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Careers at the Conservation Regulator

A career with the Conservation Regulator means working to help protect the natural and heritage elements of our land for future generations to enjoy, as well as building environmentally responsible and sustainable Victorian communities

Why work for the Conservation Regulator

There are many benefits to joining the Conservation Regulator including:

  • structured career progression and professional development opportunities
  • a wide range of flexible working arrangements
  • equal opportunity and fair employment, with a commitment to diversity.

Explore a compelling future with the Conservation Regulator by browsing open opportunities through the Careers Vic website.

Any open Conservation Regulator roles will be displayed under the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning organisational opportunities – simply search 'Conservation Regulator'.

Explore current opportunities with the Conservation Regulator

Types of roles

There are many career options at the Conservation Regulator, both in the office and out in the field, including:

  • forest and wildlife officers
  • intelligence and data analysis
  • media, communications and engagement
  • regulatory strategy and guidance
  • capability and training
  • business administration and support.

Learn more about becoming a Forest and Wildlife Officer

Our commitment to diversity, inclusion and a supportive workplace culture

The Conservation Regulator is committed to building a workforce that's diverse and inclusive, reflecting the principals of equal opportunity and inclusion for all.

We welcome applicants of any: ability, including people with disability, age, cultural background, gender identity, parental or carer status, race, religion, sex and sexual orientation.

We are strongly committed to creating a supportive workplace culture for all our staff.

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Conservation Regulator team

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