Our Latest News

Strong interest on Next Iconic Walk

17/10/2018

The period to submit proposals for Tasmania's next world-class walking experience will be extended due to massive interest from across the State.More

Parks and Wildlife Service in tourism awards

15/10/2018

Two key Parks and Wildlife Service enterprises have been listed as finalists in this year's Tasmanian Tourism Awards.More

Tasmania's Next Iconic Walk

28/09/2018

The call is out to find Tasmania's next world-class walking experience.More

Employment Opportunities

Working with the Parks and Wildlife Service

The Parks and Wildlife Service employs a diverse range of people with skills across a wide range of professions.

As with all State Service jobs, vacant positions within the Parks and Wildlife Service are advertised in the major Tasmanian newspapers (and where appropriate, national newspapers), the Tasmanian State Government Gazette and on the Jobs Tasmania website at www.jobs.tas.gov.au.

How to Apply

Across the State Service, employment decisions are based on merit.  As a merit selection process is undertaken to fill each position, it will be necessary for you to apply for any position you are interested in by addressing the relevant selection criteria for that position.

The Career Centre at www.jobs.tas.gov.au offers useful advice applying for positions within the State Service.

Vocational education and training for Tasmanian School Students

Vocational education and training (VET) courses provided by Tasmanian colleges in Grade 11/12 is supplemented by work experience, generally one day per week for ten weeks. Students should seek their VET teachers' assistance in contacting Parks and Wildlife Field Offices to find what opportunties may be available in their area.

Careers in the Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service - Student Information

If you are currently in high school or college and wish to consider a career with the Parks and Wildlife Service, our information on Careers with the Service will help you to consider which courses to take and what kinds of jobs are carried out by Parks and Wildlife staff. You will discover that Rangers form just a part of the broad range of possible jobs within the Parks and Wildlife Service.

Community Partnerships and Volunteer Opportunities

The Parks and Wildlife Service is involved in a broad range of community partnerships with independent conservation groups such as Landcare, Coastcare, Bushcare, Wildcare and Friends groups. For information on the opportunities these partnerships provide, see our web pages on Volunteering and Community Partnerships with the Parks and Wildlife Service.

WildCare Inc

WildCare Inc is the incorporated community partner organisation that provides management and support for volunteers working in natural and cultural heritage conservation and reserve management. Visit the WILDCARE INC web site for full details of the programs run by WildCare.