BELONG TO AN INCLUSIVE COMMUNITY.

The foundations of our support.

We are unashamedly optimistic about our ability to create meaningful change.

Niche was founded on a desire to do things better. And on the realisation that standard approaches to environmental management did not always fit our clients’ complex challenges.

Delivering the solutions our clients and communities need requires us to empower and trust our people with the flexibility, autonomy and resources they need, and to provide leadership and support so they can do their best work.

This support has been built around 4 pillars that have been defined by our people.

  • We’ve been championing flexible and remote work since we were established in 2009. Now we’re extending it further to support you to do your best work, and take care of all the other aspects of your life.

    “I appreciate that Niche gives me the choice to work flexibly from anywhere in the country. Our working environment is collaborative and trusting and motivates each one of us to deliver excellence.”
    Deretta Brown, Business Analyst

    • Flexible and remote working options to structure work around your life
    • Options to take additional life leave to support your health, wellbeing, development and personal fulfilment
    • Annual salary review and industry benchmarking
    • Competitive time in lieu policy and allowances for your time out in the field
  • And you’ll have the flexibility to take your career where you want to go.

    “I have been able to adapt my working hours to accommodate additional studies. I have been supported through additional study leave and the flexibility of where I can work in order to complete my studies,”
    Chelsea Freeman, Heritage Consultant

    • Mentoring program to connect you to a network of industry leaders
    • Flexible career paths and learning programs across technical and people leadership
    • Discipline-specific training and accreditation
    • Professional development and membership support
    • Additional leave and allowance to support your professional development
  • The cornerstone of our organisation is a vibrant community where all our people can belong and build meaningful connections. That community extends out to the communities we serve.

    “It’s been great to have some paid time off to take a break from work to look after the new addition, as well as hang out with the family, relax, adjust and take it all in. I’m looking forward to trying the primary carer role later in the year!”
    Simon Tweed, Manager – Natural Capital

    We foster this through a range of offerings that support your health, belonging and wellbeing.

    • Social club and events
    • Annual company retreat and regular team connection
    • Employee referral bonus
    • Emotional and physical wellbeing programs
    • Employee assistance program
    • Generous parental leave entitlements and support for return to work
  • We’re proud of the amazing projects we’ve worked on. And we know there is more to do. As an organisation and a community, we are also working to reduce our footprint, foster connection and reconciliation with Indigenous communities, and create sustainable solutions for our environment and heritage.

    “Niche is committed to winning the best and most consequential work in the industry, like the Inland Rail Offsetting project, which is the largest offsetting project in Australia and will result in a large number of managed conservation sites across NSW, which is an inspiring outcome to be involved with for an ecologist.”
    Dr. Cairo Forrest, Practice Leader – Ecology

    • Commitment to our Reconciliation Action Plan
    • Evaluated and recorded numerous significant areas and artefacts across Australia
    • Thousands of nation-building projects delivered in Australia
    • Commitment to decreasing our footprint from Carbon Neutral to Carbon Positive
    • First and largest number of Biodiversity Stewardship Sites in NSW
    • Evaluated and protected thousands of hectares of habitat across Australia.

Our Values

  • 01

    Trust

    We are responsible, we are accountable, and we deliver on our commitments.

  • 02

    Excellence

    We are proud to offer superior advice and clever solutions. We strive to be the best at what we do and to exceed expectations.

  • 03

    Care

    We care; for each other, our business partners, working safely and sustaining the environment.

  • 04

    Integrity

    We have the strength and principles to operate honestly and ethically. We build strong, balanced relationships founded on respect.

Join our team.

Do you want to make an impact working on some of the most consequential, challenging and inspiring projects in your industry?

We’re looking for people to join our diverse community. Bring your experience and find a place you can thrive.

Position

Location

Type

  • Use your experience to make a positive impact
     
    Niche is a leading consultancy specialising in natural capital and offsetting, terrestrial and aquatic ecology, heritage management, environmental planning, management and approvals, and spatial services.
     
    Our purpose is to empower people to create a sustainable future.
     
