GreenCollar is looking for casual, part-time field staff to join our teams working in remote locations across Australia. Our field teams carry out monitoring and biomass surveys for forest protection and regeneration carbon farming projects.

Conditions can be mentally and physically challenging at times due to weather and terrain, limited accommodation facilities, limited communication in remote areas and close working relationships with other team members.

Field trips are typically 10 -12 days long in teams of 2-8 and involve:

  • Data collection
  • Hiking through bush
  • Driving long distances and driving off-road
  • Equipment maintenance and calibration
  • Navigation in remote areas
  • Camping on site, often without running water or electricity
  • Working closely with other team members for extended periods

Applicants must have:

  • Good level of fitness
  • Desire to work outdoors, to work hard, and to be accepting of all weather conditions and terrain
  • Full driving licence
  • Ability to drive manual vehicles
  • A passion for the natural environment
  • Positive can-do attitude and the ability to work well in a team
  • Ability to work away from home during field trips

Beneficial:

  • Knowledge of Australian plants
  • 4WD experience or qualifications
  • Senior and Wilderness First Aid qualifications
  • Experience in similar roles

Please send your resume to:

Leigh Mackie Senior Monitoring ManagerĀ [email protected]

or

Rachel Chiswell Project ManagerĀ [email protected]