- Job posted on: 24th Dec 2020
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The position will support the directorial team in systems, strategy and business development and be responsible for a range of administrative duties. If you are a highly organised and strategic thinker and are keen to contribute to a values-based organisation working on exciting and purposeful projects, then this is the job for you.
Location: This position is initially based in Byron Bay. Remote work within a virtual team environment may be possible once work plans and projects mature.
Tenure: This is a part time 12-month fixed term contract with a three-month probationary trial period
Salary/Wages: Commensurate with skills and experience we are offering a pro rata annual salary of $60,000-$80,000 (approx. $30.00 to $40.00 per hour) plus leave and superannuation loading
Hours per week: 10 hours
The Centre for Conservation Geography is a research group established in June 2011 to provide expert technical support and advice to government and non-government stakeholders. Based in Australia, our multi-disciplinary team has headquarters in Byron Bay and key team members working remotely. We currently have projects in Australia, the Southern Ocean and Canada across both marine and terrestrial environments.
The Centre's focus is to support conservation decisions being made across the world's ecoregions. Our core work focus is to apply world's best practice in decision support to planning for
biodiversity conservation. We are also proficient in other areas of scientific research, spatial analysis, biogeography, biodiversity policy, science communication & science advocacy.
ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
DESIRABLE SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
The position will be responsible for coordination of key internal systems and processes, providing executive support to the directorial team in business development and planning, as well as the completion of day-to-day administrative and organisational tasks