Supervisor (Environmental & Bushland Rehabilitation)


ID Ecological Management


Greater Melbourne (North East Depot - Research), Victoria

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Full-Time & Casual Roles available (min. availability of 4 days per week Mon-Fri)

About Us:

ID Ecological Management is a long-established industry leading environmental company delivering field services in a diverse range of biological sites across greater Melbourne and Gippsland. Our clients include Melbourne Water, Parks Victoria and many local government and state government agencies.

We are committed to our work and our clients, and we pride ourselves on delivering high quality outcomes. We conduct truly meaningful work in a supportive and inclusive culture that encourages all staff to learn and perform to your fullest potential.

We are looking for both experienced field crew and those who are new to the industry who have passion and respect for the natural environment and want to contribute to its conservation.

The Opportunity- The Role

We are seeking, dedicated, passionate, enthusiastic people with drive, determination, initiative and a strong work ethic.

As a Supervisor of Environmental & Bushland Rehabilitation you will be leading a field-based team undertaking bushland regeneration/environmental works.

  • Be part of a highly skilled and knowledgeable team.
  • The opportunity to enhance some of Victoria’s highest conservation areas.
  • Opportunities to learn, grow and move up within an industry leader.
  • Entry level and experienced positions available.
  • Excellent above Award Annual Salary
  • Certainty of consistent ongoing work

Your duties will include:

  • Leading a crew of 4-6 field staff in the delivery of field services
  • Supervision of and mentoring in a wide variety of weed control techniques
  • Communicating with both Clients and Management on project delivery
  • General project management, task management and works delivery
  • Operating and maintaining a range of handheld power tools
  • Contributing to a safe work environment and working as part of a team
  • Understanding and implementing operating procedures
  • Completing administrative tasks and data collection using mobility platforms

You will have:

  • Driver's licence and own vehicle required
  • Construction Induction (White Card) and First Aid Level 2 are required
  • Chemcert, ACUP or equivalent is desirable
  • Relevant tertiary education or relevant experience is desirable
  • Previous environmental conservation experience
  • Knowledge of both indigenous and exotic vegetation within Greater Melbourne
  • Demonstrated commitment to working in a team environment
  • Sound interpersonal skills and the capability to communicate clearly and effectively
  • A genuine passion for the environment
  • physically fit and capable of working outdoors

Note: Please note that this job is physically demanding and there is a requirement to work in all weather conditions.

We welcome applications from all suitable candidates, including people with disability, mature age and young job seekers, members of the LGBTI+ community, and people from culturally diverse backgrounds and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.


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