GIS and Database Officer, Private Land Conservation Program (708703)

  • Tasmania Government
  • Australia, Tas
  • Jul 21, 2021
Technology Flexible - Fixed Term

Job Description:

DPIPWE is committed to investing in its people to ensure a sustainable and successful organisation through a positive workplace culture and highly capable employees. We are a diverse and inclusive workplace and understand the importance of flexible working arrangements. Talk to us about what flexibility could look like for you.

Hours per fortnight

73.50 (minimum 58.80 hours, by negotiation)

Period of Appointment

For 12 months


The purpose of the role is to provide a range of Geographic Information System (GIS) and Microsoft Access and relational database skills and advice to capture, store, manipulate, analyse, manage and present spatial information that supports the business needs of the Natural & Cultural Heritage Division and in particular the Private Land Conservation Program (PLCP). A key component of the role is to investigate, identify options for, and advise on, a contemporary information management system that is able to meet the changing needs of the Program.

Desirable Requirements

Download the Statement of Duties and any Associated Documents

(image) 708703 - GIS Database Officer.docx

(image) 708703 - GIS Database Officer.pdf

(image) Advice to Applicants.docx

(image) Advice to Applicants.pdf

How to apply

To apply, please provide a Short Form Application which is a 1-2 page covering letter outlining your experience, skills and knowledge as they relate to the Statement of Duties, and a copy of your current Resumé/CV.

Please note that we do not require a separate statement addressing the selection criteria.

Please apply online by clicking the blue "Apply Now" button.

Refer to the 'Advice to Applicants' document for further information.

If you are unable to submit your application online, please contact Recruitment on (03) 6165 3209.

For more information on the position please contact:

Anthony Mann
Team Leader, Private Land Conservation Program
[email protected]
0409 737 385