NGT is hiring! Are you ready to become our first part-time Business Operations Manager?

Thanks to the generous support of the Ross Trust, which has provided us with a capacity building grant to help us transition out of our establishment phase, Nature Glenelg Trust is now advertising for a new role: a part-time Business Operations Manager.

Here are the details:

Business Operations Manager (part-time)

Are you a confident senior administrator who is looking to make a difference and try something new? We are a regional environmental not-for-profit, with 23 full or part-time staff and a dozen casual staff, focused on doing great things on the ground.

We have been around for ten years but after a recent period of growth we find ourselves in need of assistance to bed down our business and governance systems. The Business Operations Manager is an exciting new position for our organisation and we are keen to get started.

Ideally you will have had experience in a similar role, in a similar sized business or not-for-profit. You’ll need to be a people person and a good communicator, because our staff are widely spread across four states, and cultural fit is very important to our organisation.

You may have come from a finance, administration or human resources background but you have a good grounding across all of these, or the willingness to have a go. Ideally you are located in either Mount Gambier or Warrnambool, where we have offices, but given the possibilities offered by technology and the geographic spread of our team, other locations (including a home office) will be considered. Part-time hours will also be negotiated with the successful applicant.

Applications should outline relevant experience against the key position responsibilities in the position description. Applications due by: Monday 27th June 2022.

To access the position description, please email:

To discuss the position further please call or email:
Mark Bachmann
Managing Director / Founder
Mob | 0421 97 8181
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Please submit applications to:

Mark Bachmann