Purpose of the position: The Great Barrier Reef is under increasing pressure. After climate change, agricultural sourced pollution is the most serious threat to Great Barrier Reef coastal and marine ecosystems. The Reef’s capacity to endure and recover from the impacts of climate change will be greatly enhanced by reducing the burden of sediment, nitrogen and pesticide pollution. As the Manager, Great Barrier Reef Water Quality , you will lead the development and implementation of our work to protect and conserve the Great Barrier Reef by reducing nitrogen and pesticide pollution, conserving aquatic ecosystems and sequestering carbon to improve the resilience of the Reef in the face of climate change. You will work with the AMCS Great Barrier Reef and Fisheries teams

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