    We’re looking for an Ecology – Technical Assistant to join our diverse community of talented, innovative technical experts and strategic advisors. Our people are proud to do work that matters, to make an impact working on some of the most consequential, challenging and inspiring projects in their industry.
     
    Find your Niche – a place you can thrive
     
    From the start of our business in 2009, we have trusted our people with the flexibility they need to structure work around their lives and the autonomy to deliver their projects from end to end. On any given day our people will be working from home, in the field, or from one of our offices located across the east coast of Australia.
    We value your expertise and ensure you have the systems, support and tools to do what you do best. Whatever your role with Niche, you can take advantage of:
     
    Time for your wellbeing, personal development and family

    • Additional paid leave to support your health, wellbeing, development and personal fulfilment
    • Spend time with family or friends, volunteer in your community, or work on a personal project
    • Competitive parental leave policy to support parents and careers

     

    Recognition for your time and effort

    • Competitive in-field TIL policy, and incentives/allowances to recognise your time in the field
    • Competitive total rewards package and allowances

     

    Support to master your craft

    • A network of peers, mentors, leaders, senior specialists and experts accessible through our buddy and mentoring programs
    • Flexible career pathways to progress in both technical and people leadership streams
    • Financial assistance and leave to support your continuing professional development.

     
    About the role
     
    We are seeking a motivated technical assistant to join our join our team. You will ideally have at least 2 years or more experience in the NRM industry experience within a consultancy. The role is responsible for assisting our ecology and heritage teams with field survey, equipment control and research.
     
    The role will require the maintenance of our fleet, including trailer and ATV. The successful candidate must have demonstrated experience with towing trailers and using ATVs and a willingness to assist with field campaigns throughout NSW. The position to be based in Wollongong (Bulli).
     
    What will make us a great match
     
    The successful candidate must have demonstrated experience with towing trailers and using ATVs and a willingness to assist with field campaigns throughout NSW. The position to be based in Wollongong (Bulli).
     
    Specifically, we are looking for:

    • A relevant Bachelor-level university degree in the field of Ecology, Environmental Science, Botany, or another relevant discipline.
    • Must have demonstrated experience towing trailers and using ATVs.
    • Practical experience of 2+ years undertaking field-based surveys, research, preferably at least partly in a consulting capacity.
    • Willingness to travel throughout NSW to perform fieldwork campaigns.
    • A desire to work in a team environment and learn from our seniors within the ecology and heritage fields.

     
    About Niche and the team
     
    At Niche, we look to the future and ask how we can empower people to make a positive difference and to solve clients’ problems in a way that balances a need for development with respect for heritage and reliance upon our environment.
     
    Ecology – terrestrial and aquatic
     
    Niche’s ecology team includes experienced terrestrial and aquatic ecologists working across a range of industry sectors. Throughout the lifecycle of a project, we may be involved in providing conceptual strategic advice, assisting with impact assessments, monitoring, mapping, or supporting biodiversity stewardship site planning and management.
     
    This role reports to Radika Michniewicz  who currently leads Niche’s Ecology Team in both NSW & QLD. Radika is a senior ecologist with over 15 years of experience in providing ecological and project management services in Australia and France. She has managed field studies and large, complex projects for a variety of clients across Australia’s eastern seaboard, with particular experience in large ecological monitoring programs and large-scale biodiversity investigations.
     
    How to apply
     
    If you are interested in this fantastic career opportunity, please submit your application including a resume and cover letter addressing the key requirements to careers@niche-eh.com
     
    Niche is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We encourage qualified candidates of all differences to apply. Our recruitment process includes behavioural and medical testing. We also recognise the same recruitment process doesn’t fit all, so if you require any accommodations or adjustments, simply let us know at the time you apply.

    Applicants are required to have the right to work in Australia to be considered for this opportunity.      

  • Use your experience to make a positive impact
     
    Niche is a leading consultancy specialising in natural capital and offsetting, terrestrial and aquatic ecology, heritage management, environmental planning, management and approvals, and spatial services.
     
