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Apr 20, 2018
Isle is looking for a technology consultant to join our established team in Australia. Isle is a technology and innovation consultancy specialising in innovative water, wastewater and asset management technologies. We have a proven track record in accelerating the development and commercialisation of emerging technologies through our Technology Approval Group “TAG” – the industry forum that drives innovation. Isle is a continuously growing company headquartered in London with offices in Australia, USA, UAE, Singapore, Germany, Italy and The Netherlands. By joining us, you will not only directly impact the success of our business but also help to shape the future of innovation in the Australian water industry. Isle Australia has a team of 9 people and is constantly looking to grow and expand our capabilities into emerging areas of the water sector (both municipal and industrial) and into different geographic regions. The Australian business works with clients in Australia, New Zealand and Southeast Asia.   About the role Contract type:  Permanent (full-time) Start date:  Immediate Location:  Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane (Australia) Reporting to: Professional Services Director Salary:  Negotiable depending on experience     What you’ll be doing Under supervision of Isle’s Professional Services Director, you will be assisting in the delivery of consultancy projects in Australia and the wider region. A significant part of your work will be in the evaluation of suitable technologies for client needs and providing market intelligence for new technologies seeking to enter their product or service into the market. We undertake a diverse range of projects so there is always a new challenge. Furthermore, you will be asked to contribute to the expansion of Isle’s Australian business as we are currently growing. The role will require the following: Engaging with clients to define problems and objectives. Collecting required data from several sources including the client, within Isle, our network and from public sources. Conducting interviews with technology companies and utility contacts. Analysing the data to create meaningful market intelligence and/or strategic advice. Presenting the results by writing and presenting. Writing short but complete and supported strongly by visuals. Presenting with focus on the needs of the audience. Attend client meetings with senior staff. Project management, including information supply to clients and colleagues, file management and quality control. The role will be based from your home. Coworking office space may be provided if necessary. Interstate and possibly overseas travel will be required from time to time.   What the role requires Engineering or science-based degree. Minimum 5 years experience in a professional consulting capacity. Good understanding of the Australian water industry landscape. Ability to understand client needs and develop specialist consulting advice. Motivated self-starter with ability to work under own initiative remotely. Structured and methodological approach to task completion and a well organised approach to project delivery. Working within a team, including under direction of senior staff and with colleagues working in other countries. Recognising new opportunities when working with clients. Confidence in publishing and presenting to a wide audience.   Applications and enquiries ​To apply, please email  mitchell.dixon@isleutilities.com  with your CV and cover letter.
Isle Utilities Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane Full time
Apr 19, 2018
$70,432 - $83,991 yearly
Council's general staff work under the Local Government (State) Award and enjoy: A 9 day fortnight flexible working arrangements to assist employees to combine work and family responsibilities the opportunity to accrue time in lieu support for study at TAFE and University level the opportunity to 'purchase' leave access to an Employee Assistance Scheme Special Leave for RFS and SES volunteers Defence Leave for members of the ADF Reserves … so join us on the NSW north coast and enjoy a satisfying career too. To view the position description download here . This is a permanent full time position within Council’s Water Cycle Section. The salary range for the position is $70,432 - $83,991, plus superannuation. The position of Water Quality Officer reports to Water Cycle Project Coordinator, and provides specialist knowledge in the fields of chemistry, microbiology and quality systems as they relate to Council’s drinking and recycled water supply systems. The position is located in Grafton. A probation period applies to this position. For further information please contact Laurie Day, Water Cycle Project Coordinator on (02) 6640 3538. Closing date: Monday, 7 May 2018 at 4:00 PM (NSW time).     How to apply: All applications must be lodged online via Council's website www.clarence.nsw.gov.au . Applications received via Seek's "Apply for this job" function will not be considered. Once you start your online application you cannot save and return later.  You may wish to prepare your responses in a Word document, and then copy and paste into the fields below. Attachments such as certificates and licences must be combined into one document before you attach them to your application. You must use your own email address and not one used previously by another person that has applied for a position with Council. For further information about the selection process including tips on how to address the selection criteria please refer to the Careers page on the Clarence Valley Council website.   For this application you will be required to supply a resume and relevant certificates and licences. Council is an EEO employer and indigenous people are encouraged to
Clarence Valley Council Grafton NSW, Australia Full time
Apr 17, 2018
$47,707 - $64,044 yearly
