Regional Communications Officer  


Applications for this position closed on Tuesday, 31 October 2017. If you require information relevant to an application lodged, please contact Donna Hurley on ph: 07 4637 6288, mobile: 0427 749 436, or email:

Landcare NRM Officer

Roma or negotiable within the Maranoa-Balonne Catchment

We are seeking a motivated and enthusiastic individual interested in working with primary producers, all levels of government, research and extension organisations and the wider community of South West Queensland.  You will be part of vibrant team working with these groups to promote sustainability and enhance the natural assets of the Queensland Murray-Darling Basin.  

The position is located in the Maranoa-Balonne district based in Roma or negotiable (within the catchment).

We want you to join us if you love: working with a diverse team, delivering on-ground results, working with community groups and coordinating training and field events.  It also helps if you don’t mind the odd team-building, morning tea, attending regional events and travelling to meet stakeholder groups in person.

This position can be suited to a graduate should they possess the required attributes.

Closing date for submission of applications is COB, Monday 6th November, 2017.

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If you require more information, please contact QMDC Regional Landcare Facilitator Matt Brown on 07 4637 6200 or 0428 710 690.




Upcoming Events

Livestock Nutrition and Feeding

21 December 2017

Are you getting ‘bang for your buck’ when it comes to feeding? Do you know your stock’s nutritional requirements? QMDC and Murilla Landcare invite you to a workshop to help you evaluate feed options…  + read more

QMDC offices close for Christmas and New Year

25 December 2017

Our team will take holidays for the Christmas and New Year period, returning to work on Tuesday, 2 January 2018.  Please email with any enquiries…  + read more

28th Vertebrate Pest Conference

26 February 2018

Registration is open for the 28th Vertebrate Pest Conference in Rohnert Park, California.  Visit the website here + read more