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Senior Environment Ranger Cultural Heritage - Cowes

Phillip Island Nature Parks

Are you an Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander person looking for a role that help develop and implement a cultural heritage portfolio for Nature Parks field operational teams?

Phillip Island Nature Parks is looking for Applications from Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander people that want to join our Conservation Team.

About the Nature Parks

The Nature Parks is an inspiring workplace and, as the largest employer on Millowl (Phillip Island), offers a range of career paths. Our people are enthusiastic, committed, and professional in what they do. They work across a broad range of activities and have many opportunities available to them should they wish to develop their skills, work in different locations, or have a variety of roles.

About the Role

You will be responsible for ensuring ensuring the Nature Parks fulfils its obligations to comply with legal requirements and best practice cultural heritage management with regards to its delivery of on-ground conservation and infrastructure projects.

The role is a dynamic position required to have coverage over the diversity of environmental management programs and priorities outlined in the Nature Parks 5-year Conservation Plan.

This opportunity allows the successful person to imbed process improvements, actively contribute to initiatives, progressing our Reconciliation Action Plan, as well as completing day-to-day activities.

About you

Are you passionate about cultural land and environment management? Do you understand and know how to undertake fire and emergency response activities, are you keen to mentor other Aboriginal Employees in the organisation. We are looking for someone who:

  • Experience working in a leadership role in an Indigenous ranger program.
  • Experience working in natural resource management or cultural heritage conservation.
  • Well organised and have deadly communication skills.
  • Ability to work together with a team and on your own.
  • Skills in identifying indigenous native Victorian woodland vegetation and weeds

If this sounds like you apply today! Applicants are encouraged to apply, and opportunities will be provided on the job to build new skills and experiences. Nature Parks can also assist with a range of culturally appropriate supports if required.

For further information on this position, visit our website at www.penguins.org.au/about/employment/current-vacancies

A position description is attached.

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