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  • Location: Canberra
    Job Type : Temporary
    Date: Sunday, 19 March 2017

    Manpower is looking for young Australians aged 17 - 24 years who are interested in protecting their local environment. The Green Army is an Australian Government initiative that helps connect young Australians with meaningful work through environmental and conservation projects.

    By participating in the programme you will gain skills, training and experience that will improve your employment prospects while you work on projects that generate real and lasting benefits for the environment.

    We are looking for individuals who have a strong community sense, are looking to work in a hands on environment where the focus will be on training, developing skills and giving you experience that will assist you in future opportunities. You will need to have a positive and resilient nature, be safety conscious and the drive to be a valued team member.

    As a Green Army participant you will be involved in a project for up to 30 hours per week for a period of 20-26 weeks and undertake a range of activities including but not limited to:

      Propagating and planting native seedlingsWeed controlRe-vegetation and regeneration of local parksHabitat protection and restorationImproving water quality by cleaning up waterwaysRe-vegetation of sand dunes and mangrovesCreek bank regenerationForeshore and beach restorationConstruction of boardwalks and walking tracks to protect local wildlifeCultural heritage restoration

    If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of hit the apply button today and a Manpower consultant will be in contact to discuss current opportunities.

    Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

  • Location: Queanbeyan
    Job Type : Temporary
    Date: Sunday, 19 March 2017

    Manpower is looking for young Australians aged 17 - 24 years who are interested in protecting their local environment. The Green Army is an Australian Government initiative that helps connect young Australians with meaningful work through environmental and conservation projects.

    By participating in the programme you will gain skills, training and experience that will improve your employment prospects while you work on projects that generate real and lasting benefits for the environment.

    We are looking for individuals who have a strong community sense, are looking to work in a hands on environment where the focus will be on training, developing skills and giving you experience that will assist you in future opportunities. You will need to have a positive and resilient nature, be safety conscious and the drive to be a valued team member.

    As a Green Army participant you will be involved in a project for up to 30 hours per week for a period of 20-26 weeks and undertake a range of activities including but not limited to:

      Propagating and planting native seedlingsWeed controlRe-vegetation and regeneration of local parksHabitat protection and restorationImproving water quality by cleaning up waterwaysRe-vegetation of sand dunes and mangrovesCreek bank regenerationForeshore and beach restorationConstruction of boardwalks and walking tracks to protect local wildlifeCultural heritage restoration

    If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of hit the apply button today and a Manpower consultant will be in contact to discuss current opportunities.

    Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

  • Location: Canberra
    Job Type : Temporary
    Date: Sunday, 12 March 2017

    Manpower is looking for young Australians aged 17 - 24 years who are interested in protecting their local environment. The Green Army is an Australian Government initiative that helps connect young Australians with meaningful work through environmental and conservation projects.

    By participating in the programme you will gain skills, training and experience that will improve your employment prospects while you work on projects that generate real and lasting benefits for the environment.

    We are looking for individuals who have a strong community sense, are looking to work in a hands on environment where the focus will be on training, developing skills and giving you experience that will assist you in future opportunities. You will need to have a positive and resilient nature, be safety conscious and the drive to be a valued team member.

    As a Green Army participant you will be involved in a project for up to 30 hours per week for a period of 20-26 weeks and undertake a range of activities including but not limited to:

      Propagating and planting native seedlingsWeed controlRe-vegetation and regeneration of local parksHabitat protection and restorationImproving water quality by cleaning up waterwaysRe-vegetation of sand dunes and mangrovesCreek bank regenerationForeshore and beach restorationConstruction of boardwalks and walking tracks to protect local wildlifeCultural heritage restoration

    If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of hit the apply button today and a Manpower consultant will be in contact to discuss current opportunities.

    Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

  • Location: Queanbeyan
    Job Type : Temporary
    Date: Sunday, 12 March 2017

    Manpower is looking for young Australians aged 17 - 24 years who are interested in protecting their local environment. The Green Army is an Australian Government initiative that helps connect young Australians with meaningful work through environmental and conservation projects.

