About Us

We work on invasive species issues across Australia. If you have a passion for protecting our native plants and animals get in touch.

About Us  |  Jobs

Jobs

We have recently received a capacity building grant and we are expanding our operations. This is a unique opportunity to work for the Invasive Species Council to help tackle one of nature’s biggest threats.

This is an exciting opportunity for a talented communications manager with 5-7 years plus experience in a senior digital marketing role to help support the growth of a dynamic national environmental organisation tackling one of the greatest threats to biodiversity – invasive species.

Closing date: ASAP

Position: Communications Manager
Reports to: Director of Marketing and Development
Reports: Senior Communications Officer, Marketing Officer, Designer
Basis: Full time or part time (4-5 days per week) depending on experience
Location: Remote home or shared office. Applicants close to Canberra/Sydney/ Melbourne/Brisbane/Katoomba are encouraged to apply.
Duration: Three-year contract, extension possible
Salary range: $90,000-$110,000 pro rata plus super, depending on skills and experience

This is an exciting opportunity for a skilled communicator with 4 to 5 years plus experience in a communications and content development role to help support the growth of a dynamic national environmental organisation tackling one of the greatest threats to biodiversity – invasive species.

Closing date: ASAP

Position: Senior Communications Officer
Reports to: Communications Manager
Basis: Full time
Location: Remote home or shared office. Applicants close to Canberra/Sydney/ Melbourne/Brisbane/Katoomba are encouraged to apply
Duration: Three-year contract, extension possible
Salary range: $85,000-$92,000 plus super, depending on skills and experience

This challenging position will develop and deliver advocacy and outreach activities, initially focused on containing and controlling hard-hoofed invasive species in eastern Australia, notably feral deer and feral horses.

Closing Date: 11:59 PM AEST, 5th June 2022

Position: Conservation Campaigner
Reports to: Conservation Director
Basis: Full time
Location: Remote home or shared office. Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, Katoomba area. Other locations within easy travel of these locations will be considered.
Duration: Two-year contract, extension possible
Salary range: $80,000-92,000 plus super, depending on skills and experience

Do you have a passion for citizen science, analytical skills and experience in project management? Are you inspired to contribute to a project focused on building awareness for environmental biosecurity through the use of Citizen Science?

Closing Date: 11:59 PM AEST, 3rd July 2022

Position: Citizen Science Project Officer
Reports to: Conservation Director
Basis: Full time
Location: Flexible – work from home (Proximity to Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne or Katoomba is desirable but not necessary).
Duration: Two-year contract, extension possible
Salary range: $85,600 plus super

Volunteer Positions

There are no volunteer roles open at this time. However, if you are in the Townsville area, please get in touch with our Townsville Yellow Crazy Ant Community Taskforce here to help tackle one of the world’s worst invasive species.

This role is ideal for someone meticulous and detail oriented who is looking for industry experience or just to contribute to an amazing project. The chosen volunteer will help search for information and compile data essential for our ground-breaking state of environmental biosecurity report.

Closing Date: ASAP
Position: Volunteer Research Assistant
Reports to: Carol Booth, Principal Policy Analyst
Time commitment: 1-2 days per week equivalent (with a preference for 2
days)
Location: Anywhere, remote work from home
Duration: 3 months
Remuneration: None. This is an unpaid volunteer role.