Green Skills is looking for a Green Army Team LeaderGreen Skills Albany is seeking to employ a Team Leader who will be responsible for the safety, welfare, training and supervision of Green Army participants. For success in this role you will need knowledge and experience in the application of Workplace Health and Safety policies and procedures, sound knowledge of bush regeneration and conservation activities, excellent people management and training skills, good organizational skills and the ability to complete simple reports in a timely manner. Good networking experience with representatives of regional NRM organisations is desirable.
A full Driver’s licence, and Senior First Aid are essential. A Working with Children Check and Criminal Record Check may also be required for the successful applicant.
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Application detailsThe Duty Statement (including Selection Criteria) is available on-line.
Please address all selection criteria in writing, attach resume and references, and send to
The Green Army is a hands-on, practical, grassroots environmental action programme that supports local environmental and heritage conservation projects across Australia. This is an initiative for young Australians aged 17–24 years interested in protecting their local environment. Participants will receive an allowance and gain hands-on, practical skills, training and experience in environmental and conservation fields.
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Application detailsThe Green Army Registration Form is available on-line.
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The Green Army is an Australian Government initiative that supports local environment and heritage conservation projects across Australia. The program provides opportunities for young Australians aged 17-24 years to gain training and experience in environmental and heritage conservation fields, while participating in projects that generate real benefits for the environment.