Brisbane City Council

Project Officer - 2 Million Trees ($61,000 – $69,636)

Thursday, 19 August 2010

Brisbane City Council have a project of planting two million trees across the city by 2012. They hope to achieve this through large scale bushland restoration, revegetating landfill sites, street tree plantings and greening infrastructure sites. This high profile project is one of the largest of its kind being delivered in the world today.
You can help by joining the team if you're an experienced Project Officer who wants to help make Brisbane the most sustainable city in Australia. This is an offer for a temporary role for up to two years. You will monitor, audit, inspect and facilitate the establishment and field delivery of revegetation works. You will help identify planting sites including assessing the sites for suitability. You will monitor contracts with internal and external providers and you will ensure all planting is to an accepted standard and quality. Additionally, you will ensure appropriate species are planted and properly maintained.
Brisbane City Council was awarded the 2010 Australian Employer of the Year by the Career Development Association of Australia. Applications close 31 August 2010.

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