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Feb 18, 2019
$116,220 - $136,364 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 SEO2 $116,220 - $136,364 •Full Time (flexible working conditions will be considered) •Exciting opportunity - growth prospects We are excitedly launching a search for a creative and articulate communications professional who will play a key strategic role and lead a small, dynamic team to deliver on a range of communication services. Your passion and personal drive to succeed will see you take ownership, bringing the communications, engagement and branding strategies to life. It goes without saying, you possess outstanding written, verbal and interpersonal skills. With the ability to deliver a high standard consistently, you thrive on staying ahead of the game and keep things fresh with new ideas. Degree qualified in Communications, PR, Education, Science or equivalent complements superior project and stakeholder management experience allowing you to build trusted relationships across the organisation. If this sounds like you, then this an excellent opportunity to have a positive impact and leave your mark on all things communication and engagement. For further information on this position, please contact: Danny Hogan - General Manager Corporate Services - 0458 900 260 Applications close 5pm, Friday 8 March 2019 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
Feb 15, 2019
$86,405 - $96,386 yearly
A unique opportunity exists for a dynamic and experienced engineer to take up this senior position within the Asset Systems Branch at Wannon Water. The successful applicant will lead the team contributing to the enhancement of asset management in water supply and sewerage infrastructure at Wannon Water. The position will mentor and develop people within the branch to continuously improve the way assets are managed in line with the Asset Management Strategy. Applicants will need to demonstrate and possess the following attributes: Strong leadership skills; Highly motivated and enthusiastic; Can work effectively both independently and in a team environment; Excellent interpersonal skills; Strong understanding and experience in the principles of asset management; A tertiary qualification in Civil Engineering (or suitable equivalent); Relevant experience in the water and sewerage sector. This position is located in Warrnambool and offers a salary in the range of $86,405 to $96,386 p.a. plus 9.5% superannuation. Flexibility in working hours to meet family commitments can be considered for the right applicant. All enquiries should be directed to Mr. Aaron Smith (Branch Manager Asset Systems) on telephone (03) 5565 6730 or email: aaron.smith@wannonwater.com.au A position description for this role is available on our website at www.wannonwater.com.au All applications should be submitted via email to : peopleandwellbeing@wannonwater.com.au   Applications close: Sunday 3 March, 2019 Wannon Water embraces all forms of diversity and promotes family friendly working hours and leave arrangements to ensure our workforce is representative of the community that we serve.          
Wannon Water Warrnambool VIC, Australia Full time
Feb 14, 2019
$115,000 - $131,000 yearly
Who Is TasWater? TasWater provides essential water and sewerage services to homes and businesses across Tasmania 24/7/365. Our core business is to provide: The sourcing, treatment and reliable delivery of quality drinking water, and The collection, transportation, treatment and safe return of the wastewater to the environment.   Our vision is to be “a trusted and respected provider of essential services that is making a positive difference to Tasmania”. We do this by living our values and behaviours and making these the foundation of the way we work. The Opportunity You will lead the development of our Asset Management System to ensure the consistent management of water and sewerage network assets. This position provides a dynamic environment that balances long term improvements related to strategic planning and overseeing the asset management system, with the short term needs of water supply security and capital works program planning. There is an opportunity to see real progress through identifying customer needs at the front end of the project lifecycle, and interacting with the new TasWater Capital Delivery Office to see the delivery of infrastructure and the corresponding customer benefit. This position can be located in Hobart, Launceston or Devonport. Key Accountabilities Lead the development and maintenance of the Asset Management System. Develop asset management techniques for determining asset strategy for water, wastewater, network, treatment plant, pumping, and storage assets. Lead the development of Growth and Capacity Plans. Develop the consolidated 10 year Asset Management Plan. Develop asset strategies to deliver the outcomes in the Corporate Plan. Champion and role model the TasWater Values and Behaviours while proactively working to develop a positive culture in the team and the wider business.   Your Application Your application must clearly demonstrate how you meet the selection criteria in the Position Description, summarised as follows:   Tertiary qualifications in Engineering or equivalent competency. Demonstrated experience in developing asset management frameworks and systems (eg. ISO 55000 series or similar). Significant practical experience in developing asset management plans and asset strategies, preferably in the water industry. Proven experience successfully leading and managing a team to achieve department and corporate objectives. Why join the TasWater Team? We recognise that it is our people who play a key role in helping us achieve our vision to be “a trusted and respected provider of essential services that is making a positive difference to Tasmania”. We look for highly talented and motivated people whose values align with our own. You can find out more about our values and what we do at https://www.taswater.com.au/About-Us/Who-is-TasWater-/Who-is-TasWater- You can look forward to working in an exciting, stimulating and innovative workplace that provides a range of opportunities to make a real difference to the community. We 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  https://www.taswater.com.au/About-Us/Careers to find out more about the role and view the position description. For assistance in applying, go to https://www.taswater.com.au/About-Us/Careers/Applying-for-a-position Make sure you follow the instructions in the ‘Your Application’ section above to give yourself the best chance of being selected for interview. Submit your application via the ‘Apply Now’ button in SEEK or send directly to careers@taswater.com.au        For further information about this role please contact Tony Willmott, Department Manager Asset Strategy and Performance, on 03 6237 8528 or tony.willmott@taswater.com.au Applications close 12 noon on 28 February 2019. Applicants must have the right to work in Australia.
TasWater Hobart, Launceston or Devonport Full time
Feb 13, 2019
Leading Industry Association – Water Sector - Mid March start Use your brilliant digital & production skills to drive membership engagement Join a very passionate team dedicated to advancing water sustainability The Australian Water Association is Australia’s biggest water network promoting sustainable water management and connecting our members through three core principles: Information, Networking and Recognition. Our membership base is varied and we operate nationally with an active branch network across Australia. We are looking for an experienced  Digital Produce r to join our marketing team on a  6-month contract , to develop and coordinate the Association’s web presence and deliver web-based projects across a variety of programs. The role Design, develop and maintain all Association websites with a commitment to constant improvement, maintenance of content currency and accuracy Design html newsletters and manage the electronic dissemination of all marketing related programs which includes: Maintain the online document library ensuring all documents are relevant and up to date. Manage the Association’s YouTube channel, uploading and minor video editing. Maintain the Association’s online publication platform ISSUU, including uploading digital/online publications. Assist with social media marketing activities and with graphic design when required at peak times Prepare statistical analysis and reports as required. Success is…. A passion for all things digital! LOVES contributing and being part of a team and having fun! Relevant tertiary quals (i.e. IT/ Web Design/ Digital Marketing) & at least 3-4 years in a similar role. A sound understanding of current web trends and innovations. A good understanding of digital principles & requirements & their relation to user experience Confidence in using content management systems (ideally iMIS RiSE & Drupal) and in building and designing websites Experience in graphic, multimedia & design, using graphic applications such as Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, etc. Experience in coordinating digital marketing campaigns and in digital and social media. Experience in SEO and Google Analytics with excellent analytical/problem solving skills Experience with Kompozer, Worldmerge and Campaign Monitor is a plus Confident, engaging & compelling communications skills. Excellent time management skills, is self-organised & adaptable. Remain calm under pressure, can prioritise and work on multiple & diverse projects. Meticulous and have a great eye for detail.   The Culture:  In joining the Australian Water Association, you will be joining a talented and committed team dedicated to advancing water sustainability across Australia and globally. How to Apply:   Please provide a covering letter that specifically addresses the selection criteria together with your CV to by no later than  Friday 1 st March 2019
Australian Water Assocation St Leonards NSW, Australia Contract