Located in Alice Springs, Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (Aboriginal Corporation) (CAAMA) was incorporated in 1980. The corporation gives Aboriginal people in Central Australia a strong voice in the media and plays a major role in sustaining Aboriginal languages and cultures. It was the first Aboriginal broadcast group in Australia to secure a community broadcasting licence, with the purpose of providing Aboriginal people in Central Australia with radio programs produced by Aboriginal people, in Aboriginal languages and English.
Expressions of interest are invited from experienced executives motivated to contribute to the governance, financial and commercial oversight of CAAMA and support its important role as a strong voice in Aboriginal radio and media and in sustaining Aboriginal languages and cultures.
Type of vacancy:
Salary and conditions:
Board meetings are required to be held at least once every three months.
Two positions are available, one of which may be filled by a candidate from outside the Alice Springs area. Candidates with experience and/or interest in radio, media production or other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts and cultural organisations will be highly regarded; as will finance, legal, business or other professional backgrounds.
Prior board experience is essential. Candidates will be expected to demonstrate a strong understanding of the role of the board, the executive and stakeholder partners in the strategic and commercial oversight of an organisation; and high standards of integrity and ethics.
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Contact person and how to apply:
For more information or to talk about the role, contact Sally Clifford at Matrix on Board 08 7913 7528 or 0418 761 036.
To express your interest, please email your resume and a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org