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Title:

Coastal Engagement Project Officers

Advertiser:

Rangelands NRM

Location:

Flexible location between Carnarvon and Port Hedland, WA

  • Key stakeholder engagement positions
  • Flexible location
  • Part-time, flexible working arrangements

Rangelands NRM is on a mission to secure the best talent who already live in the WA rangelands, to join our team to deliver a newly awarded project. As such it is offering up to two part-time positions, through to 30 June 2021. 

Key attributes required:

  • Live in the rangelands; flexible location between Carnarvon and Port Hedland
  • Enjoys working within a flexible and dynamic team and work environments
  • Brings strong coastal and pastoral community engagement and established NRM and pastoral networks
  • Strong project management and report writing experience

1.    Coastal Engagement Project Manager

The Rangeland NRM Coastal Engagement Project Manager will have two foci:

  • Facilitate a synthesis report characterising the extent and nature of community NRM/sustainable pastoral capacity in the coastal areas of the region (from south of Shark Bay through to East Kimberley) – this will be supported by input from RNRM staff covering the other sub-regions of the Rangelands NRM region.
  • Lead coastal capacity assessment (negotiable location between Shark Bay to Eighty Mile Beach) including:
  1. Identifying new and existing capacity among community and volunteer groups;
  2. Building connectivity with community groups and identify their priorities;
  3. Identifying what’s required to bridge the gap by reviewing Rangeland NRM's current community engagement plan and active projects;
  4. Developing the coastal / pastoral interface engagement plan;
  5. Supporting the development of the broader Rangelands NRM Regional Strategy.

2.    Coastal Engagement Project Officer

The Rangeland NRM Coastal Engagement Project Officer will lead a sub-regional coastal capacity assessment (negotiable location between Shark Bay to Eighty Mile Beach) including:

  • Identifying new and existing capacity among community and volunteer groups;
  • Building connectivity with community groups and identify their priorities;
  • Identifying what’s required to bridge the gap by reviewing Rangeland NRM's current community and Aboriginal engagement plan and active projects
  • Developing the Coastal / Pastoral interface engagement plan
  • Supporting the development of the broader Rangelands NRM Regional Strategy. 

Both roles will also have other related Project delivery tasks that will include:

  • Link strategic Commonwealth, State, regional and local priorities;
  • Identify opportunities to secure ongoing funding;
  • Build stronger relationships with State and Local Government Authorities;
  • Identify and enable alliances and collaboration between Community Groups, Government and other stakeholders;
  • Sharing of resources and knowledge.

How to apply:

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Date published:

13-Oct-2020

Closing date:

ASAP




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