Love Uluru? Want to come work with us?

Would you like to work at Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park?

Imagine waking up to one of the world’s best sunrises every day. Welcome to work at Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.

We’re looking for passionate and committed people to come and live and work in our park and have several positions available.

First up is assistant manager of park operations. This is a senior role, both rewarding and challenging. You’ll be responsible for co-ordinating the delivery of repairs and maintenance, our capital programs and essential services. You’ll provide leadership in incident management and be a mentor to our staff in a cross-cultural and remote environment. For more click here.

We’re also looking for a maintenance officer. You’ll be maintaining our essential services such as power, water, sewerage and communications. You’ll be looking after vehicles, maintaining plant and equipment and undertaking emergency repairs. You’ll also be part of our incident response team, helping with search and rescues and fighting fires. Click here to apply.

If administration is your strong point, board secretary might be the role for you. You’ll co-ordinate all logistics for our Board of Management, prepare agendas, record minutes and manage correspondence. You’ll be there to support to Uluru’s traditional owners who make up the majority of the board.

If you’re into natural and cultural resource management, we’ve a vacancy for a senior ranger. Working with our park operations team you will lead our incident management  and compliance, help us develop operational plansto deliver  key park programs and undertake park patrols. Apply here.

We’re looking for a ranger to help with our natural and cultural resource management, incident response and park patrols. This role will also involve supervising other staff - click here.

Finally we’re also looking for a community ranger co-ordinator. You’ll work closely with the park’s traditional owners Anangu, who speak Pitjantjatjara or Yankunytjatjara as a first language, helping co-ordinate rangers on the ground. For more click here.

We look forward to hearing from you - and seeing you at the park.

Chris, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park