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Working Together – employment opportunities at GLaWAC

Program Manager – Corporate Services

The Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation is seeking a Program Manager (Corporate Services) to provide effective and successful management of the GLaWAC contracts register and contract obligations.

The successful candidate will:
– Oversee government reporting requirements, monitor budgets, and assist with the reporting of variances and project expenditure forecasts;
– Provide regular reporting, advice and information to General Managers and Project Managers regarding projects and emerging issues or risks;
– Liaise with Project Managers and key external stakeholders to gather information and provide support; and
– Review, make recommendations and implement suitable project management software.

The successful candidate will be a highly motivated and culturally sensitive person with a strong understanding of Aboriginal culture, and excellent cross-cultural administration, relationship, communication and project management skills.

Read the Position Description here.

For more info contact Mardi Edwards on 0421 818 748, or send a cover letter and resume to jobs@glawac.com.au

Closing date: Friday 2nd December, 2022

GLaWAC are always looking to create new opportunities for community and we will post them here and on our Facebook page as they arise.

If you would like to know more about our jobs and training packages please get in touch with Mardi Edwards at jobs@glawac.com.au

Our commitment to our staff

At the Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation we understand that our employees are one of our greatest strengths as an organisation.

We strive to fulfil the aspirations of the Gunaikurnai people, as detailed in the Gunaikurnai Whole of Country Plan.

GLaWAC is a stable corporation that continues to grow and increase its influence across our Country. We are building capacity to address disadvantage whilst creating many and varied opportunities for Gunaikurnai people. We are committed to offering employment opportunities to our members and community first.

GLaWAC seeks to become a major employer of the Gunaikurnai people, while also creating more supportive and secure opportunities for Gunaikurnai to work with other organisations.

We offer professional and personal development opportunities such as traineeships and pre-employment programs to develop your skills and training opportunities.

GLaWAC offers its staff monthly cultural activities as well as excellent personal development opportunities. Come and be part of a small team making a big difference for the Aboriginal community people in Gippsland!