Careers and Volunteering

Current Opportunities with Watergum

We are currently hiring! Please see below all the current opportunities to join our committee and executive team.

Committee Secretary (volunteer position)


We are looking for an enthusiastic individual who is keen to assist our committee in a secretary role. Committee meetings are quarterly.

Please submit your application to info@watergum.org (Cover letter and Resume)


Position Description

Invasive Species Project Officer (full-time position)


We are looking for an Invasive Species Project Officer to help lead our invasive species programs and assist us in rolling out our cane toad products

Please submit your application to info@watergum.org (Cover letter and Resume)


Position Description

Invasive Species Support Officer (full-time position)


We are looking for an Invasive Species Support Officer to assist in delivering our invasive species program, in particular cane toads.

Please submit your application to info@watergum.org (Cover letter and Resume)


Position Description

Marketing and Communications Officer (part-time position)


We are looking for a comms wiz who is keen to help us spread awareness on our environmental programs and support cane toad product sales

Please submit your application to info@watergum.org (Cover letter, Resume and Graphic Design examples)


Position Description

Volunteering with Watergum

The role of volunteers in the environmental sector is critical and Watergum aims to guide this dedicated army into meaningful work that ultimately serves to restore and monitor the natural environment for the benefit of native species.

Benefits to our Volunteers

Watergum volunteers are matched to activities that best suit their interests and will have the opportunity to learn from professionals and improve their skills. Watergum is the umbrella group for other local environmental (un-incorporated) groups and our volunteers benefit from our rich network of contacts. Volunteer progress and achievements are recorded and Watergum will support volunteers to achieve their personal and professional goals.

How do volunteers benefit Watergum?

Volunteers are vital to Watergum’s very existence with our role being to unite the volunteer army and bring them together to achieve bigger outcomes. We do this through acquisition of education, training and skills. Watergum has different types of volunteers, designed to make the most of the volunteers existing skills, needs and time availability.

For more information or to enquire about our current volunteer opportunities, please email us on info@watergum.org