Positions Currently Available

With the signing of the ILUA work on the SKA Project will be commencing soon and there will be lots of employment and training opportunities that will flow from this. We want to hear from any Wajarri People who are interested in working on the project. 

This expression of Interest form will let us know what type of jobs you are interested in, and what training you might need.  Please complete the form via the link below and we will be in touch with you ASAP.

HR / Office Manager

Wajarri Yamaji Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC

Wajarri Yamaji Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC (WYAC) is the Prescribed Body Corporate (PBC) for the Wajarri Yamaji People of the Gascoyne/Murchison region of Western Australia. The Wajarri Yamaji native title determination is one of the largest in Western Australia. There are a significant number of opportunities that exist on Wajarri Yamaji country including those associated with the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) Project, an international effort to build the world’s largest radio telescope (www.skatelescope.org)

WYAC is seeking an experienced HR / Office Manager to manage all human resource and office management matters for the Corporation.

Administration Support

Wajarri Yamaji Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC

Support the Reception area, to manage and undertake collation and processing of Member applications and continuous maintenance and monitoring of the Member register on ATMS database.

Independent Director

We are seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified people to fill the role of Independent Director for three Wajarri Group entities. Each entity is looking for its own Independent Director and the roles are paid positions.

Site Labourer

$45-$55/hr depending on skills and experience

The WEL PSGH Joint Venture is seeking Site Labourers to join our team for the construction of a ~200 person workers camp to support development of the Square Kilometre Array Observatory (SKAO) project at the Inyarrimanha Ilgari Bundara site.

If you wish to apply for this position, please send a copy of your resume and a cover letter addressing the selection criteria to sharon@wajarri.com.au by Friday 5th May 2023.

Electrician Apprentice

Primary purpose include completing all tasks assigned by the supervising electrician, which may include assisting with installations, troubleshooting, repairs, and calibrations of electrical systems and equipment. You should be eager to learn and able to follow instructions. To be successful as an electrical apprentice, you should demonstrate good time management and customer service skills. Outstanding candidates are highly analytical, observant, and have sound knowledge of safety protocols. The role will be engaged initially on the SKAO project and related projects upon completion.

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