Advert ID: 20010007
Senior Regional Conservation Officer, BCT (x2)
Dept of Planning, Industry & Environment - Biodiversity Conservation Trust
Dubbo & Cobar (or other regional locations by negotiation), NSW
$108,841 - $121,247 p.a. + super. (Officer Class 9) Permanent, Full-time.
The NSW Biodiversity Conservation Trust (BCT), as part of the Department of Planning, Industry & Environment (DPIE) cluster, has an exciting opportunity for two (2) Senior Regional Conservation Officer positions.
These are exciting opportunities to work as part of a team to deliver BCT’s programs in Western NSW. The Senior Regional Conservation Officer works as part of a regional or specialised team to deliver BCT programs and provide expert advice, including landholder support, project management, partnership management, stakeholder engagement, education, communications, conservation assessment, compliance, and agreement management.
You will be a self-starter with expertise in land and natural resource management and possess a strong understanding of the challenges landholders face in managing biodiversity in a primary production context, relevant to the Central West and/or Rangelands of Western NSW. You will have exceptional stakeholder engagement skills and ability to independently negotiate with landholders to balance environmental and production outcomes. You will also have a demonstrated ability in project management and Geographic Information Systems and enjoy working in a fast paced, outcomes focused organisation.
The New South Wales Biodiversity Conservation Trust (BCT) is a not-for-profit statutory body, established under Part 10 of the Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016 and managed by a Board appointed by the Minister for the Environment. The Trust’s roles are to support and encourage landholders to enter into agreements to conserve and protect biodiversity on private land, guided by the government’s Biodiversity Conservation Investment Strategy; secure biodiversity offsets when developers choose to pay into the Biodiversity Conservation Fund; and other activities that promote greater awareness of, appreciation and understanding of, biodiversity and the importance of conserving it.
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Applications close: Sunday, 31 October, 11.55 pm
A recruitment pool may be created for ongoing and temporary opportunities of the same role or role type that may become available over the next 18 months.