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Title:

Bushland Management Team Members

Advertiser:

Naturelinks Landscape Management

Location:

Greater Melbourne region and Great Ocean Road, Victoria

Salary etc:

Casual positions

  • Join an established bushland management and landscaping business with a commitment to sustainability
  • Genuine opportunities to make a difference to the environment and continue to develop your career
  • Welcoming team environment with family friendly conditions

About us

Formed in 1999, Naturelinks Landscape Management has a commitment to the principles of conservation, biodiversity and community involvement, as reflected in our vision: “Sustainability in everything we do.”

On the whole, we manage and build landscapes specialising in local native flora, from our four depots at North Melbourne, Werribee, Whittlesea and Mornington.

We have extensive bushland management knowledge, a sound and growing customer base (government, semi-government and private organisations) together with a growing team of over 70 people and a record of delivering quality service.

We understand that to be successful as a business, we need good people who have relevant competencies and are motivated to deliver results in the right way and in accordance with our values.

Purpose and scope

Multiple positions available.

Reporting to the Melbourne Bushland Project Manager, the primary role of these positions is to assist with the implementation of bushland management projects for our various clients throughout the greater Melbourne region.

Casual positions also available in Western Victoria based on the Great Ocean Road between Lorne and Portland for woody weed works.

You will be required to start on site on all projects. Therefore a drivers licence and reliable vehicle are essential for this role.

The attributes required of the successful candidates lie in 4 key areas as follows:

  1. Core attributes
  • A track record of hard work, reliability and customer service
  • Demonstrated understanding of workplace health and safety requirements applicable to the industry
  • Team orientation with a willingness to accept instruction, help others as necessary, contribute effectively in team activities and represent the business positively in the field.
  • Commitment to our stated values
  1. Bushland Management
  • Experience in the industry
  • Experience with various weed control techniques and herbicides
  • A passion for indigenous plants
  • A genuine interest in sustainability and bushland management
  • Qualifications relevant to the industry are desirable
  • Knowledge of revegetation techniques and experience in the use of appropriate tools and equipment
  • Knowledge of weed and indigenous plant species
  • Physical suitability to hard labour.
  1. Character
  • A desire to be part of a team
  • A commitment to personal development and continuous improvement
  • Exemplary behaviour consistent with company values
  • Accountability for own performance
  • A great ambassador for the business.
  1. Training and Licences
  • Essential – Drivers Licence and Personal transport for site-start work
  • Essential - Construction Induction Card (Red/White Card)
  • Essential - Senior First Aid (Level 2)
  • Essential - Current Manual Victorian Car Licence
  • Essential - ChemCert or equivalent
  • Essential for Great Ocean Road Projects - Operate and Maintain Chainsaws
  • Desirable - Medium Rigid truck licence.

How to apply:

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Date published:

12-Oct-2020

Closing date:

ASAP




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