Senior Planning Officer Jobs Vacancy in Queensland Government Brisbane
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- Undertake planning, research and analysis to inform the direction of the National Red Imported Fire Ant Eradication Program.
- Develop comprehensive eradication plans that guide when, where and how treatment and surveillance is undertaken by the Program.
- Monitor progress of treatment and surveillance against Program targets and identify actions and resources required to correct any variation from the targets.
- Undertake and provide data for modelling projects in collaboration with team members and external consultants.
- Analyse Program data (including but not limited to: colony relatedness and the effectiveness of treatment and surveillance methods), conduct data mining and modelling, participate in scientific based research and assess technical and international best practice to inform eradication plan development.
- Undertake risk profiles for infestations and research and assess adaptive strategies for eradication of new infestations.
- Undertake monitoring of existing and emerging risks against the Program's progress.
- Analyse spread patterns and highest risk areas using a range of tools including spread modelling, mathematical modelling, and spatial information.
- Assess the risk of fire ants establishing in specific areas, based on preferred habitat and land usage through consultation with relevant Program staff.
Note 2 - Biosecurity Queensland Control Centre is currently located at Moggill and Richlands. The Program will be moving to new accommodation located at Berrinba to establish a consolidated headquarters site. Sections of the Program will progressively relocate to the new site commencing in April 2018 and it is expected that all program areas will operate from the new site as from July 2018.
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