- Competitive salary and benefits package, five weeks annual leave and 13.5% superannuation
- Temporary accommodation and relocation assistance available
- Professional development opportunities available
The Central Land Council (CLC) is a corporate Commonwealth entity established under the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976. The CLC represents traditional landowners, native title holders and other Aboriginal people in the southern half of the Northern Territory—an area of almost 780,000 square kilometres.
The CLC provides its constituents with advice, advocacy and practical assistance to support their aspirations, manage their land and realise and protect their rights.
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PLAN
Eligible Aboriginal applicants will be granted priority consideration for this vacancy. If an Aboriginal applicant is selected, the remaining non-Aboriginal applicants will not be assessed.
Applicants must have relevant qualifications and demonstrate that they meet essential criteria in order to be considered. An applicant selected under this affirmative action plan will be required to provide evidence of their eligibility prior to commencement, such as:
- completed statutory declaration form, or
- supporting statement from an appropriate Aboriginal organisation
ANTHROPOLOGIST – LT013 – ALICE SPRINGS
CL 5 – CL 6 (Commencing at $74,683 progressing to $92,659)
This position is based in Alice Springs you will be responsible for conducting anthropological research consistent with relevant legislation and CLC’s policies, procedures, current priorities and needs. You will conduct research into Aboriginal cultural significance of, the traditional Aboriginal ownership of and/or native to lands in the NT, ensuring compliance with ALRA and NTA and the NT Aboriginal Sacred Sites Act. The successful candidate will have tertiary qualifications in Anthropology and a demonstrated understanding and knowledge of Aboriginal society and culture and relevant contemporary issues in Australia.
- Attractive base salary and 13.5% super
- Generous salary packaging
- Ongoing district allowance
- Yearly airfare allowance
- Relocation assistance, should you be moving to the region; and
- Subsidised, fully furnished accommodation for the first four months.
The Central Land Council is dedicated to delivering ongoing professional development and career progression for it’s people. You'll have the opportunity to undertake professional development and to take part in a number of new projects as the organisation continues to grow and innovate.
Most importantly, this role will allow you to work in a diverse environment where you affect real change.
- Tertiary qualifications in anthropology or a related discipline.
- Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal society and culture and an understanding of relevant issues in contemporary Australia.
- Good interpersonal and liaison skills and ability to communicate sensitively and effectively with traditional Aboriginal people and with people generally.
- Well-developed organisational skills with the ability to work effectively as a team, under limited direction, set individual priorities, perform in difficult situations and respond effectively to new challenges.
- Ability to undertake field work involving 4WD travel to and in remote, isolated and arid locations.
- Current motor vehicle driver’s licence (manual).
- Proficiency in the use of computers across a range of applications, including Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.
- Post-graduate qualifications in anthropology and/or experience in applied anthropological research.
- Knowledge of and experience working with Aboriginal people in the Central Australian setting.
- Knowledge of, and experience in, the operation of the Aboriginal Land Rights (NT) Act 1976, Native Title Act 1993 or comparable land rights legislation.
- Knowledge and understanding of the political and cultural context in which the Central Land Council operates.
- Ochre card (working with vulnerable people check)
- National police clearance
- Driver's licence
If you're interested in using your skills to make a real difference apply now!
Closing Date: Sunday, 05 February 2023
For further information about this role, please contact Rebecca Koser (Manager, Anthropology) on 08 8951 6211.
For more information about the application process please contact Ajok Marial (Human Resources Advisor) on 08 8951 6310 or email@example.com.
Total effective package includes: base salary, district allowance, superannuation, leave loading, relocation assistance, annual airfare allowance and salary packaging options. Annual progression within the salary scale is subject to satisfactory performance. Progression is in accordance with annual increments set out in an enterprise agreement.
The filling of this vacancy is an affirmative measure under section 8(1) of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975.LT013-AnthropologistNTU-Sept20162.pdf