Fixed Term 2 Years | Canberra or Brisbane Location
About the organisation
The Australian Indigenous Governance Institute (AIGI) is an Indigenous-led national center specialising in governance, knowledge and excellence. AIGI support the economic, social and cultural aspirations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples by connecting them with world-class governance practice, research, thought leadership and educational resources.
AIGI is an independent institute located within the National Center for Indigenous Studies at the Australian National University. AIGI is governed by a Board of Directors and the role will be required to undertake research and development projects as directed by the CEO. The Research will collaborate with the Australian National University and other stakeholders.
About the role
This position will report to the CEO of AIGI and will have a supporting role to AIGI’s research and governance activities. Specifically, the role encompasses the following responsibilities:
You will be seen as an ‘up and comer’ in terms of your leadership potential, and your ability to work with limited supervision. You will exude initiative and competence and be able to show your knowledge of research systems and governance. You will be passionate about the work in this sector, bringing to the role a deep understanding of the ATSI culture.
This role will attract highly organised people with a bent to planning, monitoring, reporting and managing priorities, especially in a research and academic setting.
To be successful in this role you will be familiar with the academic culture, articulate and energetic. You will bring with you a wealth of knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal cultures, and a proven ability to engage with Traditional Owners and build Aboriginal community capacity.
What we can offer you
Key Selection Criteria
How to apply
All applications must be made in writing and include the following:
Applications are to be emailed to email@example.com with the heading “AIGI – Project Officer” in the subject line.
Applications must be received by 9am Wednesday 6 November 2019
Unfortunately, late submissions will not be accepted.
How to get more information
For further information on the position, please contact Pipeline Talent via phone or email for a confidential discussion
firstname.lastname@example.org 02 8001 6603.