    By participating in the programme you will gain skills, training and experience that will improve your employment prospects while you work on projects that generate real and lasting benefits for the environment.

    We are looking for individuals who have a strong community sense, are looking to work in a hands on environment where the focus will be on training, developing skills and giving you experience that will assist you in future opportunities. You will need to have a positive and resilient nature, be safety conscious and the drive to be a valued team member.

    As a Green Army participant you will be involved in a project for up to 30 hours per week for a period of 20-26 weeks and undertake a range of activities including but not limited to:

      Propagating and planting native seedlingsWeed controlRe-vegetation and regeneration of local parksHabitat protection and restorationImproving water quality by cleaning up waterwaysRe-vegetation of sand dunes and mangrovesCreek bank regenerationForeshore and beach restorationConstruction of boardwalks and walking tracks to protect local wildlifeCultural heritage restoration

    If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of hit the apply button today and a Manpower consultant will be in contact to discuss current opportunities.

    Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

  • Location: Canberra
    Job Type : Temporary
    Date: Sunday, 05 March 2017

    Manpower is looking for young Australians aged 17 - 24 years who are interested in protecting their local environment. The Green Army is an Australian Government initiative that helps connect young Australians with meaningful work through environmental and conservation projects.

    By participating in the programme you will gain skills, training and experience that will improve your employment prospects while you work on projects that generate real and lasting benefits for the environment.

    We are looking for individuals who have a strong community sense, are looking to work in a hands on environment where the focus will be on training, developing skills and giving you experience that will assist you in future opportunities. You will need to have a positive and resilient nature, be safety conscious and the drive to be a valued team member.

    As a Green Army participant you will be involved in a project for up to 30 hours per week for a period of 20-26 weeks and undertake a range of activities including but not limited to:

      Propagating and planting native seedlingsWeed controlRe-vegetation and regeneration of local parksHabitat protection and restorationImproving water quality by cleaning up waterwaysRe-vegetation of sand dunes and mangrovesCreek bank regenerationForeshore and beach restorationConstruction of boardwalks and walking tracks to protect local wildlifeCultural heritage restoration

    If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of hit the apply button today and a Manpower consultant will be in contact to discuss current opportunities.

    Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

  • Location: Queanbeyan
    Job Type : Temporary
    Date: Sunday, 05 March 2017

    Manpower is looking for young Australians aged 17 - 24 years who are interested in protecting their local environment. The Green Army is an Australian Government initiative that helps connect young Australians with meaningful work through environmental and conservation projects.

    By participating in the programme you will gain skills, training and experience that will improve your employment prospects while you work on projects that generate real and lasting benefits for the environment.

    We are looking for individuals who have a strong community sense, are looking to work in a hands on environment where the focus will be on training, developing skills and giving you experience that will assist you in future opportunities. You will need to have a positive and resilient nature, be safety conscious and the drive to be a valued team member.

    As a Green Army participant you will be involved in a project for up to 30 hours per week for a period of 20-26 weeks and undertake a range of activities including but not limited to:

      Propagating and planting native seedlingsWeed controlRe-vegetation and regeneration of local parksHabitat protection and restorationImproving water quality by cleaning up waterwaysRe-vegetation of sand dunes and mangrovesCreek bank regenerationForeshore and beach restorationConstruction of boardwalks and walking tracks to protect local wildlifeCultural heritage restoration

    If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of hit the apply button today and a Manpower consultant will be in contact to discuss current opportunities.

    Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

  • Location: Warriewood
    Job Type : Temporary
    Date: Thursday, 02 March 2017

    The Green Army is a hands-on, practical, grassroots environmental action programme that supports local environment and heritage conservation projects across Australia. Green Army is an Australian Government initiative that helps connect young Australians with meaningful work through environmental and conservation projects.

    Participants in the programme will gain skills, training and experience that will improve their employment prospects while they work on projects that generate real and lasting benefits for the environment.

