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Human Resources Support Officer
Full Time, Tennant Creek NT
  • Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander Identified Position
  • Up to $5000 relocation assistance 
  • 6 weeks annual leave
  • Salary packaging up to $15,900 pa. + $2,600 meals and entertainment allowance
  • Subsidised accommodation for candidates outside of the Barkly region
  • Remote retention allowance of $750
  • Build mean­ing­ful con­nec­tions in the com­mu­ni­ty of Ten­nant Creek
  • Employee access to Anyinginyi Health Clinic – with free Prescriptions
  • Free General Dentistry 

Great opportunity for an HR Support Officer to join Anyinginyi, an organisation enacting real change to close the gap in Aboriginal Health outcomes. 


About Us:


We are an Abo­rig­i­nal com­mu­ni­ty-con­trolled organ­i­sa­tion com­mit­ted to achiev­ing health equi­ty for Abo­rig­i­nal peo­ple in the Bark­ly region. To achieve our goal, we employ over 150 peo­ple across a diverse range of roles in each of our key sec­tions of Health Ser­vices, Pub­lic Health, Stronger Fam­i­lies and Cor­po­rate Services.


About the Role:


Reporting to the HR Manager, you will work closely with the Section Managers at Anyinginyi to deliver all facets of recruitment and HR administration support.


Key responsibilities:

  • Partner with Executive Managers to support their recruitment
  • Network and build relationships with industry contacts, employees, agencies and other partners
  • Lead end to end recruitment 
  • Manage onboarding and travel/relocation arrangements  for new hires
  • Develop and maintain an applicant Talent Pool
  • Provide HR administration support
  • Represent Anyinginyi at employment and education events to promote awareness of the organisation

About You:

  • You are respectful of Aboriginal culture and protocols
  • 2 years' experience in Recruitment/HR Administration/Office Administration
  • Knowledge and understanding of your role in an Aboriginal community controlled environment
  • Ability to foster teamwork and collaborate with different departments
  • Demonstrated experience in database management and record keeping
  • Excellent computer skills
  • Ochre Card / Working with Children Card (or ability to obtain)

How to Apply:


We are not requesting a copy of your resume at this stage, so please complete the requested work history & education information on the application page.


If you are a highly motivated individual looking for a new career opportunity and you are ready to progress your career with expe­ri­ence you won’t find any­where else, we’d be delighted to hear from you!




This position is designated Indigenous under Section 57 of the NT Anti-Discrimination Act. Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander individuals are encouraged to apply.


This opportunity is only available for applicants with the right to live and work in Australia.


No recruitment agencies please


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