    Our purpose is to empower people to create a sustainable future.
     
    We’re looking for an Ecology Consultant to join our diverse community of talented, innovative technical experts and strategic advisors. Our people are proud to do work that matters, to make an impact working on some of the most consequential, challenging and inspiring projects in their industry.
     
    Find your Niche – a place you can thrive
     
    From the start of our business in 2009, we have trusted our people with the flexibility they need to structure work around their lives and the autonomy to deliver their projects from end to end. On any given day our people will be working from home, in the field, or from one of our offices located across the east coast of Australia.
     
    We value your expertise and ensure you have the systems, support and tools to do what you do best. Whatever your role with Niche, you can take advantage of:
     
    Time for your wellbeing, personal development and family

    • Additional paid leave to support your health, wellbeing, development and personal fulfilment
    • Spend time with family or friends, volunteer in your community, or work on a personal project
    • Competitive parental leave policy to support parents and carers

     
    Recognition for your time and effort

    • Competitive in-field TIL policy, and incentives/allowances to recognise your time in the field
    • Competitive total rewards package and allowances

     
    Support to master your craft

    • A network of peers, mentors, leaders, senior specialists and experts accessible through our buddy and mentoring programs
    • Flexible career pathways to progress in both technical and people leadership streams
    • Financial assistance and leave to support your continuing professional development.

     
    About the role
     
    We are seeking a motivated junior to mid-level Ecology Consultant to join our team, ideally someone with 3 – 6 years or more experience in the NRM industry
     
    The role is responsible for providing input into ecological advice to clients based on field surveys, research and within the context of the legislative framework in NSW. The successful candidate will work with our Ecology team.
     
    What will make us a great match
     
    This role will best suit to a motivated junior to mid-level Ecology Consultant with 3 – 6 years or more experience in the NRM industry.
     
    Specifically, we are looking for:

    • A relevant Bachelor-level university degree in the field of Ecology, Environmental Science, Botany, or another relevant discipline.
    • Practical experience of 3 – 6 years undertaking field-based surveys, data analysis and reporting, (within a consulting capacity viewed favorably).
    • Willingness to travel throughout NSW to perform fieldwork campaigns on a regular or semi-regular basis.
    • Experience in preparing ecological reports such as impact assessments BDAR’s, FFAs or input into monitoring programs.
    • Knowledge of relevant NSW and Commonwealth environmental legislation and planning policies.
    • Vegetation community identification skills within NSW would be an advantage, along with botanical skills or fauna identification skills.
    • Ability to work independently and as part of a team of professionals.

     
    About Niche and the team
     
    At Niche, we look to the future and ask how we can empower people to make a positive difference and to solve clients’ problems in a way that balances a need for development with respect for heritage and reliance upon our environment.
     
    Ecology – terrestrial and aquatic
     
    Niche’s ecology team includes experienced terrestrial and aquatic ecologists working across a range of industry sectors. Throughout the lifecycle of a project, we may be involved in providing conceptual strategic advice, assisting with impact assessments, monitoring, mapping, or supporting biodiversity stewardship site planning and management.
     
    This role reports to Radika Michniewicz who currently leads Niche’s Ecology Team in both NSW & QLD. Radika is a senior ecologist with over 15 years of experience in providing ecological and project management services in Australia and France. She has managed field studies and large, complex projects for a variety of clients across Australia’s eastern seaboard, with particular experience in large ecological monitoring programs and large-scale biodiversity investigations.
     
    How to apply
     
    If you are interested in this fantastic career opportunity, please submit your application including a resume and cover letter addressing the key requirements to careers@niche-eh.com.
     
    Niche is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We encourage qualified candidates of all differences to apply. Our recruitment process includes behavioural and medical testing. We also recognise the same recruitment process doesn’t fit all, so if you require any accommodations or adjustments, simply let us know at the time you apply.

    Applicants are required to have the right to work in Australia to be considered for this opportunity.      

