Gunggandji PBC Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC

Do you want to work to protect country? Located in Yarrabah near Cairns the ranger position is responsible for protecting and managing the land and sea country of the Gunggandji people. You will work closely with traditional owners and other local organisations in Yarrabah to deliver the working on country program and protect the natural resources of Gunggandji country.

Closing date: 

5pm, 9 November 2018


Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)



Job category: 

  • Project officer roles

Type of vacancy: 

Full time

Salary and conditions: 

$41,792.40 pa

Job description/overview: 

You will need to have experience working on country or in remote locations and complying with cultural protocols.  As part of their work Gunggandji rangers are required to operate a ranger vessel, 4WDs, ATVs and outdoor power equipment. You must have experience in operating such equipment within workplace health and safety guidelines. You will also be required to hold or have the ability to obtain a valid ‘C’ Class drivers licence, coxswain ticket, a blue card and an accredited qualification in conservation and land management.

Contact person and how to apply: 

The filling of this vacancy is a special measure under section 8(1) of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 and only open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Written applications and a resume must be submitted to coordinator@gpbcac.org by no later than 5.00pm on Friday, 9 November 2018.

For the selection criteria and further information please contact Ranger Coordinator, Brian Murgha on (07) 4056 9126 or coordinator@gpbcac.org.

More information: 

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