Team leader, Tom Price office

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IBN Corporation Pty Ltd

IBN Corporation was established in 2001 as the Trustee for two Trusts established under the Mining Area C (MAC) Agreement between BHP Billiton Pty Ltd and the IBN Claim Group. IBN Corporation is owned by the Banyjima, Milyuranpa Banyjima, Minadhu and Nyiyaparli Aboriginal Corporations. The traditional lands of the IBN people are in the high country of North Western Australia. IBN provides programs and services that aim to improve the health, happiness and prosperity of our Beneficiaries, the Yinhawangka, Banyjima and Nyiyaparli people. Our head office is located in South Hedland in the town of Port Hedland, Western Australia, approximately 350 kilometres north-west of the Mining Area C Project. Other office locations are Tom Price and Karratha.

Closing date: 

1am, 18 February 2014

Location: 

Tom Price
Western Australia

Job category: 

  • Project officer roles

Type of vacancy: 

Full time
Ongoing

Salary and conditions: 

Salary from $96,410 per annum plus superannuation
  • Housing provided
  • Attractive employee benefits

Job description/overview: 

This position sits within the Beneficiary Services Department and reports directly to the manager. The team leader at the Tom Price office is responsible for the supervision of staff and operations in the Tom Price area. The role will also provide some support for beneficiaries in Paraburdoo, Wakathuni and Bellary Springs, and will entail travel. The role is also responsible for the development of relationships with IBN’s beneficiaries and other government, Aboriginal and business organisations in the area. In conjunction with the beneficiary services manager, and in accordance with the IBN Strategic Plan, the role will lead locally the development of innovative and effective new projects.

Contact person and how to apply: 

For more information please call Ian Williamson on (08) 9140 0927 or Jessie Hudson on (08) 9140 0909 or email hr@ibngroup.com.au.

More information: 


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