Brisbane based, Permanent Full-Time
At Conservation Volunteers, it is our vision is to inspire change by connecting people with our environment. We attract and manage volunteers to participate in projects that protect or enhance our environment and heritage in Australia and New Zealand.
If you feel that community focus and being involved in managing and protecting the environment is important to you, then you may just be the right person for us!
We are currently seeking a Regional Manager to manage the overall delivery of our programs in South East Queensland. The Regional Manager will be based in Brisbane and will be responsible for developing strong business relationships, promoting our range of programs with partner organisations and creating new opportunities to fulfil our vision in South East Queensland.
Essential for success in this role:
- Proven success in marketing and business development
- Strong management and leadership skills
- Well-developed communication skills
- Sound organisational project management skills
- Networks and experience in the conservation industry, while not essential, would be advantageous.
For a full copy of the position description, read the Regional Manager Position Description
Applications Close Date: Monday 28 March 2016
Applications for this job addressing the Key Selection Criteria and Resume to be submitted via the application form below.
Note: You are only required to address the Key Selection Criteria (KSC) questions listed below. Individual responses to all the KSC listed on the Position Description are not required.
Question 1: What has attracted you to apply for this position?
KSC A: Proven Marketing Skills with the Ability to Close the Deal
Demonstrated and proven marketing skills and knowledge to deliver the required financial outcomes across a number of stakeholders.
Question 2: Describe your experience in managing and coordinating complex contracted services?
KSC B: Stakeholder Management & Interpersonal Communication Skills
Establishes relationships with stakeholders, develops effective stakeholder-oriented responses, and assesses, develops and negotiates innovative solutions to complex issues.
Question 3: Describe a time when you have effectively developed a relationship with a stakeholder who had a competing priority or business objective?
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.