Who we are This branch oversees the ongoing management of each of the six Marine Park Networks, and the national parks of Pulu Keeling, Christmas and Norfolk Island. Christmas Island National Park protects 63% of Christmas Island for conservation and visitor enjoyment. This includes programs that manage, and monitor threatened and endangered species populations, as well as visitor management activities. The Job The Invasive Species Manager is responsible for the delivery of our invasive species control programs. This primarily involves overseeing the Christmas Island cat eradication plan and the control program for yellow crazy ants. However, this role may also be involved in programs for Asian wolf snake and giant centi

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