Working in NRM
Are you considering a career in natural resource management?
GREATER community concern over our environment has increased the demand for services focusing on protecting our precious natural resources.
Natural resource management staff undertake a variety of work in areas such as invasive species control, restoring connections between Indigenous people and country, catchment management, landcare, soil conservation, marine and coastal rehabilitation and flora and fauna protection.
Employment opportunities exist in dedicated NRM organisations such as ours, TAFE and university departments, the mining and minerals industry, government research agencies and in managing conservation parks, forest or local government reserves and crown land.
South Coast NRM employs a wide range of skilled, knowledgeable and responsible staff.
Natural resource management includes:
Flora and fauna conservation
Monitoring of the environment (soil, water, land and air)
Environmental management and rehabilitation
Invasive species management
Geological, plant and animal surveys
Aboriginal cultural heritage and restoration works
Developing resource management policies
Working with government and environmental groups to access grants
Developing and implementing community education programs