Conservation Volunteers Australia activates communities to rebalance nature for a stronger, more resilient future.
Since 1982, we have delivered environmental and social outcomes across Australia through practical conservation activities with volunteers in urban and regional areas.
As we enter a new era for our organisation, we are renewing our focus on five key Campaigns to better tackle community and conservation challenges across Australia. Through these Campaigns, we develop collaborative partnerships which bring together the expert knowledge, land, people and resources to create better futures for the species in need and communities around them, over multiple years.
We are now recruiting for people with skills and experiences to carry us forward in this new chapter. We are offering you the opportunity to work in a role where you will find purpose, exercise your autonomy and engage in collaboration internally and externally to bring projects to life and make a positive difference for communities and ecosystems around the country.
Conservation Volunteers Australia requires a Safety Trainer and Assessor to deliver Certificate III – Work Health and Safety Processes (AHCWHS301) to employees in Australia and New Zealand.
Delivery and assessment is online only providing flexibility in relation to location and availability. New employees are unable to commence field work until this training is completed, therefore turnaround time is critical.
The Trainer and Assessor will need to work independently and in accordance with the policy and procedures of the Conservation Skills Centre.
This is position can be casual or contract. Hours will vary depending on recruitment activity.
To apply please submit your resume and cover letter via the application form below.
Applications close Sunday 27th September 2020.
Enquiries can be directed to the HR Coordinator by calling 1800 032 501 or email [email protected]