Indigenous Land Corporation Enterprise Agreement

KLC offers the opportunity to work in one of Australia`s most beautiful landscapes, the Kimberley, where you can learn the traditional land management principles of the world`s oldest living culture, work and travel in some of Australia`s most remote and untouched landscapes and enjoy attractive working and employment conditions. Regulations 6A and 6B of the Commonwealth Authorities and Companies Regulations (CACR) prescribed, as of January 1, 2009, the basic requirements for the composition of the Commonwealth audit committees. The Ministry of Finance and the 2008/2003 deregulation letter provide operational details. A jury charter was developed and qualified and representative individuals were appointed to an audit committee. The audit committee developed its charter and reviewed the 2009/2010 accounts. ClC employees work under the CLC Enterprise Bargaining Agreement (EBA) and the CLC/NLC Award. The current EBA expired in February 2007, but remains active until its replacement. Negotiations for a new certified agreement have begun. As part of the modernization of the Fair Work Australia award, the CLC has become the answering machine for a modern distinction, and the next certified agreement will address transition issues. The Kimberley Land Council Aboriginal Corporation (KLC) is an Aboriginal association in the Kimberley area. Founded in 1978 by Aboriginal people for the protection of traditional lands and waters, the KLC has a responsibility to protect, improve and obtain a formal (legal, social and political) status of the customs, laws and traditions of the Kimberley Owner. The CLC has many reporting obligations under the ALRA and the Native Title Act – and is a party to a large number of trade land use agreements.

Phase 1 (title) of this project is about to be completed and phase 2 (agreements) is underway. Please note that the Kimberley Land Council is committed to improving employment opportunities and outcomes for Torres Strait Aborigines and Islanders. As a measure of equality and support, Section 51 of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 (WA) will apply to this position.

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