Kakadu National Park looks for park manager

Kakadu National Park is looking for a new park manager.
Kakadu National Park is looking for a new park manager.

Looking for a career change? Don’t know where to go or what to do next? Have you ever thought of chief croc wrangler? 

A position for park manager at Kakdu National Park has come up for grabs.

This is the top job and it’s not for the faint-hearted. You’ll run a complex business, a World-Heritage listed landscape of some 20,000 square kilometres and play host to the world as it arrives on your front doorstep.

Kakadu National Park has been home to Bininj/Mungguy for thousands of years and is a place of enormous cultural significance and ecological and biological diversity.

You’ll work side-by-side with Kakadu’s Aboriginal Traditional owners to understand and work towards their vision.

Along with backdrops of waterfalls and vistas of the vast Australian outback. 

You’ll be responsible for managing a team of up to 75 staff.

Beautiful backdrops, flora, fauna and vistas is presented to employees and visitors.

Beautiful backdrops, flora, fauna and vistas is presented to employees and visitors.

You’ll liaise with people from all walks of life, manage our day-to-day operations, bring in the cash and get us five star reviews on Trip Advisor.

You’ll use every lesson you’ve learnt, every skerrick of drive and every ounce of experience you have.

Think Game of Thrones. You’re a Stark, you’re warden of the north (though winter never comes).

Kakadu is the jewel in the crown of Australia's tourism industry and when you’re standing in it, it’s not hard to see why.

With the Ranger uranium mine set to close in 2021, the community is at a turning point.

So go to Seek or Australian Public Service jobs, search Kakadu Park Manager, and apply today. 

You could be part of a team that manages crocodiles in the Kakadu National Park.

You could be part of a team that manages crocodiles in the Kakadu National Park.