Bush Reserves & Weed Control Officer
South Gippsland is a place like no other. We have a diverse community and economy set in a magnificent natural environment. We serve our people with genuine well-meaning and strive always to deliver the best outcomes we can.
We are passionate about building and sustaining a great workplace, principled leadership, and providing great opportunities. Our values are present in what we do and how we do it. With a renewed focus on innovation and collaboration, valuing difference and a belief that teams can achieve amazing things, there is a lot to look forward to.
We want to genuinely make a difference to the lives of all those who touch our community, and be part of creating ‘a great place for us’.
Our Sustainability team have a casual opportunity for a suitably experienced person to assist with the implementation of Council's Roadside Weed and Pest Animal Management plan.
Reporting to the Biodiversity Supervisor, your main responsibilities of this casual role are to undertake natural reserves maintenance and weed control works on Council’s roadsides.
To be successful, you will have a good understanding of weed identification and management and have experience in working with various horticultural/construction equipment. You will also hold an Agricultural Chemical Users Permit and Construction Industry White Card.
A current driver’s license is essential.
Enquiries to Chris Rankin, Biodiversity Supervisor on (03) 5662 9200.
Applications close Sunday 22 January 2017.
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