The Eastern Marr Aboriginal Corporation (EMAC) manages the native title rights for the Eastern Maar people. It is also the registered Aboriginal party for Eastern Maar country and provides professional cultural heritage services to businesses and government, including organising and conducting cultural heritage surveys. The corporation is governed by a board of directors, each representing a family group of the Eastern Maar people. Their role is to protect and advance the aspirations of Eastern Maar citizens.
The Eastern Maar Aboriginal Corporation and community are at a critical point in their development. As boundaries, group composition and aspirations for the future are being resolved and formulated through the Traditional Owner Settlement process, the Corporation is in an exciting growth phase.
Type of vacancy:
Salary and conditions:
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We are seeking a passionate and outcomes-driven person who has experience in executive level positions within an Aboriginal organisation/s and has the ability to provide inspirational leadership and effective management to support the achievement of EMAC's vision, uphold its values and achieve its strategic goals.
You will need to understand legislative requirements and policy relating to the recognition of Traditional Owners in Victoria and have experience in complex community engagement and stakeholder management, with both Traditional Owners and external stakeholders
A track record in reporting to a board and leading an organisation that is politically aligned, largely funded by the government and highly sensitive to its stakeholders will be the key to your success in this role.
Contact person and how to apply:
For a copy of the position description contact Jason Mifsud at email@example.com
Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged, but this is not a designated/identified Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander appointment.