There are currently vacancies for suitably qualified individuals to join the New South Wales Game and Pest Management Advisory Board.
Up to eight members will be appointed to the Board, whose combined background, qualifications and experience will provide a range of expertise to effectively represent the interests of licensed game hunters in matters arising under the Game and Feral Animal Control Act 2002.
The Board ‘s primary role is to advise the Minister for Agriculture and Western NSW (the Minister) and the Department of Primary Industries (the Department) on important matters relating to hunting and game and pest animal management.
Board members are appointed by the Minister for a term of up to 5 years. A chairperson will also be appointed by the Minister from the Board’s members to perform the functions specific to that role.
The Board is independent of the Department (Game Licensing Unit), however, administration support for Board activities is provided by the Department.
About the Role
- Represent the interests of licensed game hunters in matters arising under the Game and Feral Animal Control Act 2002;
- Provide advice on request to the Minister or the Regulatory Authority on the game and feral animal control;
- Provide advice on request to the Minister on priorities for expenditure on research from the Game and Pest Management Trust Fund; and
- Provide advice to the Minister or the Regulatory Authority on educational courses relating to game hunting.
For more information on the the positions please go to the advertisement on the Seek website.