- Job posted on: 22nd Dec 2020
- Applications close:
The Federation is the Victorian state-wide body that convenes and advocates for the rights and interests of Traditional Owners while progressing wider social, economic, environmental, and cultural objectives. We support the progress of agreement-making and participation in decision-making to enhance the authority of Traditional Owner Corporations on behalf of their communities.
Our vision is that Traditional Owners are strong on Country, leading the social, political, economic and cultural landscape delivered through our purpose which is to facilitate and amplify Traditional Owner voices to self-determine their futures and to build on and strengthen collective interests and opportunities. We work through our values of Community, Culture, Country & Collaboration to embed recognition, empower self-determination and enable capacity.
First Nations supports Victorian Traditional Owners prepare and lodge native title and settlement act claims and make associated agreements.
Our work is evidence based with our research team providing objective and independent insight into Traditional Owners' connection to Country through primary anthropological and historical research.
This is a broad-ranging creative design and editing role servicing two organisations.
Working closely with the Campaigns & Advocacy Advisor, the Digital Communications Officer is responsible for delivering on the external communications requirements of the Federation and First Nations.
This position is a 12 month fixed term contract. The Federation offers the opportunity to maximise benefits with our salary packaging scheme. Our family-friendly workplace culture includes generous annual leave provisions and flexible working arrangements. We have a strong commitment to professional development and an active social club.
This is a designated position established as a special measure under section 12 of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010. Only Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are eligible to apply for this position.
Applications referencing portfolios of recent work will be prioritised.