With over 60 qualified employees with a diverse skill set, the National Trust’s Bushland Management Services (BMS) can offer a bespoke approach for each individual project.
Each specialised team is led by an experienced site supervisor who ensures each project is delivered smoothly, on time, and to contract specifications. The assigned site supervisor will remain on that project from inception till handover to facilitate continuity and capitalise on their accumulated knowledge of the site.
We value our staff and to ensure a quality service, we recruit and retain a dedicated hard-working team who love what they do.
We pride ourselves on our scope and diversity of experience. Our people are qualified and provided with ongoing professional development programs. At a minimum, all of our natural area restoration staff are qualified with a Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management and hold up-to-date qualifications in chemical application, first aid and work health and safety.
New BMS recruits serve a competency based traineeship period, which includes a series of appraisals by supervisors. During this time, they are exposed to the full range of methods across a variety of sites and ecological communities.