    To be successful in the role of Team Supervisor you must possess:

      Strong organisational and time management skillsExcellent communication skills both written and verbalIntermediate to Advanced MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Outlook skillsFull Driver's Licence able to provide a RTA print outDemonstrated experience with formal WHS procedures with a strong safety focusUndertake a Working with Children Check and Police CheckCertificate or similar qualification in conservation, land management, environmental management, horticulture, landscaping, agriculture, or related fieldDemonstrated experience in land rehabilitation methods, including bush regeneration, ecological processes and interactions with the broader landscapeAwareness of, and sensitivity to cultural and heritage issues

    Previous supervisory experience and involvement in environmental or conservation projects will be well regarded. Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

  • Location: Yea
    Job Type : Temporary
    Date: Monday, 27 February 2017

    Manpower is looking for young Australians aged 17 - 24 years who are interested in protecting their local environment. The Green Army is an Australian Government initiative that helps connect young Australians with meaningful work through environmental and conservation projects. By participating in the programme you will gain skills, training and experience that will improve your employment prospects while you work on projects that generate real and lasting benefits for the environment.

    We are looking for individuals who have a strong community sense, are looking to work in a hands on environment where the focus will be on training, developing skills and giving you experience that will assist you in future opportunities. You will need to have a positive and resilient nature, be safety conscious and the drive to be a valued team member.

    As a Green Army participant you will be involved in a project for up to 30 hours per week for a period of 20-26 weeks and undertake a range of activities including but not limited to.

      Propagating and planting native seedlingsWeed controlRe-vegetation and regeneration of local parksHabitat protection and restorationImproving water quality by cleaning up waterwaysRe-vegetation of sand dunes and mangrovesCreek bank regenerationForeshore and beach restorationConstruction of boardwalks and walking tracks to protect local wildlifeCultural heritage restoration

    If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of hit the apply button today and a Manpower consultant will be in contact to discuss current opportunities. Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

  • Location: Seymour
    Job Type : Temporary
    Date: Monday, 27 February 2017

    Manpower is looking for young Australians aged 17 - 24 years who are interested in protecting their local environment. The Green Army is an Australian Government initiative that helps connect young Australians with meaningful work through environmental and conservation projects. By participating in the programme you will gain skills, training and experience that will improve your employment prospects while you work on projects that generate real and lasting benefits for the environment.

    We are looking for individuals who have a strong community sense, are looking to work in a hands on environment where the focus will be on training, developing skills and giving you experience that will assist you in future opportunities. You will need to have a positive and resilient nature, be safety conscious and the drive to be a valued team member.

    As a Green Army participant you will be involved in a project for up to 30 hours per week for a period of 20-26 weeks and undertake a range of activities including but not limited to.

      Propagating and planting native seedlingsWeed controlRe-vegetation and regeneration of local parksHabitat protection and restorationImproving water quality by cleaning up waterwaysRe-vegetation of sand dunes and mangrovesCreek bank regenerationForeshore and beach restorationConstruction of boardwalks and walking tracks to protect local wildlifeCultural heritage restoration

    If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of hit the apply button today and a Manpower consultant will be in contact to discuss current opportunities. Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

  • Location: Wahroonga
    Job Type : Temporary
    Date: Thursday, 23 February 2017

    The Green Army is a hands-on, practical, grassroots environmental action programme that supports local environment and heritage conservation projects across Australia. Green Army is an Australian Government initiative that helps connect young Australians with meaningful work through environmental and conservation projects.

    Participants in the programme will gain skills, training and experience that will improve their employment prospects while they work on projects that generate real and lasting benefits for the environment.

    To be successful in the role of Team Supervisor you must possess:

      Strong organisational and time management skillsExcellent communication skills both written and verbalIntermediate to Advanced MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Outlook skillsFull Driver's Licence able to provide a RTA print outDemonstrated experience with formal WHS procedures with a strong safety focusUndertake a Working with Children Check and Police CheckCertificate or similar qualification in conservation, land management, environmental management, horticulture, landscaping, agriculture, or related fieldDemonstrated experience in land rehabilitation methods, including bush regeneration, ecological processes and interactions with the broader landscapeAwareness of, and sensitivity to cultural and heritage issues

    Previous supervisory experience and involvement in environmental or conservation projects will be well regarded. Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

  • Location: Warriewood
    Job Type : Temporary
    Date: Thursday, 23 February 2017

    The Green Army is a hands-on, practical, grassroots environmental action programme that supports local environment and heritage conservation projects across Australia. Green Army is an Australian Government initiative that helps connect young Australians with meaningful work through environmental and conservation projects.

