Here’s a great start up opportunity to work as a ranger, where you’ll be responsible for compliance in national parks and fire, pest and cultural heritage management programs. A certificate IV in Government Investigations or a certificate IV in Justice would hold you in good stead for this one!
As a OO3 Ranger, you will be hands on. Under the direction of your supervisor, you will carry out programmed operational tasks and provide field logistical support in Nebo and other estates within the work unit. This will include maintaining and servicing facilities, visitor management, and delivering conservation programs and projects as directed. A reasonable degree of physical fitness is required.
You will assist with fire, pest and cultural heritage management programs; and implement work programs consistent with departmental guidelines, policies and management plans.
Within the Nebo work unit, Rangers manage numerous protected areas, including Homevale and Dipperu National Parks and proposed new park additions at Redcliffe Tablelands as well as surrounding areas of national park and State Forest in the Nebo area.
Single person shared accommodation can be negotiated at Nebo.
To be considered you must provide:
* your current resume (max 6 pages) – showing that you either have the experience, or the potential, to meet the six points under the ‘what we are looking for’ section of the role description.
* a short, one page statement explaining why you are interested in the role.