Heritage; Environmental Policy and Programs; Flexible location
Principal Heritage Officers in the Heritage branch provide a high standard of timely, professional advice about implementing the state’s strategic approach to identifying and conserving historical heritage places.
For this position there is a focus on places with archaeological cultural heritage significance: terrestrial as well as underwater cultural heritage in Queensland, including ship and aircraft wrecks in State and coastal waters.
You will be required to work independently and demonstrate leadership within your discipline group. This Principal Heritage Officer position is located in the Development Assessment and Archaeology team, a multidisciplinary group of highly skilled officers responsible for assessing the impacts of development on places on the Queensland heritage register under a range of legislation including the Queensland Heritage Act 1992 and the Planning Act 2016.