The SNAICC Senior Project Officer will deliver tasks and coordinate activities whilst providing high level advice, coordination, and secretariat functions to a Project Steering Committee during the development and design of a comprehensive strategy to create and build Aboriginal led and managed out-of-home care and family support services in the Northern Territory.
The Senior Project Officer will undertake research and consultations and support the conduct of regional meetings and forums in Central Australia to develop collective ownership and leadership of an effective locally grown, Aboriginal-led strategy. The Officer will develop and maintain close links and effective relationships within the other project partnership organisations (APONT and Territory Families) and with cross-sector partners, including government, academics, philanthropic and community organisations, and Aboriginal community representatives, particularly those based in Central Australia to ensure comprehensive stakeholder engagement is achieved.
In particular, the Officer will work to contribute to a Territory-wide strategy for developing the Aboriginal community controlled sector while supporting local stakeholders to identify the specific needs and requirements for sector development in Central Australia that will need to be reflected in the strategy.
This is an Indigenous Identified role only open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Applications are required by 5.00 pm AEDT on Sunday 26 November 2017. Download the position description to learn more about the role and how to apply.