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Housing Manager - Marra Worra Worra Aboriginal Corporation


Marra Worra Worra Aboriginal Corporation (MWW) is the oldest and largest Aboriginal Resource Agency in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Its primary aim is to provide support services to existing and emerging groups in the Fitzroy River Valley; assisting in the areas of Employment, Housing and Financial Services.

Marra Worra Worra incorporates thirty four main communities, is a not-for-profit organisation and delivers services such as Community Development Program (CDP), Housing Management and the Thrive Support Program.

This position is responsible for executing the strategic vision of Marra Worra Worra. Specifically (but not limited) to housing, this role predominantly oversees the operation and compliance of the MWW housing contracts. Additionally, the role furthers the organisation's vision by identifying potential development projects, securing funding and managing the development of all new Housing projects while maintaining compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.

In this role you will provide guidance and advice on complex tenancy issues you will respond to and manage housing in conjunction with the broader Housing Team.

Part of your responsibility will be to ensure properties are let within the agreed timeframes and to check that documentation prepared is accurate and in accordance with policies and procedures.

You will use your skills and working knowledge of the Department of Communities - Housing - AHS Housing contracts, contractual requirements, policies and programme guidelines to lead and deliver change and business improvement initiatives.

MWW seeks to fill this position with a suitably skilled and qualified person. To be considered for interview you must possess the following:

  • Demonstrated skills and experience with high level strategic management
  • Professional experience in leading Housing and Property services
  • Budget setting and financial management skills
  • Demonstrated leadership abilities
  • Excellent interpersonal and written communication skills
  • Ability to work under pressure and to apply contemporary problem-solving techniques
  • Knowledge of Aboriginal culture and an understanding of issues facing Aboriginal people and people for culturally diverse backgrounds
  • A current "C" Class Driver's licence

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