Natural Areas Supervisor & Trainer




Beaudesert, Queensland

Salary etc:

$75,000 p.a.

  • Are you an experienced bush regenerator with a passion and love for the natural environment? 
  • Would you love to work with a team of people who have a common goal of protecting natural areas and restoring ecosystem resilience on a range of sites around the Scenic Rim? 
  • Are you looking for an employer of choice who fosters a collaborative team culture? 

If you answered yes, ECOllaboration is interested in talking to you. 

About Us 

ECOllaboration is an Australian company based on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland but with projects across SE Queensland and another depot located in the Scenic Rim where this position is based. We provide professional support in: 

  • Ecological and Environmental Services; 
  • Environmental Education; 
  • Stakeholder Liaison; and 
  • Community Development. 

Our team consists of environmental professionals and administration staff with a passion for the environment and sustainability. 

We take pride in the vast experience, extensive knowledge and broad range of skills of our staff and ensure this expertise is used to manage client satisfaction and environmental outcomes. Our team of experts has over 30 years of combined experience in the delivery of environmental management projects. 

ECOllaboration has an exciting new position available. The Natural Areas Supervisor / Trainer is responsible for supervising our Certificate I Conservation and Ecosystem Management trainees, whilst delivering environmental works and on-the-job training.  


  • Certificate III Conservation and Land Management 
  • ACDC licence 
  • White Card 
  • Blue Card (or willingness to obtain one) 
  • Manual Drivers Licence  
  • Maintain and operate chainsaws and Fell Small Trees competency  
  • Current First Aid & CPR Licence 
  • Minimum three year's experience in natural areas management, with a sound knowledge of integrated weed management, bush regeneration, revegetation, and native plants of Southeast Queensland.   
  • Minimum of one year’s experience in leading and supervising teams engaged in environmental works, with experience in quality control, WH&S procedures, environmental standards, delivering KPIs, report writing, and effectively communicating with landholders and key stakeholders.   
  • An attitude of stewardship for the environment, and the natural assets of the SE Queensland region.  
  • A passion for supervising and training our future environmental field officers, with experience in providing and promoting a safe working and learning environment, with on-the-job training.  
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills 
  • Physically fit, with a good work ethic  


  • Diploma of Conservation and Land Management or equivalent 
  • Certificate IV Training and Assessment 
  • Experience or Qualification in Youth Work 

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