SWALSC was recently announced as one of thirteen Aboriginal organisations across the State to share in the first round of funding from the from the WA State government’s five-year $20m Aboriginal ranger program.
The Noongar Boodja Mentored Employment and Training Partnership will be delivered by SWALSC via a service contract with the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA).
There are a total of 12 full-time positions currently available on 16-month long fixed-term contracts. Six of these contracts are for Noongar men and six are for Noongar women. One Noongar man and one Noongar woman will be working on country in each of the six Noongar regions, in DBCA Regional Office locations that have been selected for the high quality of training available at those locations.
The 12 successful candidates will also undertake a Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management, and DBCA’s Fire Fighting Crew Member Course. Candidates who already have Certificate II qualifications will receive a modified training program to meet their individual training needs.
Nominations close at midday Monday 7 May 2018, followed by a selection process with interviews to be held in mid to late May 2018, and with work starting late June 2018.
For further information about how to apply, follow the link below: https://www.noongar.org.au/ranger/