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Casual Landcare Field Technician

We are currently seeking to employ Casual Landcare Field Technicians to join our Environmental Services Team in the on ground delivery of landcare projects. The main duties of these roles will include:

  • Chemical control of environmental weeds in bushland and revegetation areas
  • Manual removal of environmental weeds in bushland and revegetation areas
  • Planting native seedlings in revegetation areas
  • Maintenance of revegetation areas
  • Installation of erosion control measures such as jute matting, coir mesh and coir logs

Typical work hours are 6.30am to 2.30pm, Monday to Friday and all work is based within the Perth metropolitan area.
Wages will be negotiated dependent on skills and experience. This will be a Casual Contract with up to full time hours available to successful applicants between June and September 2021.

To Apply:

Download and respond to the Casual Landcare Field Technician Application Kit

Further information on the position can be obtained by contacting the SERCUL Environmental Services Manager, Matt Grimbly on 9458 5664 / mattgrimbly@sercul.org.au

All applications must be submitted via email to mattgrimbly@sercul.org.au by Friday 14th May 2021.


OPENINGS FOR LEADERSHIP IN URBAN LANDCARE

A respected, well established Landcare association, the South East Regional Centre for Urban Landcare (SERCUL), is seeking people to join its voluntary Executive Committee who have a strong interest in the environment and experience in either business, management or governance of voluntary associations.

SERCUL works with 13 local governments and more than 30 community conservation groups in the southern region of Perth along with private, State Government and community organisations to promote and deliver landcare, water monitoring and research projects in Perth. SERCUL also has a major involvement in environment education in schools. There are 30 full and part-time staff headed by a Chief Executive officer. SERCUL attracts substantial Government funding, complemented by contract income from its growing environment services division.

The Executive Committee is SERCUL’s principal management body and meets on the fourth Monday of the month between 9.00 and 11.00am at SERCUL in Horley Road, Beckenham.

Our Constitution can be found on our web site: www.sercul.org.au

For further information contact SERCUL Chairperson Stephen Johnston bsj2311@iprimus.com.au or CEO Amy Krupa 9458 5664