Location: Cox Peninsula (Kenbi Ranger Team) Status: Full-time Permanent ContractAnnual Salary: Commencing base salary of $78,724.00 per annum plus 14% superannuation and other benefits Cultural knowledge and lived experience are central to the work that we do here at NLC. The Northern Land Council (NLC) was established 50 years ago under the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act in 1976, to assist Aboriginal people in the Top End of the Northern Territory to acquire and manage their traditional lands, waters and seas.  We are committed to enhancing Aboriginal peoples social, political and economic participation by supporting their aspirations and amplifying their voices on a range of issues impacting on their lands, seas, culture and communities. About the RoleThe Ranger Coordinator position is responsible for working closely with NLC Caring for County (CFC) Service Manager and CFC Program staff, ensuring that the integration of Traditional Owner insights and stringent WH&S standards are at the forefront of all land and sea management activities.  Based at the Kenbi Ranger Station this role is pivotal in supervising the works of the Kenbi Ranger team and conducting in-depth consultations with Traditional Owners to understand and prioritize their interests and goals for the Kenbi Aboriginal Land Trust.This Coordinator role is hands on and I expected to lead, coordinate and monitor the ranger units operational service outcomes and performance in accordance with Kenbi ranger operational plans and NLC requirements. It also has a diverse array of key responsibilities and accountabilities across other key function such as: -LeadershipStakeholder RelationshipsStaff ManagementWork Health and SafetyFor a full copy of the Position Description refer to the link provided below.What you will BringYou will possess previous relevant experience and knowledge in operational works associated with Ranger functions such as weed management, fire management, patrol and contract management.   Leading by example and fostering a culture of safety and wellbeing, especially when it comes to promoting safety initiatives and ensuring that all operations on the Kenbi Aboriginal Land Trust are conducted in a manner that prioritizes the health and safety of the team and the community will come naturally to you. In addition to this, you will have: -Minimum Certificate IV level Tertiary qualifications (for example: Conservation and Land Management) in a relevant field or extensive relevant and equivalent experienceMinimum of two (2) years relevant supervisory experience leading a teamPrevious experience in undertaking Traditional Owner consultations and in the development of land and sea management projects, ideally with Aboriginal people but other cross-cultural experience may be relevant).Current C Class Drivers Licence What’s in it for you?NLC offers competitive and attractive remuneration, work life balance and a unique opportunity to support our Aboriginal communities in the NLC Region.  You will receive: -A total salary package valued at $92,640 (including wage, district allowance and superannuation)Salary packaging benefits of up to $15,900 and additional Meal Entertainment and Holiday Accommodation benefits up to $2,650 per year.Generous leave entitlements such as 5 weeks annual leave, 18 days personal leave per annum, and paid Christmas shut down Applications will be assessed upon receipt. We retain the right to finalise the recruitment process once a suitable candidate has been identified.If you have any further queries please contact: Anthony Kerr on mobile: 0407681049Click for a full copy of the position description AUD Cox Peninsula 0822