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Administrative Officer 

Tarndanya (Adelaide), Kaurna Country


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Looking for a career in Administration?

This could be the perfect role for you

MURRA Partners is continuing its successful collaboration with EGM Partners to recruit an Administrative Officer for Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation (ILSC) based in Tarndanya (Adelaide), Kaurna Country.

Under the direction of the Senior Administrative Officer, the Administrative Officer undertakes a range  of administrative, financial and other office-based activities to support project staff, management  employees and assist to maintain the efficient and effective operations of the Divisional Office.  

ILSC and MURRA strongly encourage Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander People to apply for this role and, as MURRA understands the cultural and social aspects unique to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, we are delighted to partner with ILSC on this opportunity.  

The ILSC assists Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to realise economic, social, cultural and environmental benefits that the ownership and management of land, water and water related rights can bring.

"This role would be perfect for someone who has admin experience and wants a long and meaningful career with a great organisaiton"


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Gavin Wanganeen

Managing Director - MURRA Partners

What you need:

  • Strong Attention to detail

  • Strong work ethic and team player

  • Previous administration experience

What you'll be doing:

Undertaking a range of administrative tasks including but not limited to, preparation of
correspondence and reports, organising meetings/conferences, arranging travel bookings,
undertake switchboard duties and providing administrative support to the Office.

For more information please click apply or contact Gavin Wanganeen at MURRA Partners via email on

"We're closing the gap in corporate Australia: creating culturally safe workplaces and culturally aware leaders that respect the traditional custodians and landowners."

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