employment - positions vacant
Volunteers we believe that we should offer everyone an opportunity to
be involved in managing and protecting a healthy and sustainable
environment. If you
share that vision and would like to make a critical contribution to
seeing it achieved, then consider joining our team of passionate and
team, we make it possible for thousands of volunteers, both local and
international, to join us every year to help plant thousands of trees,
clear hectares of weeds, improve river health, save endangered species
and protect our cultural heritage.
As a not-for-profit organisation we make use of various options to make our package as attractive as possible, but we also acknowledge that the people who join us do it for more than the money - it is about using your particular qualifications and skills to make a real difference.
For more information on any of these vacancies, phone Human Resources Manager, Kathie Surridge: 0428 302 477.
Read the story of a Team Leader
TEAM LEADER POSITION DESCRIPTION
A Team leader is responsible for the safety. welfare and supervision of volunteers, ensuring that they enjoy a positive experience whilst working within the boundaries of occupational health and safety requirements on practical conservation projects for the betterment of the Australian environment.
Even if there is not a position listed below which is available in your area, we welcome the receipt of your application which will be kept on file in case a position does arise in the future.
Applications for available positions, or networking applications for other areas, addressing the Key Selection Criteria which can be found in the Position Description above, plus resume, and a copy of Driver's licence and Senior First Aid, should be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org
Casual Team leader - Brisbane
Information Technology Manager - Ballarat
Casual Team leaders - Auckland & Wellington, NZ
There are two positions available in New Zealand : one in Wellington and one in Auckland. The Casual Team Leaders will be required to work on both local and residential projects. The team leader is responsible for the safety, welfare and supervision of volunteers ensuring that they enjoy a positive project experience whilst working within the boundaries of occupational health and safety requirements.
Applications including your resume and Statement of address for the Key Selection Criteria which can be found in the Position Description are to be received at email@example.com by Sunday, December 15, 2013
Project Officer - Portland (VIC)
The Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) Project Officer is responsible for developing and maintaining partnerships aimed at practical community engagement opportunities related to natural and cultural resource management within the South West Victoria region.