The Footprint Company, headed by sustainability innovator, Caroline Noller is searching for an architect to help service client demand for the company’s work to develop and license on-line life cycle assessment software for real estate on a “software-as-a-service” model.
The job is to work with senior designers on projects ranging from masterplan to operational level.
You’ll need the usual technical skills in design but also to be “passionate about sustainable design and appreciate that in this role, you will have the opportunity to make a tangible difference to projects in many different ways.”And appreciate the company’s mission to “create a lasting ripple effect by inspiring and enabling our stakeholders with our tools and culture”. Apply for the role here
Sustainability Victoria is looking for a manager sustainable business to deliver projects “that assist Victorian businesses (both large and small) to use energy and materials sustainably, whilst helping businesses to reduce costs and improve productivity.”
The jobs means lots of interaction with stakeholders, such as industry associations, regional business networks, energy service providers, all levels of government, as well as businesses leading the way in sustainability. Get in touch here
Meanwhile SV boss Stan Krpan won’t be around for about four months as he’s been seconded to head the Victorian Cladding Taskforce into dodgy cladding that could pose fire risks on a par with the Grenfell disaster in the UK. While he’s away his job as CEO at SV will be shared for two months each between director corporate services Carl Muller and director communities and climate change Stephanie Ziersch.
The taskforce is chaired jointly by former Liberal premier Ted Baillieu and former Labor deputy premier John Thwaites, who is also currently chair of Monash Sustainable Development Institute and ClimateWorks.
A job with a difference on offer right now is for an estimator to work on sustainable luxury home projects. “These guys are a dynamic bunch. Not only from a cultural point of view, but with the truly awe-inspiring, award-winning and sustainable homes they build,” goes the ad.
You’ll need three years experience or more.
In the real estate sector Cushman & Wakefield is looking for a sustainability coordinator on a fixed term contract to manage delivery of sustainability services including energy, waste, water and supply chain management to Cushman & Wakefield’s client accounts, as well as other direct clients. The job site is here.