Bush Regeneration Field Worker


Environmental Weed Control & Revegetation


Barossa / Mt Lofty Ranges / NE Adelaide foothills, SA

About us

Environmental Weed Control & Revegetation has been in operation since 1999 specializing in providing quality bush regeneration and revegetation services.   Our objective is to provide these services with an ethical and holistic outlook that aids in the conservation, enhancement and promotion of South Australia’s indigenous flora and associated fauna. 

Works are predominately undertaken throughout the Barossa region, Northern & Central Mount Lofty Ranges and Northeast foothills.

About you

You must be a motivated and passionate Conservationist with a strong interest in South Australia’s indigenous flora, feel comfortable working in the elements across a range of different and sometimes challenging terrains and have a high level of fitness.  You are a flexible and cooperative team member but also have the ability to work independently when needed with good time management and communication skills and show initiative. 

The Role

The position will take you to a diverse range of high biodiversity sites where you will undertake sensitive weed control to protect native vegetation AND seasonal revegetation works will also be undertaken.

The role is offered on a casual basis after a trial period (paid). Wages will be determined on level of experience and ability. 

Essential Criteria

To be considered for this position candidates must possess:

  • On-ground experience in minimal disturbance bush regeneration including experience in spot spraying in native vegetation. 
  • Understand the principles of bush regeneration.
  • Be physically fit. 
  • Better than average plant identification skills, including weeds and native species.
  • Hold a current driver's license, have reliable car transport and able to drive a manual car.
  • Have a good eye for detail.
  • Good verbal and written communication skills

Desirable Criteria but not essential:

  • Completed Certificate in Conservation and Land Management or equivalent.
  • Trees for Life member/volunteer
  • Good bird identification skills.
  • First Aid Certificate
  • Current Workzone Traffic Management Certificate
  • Chainsaw Certificate
  • Experience in GPS use
  • 4WD experience including towing trailers

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