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Senior Manager, Indigenous Engagement - Indigenous Identified Role

Westpac Group - Sydney, NSW

Voluntary, Charity & Social Work
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Senior Manager, Indigenous Engagement - Indigenous Identified Role

How will I help?

You will be responsible for leading Westpac Group’s approach to Indigenous engagement and reconciliation. This is an exciting opportunity to play a lead role in leading and developing the next Westpac Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). You will be recognised as a key person to advise on matters relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians.

You will foster relationships and influence stakeholders at all levels and ensure the business is recognised as an informed, supportive, and balanced leader, backing the success of Indigenous Australians. Westpac responds and collaborates on emerging issues and opportunities to ensure they are translated into Westpac’s actions, for both our current and future RAP.

You will support and strengthen partnerships with Indigenous leaders, partners and organisations – aligned with our RAP and Social Impact Framework. You will provide advice and guidance to Westpac Group businesses on Indigenous awareness, engagement approaches and activities.

What do I need?

You will have extensive experience working with Indigenous organisations/communities, with a solid and broad network of trusted relationships with Indigenous leaders and organisations, policy and other thought-leaders and peers. You will have experience in delivery and reporting of RAP performance and have the ability to work with stakeholder to design solutions that meet the needs of First Nations people, businesses and communities.

You will have experience working at a senior level in corporate sustainability, organisational change, and/or community engagement, preferably with tertiary qualifications. You will have familiarity with social impact and Indigenous engagement themes faced by the financial services sector. You will be a resilient and inspirational leader and an effective influencer with capacity to engage in a balanced manner with a breadth of stakeholders including executives and external leaders (especially the Westpac Indigenous Advisory Council), through to community-based organisations.

NOTE: Only applicants who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander will be considered.

What’s in it for you?

Joining Westpac has many benefits besides building a long and stable career. You’ll be able to purchase leave to facilitate your dreams or obligations and you’ll be encouraged to participate in the community through paid volunteer leave and secondments. You’ll also be entitled to a suite of online learning, training modules and career planning tools to grow with us.

What’s it like to work there?

As well as good pay and a great culture, joining the Westpac family means you’ll get some of the best banking, wealth and insurance benefits in the market. We back our employees by helping them work towards industry-recognised qualifications, using online learning, training modules and career planning tools for you to grow with us. We’ll even pay you to do volunteer or community work. As an equal opportunity employer, we’re proud to have created a culture and work environment that values diversity and flexibility – and champions inclusion.

How do I Apply?

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Applicants must identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander. Westpac Banking Corporation has been granted an exemption under section 126 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW) in relation to this position. For further details please contact us via email at [email protected]

Westpac Group

Sydney, NSW

Voluntary, Charity & Social Work


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