Employment & tenders
National Rabbit Management Facilitator
Department of Primary Industries, VIC
Location: Melbourne CBD, Fixed-term for 3 years
Applications close: 14 February 2013
The National Rabbit Management Facilitator, located within the Invasive Plants and Animals Branch of Biosecurity Victoria, is required to ensure strategic, efficient and effective implementation of new and effective rabbit control methodologies. The role should influence the strategic direction for rabbit management through effective community engagement and promotion of best practice.
The National role is responsible for delivering a complex strategic and delivery-focused project which also involves the day-to-day coordination of project activities, including liaison with project stakeholders including the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre, ACT Government and affected industries.
Good communication skills are critical to this role. The incumbent will be expected to be able to work effectively and independently, provide strategic advice to stakeholders, and consult with industry and community leaders. The successful applicant will be responsible for managing the delivery of specified project outcomes in accordance with relevant project documentation and for monitoring and providing advice and information to management on project performance.
Inter- and intra-state travel will be a significant part of this role.