Jobs

Working Together – employment opportunities at GLaWAC

Program Administrator – Culture

GLaWAC considers that being of Gunaikurnai heritage is a genuine occupational requirement for this position under s28 of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010 (Vic.)

The Program Administrator – Culture provides key administrative support to the GM of Culture, and GLaWAC, in the coordination of projects, events, and services for GLaWAC’s Culture team and Elders Council. You will be integral in designing and coordinating successful community and cultural events on behalf of the GM Culture, including Welcome to Country, Cultural Education and other events as required. You will work collaboratively with the Media and Communications Manager to input to internal and external communications publications and initiatives.

You will work with a broad range of stakeholders across the community to support the Culture team in the delivery of services and programs that will sustain and strengthen Gunaikurnai cultural practices.

The Program Administrator Culture is responsible for confidential and time-sensitive material and will ensure all duties are completed accurately and delivered with high quality and in a timely manner. The Program Administrator Culture provides
exceptional customer service and administrative support to the Culture team and all internal and external stakeholders.

Applications close Wednesday 8th September, 2021

Cultural Education & Engagement Officers
(Women’s & Men’s)

GLaWAC considers that being of Gunaikurnai heritage is a genuine occupational requirement for this position under s28 of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010 (Vic.)

This role will support the GM Culture and GLaWAC to achieve the cultural strategy by delivering educationally focussed initiatives that increase awareness and embed cultural practices both within GLaWAC and to external partners.

This will be achieved through a focus on educational program development and delivery through project planning, training, coaching and mentoring.

The Cultural Education /Engagement Officers will work with a broad range of stakeholders across the community and educational organisations to understand the opportunities and deliver programs that will support and strengthen Gunaikurnai cultural practices.

Applications close Wednesday 8th September, 2021

Water Engagement Officer

The Water Engagement Officer will coordinate and facilitate the Gunaikurnai Community to come together
on Country to talk about Gunaikurnai water rights and cultural water objectives and to evaluate the cultural health of waterways and set priorities.

A major focus of the position will be to contribute to the development of a water management plan for the Mitchell River water rights owned by the Gunaikurnai informed by Gunaikurnai Community engagement.

The Water Engagement Officer will also assist in coordinating Community and cultural events and provide administrative support to a Gunaikurnai Water Knowledge Holder Group and/or Gunaikurnai Community engagement on Country.

The position reports to the Policy and Programs Manager and will work collaboratively across teams to achieve the goals of GLaWAC’s members. Cultural support and advice will be provided through the GLaWAC Water Team.

Applications close Wednesday 8th September, 2021

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!