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Waterwatch Coordinator job for the Ginninderra and Yass areas

Ginninderra Catchment Group is seeking a Waterwatch Coordinator who is passionate about the environment, especially water quality. The successful applicant will work with volunteers, community groups and stakeholder organisations, promoting and implementing the Waterwatch objectives and water monitoring program for the Upper Murrumbidgee catchment in the north of ACT and nearby parts of NSW.

The Coordinator needs to have:

  • a sound understanding of freshwater ecology, freshwater-monitoring techniques, macroinvertebrates and riparian vegetation;
  • understanding of environmental issues affecting catchments;
  • good skills in communication, organisation, project management, computing and administration.

This part-time role (22.5 hours/week) is currently an appointment from July 2017 until 30 June 2018, with possible extension pending funding. 
For the full position description, including salary, and selection criteria, click here.

Apply in writing by Tuesday 13 June

Send your CV and your written responses to the selection criteria (which are in the position description)

by email to  landcare@ginninderralandcare.org.au
or by mail to  Ginninderra Catchment Group, c/o PO Box 446, Holt ACT 2615. 


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About Us

The Ginninderra Catchment Group is an incorporated umbrella group of community volunteers working in the water catchment of the Ginninderra Creek.

The primary focus of the Group is advancing the health of the Ginninderra Catchment through effective engagement with government, agencies, business, schools and the catchment community. We have a strong commitment to community education and capacity building and seek to create diverse opportunities for people to become involved in catchment management, decision-making and on-ground action. [more information about our group…]

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You can make a difference and help our environment. The Ginninderra Catchment Group provide a wide range of volunteering opportunities for people from all walks of life, with different interests and skills. A range of flexible volunteering roles exist such as:

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Ginninderra Creek. Photo: John P. Baker Friends of Aranda Bushland. Photo: H. Jaireth