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Reconciliation Action Plan Coordinator


Brisbane

The Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) is a statutory body set up to combat and reduce the incidence of major crime and corruption in the public sector in Queensland. Its functions and powers are set out in the Crime and Corruption Act 2001.

Job details

Position status Fixed Term Temporary
Position type Part-time
Occupational group Administration
Classification AO4
Workplace Location Brisbane - North
Job ad reference QLD/390268
Closing date 22-Oct-2021
Job duration Two years
Contact person Nicole Snelling
Contact details 07 3360 6115
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  • Do you have Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander heritage? 
  • Are you looking for a role where you can make a difference in the Reconciliation space?
  • Are you keen to work part time (14.5hrs p.w.) to balance your work and study or other responsibilities and interests?
  • Do you have strong administration, project management skills and report writing skills?
  • If you have answered yes to the above, read on….the Crime and Corruption Commission may have the job for you!

About us

We have a vision that our communities will be safe and supported by fair and ethical public institutions with a focus on those matters of highest threat to the Queensland community. As an organisation we are committed to this vision and as such our values of people, accountability, integrity, courage and excellence underpin everything we do at the CCC.

Our RAP

At the CCC we are committed to Reconciliation and have delivered changes from our RAP including:

  • Cultural Awareness training to over 300+ staff
  • Celebrating Indigenous diversity through participation in NAIDOC and Reconciliation weeks
  • Displaying Indigenous art works and a First Nations Map
  • Membership of Supply Nation
  • Launching of a RAP and cultural hub intranet page
  • Advertising all our roles with the ATIS Job board
  • Incorporating ‘Acknowledgement of Country' into our functions, meetings and special events

There is more work to do, and that's where the RAP Coordinator comes in!

About the role

As part of our Human Resources team, reporting to the Direction Human Resources, the RAP Coordinator will work closely with our Indigenous Advisor to coordinate the delivery of the CCC's Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) and build cultural competence within the CCC. 

This is an exciting time to join the CCC as we focus on establishing a Cultural Advisory Group and developing our new RAP.

The role will:

  • Plan and initiative activities and projects to support delivery of the RAP
  • Manage the delivery of culturally appropriate activities to mark significant events including Reconciliation Week and NAIDOC week
  • Solve problems and assist in the development and implementation of initiatives, policies, processes and systems to ensure the delivery of the RAP
  • Support key internal stakeholders with development, co-ordination and implementation of projects in line with the RAP
  • Monitor delivery of the RAP and report on progress, risks and issues to the RAP Working Group
  • Prepare reports and other documents in relation to the RAP
  • Support community engagement processes including monitoring and reporting of actions and outcomes from these processes and;
  • Help to build cultural competence within the CCC

About you
Our ideal candidate will:

  • Be of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Heritage
  • Demonstrate an ability to work collaboratively and constructively with others to support the building of cultural competence.
  • Possess strong written and oral communication skills
  • Have experience managing and reporting on projects and progress against plans
  • Have developed the ability to work in a multi disciplinary team, consulting and liaising with others internal and external to the organisation
  • Demonstrate success managing priorities, working and delivering to deadlines.
  • Be prepared to undergo rigorous background checks – given that we are an integrity agency, this forms part of our selection process.

Exposure to working with the Queensland Government, would be well regarded, however is not essential. 

How to apply 

For more detailed information, including what is required to demonstrate your suitability for the role, refer to the attached role description. Pre-employment vetting forms a part of our selection process - you may be asked to provide detailed personal particulars and private interests information. For more information about our security vetting process please refer to How to apply | CCC - Crime and Corruption Commission Queensland

 

Further information

We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity.

For more information about working with the CCC, visit www.ccc.qld.gov.au/careers

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