Seasonal Interpretive Rangers


Parks Australia


Kakadu National Park

Can you engage, educate, entertain and inspire large groups of international and domestic visitors as well as student groups? Kakadu National Park is looking for experienced interpreters to deliver walks, talks, slideshows, cultural activities and school programs that will leave our visitors understanding and appreciating some of the natural and cultural values of this World Heritage destination.

We need passionate, energetic and enthusiastic interpreters who can learn quickly, engage with a variety of people and think on their feet. If you think that might be you we'd love to hear from you!

Kakadu National Park has been home to Bininj / Mugguy for thousands of years, it is also World Heritage listed for both its natural significance and the living culture. The successful applicant will often be working independently in remote locations, you will also engage with Aboriginal traditional owners to understand and work towards their vision for the future of park.

You must be able to work split shifts and occasional weekends. The approximate contract timing is mid-April to November 2018 (7 months).

This position is an 'Identified' position which signifies that the role has a strong involvement in issues relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The successful applicant must have an understanding of the issues affecting Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people and an ability to communicate sensitively and effectively with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander People. People of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent are strongly encouraged to apply.

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