GLaWAC is currently seeking applications for a number of roles including four dedicated Gunaikurnai positions and two management positions. To learn more about the roles and to download the Position Descriptions read below and click on the relevant links.

We offer flexible working conditions and these roles can either be based at our corporate headquarters at Forestec in Kalimna or at shared offices with the West Gippsland Catchment Management Authority in Traralgon, unless specified. GLaWAC offers its staff monthly cultural activities and education as well as excellent personal development opportunities. Come and be part of a small team making a big difference for the Gunaikurnai people in Gippsland!

Closing dates for applications

Applications for the RAP Cultural Heritage Site Monitor position close on Monday 25 March 2019. Applications for all other roles close on Thursday 11 April 2019.

Any questions?

If you have any questions about the roles please contact Mardi Edwards, our HR Manager on 0421 818 848 or express your interest by emailing jobs@glawac.com.au. People interested in the Traineeship can also contact Fleur Hawke on 02 5152 5100.

Gunaikurnai positions:

RAP Cultural Heritage Site Monitor – this is a casual position and a condition of employment is the successful completion of a Rail Induction Card. Training will commence on Friday 29 March 2019.

Joint Management (JM) Ranger Trainee – one full-time traineeship based in the Latrobe Valley. An exciting opportunity to learn on the job and achieve a Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management, a nationally-recognised qualification at the end of the 18-month traineeship.

Cultural Education and Engagement Officer – two positions available, one for a GK woman and one for a GK man.

Management positions open to suitably qualified and experienced people:

Policy and Program Manager – a new role for an experienced manager reporting to the COO to work directly with the community and collaboratively across GLaWAC, developing policies on fire, forestry, water and other On Country matters.

Strategic Communications Manager – a new role for an experienced manager reporting to the CEO to work collaboratively across GLaWAC and with external stakeholders to establish GLaWAC’s profile as a sustainable Aboriginal corporation within the Gippsland Region.