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Ngadju Women’s Project Ranger Coordinator

Ngadju Conservation Aboriginal Corporation is a conservation and land management organisation that aims to protect and conserve Ngadju land and culture; and provide economic opportunities and training for Ngadju youth. Ngadju lands include a large portion of the ecologically rich Great Western Woodlands.

Ngadju Conservation Aboriginal Corporation is seeking a dynamic individual to join our team to coordinate a Ngadju Women Rangers Project.

This is an exciting opportunity to both develop and implement a Ngadju women’s program.  The successful candidate will coordinate a team of young Ngadju women and work closely with Elders in the community.  The project scope includes protection and maintenance of cultural sites; enhancement of cultural values; native plant and animal management; seed collection; weed, feral and fire management; and community engagement.

This is a full-time position until June 30, 2022.  The position is based at the Ngadju Ranger base in Norseman.

If you have skills and a background in environmental services or natural resources and have experience working with Indigenous people, please apply for this position. 

How to apply

Download the position description here.  Email a cover letter addressing the selection criteria and your CV to