Following major corporate restructuring, employee-owned firm Northrop Consulting Engineers is looking to appoint a sustainability manager at the Sydney office. The successful applicant will lead and manage the Northrop sustainability group, which services projects across six offices located in NSW, the ACT and Queensland.
Proven experience working in a similar role in a consulting engineering firm, a passion for sustainability, strong focus on quality management systems and an affiliation with client-side thinking are among the qualities required.
The firm also currently has a number of other vacancies including civil engineering, structural engineering and civil draftsperson roles.
Sustainable building design software start-up Sefaira is looking for experienced and degree-qualified green building engineers, architects or building scientists to apply to join the firm’s growing customer service team.
The company develops cloud-based software that assists with designing high performance buildings through energy and sustainability performance analysis. The ability to deliver product demonstrations in groups settings and work closely with individual users, in addition to energy-modelling software experience, project management expertise and willingness to travel are key requirements for the position.
KMH in Chatswood Sydney is recruiting a senior environmental consultant, waste and resource recovery. The role will involve leading delivery of waste and sustainability projects, mentoring and developing team members, assisting with winning new business and building long term relationships with clients and industry partners. A background in commercial waste infrastructure and services, degree qualifications in environmental science or environmental engineering and eight years of relevant experience, including at least two years experience in Australia, are key requirements.
Australian Organic is seeking an industry development officer, with the option of being based out of the organisation’s Melbourne, Brisbane or Sydney offices. The autonomous role reports directly to the chief executive, and involves engaging with all areas of the horticultural supply chain, so a solid understanding of the principles of organic standards and principles, and experience in the horticulture industry are required. The willingness to travel to regional and remote areas is also required.
Shane Rattenbury, ACT Greens Member for Molonglo, is looking to appoint a policy advisor. Mr Rattenbury holds multiple ministerial positions in the ACT government including Minister for Territory and Municipal Services, Minister for Corrective Services, Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs and Minister for Sports and Recreation Services. Applicants will need to have extremely strong research and analytical skills, excellent communications and interpersonal skills and the willingness to assist with office administration when required.