Invasive Species & Compliance Manager


Kangaroo Island Landscape Board, Government of SA


Kingscote, Kangaroo Island

Salary etc:

$97,022 - $102,626 p.a.



The KILB is currently seeking to appoint an Invasive Species & Compliance Manager.

About the role

The Invasive Species, and Compliance Manager, is a pivotal role in managing invasive animal and plant programs for the Kangaroo Island Landscape Board (the Board). The Invasive Species and Compliance Manager leads a small Unit that delivers and supports the Board's objectives around feral animal management; management of declared animals, control programs for priority weeds, compliance and engagement to support landholders to meet their legislative obligations under the Landscape SA Act 2019.

The role provides oversight and direction in administration of the Landscape SA Act 2019 and interrelated Acts and Regulations, as it applies to control and compliance provisions for animals and plants and other related project areas as required.

The role is responsible for the development and management of the Board's operational policies and procedures, and administration of Board licenses and approvals that support delivery of invasive species programs.

The role will support private landholder engagement and the development of compliance strategies to assist and ensure that landholders are informed and enabled to meet their legislative responsibilities. These responsibilities primarily relate to pest plant and animal management however, may extend to other program areas.

About us

The Kangaroo Island Landscape Board is one of nine regional boards in South Australia, including a metropolitan board called Green Adelaide, that support their local communities to manage soils, water, pests, and biodiversity. These boards invest landscape levies into regional priority issues as well as leveraging Australian Government funding towards managing and protecting our productive and natural landscapes. More information can be found at https://www.landscape.sa.gov.au/ki.

Our people are local experts and connectors. We are passionate about our work, and understand the need for urgent and ambitious action to overcome the challenges facing our landscapes. We walk together with landholders, First Nations people and the broader community to care for land, water and nature into the future.

Salary Range: $97,022 - $102,626 p.a.

Flexibility Statement

The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role.


Date published:


Closing date:

10pm, 28-Apr-2024