WWF-Australia, Project Coordinator – Sustainable Beef
Make a difference to today's world.
WWF-Australia is seeking to recruit a
Project Coordinator – Sustainable Beef
Use your conservation project expertise to make a world of difference
· 2 year role
· Interstate travel required
· Based in Brisbane
WWF-Australia, the global conservation organisation, is seeking a skilled project coordinator to help reduce the ecological impacts of beef production. Supporting the WWF-Australia Program Manager - Sustainable Agriculture, this new role will develop and manage relationships with a range of stakeholders within Australia and globally, including the recently established Australian Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (ARSB). The role works to establish higher environmental standards and promote Best Management Practices in Australian beef production and markets.
To be successful for this position it is essential that you have:
• Experience in rangeland ecology, beef production systems and/or corporate sustainability policy and implementation in agribusiness and related fields
• Knowledge of biodiversity conservation principles and practices
• Experience coordinating and supporting multi stakeholder processes
• Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to network and negotiate with senior stakeholders and partners from a range of sectors including corporations, government, NGOs and local business
• Proven project management experience and delivery of agreed performance targets
• Strong team working skills
A detailed position description with selection criteria is available on our website: www.wwf.org.au and enquiries may be directed to Rob Cairns on +61 409 159 677 (mobile).
WWF values a diverse workforce and is an equal opportunity employer. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.
Please send applications, with covering letter, CV and statement addressing the selection criteria to:
People & Organisation Development, WWF-Australia, GPO Box 528,
Sydney NSW 2001 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
By Friday, 18 February 2012.