Karlka Recruiting Group was established with the Karlka Nyiyaparli Aboriginal Corporation, with the objective to be an effective connection between Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities and businesses. Karlka Recruiting Group has extensive recruitment capability and experience.
We recognise that closing the gap in Indigenous unemployment requires a partnership approach with government, industry and community.
As an Indigenous owned and Supply Nation Registered organisation, Karlka Recruiting Group promotes diversity and equality. Karlka Recruiting Group works with government and corporate clients and their professional associations to promote the central role we play in increasing the rate of Indigenous employment and retention. Karlka Recruiting Group also partners with local Indigenous communities and their representative bodies where we do business to increase employment rates of local people, and create lasting social and economic change.
Karlka Nyiyaparli Aboriginal Corporation
Karlka Nyiyaparli Aboriginal Corporation has a 51% stake in Karlka Recruiting Group and is a not-for-profit Indigenous Organisation (no. 3649) registered with the Office of The Registrar of Indigenous Corporations (ORIC). Karlka Nyiyaparli Aboriginal Corporation aims to create value for its members, maintain Nyiyaparli culture and to provide direct relief of poverty, sickness, suffering, distress, destitution, misfortune and helplessness among the Nyiyaparli People.
Occupation of Nyiyaparli land by its traditional owners can be verified to at least 41,000 years, being the second oldest on record in Australia. The Nyiyaparli People are the Traditional Owners of approximately 36,684 square kilometres of land and waters in the east Pilbara region including the township of Newman. The land has many landmarks and places that continue to have ongoing significance to the Nyiyaparli People.
Nyiyaparli traditional owners have significant mining benefit agreements with Australia’s major iron ore miners (BHP Billiton; Rio Tinto; Fortescue Metals Group; and the Roy Hill Project), all of whom have mining operations and tenements on Nyiyaparli country.
Tanya was born in Northampton, Western Australia, and was schooled and raised in Port Hedland. Tanya is a Director of Karlka Developments Pty Ltd and is a full time employee of Karlka Facilities Management, which holds a facilities management contract out on a mine site on her traditional land.
Tanya has a strong background in horticulture and environmental work and spends her free time out on her holiday shack which is located on her Native Title Claim. Tanya enjoys gold prospecting and developing herself as a strong Indigenous woman.
James Campbell is a Director at Karlka Recruiting Group. James is a Chartered Accountant with over 25 years’ experience. He has a background in public practice dealing with SMEs and has overseen the reporting and financial operations of Karlka Recruiting Group since its inception.
James adopts a “make a difference” approach which will assist the business as it continues to grow strongly.
James is a well-respected member of Karlka Recruiting Group’s family and is considered to be a mentor to many of his staff. He fosters the importance of learning and developing and encompasses this throughout the workplace.
Holding a Bachelor of Business Management, Laetitia began her recruitment journey sourcing blue collar candidates for FIFO positions before moving into our Karlka Recruiting Group management team.
These days, apart from recruiting a range of White Collar roles, Laetitia specialises in the recruitment for Federal Government positions and is the go to person for processes and problem solving. Laetitia’s acknowledgeable past achievements and her innovative and efficient work style has resulted in her successful climb through the organisation.
Laetitia is the Recruitment Director for Karlka Recruiting Group whereby she is responsible, for all recruitment processes, the management of the recruitment team and all business development activities at Karlka Recruiting Group.
Laetitia finds great satisfaction in knowing that her work is positively contributing to the economy and benefiting the lives and wellbeing of Australia’s first people.
Integrated Management System
Karlka Recruiting Group is proud to be one of the very few recruitment companies who are accredited to Safety, Quality and Environmental ISO standards. In addition, Karlka Recruiting Group is also JAS-ANZ accredited. We strive to ensure that all our services are of the highest standard for recruitment and labour hire.
Karlka Recruiting Group's policies and procedures cover all aspects of the organisation. Our Integrated Management System (IMS) is constantly audited to ensure consistency and compliance is maintained throughout the organisation.
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As a company dedicated to client satisfaction, Karlka Recruiting Group systems, processes and procedures revolve around consistent and timely reviews of our service delivery and recruitment techniques to meet the client criteria.
Our certification under the international ISO 9001 Standard for Quality means assured governance in our services across all our locations.