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Current Vacancies

NSW Policy and Project Officer

  • Full Time, 12-month fixed term contract
  • Position located in Albury, NSW with flexible work arrangements negotiable
  • $71,000 per annum, plus superannuation
  • Work vehicle provided

MLDRIN represents Sovereign First Nations along the Southern part of the Murray Darling Basin. It includes 25 First Nations, who have a unique connection to the rivers and waterways of the region. MLDRIN is focussed on caring for the rivers and the recognition of Aboriginal water rights.

MLDRIN is committed to supporting First Nations’ involvement in developing new water strategies and policies in NSW. We seek to engage an enthusiastic person to plan and run consultation and engagement activities and to provide research input into those documents. In addition, the person will need to be able to review and draft documents as well as ensure that all project timelines are met.

This is a newly created position to work with MLDRIN, and the person will need to be able to work independently as well as collaboratively

For more details and and how to apply, click here.

To download the detailed Position Description click here

Applications close 4th, September, 2020

 

 

Aboriginal Waterway Assessment Project Officer (AWA)

  • Full Time, two-year contract
  • Position located in Melbourne (other locations may be considered)
  • $75,000 – $80,000 per annum (depending on qualifications and experience), plus superannuation
  • Access to work vehicle provided
  • Regular travel and outdoors work involved
  • Three-month probation period

MLDRIN provides a united voice Sovereign First Nations along the Southern part of the Murray Darling Basin. It includes 25 First Nations, who have a unique connection to the rivers and waterways of the region. MLDRIN is focussed on caring for the rivers and the recognition of Aboriginal water rights.

 

This role will work with First Nations and lead MLDRIN’s implementation of the Aboriginal Waterway Assessment (AWA) tool in Victoria.  The AWA tool is a First Nations-owned research tool designed to assess the cultural and environmental health of waterways on Country.

 

In this role you will work closely with First Nations to build their understanding of the AWA tool, and it will involve you in identifying and facilitating training and capacity building to support First Nations’ application of the tool.

 

For more details and and how to apply, click here.

To download the detailed Position Description click here

Applications close 25th, September, 2020