• Historic Settlement

     

    In March 2013 the Dja Dja Wurrung People achieved a landmark native title settlement.

     

    It was the first settlement to be primarily resolved under the Traditional Owner Settlement Act 2010 (Vic).

     

    Historic Settlement
  • About Us

     

    Native Title Services Victoria facilitates sustainable native title outcomes and ensures that native title rights and interests are recognised and protected.

     

     

    About Us
  • About Us

     

    Native Title Services Victoria facilitates sustainable native title outcomes and ensures that native title rights and interests are recognised and protected.

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    About Us
  • Our Role

    Native Title Services Victoria is the legal service that represents native title claimants in Victoria.

     

    Our work includes claim negotiation, anthropological and historical research, governance capacity building, natural resource management, economic development planning and advocacy.

    Our Role
  • Native Title in Victoria

     

    Over 60% of Victoria is covered by native title determinations, settlements and claims.

    Native Title in Victoria
  • Our Role

    Native Title Services Victoria is the legal service that represents native title claimants in Victoria.

     

    Our work includes claim negotiation, anthropological and historical research, governance capacity building, natural resource management, economic development planning and advocacy.

     

    Our Role
  • Native Title in Victoria

     

     

    Over 60% of Victoria is covered by native title determinations, settlements and claims.

    Native Title in Victoria

Current Vacancies

Junior Community Liaison Officer

Are you looking for your first job?

 An exciting opportunity has arisen to work alongside Victorian Traditional Owners and provide support to our team of Community Liaison Officers.

We are now looking for a self-motivated Junior Community Liaison Officer who will ensure that there is effective communication between claimants and NTSV. The Junior CLO provides administrative and logistical support to native title meetings.

A day as a Junior CLO will have you:

  • Taking lots of phone calls as you speak to Traditional Owners and help them organise travel arrangements so that they can attend meetings on country;
  • Help with mail outs, photocopying and general administration;
  • Meet with other staff to understand their requirements for meetings and assist where necessary with booking cars, hotels and other equipment
  • Attend meetings that occur all over Victoria with a team of staff. Together with the other staff, ensure that meetings run smoothly.

This is a junior entry level position, full time and ongoing. You will need:

  • Basic administrative skills;
  • Familiarity with computers and Microsoft Office;
  • An understanding of Victorian indigenous culture and community;
  • A drivers licence;
  • A strong work ethic and willingness to learn;
  • To identify as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person.

This opportunity will see you join a positive organisation. We are located in North Melbourne, in newly refurbished offices and close to public transport.

Applications to Teresa Rehak, HR and Administration Manager, trehak@ntsv.com.au Applications must include a cover letter and a current resume by 25 November 2017

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