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The Indigenous Carbon Industry Network (ICIN) is the peak industry body representing Indigenous-owned and operated carbon projects across Australia.
It is currently auspiced by Warddeken Land Management Ltd, a registered Indigenous-owned not-for-profit company and registered charity, owned by Traditional Owners of the West Arnhem Land region with interests in the Warddeken Indigenous Protected Area.
Since 2018, the ICIN has rapidly grown in both membership and services, and following substantial consultation with its members (and advice from Terri Janke and Co legal), has recently incorporated as an independent not-for-profit company, overseen by a seven-person Aboriginal Board of Directors. The network is currently in the process of transitioning from operational management under Warddeken Land Management Ltd, to the new governance structure of ICIN Ltd.
The ICIN has two new exciting positions available to support the growing needs of the network.
Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged.
It is preferred that the successful applicant works from our office in Darwin, NT.
Please note applications for either position will be accepted until Thursday 24 February 2021
Current Positions Vacant
Project Coordinator, Method Development (0.6) – Indigenous-identified
12 month, part-time (3 days a week) position with potential opportunity to extend
ICIN is seeking a part-time Project Coordinator to support workshops and consultations with Indigenous groups across Australia to support carbon method co-design process overseen by the Clean Energy Regulator.
Applications for Expressions of Interest are currently open.
This is an identified position open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander persons.
The position is ideal for a person seeking part-time work, either from home anywhere in Australia or from our office based in Darwin, NT.
The successful candidate will be highly organized, self-motivated, experience in supporting community engagement, have an interest in science, an ability to interpret technical scientific information and possess excellent communication skills – particularly in active listening, facilitation, interpretation and writing.
Qualifications and experience in scientific research, policy, an understanding of the carbon industry and/or Indigenous land and sea management will also be an advantage.
Key responsibilities include:
- Managing a project to deadlines
- Organizing online meetings
- Community engagement
- Other duties as required
If the above position is of interest to you, please contact email the Coordinator at [email protected] to apply and attach a copy of your CV and a cover letter.
Note that applications for the below positions have closed. If you have applied we will we be in touch soon. If you have any queries, please contact the Coordinator.
Business Development Manager (0.8 pt)
To inform the continuing growth of the organisation, the Indigenous Carbon Industry Network is seeking an experienced Business Development Manager to work with ICIN Staff and Board to develop, and implement, a comprehensive strategic business plan.
The successful applicant will not only provide guidance to ICIN Staff and Directors but will also support relationships between the organization and its members and funders, to ensuring that ICIN Member’s expectations are met and that the organisation is operating in line with its mission, values, obligations and the rules set out under its Constitution.
This is a unique opportunity for the right person to contribute substantially to the consolidation, and growth of Australia’s first Indigenous-owned carbon industry network, and therefore support more Indigenous people and organisations from across Australia to understand, access and lead emerging carbon markets in Australia.
Communications Manager (0.8 pt)
The Indigenous Carbon Industry Network seeks an experienced and motivated person with excellent writing skills, active listening abilities, experience with strategic communications planning and social media management as well as a passion for Indigenous economic development and cross-cultural knowledge sharing to support and manage communication through the network.