in the communities in which we operate in consultation with the appropriate local leaders in the organisation. Key Responsibilities • Develop and manage Lion Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander stakeholder relationships • Co-ordinate appropriate engagement with traditional owner groups, community groups, representative bodies and relevant stakeholders • Manage external RAP consultants and partners • Consult on the long-term cultural capability framework in collaboration with the People and Culture Team • Support the successful implementation of Lion’s RAP by providing best practice research and advice • Raise awareness and advocacy for Lion’s RAP through communication, education and coordination of events and programs, including participation in Inductions, Town Halls and other interactive and educational sessions • Support in the development of RAP and Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander communications in collaboration with the Lion LER/ Communications Team • Manage the governance and coordination of Lion’s RAP working group • Monitor and report on the implementation of Lion’s RAP activities
About you You will identify as an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person and have experience in project management and administration, preferably in the Indigenous sector. You will be able to show you can work effectively across a complex stakeholder landscape to proactively deliver all programs and activities relating to the success of Lion’s Reconciliation Action Plan. To do this, you will have skills and capabilities in: • Project management, leadership and administration • Community development and engagement You will also have: • Ability to liaise with and build productive relationships with a wide group of stakeholders, internal, government, corporate, sports, education and not for profit. • Ability to develop long lasting partnerships in the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander communities • Ability to implement cultural capability programs • Business accumen • Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline To be successful in this role you will be articulate and energetic - a proud Lion employee with a focus on outcomes and opportunities for the Indigenous sector. You will bring with you a wealth of knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal cultures, and a proven ability to build Aboriginal community capacity. Your understanding of good project management, customer focus and cultural competency has been gained through working in similar positions.
Sydney CBD | Part-Time (3 days per week) $82,848 - $124,272 pro rata exclusive of superannuation Permanent On-going Position
How to Apply All applications must be made in writing and include the following: · Current CV not to exceed 5 pages · Cover letter outlining why you have applied for the position – no more than one page. · Your claims against the key responsibilities - up to 3 pages. Applications are to be emailed to [email protected] with the heading “Lion – Manager, Indigenous Partnerships and Reconciliation ” in the subject line. Applications must be received by midnight Monday 14th December 2020. Unfortunately, late submissions will not be accepted. How to get more information For further information on the position, please contact Pipeline Talent via phone or email for a confidential discussion [email protected] 02 8001 6603.