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Position Vacant – Coastal Project Coordinator – City of Cockburn, WA

Applications Close: 29/10/2012 5:00 PM
Location: Spearwood – Administration
Work Type: Part Time – Fixed Term
COASTAL PROJECT COORDINATOR
Part Time (12 Month Contract)
The City of Cockburn, on behalf of the Cockburn Sound Coastal Alliance (CSCA), is seeking a suitably qualified and experienced person to work with the Alliance. The Coastal Project Co-ordinator will have the primary role of coordinating […]

By |October 12th, 2012|Events, Jobs, WA Chapter|Comments Off|

Position Vacant – Program Manager, South West Catchments Council , WA

South West of Western Australia

The South West Catchments Council is seeking the following talented, high performing, professional and experienced staff to join our dynamic Natural Resource Management team to support the delivery of Caring for our Country in the South West Region.

Program Manager
Location: Mandurah or Bridgetown – Salary Range $69,088 – $77,854 plus super

This […]

By |May 29th, 2012|Events, Jobs, WA Chapter|Comments Off|

Position vacant – Assistant Professor Physical Geography (Coastal Processes) University of Western Australia

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR  (REF: 3846) PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY (COASTAL PROCESSES)
SCHOOL OF EARTH AND ENVIRONMENT

4 year appointment

Salary range:  Level B $81,400 – $96,663 p.a.
Closing date:  Friday, 17 February 2012

The University of Western Australia is one of Australia’s strongest research-intensive universities and has among the highest undergraduate entrance requirements. The School of Earth and Environment has a vigorous […]

By |January 25th, 2012|Events, Jobs, WA Chapter|Comments Off|

Position vacant – Park Services Coordinator, Rottnest Island Authority WA

Park Services Coordinator – Rottnest Island Authority
Full Time Permanent Level 6
Rottnest Island (Commuting) Location
PSGOGA $84,557-$93,633 per annum.JOB DESCRIPTION: 

Rottnest Island is Western Australia’s (WA) premier island getaway, located just off the coast of Perth. As a ‘Class A’ reserve, managed by the Rottnest Island Authority, the island boasts unique animal and plant life, as […]

By |November 14th, 2011|Events, Jobs, WA Chapter|Comments Off|

Position vacant – Coastcare Facilitator – Broome preferred (Port Hedland, Karratha or Carnarvon considered), Western Australia

Advertiser: Rangelands NRM WA

Location: Broome preferred (Port Hedland, Karratha or Carnarvon considered), Western Australia

Salary/Conditions: Salary range: $77,679 to $86,017 (including allowances); fixed-term contract to 30/06/2013

The position will provide on-ground assistance and guidance to coastal managers, community groups, individuals and volunteers to increase participation, awareness and a general understanding […]

By |June 23rd, 2011|Events, Jobs, WA Chapter|Comments Off|

Rising Sea Levels To Hit WA Suburbs, Beaches, Parks – WA Today

WA beaches, parks, to ‘disappear’ by 2100

Courtney Trenwith May 24, 2011

The Kwinana Freeway and Perth’s riverside roads will flood every two weeks and parks and beaches including Cottesloe will disappear by 2100, according to sea-level rise predictions released by the federal government’s Climate Commissioner yesterday.

The commission’s report The Critical Decade has found sea levels […]

By |May 25th, 2011|Latest news, News|Comments Off|

Forums increase climate change awareness – ABC News

The Northern Agricultural Catchments Council (WA) says its series of seminars on climate change in coastal areas have been overwhelmingly popular with the Geraldton community.

The seminars explore how climate change will affect future development in coastal communities. The third seminar will be in May.

The council’s Ashley Robb says the information sessions are greatly improving […]

By |April 29th, 2011|Latest news, News|Comments Off|

Shires unite for climate change challenge – ABC News

Bunbury has formed a partnership with neighbouring local governments to address climate change, after it was identified as one of the most vulnerable coastal areas in the nation.

Bunbury, Mandurah and Rockingham, as well as the shires of Busselton, Capel, Dardanup, Harvey, Murray and Waroona, have pledged to work together to respond to the challenges […]

By |March 29th, 2011|Latest news, News|Comments Off|

Communities urged to plan for rising sea levels

Communities urged to plan for rising sea levels – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation).
The Northern Agricultural Catchments Council is hosting a series of seminars in Geraldton to discuss how coastal communities can prepare for the impact of rising sea levels.
The forums, which start next week, are designed to inform communities on […]

By |February 23rd, 2011|Latest news, News|Comments Off|

WA Chapter update

The first meeting of the WA members of ACS was held in March 2010, with 8 attendees. It was agreed that the number of WA ACS members was insufficient to form a formal chapter, but that we would meet regularly to discuss issues and set in place a strategy to increase […]

By |January 21st, 2011|WA Chapter|Comments Off|