Job Qualification Possible job/career expectations
Trainee Field Officer Certificate I in Conservation and Land Management This level is usually the beginning of a career in the land, parks and wildlife management sector. Work undertaken would usually involve working under direct supervision and could include: operating basic equipment; assisting with routine maintenance; support conservation work.
Field Officer Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management At this level the employee is likely to be involved in a wide range of tasks under limited supervision. Tasks could include: operating vehicles in off-road conditions; carry out revegetation works; maintain properties and structures; treat pests and weeds; operate in isolated and remote situations.
Senior Field Officer Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management A skilled worker would be working at this level who has responsibility for a number of workers and varied land, parks and wildlife management activities including: maintaining natural resource area; providing information to clients; supervising park visitor activities; respond to wildlife emergencies and park rescue incidents.
Field Supervisor Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management At this level a person is likely to have significant responsibilities in supervising land, parks and wildlife management activities including: supervision of machinery maintenance; supervision of natural area restoration works; inspection and monitoring of cultural places; sourcing goods and services and evaluating contractors; liaising with media.
Ranger/Senior Ranger Diploma of Conservation and Land Management At the Diploma level the person is likely to have significant responsibilities in managing lands, parks and wildlife management activities including: preparing budgets and financial plans; manage bushland restoration programs; managing parks and reserves; manage fauna populations, recruit, select and induct staff.
District Ranger Advanced Diploma of Conservation and Land Management At this level a person would have responsibility for ensuring that land, parks and wildlife management activities are successfully managed. Responsibilities may include: manage environmental management systems; manage employee relations; monitor projects in a program; review management plans and strategies.