Albany Office Staff
Ian Beeck is an award-winning journalist and editor, working in a variety of newspapers and currently still working in radio, who has also published three novels – the latest a biography of local World War II hero and Lancaster bomber pilot Murray Maxton.
Ian has also worked in the community and not-for-profit sector including managing an organisation that assisted pre and post-release prisoners, an Indigenous employment and training company, working with youth-at-risk teaching them how to grow garlic and the art of bee-keeping, and working at Headspace to name but a few.
Born and bred in Albany, Ian is a voracious traveller having visited 49 countries and has lived in New York City, following the September 11 attacks, and Portugal.
He lives in Albany with his three children.
Albany Office Manager
Jason has a background in engineering and management and has a great passion for the work that Green Skills undertakes to benefit our local communities.
Completed Permaculture Design Course
David has extensive experience with local flora & fauna surveying after almost two decades with Green Skills.
David has a high level of experience in vegetation assessment, identification of high conservation value forest, fauna monitoring, bushland regeneration, revegetation planning & implementation. He’s also done trail design and timber construction with Green Corps teams. David values working at Green Skills for the ability to make a difference and achieve positive environmental outcomes of the region
David has mainly worked in the viticulturist and winemaking industry, as well as permaculture design and fauna surveying.
Bernard de Bunnetat
Ecojobs Team Supervisor
Bernard has a Cert IV Conservation and Land Management and has been employed with Green Skills since 2010. Bernard is passionate about natural resource management and building a positive team environment. He has keen focus on community engagement and education. He has learnt that working in the bush is great for physical and mental health. His vision is to empower young people to appreciate and care for their environment.
Ecojobs Team Supervisor
Mat has a background in heavy machinery including driving a grader in Frankland, tree lopping with several Albany companies, and extensive work in the local blue gum industry – plant, spray, coppice, prune and thin.
Rachel has run Plastic Free July events for the last two years, started the Create No Waste Festival at Green Skills in Albany in 2016, and presented at the inaugural Introduction to Permaculture course with Permaculture Albany in 2015.
Rachel also operates a small soap-making business, runs plastic free living, soap-making and NVC workshops. Her vision is a thriving community full of robust networks for swapping local food, skills and goods, to increase regional resilience and empower people to care for the earth and each other.
Ecojobs Supervisor and Payroll Officer
Jasmyn has worked for Green Skills for several years, and at the end of 2016 began work in the office as well as on-ground works.
She can think of no better way to spend the day than working outdoors alongside her husband and a great team of enthusiastic people.
Project Manager Denmark Tip Shop Manager
James is committed to the reduction of landfill and the reuse, recycling or upcycling of everyday items. James, a lateral thinker, actively promotes the Tip Shop philosophy through creative arts projects and collaborative ventures with community and school groups in the area.
Jasmyn has been working for many years with Green Skills Albany Ecojobs and has recently expanded her employment role with Green Skills to become our new Payroll Officer. Jasmyn will be sharing her working time between the Green Skills Denmark and Albany offices. Her role of payroll officer will be mostly undertaken from the Denmark office.
Nicole has recently joined Green Skills as our new finance manager. Her organisation-wide role of managing the Green Skills finances is delivered from the Denmark office. Nicole is warmly welcomed into the Denmark office team.
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PO Box 577 Denmark WA 6333
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