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7.1 Qualifications (preferred):
Cert IV in Training and Assessment or similar.
Training Green Army participants in four units from Certificate II Conservation and Land Management. Training involves delivery of on-line units, class teaching and assessments, practical field training and field competencies.
Senior First Aid Certificate.
Current Senior First Aid certificate.
DWG Green Card Train-the-Trainer course.
To be completed.
Bachelor’s degree of Science in a relevant field.
Bsc Environmental Science.
Certificate I and IV in Land Management
Class C Driver’s Licence.
Current and clean C class drivers licence.
7.3 Experience (required):
Experience in training delivery (at least 2-3 sessions).
Training Green Army participants in practical on-ground conservations activities including dieback control, revegetation, weed control, water sampling, bird and vegetation surveys and other natural restoration projects.
Training and education for Green Army participants in four units of Certificate II Conservation and Land Management.
Through NRM work with EMRC training community groups, schools and volunteers in conservation activities such as dieback tree injections, revegetation and weed control techniques, erosion control and freshwater fish conservation.
Experience in delivery of talks or workshops (at least 2-3)
Dieback tree injections workshop for Green Army when employed by EMRC as an NRM Officer.
Delivering workshops to community groups, volunteers and the Green Army on revegetation, weed control and riffle building when employed by EMRC as an NRM Officer.
Facilitation of workshops for community groups on building bat nesting boxes, frog ponds, and the volunteer end of year event when employed by EMRC as an NRM Officer.
Delivering safety training and workshops as the OH&S Coordinator at ENV Australia ENV Australia.
Experience with Phytophthora Dieback (research, management or communications).
Communicating dieback awareness and control measures to community groups and local land holders at EMRC.
Delivering dieback tree injection workshop to the Green Army at EMRC.
Providing dieback tree injection kit and information to community groups.
Installation of the Phytofighter 1000 dieback footwash stations as the Green Army Team Supervisor.
Training Green Army participants on dieback control car wash down and foot spray procedures.
Experience in science communication.
Communicating scientific information with consultant botanists, zoologist and environmental managers at ENV Australia.
Training and support for community groups, schools and volunteers in conservation activities as the NRM Officer at EMRC.
Communication results and procedures in a wet chemistry Laboratory Technician role at SGS Oretest.
Experience in Project Coordination.
Project Coordinator at ENV Australia. This role involved assisting in the management and coordination of biological projects and proposals. Project management duties also included costings, planning, assisting with proposals and providing progress reports.
NRM Officer at EMRC. This role included grant applications, reporting and acquittals, budget tracking and financial duties such as invoicing and purchase orders.
Experience in managing project budgets.
Project Coordinator duties at ENV Australian included costings, tracking and management of project financial performance and the preparation of invoices.
NRM Officer at EMRC duties included preparation of project budgets and the tracking of project budgets.
Experience in project reporting.
At EMRC the duties included project reporting and acquittal of the Helena River Freshwater Fish Survey.
Green Army Team Supervisors utilise the Australian Government MERIT reporting system.
Project Coordinator reporting at ENV Australia included reports on the financial tracking of projects.
Experience in negotiating business partnerships.
Supporting and facilitating the involvement of catchment groups, schools and consultants in grant funded projects.
Engaging high schools, kindergartens and the community in Yoga Teaching.
Developed business partnerships as a small business owner with local and regional fairs and festivals.
7.4 Skills (required):
Proficient at Microsoft Word. Excel and PowerPoint or similar programs.
ENV Australia Project Coordinator role included financial tracking of the biological sciences projects. This involved using Excel spreadsheets to track and manage projects to budget and to time lines. Word and Powerpoint skills have been required in all professional roles I have undertaken.
Proficient at email correspondence.
Well developed email correspondence through employment in local government and private consulting. Emailing pefformance is accurate, efficient and responsive.
Excellent communication skills.
Natural Resource Management and Project Management roles require holding a strong client focus and a genuine desire to assist individuals. In these roles I have needed to possess the ability to relate to stakeholders and demonstrate empathy in terms of their concerns.
Ability to effectively communicate science and scientific concepts to wide range of audiences.
EMRC NRM Officer for the community groups Jane Brook Catchment Group, Susannah Brook Catchment Group and their associated Friends Groups. Facilitating the Green Jobs Corps team for 'at-risk' youth including indigenous youth. Assisting local land holders in the Mundaring Shire to address land management issues.
Green Army Team Supervisor training and education of project participants in Conservation and Land Management.
7.5 Other (preferred):
Comfortable working alone and unsupervised.
Unsupervised field work with EMRC for water quality testing, bushland assessments and inspections.
Green Army Team Supervisors work independently and unsupervised in the field each day.
Working from the home office at EMRC and Green Army.
Comfortable driving long distances in regional areas
Experienced in driving long distances in regional WA through personal travel. Have travelled quite extensively independently overseas. C.