The Wet Tropics Management Authority has a culture which values results, professional growth, workforce diversity and a healthy balance between work and life commitments.
Our employees are actively encouraged and supported as individuals and given access to a range of flexible work practices, learning and development opportunities and study assistance.
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The Wet Tropics Management Authority is committed to mentoring and providing experience to undergraduate and postgraduate interns to assist in achieving their career goals and, hopefully, contribute to the future of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area.
Interns have made a valuable contribution to the Authority, and as such we are committed to planned, supported and appropriately managed arrangements in conjunction with our partner universities.
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The Wet Tropics Management Authority does not currently offer volunteer opportunities aside from planned internship opportunities to tertiary students.
Many organisations in the Wet Tropics offer a variety of opportunities for volunteers. Visit our volunteering page to find out more.