M.C.A.C.’s Municipal Team consists of a full-time supervisor and three casual staff who deliver the municipal services in Mutitjulu Community.
This includes waste and rubbish collection from stakeholders and residents as well as maintenance of park and communal areas, beautification of the community, upkeep of the Oval, maintenance of grass, shrubs and other green areas and small community projects.
HOUSING MAINTENANCE SERVICES
M.C.A.C.’s Housing Maintenance Team consists of a full-time manager and one full-time staff based in Mutitjulu, and one casual staff member based in Docker River. Our housing maintenance services are delivered in Mutitjulu, Imanpa and Docker River, with the Manager visiting both Imanpa and Docker River on a fortnightly basis. Our housing maintenance services include general repairs and maintenance to NT housing stock and ensuring specialist services are brought in when required.
MUTITJULU COMMUNITY SAFETY AND NIGHT PATROL PROGRAM
Our Community Safety and Night Patrol Team consists of a full-time Manager, Team Leader and a large pool of casuals who work different shifts to cover the different aspects of the Program.
The night patrol component of the program looks after the regular patrols focussing on children being in a safe place at night and to assist people who are at risk of either causing or becoming a victim of harm. The community safety component of the program concentrates on after-school activities for the kids, providing them with activities, nutritional snacks and a safe place to rest.
MUTITJULU LIAISON OFFICE
The Mutitjulu Liaison Office consists of two part-time liaison officers and an independent workshop facilitator. The main role of the liaison officers is to coordinate communication between Mutitjulu Community and its members and the National Park. The workshops focus on creating a greater understanding for Anangu on how M.C.A.C., Parks and Governments work.
MUTITJULU COMMUNITY RANGERS PROGRAM
The Mutitjulu Community Rangers are community members who work in various activities through M.C.A.C. for Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park; including seasonal land and fire management activities, patch burning, fauna surveys and park facilities maintenance.