Bush Regenerator / Environmental Weed Control Officer


Nature Conservation Margaret River Region


Margaret River, WA

About Nature Conservation

Nature Conservation is an independent, community-based, not-for-profit organisation. We work with the community to combine the grassroots support with sound conservation science, advocacy and policy initiatives to achieve sustainable environmental outcomes for the Margaret River region.

This is reflected in a commitment to community consultation, collaborative partnerships and co-ordinated action. Nature Conservation undertakes a range of programs and projects encompassing planning, monitoring, research, on-ground action, awareness raising, education and capacity building.

Nature Conservation is has a small but growing fee for service On-ground works team that delivers Environmental Weed Control, Revegetation and Erosion Control in the region. We seeking new staff to grow this team in order to undertake a number significant priority projects.

Experience and Qualifications

We are seeking people on a casual basis, dedicated to environmental protection and restoration with:

  • A dedication to bushland restoration.
  • A strong work ethic.
  • Knowledge of Southwest native and non- native plant species.
  • Experience in environmental weed control and revegetation.
  • Certificate in Conservation and Land Management / Horticulture or related qualification (highly desirable).
  • Current Dept of Health Weed Operator License (Highly Desirable).
  • Current WA Driver's license.
  • A capacity to manage a physically demanding job.

Nature Conservation offers a flexible and fullfilling working environment focused on protecting and enhancing the biodiversity values of the Capes region.

We offer the following:

  • A great team environment.
  • On the job training and licensing.
  • First Aid Training.
  • A very competitive wage, based on qualifications and experience.
  • The opportunity to work on strategic projects that you know will make a tangible difference.
  • The opportunity to work within and contribute to some of the region's most beautiful and significant bushland areas including National Parks, reserves and private property.

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