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We’re Hiring – Farm Technical Liaison Officer

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Do you have the skills to support farmers as they transition to become Bee Friendly Farming® CERTIFIED? We’re looking for someone who is experienced in undertaking farm field work in production agriculture to join our team. This is a casual position requiring about 1 day per week working from home.

Key Responsibilities for this role are to:

Activity 1 Review and Assess Bee Friendly Farming CERTIFIED Applications and where necessary:

  • Liaise with applicants and seek clarification about their applications
  • Liaise with Bee Friendly Taskforce staff in Australia and USA
  • Refer technical queries to the Australian Scientific Taskforce for their review/determination

Activity 2 Provide technical support to land managers.

  • Identify landholder goals and aspirations in relation to BFF
  • Explain BFF guidelines and standards
  • Support landholders by providing technical advice relating to (for example)
  • Planting options to achieve the minimum 3% floral resource
  • Habitat creation, restoration and management
  • Integrated Pest Management  
  • Measuring success

Activity 3. Manage the Bee Friendly Farming database and records

  • File records systematically, confidentially and in a timely manner
  • Comply with data management best practices to ensure the security and integrity of the data is maintained 

To request a full position description email info@beefriendlyfarming.org.au 

Applications close 5pm Fri. 27th August.

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