General Manager

  • Ngunga Women's Group Aboriginal Corporation
  • Derby WA
  • Annual Salary: $90318-$98303
  • Annual Leave: 5 Weeks inc 17.5% leave loading on 4 weeks
  • Accommodation: Annual rental subsidy $7800
  • Vehicle: N/A
  • Additional Leave: N/A
  • Extras: Annual district allowance: $3900 single or $7800 double



Ngunga Womens Group is a not-for-profit, Indigenous Community-based and managed charitable organisation governed by a Board, all of whom are elected by members of the organisation. Ngunga Womens has been operating in the Derby/Malarabah Region for the past 25 years. Ngunga Group Womens Aboriginal Corporation delivers a Tenancy Support Program, Mobile Playgroup Program and Financial Counselling Program, strategic business development and enterprise opportunities for local Indigenous people.

The primary role of the Manager is to provide leadership and management of the Corporation, working across all levels of the organisation and with external stakeholders, and partnered Aboriginal Corporations.

The General Manager is responsible for the successful execution of the strategic direction established by the Ngunga Group Women’s Board of Directors. The General Manager will work with the Board of Directors to ensure that the most appropriate and effective services are implemented to support and encourage Aboriginal people residing within the Shire of Derby West Kimberley. Particular significance will be placed on assisting Aboriginal women in their pursuit of self-reliance.

The General Manager is accountable for the corporation’s:

  • Delivery of all government and non-government contracts and other services
  • Financial viability
  • Compliance with all legislative requirements
  • Management and development of all staff members
  • Promotion of community development and self-management

For information regarding this position please contact Ben Burton via email or phone 08 9193 1600

Applicants Must:

• Provide A Covering Letter
• Address The Selection Criteria
• Provide A Current Resume
• Provide 3 Current References

Addressing all the above to: Ben Burton, email:

Indigenous women are strongly encouraged to apply.

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