Cultural Heritage Coordinator
Cultural Heritage Coordinators (Cultural Heritage & Native Title) provide high level specialist advice on cultural heritage and native title policy, methodologies and standards both within and external to the employer. You will also manage and implement cultural heritage and native title processes and procedures for input into the delivery of the project.
Personal requirements of a Cultural Heritage Coordinator may include:
- Excellent written and verbal communications skills
- Excellent computer skills
- Willingness to travel to various locations
Cultural Heritage Coordinators may complete the following tasks:
- Identification, assessment, management and interpretation of cultural heritage items, objects and places (Aboriginal, natural and historic);
- Fully qualified Heritage Advisors as required under the Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006.
- Production and use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) relational databases for cultural, environmental and land management tasks;
- Project management of complex heritage, native title, and environmental survey, assessment, and resource management programs for government and corporate clients.
This job usually requires the completion of a tertiary degree in Environmental Science plus a relevant number of year’s on-the-job experience. Entry requirements may vary but most employers require Year 10 and some may prefer Year 12.