Regional Ecologist

https://southcoastnrm.com.au/

 

South Coast Natural Resource Management Inc, is the peak regional body for Natural Resource Management (NRM) on the South Coast of Western Australia, and is recognised as a leading not-for-profit organisation in Australia for coordinating and delivering environmental and sustainable primary-production outcomes. We are currently seeking a Regional Ecologist to join our team in Albany.

The Regional Ecologist will be responsible for providing  technical support to the Healthy Environments Program to ensure effective program delivery, development of projects and project activity reporting. The role will be focused on improving capacity and capability within the region for land managers, community and stakeholders to undertake projects aimed at exploring new opportunities for improving the status of 20/20 priority listed threatened species and protecting coastal corridors and improving the condition of threatened ecological communities in the south coast region of Western Australia.

The successful candidate will be a knowledgeable and experienced individual with strong stakeholder management skills and an ability to take project initiatives from concept to successful implementation. You will fit the role if you are self-motivated, can manage competing interests and deadlines, and enjoy a challenge.

The position is a fixed term contract from 1 July 2019 – 30 June 2023 with opportunities for extension subject to funding.

Please note all applicants must address the selection criteria, a copy of which can be accessed via our website https://southcoastnrm.com.au/who-we-are/vacancies

Please send your statement addressing selection criteria and resume to Joanne Headlam on [email protected].

If you require further information about the role, contact Brett Dal Pozzo, Healthy Environments Program Manager, on ph. 0458 401 422.

Applications close at 5pm, Tuesday 18th June 2019.

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Closing Date: 
18/06/2019