#Job Mining Tenement and Municipal Infrastructure Officer – APY Land Management

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Mining Tenement and Municipal Infrastructure Officer – APY Land Management

Full Time Job

Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Land Management has a unique opportunity for a Mining Tenement and Municipal Infrastructure Officer to join their team on a full-time basis. This role is based in Umuwa, within the APY Lands in remote South Australia.

Reporting to the APY Manager of Anthropology, this position is primarily responsible for ensuring mining and infrastructure projects on the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands comply with the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Land Rights (SA) Act 1981. It includes the provision of high-level administration and coordination of minerals exploration licences and infrastructure projects, including professional advice to management.

The successful candidate will be degree qualified in geology, resource management, social science or related discipline and have demonstrated ability in project planning and management, including delivering projects on time and on budget, with minimal supervision.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates strongly encouraged to apply!

About the Benefits

Working in one of the most remote locations in all of Australia, this role presents you with a rare opportunity to completely immerse yourself in a different culture and make a real, positive difference to a local community.

Living in the APY Lands you will experience amazing culture and country that most people will never see, whilst getting the chance to work in conservation management within an organisation that has a very strong community development ethos.

An attractive salary package will be negotiated for the successful candidate based on skills and experience.

A range of additional benefits are also on offer, including:

  • A District Allowance at $2,820 (non-dependent rate) or $4,560 (dependent rate);
  • Six weeks annual leave with 17.5% leave loading;
  • Access to Public Benevolent Institution salary packaging;
  • One domestic return airfare for every year of service;
  • Two weeks’ Study Leave;
  • Accommodation is provided at heavily subsidised rent; and
  • Generous relocation allowance.

A bilingual qualification Language Allowance is also available for applicants able to speak both English and any one of Pitjantjatjara, Yankunytjatjara or Ngaanyatjarra languages. A two week intensive Pitjantjatjara Language Course is available for all new staff.

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