Environmental Field Team Leader


Natural Area Consulting Management & Services


Bunbury & South West, WA

Natural Area Consulting Management Services (Natural Area) are currently taking applications for a Team Leader position for our Bunbury based field team. Reporting to our southern Regional Field Operations Manager and Business Development and Operations Manager, you will help us achieve our objectives of delivering high quality environmental outcomes for our clients within the south west, as well as assisting in the growth of the company’s south west division.

The role will primarily be field based but may involve additional duties such as office support, client liaison, business development, project management and environmental consultancy services, for the right candidate. Our Team Leaders are part of a diverse team that primarily deliver weed control, revegetation, erosion control and various other on-ground environmental works to clients throughout Perth and the south west.

Natural Area are an equal opportunity workplace and Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.

Natural Area is a wholly Western Australian owned and operated company focused on providing on-ground environmental management as well as consulting to all types of clients including local government, mining and resource sectors, private companies, property developers, private landowners and community groups. 

Check our social media pages to see what types of works we get involved with!

Facebook: /natural.area.wa

Instagram: @naturalarea

Are you a good fit for Natural Area? The answer is Yes, if you meet the following mandatory requirements:

  • Completed or current RELEVANT Environmental Science/Conservation qualification from University or TAFE.
  • Available to work 5 full workdays per week (7am to 3:30pm).
  • Own reliable personal transport (not public) and manual WA Drivers Licence (C class or higher).
  • Knowledge of and ability to identify Perth bushland plants and weeds.
  • Knowledge of weed control and native revegetation planting techniques.
  • Experience with small motors (chainsaw/brushcutter) and using 2-stroke fuel.
  • Attention to detail, genuine care and passion for native environments.
  • Physically fit, self-motivated and able to function in a team environment.
  • Reliable, with a good sense of humour.
  • Currently living in WA and Australian resident/citizen.

The following specific personal licences and qualifications are required for employment. If candidates do not currently hold these licences, they will need to be completed at the candidate’s time and expense within a given time frame after commencing employment:

  • Health Department of WA pesticide licence
  • Manual WA Drivers Licence: C class or higher required.
  • Current First Aid (and CPR) certificate
  • Chainsaw certification
  • Police clearance
  • White Card

Part of the recruitment process is a pre-employment functional assessment to determine final suitability. We have a no-tolerance drug and alcohol policy (with random testing). Salary is negotiated based upon qualifications and experience.

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