Larrakia Nation Aboriginal Corporation (LNAC) is the peak advocacy and support agency for the Larrakia people, the Traditional Land Owners of the Greater Darwin area.
Initially established in 1998 to represent the native title interests of the Larrakia people, LNAC has since evolved into a vital service delivery organisation focused on addressing the social, cultural and economic aspirations of the Larrakia people by initiating and administering programs, projects and services for the broader aboriginal community.
Your role, in whichever team you join, will play an essential part in helping us positively change lives.
The Larrakia Nation Enterprise Agreement 2018 outlines our employment conditions, salaries, and benefits. We offer our employees -
The Australian Taxation Office allows Public Benevolent Institutions, such as Larrakia Nation to offer special tax concessions to staff. These concessions allow you to salary package a maximum of $16,050 from your gross salary each Fringe Benefit Tax year. You can also salary sacrifice to a meal entertainment and holiday accommodation benefit card that allows you to salary package an additional $2,650 per year over and above your normal salary packaging amount.
Full and part time employees are entitled to 5 weeks pro rata annual leave per year, with a leave loading paid on each occasion that annual leave is taken.
Work life balance
We work a 35-hour week. We are a family friendly organisation and have roles that provide flexible work arrangements to enable our employees to meet their work obligations while also allowing them to balance lifestyle and/or family responsibilities.
We have a dedicated employee assistance program and excellent training and development opportunities.
Larrakia Nation uses pre-employment screening to ensure our employees are set up for long-term success. In addition to reference checking, we use the following -
Pre-employment medical – Some of our roles are tough and we need to know you are physically capable of performing the inherent requirements of the position. If we ask you to do a pre-employment medical, we will make the appointment for you, and cover the cost of the appointment.
Working with Children Check (Ochre Card) and Criminal History Check – We require all new staff members to have a current Working with Children (Ochre) Card, and a National Police Certificate dated within the last six months. All offers of employment are subject to you providing these documents prior to employment at your own expense.
Drivers Licence – We require all staff to have a full driver licence. Most of our motor vehicles are manual.
You must hold relevant work rights to be able to apply for all our roles.
We have an urgent need for Indigenous man and women wanting a career as a patrol officer. Out patrol officers patrol the Darwin and Palmerston areas ensuring Indigenous people’s safety is maintained through deescalating violence, resolving conflict, reducing risks of harm and conveying people to a safe place.
To be considered for the role you will need to send us your resume and attach a one page expression of interest stating how your experience; skills and abilities will be of benefit in the role.
If you are selected for interview you must bring to the interview a current full driver licence (our cars are manual); First Aid Certificate, Working with Children Card, and National Police check.
Send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 16th November 2020.
Casual pool of Candidates
We have applications available for our Patrol Officer roles. We maintain a casual pool for this role.
To apply, please download the job description below and address the selection criteria enclosed, please then submit this alongside your up to date resume to email@example.com.
Please note: Submission of applications does not mean you will be guaranteed a role at any given time, we will review completed applications as required and will contact you.
Expressions of Interest
We are currently seeking Cultural Artists & Educators to assist in connecting our school children with Aboriginal culture such as dance, music, arts and craft, storytelling, traditional food and cultural awareness. These activities may be held at our Cultural Centre in Palmerston or at local schools.
To apply you will need: An up to date resume demonstrating your skills/talent, a valid Working with Children’s Card, a current National Police Check (dated within the last 6 months) and a current ABN.
Please be aware that without the above, we cannot proceed with your application.
If you have a talent or skill that you feel would assist us in achieving the above and providing children with new positive experiences, please contact our Palmerston Office on 8931 2120 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.