  • Use your experience to make a positive impact
     
    Niche is a leading consultancy specialising in natural capital and offsetting, terrestrial and aquatic ecology, heritage management, environmental planning, management and approvals, and spatial services.
     
    Our purpose is to empower people to create a sustainable future.
     
    We’re looking for a Spatial Services Administrator to join our diverse community of talented, innovative technical experts and strategic advisors. Our people are proud to do work that matters, to make an impact working on some of the most consequential, challenging and inspiring projects in their industry.
     
    Find your Niche – a place you can thrive
     
    From the start of our business in 2009, we have trusted our people with the flexibility they need to structure work around their lives and the autonomy to deliver their projects from end to end. On any given day our people will be working from home, in the field, or from one of our offices located across the east coast of Australia.
     
    We value your expertise and ensure you have the systems, support and tools to do what you do best. Whatever your role with Niche, you can take advantage of:
     
    Time for your wellbeing, personal development and family
     

    • Additional paid leave to support your health, wellbeing, development and personal fulfilment
    • Spend time with family or friends, volunteer in your community, or work on a personal project
    • Competitive parental leave policy to support parents and carers

     

    Recognition for your time and effort
     

    • Competitive in-field TIL policy, and incentives/allowances to recognise your time in the field
    • Competitive total rewards package and allowances

     

    Support to master your craft
     

    • A network of peers, mentors, leaders, senior specialists and experts accessible through our buddy and mentoring programs
    • Flexible career pathways to progress in both technical and people leadership streams
    • Financial assistance and leave to support your continuing professional development.

     
    About the role
     
    We are seeking a motivated experienced Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Administrator to join our team in a full-time capacity working 5 days a week. This role would be suited to those who have over 5 years of experience working within a GIS consultancy firm with a focus on ecology and heritage.
     
    The successful candidate would have an excellent understanding of GIS, ArcGIS and Enterprise. The role has flexibility with work from home arrangements or based at any one of our offices including Melbourne, Sydney, Parramatta and Wollongong in NSW, or Brisbane and Cairns in QLD.
     
    What you will be doing:
     

    • Administering ArcGIS Enterprise, including regular maintenance, software and hardware upgrades.
    • Ensuring availability, reliability and performance of ArcGIS Enterprise.
    • Management and support of Field Maps and Niche’s Data Editors (web mapping applications).
    • Geodatabase design and implementation, which includes maintaining ArcGIS Enterprise schema uniformity.
    • Researching and recommending new technologies to ensure Niche’s systems are maintained efficiently and to an appropriate standard.
    • Undertaking periodic audits of spatial data, data management procedures and storage.
    • Liaising with the GIS Manager to maintain the quality and integrity of spatial data, including cataloguing, maintenance and indexing of all relevant spatial data.

     
    What will make us a great match
     
    This role will best suit someone who has an excellent understanding of GIS, ArcGIS and Enterprise.
     
    Specifically, we are looking for:
     

    • Tertiary qualification from a recognized institution at undergraduate or postgraduate level with a major in GIS/IT or allied fields.
    • Over 5+ years’ GIS experience working in a consultancy.
    • Strong problem solving, analytical and conceptual skills.
    • Demonstrated experience and competency with:
    • ESRI ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS Enterprise technology
    • Complex consulting projects
    • Delivering high-quality GIS products or projects
    • Geodatabase design and implementation
    • Experience preparing ecology and heritage related mapping.
    • Ability to meet productivity targets and meet project budgets.
    • Capability to work as part of a team of diverse professionals in a fast-paced environment.
    • Strong communication, problem solving, analytical and conceptual skills.
    • Proficient experience tablet and laptop computers, smart-phones and the Microsoft Office Suite of products.

     
    About Niche and the team
     
    At Niche, we look to the future and ask how we can empower people to make a positive difference and to solve clients’ problems in a way that balances a need for development with respect for heritage and reliance upon our environment.
     
    Spatial services
     
    Niche’s spatial services help clients overcome common challenges with collecting, storing, distributing and understanding spatial data. Our team of analysts, technologists and problem solvers deliver spatial services systems and data that can be tailored to client organisation and deployed seamlessly to allow each stakeholder to access the information they need, wherever they are located, and at all stages of the project.
     
