Landscape Planner (Entry Level)


Mulloon Consulting, Contracting and Certifying


Flexible workplace, Canberra region preferred

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Part-time or full-time.

At Mulloon Consulting Contracting and Certifying (MCCC) we demonstrate and share regenerative methods of land management. Our innovative approach works to re-establish the natural function, fertility and resilience of agricultural landscapes and incorporates the work of a range of ground-breaking regenerative farmers.

MCCC is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Mulloon Institute, a world class research, education and advocacy organisation. We provide technical advice to landholders on restoring natural landscape function, landscape rehydration and rebuilding soil fertility.

You will be part of a small close-knit team that works with landholders to identify and document planning goals, recognise management issues and implement innovative management solutions including detailed designs for surface and groundwater management. We work with government to achieve regulatory approval for projects as required. We also undertake outreach, education and capacity building, identifying appropriate regenerative land management measures for properties on a case-by-case basis.

You will have the opportunity for mentoring from our more senior technical team and for developing your skills and working independently. Reporting to senior Landscape Planners in MCCC, you will be an important team member, helping to build our reputation for technical excellence and helping to deliver the goals of MCCC and the Mulloon Institute.

If you possess technical skills in hydrology for landscape rehydration and are passionate about effecting change in regenerative environmental and agricultural practices, you would be well-suited for this role.

The role:

  • permanent part-time or full-time (negotiable)
  • an initial 6-month probationary period
  • be part of a team working to deliver innovative landscape rehydration to the broader community in a consultancy setting
  • work with landholders and government organisations to progress their goals and build knowledge of regenerative landscape management
  • undertake occasional travel including interstate, this will necessitate travel outside standard hours with nights away from home.

Selection criteria:

  • appropriate qualifications and experience in natural resource management and/or agriculture
  • knowledge of the fundamentals that underpin regenerative landscape management
  • up to 5 years relevant experience
  • well-developed written and oral communication skills
  • technical skills in physical geography and fluvial geomorphology
  • experience in the areas of vegetation and plant selection (preferred)
  • experience in environmental education an advantage
  • skills in GIS mapping and/or Computer Assisted Design (CAD)
  • skills in the production of high-quality technical reports and proposals
  • demonstrated understanding of WH&S and risk assessment frameworks
  • capacity to work unsupervised
  • consulting experience preferred
  • current drivers’ licence and own vehicle.


We will negotiate a competitive, tailored remuneration package with the successful candidate.

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