Client Services Facilitator

Full Time

Fixed Term -12 Months

This is an exceptional opportunity for a client focussed, committed and energetic individual to join our finance team to provide accessible and accurate money information to client groups to enable them to make informed business decisions.

The successful person will practice excellence in customer service, have sound knowledge of end of month reporting, and experience in building strong relationships with stakeholders.

This is a key front-line role that takes and leads action and reporting back to clients on money instructions; case manages complex money issues; and supports finance and governance related capacity building initiatives.

As part of your role you may be required to travel to remote areas of Western Australia, including spending time in the field during the field season (March – December).

You will become part of a rewarding team environment, receive a competitive salary and attractive staff benefits including salary sacrifice.  

Click here for the Duty Statement and Selection Criteria.

How do you apply?

  • Download the Duty Statement and Selection Criteria document located above.

  • Complete a Cover Letter expressing your interest and suitability for the advertised position.

  • Complete a written response clearly addressing all the areas outlined under the Selection Criteria. This includes the essential and desirable qualifications, skills and experience*

  • Submit your Resume and Cover Letter with the Selection Criteria attached in PDF format to the Application Form below.

  • Follow the prompts as directed.

Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

Applications close 9am Friday 3rd May 2019  (WST)**

*Applications that do not include a completed Cover Letter addressing the Selection Criteria will not be accepted.

**Late applications will not be accepted.


Chief Financial Officer

Full time

Permanent

This is an exceptional opportunity for a client focussed, committed and energetic individual to lead our finance team and ensure compliance with legal, regulatory and contractual obligations while overseeing the financial sustainability of the CDG and client organisations.

The successful person will have a CA or CPA qualification, be solutions and results focussed, and have strong experience in leading and motivating a small team.  

As an integral member of the Senior Management Team you will be required to provide accurate and timely financial information to the board and be an active member of the Audit and Risk Committee.

This is an rewarding, all-encompassing role that requires flexibility to be able to work at the highest level yet also “roll up your sleeves” and get into the day to day detail.  

As part of your role you may be required to travel to remote areas of Western Australia, including spending time in the field during the field season (March – December).

You will become part of a great team environment, receive a competitive salary and attractive staff benefits including salary sacrifice.

Click here for the Duty Statement and Selection Criteria.

How do you apply?

  • Download the Duty Statement and Selection Criteria document located above.

  • Complete a Cover Letter expressing your interest and suitability for the advertised position.

  • Complete a written response clearly addressing all the areas outlined under the Selection Criteria. This includes the essential and desirable qualifications, skills and experience*

  • Submit your Resume and Cover Letter with the Selection Criteria attached in PDF format to the Application Form below.

  • Follow the prompts as directed.

Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

Applications close 9am Friday 3rd May 2019  (WST)**

*Applications that do not include a completed Cover Letter addressing the Selection Criteria will not be accepted.

**Late applications will not be accepted.



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Monitoring and Evaluation Officer

Full Time

Fixed Term -12 months

We are looking for a smart, innovative and experienced person to step into the monitoring and evaluation officer role on the 10 Deserts Project - a major Indigenous land management and capacity building collaboration across Australia’s deserts (further information can be found at www.tendeserts.org). The project is being managed by Desert Support Services (DSS).

DSS is a part of the Central Desert Group which is committed to assisting traditional owners and their representative bodies to use their traditional lands to fulfil their social, cultural and economic aspirations to achieve a sustainable and independent future.The collaboration, which includes Indigenous organisations, and international and regional conservation organisations, is delivering a range of activities to enhance environmental resilience, improve Indigenous livelihoods and develop a strong Indigenous representative body for Indigenous rangers and their organisations across the deserts. The project will run through till December 2022.

