EMPLOYEE SUPPORT AND MENTORING COORDINATOR (ESMC)
Antakarinja Matu-Yankunytjatjara Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC (AMYAC) is incorporated under the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006. It represents the Antakirinja Matu-Yankunytjatjara Native Title holders in relation to land encompassing a significant area of the Far North of South Australia including Tarcoola, Coober Pedy and Cadney Park.
AMY Nominees Pty Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of AMYAC and was established to drive the business activities of the AMYAC Group.
This position assists the Human Resource and Operations Manager (HR&OM) to investigate, develop and implement plans, procedures and policies to achieve the goals and objectives of the organisation
The ESMC will play a vital role in supporting and mentoring AMY staff and their families, other Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal staff, providing recommendations to management to improve recruitment, retention, growth of staff and the capability of the organisation.
The role will focus on multiple sectors and support key stakeholders including, but not limited to the resources sector, government agencies, the pastoral sector, tourism and natural resource management.
ABOUT THE ROLE
The ‘ESMC’ position will play a vital role in supporting and mentoring staff and their families, assisting in providing recommendations to management to improve retention of staff and grow the capability of the organisation.
The role will identify any gaps in training and support, implement training initiatives and potentially refer to professional support networks if required. The liaison, support and mentoring aspects of this role will require significant administration and reporting responsibilities. Confidentiality will be paramount.
The role is offered on a full-time, two-year contract following a six-month probationary period.
A regional presence will be required with extensive time spent in the region including at Prominent Hill, Coober Pedy and Port Augusta. The role will be based in Adelaide. It is expected that the services of the position will expand outside of the resource industry in the future as the AMY Nominees business grows.
To be successful in the role you will have:
- Academic qualifications or extensive experience in a relevant position
- Relevant experience delivering positive outcomes in a mentoring/counselling role with a diverse range of people
- Experience relating with Aboriginal people and others in a work environment
- Experience working in a regional/remote community environment
- Knowledge of Aboriginal culture, family behaviour and community
- Knowledge of issues affecting Aboriginal people
- Demonstrated ability to interact with a diverse range of stakeholders
- Demonstrated strong written and verbal communication skills
- Proven experience and expertise in record management and administration.
- Demonstrated ability to prioritise work and organise activity.
- Microsoft Office suite capability.
- Experience and a safe record in off road and 4WD vehicle operation
- First Aid Certificate or ability to gain one.
WHAT WE OFFER
- The role on offer is a fixed term two-year contract, subject to performance, conduct and a six-month probationary period.
- AMY Nominees as a PBI, can currently offer FBT exempt salary sacrificing arrangements. This will significantly reduce the amount of tax payable on your annual salary.
- You will receive strong management support and guidance with opportunities for training and development relevant to your position and career aspirations.
- The role will require use of a company mobile phone, laptop and motor vehicle for work purposes only.
- An attractive salary paid fortnightly is on offer to attract a highly motivated, self-starting individual.
HOW TO APPLY
Applications will be accepted by all individuals supplying a current resume and cover letter addressing the selection criteria listed in the “Job Specification”.
- You must have the right to work in Australia
- AMY Nominees is an Equal Opportunity Employer
PLEASE NOTE – Applications without a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria will not be accepted.
For enquiries and the “Position Description” and “Job Specification” documents, please email Mark Bradley – firstname.lastname@example.org
Final Applications should be submitted directly on SEEK
Applications close 22nd March 2021