Recent Industry Jobs

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Parks Assets and Services Manager

City of Sydney

Location: NSW - Sydney
Closing: 01 March 2017

Published on: GreenCareer

Manager Strategic Planning - Water Business Unit

Gympie Regional Council

Location: QLD - Gympie
Closing: 04 March 2017

Published on: GreenCareer

Manager Customer and Commercial Services - Water Business Unit

Gympie Regional Council

Location: QLD - Gympie
Closing: 04 March 2017

Published on: GreenCareer

Manager Asset Strategy

TasWater

Location: TAS
Closing: 28 February 2017

Published on: GreenCareer

Coastal Biogeochemical Modeller

Australian Institute of Marine Science

Location: QLD - Townsville
Closing: 13 March 2017

Published on: GreenCareer

Ecosystem Modeller - Cumulative Impacts

Australian Institute of Marine Science

Location: QLD - Townsville
Closing: 13 March 2017

Published on: GreenCareer

Latest Industry News

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Ethicists have warned other countries against taking on Australia’s abusive immigration system. The system’s lack of transparency perpetuates ongoing human rights abuses and what is effectively the torture of asylum seekers in remote offshore detention centres, they argue.

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South Australia has launched a $140 million flood mitigation plan for Adelaide.

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The Immigration Department has been criticised for a $255 million plan to move public servants to a new office ten minutes away.

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Unions and business leaders have responded to last week’s penalty rate cuts.

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A new urine test for motor neurone disease could lead to improved treatments.

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The Queensland Government has been slammed for appointing an Adani director to oversee the Abbot Point coal port.

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Australian engineers have built an advanced microscope that can film neurons firing in living animals.

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Two major Australian IT providers are looking at a merger.

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The insurance industry has become the latest to start using drones.

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Experts say treating the ice 'epidemic' as a criminal problem rather than a health issue has made it worse.

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Courses & Education

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Amber Garden
City of Darwin
Senior Advisor, People, Culture & Capability