The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer - Temporary is a full-time position for a maximum 12 months, while the incumbent is on parenting leave. The position will ideally commence in early July 2019, though there is some flexibility around this. The position involves taking forward the monitoring and evaluation plan and associated activities, including:

• Further developing of various aspects of the monitoring and evaluation plan for the project;

• Overseeing the collection of both baseline and ongoing data for key project activities;

• Working closely with the incumbent and other project staff to review, document and analyse evaluation data;

• Preparing reports for traditional owners, project partners, funders and other stakeholders as needed.

The position will be part of a small project management team headed up by the General Manager - Ten Deserts Project. The position reports to the Program Manager.

If you have at least three (3) years’ experience and relevant qualifications for the role as set out in the duty statement and are keen to work with a progressive not-for-profit organisation in Indigenous affairs then this position could be for you.

The successful candidate will be based in our East Perth office and should be available to

travel to remote desert communities or interstate as required.

The position will be subject to a successful probation period after three (3) months.

Benefits:

• Salary packaging of approximately $15,900 per annum plus an additional $2,650 per annum for meals and accommodation is available.

• Generous employment conditions are provided as per enterprise bargaining

agreement.

For further information on this position, contact Phil Sparrow on 0415 4242 48, or in relation to the application process the DSS office on 08 9425 2099.

Click here for the Duty Statement and Selection Criteria

How to Apply?

  • Download the Duty Statement and Selection Criteria document located above

  • Complete a Cover Letter expressing your interest and suitability for the advertised position.

  • Complete a written response clearly addressing all the areas outlined under the Selection Criteria. This includes the essential and desirable qualifications, skills and experience*

  • Submit your Resume and Cover Letter with the Selection Criteria attached in PDF format to the Application Form below.

  • Follow the prompts as directed.

Applications close Monday 20th May 2019 at 9.00 am (AWST).

Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.


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Fire Management Officer

Full-Time

12 months with potential to extend

Located in East Perth, Desert Support Services Pty Ltd (DSS - part of the Central Desert Group) is committed to assisting traditional owners and their representative bodies to use their traditional lands to fulfil their social, cultural and economic aspirations to achieve a sustainable and independent future.

This is an exciting position within the 10 Deserts Project (10DP) supporting regional fire management activity.

The 10DP is an Indigenous led partnership which aims to build environmental resilience, improve Indigenous well-being and create a strong Indigenous voice for Australia’s deserts.  It will do this by building the capacity of Indigenous people and organisations to look after their country through a range of regional and local project activities.

More information about the project can be found at www.tendeserts.org

The Fire Management Officer will Support the regional fire management project activity for the 10 Deserts Project (“the project”) which aims to address a key common threat across the deserts (altered fire regimes) by building the capacity of Indigenous people and organisations at a local and regional level. They will work and liaise with other relevant project activities such as the carbon and co-benefits activities to achieve the overall project outcomes. Also promote and report on the Project’s outcomes

The person we are seeking will be suitably qualified or have significant experience of fire management in the desert, be able to build strong collaborations amongst partners and stakeholders as well as have a background and commitment to working with traditional owners in remote desert communities.

This position will report to the Regional Fire Management Coordinator. They will be part of a small project management team headed up by the General Manager - Ten Deserts Project This position will be based in East Perth and initially be located within DSS who is managing the 10DP but will eventually transition to Indigenous Desert Alliance http://indigenousdesertalliance.com/

For further information on this position, contact Peter See on Phone: 0419 732 970 or petersee@dss.org.au, or in relation to the application process the DSS office on 9425 2099.

Click here for the Duty Statement and Selection Criteria.

How do you apply?

  • Download the Duty Statement and Selection Criteria document located above.

  • Complete a Cover Letter expressing your interest and suitability for the advertised position.

  • Complete a written response clearly addressing all the areas outlined under the Selection Criteria. This includes the essential and desirable qualifications, skills and experience*

  • Submit your Resume and Cover Letter with the Selection Criteria attached in PDF format to the Application Form below.

  • Follow the prompts as directed.

Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

Applications close 9am Monday May 13th  (WST)**

*Applications that do not include a completed Cover Letter addressing the Selection Criteria will not be accepted.

**Late applications will not be accepted.