Be part of the team that works to champion and preserve Anindilyakwa culture! This is a fascinating opportunity to be the key support to the Preserving Culture Manager and all seven streams.
We will be reviewing applications as they arrive and encourage you to not delay so please read the further details below and submit your application by 12:00 noon Wednesday 29th June 2022.
The Operations and Administration Officer is responsible for the administrative needs of the Preserving Culture department, and supports the operational and logistical needs of programs, including event management, booking of services and organising the maintenance requirements of the department’s infrastructure. You will support administrative standards and consistency and provide support and training to staff, assisting with the training of Indigenous and non-Indigenous staff throughout our large department.
The Preserving Culture department has a multi-faceted role in supporting the maintenance, promotion, and preservation of Anindilyakwa culture through these programs. All programs conduct their activities both on and off Eylandt, attending national and territory events in addition to the many events organised across the archipelago by the department.