    Participants in the programme will gain skills, training and experience that will improve their employment prospects while they work on projects that generate real and lasting benefits for the environment.

    To be successful in the role of Team Supervisor you must possess:

      Strong organisational and time management skillsExcellent communication skills both written and verbalIntermediate to Advanced MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Outlook skillsFull Driver's Licence able to provide a RTA print outDemonstrated experience with formal WHS procedures with a strong safety focusUndertake a Working with Children Check and Police CheckCertificate or similar qualification in conservation, land management, environmental management, horticulture, landscaping, agriculture, or related fieldDemonstrated experience in land rehabilitation methods, including bush regeneration, ecological processes and interactions with the broader landscapeAwareness of, and sensitivity to cultural and heritage issues

    Previous supervisory experience and involvement in environmental or conservation projects will be well regarded. Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

  • Location: Wahroonga
    Job Type : Temporary
    Date: Thursday, 23 February 2017

    The Green Army is a hands-on, practical, grassroots environmental action programme that supports local environment and heritage conservation projects across Australia. Green Army is an Australian Government initiative that helps connect young Australians with meaningful work through environmental and conservation projects.

    Participants in the programme will gain skills, training and experience that will improve their employment prospects while they work on projects that generate real and lasting benefits for the environment.

    To be successful in the role of Team Supervisor you must possess:

      Strong organisational and time management skillsExcellent communication skills both written and verbalIntermediate to Advanced MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Outlook skillsFull Driver's Licence able to provide a RTA print outDemonstrated experience with formal WHS procedures with a strong safety focusUndertake a Working with Children Check and Police CheckCertificate or similar qualification in conservation, land management, environmental management, horticulture, landscaping, agriculture, or related fieldDemonstrated experience in land rehabilitation methods, including bush regeneration, ecological processes and interactions with the broader landscapeAwareness of, and sensitivity to cultural and heritage issues

    Previous supervisory experience and involvement in environmental or conservation projects will be well regarded. Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

  • Location: Yea
    Job Type : Temporary
    Date: Wednesday, 15 February 2017

    Manpower is looking for young Australians aged 17 - 24 years who are interested in protecting their local environment. The Green Army is an Australian Government initiative that helps connect young Australians with meaningful work through environmental and conservation projects. By participating in the programme you will gain skills, training and experience that will improve your employment prospects while you work on projects that generate real and lasting benefits for the environment.

    We are looking for individuals who have a strong community sense, are looking to work in a hands on environment where the focus will be on training, developing skills and giving you experience that will assist you in future opportunities. You will need to have a positive and resilient nature, be safety conscious and the drive to be a valued team member.

    As a Green Army participant you will be involved in a project for up to 30 hours per week for a period of 20-26 weeks and undertake a range of activities including but not limited to.

      Propagating and planting native seedlingsWeed controlRe-vegetation and regeneration of local parksHabitat protection and restorationImproving water quality by cleaning up waterwaysRe-vegetation of sand dunes and mangrovesCreek bank regenerationForeshore and beach restorationConstruction of boardwalks and walking tracks to protect local wildlifeCultural heritage restoration

    If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of hit the apply button today and a Manpower consultant will be in contact to discuss current opportunities. Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

  • Location: Seymour
    Job Type : Temporary
    Date: Wednesday, 15 February 2017

    Manpower is looking for young Australians aged 17 - 24 years who are interested in protecting their local environment. The Green Army is an Australian Government initiative that helps connect young Australians with meaningful work through environmental and conservation projects. By participating in the programme you will gain skills, training and experience that will improve your employment prospects while you work on projects that generate real and lasting benefits for the environment.

    We are looking for individuals who have a strong community sense, are looking to work in a hands on environment where the focus will be on training, developing skills and giving you experience that will assist you in future opportunities. You will need to have a positive and resilient nature, be safety conscious and the drive to be a valued team member.

