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Appointments for water or catchment board

Considered being on a Victorian water or catchment board? DELWP is recruiting for appointments to the first Aboriginal Commissioner of the Victorian Environment Water Holder, catchment management authority boards and water corporation boards.

Come to an information session where there will be presentations by the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) Aboriginal Water Program.

Tuesday March 7, Ballarat 11am - 1pm, Ballarat & District Aboriginal Co-op, 5 Market St, Ballarat

Wednesday March 8, Heywood, 11am - 1pm, Winda-Marra Aboriginal Co-op, 21 Scott St, Heywood

Thursday March 9, Warnambool, 11am - 1pm. Reserve, Harris St, Warnambool

Thursday March 9, Geelong, 3.30 - 5.30pm, Wathaurong Aboriginal Co-op, 62 Morgan St, North Geelong

Wednesday March 15, Lakes Entrance, 2 - 3.30 pm, Forestec, 27 Scriveners Rd, Kalimna West

Sessions for Bendigo, Echuca and Shepparton are being confirmed.

This video explains why it's important Aboriginal people get involved in boards.

Expression of interests open until April 10. Find out more about the vacancies.

Further Information

Tel: 136 186

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