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The Arnhem Land Progress Aboriginal Corporation (ALPA) is owned by the Yolngu people of East Arnhem Land and governed by an Indigenous Board of Directors. We started as a co-op of community stores in sheds 44 years ago and through our entrepreneurial spirit, we have grown to become the largest Aboriginal Corporation in Australia. We now have over 1200 employees (over 80% of whom are Indigenous) and our operational footprint covers approximately 1.2 million square kilometre of some of the most remote parts of Australia. We aim to continue to build on our successes, as we work to our mission of enhancing the social and economic development of our employees and members giving primacy to their cultural heritage dignity and desire of equality with their fellow Australians by providing sustainable jobs, appropriate training and driving economic development everywhere we operate.
ALPA are seeking experienced and qualified Trainers to deliver higher education support to Indigenous students in remote East Arnhem Land communities.