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240 St Georges Tce, PERTH, WA, 6000
Perth, WA, Australia

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Indigenous Affairs Advisers/Senior Advisers


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Job Description:

About Woodside
Woodside is the pioneer of the LNG industry in Australia, producing 6% of global LNG supply. We have an outstanding base business of world-class assets and strong growth prospects - plus the experience, capability and vision to make things happen.
 
We're expanding our workforce in Perth and Karratha as we create an integrated LNG production centre in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, the Burrup Hub.

A role with Woodside is more than a career. It's an adventure, with options to work across assets, disciplines, and product

Our global headquarters is based in Perth, Australia's fourth-largest city. Our state-of-the-art campus reflects the quality of life Perth is known for - with a six Green Star rating, advanced wellness features and flexibility in how you work.
 
Woodside Culture
We recognise that a key contributor to our success is an inclusive culture that promotes diversity and a sense of belonging.
 
About the Role:

Indigenous Affairs Adviser - Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)

The Indigenous Affairs Adviser supports Woodside's commitment to deliver our RAP plan. You will provide strategic advice into the development of Woodside's RAP and monitoring, evaluation and reporting framework. You will also lead the implementation of any actions arising from RAP outcomes.
 
Senior Indigenous Affairs Adviser - Indigenous Agreements
This position supports the Indigenous agreement-making negotiation processes and research. You will do this by developing negotiation strategies to support agreement-making activities between Woodside and Traditional Owners. The role also supports compliance with Woodside's current Land Access Agreements including the NYFL, BMIEA and Conservation Agreements.
 
These positions will be based in Perth, Western Australia and offers lots of opportunities and a great lifestyle.
 
Duties & Responsibilities:
* The Indigenous Affairs Adviser works across the business, supporting Woodside's commitment to our RAP.
* This will include coordinating events, impending our RAP commitments, and reporting to management on progress of these activities including input into our annual RAP report. There is also the opportunity to help shape the next RAP commitment.
 
The role will get involved with external facing engagement with various stakeholders. These will include Reconciliation Australia, and other external RAP action partners, local indigenous community groups, as well as government agencies. You will be required to develop negotiating strategies and attend and participate in meetings with internal and external stakeholders to ensure Native Title is understood. Additionally, you will manage Native Title negotiation processes and monitor connection processes and conditions for Land Use Agreements.
 
Skills & Experience:
We have opportunities for both experienced oil and gas people, and those seeking to transition to the industry.
 
 What we expect from you:
 * You share and demonstrate the same values we do: integrity, respect, discipline, excellence, working sustainably and working together
 * Degree qualifications, preferably in communications, legal, Indigenous studies, heritage or commercial field
 * Experience with project planning implementation would be an advantage
 * Prior experience with implementation and delivery of RAP, particularly for a major organisation or demonstrated experience working with native title and cultural heritage negotiations is preferred
 * Experience working with Indigenous people and Indigenous issues is essential
 * An ability to develop relationships and influence a range of internal and/or external stakeholders
 * Knowledge of key legislation, including the Aboriginal Heritage Act 1972 and Native Title Act 1993, including the ability to interpret and apply various legislation, policy and guidelines into work scopes

Occupations:

Human Resources: Corporate Development and Training
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Job ID:

8765

Employment Type:

Full time

Location:

Perth, WA, Australia

Title:

Indigenous Affairs Advisers/Senior Advisers

Category:

Other
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Posted:

12.06.2019

Salary:

Not Specified