Call for Nominations for the South Coast NRM Board of Management
Do you have the passion to make a real difference for the unique plants, animals and sustainable agricultural landscapes of the South Coast of Western Australia?
South Coast Natural Resource Management is seeking an experienced director to join a professional Board that oversees the strategy and governance of the organisation. South Coast NRM is an incorporated, community focused organisation that manages projects to improve natural resources across the South Coast of WA.
We use a skills-based approach to filling Board vacancies. Nominees are asked to address selection criteria and include a resume detailing their qualifications and experience.
Download the Application Pack below which contains all required information, instructions and forms.
Applications due: 5:00pm Monday 23 September 2019.
Information for prospective applicants
If you think you have the skills to work for South Coast NRM and have a passion for caring for our natural environment, please forward your current resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will keep your details on file.
If you are applying for an advertised staff position at South Coast NRM your application must include the following:
- A document addressing the selection criteria.
- Current résumé featuring employment history.
- Contact details of three employment referees , including your current line manager where possible.
Please note: Only applicants addressing the selection criteria will be considered.
Please email applications to: email@example.com (unless otherwise specified) with the title of the job you are applying for in the subject line. PDF attachments are preferred.
Postal applications must be sent to:
South Coast NRM
88 Stead Road
ALBANY WA 6330
Applications must be received by the close of business on the deadline day advertised.
Late or pro-forma applications will not be accepted.
South Coast NRM requires declarations and personal information relevant to your employment. The collection and handling of this information will be consistent with the best practice guidelines of the Australian Privacy Commissioner.