Biodiversity Project Officer Outcomes
KEY ACTIVITIES RESULT ACHIEVED
Project Implementation Contributes to the development of improved
administrative procedures and processes for the
Assists in the implementation Conservation Covenant process.
and administration of complex Assists field staff with report writing and the writing of
projects project case studies and events.
Monitors project progress and Operates Wheatbelt NRM project management systems
assists with preparation of to review and document project delivery.
progress briefing. Contract reporting achieved with a majority of
Assists with the production of milestones met on time and to budget
reports and recommendations Takes action on issues and risks affecting achievement
based on project outcomes. of targets.
Participates in the community Cooperation with partners and networks to achieve
capacity building, deadlines.
Project evaluations show acceptable levels of
satisfaction from project partners and community
Planned program and project meetings conducted.
Is competent with the use and interpretation of GIS and
Communication and Interpersonal Community groups are engaged and participating
Skills Landholders are engaged and participating
Improved access to information in the community
Community engagement Improved knowledge and skills in the community
Provides access to technical Confidently consults and liaises with farmers through
support the conservation covenant process.
Assists with project promotional Travels, in some cases significant distances, to reach
material development farms in remote areas as part of the contract
Information Management Monitors progress, the implementation and evaluation
of outcomes of project/s prepares progress briefing and
Data management (spatial and provides options to the Supervisor to ensure that
non-spatial) using relevant performance indicators and milestones are met.
software (eg Microsoft Office, Provides recommendations that identify solutions and
ArcGIS etc) opportunities for improvement.
Ensures compliance with a number of legislative,
constitutional and contractual obligations.
Information collected to manage on ground works
Information managed through spatial data base
Data used to promote project and inform works plan
Information used to identify project progress
Personal Integrity Advocacy Equity Applies relevant safety procedures/guidelines and equal
and Ethical behaviour opportunity principles to performance of work.
Applies the guidelines and principles of the Wheatbelt
Exemplify leadership in the NRM Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct.
workplace through Shares knowledge and experience with other Wheatbelt
demonstrating a team ethic and NRM staff and others less experienced through coaching
appropriate representation of and development.
the organisation Performs other duties as required.
Demonstrates and manages a high level of ethical