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El 1 - Environment And Training Area Manager - Army

Department of Defence - Russell, ACT

Government, Defence & Emergency
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  • $103,994 - $117,305 (plus super)
  • Russell - ACT
The Role
The Environment and Training Area Manager (ETAM-A) will represent Army’s interests in relation to strategic training area and environmental management.

The ETAM –A will:
  • Ensure that Army’s environmental and heritage values of the Defence estate are known, respected and protected, integrated into the planning process.
  • Support the integration of partner and coalition force strategic estate requirements into Army’s overarching estate and infrastructure vision.
  • Contribute to the estate and infrastructure vision for the Land Training Environment as an enabling capability
  • Apply adaptive management principles to encourage variability, sustainability and flexibility of training and the Land Training Environment.
  • Influence resource allocation and project design to align with Army’s current and future training objectives.
  • Support Commanders to achieve their training and capability objectives and to adopt alternate and innovative options within the existing governance framework
  • Lead and develop and small team
About our Team
As principal operator in the land domain, Army is a leader in sustainable environmental management to support the Defence mission to defend Australia and its national interests. Force Generation requirements are becoming increasingly complex due to rapid rates of strategic and technological change, rates of investment and environmental changes. The Directorate of Enabling Support-Army (DES-A) is responsible for the provision of specialist and expert advice to senior leadership on current and modernised training, capability and estate management requirements to prepare land forces and ensure that Army is ready now and future ready. DES-A is a key enabler of the Chief of Army’s design for the objective and future force and is Army’s advocate on estate and infrastructure requirements to deliver projects and programs that are sustainable, resilient and fit for purpose. DES-A is the primary point of contact and liaison with Estate and Infrastructure Group (E&IG) for Army on Defence estate and infrastructure matters, providing SME advice to both internal and external stakeholders across the four key domains of the Defence Estate: Training Areas (TA), environment management and stewardship, base infrastructure and base support.

DES-A supports Army senior leadership to make the right decisions for the most effective and efficient allocation of Army equities, and supports the integration of partner and coalition force strategic estate requirements into Army’s overarching estate and infrastructure vision. As a leader in sustainable environment management, DES-A supports Army’s commitment to ensuring that its environmental management policies complement rather than conflict with training objectives through implementation of the Land Activities Environmental Management Plan (LAEMP).

Our Ideal Candidate
The ideal candidate will have a good knowledge of, or ability to quickly learn:
  • Defence’s environmental planning and management arrangements
  • E&IG infrastructure delivery, management and base support arrangements.
  • Principles underpinning enterprise and strategic management (corporate governance and risk management).
  • The Capability and Estate Life Cycle and Army Program structure.
  • Defence financial management and finance processes.
  • Army’s current and proposed capability requirements, and field training approach.
It is essential that the candidate possesses a mature and developed approach to broad stakeholder and interpersonal relationships.

Department of Defence

Russell, ACT

Government, Defence & Emergency


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