Chief executive officer

Mutitjulu Community Aboriginal Corporation

Mutitjulu Community Aboriginal Corporation (MCAC) is the representative body for the Anangu residents of Mutitjulu. It is recognised in the lease which establishes the Uluru Kata-Tjuta National Park and has a special place in the history of land rights in Australia.

Closing date: 

6am, 21 November 2014


Northern Territory

Job category: 

  • Executive

Type of vacancy: 

Full time

Salary and conditions: 

$110 000 (negotiable)
  • Six weeks annual leave
  • Superannuation
  • Partly furnished accommodation
  • Vehicle with limited private use

Job description/overview: 

Take the challenge of living and working in the Aboriginal Community of Mutitjulu at the base of Uluru.

The Mutitjulu Community Aboriginal Corporation has a full time opportunity for a strategic, focussed and ‘big picture’ chief executive officer to guide its operations. The person will be experienced, professional, practical and have a broad skill set and considerable relevant experience in remote localities/communities.

The directors are seeking an honest and ethical person who is empathetic, hardworking and ‘down to earth’ to guide its operations. The new CEO will have vision, be a good communicator, and able to mentor and inspire others as a leader. The successful candidate will work closely with the directors, be inclusive, be able to work with minimal support and take external advice, where necessary.

Contact person and how to apply: 

Applicants need to address the selection criteria. For more information please see the job package below or speak with Glenn Hoffmann, interim CEO, on 08 8956 3247 or 0423 425 475.

More information: 

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