Advert ID: 20010080
Measurement & Evaluation (MERI) Coordinator
Mimal Land Management & Conservation Management
Darwin or Weemol Ranger Station, Arnhem Land (flexible), NT
About Conservation Management
We are a social enterprise made up of professionals with extensive experience in land and program management. We support communities and organisations to find strategies and implement actions that achieve meaningful outcomes for people & place; locally & internationally.
Conservation Management is proud to use Healthy Country Planning (HCP) and the Open Standards. HCP was developed by many communities and people and we acknowledge all contributors past and present.
Supporting Conservation Management to pursue its beliefs and values by working with partners, people and communities to identify and deliver projects. Being a Conservation Management team member means looking for new opportunities, working on existing projects, and helping build Conservation Management and spread its’ ethos.
We want all the people who work with us to be awesome and encourage all Conservation Management staff and contractors to learn from partners and each other.
Supporting Conservation Management to pursue its beliefs and values by working with partners, people and communities to effectively monitor, evaluate, report on and improve their plans and projects. The role will be dedicated for 50% of the time to supporting Mimal Land Management Aboriginal Corporation (Mimal) in doing that, and the remaining 50% of the time working with others as required. The indigenous Mimal Rangers have been assisting people with customary management responsibilities to deliver fire, weed and feral animal management projects in an area of about 1.8m ha in south central Arnhem land since the late 1990s.
The Measurement & Evaluation (MERI) Coordinator role is a mix of contract and partnership development with a diverse range of people and has an on-ground role in development and support of monitoring and reporting including supporting indigenous rangers to develop skills. This will require a face-to-face approach, on country, working with other consultants, advisors, community members, and rangers.
In establishing this role, Mimal and Conservation Management have entered into a 2-year partnership to explore the ways M&E can be delivered and supported for IPAs / Ranger groups. The role will be managed by Conservation Management and line management will be through Conservation Management. However, the position will be co-located with Mimal in Darwin and will work closely with the Mimal team.
This role is 0.8 – 1.0 FTE with flexible arrangements available. Ideally located in Darwin with some flexibility for other NT locations. Field work will be required from time to time.