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Located within the Top End of the Northern Territory, the West Daly Regional Council covers 14,000 square kilometres and has a population of more than 3700 residents throughout the communities of Wadeye, Nganmarriyanga and Peppimenarti as well as the surrounding 33 homelands, 11 of which are serviced by Council. Wadeye is the largest remote community and the fifth largest town in the Northern Territory.
A young and vibrant Regional Council, our vision is to deliver quality services and support development opportunities, including local jobs for local people, along with implementing a range of strategies that will help shape a prosperous and sustainable future for the region.
The Community Night Patrol (CNP) Manager is a position that is required to work closely with the community and the CNP Team Leaders and Officers to ensure that CNP meets local community needs across the three communities in West Daly Regional Council (WDRC) – Wadeye, Nganmarriyanga and Peppimenarti.
This is an exciting opportunity where not only will you get to experience the uniqueness of living and working in a remote indigenous community, but you will also have the opportunity to truly make a difference.
CNP Manager is a leadership role, coordinating and overseeing the team members operating Night Patrol throughout the three WDRC communities, ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all residents. It is your opportunity to guide, mentor and develop CNP Team Leaders and Officers, and to play an important role in assisting WDRC achieve its long term goals.
You will liaise with, and advise the CNP Team Leaders and other community stakeholders on community issues as, and when, you become aware of them. You will be an important link from Council to the community, providing advice, information and assistance to community members.
A highly rewarding position where you will be an integral part of the community in a role where you can really make a difference to people’s lives.
The CNP Manager position is a full time permanent position with an annual salary package of $106765.53 including 6 weeks annual leave.
The position comes with fully furnished, subsidised accommodation, and gives you a great opportunity to live and work in a remote location surrounded by some of the best coastline the Northern Territory has to offer.
A position description is attached.