Advert ID: 20004514
Wildlife Ecologist - North West
Australian Wildlife Conservancy
Mornington Wildlife Sanctuary, Kimberley, Western Australia
~ Help deliver effective conservation in the Kimberley ~
Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC) protects wildlife and their habitats across 4.3 million ha in the Kimberley, on AWC’s wildlife sanctuaries, and in partnership with government and with Indigenous groups.
AWC’s wildlife sanctuaries in the Kimberley are Mornington-Marion Downs and Charnley River - Artesian Range; partnership sites are Yampi Sound Training Area, under contract with the Commonwealth Department of Defence; and Tableland, Dambimangari and Wilinggin lands, in partnership with Traditional Owners. On each property, AWC implements conservation and land management programs, in partnership as relevant, informed and supported by AWC’s science team.
Reporting to the Regional Ecologist - North-west, the Wildlife Ecologist will be part of a team of ecologists responsible for implementing AWC’s science program in the Kimberley, WA. Key duties of the position include:
The successful candidate will have:
The position will be based at AWC’s Mornington Wildlife Sanctuary, potentially relocating to other sites in the Kimberley as opportunities arise. The job requires extended periods in the field and a balance of office work.
AWC is a leading employer of conservation ecologists. Our mission is the effective conservation of Australia’s wildlife and their habitats. In our work, we are guided by a suite of values including being accountable, informed, respectful, dedicated, innovative and sustainable.
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Applications to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include a cover letter addressing the critical competencies, licenses/training and inherent role requirements and your CV.
Closing date for applications: Friday 10 January 2020
Position Description - Wildlife Ecologist - North West 2019.pdf