- Job posted on: 30th Jun 2020
- Applications close:
West Arnhem Regional Council covers an area of almost 50,000 km2 of stunning natural landscape in the western part of Arnhem Land, Northern Territory. There are many popular tourist destinations within the region’s boundaries, including stunning outback landscapes, colourful rock escarpments, glorious wetlands and picture-perfect beaches.
More than two thirds of the region’s population of just over 6,000 identify as Aboriginal Australians, who reside in a collection of towns, communities and outstations. Council provides a range of local government services to five towns and communities across four wards.
The cultural legacy of the Aboriginal people of the Northern Territory is evident in the various forms of rock art to be found in caves and rock overhangs. One of the richest areas of rock art is located within Kakadu National Park, the traditional lands of the Gagudju people, in the West Arnhem Region. The sensational mix of flora, fauna and wildlife, alongside the rich and diverse culture on display, provides a spectacular visual experience for the visitor and residents to this part of Australia.
Facilitating and supporting the implementation of continuous improvement across Council’s Quality, Risk and Audit systems and processes.
Includes additional annual leave, 12.5% superannuation, subsidised housing and relocation assistance.
Successful candidates will be required to clear probity checks including National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check (where relevant to the role).
All applicants must be eligible to work in Australia.
To apply to this position or to download an Information Pack, please click Apply Now.
Interviews will be held in person or via video on Tuesday 14 July 2020.