The ACT Government is seeking to fill vacancies on the ACT Reconciliation Council.
The Reconciliation Council promotes Reconciliation in the community to support Canberra being an inclusive community which values and respects Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as Australia’s First People.
Council members work with community continuing the conversation around Reconciliation and encouraging the community to celebrate and learn more about the history and culture of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Council Members will also support the ACT Government to develop a program of activities taking place in the lead up to Reconciliation Day as well as keeping Reconciliation on the community’s agenda all year round.
So, if you know a prominent Canberran who can provide strategic direction about engaging the ACT community to continue a conversation about Reconciliation and who has the ability to provide leadership in the ACT about Reconciliation, please spread the word about the ACT Reconciliation Council member vacancies.
The Council consists up to twelve members and meets a minimum of four times per year. Successful applicants will be engaged for two years on the Council.
Applicants will need to send a CV and a one-page Expression of Interest outlining their experience and how they envisage themselves on this dynamic Council to: