The AbCF is seeking a multi-skilled Indigenous person with a proactive personality, who rolls up their sleeves and gets stuck into complex projects that often involve juggling multiple deliverables and working with many different stakeholders that require strategic ways of working and communicating. This person does not need to be spoon fed and is a strategic and creative thinker, able to come up with positive alternatives and solutions to keep a project moving forward, despite any obstacles along the way.
The best part of the job is working with Aboriginal rangers and Traditional Owners spending time on-country. When supporting a verification of environmental, social, economic and cultural co-benefits or leading training in the community this person should feel relaxed and confident.
Download the Position Description & Selection Criteria here. Applications addressing the selection criteria (max. 2 pages) and resume (max. 2 pages) should be sent to Rowan Foley CEO at firstname.lastname@example.org. Call 0427 013 318 if you have any questions. Closing date COB Monday 27 September 2021.
The Aboriginal Carbon Foundation (AbCF) catalyses life-changing, community prosperity, through carbon farming. Our aim is to build wealth for Traditional Owners and non-Aboriginal carbon farmers, implementing carbon projects that demonstrate environmental, social and cultural core benefits, through the ethical trade of carbon credits. The Board is currently looking for new Directors with one or more of the specific skills identified below;
For more information on this position please see our listing on Ethical Jobs. Please Note: Being on the Aboriginal Carbon Foundation Board requires a minimum time commitment of 2-4 hours per month. First Nations People from throughout Australia are strongly encouraged to apply. For enquiries about this position, please also email email@example.com, using the subject line: Non Executive Board Members enquiry via EthicalJobs.
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