    As a Green Army participant you will be involved in a project for up to 30 hours per week for a period of 20-26 weeks and undertake a range of activities including but not limited to.

      Propagating and planting native seedlingsWeed controlRe-vegetation and regeneration of local parksHabitat protection and restorationImproving water quality by cleaning up waterwaysRe-vegetation of sand dunes and mangrovesCreek bank regenerationForeshore and beach restorationConstruction of boardwalks and walking tracks to protect local wildlifeCultural heritage restoration

    If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of hit the apply button today and a Manpower consultant will be in contact to discuss current opportunities. Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

  • Location: Parramatta
    Job Type : Temporary
    Date: Tuesday, 14 February 2017

    Manpower is looking for young Australians aged 17 - 24 years who are interested in protecting their local environment.

    The Green Army is an Australian Government initiative that helps connect young Australians with meaningful work through environmental and conservation projects. By participating in the programme you will gain skills, training and experience that will improve your employment prospects while you work on projects that generate real and lasting benefits for the environment.

    We are looking for individuals who have a strong community sense, are looking to work in a hands on environment where the focus will be on training, developing skills and giving you experience that will assist you in future opportunities. You will need to have a positive and resilient nature, be safety conscious and the drive to be a valued team member.

    As a Green Army participant you will be involved in a project for up to 30 hours per week for a period of 20-26 weeks and undertake a range of activities including but not limited to:

      Propagating and planting native seedlingsWeed controlRe-vegetation and regeneration of local parksHabitat protection and restorationImproving water quality by cleaning up waterwaysRe-vegetation of sand dunes and mangrovesCreek bank regenerationForeshore and beach restorationConstruction of boardwalks and walking tracks to protect local wildlifeCultural heritage restoration

    If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of hit the apply button today and a Manpower consultant will be in contact to discuss current opportunities.

    Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

  • Location: Carlingford
    Job Type : Temporary
    Date: Tuesday, 14 February 2017

    Manpower is looking for young Australians aged 17 - 24 years who are interested in protecting their local environment.

    The Green Army is an Australian Government initiative that helps connect young Australians with meaningful work through environmental and conservation projects. By participating in the programme you will gain skills, training and experience that will improve your employment prospects while you work on projects that generate real and lasting benefits for the environment.

    We are looking for individuals who have a strong community sense, are looking to work in a hands on environment where the focus will be on training, developing skills and giving you experience that will assist you in future opportunities. You will need to have a positive and resilient nature, be safety conscious and the drive to be a valued team member.

    As a Green Army participant you will be involved in a project for up to 30 hours per week for a period of 20-26 weeks and undertake a range of activities including but not limited to:

      Propagating and planting native seedlingsWeed controlRe-vegetation and regeneration of local parksHabitat protection and restorationImproving water quality by cleaning up waterwaysRe-vegetation of sand dunes and mangrovesCreek bank regenerationForeshore and beach restorationConstruction of boardwalks and walking tracks to protect local wildlifeCultural heritage restoration

    If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of hit the apply button today and a Manpower consultant will be in contact to discuss current opportunities.

    Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

  • Location: Mount Kuring-Gai
    Job Type : Temporary
    Date: Monday, 13 February 2017

    Manpower is looking for young Australians aged 17 - 24 years who are interested in protecting their local environment. The Green Army is an Australian Government initiative that helps connect young Australians with meaningful work through environmental and conservation projects. By participating in the programme you will gain skills, training and experience that will improve your employment prospects while you work on projects that generate real and lasting benefits for the environment.

    We are looking for individuals who have a strong community sense, are looking to work in a hands on environment where the focus will be on training, developing skills and giving you experience that will assist you in future opportunities. You will need to have a positive and resilient nature, be safety conscious and the drive to be a valued team member.

    As a Green Army participant you will be involved in a project for up to 30 hours per week for a period of 20-26 weeks and undertake a range of activities including but not limited to.

