Employment

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For people with a passion for the natural environment and conservation, a job at Bush Heritage could be a way to make a real difference in protecting Australia's natural heritage. Current vacancies are listed at the bottom of this page.

At Bush Heritage, we work in a way that reflects our values:

Conservation

Conservation impact is essential. Our decisions are informed by best available science.

Leonie Chienmora – Uungu Ranger with Bush Heritage's Wunambal Gaambera partners.
Leonie Chienmora – Uungu Ranger with Bush Heritage's Wunambal Gaambera partners.
Photo: Russell Ord
Culture

We respectfully engage with Traditional Owners and recognise Aboriginal culture, connection to Country and traditional knowledge. Working together and applying two-way knowledge leads to greater understanding and better conservation outcomes.

Ecologist Angela Sanders with a Red-tailed Phascogale. Photo Annette Ruzicka.
Ecologist Angela Sanders with a Red-tailed Phascogale. Photo Annette Ruzicka.
Collaboration

Collaboration, pragmatism and innovation are essential. We collaborate, listen to and respect Traditional Owners, land and conservation partners, private land owners, pastoralists, conservation organisations, governments and communities, seeking to find solutions together.

Ecologist Dr Matt Appleby at Tarcutta Hills Reserve. Photo Annette Ruzicka.
Ecologist Dr Matt Appleby at Tarcutta Hills Reserve. Photo Annette Ruzicka.
Community

We engage with and work within communities around Australia. People from all walks of life support us. We recognise and thank our donors, partners, volunteers and staff.

Safety

The health and wellbeing of staff and volunteers is critical in our planning and culture.

 

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