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As the largest peak Indigenous organisation in Australia, the Northern Land Council (NLC) provides a family-friendly and flexible team environment with attractive remuneration packages, five weeks annual leave, district allowance, super, salary sacrifice, airfares and other entitlements.
Opportunities that are available are posted regularly on this page.
ICT Business Services Support Officer (readvertised position - previous applicants need not apply)
The Information Communication and Technology (ICT) Unit is integral to supporting Northern Land Councils (NLC) strategic objectives and the efficiency and continuity of business operations though the provision of ICT services, systems and infrastructure. The ICT Business Services Support Officer will engage with the end users of various ICT systems and devices to ensure ICT is supporting continuity of operations and meeting NLCs businesses requirements.
Sea Country Project Manager (DS24)
The new position of Sea Country Project Manager will lead and develop sea country projects at Northern Land Council (NLC).
Community Planning & Development Officer (CD03)
The Northern Land Council (NLC) Community Planning and Development (CP&D) Program assists Aboriginal groups to govern and apply their own assets to generate broad and lasting community benefit. Working with Traditional Owners and residents of communities, you will play a key role in the establishment and delivery of this exciting program across the Top End. The CP&D Officer supports the Senior CP&D Officer to establish and implement initiatives under the CP&D program. You will facilitate the NLC’s CP&D process including supporting Aboriginal groups to undertake informed and inclusive planning and decision-making, manage their finances effectively and ensure initiatives are successfully implemented by project partners.
Senior Governance Planning and Development Officer (CD05)
The primary objective of this role is to support Native Title Holders who are party to the Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) to achieve their social, cultural, environmental and economic objectives.