In 2018, there will be around 4,600 rural development agency (RDA) positions open across the country.
The most common positions for these are in rural areas, but they can also be held by agencies working on regional and rural development.
These include local councils, social enterprise groups, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Enterprise Development Corporation (ACTEC) and many others.
Here’s what you need to know.
Rural development and land management RDA’s work in rural and regional areas is complex, and they work alongside other agencies in various roles, from building housing and infrastructure to promoting sustainable and equitable agriculture and tourism.
Some RDA agencies are also involved in environmental and community engagement, such as the Australian Rural and Urban Research Centre (ARCURRC) and the Rural Development Council of Australia (RDCA).
RDA is a key component of the federal government’s Rural Development Strategy and is expected to be a key element of the 2017-18 federal budget.
However, as of the end of 2018, it has not been formally designated a Department of Planning and Development (DPD) priority.
RDA has been a key part of the state and federal government since 2001.
Its primary purpose is to promote and protect rural communities and their economic and social assets.
This includes planning, managing and improving local infrastructure and land, as well as providing services to rural communities, such the development of roads, schools, health facilities, recreation facilities and services.
It is a role that should not be overlooked.
RDFA and the Department of Housing and Local Government RDFAs role in housing and local government is not new.
In the early 2000s, the government introduced the RDF Act, which provided for the creation of Rural Housing Development Agencies.
This agency was initially created to deliver RDFs key role in providing rural housing and housing services to the public, and to support local government to develop and deliver a wide range of housing and land-related services.
The Agency was later expanded to support the development and operation of regional housing.
In 2018-19, there were more than 50 RDF Agencies in Queensland, with around 4200 people employed by RDF agencies in Queensland.
These organisations are tasked with providing RDF services to local communities and to developing and operating their own local government, including managing their own infrastructure and providing services for local government.
The Rural Housing Agency also provides RDF and local housing services for Aboriginal and community housing in remote communities and rural communities.
The RDF Agency is responsible for providing services, including land management, to communities, and supports the development, operation and maintenance of RDF facilities.
RDCA The RDGA is the Rural Housing Corporation (RMC), a Department-funded agency that is also responsible for managing RDF’s land and land use.
The agency manages more than 3,200 hectares of land and provides housing, transport and other services in regional and remote communities across Queensland.
The main purpose of the RMC is to support and promote the RDFA’s land use policy and strategy, including the development strategies for rural development and housing.
The organisation was established in 2017 by the RDA Act and is responsible to the Government of Queensland.
It has more than 2,000 staff across Queensland working in a variety of roles, including working on land management and development.
The current RMC Director, Fiona Gough, was appointed by the Government in July 2018.
The government’s role in the RDCA was originally under the previous Government’s RDA Advisory Board (RBAB), but this has been abolished.
The RBAB was set up to assist local governments with developing a regional development strategy and RDA strategies.
It was abolished in April 2018, and RDCAs role has been expanded.
RDC was set to be abolished by July 2020.
However a review by the Rural Council of Queensland (RCQ) of the role of the Rural DDA in the 2020-21 budget and in relation to the RCDAs role was published on December 5, 2018.
RDPAC was also set to go, but the Government reversed this decision on December 4, 2018, after consulting the Rural Affairs Council of Tasmania.
The review concluded that RDPA’s role was no longer necessary, and that the RDPAA could be restructured to better reflect the needs of local governments.
It also said the RDRAC was no more important than the RDMAC.
The Government of Australia’s role as the RDI’s leader The role of Rural Development Agency’s as a lead agency in delivering the RDTSA’s Land and Infrastructure Strategy (LTIS) is now being overseen by the Australian Land Development Agency (ALDA).
The ALDA will be responsible for the RDSAA’s role and management of the LTIS.
It will also oversee the development process of the NT’s LTIS, and will provide advice and advice on local government land management.
The role will include providing support to the NT Land