Exmouth Gulf Taskforce seeks community representation

Are you interested in the conservation and management of the Exmouth Gulf and its surrounds?

The Minister for Environment; Climate Action, Hon Reece Whitby MLA, is seeking expressions of interest for two community representatives for the new Exmouth Gulf Taskforce.

The Taskforce will be responsible for sharing knowledge, monitoring and reporting, ensuring the Traditional Owners are considered partners in conservation, planning and management decisions, providing input on statutory planning and environmental assessment processes, addressing knowledge gaps, and considering the implications of climate change. The Taskforce is to consist of representatives from the Traditional Owners; local community; industry; Federal, State and local government; conservation groups; and Exmouth Gulf users. Each has a vital voice in helping to preserve the region’s unique environmental, cultural and social values.

The appointment will be for a period of up to three years. The duties of Taskforce members will be performed on a part-time basis.

Expressions of interest should be submitted by 6 July 2022 and include a curriculum vitae of qualifications and experience relevant to this position (no more than two pages). 

The Taskforce is committed to broad community representation and strongly encourages applications from individuals with an interest in the environmental management of the Exmouth Gulf and its surrounds.

Expressions of interest should be marked
and forwarded to:
Coordinator, Exmouth Gulf Taskforce
Locked Bag 10, JOONDALUP DC WA 6919

For further information, please contact the Coordinator of the Exmouth Gulf Taskforce at exmouthtaskforce@dwer.wa.gov.au

Nominations close 5.00pm Wednesday 6 July, 2022.

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