The Southern ACT Catchment Group Inc requires a Catchment Coordinator to work with volunteers, community groups, and a wide range of other stakeholder organisations to promote and implement its catchment strategy and improve the health of the SACTCG catchment.
The coordinator should have a sound understanding of the urban, peri-urban and rural environmental issues affecting the catchment and should be outgoing with good communication, organisational, project management, administration and computer skills.
THE SOUTHERN ACT CATCHMENT GROUP
The Southern ACT Catchment Group (SACTCG) is one of three community-based catchment group organisations in the ACT. The catchment groups act as umbrella groups for the many Landcare, Parkcare and other natural resource management (NRM) interest groups in their geographical area.
The SACTCG Catchment Group completed a ‘whole of catchment’ planning process in 2007, resulting in the development of the SACTCG Catchment Strategy, preparing the catchment community for engagement with the Australian Government’s Caring For Our Country (CFOC) and Clean Energy Futures initiatives, which require a collaborative approach to project delivery. The Strategy is currently being reviewed and updated. The key function of the catchment group is to coordinate NRM activities including weed education projects, facilitate the implementation of the SACTCG Catchment Strategy and provide strategic support to NRM groups to develop projects and receive and administer grants.
The Coordinator will be responsible to the Executive of the SACTCG Catchment Group Inc, which is comprised of representatives from community landcare groups, and report to the Chair of the Catchment Group. The Coordinator will be appointed initially until 30 June 2013, with continuation of the position beyond then dependent on funding. This is a four day a week position. Salary will be pro-rata of 37.5 hours/week gross with an annual salary of $70,913 to $78,514. ie: 30 hours per week with an annual gross salary of $56,730 to $62,811 plus superannuation and travel expenses.
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Apply in writing by 17 August 2012 to:
SACTCG Catchment Group Inc.
PO Box 2056
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For further information ring Glenys Patulny (02) 6231 0603 or SACTCG office (02) 6296 6400