Sea Country IPA Project Coordinator

Sea Country IPA Project Coordinator

  • Aboriginal people encouraged to apply
  • A new opportunity to lead engagement on the future management of sea country
  • Stunning work locations, benefits, and flexible arrangements
  • Supporting people, country, and heritage

Our vision is for a healthy, self-determined, and respected Tasmanian Aboriginal community. We now have a great opportunity for an experienced project officer to join our land management team.

Working with the community and key stakeholders in tayaritja (Bass Strait Islands) Sea Country, you will develop a meaningful engagement project to develop a sea country management plan.

With the ability to develop strong relationships with community and project partners, including government and research institutions, you will create and manage engagement activities.

How to apply

Submit your CV and a statement addressing the selection criteria outlined in the position description (link below) to by 11.59 pm, Sunday, 24 July 2022.

Sea Country IPA Project Coordinator, Position Description