07 3286 7788

Senior Ecologist

Location: Redland City, South-east Queensland

Biodiversity Assessment and Management Pty Ltd (BAAM)
is one of Queensland’s leading specailist ecological
consultancies. Based in Cleveland 30 km south east of
Brisbane, BAAM has delivered over 1700 individual projects
since 2003 for clients in all sectors including Local, State
and Commonwealth governments, mining, gas,
infrastructure, industry, urban development and conservation.
We are looking to employ a full time Senior Ecologist with
high level ecological skills to complement our team. To be
considered for this position you must have a MSc or PhD
in ecology or a closely related field, or undergraduate
qualifications with at least seven years ecological consulting
It is imperative that you have strong field skills in zoology
and/or botany, with well-developed technical writing abilities.
Zoologists will need to be able to survey all vertebrate fauna
groups, and have an ability to assess habitat for its value to
fauna, especially conservation significant fauna. Botanists
will need strong plant identification skills that can be applied
across a range of bioregions. Familiarity with the field
assessment and survey techniques that are applied to
accurately describe and map regional ecosystems and
measure habitat condition will be well-regarded. All
applicants will be expected to have excellent written and
verbal communication skills.
BAAM works predominantly in Queensland, therefore
applicants with field skills based in other regions will need
to demonstrate an ability to quickly transfer their skills.
Although not essential as mentoring will be provided, applied
experience with the workings of Queensland environmental
legislation would be an advantage.
Flexible working arrangements (part-time, occasional
work from home, study leave, etc) will be considered.

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Please address your application to:

Paulette Jones: paulette@baamecology.com.

Applications close on 18 June 2021.