- Job posted on: 22nd Jul 2021
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The Mimal Rangers have been assisting with customary management responsibilities to deliver fire, weed and feral animal management projects central Arnhem land since the late 1990s. As part of the feral animal management program Mimal has acquired section 19 licenses to undertake a number of feral animal activities including mustering, safari hunting, and peat meating.
Together with the Mimal Land Management CEO, the Feral Animal Management Coordinator will play a key role in developing and managing contracts and contractors for these services. The role will also manage the relationship with landowners which includes supporting business development and project activities on country.
This role is a mix of contract and partnership development with a diverse range of people and has an on-ground role in development and support of projects, monitoring and compliance including supporting indigenous rangers to develop skills. This will require a face to face approach, on country, working with family groups and rangers.
The position will have considerable time based in the Mimal Land Management area with Weemol ranger base as the centre of operations, however the position would be based in Darwin/Katherine NT.
A position description is attached.