Goulburn Valley Water (GVW) provides quality water and wastewater services to 54 towns in North Central Victoria. Our core purpose is to deliver safe, reliable and affordable water services to residential, commercial and industrial customers. Classification GVW2 $47,707 - $64,044 Fixed Term (20 months) - Full Time Flexible working conditions may be considered Do you have a genuine passion for customer service? Then join our Customer Accounts and Services Department, on a fixed term basis and be part of a team that is passionate about providing a superior service experience. This position provides the frontline support to customers in relation to billing, tenancy, property and debt services. As part of an established and cohesive team, enjoying a positive and supportive work environment, your experience will enable you to provide service excellence in this customer centric role. Known for possessing exemplary communication, organisational and computer skills, your ability to adapt to and positively embrace change will allow you to evolve in this position. For further information please contact Clair Haines - Manager Customer Accounts and Services - 0417 274 191 Applications close 5pm, Friday 4 May 2018 Applicants must address each Key Selection Criteria in the position description to be considered for an interview Visit our website for information on how to apply and to view the position description.   Goulburn Valley Water is an equal opportunity employer valuing all people, diverse backgrounds, experiences and perspectives
Goulburn Valley Water Shepparton VIC, Australia Full time
Apr 13, 2018
Aither is a team of economic, public policy and strategy advisors that provide leading advice on water policy, markets, infrastructure and natural hazards. We deliver accurate and evidenced-based advice that inspires and enables positive change in the management of water and natural resources. To meet this vision, we value precision, integrity and commitment. At Aither, you will get the opportunity to help shape a growing business, working alongside leading practitioners on a diverse range of interesting projects that matter. Aither offers a flexible, team-oriented environment where staff are committed to treating one another with respect and courtesy. We are open to exploring this opportunity with the right candidate from either Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane or Canberra. As a Senior Economist/Consultant, your role will be to: manage a diverse range of complex projects; undertake detailed economic analysis and provide advice to government and private sector clients; mentor and support graduate consultants; and bring initiative and creativity in applying these skills to generate valuable advice for clients. The successful candidate will have 3-5 years’ experience working in one or more of the following areas, which are listed in no particular order: regulatory economics and pricing; cost benefit analysis, financial analysis and business case development for infrastructure projects; and applied quantitative economic skills to inform policy issues in our key areas of work. Applications that demonstrate the following will be highly regarded: a combination of experience and skills in a number of the areas listed above; an ability to link economic analysis to the broader policy and operating environment that regulated utilities operate in; and experience in consulting. As a certified B Corporation we take pride in continually challenging ourselves to discover new ways of improving our interactions with the community, the environment, our employees and our clients. Aither is an inclusive and equal opportunity employer, and we are actively seeking to increase our workplace diversity. If you’re interested in working with some of Australia’s leading practitioners in a flexible and collegiate working environment, please send your CV and cover letter to Rod Coulton, via rod.coulton@aither.com.au   by  Wednesday, 16 May 2018.
Aither Australia Full time
Apr 13, 2018
$794,000 - $97,600 yearly
ABOUT US Change your lifestyle and live and work in a vibrant community and great coastal environment. Ballina Shire Council is situated on the Far North Coast of New South Wales, 20 minutes from Byron Bay and one hour from the Gold Coast. The shire is a popular tourism destination with pristine beaches, rainforest retreats and hinterland hideaways. ABOUT THE ROLE Position We are offering an exciting opportunity for an experienced and qualified Capital Works Engineer. Reporting to the Manager Water and Wastewater, the position is responsible for delivering water, recycled water and wastewater infrastructure projects and developing capital works programs for asset augmentation, renewal and improvement. The successful applicant will provide a high level of service in delivering capital works programs in line with Council’s Delivery Program and Operational Plans. To be successful you will bring Behaviour that positively demonstrates Council’s values of: creative, accessible, respect, energetic and safe. Tertiary qualifications at degree level in an engineering or related discipline, together with extensive professional experience in project management; particularly in drinking water, recycled water and wastewater infrastructure planning, design, and construction. Demonstrated experience in the development, implementation, control and reporting of project feasibility, scope, cost, time, resources, and risks; particularly on multiple complex infrastructure projects. Demonstrated extensive procurement experience including procurement planning, contract development, and negotiating and managing consultants, contractors and other service providers. Demonstrated experience in asset management systems, processes and data capture. Demonstrated ability to identify, develop and implement process or system improvements resulting in better project or organisational outcomes or efficiencies. Demonstrated practical and conciliatory approach to problem solving, ability to break down and analyse complex issues, and a results orientated can-do attitude. Demonstrated high-level communication skills, both oral and written, including the ability to negotiate and consult on complex matters and provide technical leadership, advice and services. The rewards A salary range of $79,400 to $97,600 per annum (plus 9.5% superannuation) dependent upon skills, experience and qualifications. Training and development opportunities. Generous Award workplace conditions. Click   here   to view the Position Description and Information Package. Applications close Friday, 16 March 2018 Contact Bridget Walker | Manager Water and Wastewater | 02 6686 1226 How To Apply Please Note:  Once you start your online application, you cannot save and return to it later.  You must use your email address, and not one used previously by another person who has applied for a position with Council. You may wish to prepare your responses in a Word document.  You can then COPY and PASTE your answers from Word into the below fields. Have your Resume document ready to go. Fill out all questions below.  Click "Next".  You will then be prompted to attach your resume and other documents (if applicable).  Click "Next". Review your application to confirm everything is correct.  Click "Confirm" to submit your application.
