District Fire CoordinatorDepartment of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions – Posted by Ranui Harris
DBCA0294380PSCA, Level 5, $89,047 -$97,994 p.a. plus 9.5% SuperannuationAre you passionate about protecting and conserving our environment? This challenging position will see you contributing to a sustainable future for Western Australia’s environment while working with a great team of people!Similar appointments may be made from this process in locations throughout Western Australia within a 12-month period to positions that may be permanent or contract, including contract appointments with the possibility of subsequent permanency. THIS IS A PERMANENT, FULL-TIME POSITION THIS POSITION IS BASED IN PEMBERTON APPLICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION CLOSE AT MIDDAY ON THURSDAY, 28 JANUARY 2021 Job Description
- Responsible for determining and implementing the district fire management works program in accordance with departmental policy and statutory requirements, coordinating fire resources, and monitoring expenditure and cost effectiveness of fire operations.
- Ensures that pre-planning preparedness levels and standards for bushfire response are met.
- Carries out allocated roles in the district incident management structure.
- Provides advice to and assists the Regional Leader, Fire Management.
- Carries out liaison with stakeholders associated with fire management programs, and represents the District Manager at meetings associated with fire management activities.
- Considerable competence and experience in the management of fire related activities, including use of prescribed fire to protect, promote and achieve conservation of biodiversity and natural values, protection of community assets and to provide for regeneration.
- Considerable experience in liaising at a senior level with external organisations including local authorities, private companies, other government agencies, stakeholders and community interest groups, including an ability to work appropriately with the media.
- Demonstrated experience, knowledge and skills in leadership and management of work teams, including planning and implementing works programs, scheduling work, setting goals, and controlling and reviewing progress.
- Considerable experience in the management of training and staff development, and safety and welfare matters relevant to fire management.
Location: Pemberton WA
- Pemberton WA
- Date Posted
- 20 Jan 2021