- Job posted on: 14th Apr 2021
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We are creating a world where people live in harmony with nature. Join us. Because together, anything is possible.
WWF's global vision is to stop the degradation of the planet's natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature. WWF-Australia is part of the WWF International Network, the world's leading, independent conservation organisation. We are active in over 100 countries and have close to 5 million supporters internationally. In Australia and throughout the oceanic region, we work with governments, businesses and communities so that people and nature can thrive within their fair share of the planet's natural resources.
WWF's mission is to halt the decline of threatened plants and animals and to support their recovery. We do this by addressing the threats that affect them using the best available science while working in partnership with communities, Indigenous groups, government and business. The world is changing fast. Our wildlife and wild places face unprecedented challenges. The result is people yearn more for nature and are connected with each other like never before. We know that we can achieve more by partnering, sharing, empowering communities, forming alliances and building a movement for the environment. Working together is the answer. It is our goal to bring about this unified voice for nature.
Working as a member of the Healthy Land and Seascapes team, this newly created role supports the Manager in project coordination for WWF's priority forest landscape restoration initiatives, by partnering with individuals and organisations to restore and protect Australian water, soil, local and global climates and Australian fauna and flora. The position supports landscape restoration and protection projects that benefit people and nature in priority landscapes particularly those impacted by bushfire. The position requires you to apply your technical expertise to recommend innovative approaches to integrate climate resilience and adaptation into restoration and regeneration strategies, using data monitoring, GIS mapping and analysis.
Ideally the successful candidate will have experience in grant writing, and/or contributing to funding proposals and concept briefs, with an ability to work both autonomously and constructively within a team and be aligned with WWF's vision, mission and values.
WWF values diversity and is building a workforce that reflects the community we serve. WWF is an equal opportunity employer and Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally & linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds, sex, sexuality and gender diverse (LGBTQIA+) community members, and people living with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Please see the job description for further details. Applicants can apply via the Apply Now button below. Only those applicants applying online via the eRecruitment System will be considered. Please name your PDF documents with last/first name & include: (1) a cover letter/statements against the selection criteria & (2) your resume (CV), including two referees.