Ballina Shire Council Ballina NSW, Australia Full time
Apr 06, 2018
Orange City Council is committed to making a positive contribution to both our region and our local community. With around 500 employees, we take pride in being both for and part of the Orange community. Our aim - to make Orange a better place to live today and tomorrow. We currently have opportunities for both a Water Network Operator and a Senior Water Network Operator to join the Water and Sewer team. Working as part of a small team, you will be responsible for undertaking the operation, maintenance and construction of Council’s water supply and sewerage systems including: Undertaking general labouring duties on water and sewer operations, maintenance and construction works Undertaking the maintenance and construction of the water reticulation system including pipes, meters and services Undertaking the maintenance and construction of the sewer reticulation system including choke clearing, reconstructions, manholes and junction cut-ins Assisting with the remediation of environmental pollution events when required Operating specialised tools and small plant such as trench compactors, generators, pumps, as well as large plant such as backhoe and excavator Setting up and monitoring traffic control plans, interpreting plans and undertaking setting out levels As Senior Water Network Operator you would also be responsible for coordinating and supervising the daily work activities of a water and sewer reticulation system team (including contractors), as well as undertaking periodic audits of homes and the water network to ensure system integrity and communicating with and educating customers on a range of water and sewer programs. To be successful in either position you will need demonstrated experience in a similar role as well as: A current Class MR driver’s licence A General Construction Induction Card (White card) Demonstrated experience in small and large plant operation A proven ability to work unsupervised, as well as part of a team An ability and willingness to participate in an on-call roster Ideally you will also have knowledge and experience in the operation, maintenance and construction of water and sewer reticulation systems, a Confined Space Certificate and RMS Traffic Control Qualifications. To apply and for more information please visit our website www.orange.nsw.gov.au/employment Applications close Sunday 22nd April 2018 @ 11pm If you have any queries relating to this role, please contact recruitment@orange.nsw.gov.au or telephone Joshua Barnes on (02) 6393 8060 .
Orange City Council Orange NSW, Australia Full time
Mar 26, 2018
The role The successful applicant will be involved in working with multidisciplinary teams developing urban water policy, strategies and subsequent design (to a concept or functional level). They will deliver projects for a range of clients including water wholesalers, retailers, private developers and local government In this work they will need to understand the operation, regulation and governance of each element of the water cycle in order to facilitate the resolution of urban water issues to the satisfaction of clients and stakeholders The successful candidate will also need to extend your traditional engineering knowledge to illustrate how our approaches benefit the community through improved liveability outcomes and contribute to the development of resilient urban spaces Key skill areas for the successful applicant An engineering or science background 10+ years experience in planning, policy or implementation of urban water cycle and integrated water management schemes The successful applicant will have extensive hands on knowledge of how each aspect of the urban water cycle works and is managed. While this is not a job for a design engineer we want someone who understands how things work on the ground Knowledge of the Victorian Water Industry and how policy and regulation impacts delivery and performance Ability to independently and critically interpret models, diagnose problems and identify solutions Excellent communication skills: the successful candidate will need to demonstrate the ability to work across different disciplines and locations and be able to communicate ‘up’ Excellent writing skills are essential International experience would be an advantage Additional complementary skills including design experience and understanding How to apply: Click on the link below to see the full PD: http://www.alluvium.com.au/Files/IWM-specialist-March-2018.aspx Please contact Mark Stacey or Dan O’Halloran to further discuss this role mark.stacey@alluvium.com.au  (0406 429 519) dan.ohalloran@alluvium.com.au  (0433 487 757) To apply please submit your resume and a response outlining how you meet the key skill areas by the deadline (max. 4 pages) to info@alluvium.com.au , with ‘IWM specialist’ in the subject line.
Alluvium Melbourne VIC, Australia Full time