Positions Vacant

Rural Catchments Officer

The Rural Catchments Officer will support the Area Managers and Team Manager within the Rural Catchments Team, assisting them to facilitate the uptake of sustainable land management practices and promote the sustainable use of natural resources. The Rural Catchments Officer will provide assistance in engagement, liaison, project delivery and support.

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Please apply via Seek, NRM Jobs or Ethical Jobs

 

Western Area Manager

The Western Area Manager will be the primary point of contact between community members, partners, stakeholders and the Healthy Land and Water rural network. The purpose of the role is to support the community and its stakeholders, fostering opportunities and collaborations that leverage and link investment and resources to facilitate the uptake of sustainable land management practices and promote the sustainable use of natural resources.

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Please apply via Seek, NRM Jobs or Ethical Jobs

 

 

Healthy Land and Water Internships

There are currently no intern positions available at Healthy Land and Water.

Our interns assist us on a project basis, with a sample of current projects listed below. If you are interested in an internship with Healthy Land and Water and would like to be considered for future projects, you are welcome to submit your details via email and we will contact you if any new positions open up.

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Current Projects include:

  • Monitoring and reporting on stewardship and social benefits derived from waterways
  • Economic valuation of waterways
  • Optimised environmental monitoring using new technologies and methods
  • Analysing and interpreting trends in waterway data
  • Clarifying links between social, economic and environmental aspects of waterways and waterway management
  • Defining and rating management practice in construction site, stormwater, point source, riparian and in-stream, land and community and tourism management
  • Clean up programs and behaviour change