The Forest Stewardship Council Australia is on the hunt for a new chief executive officer, with current CEO Natalie Reynolds shifting into a new position as transformation and development director for FSC International in the New Year. In her new Melbourne-based role, Ms Reynolds has been tasked with leading the team that will map out future pathways and strategy for the organisation including developing a more efficient organisational set up and governance model.
“While we will miss Natalie at FSC Australia we recognise that her strategic and transformation management skills make her the perfect candidate for this important new position,” said FSCA chair Jonathan La Nauze.
“The Board has begun the process to recruit Natalie’s successor and we’re committed to ensuring a comprehensive handover of the FSC Australia CEO position can occur. We look forward to making further announcements in due course.”
Mr La Nauze also said the organisation has grown in Australia to the point where it has “the capacity to develop a locally owned National Forest Stewardship Standard”.
NettZero is searching for a new NABERS assessor for its Melbourne office to add to its team of eight operating in mainly NABERS assessment in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.
According to Matt Greening who co-owns the company with David Brookes work has been picking up steadily, in particular with shopping centres, which seem to be finally starting to catch up to the commercial property sector.
“We’ve got the best pipeline of work we’ve had for a long time – a lot of voluntary stuff, especially in retail and shopping centre, there’s a bit of interest at the moment.”
Due to expansion, AECOM is after a senior/principal sustainability consultant (built environment) to work with the sustainability team in Melbourne. Experience in building energy modelling (IES virtual environment or equivalent), Green Star and NABERS is required, with the position acting as the lead sustainability consultant providing support to design teams to embed sustainability principles into high profile commercial, education and mixed use building and development projects.
A Perth-based boutique home builder specialising in energy efficient homes up to 10 star NatHERS is looking for a scheduler/sustainability specialist. The company works on a variety of projects including single and double storey homes, unit developments and Class 2 projects.
Monash University is hiring a manager for its Green Steps program, which provides nationwide sustainability training programs for university students and for those already in the workplace. The Green Steps manager is responsible for the education, training and outreach programs and activities within the Monash Sustainability Institute.