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Native Title and Land Access Assistant

Ngadju Native Title Aboriginal Organisation (NNTAC) RNTBC

Ngadju Native Title Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC (NNTAC) is the Prescribed Body Corporate that holds the native title rights and interests on trust for the Ngadju People. The Ngadju People’s native title rights and interests were recognised by the Federal Court of Australia in 2014 and 2017 (Ngadju Determination).

As a Prescribed Body Corporate, NNTAC is responsible ensuring that the Ngadju People’s native title rights and interests are effectively maintained, protected and managed. A core role in achieving these aims is the negotiation and implementation of mining and other land access agreements.

The Role

The Native Title and Land Access Assistant plays a key role within NNTAC assisting the CEO and the Native Title and Land Access Manager with the management of future acts and land access matters and ensuring that NNTAC are able to effectively comply with and administer all Ngadju native title agreements.

The Native Title and Land Access Assistant is responsible for the management and tracking of future acts matters, negotiation of all expedited procedure matters and implementation and compliance of NNTAC native title agreements. They will also work closely within the Native Title and Land Access Manager in relation to the negotiation of mining and other major land access agreements.

Selection Criteria

  • Understanding of the role and responsibilities of PBC’s in maintaining and managing the native title rights and interests of the Ngadju People.
  • Experience in negotiation and implementation of future acts agreements.
  • Understanding of Native Title Act 1993 (Cth), Mining Act 1978 (WA), Aboriginal Heritage Act 1972 (WA) and other relevant legislation relating to the management of future acts and land access matters.
  • High level written and verbal communication skills.
  • High level time management and organisational skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to consistently meet deadlines and effectively manage competing priorities.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • Capacity to work with limited supervision.
  • Cultural competence and experience working with Aboriginal People.

Salary Range

$85,000 to $100,000 dependent on qualifications and experience. Salary Sacrifice options available.

For a full Job Description or for further information, please contact Michelle Alexander on michelle.alexander@nntac.org.au using the subject line: Native Title and Land Access Assistant enquiry via EthicalJobs or 0400 594 729.

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