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Regional Manager - Nhulunbuy / East Arnhem

Anglicare NT

About US

Anglicare NT supports people, strengthens communities and advocates for social justice across the Northern Territory. We deliver over 90 diverse services across urban, regional and remote areas. If you want to make a sustainable difference in people’s lives through strengths-based approaches and capacity building initiatives, talk to us about this meaningful opportunity.

Anglicare NT is a Child Safe, Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. We value prior experience working with Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people, organisations and communities and recognise cultural knowledge and connections to community and country.We are ambitious for change, determined to be a trusted ally to the Aboriginal Controlled Sector, and committed to place-based solutions and reform.


You will be based in Nhulunbuy, NT and oversee diverse community services in Gove Peninsula and resource place-based, outreach and capacity building activities across the broader East Arnhem Region and Groote Eylandt Archipelago.

You will mentor senior staff, sustain teams, lead projects, and manage regional performance. Using strengths-based case management, quality care and tailored supports, teams will enable people and their families / carers to resolve challenges, build resilience and achieve their aspirations. You will partner with stakeholders to support community building and regional initiatives focused on building safe, inclusive, and thriving communities.

Since 1992 Anglicare NT has provided services and capacity building initiatives in the East Arnhem region, largely from our operational base in Nhulunbuy and through place-based work in and scheduled visits to remote communities. The service profile changes from time to time reflecting regional development priorities, evolving community needs and new funding opportunities.

Currently we deliver Aged Care (Community Home Support Program and Home Care Packages); Money Support Hub - Financial Counselling and Capability, Family Support Service, Family Skills Facilitation Service, Playgroups, Communities for Children, Family and Relationship Counselling, Housing Options Pathways Program, Emergency Relief, ReConnect (Youth Homelessness Early Intervention), Back on Track #U-Turn and NDIS Supports.


In return for your drive, commitment, and contribution you will be part of an innovative organisation and join the Anglicare NT leadership team where shared decision making is valued. You will have access to unique professional development opportunities and receive an attractive salary package which includes:

  • Five weeks annual leave
  • Salary packaging option available (up to an additional $15,900 p/a)
  • Company vehicle
  • Remote area allowance
  • Annual return airfare
  • Relocation assistance
  • Accommodation options may be available.

About YOU

A highly capable and recognised leader in human services with extensive experience in casework, service coordination and operational management. Continuous improvement, collaborative approaches, social justice, and effective stakeholder engagement are in your DNA.

You understand the challenges, opportunities and what it takes to strengthen service systems and provide quality supports in regional areas. You respect lived experience, value diversity, have embraced the cultural competency journey and know how to navigate complexity.

Application requirements

As part of the recruitment process, please address the key selection criteria using the online application on the Anglicare NT website.

Applications will be assessed on receipt.

For further information on this exciting opportunity, in the first instance please contact Director People & Learning Kirrily Freson on 0438 718 423 or [email protected], using the subject line: Regional Manager - Nhulunbuy / East Arnhem enquiry via EthicalJobs, or visit our careers page here.

A position description is attached.

Please note prior to commencing the successful candidate must hold and provide evidence of the following:

  1. 100-points ID
  2. Working with Children Clearance (Ochre Card)
  3. National Criminal History Check (less than 3 months old)
  4. Current Northern Territory Driver’s Licence or the ability to obtain on arrival
  5. NDIS Worker Registration (or willingness to obtain on appointment)
  6. COVID-19 Vaccinations (primary plus 2 boosters) subject to medical exceptions.

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