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Executive Support Officer/Project Coordinator – EGLN (0.8 FTE – 2 Year Fixed Term)

The East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority (the Authority) is looking for a suitably qualified and/or experienced person to provide support to the East Gippsland Landcare Network (EGLN) Executive together with coordination and management of projects on behalf of EGLN, under the direction of the Authority’s Project Team Leader.

Included in the role is supporting the EGLN Executive in fulfilling its responsibilities in administering the EGLN including strategic and financial responsibilities, funding submissions, reporting obligations and communications and engagement.

This position will be located within the Authority’s Program Unit, reporting to the Authority’s Project Team Leader and will be based in Bairnsdale. Flexible working arrangements will be considered.  The role requires attending some evening meetings and weekend events.

The salary, dependent upon qualifications and experience, will be in accordance with the Authority’s Salary Classification and Banding Rates band 3 , ranging between classifications F - I (currently $74,203 to $79,632 gross per annum) plus employer superannuation at 9.5%.

A position description for each role is available by clicking here. For further information in respect of the position please contact Emma Filtness, Project Team Leader on 5150 3580.

Applications must include a cover letter, separately addressed key selection criteria as outlined in the position description and a curriculum vitae.

Applications close at 5pm on Wednesday 30th May 2018 and should be addressed to:


Private and Confidential
Executive Support Officer - Project Coordinator – EGLN role
East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority
PO Box 1012
Bairnsdale   Vic   3875

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Applications that do not address the key selection criteria will not be considered for interview and late applications will not be accepted.

The Authority is an Equal Opportunity employer that strives to provide a workplace and work practices that embrace, reflect and promote the diversity of our community. The Authority supports Aboriginal inclusion, gender equality, domestic and family violence support, women in leadership, and male champions of change.


Graeme Dear
Chief Executive Officer