Conservation Support Officer, Perth, Australia.


Deadline on going | Conservation Support Officer Perth | Australia

office location: Perth, Australia (Western Australia)



The Nature Conservancy’s (TNC) goal is to preserve the lands and rivers that support all life. We are a science-based organization that creates ground-breaking solutions to the most pressing environmental problems so that both humans and nature can prosper. Our principles, which include a dedication to diversity and respect for individuals, communities, and cultures, serve as the foundation for our work. There are numerous reasons to love life #insideTNC, including a fulfilling mission, career advancement opportunities, and flexible scheduling. Wish to learn more? Visit Glassdoor or view our TNC Talent playlist on YouTube to hear stories from the staff.

To foster an inclusive workplace where employees from all over the world feel a feeling of belonging and that their individual contributions are acknowledged, is one of TNC’s main objectives. We are aware that we cannot fulfill our purpose without recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce that reflects the areas in which we operate. We employ a holistic approach to hiring that takes into account life experience in addition to the professional qualifications specified in our job advertisements since we are aware that people often bring talent and talents that have been acquired outside the context of a work. Apply now; we would love to hear from you. At TNC, there is a phrase that goes, “You’ll join for the mission, and you’ll stay for the people.”


The Director of Conservation (Australia) and other members of the Conservation Team at TNC Australia receive administrative, research, project management, and other general assistance from the Conservation Support Officer as they work to achieve conservation outcomes.

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In a very busy and dispersed team across Australia, the Conservation Support Officer primarily assists the Director of Conservation (Australia) with administrative, team, and conservation activities. They assist the Director in raising the Conservation Team’s general effectiveness. Additionally, they might oversee conservation data management, take part in conservation planning, assist in creating project communications, react to conservation-related inquiries, and/or improve the interface between conservation employees and the Project Management Office (PMO). This could entail working in the field to gather, compile, and analyze various sorts of data, creating maps using GIS software, and helping to produce reports. Work can be done in an office environment or out in the field (such as monitoring restored shellfish reefs).

Scope & Responsibilities

  • provides crucial support services for the Conservation Management Team and the Director of Conservation (Australia).
  • juggles numerous tasks or projects with attention to detail and in a timely manner.
  • may help with monitoring and preparing the program budget.
  • It’s possible to work in inclement weather, distant regions, on hazardous terrain, and in physically demanding conditions.
  • makes daily choices under the Director’s direction.
  • involves potential travel to conservation project sites all around Australia.
  • may have access to private information that needs to be kept secret and private.


Minimum Requirements

  • Biological science bachelor’s degree in a field like marine biology, ecology, or conservation science.
  • a minimum of one year of full-time employment.
  • quite skilled with the Microsoft Office program.
  • knowledge of managing several projects simultaneously.
  • familiarity in handling common business correspondence.
  • reliable, trustworthy, and able to work with ambiguous information.
  • proactive manner with a passion for cooperative working in a conservation environment.

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