Title:

Conservation Programs Coordinator

Advertiser:

City of Greater Dandenong

Location:

Dandenong, Melbourne, Victoria

Salary etc:

$68,600 - $79,300 p.a. + super (Band 5); Temporary full-time (maternity leave replacement until 30 November 2018)

About us

The City of Greater Dandenong is an organisation of exceptional character. We invest in the development of our people and the community and we strive to be a workplace that is respectful, engaged, accountable, creative and honest. We are a progressive organisation, in a city that is on the move and we offer a dynamic and rewarding work environment.

We offer exceptional working conditions and are focused on providing a workplace that values diverse contributions, cares for your health and wellbeing and fosters a positive work culture. We ensure all people have an equal opportunity for employment and advancement within our organisation.

We embrace our diverse community and work environment and encourage applications from everyone including people of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander background, people of diverse sexual orientation and gender, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, and people of varied age, ability, and faith. Council will give due consideration to any workplace adjustments to accommodate the needs of any prospective or existing staff member.

The position

Currently a Maternity Leave vacancy exists in the Infrastructure Services Department for a Conservation Programs Coordinator. If you are passionate about bushland, remnant vegetation and community education this could be the role for you.

The Conservation Programs Coordinator supervises the Bushland Management Team, and is responsible for the management of bushland reserves and other areas of natural remnant vegetation across Greater Dandenong, including revegetation, weed and pest control, monitoring programs, community education and much more.

A degree or diploma in Natural Resource Management or similar is required, with relevant experience in the management of natural areas, and experience working with community groups.

How to apply:

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Date published:

07-Feb-2018

Closing date:

19-Feb-2018


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