    This role reports to Ishara Kotiah who currently leads Niche’s Spatial Services across NSW, QLD, and Victoria. Ishara has worked as a GIS consultant for the bulk of her career working across a range of industries including forestry, the water and energy sector, emergency management, health, and local and state governments. With more than 20 years of experience, she has delivered on GIS strategies for those organisations, and the design and implementation of enterprise level GIS databases, systems, and applications. Her experience spans the mobile, desktop, web, and cloud platforms, and she has a strong interest in driving efficiency gains through workflows and optimised databases and systems.
     
    How to apply
     
    If you are interested in this fantastic career opportunity, please submit your application including a resume and cover letter addressing the key requirements to careers@niche-eh.com.
     
    Niche is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We encourage qualified candidates of all differences to apply. Our recruitment process includes behavioural and medical testing. We also recognise the same recruitment process doesn’t fit all, so if you require any accommodations or adjustments, simply let us know at the time you apply.
     
    Applicants are required to have the right to work in Australia to be considered for this opportunity. 

  • Use your experience to make a positive impact
     
    Niche is a leading consultancy specialising in natural capital and offsetting, terrestrial and aquatic ecology, heritage management, environmental planning, management and approvals, and spatial services.
     
    Our purpose is to empower people to create a sustainable future.
     
    We’re looking for a Principal Heritage Consultant to join our diverse community of talented, innovative technical experts and strategic advisors. Our people are proud to do work that matters, to make an impact working on some of the most consequential, challenging and inspiring projects in their industry.
     
    Find your Niche – a place you can thrive
     
    From the start of our business in 2009, we have trusted our people with the flexibility they need to structure work around their lives and the autonomy to deliver their projects from end to end. On any given day our people will be working from home, in the field, or from one of our offices located across the east coast of Australia.
     
    We value your expertise and ensure you have the systems, support and tools to do what you do best. Whatever your role with Niche, you can take advantage of:
     
    Time for your wellbeing, personal development and family

    • Additional paid leave to support your health, wellbeing, development and personal fulfilment
    • Spend time with family or friends, volunteer in your community, or work on a personal project
    • Competitive parental leave policy to support parents and carers

     
    Recognition for your time and effort

    • Competitive in-field TIL policy, and incentives/allowances to recognise your time in the field
    • Competitive total rewards package and allowances

     
    Support to master your craft

    • A network of peers, mentors, leaders, senior specialists and experts accessible through our buddy and mentoring programs
    • Flexible career pathways to progress in both technical and people leadership streams
    • Financial assistance and leave to support your continuing professional development.

     
    About the role
     
    Working with Niche will provide you with exposure to complex cultural heritage projects, which includes designing and executing fieldwork, leading technical teams, leading preparation of technical reports, and providing detailed technical and statutory advice on Aboriginal cultural heritage matters. Our recent projects include linear infrastructure and renewable energy sector projects, providing EIS’ on pumped hydro, battery storage and wind farm projects.
     
    This role will see you working in collaboration with our skilled Heritage team and with our clients, Aboriginal representatives, and communities. You will have the opportunity to mentor and support your teammates and take on direct management of a small team.
     
    This position is ideal for individuals who are seeking a company that is focused on sustainable future growth and a role that further develops their technical skill set in cultural heritage management.
     
    What will make us a great match
     
    This role will best suit someone who is an emerging or established leader with 12+ years’ experience in Aboriginal cultural heritage consulting services in the Queensland environment.
     
