Secondment Openings

Project Manager Community Carbon

The North Central Catchment Management Authority creates natural resource management partnerships and programs that deliver lasting change. We are currently seeking an engaging and knowledgeable person to join our Business Development team.

Located out of our Huntly office (near Bendigo), the Project Manager will lead a pilot project to develop a local carbon program that funds and delivers revegetation projects that are focused on environmental, social and economic co-benefits in our region.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Proven experience in collaboration and building partnerships with a range of stakeholders
  • An innovative approach to developing fresh solutions and ideas.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including the ability to prepare and deliver public presentations.
  • A passion for the environment, with a tertiary qualification in environmental science or a related discipline.

This position is for an initial 12-month fixed term period and has the flexibility to be full or part-time. We understand that life balance is an important part of our employees’ lives and offer a wide range of flexible arrangements.    For more information further information contact Matthew Dawson on (03) 5448 7124.

For a copy of the position description visit the Jobs and Tenders section of our website at or contact [email protected].

Applications will be accepted until 4:00pm Monday 20th February and should include a covering letter, a resume, and address the key selection criteria.

We embrace diversity and inclusion; we welcome you to apply if you are a person with disability, Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander, Culturally and linguistically diverse, or LGBTQIA+.  We welcome applications from people with disability and aim to provide an inclusive and accessible workplace. If you need any help with the application process or would like to discuss your reasonable adjustments during interviews, please contact: Trephina Marek, HR Manager on 03 5448 7124.

Project Manager (Aboriginal Partnerships and Projects)

The North Central Catchment Management Authority protects and enhances the integrity of our catchments, by working in partnership with communities to deliver enduring natural resource management outcomes. We are currently seeking an enthusiastic and motivated person to join our Strategy and Partnerships team.

This is an exciting opportunity to build positive relationships with First Nations Peoples through collaborative projects and strategic partnerships. Located at our Huntly office, the Project Manager will lead the development and delivery of our Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan and Aboriginal projects which deliver outcomes that are aligned with Traditional Owner aspirations and to improve two-way learning and partnerships.
This is a 12-month position and may be undertaken full time or part time.

For further information or a copy of the position description visit or contact the North Central CMA on 03 5448 7124 or [email protected].


Senior Biodiversity Officer

An exciting opportunity exists to join Glenelg Hopkins CMA in the position of Senior Biodiversity Officer. This full-time position can be based in Hamilton or Warrnambool, Victoria with flexibility to work part-time from home. This position is being offered for a 12-month contract with the possibility of extension, subject to funding.

The Senior Biodiversity Officer coordinates the implementation of designated components of the biodiversity program of work consisting of a range of biodiversity projects in the areas of threatened species, native vegetation, biodiversity focused NRM projects, and pest plant and animals; to support the implementation of the Glenelg Hopkins Regional Catchment Strategy (RCS), and relevant sub-strategies and plans.

This role will support the delivery of biodiversity-related projects, primarily focusing on projects funded under Nature Fund Grants. This will include working closely with the Southwest Environment Alliance on revegetation and weed control projects in the Portland area to support the recovery of the Southern Bent-wing Bat.

This position can be offered as a direct appointment or as a secondment.

For more information, and a copy of the Position Description, please visit Work with us | Glenelg Hopkins CMA ( or contact Marty Gent, Biodiversity Manager on 0428 141 499 or [email protected] .

Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Coordinator

We are seeking internal Expressions of Interest for a role as Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Coordinator with the Community and Relationships team for 12-months.

The Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Coordinator will be responsible for:

  • Supporting our compliance with the Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006, the Traditional Owner Settlement Act 2010 and the Dja Dja Wurrung and North Central CMA Partnership Statement.
  • Supporting project staff through the provision of expertise and appropriate networks.
  • Developing cultural awareness training opportunities.
  • Contributing to the development and improvement of cultural competencies framework, policies, and procedures.
  • Delivering aspects of the of the North Central CMA Reconciliation Action Plan, including NAIDOC and Reconciliation Week activities.

This role may be undertaken full or part time (0.8 FTE), providing an excellent opportunity for anyone wanting to exercise flexible working options.  For more information please contact Cass Davis, Manager Community and Relationships on 0431 583 991.

Application requirements:  Email [email protected] no later than 5:00pm Friday 11th February, with your resume and outlining why you are interested and why you believe you would be a good fit for the role.



Project Officer - Water Infrastructure

Internal movement has afforded this fantastic opportunity to join the Corangamite CMA on a temporary basis in our Water Infrastructure team to provide key support in the management of the Barwon River through Geelong and other water infrastructure projects.

The Barwon River through Geelong supports a diverse array of recreational, environmental and cultural activities. These include organised events and frequent casual use of the waterway and land for various activities. Corangamite CMA undertakes routine maintenance and management of the parklands alongside the river, event scheduling and management of waterway zones, lease management of rowing/canoe clubs, coordination and communications with Barwon River users and safety works along the river.

This position can be offered as a direct appointment or as a secondment.

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