DK Kaartdijin (DK) Pty Ltd (ACN 621 977 197) is an Indigenous-owned and operated Australian company providing a wide range of services to industry. DK specialises in delivering effective Aboriginal engagement and capability in many sectors.

Proudly 100% Indigenous-owned and operated, DK has built a skilled, experienced and reliable workforce. Drawing on its professional partnerships and experience, DK can undertake projects whilst developing effective employment strategies that maximise local and Indigenous participation in some of the most remote areas of Australia.

DK works collaboratively with its clients, the community, industry and government to address specific skills shortages, through local engagement. DK has developed a successful commercial and community participation model for Indigenous employment, training and retention that often exceeds contract targets.

Murray Jones

Executive Director and shareholder

Murray has a lifetime of experience in Aboriginal management and engagement throughout a diverse range of industries, both blue and white collar. This experience includes Aboriginal engagement, working alongside the Indigenous community both in managerial and development roles, scheduling, contracts and procurement, business risk and strategic development.

Murray's knowledge and understanding of both state and federal legislations relating to indigenous affairs, is all encompassing and unsurpassed. He has studied and completed the discipline of Aboriginal Development and Community Management at Curtin University, completing an associate degree. Murray was the Inaugural Chairperson for the South West Land and Sea Council, directly involved with the Noongar native title claim win in 2002, covering the whole of the South West of WA and was awarded Noongar of the Year for this contribution to the Noongar community, and awarded Aboriginal Organisation of the Year nationally at a summit held in Alice Springs.

Murray has chaired the Black Deaths in Custody Watch Committee and represented the organisation in Geneva, Switzerland at the United Nations meeting (Inhumane Treatment and Torture in Prisons,) and at the United Nations World Racism conference in Durban South Africa, as a keynote speaker. He has also held the position of President of the Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia Limited, and worked in remote areas throughout Western Australia, developing complex projects with Indigenous youth and adult unemployed, for life skills, work readiness and employment.

Murray's other skills have also seen him involved in native title negotiations, external relations and in recent years, working in mining, civil and construction. He brings a wealth of knowledge of Indigenous engagement within local, urban and remote Indigenous people, and throughout building cultural bridges to unify and empower all people.

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