    Specifically, we are looking for:

    • A degree and/or postgraduate qualification with a focus on Australian archaeology, anthropology, or cultural heritage management.
    • Significant demonstrable experience working under the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act 2003.
    • Working knowledge of Commonwealth heritage laws, other QLD laws including the Torres Strait Islander Cultural Heritage Act 2003 and the Queensland Heritage Act 1992, and local heritage planning requirements.
    • A reputation for conducting high quality, ethical cultural heritage assessments, and maintaining positive relationships with Aboriginal communities.
    • Strong people management and emotional intelligence skills with a demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, engage others, influence culture, and provide strong direction.
    • Ability to manage complex projects from beginning to end.
    • Well-developed ability and willingness to interpret and explain complex technical issues to all levels of staff and to clients.
    • Excellent and proven experience in communicating with a range of stakeholders including clients and Aboriginal community representatives.
    • QLD cultural heritage industry connections and an ability to carry out business development activities in a professional manner to support the wider Heritage team.

     
    About Niche and the team
     
    At Niche, we look to the future and ask how we can empower people to make a positive difference and to solve clients’ problems in a way that balances a need for development with respect for heritage and reliance upon our environment.
     
    Heritage management
     
    Niche provides specialist cultural heritage services to a wide range of industry sectors and to clients of various scale. Our experienced archaeologists and heritage professionals work closely with project proponents, landholders, local communities and traditional owners to provide site assessments, management plans, archival recording and analysis and conservation advice.
     
    This role reports to Morgan Disspain who currently leads Niche’s Heritage Team for NSW & QLD. Morgan’s cultural heritage career has spanned over 14 years and has incorporated both academic and consulting experience. She has extensive experience in cultural heritage management in NSW, QLD, and WA, and has carried out archaeological research projects in NT, SA, QLD, and South America.
     
    How to apply
     
    If you are interested in this fantastic career opportunity, please submit your application including a resume and cover letter addressing the key requirements to careers@niche-eh.com.
     
    Niche is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We encourage qualified candidates of all differences to apply. Our recruitment process includes behavioural and medical testing. We also recognise the same recruitment process doesn’t fit all, so if you require any accommodations or adjustments, simply let us know at the time you apply.

    Applicants are required to have the right to work in Australia to be considered for this opportunity.      

  • Use your experience to make a positive impact
     
    Niche is a leading consultancy specialising in natural capital and offsetting, terrestrial and aquatic ecology, heritage management, environmental planning, management and approvals, and spatial services.
     
    Our purpose is to empower people to create a sustainable future.
     
    We’re looking for a Project Manager to join our diverse community of talented, innovative technical experts and strategic advisors. Our people are proud to do work that matters, to make an impact working on some of the most consequential, challenging and inspiring projects in their industry.
     
    Find your Niche – a place you can thrive
     
    From the start of our business in 2009, we have trusted our people with the flexibility they need to structure work around their lives and the autonomy to deliver their projects from end to end. On any given day our people will be working from home, in the field, or from one of our offices located across the east coast of Australia.
     
    We value your expertise and ensure you have the systems, support and tools to do what you do best. Whatever your role with Niche, you can take advantage of:
     
    Time for your wellbeing, personal development and family

    • Additional paid leave to support your health, wellbeing, development and personal fulfilment
    • Spend time with family or friends, volunteer in your community, or work on a personal project
    • Competitive parental leave policy to support parents and careers

     
    Recognition for your time and effort

    • Competitive in-field TIL policy, and incentives/allowances to recognise your time in the field
    • Competitive total rewards package and allowances

     
    Support to master your craft

    • A network of peers, mentors, leaders, senior specialists and experts accessible through our buddy and mentoring programs
    • Flexible career pathways to progress in both technical and people leadership streams
    • Financial assistance and leave to support your continuing professional development.

     
    About the role
     
    Niche is a company that has experienced continuous growth year on year. We have a dynamic and resourceful team located on the east coast of Australia.
     
    In these newly created positions, we’re seeking experienced Project Managers with technical knowledge in either heritage / and or ecology or who have led multidisciplinary environmental projects, who have a passion for project management and can support our growth and assist our wider teams’ consultants with delivering on our commitments to our key clients. You’d be leading and managing a portfolio of projects or larger and more complex specialist technical assessments.
     
    As an experienced Project Management with technical knowledge, these roles would be an integral function to ensure the successful delivery of our projects. Working closely with our project teams, you be required to plan and develop strategy for the projects you oversee and improve on internal processes and protocols to ensure the quality of our projects are aligned.
     
