Jobs

Working Together – employment opportunities at GLaWAC

GLaWAC has a number of exciting new opportunities to join our team. Come and join our unique workplace with excellent cultural and personal development opportunities.

Bushfire Recovery Crew

Kalimna West
Casual

Bushfire Recovery Crew undertake a variety of environmental monitoring and management activities on traditional Gunaikurnai Land and Waters to assist in the investigation of species and culturally significant areas to understand and assess the effects of fire impact.

Bushfire Recovery Crew understand, support and protect the further development of Gunaikurnai Traditional knowledge, values and culture by sharing knowledge with agencies and community.

Click here to read the Position Description

– Women are encouraged to apply
– GLaWAC is a COVID safe workplace
– Applicants must have a Drivers Licence or be close to getting it
– Applicants must be willing to undergo drug/alcohol testing

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

Joint Management Ranger Trainee

Traralgon

Joint Management (JM) Ranger Trainees undertake a variety of environmental monitoring and management activities on traditional Gunaikurnai Land and Waters.

The role is primarily responsible for assisting On Country Crew in the implementation and ongoing support for 10 joint management areas by assisting with land management, recreational and conservation outcomes across the protected areas through funded activities generated by Parks Victoria. The position will contribute to the successful implementation of the Gunaikurnai Traditional Owner Land Management Board (TOLMB) and the Gunaikurnai people.

JM On Country Field staff understand, support and protect the further development of Gunaikurnai Traditional knowledge, values and culture by sharing knowledge with agencies and community.

Click here to read the Position Description

– Women are encouraged to apply
– GLaWAC is a COVID safe workplace
– Applicants must have a Drivers Licence or be close to getting it
– Applicants must be willing to undergo drug/alcohol testing

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

NRM Crew Trainee

Kalimna & Morwell

NRM Crew Trainees contribute to natural resource management, recreational and conservation outcomes across the protected areas through fee-for-service activities generated by GLaWAC. The role is accountable for the delivery of on-ground works including, but not limited to maintenance of assets and facilities and the field delivery of environmental projects.
NRM Crew Trainees understand, support and protect the further development of Gunaikurnai Traditional knowledge, values and culture by sharing knowledge with agencies and community.

Click here to read the Kalimna-based Position Description

Click here to read the Morwell-based Position Description

– Women are encouraged to apply
– GLaWAC is a COVID safe workplace
– Applicants must have a Drivers Licence or be close to getting it
– Applicants must be willing to undergo drug/alcohol testing

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

NRM Manager – Latrobe Valley

Morwell
Full time

The NRM Manager contributes to the land management, recreational and conservation outcomes across the protected areas through fee-for-service activities generated by GLaWAC. The role is accountable for leading the delivery of on-ground works in the Valley and Gippsland including, but not limited to maintenance of assets, infrastructure, and facilities and the field delivery of environmental projects. NRM On Country Field staff understand, support and protect the further development of Gunaikurnai Traditional Knowledge, values and culture by sharing knowledge with agencies and community.

This role will provide day to day supervision for the NRM Valley crew of on-site field staff including: the assignment of daily work tasks; on the job development (e.g training); ensuring that all OH&S requirements at the worksite and vehicles etc. are fulfilled and all risks reported and either resolved or managed. The NRM Manager has a significant responsibility to provide ongoing coaching and mentoring to develop crew skill levels and confidence.

Click here to read the Position Description

– Women are encouraged to apply
– GLaWAC is a COVID safe workplace
– Applicants must have a Drivers Licence or be close to getting it
– Applicants must be willing to undergo drug/alcohol testing

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

RAP Site Monitor

Kalimna West
Casual

The Site Monitor is responsible for supporting the legislative and cultural requirements of GLaWAC RAP function for the collection of aboriginal cultural heritage through fieldwork to survey, excavate, and identify cultural artefacts, objects, skeletal remains, sites and areas of significance under the stewardship of the Cultural Heritage Officers.

The Site Monitors are also responsible for working collaboratively with the Gunaikurnai people to collect intangible cultural heritage.

Click here to read the Position Description

– Women are encouraged to apply
– GLaWAC is a COVID safe workplace
– Applicants must have a Drivers Licence or be close to getting it
– Applicants must be willing to undergo drug/alcohol testing

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

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 job@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!