This position is based in Inglewood, however, travel to other locations will be required. This includes overnight stays where accommodation varies from motel accommodation to park barracks to bush camps in remote locations under a range of climatic conditions. Due to some remote locations and difficult to access areas, it is advisable that the successful applicant has a degree of physical fitness that will enable them to hike long distances to conduct search and rescue, pest and fire activities. This position works on a Monday to Friday roster, weekend work may be required to conduct compliance or respond to emergency situations such as wildfires. The Ranger OO5 is a role in which you must be able to: 1. Supervise a work group to perform tasks and deliver project outcomes. 2. Contribute as a member of a team to the preparation of annual work programs for recreational and infrastructure maintenance and development including the acquisition and allocation of resources within budgets.3. Plan and deliver specific projects including the development and maintenance of park infrastructure and
initiatives, plant operation and maintenance, natural and cultural resource management, fire management, weed and pest control.4. Compile and maintain reports and records, participate in human resource and budget management processes and the procurement goods and services. This includes use of computer systems and applications.5. Perform customer contact duties including answering enquiries, providing education and advice, and conducting park patrols.6. Perform compliance and enforcement tasks on suspected breaches of relevant acts and permit conditions. Assist senior staff and staff from other agencies with investigations as required. 7. Maintain productive relationships with stakeholders including neighbouring landholders, other government departments and local Indigenous communities.8. Plan and co-ordinate emergency response procedures including natural disaster contingency plans, wildfire response procedures, search and rescue procedures, and medical emergency procedures.9. Operate and maintain a variety of departmental plant and equipment.10. Foster a workplace culture that supports and promotes the interests of First Nations people and actively engage through our work to contribute to better outcomes for First Nations people
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