    We’re flexible on location. We have a number of offices across NSW and QLD and have a flexible working environment for those who wish to work from home.
     
    What will make us a great match
     
    This role will best suit someone who will take pride in ensuring excellence in their project delivery and has a knack for working on complex technical projects with multiple stakeholders in a fast-paced environment.
     
    Specifically, we are looking for:

    • Minimum 5 years of experience as a Project Manager, with knowledge of ecology and / or heritage, or of working on multidisciplinary projects.
    • Tertiary qualifications with demonstrable technical project management experience.
    • You will have the ability to lead and inspire specialist disciplinary teams, to engage and develop the capability of those within your projects to drive the project toward milestones and conclusion.
    • External Project Management accreditation would be highly favoured (but not essential)
    • Ability to successfully manage safety, time, cost, quality, and risk elements.
    • A history of effective contract management, resourcing planning and delivery management.
    • You must possess excellent communication skills (both written and verbal) and develop excellent working relationships with clients, and other internal and external stakeholders.
    • Precise attention to detail and ability to produce professional quality deliverables on time and on budget.
    • Produces deliverables that are high quality, accurate and complete including a quality assurance review.
    • High level of proficiency with the Microsoft 0365 suite of programs, including MS Project is critical.

     
    About Niche and the team
     
    At Niche, we look to the future and ask how we can empower people to make a positive difference and to solve clients’ problems in a way that balances a need for development with respect for heritage and reliance upon our environment.
     
    Heritage management
    Niche provides specialist cultural heritage services to a wide range of industry sectors and to clients of various scale. Our experienced archaeologists and heritage professionals work closely with project proponents, landholders, local communities and traditional owners to provide site assessments, management plans, archival recording and analysis and conservation advice.
     
    This role reports to Morgan Disspain who currently leads Niche’s Heritage Team for NSW & QLD. Morgan’s cultural heritage career has spanned over 14 years and has incorporated both academic and consulting experience. She has extensive experience in cultural heritage management in NSW, QLD, and WA, and has carried out archaeological research projects in NT, SA, QLD, and South America.
     
    How to apply
     
    If you are interested in this fantastic career opportunity, please submit your application including a resume and cover letter addressing the key requirements to careers@niche-eh.com.
     
    Niche is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We encourage qualified candidates of all differences to apply. Our recruitment process includes behavioural and medical testing. We also recognise the same recruitment process doesn’t fit all, so if you require any accommodations or adjustments, simply let us know at the time you apply.

    Applicants are required to have the right to work in Australia to be considered for this opportunity.      

Discipline managers

  • Dr Radika Michniewicz BSc (Hons), PhD

    Manager – Ecology

  • Dr Morgan Disspain PhD, BArch. (Hons)

    Manager – Heritage NSW & QLD

  • Dr Justin Shiner BA (Hons), PhD (Archaeology)

    Manager – Heritage VIC

  • Chris McEvoy B Env Sc, Grad Dip Ed, M Env Sc, CEnvP (IA), MEIANZ

    Manager – Environmental Approvals

  • Dr Amanda Griffith BSc (Hons), PhD

    Manager – Natural Capital Supply

  • Simon Tweed B Env Sc (Hons)

    Manager – Natural Capital Strategy

  • Ishara Kotiah BSc. Land Surveying

    Manager – Spatial Services

Meet the team

  • Keeley Hartzer

    Associate – Natural Capital

  • Lauren Roach

    Graduate Consultant – Heritage

  • Ben Slack

    Associate – Heritage

  • Rochelle Bensted

    Senior Associate – Heritage

  • Anne-Marie Ten Hoorn

    Associate – Environmental Approvals

  • Luke Stone

    Principal – Aquatic Ecology

  • Jo Nelson

    Associate – Heritage

  • Catriona Graham

    Consultant – Heritage

  • Yogesh Nair

    Senior Associate – Ecology

Empowering people to create a sustainable future