Work with us

Work With Us

We are currently hiring! Work with us to grow the next generation of First Nations law-makers.

Ngalaya is currently recruiting for 2 positions that will work closely together and with the Ngalaya Board to support the next stage of Ngalaya’s growth throughout 2023 and beyond.

Applications are now open and accepted on a rolling basis. 

Ngalaya Board & CEO
Mark Holden, Kate Sinclair (Chairperson), Jason O'Neil (CEO), Dayne Syron at the 2022 Ngalaya Ball.

See the position descriptions below:

Both positions allow for remote work and flexible working hours. As a public benevolent institute, Ngalaya employees are eligible to make the most of their pre-tax salary through salary packaging.

Applications accepted via email following the instructions in the position description documents. Applicants should submit:

  • cover letter addressing the selection criteria;
  • copies of university transcripts; and
  • current CV