TITLE: PROJECT COORDINATOR, OPERATION CLEAN SWEEP®
LOCATION: GREATER SYDNEY AREA, AUSTRALIA.
PART TIME (APPROX. 4 DAYS PER WEEK)
Tangaroa Blue Foundation is an Australia-wide not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the removal and prevention of marine debris: one of the major environmental issues worldwide. We do this by removing what’s already out there, stopping the flow of litter into the ocean and reducing the amount of waste produced.
Operation Clean Sweep® (OCS) is an international program designed to prevent and help keep plastic litter materials out of the marine environment.
The OCS Project Coordinator’s role is to:
- Support the CEO in the successful delivery of TBF projects and the roll out and expansion of OCS within NSW.
- Provide expertise and knowledge associated with the Australian Marine Debris Initiative® (AMDI) data collection and entry.
- Provide on-the-ground support, problem-solving and solutions.
About the role
- Support the organisation, delivery and reporting of project activities under the direction of the CEO, including periodic monitoring activities, engagement events and educational activities/workshops.
- Effectively communicate activity status and submit all required documentation to the Project Manager for reporting.
- Collaborate with project partners and volunteers to deliver activity outcomes in a respectful and professional manner.
- Document and follow action items from meetings.
- Prepare necessary presentation material for activities.
- Experience in supporting and delivering on-ground projects, including monitoring activities and volunteer coordination.
- Experience in, or demonstrated understanding, of the plastics industry and supply chain.
- Experience in, or demonstrated understanding, of compliance and knowledge of current NSW environmental legislation regarding water pollution, litter, and contaminated land.
- Experience in, or demonstrated understanding, of local and state government protocols and communication and approval methods.
- The ability to travel intrastate.
- Current workplace approved First Aid and CPR Certificate.
- Current Blue Card or Working with Children Check.
- Computer literacy in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Email and Internet.
- Demonstrated knowledge and application of the ISO standards appropriate to this line of work.
- Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.
While not necessary, applicants with public speaking, data collection and reporting or knowledge of and experience in working with culturally diverse groups will be highly regarded.
How to apply:
Send your cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.
Date published: 16-May-2023
Closing date: 30-May-2023