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Title:

Bush Regen Crew Members / Special Projects Crew Members

Advertiser:

Toolijooa Pty Ltd

Location:

Hunter Valley region, NSW

Toolijooa Environmental Restoration is a leading provider of environmental management, restoration and consultancy services throughout the greater Sydney Region, Hunter Valley Region and beyond, aiming to carry out best practice ecological management and restoration works in order to achieve our clients’ goals of maintaining and re-establishing sustainable, diverse and characteristic natural ecosystems.

What we offer

  • Great culture and working environment
  • Clear career path with plenty of opportunities to progress
  • The most competitive remuneration

We are looking to employ Casual Bush Regenerators/special projects crew for work throughout the Hunter Valley Region. To be considered for this role you will need to meet the following:

  • Have experience in revegetation and/or landscape construction
  • Minimum three day availability.
  • Trained - Cert III in Conservation and Land Management (or equivalent) and field experience or
  • Enrolled or willing to enrol in Cert III in Conservation and Land Management (or equivalent).
  • White Card
  • Own transport desirable.

The Gardening and Landscaping Services Award 2010 has been fully implemented at Toolijooa.

How to apply:

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Date published:

12-Feb-2021

Closing date:

ASAP




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