Native Title & PBC Economic Development project officer

Carpentaria Land Council Aboriginal Corporation

Carpentaria Land Council Aboriginal Corporation (CLCAC) was established over 33 years ago in Burketown to represent the rights & interests of Traditional Owners. Our members are drawn from nine language groups whose traditional lands and waters are located in the southern Gulf of Carpentaria. As the recognised Native Title Service Body for the Southern Gulf of Carpentaria region, CLCAC performs statutory functions in accordance with the provisions of the Native Title Act 1993. An elected board determines the organisation’s priorities and monitors the progress of native title applications and oversees operational activities and general governance.

CLCAC supports native title, Prescribed Body Corporate (PBC) economic development, Land & Environment and Indigenous Ranger programs in Burketown, Normanton & Mornington Island. We have an exciting new opportunity to join our organisation.

Closing date: 

11pm, 8 January 2021


Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)



Job category: 

  • Project officer roles

Type of vacancy: 

Full time

Salary and conditions: 

$75,088 - $81,796 per annum depending on skills and experience
  • salary sacrifice options
  • 5 weeks annual leave

Job description/overview: 

We require the assistance of a dynamic Native Title & PBC Economic Development project officer to join our team. Under the direction and supervision of the Principal legal officer (PLO), you will be responsible for coordinating and driving Prescribed Body Corporate (PBC) capacity building and business development support projects, as well as native title, future act and cultural heritage support to the PLO in a professional and timely manner.

For more information about the position download a copy of the position description.

Contact person and how to apply: 

For more information about the position contact Janine Copland on 07 4041 3533 or email 

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