Established in 1996 to protect the Fitzroy River, we now work across the region to provide a strong voice in support of responsible development that is locally based and compatible with the qualities and values of this special part of the world.
Working in partnership with communities, landholders and land managers, especially Aboriginal Traditional Owners and their ranger groups, we work to tackle local challenges through scientific research, monitoring, and community-based planning and management.
We advocate for environmental protection while working collaboratively on the ground tackling threats increasing community capacity to deal with them.
Environs Kimberley embraces flexible, family-friendly workplace arrangements that allow our staff to have a healthy work-life balance. The Environs Kimberley community is welcoming and supportive and we value our happy and inclusive workplace culture.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
Community Organiser – Frack Free Kimberley
Work with us — immerse yourself in nature and experience the world's oldest living culture in the Kimberley. It's a rare and magical place, in serious need of protection. We've been working for the past 25 years to make sure the rivers, wetlands, gorges, coast and tropical savannah remain intact.
We’re seeking a passionate community organiser who will work with us to support regional communities to protect land, water and air from the oil and gas industry. You’ll be organising events and recruiting and training volunteers. You’ll be working with campaigners in Broome and across the Kimberley to achieve real action to stop the climate crisis.
More information about the role can be found here: Community Organiser - Frack Free Kimberley Position Description and Selection Criteria
This is ideally a full-time role; however, part-time may be possible by negotiation. The position is based in Broome on an initial 12-month employment contract with the possibility of extension. A willingness to travel around the region and flexibility to work evenings/weekends as needed is required.
Closing date: Sunday 26 November 2023
Please note that we accept internships in environmental science and advocacy all year round and have many volunteer opportunities.