Job Qualification Possible job/career expectations
Entry Level Certificate I in Conservation and Land Management This level is usually the beginning of a career in the indigenous land and seas management sector. Work undertaken would usually involve working under direct supervision and could include: operate basic equipment; assist with routine maintenance; support conservation work.
Assistant 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: harvest, extract and store seed; carry out revegetation work; operate plant and equipment; maintain cultural places; work as a guide.
Technician 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 indigenous land and sea management activities including: maintain natural resource areas; provide information on cultural knowledge; work in an indigenous community or organization; interpret aspects of indigenous culture.
Supervisor Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management At this level a person is likely to have significant responsibilities in supervising indigenous land and sea management activities including: implement land and seas management practices; promote community programs; plan and develop interpretive services; protect places of cultural significance; coordinate a project.
Manager/Consultant Diploma of Conservation and Land Management At the Diploma level the person is likely to have significant responsibilities in managing indigenous land and sea management activities including: develop and implement community programs; develop conservation strategies for cultural resources; devise and conduct community consultation; implement plans of management.
Business Manager Advanced Diploma of Conservation and Land Management At this level a person would have responsibility for ensuring that indigenous land and sea management activities are successfully managed. Responsibilities may include: promote the business; map regional issues and stakeholders; monitor projects; manage policy implementation; manage cultural processes in an indigenous organisation.