- Job posted on: 4th Jan 2021
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Sector Development Coordinator for Empowered Communities East Kimberley (Binarri-binyja yarrawoo Aboriginal Corporation)
The Sector Development Coordinator will play a critical role providing technical advice and capability building to support an Aboriginal-led long-term development agenda in the East Kimberley. The Sector Development Coordinator will provide leadership in the coordination and delivery of workshops, webinars and other community engagement activities that strengthen and upskill the Aboriginal services sector in the East Kimberley.
You will have a proven record in workshop or group facilitation and community engagement; Excellent communication, facilitation and presentation skills; Organisational and time management skills with the ability to prioritise workload to meet deadlines; Relevant experience working on social and economic capability building projects in a development context (experience working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities or in international development would be an advantage).
Become a part of a highly skilled and collaborative team working to empower Aboriginal people, families and organisations in the East Kimberley to achieve economic, social and cultural development. An excellent salary package and flexible working arrangements are available.
Kununurra is a vibrant regional town in the majestic Kimberley region of Western Australia. Its close vicinity to Lake Argyle, Keep River National Park and the Gibb River Road offer an unparalleled outdoor lifestyle. Regular travel is required in this role, so no day will be the same as you explore this beautiful region.
For the position description and further information about Binarri-binyja yarrawoo Aboriginal Corporation: see www.bby.org.au/join-us
For further information about Empowered Communities: see http://empoweredcommunities.org.au/
For enquiries about the role, please contact Christy Hawker on email@example.com using the subject line: Sector Development Coordinator - Kununurra enquiry via EthicalJobs or 0450 653 743.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.
A position description is attached.