MEMBERS SOUGHT FOR GEOCATCH BOARD
Are you interested in using your knowledge to help improve the health of waterways and environment in the Geographe Bay Catchment?
GeoCatch is seeking expressions of interest from residents in the Geographe Bay Catchment. The Catchment lies within the South West Boojarah and Gnaala Karla Booja indigenous land use agreement areas.
GeoCatch is committed to achieving a diverse board membership and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
GeoCatch has been coordinating local sustainable land and water management programs for over 22 years. Activities are directed by a community-based council that meets up to six times a year.
Sitting fees are paid to eligible community members and travel costs, based on under Public Sector guidelines, are also reimbursed. Meetings are held on the last Thursday of the relevant month between 9:00am -12.30pm. New appointments will have a term of up to four years.
Download our 2020 GeoCatch information for applicants and application pack for information on our current board member positions and community selection process. Alternatively, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a Word copy of the document.
There are currently no staff vacancies.