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Employment

Queensland South Native Title Services (QSNTS) is the native title service provider for the southern half of Queensland. Our workforce is comprised of legal, research, community relations and corporate staff.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are encouraged to apply for roles with QSNTS.


Current Vacancies

Development Facilitator

Queensland South Native Title Services (QSNTS) is now seeking a Development Facilitator to join our interdisciplinary team working on sustainable development opportunities for, and in partnership with, Traditional Owners.

The Development Facilitator role is located in QSNTS’s newly established Client Development Unit (CDU), within QSNTS’s Operations Division, and reports to the Chief Operating Officer. The work of the CDU is directly supported by a Development Officer.

The Development Facilitator will be responsible for developing and implementing a programme of activities through the CDU, targeted at identifying and facilitating sustainable development opportunities for Traditional Owners and Prescribed Bodies Corporate within QSNTS’s service region. The Development Facilitator will also work collaboratively with QSNTS’s interdisciplinary Client Management Teams in the development of Client Management Plans to identify opportunities for sustainable development throughout the native title journey.

For more information, please download the job advertisement and position description below.

Applications close 5:00pm, Friday 30 April 2021.

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Paralegal

Queensland South Native Title Services (QSNTS) is now seeking an experienced, talented and motivated Paralegal to join our team in our Brisbane CBD office.

As a Paralegal with QSNTS, you will work in interdisciplinary teams, under the supervision of a qualified legal practitioner, to assist in the delivery of a comprehensive suite of services, including the performance of QSNTS’ functions under the Native Title Act, to support traditional owners to pursue and implement their native title rights and interests.

For more information, please download the job advertisement and position description below.

Applications close 5:00pm, Friday 30 April 2021.

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How To Apply

Applications for advertised positions can be submitted electronically via humanresources@qsnts.com.au, as follows:

  1. Obtain the position description, which describes the key capabilities of the role;
  2. Write a letter of application no greater than two (2) pages, outlining how you meet the criteria of the position, together with with your curriculum vitae; and
  3. Submit via e-mail to humanresources@qsnts.com.au by 5:00pm on the application closing date.

Internship Program

QSNTS accepts interns as part of its Internship Program, placing legal and anthropological interns in a native title representative body/service provider environment. To learn more about our Internship Program, please contact our Human Resources team on 1800 663 693.