Botanic Gardens Trust, Sydney, Australia

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Other career opportunities

Support

Career opportunities exist in non-qualified roles within the organisation. Roles include storeperson, horticultural labourer, guide and herbarium assistant.

Vacancies are advertised at www.jobs.nsw.gov.au and in the ‘NSW Government’ section of the classified advertisements in the Saturday editions of the Sydney Morning Herald and Daily Telegraph.

Administration

A full range of administrative careers exists within the organisation and associated bodies. For details of current vacancies please check www.jobs.nsw.gov.au

The Human Resources, Finance and Information Technology services for the Royal Botanic Gardens & Domain Trust are shared with other visitor-orientated agencies, such as the Centennial and Moore Park Trust and Tourism NSW. These jobs are listed under ‘Visitor Services Agency’ at www.jobs.nsw.gov.au site and in ads appearing in the newspapers.

Rangers

Rangers require a Class 1A and B security licence and must be eligible to become a NSW Special Constable.

Vacancies are advertised at www.jobs.nsw.gov.au and in the ‘NSW Government’ section of the classified advertisements in the Saturday editions of the Sydney Morning Herald and Daily Telegraph.

Educators

The Royal Botanic Gardens & Domain Trust is responsible for several major community education programs. Experienced educators deliver activities to groups.

Vacancies are advertised at www.jobs.nsw.gov.au and in the ‘NSW Government’ section of the classified advertisements in the Saturday editions of the Sydney Morning Herald and Daily Telegraph.

Visitor Centre/Shop Assistants

Each of the three Gardens sites includes a Visitor Centre and Garden Shop. The work in these centres is varied and interesting. Staff answer enquiries from local and international visitors, as well as sales work in the shop.

Vacancies are advertised at www.jobs.nsw.gov.au and in the ‘NSW Government’ section of the classified advertisements in the Saturday editions of the Sydney Morning Herald and Daily Telegraph.

Garden Shop

Safety gear