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Ranger, 003

Environment and Science - Moreton Island, QLD

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JOB DESCRIPTION

Rangers ensure that the Queensland's national parks, state forests and reserves are protected, accessible and valued by all Queenslanders. Rangers work in partnership with local communities and other stakeholders to contribute to the land management, recreational and conservation outcomes across the protected areas which are managed by DES under the Nature Conservation Act 1992, Recreation Areas Management Act 2006, Marine Parks Act 2004, Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Act 1975, Forestry Act 1959 and other relevant legislation.
Job Type: Permanent
Position Type: Full-time
Location: Moreton Bay - North
Yearly Salary: $54891 - $58309
Contact Name: Brendan McLarty
Contact Number: Ph: (07) 3408 8451
Closing Date: 11-JUN-21

This role's focus area is general operations in the Bribie Island work unit. Working in sometimes harsh sandy environmental conditions and driving on corrugated tracks is required to be able to service the park.

Candidates must be physically fit to be able to carry out manual tasks such as lifting and digging. Vessel operations on the Pumicestone Passage to service boat access only camping sites and compliance within this high visitation park are essential.

This position is based in Bribie Island however travel to other locations may be required from time to time. This includes overnight stays.

Rangers work on a roster basis which includes regular weekend work.

The Ranger OO3 is a role in which you must be able to:
1. Perform general estate development and maintenance duties such as construction and maintenance of walking tracks, fencing and recreational facilities on protected areas, and cleaning and maintenance of amenities.

2. Perform estate protection duties such as assisting in cultural heritage management, fire management, pest and weed control programs.

3. Assist with law enforcement and compliance duties.

4. Perform operation and maintenance of minor plant and equipment.

5. Perform general administrative duties including the operation of computers and technology, and some basic procurement of goods and services.

6. Provide general information in relations to a wide range of queries from park visitors and other stakeholders

7. Foster a workplace culture that supports and promotes the interests of First Nations people and actively engage through our work to contribute to better outcomes for First Nations people.

Applications to remain current for 12 monthsThis work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License.