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Sunday, October 31, 2010

Australia: Marine Wildlife Report Writer (Office) and Marine Wildlife Observer (Field)

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Gardline Marine Sciences PTY Ltd are part of the worldwide Gardline Group of companies and firmly established in Perth, Western Australia to provide a wide variety of survey and consultancy services to the Australasian market. Due to developments in our environmental business, we are seeking to add local, specialised and talented individuals to our project management team.

As the Marine Wildlife Project Manager, you will have the attitude and ability to take on the range of challenges associated with this role, from the marketing of our company and its capabilities, to the final delivery of reports to the customer. You will also be responsible for organising the agreed resources to perform the survey and managing the persons engaged to work on each project.

You will be required to liaise with all relevant departments both in Australia and in the UK building effective working relationships and leading communications regarding the assessment, preparation and submission of tenders. Occasionally, you may also be required to perform survey duties.

Once a project is awarded, you will co-ordinate and manage projects, working closely with the field staff making sure they are able to deliver and are aware of the specific survey requirements. You will also ensure all reporting, financial, contractual, quality and HSE specifications are met, as well as any other obligations that are agreed. These must be in accordance with the Company’s HSSE and QA standards.

The ideal candidate will have previous experience in the marine wildlife industry, specifically knowledge and experience of marine mammals and underwater acoustics. You will have been involved with, or participated significantly on projects in the office or in the field. You must have excellent written and verbal communication skills and be able to work to tight deadlines.

You will also have the ability to lead and deliver tasks and projects from implementation to completion, maintaining communications with all relevant parties involved. Ideally you will have a degree in a marine science related subject, strong IT skills and an organised, methodical approach to administration. A Management or Business qualification would also be advantageous.

Interviews will be held at our offices in Perth, WA, in November and December. All candidates will be contacted via e-mail. Roles will be immediately available.

Please note: You do not have to be an Australian Citizen, but all candidates MUST be eligible to live and work in Australia on a permanent basis and hold any relevant visas.

To apply for this opportunity, please apply by CV and covering letter to Allan Tucker, Group Recruitment Officer at recruitment@gardline.com

Closing date: 10th November 2010
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