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Current Opportunities

 


OPERATIONS MANAGERS

 

Positions Available

  • Central Australia – Operations Manager
  • Cape York – Operations Manager

 

Role Outline

The Operations Manager is directly responsible for implementing all aspects of Red Earth’s Immersion Program in a region. The Operations Manager’s role has five main components:

  1. Building and maintaining strong relationships with Traditional Owners of homelands & communities in the region:
    • Working with Traditional Owners to plan immersion itineraries
    • Organising community skill development & training workshops for the regional community partners, where needed and requested
    • Providing constructive feedback to the region’s community partners
    • Discovering and onboarding new homelands with whom to partner
  2. Managing equipment, resources & logistics in the region
  3. Overseeing immersions in the region including:
    • Managing the immersion leaders
    • Managing other Red Earth employees and volunteers in the region
  4. Preparing Regional Immersion documentation including:
    • Immersion Program documents
    • Working with the Regional team to prepare service projects
    • Development and maintenance of risk assessments in conjunction with the Head of Operations
  5. Liaising with the Program Manager to organise immersion bookings

The role will primarily be office based, however there is about 80 days of travel your responsible region in order to foster close working relationships with our community partners and work on the ground delivering exceptional immersions.  Ideally, the Operations Manager will have great interpersonal skills and be able to work in both an office and field environment with a variety of stakeholders.

 

Salary Package

$80,000 – $85,000 p.a. package including superannuation (includes $100 per night travel bonus for remote travel)

6 weeks paid annual leave + days in lieu

 

How to Apply

To apply for this position, email your CV and a Cover Letter to:

Stuart Gregg stuart@redearth.edu.au; and 

Nick Brown-Graham,  nick@redearth.edu.au

Applications close on Friday 3rd December 2021

For more information, please see full position description here

 


PROGRAM MANAGERS

 

Positions Available

  • Top End – Program Manager
  • Central Australia – Program Manager
  • Cape York – Program Manager

 

Role Outline

Program Managers are charged with organising our immersions to remote Indigenous homelands and managing our school relationships. Apart from helping set the strategic direction for the program, the role has 5 main components:

  1. Managing allocations for all assigned programs and implementing continuous program improvements.
  2. Planning and booking for our immersion programs
    • Booking flights, tourism, transport & maintain relationships with our suppliers & providers in the region
    • Creating food orders and organising all catering for immersions
  3. Providing on-going support to groups travelling to the region, and running pre-departure sessions for our travelling participants
    • Liaising with Red Earth staff to organise their attendance at Pre-Departure Meetings
    • Creating Pre-Departure meeting material
    • Creating and managing online Portals for groups travelling
    • Visiting schools and groups travelling, to deliver Pre-Departure information, and/or collect feedback post-Immersion
  4. Liaising with the Operations Manager to deliver immersions
  5. Work on the ground in remote communities (about 20 days a year) and regular interstate travel to present to school groups (15 days per year).

 

Salary Package

$75,000 – $82,000 p.a. including superannuation, including $100 per night allowance for remote travel

6 weeks paid annual leave + days in lieu

 

How to Apply

To apply for this position, email your CV and a Cover Letter to:

Stuart Gregg stuart@redearth.edu.au; and 

Nick Brown-Graham,  nick@redearth.edu.au

Applications close on Friday 3rd December 2021

For more information, please see full position description here

 


IMMERSION LEADERS

Have you dreamed of combining your love for outdoor education with a passion for Indigenous culture and remote travel?

Red Earth is seeking experienced outdoor guides and facilitators to join our growing family as Immersion Leaders in 2022.

If the following description sounds like you, please consider applying to become a part of our team:

  • You are over 21, or will be over 21 on April 1, 2022
  • Hold at least a Certificate IV in Outdoor Recreation (or have equivalent experience)
  • Have 2+ years experience working as an outdoor guide or educator
  • Have experience working with high school aged students and teachers
  • Want to learn more about Indigenous culture

For more information, please download and carefully read our 2022 Immersion Leader Information Pack.

To apply, please follow the link below to complete our online form.

APPLY HERE: https://www.redearth.edu.au/team-application-form/

Applications closed on 31st October 2021 – thank you to all who have expressed interest.

We are currently reviewing all candidates.

Further applications are still welcome, but may be considered for our 2023 intake.

 


 

IMMERSION ASSISTANTS

Please note: This role is a volunteer position with relevant costs, expenses and training covered by Red Earth.

Are you interested in being a part of an immersion to a remote Indigenous community in Australia?

If the following description sounds like you, please consider applying to volunteer with Red Earth in 2022:

  • You are over 21, or will be over 21 by April 1 2022
  • Have experience working with youth, schools or teachers
  • Are comfortable in the outdoors
  • Hold a passion for adventure
  • Enjoy working in a team environment
  • Want to learn more about Indigenous culture

For more information, please download and carefully read our Immersion Assistant Information Pack for 2022.

To apply, please follow the link below to complete our online form.

APPLY HERE: https://www.redearth.edu.au/team-application-form/

Applications will close on 7th February 2022.

 


 

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