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Mar 23, 2018
$75,000 - $95,000 yearly
Corporate Partnerships Manager - WaterAid        Full Time Permanent Based in East Melbourne, superb public transport location Attractive remuneration, generous salary packaging and flexible working arrangements Help transform lives in the world’s poorest communities Engage the Australian business community   The role is situated within the Corporate and Community Engagement team (CCE) of WaterAid Australia and reports to the Head of Strategic Partnerships and Philanthropy. We are seeking a proactive and charismatic person with business acumen, who shares the objectives and values of WaterAid and has proven ability to work effectively with senior staff in Australia and overseas.   The organisation WaterAid is an international NGO providing clean water, sanitation and hygiene to the world’s poorest people. We help local organisations establish low cost, sustainable projects using technology that can be locally managed. WaterAid Australia manages country programs in South East Asia and the Pacific, and currently run programs in Timor-Leste, Papua New Guinea and Cambodia.   The role The Corporate Partnerships Manager is responsible for developing, managing and fostering relationships between WaterAid and its corporate partners. The role will focus on leveraging current relationships and building a pipeline of new prospects and opportunities to establish sustainable partnerships that create shared value.   Key responsibilities Generate corporate fundraising revenue to meet annual targets. Develop innovative strategies and partnership concepts to identify, solicit and steward a portfolio of corporate partners. Develop proposals, manage negotiations and contractual arrangements to meet corporate donors’ needs.   Person specification The successful applicant will have had at least 3 years’ successful experience developing corporate partnerships/sponsorships and managing accounts. Experience, knowledge and contacts from within the Water Sector in Australia will be considered a strong asset.   How to Apply Please submit an application to by COB Friday 13th April 2018. The subject line of your email should read “Application – Corporate Partnerships Manager”. Applications for this position must include a resume and a cover letter addressing the Qualifications, Skills and Selection Criteria listed in the Position Description available to download at . For any enquiries please email Federico Marcon, Head of Strategic Partnerships and Philanthropy (   Note: WaterAid is a child safe organisation. WaterAid’s recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to the safety of children in all our activities. Criminal record checks will be undertaken for successful applicants for all countries of citizenship and for each country in which the individual has lived for 12 months or longer over the past five years. WaterAid is committed to welcoming people from the widest possible diversity of backgrounds, culture and experience. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply. We will make any practical adjustments to enable people with a disability to participate fully in an inclusive working environment. Please let us know if you have a disability and require any special assistance in making your application or attending an interview.  
WaterAid Melbourne VIC, Australia Full time
Mar 22, 2018
$77,843 - $86,492 yearly
Who Is TasWater? TasWater's vision is to be  'a trusted and respected provider of essential services that is making a positive difference to Tasmania' .  We believe that our vision is about building trust and respect with our colleagues and customers. We do this by living our values and behaviours and making these the foundation of the way we work each and every day, as the sole provider of water and sewerage services to businesses and homes across the state. The Opportunity You will contribute to the development of water and sewerage asset and system strategies that address and provide a balance between short and long term needs, customer service levels, asset life cycle cost and operational risk. Key Accountabilities Contribute to asset management frameworks for determining asset strategy for water, wastewater and recycled water network, treatment plant, pumping, and storage assets. Develop growth and capacity plans Contribute to the development of system masterplans. Contribute to asset strategies to deliver the outcomes in the Corporate Plan. Support the development of Asset Management Policies and contribute to the Strategic Asset Management Plan. Contribute to the development and maintenance of the asset management system. Selection Criteria   Your application must clearly demonstrate how you meet the following criteria: Tertiary qualifications in Engineering or a related field Demonstrated water and wastewater engineering knowledge, preferably with experience in the water utility sector or similar. Demonstrated experience in contemporary asset management, preferably within the water industry, developing strategies and plans that balance performance, cost and risk to customer service levels. Why join the TasWater Team? TasWater strongly believe that it is our people who play a big role in helping TasWater achieve our vision of a sustainable water future. At TasWater we look for highly talented and motivated people whose values align with our own. As a TasWater team member you can look forward to working in an exciting and stimulating work environment which changes daily. We believe in promoting a culture that encourages productive behaviours and give our team members an opportunity to contribute to a sustainable future. TasWater provide and encourage our people to take part in comprehensive training and career development with a focus on innovative thinking. We understand that a work life balance in today's climate is important, offer flexible working arrangements and consider health and safety to be our number one priority. How to apply? Visit our website, download a copy of the position description and review the selection criteria against your skills and experience. Click on "Apply Now"  and attach your covering letter, a statement addressing the selection criteria and a copy of your resume. For further information about this role please contact David Graham, Manager Asset Strategy, at Applications close 12 noon on 5 April 2018.
TasWater Hobart TAS, Australia Full time
Mar 02, 2018
Want a rewarding career path with opportunity to work across a variety of industry teams? A career at IPART (the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal) is a rewarding opportunity for people who take pride in promoting the ongoing interests of consumers, taxpayers and citizens of NSW. We are located in the Sydney CBD, just a two minute walk from central station. Our teams operate within two core areas; Regulation and Compliance, and Economics and Pricing. We have a number of Analyst roles suited to those interested in developing their career as regulatory professionals or economics and pricing specialists. We are seeking candidates with a variety of backgrounds including those who have experience in economics, pricing, engineering, energy, water, transport, science, public policy, quantitative analysis or financial analysis. We are currently recruiting in the following teams: Pricing Teams Our pricing teams are responsible for detailed economic and financial analysis and strategic policy advice regarding the water, transport, energy and local government sectors in NSW. Energy Savings Scheme (ESS) ESS creates financial incentives for organisations to invest in energy savings projects in NSW. It places obligations on Scheme Participants to obtain and surrender energy saving certificates. Energy Networks Regulation (ENR) ENR monitors compliance with safety and reliability obligations placed on energy network operators in NSW. Water Regulation and Compliance Our water regulation and compliance teams undertake research and technical analysis of utility licence applications and reviews, monitor compliance and provide policy advice. For more information please visit our website at and click on IPART/About IPART/Employment opportunities Applications close on Monday 19 March 2018  
Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) NSW, Australia Full time