Soil Carbon Reporting & Data Coordinator





Join us in our mission to support a healthier planet

CarbonLink is a rapidly growing company committed to aiding Australian primary producers and landholders in their journey to sequester carbon and enhance soil health. Our diverse team includes scientists, researchers, mapping experts, agricultural and soil specialists, and carbon project advisors and managers. We bring over a decade of industry-leading experience, ground-breaking technology, streamlined processes, and unparalleled client service to the table.

You can read more about us at www.carbonlink.com.au.

The Opportunity

We're excited to offer an opportunity for a dedicated Reporting & Data Coordinator to join our team. In this crucial role, you will successfully manage & coordinate the reporting processes related to CarbonLink's soil carbon projects, as well as provide data analysis to provide actionable insight that supports business objectives and our environmental mission.

What you'll bring to Carbon Link

The position will work closely with various internal stakeholders, including Project Managers, R&D, & Corporate to ensure accurate and timely reporting of project data to clients, regulatory bodies & other relevant stakeholders. To facilitate successful project delivery a key part of this role includes contributing to the development and streamlining of reporting workflows, increasing efficiency and scalability.

You will:

  • Maintain reporting schedules and timelines for soil carbon projects.
  • Analyse soil data to derive insights, design experiments & evaluate model performance using advanced statistics.
  • Collaborate with Project Managers, R&D & Laboratory Staff to collect, organise, and analyse project data.
  • Prepare field sampling results reports, including data summaries, analysis & insights for internal review and client submission.
  • Support further development of the reporting process by championing results data management.
  • Support our R&D Team with research, experiment design, analysis and publications.

You have:

  • Qualifications in Science, Engineering or Data or a related field, with subject matter expertise in soils, agriculture, or carbon.
  • Relevant industry experience in Soil Science, Environmental Science, Agriculture, or equivalent role.
  • Demonstrated experience in data analysis & reporting, preferably in the soil, agriculture, or environmental sector.
  • Strong analytical skills with ability to interpret & communicate technical data effectively.
  • Advanced skills in evaluating model performance, experimental design with high level statistics.
  • Familiarity with the Carbon Farming Initiative & Emissions Reduction Fund is a plus.
  • Experience developing workflows and processes.
  • Excellent organisational skills & meticulous attention to detail.
  • Excellent written & verbal communication skills, with ability to communicate complex information to a range of audiences.
  • Advanced Excel and Power BI.
  • GIS Mapping - QGIS.
  • Python/R code a plus.

You are:

  • A self-starter who can work independently and as part of a team.
  • Keen to learn from those around you and eager to share your knowledge with the team, fostering a growth mindset.
  • Aligned with our mission and values, demonstrating them through your working practice.
  • Self-motivated and capable of working independently, taking the initiative to ensure that you have everything you need to work efficiently.

Travel across Australia, including to remote properties, may be required as part of this role from time to time.

Our Culture

We are committed to creating an inclusive and collaborative work culture. At CarbonLink, we believe that diverse teams lead to better results and a better world. We are dedicated to creating a culture of psychological safety, where everyone feels comfortable sharing ideas and taking calculated risks.

Join us at CarbonLink and play a key role in our mission to have a positive impact on the environment and the agricultural industry.


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