As the Trust Coordinator, you will coordinate key Native Title Trusts (Trusts) operational, administrative and compliance processes. You will also be responsible for supporting relationships with Land Councils, Aboriginal Corporations and regulatory bodies
About the role:
Assist Client Relationship Managers with the coordination of key trust activities
Ensure operational and other trust requirements are discharged efficiently
Develop and maintain a consolidated meeting, governance and events calendar
Co-ordinate all trust-related events and ensure governance requirements are discharged in a timely manner
Develop and maintain a “decision” and an “action” register for each Trust;
Coordinate and assist Client Relationship Managers’ with administration
Support relationships with external organisations such as Land Councils and Prescribed Body Corporates
Collaborate within the Native Title/Community Trusts team
Identify and escalate compliance incidents and contribute to client / beneficiary focused resolution and management
Demonstrate compliance with relevant policies and legislation, including but not limited to, Privacy Legislation, Equal Opportunity, and Occupational Health & Safety.
What you'll need to succeed:
Formal qualification or working towards qualification in finance, business or law highly regarded
Experience with working with Aboriginal communities and their representative organisations and not-for-profit organisations highly regarded
Demonstrated track-record in governance, executive office or secretariat function
Proven ability to develop relationships with both internal and external stakeholders
Strong organisational skills and exceptional detail focus
Empathetic and resilient character
Ability to work efficiently as part of a team and independently
Strong oral and written communication skills
What we can offer you:
A warm, open, and supportive culture
An attractive remuneration package, including reward and recognition programs
An employee wellness program, including an employee assistance program
A workplace volunteering and giving program to enable you to help others in the community
We are proud to be part of the Top 30 Best Workplaces to Giveback 2022
Discounted tax and estate planning services
Great central CBD location, Modern office fit-out and end-of-trip facilities.
About us - Trusted since 1888
Equity Trustees was established in 1888 and is now one of Australia's largest specialist trustee companies. We help our clients grow, manage and protect their wealth now and for generations to come. As a trustee company, it is our responsibility to always act in our clients' best interests, ensuring they feel safe, valued, and cared for.
We are committed to providing a workplace that is flexible, rewarding, and supportive of individual development. Just as you will help us grow our business, we will help you grow in your career.
Equity Trustees is 130 years strong - and growing. Apply now to be part of a successful contemporary trustee company!
Agencies please note that this vacancy is being managed directly by the Equity Trustees’ HR team. We will contact our preferred agency partners should we require additional support. Thank you.