Cultural Heritage Advisor (Environmental Plans) – Corporate Affairs

BH-260118
  • Working with Woodside Energy
  • Australia Western Australia Perth
  • Contract
  • Oil & Gas
NES Fircroft are working with Woodside Energy seeking an experienced Cultural Heritage Advisor (Environmental Plans) – Corporate Affairs to join their team.

Start Date: ASAP 
Working Location: Perth CBD or Karratha, Western Australia 
Roster: Monday to Friday
Working Hours: 7.5 hour working days, WFH flexibility
Contract Length: 12 month contract
Pay Rate: Negotiable

About the Role:
An exciting opportunity has become available to join us as the Cultural Heritage Advisor on a 12-month contract basis. This position will be responsible for inputting and reviewing cultural heritage material for environmental plans, specifically providing cultural heritage inputs into environment plans; assessing and articulating cultural values in records of consultation; and assessing and developing controls for identified cultural values. Working at the direction of the Manager Global Heritage and alongside multi-disciplinary teams, this role will work closely with the Environment and Corporate Affairs environment plan teams to ensure timely delivery of cultural heritage content into environment plans.


Duties & Responsibilities:
 
  • Understanding of First Nations/Cultural Heritage concepts, values and terminology.
  • Familiar with industry heritage practice, including the Burra Charter
  • Responsible for reviewing, synthesising, and interpreting cultural heritage information.
  • Responsible for developing control measures to manage cultural features and heritage values, including creative problem solving.
  • Corporate Affairs deliverables:
    • Summarising cultural heritage information for inclusion in environment plans to meet regulatory standards.
    • Articulating specialist heritage concepts for non-specialist audiences.
    • Reviewing, synthesising and interpreting cultural heritage information from consultation records.
    • Developing control measures to manage cultural features and heritage values, including creative problem solving.
    • Government advocacy and compliance with regulatory requirements.
 
Skills & Experience:
  • At least 3 years of cultural heritage, corporate affairs or First Nations related experience.
  • Bachelor degree in communications, archaeology, anthropology, political science, legal or related fields.
  • Awareness of Australian First Nations communities and culture.
  • Understanding of community issues that interface with Woodside’s business. 
  • Demonstrated ability as a team player, enabler and ability to work independently and within a diverse team. 
  • Preparedness to drive outcomes in support of overall development milestones.
  • Demonstrated ability to apply initiative and innovation to work activities.
  • Strong written and verbal skills


BH ID 260118


 
If interested please apply or contact:  

Jasmine Albert
Recruitment Consultant
NES Fircroft
Email: jasmine.albert@nesfircroft.com

With over 90 years' combined experience, NES Fircroft (NES) is proud to be the world's leading engineering staffing provider spanning the Oil & Gas, Power & Renewables, Chemicals, Construction & Infrastructure, Life Sciences, Mining and Manufacturing sectors worldwide. With more than 80 offices in 45 countries, we are able to provide our clients with the engineering and technical expertise they need, wherever and whenever it is needed. We offer contractors far more than a traditional recruitment service, supporting with everything from securing visas and work permits, to providing market-leading benefits packages and accommodation, ensuring they are safely and compliantly able to support our clients.

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