GIPL is seeking expressions of interest for Consultants for the Five Year GGF Foundation Review
The General Gumala Foundation was established in 1997 as a result of the Yandi Land Use Agreement between Hamersley Iron Pty Ltd (a subsidiary of Rio Tinto) and the Banjima, Nyiyaparli and Yinhawangka people, who are recognized as the Traditional Owners of the land at the core of Hamersley Iron’s Yandi iron ore mining operation in the Pilbara.
The Foundation is required to conduct periodic reviews of its operations and the Trust Deed that governs it.
To ensure a comprehensive assessment, the Review process aims to include meetings and consultations with the Trustee (Gumala Investments Pty Ltd), the Beneficiaries (the Banjima, Nyiyaparli and Yinhawangka Traditional Owners), who are primarily located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, the Trust Manager (Gumala Aboriginal Corporation), and other relevant stakeholders as necessary.
The Review outcomes will include detailed findings and recommendations for improving key areas within the Terms of Reference.
The review is scheduled to commence in November 2023, with the final Review report expected to be delivered to the Foundation no later than 29 February 2024.
Consultants interested in applying for this opportunity should possess extensive experience in working with Aboriginal Trusts and Corporations.
For complete details, please refer to the Terms of Reference available from John Raftis, Executive Officer for Gumala Investments Pty Ltd, at Foundation.Review@gumalatrust.com
Deadline for submission:
All applications must be received by close of business on Monday, 13 November 2023.
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