      Propagating and planting native seedlingsWeed controlRe-vegetation and regeneration of local parksHabitat protection and restorationImproving water quality by cleaning up waterwaysRe-vegetation of sand dunes and mangrovesCreek bank regenerationForeshore and beach restorationConstruction of boardwalks and walking tracks to protect local wildlifeCultural heritage restoration

    If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of hit the apply button today and a Manpower consultant will be in contact to discuss current opportunities. Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

  • Location: Seymour
    Job Type : Temporary
    Date: Friday, 10 February 2017

    Manpower is looking for young Australians aged 17 - 24 years who are interested in protecting their local environment. The Green Army is an Australian Government initiative that helps connect young Australians with meaningful work through environmental and conservation projects. By participating in the programme you will gain skills, training and experience that will improve your employment prospects while you work on projects that generate real and lasting benefits for the environment.

    We are looking for individuals who have a strong community sense, are looking to work in a hands on environment where the focus will be on training, developing skills and giving you experience that will assist you in future opportunities. You will need to have a positive and resilient nature, be safety conscious and the drive to be a valued team member.

    As a Green Army participant you will be involved in a project for up to 30 hours per week for a period of 20-26 weeks and undertake a range of activities including but not limited to.

      Propagating and planting native seedlingsWeed controlRe-vegetation and regeneration of local parksHabitat protection and restorationImproving water quality by cleaning up waterwaysRe-vegetation of sand dunes and mangrovesCreek bank regenerationForeshore and beach restorationConstruction of boardwalks and walking tracks to protect local wildlifeCultural heritage restoration

    If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of hit the apply button today and a Manpower consultant will be in contact to discuss current opportunities. Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

  • Location: Yea
    Job Type : Temporary
    Date: Friday, 10 February 2017

    Manpower is looking for young Australians aged 17 - 24 years who are interested in protecting their local environment. The Green Army is an Australian Government initiative that helps connect young Australians with meaningful work through environmental and conservation projects. By participating in the programme you will gain skills, training and experience that will improve your employment prospects while you work on projects that generate real and lasting benefits for the environment.

    We are looking for individuals who have a strong community sense, are looking to work in a hands on environment where the focus will be on training, developing skills and giving you experience that will assist you in future opportunities. You will need to have a positive and resilient nature, be safety conscious and the drive to be a valued team member.

    As a Green Army participant you will be involved in a project for up to 30 hours per week for a period of 20-26 weeks and undertake a range of activities including but not limited to.

      Propagating and planting native seedlingsWeed controlRe-vegetation and regeneration of local parksHabitat protection and restorationImproving water quality by cleaning up waterwaysRe-vegetation of sand dunes and mangrovesCreek bank regenerationForeshore and beach restorationConstruction of boardwalks and walking tracks to protect local wildlifeCultural heritage restoration

    If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of hit the apply button today and a Manpower consultant will be in contact to discuss current opportunities. Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

  • Location: Mount Kuring-Gai
    Job Type : Temporary
    Date: Thursday, 09 February 2017

    Manpower is looking for young Australians aged 17 - 24 years who are interested in protecting their local environment. The Green Army is an Australian Government initiative that helps connect young Australians with meaningful work through environmental and conservation projects. By participating in the programme you will gain skills, training and experience that will improve your employment prospects while you work on projects that generate real and lasting benefits for the environment.

    We are looking for individuals who have a strong community sense, are looking to work in a hands on environment where the focus will be on training, developing skills and giving you experience that will assist you in future opportunities. You will need to have a positive and resilient nature, be safety conscious and the drive to be a valued team member.

    As a Green Army participant you will be involved in a project for up to 30 hours per week for a period of 20-26 weeks and undertake a range of activities including but not limited to.

      Propagating and planting native seedlingsWeed controlRe-vegetation and regeneration of local parksHabitat protection and restorationImproving water quality by cleaning up waterwaysRe-vegetation of sand dunes and mangrovesCreek bank regenerationForeshore and beach restorationConstruction of boardwalks and walking tracks to protect local wildlifeCultural heritage restoration

    If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of hit the apply button today and a Manpower consultant will be in contact to discuss current opportunities. Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.