Applications to join the Nature Repair Committee are now open.
The Nature Repair Committee will provide independent, expert advice to the Minister for the Environment and Water on compliance and key elements of the biodiversity market established under the Nature Repair Act 2023. The committee supports the integrity and transparency of the Nature Repair Market.
The department is looking for highly experienced, technical experts and professionals to form the committee. This will include a part-time chair and 4 to 5 part-time members. Committee members will be appointed by the minister and must have substantial experience or knowledge and significant standing in at least one of the following fields:
- biological or ecological science
- environmental markets
- land management
- Indigenous Knowledge.
Committee responsibilities will include:
- advising the minister on the development and prioritisation of biodiversity assessment instruments, and methodology determinations.
- assessing compliance of methodology determinations with biodiversity integrity standards.
- undertaking periodic reviews and public consultation on key components of the Nature Repair Market.
We are actively seeking applications from Indigenous knowledge holders and encourage First Nations people to apply.
Applications close 5:00pm AEDT Monday 26 February 2024.
We welcome applications from people with a disability. Additional information can be on our People with a disability page.
We welcome applications from First Nations people. Additional information can be found on our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people page.
To learn more about the role, selection criteria, responsibilities and regulations governing the Committee, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For general inquiries about the Committee, please email NatureRepairCommittee@dcceew.gov.au.