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Title:

Principal Land Assessment Officer

Advertiser:

Northern Territory Government - Land Development Coordination

Location:

Palmerston, NT

Salary etc:

Remuneration package range $119,794 - $133,973 p.a. (Professional 3). Ongoing.

Ref:

Vacancy number: 50200032

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources currently has a vacancy for the position of Principal Land Assessment Officer (Palmerston) within the Rangelands Division.

The position reports to the Director Land Development Coordination and is responsible for developing processes that will support the implementation of climate change mitigation strategies and adaptation activities for enhanced environmental sustainability and improved economic productivity in the pastoral sector.

The role will require highly developed research, consultation and engagement skills, as well as extensive contemporary experience in on-ground climate change risk assessment and management in agriculture. It will collaboratively develop and implement policy, guidelines and procedures designed to assist land managers to manage climate change risks, improve land condition and build environmental and economic resilience.

If you are looking for a new challenge to develop your skills for future career advancement, then this job is for you.

How to apply:

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Date published:

30-Jul-2020

Closing date:

12-Aug-2020




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