Central Vic job: "Woodland Birds Project Officer"

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Subject: Central Vic job: "Woodland Birds Project Officer"
From: colin trainor <>
Date: Thu, 13 Mar 2014 09:40:51 +0930
This "very rare" bird-conservation related job may be of interest:

"Do you know your Jacky Winter from your Diamond Firetail? Are you 
passionate about making sure they continue to exist in the Mount 
Alexander Shire and surrounding region of central Victoria? Can you 
engage and inspire the interest of local landholders and the broader 
community in woodland birds?

If yes, then this could be the job for you.

 Country seeks a suitable candidate to implement its new Securing 
Woodland Birds project as well as assist with other activities currently
 being run by the organization. The project will increase the extent and
 condition of habitat through an approach using on-ground works on 
private land, supplemented by community engagement, education, 
monitoring and other related activities.
This part or full time 
fixed term position (0.8-1.0 FTE) is funded for two years, with the 
possibility of extension based on future funding success and other 
considerations. A copy of the full position description is available at";
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