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Opportunities

 

HEAD OF REGION (CAPE YORK)

Are you an experienced operations manager in the travel, outdoor education, tourism or events space?

Do you have a history of leading a team to deliver dozens of programs to a very high standard?

Do you enjoy managing staff and processes to ensure the successful delivery of and the continuous improvements to programs?

Are you ready for your next long-term role?

Red Earth is growing quickly, and we are looking for a driven Head of Region who is passionate about helping to lead a team that connects young people to the Indigenous homelands of Cape York. This is an amazing chance for someone to lead the delivery of over 50 educational programs across Far North Queensland, working at the crossroads of tourism and the Indigenous space. This role will be primarily Sydney based but with the opportunity to travel to our beautiful partner regions across the Cape York Peninsula.

The ideal candidate will bring the following experience to the team from day one.

Required

  • 3+ years management experience (teams of 6 or more people)
  • 5+ years operations and project management experience
  • 5+ years experience in a similar industry (tourism, outdoor education, events, travel)
  • Financial literacy and experience in maintaining budgets

Desirable

  • Experience in start-up, high growth business-environments
  • Public speaking experience

Click here to view the full Position Description.

How to apply

To express interest in the above role, email your CV and a Cover Letter to:

Stuart Gregg (General Manager) – stuart@redearth.edu.au, and;

Nick Brown-Graham (Head of Operations) – nick@redearth.edu.au

We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage people who identify as Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander to apply.

Applications will close at 5pm on Friday 7th October, 2021.

 


 

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 will close on 31st October 2021.

 


 

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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