Advert ID: 20012839
Gympie & District Landcare Group Incorporated
Casual 26-38 hours per week
Gympie and District Landcare Group (GDLG) is a community-based organisation that has been active for 30 years serving the local landowners. The Group is an incorporated association and a registered charity. Each year members elect an Executive (Management Committee) that sets strategic direction, manages organisation risks, fine tunes policies and ensures that the organisation is operating effectively whilst staying true to its vision and purpose.
Members and volunteers are integrally involved in the group’s activities: operating a local native plant nursery; providing biological services raising insects for invasive plant species control and other purposes; providing land care services, fostering local land caring activities; and community education.
Purpose of Position
The purpose of this role is to take direction from the Environmental Conservation Supervisor in relation to project outcomes and carry out project works, including bushland regeneration, riparian restoration, invasive species control, and revegetation.
This person will be able to implement project objectives as directed. Work well with others in a team environment, have a passion for land caring activities as it pertains to revegetation, and caring for the environment. This person will have initiative, be passionate about environmental conservation, and show ambition in everything they do to achieve the best possible results for our clients.
Your responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
This position is a field-work position. At times, it may be physically demanding and requires a person who is fit, energetic, and flexible.
Inspire environmental regeneration through community engagement.
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