Advert ID: 20008979
Regional Project Officer
Part-time (0.6 FTE).
Manage and support the regional delivery of Biodiversity Bushfire Response and Recovery projects across the Eastern region!
About the branch
The Operations Division is responsible for the service delivery of initiatives, programs and services. On-ground works and services will conserve environments, protect culture and heritage, manage visitor facilities and improve opportunities and support fire and emergency management. The Regional resources will support environmental, social and economic outcomes for rural, regional and urban communities. Service delivery is managed and delivered within the demands of the Divisional Action Plan and the requirements of the Division’s state-wide fire and emergency role and in partnership with community and government agencies.
Each region consists of a diverse range of parks and reserves. Staff working within the region are responsible for providing efficient and effective implementation of a broad range of often complex park management functions including natural, cultural and built asset management, visitor management and services, stakeholder management, park planning and emergency response.
About the role and your responsibilities:
As the Regional Project Officer, you will prepare project briefs, minor services agreements and coordinate the engagement of contractors and staff for monitoring and control of programs.
You will provide technical advice to assist the prioritisation and delivery of the works and liaise with local community groups or landholders, stakeholders and district staff. Your role will support the delivery of projects in partnership with Traditional Owners.
You will also assist the Regional Project Coordinator to deliver Biodiversity Bushfire Response and Recovery projects across the region. The position will require field work (often in remote locations), attendance at working group meetings and assistance in reporting on progress, budget tracking and preparation of Service Level Agreements.
To be successful for this role you will need:
Only people with Australian Citizenship, Permanent Residency or a non-citizen with a valid visa that provides work rights may apply for this position.
Parks Victoria requires all prospective employees to undergo a National Police Record Check prior to commencing employment.
Parks Victoria is committed to child safety and has zero tolerance for child abuse and all forms of harm to children, in accordance with the Victorian Child Safe Standards. All Parks Victoria staff are expected to support this commitment.
At Parks Victoria, we recognise that diversity and inclusion are central to being a modern, high-performing sustainable organisation that can deliver our strategic vision to be a “world class parks service ensuring healthy parks for healthy people.”
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Application closing date: Sunday, 1 August 2021.