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Booderee National Park go on a recruitment drive

Fri 26 Nov 2021

Booderee National Park has commenced a major recruitment process to fill up to 25 different jobs within the park.  

This process will involve a series of bulk rounds at each level of employment with the hope that this will give the park and the community certainty and stability, whilst further developing an inclusive “One Booderee” culture where the Park and the Wreck Bay Community work together the support the community’s vision for sole management.  

To support this vision, these jobs are open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants only.

Booderee National Park Board of Management has undertaken a Functional & Structural Review, have implemented a whole-of-park restructure and have worked closely with staff and the community to alter roster arrangements and the park operational construct. To finalise this,  Booderee National Park are now advertising on-going roles.

Currently Booderee has EL1 (Manager) and APS6 (Team Leader and Curator) roles advertised and this is a great opportunity for anyone looking for a Sea Change to pursue a job at Booderee. Over the coming weeks APS3, APS4 and APS5 roles will also be advertised.

Through this process merit pools will be created that will be used to fill roles across all the Work Units and Sections in Booderee National Park:

  • Country and Conservation Unit
    • Natural Resource Management
    • Botanic Gardens
  • Park Management and Operations Unit
    • Administration & Accounts
    • Fire, Safety & Infrastructure
    • Planning & Coordination
  • Visitor Experience and Compliance Unit
    • Visitor Experience
    • Compliance
    • Education & Interps
  • Office of Joint Management Unit
    • Staff & Community Training        
    • Traditional Owner Engagement and Business Development
    • Cultural Heritage and Community Engagement Support

This process is being coordinated by Pipeline Talent and all jobs are advertised on the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment’s website.  You will also see them all on  Facebook if you search Pipeline Talent.  

Please Contact Pipeline Talent on 02 8001 6603 or via for more information or to register and receive the online link to attend the Information Session this Friday.