Recent Industry Jobs

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Postdoctoral Scientist and Small Animal Surgeon

Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute

Location: NSW - Darlinghurst
Closing: 23 September 2016

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Service Delivery Manager

The University of Sydney

Location: NSW - Sydney
Closing: 05 September 2016

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Manager - Organisational Development

Central Highlands Water

Location: VIC - Wendouree
Closing: 20 September 2016

Published on: GreenCareer

Professor, Population Oral Health

The University of Sydney

Location: NSW - Sydney
Closing: 18 September 2016

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Executive Director, Allied Health

SA Health

Location: SA - Adelaide
Closing: 03 September 2016

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Director Strategic Procurement & Contract Services

Fire & Rescue NSW

Location: NSW - Greenacre
Closing: 04 September 2016

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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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The Federal Government says it has the education sector’s support for efforts to improve admissions.

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Airservices Australia says investigators are assessing the impact of toxic firefighting chemicals at airports nationwide.

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Queensland Government officials are working desperately to avoid letting massive mine storage ponds leak heavy metals into the Murray-Darling system.

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Parts of rural NSW are having their water restrictions removed and desalination plant turned off.

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Experts estimate the Great Artesian Basin contributes over $12 billion to the Australian economy each year.

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The Australian Institute of Marine Rescues (AIMR) says shark nets and drum lines are indiscriminately killing marine life within protected areas.

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New appointments to a backbench environment committee are causing a stir.

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Researchers say chimpanzees are five times more likely to cooperate than compete.

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Geo-scientists say it is possible to measure greenhouse gas emissions from power plants by checking the grass outside.

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Courses & Education

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Several full ($11,500) and half ($5,000) scholarships. Apply by 15 September 2016. Designed for emerging water leaders at the project to middle management level, the IWC Water Leadership Program helps participants to develop the abilities they need to exert influence, drive change and advance challenging integrated water management projects.

Scholarships available only for domestic candidates: Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents and New Zealand citizens. Full-tuition scholarships for part-time/distance or full-time study of the MIWM program at The University of Queensland (UQ). Apply by 1 November 2016. The International WaterCentre (IWC) is currently offering several scholarships for water professionals in Australia to study the Master of Integrated Water Management next year.

Remaining Courses for 2016 are filling fast register now Module E: Risk Based Site Assessment 14 - 16 September Module F: Remediation Principles and Closure 9 – 11 November

Recently Bioswales, Bioretention Ponds and Rain Gardens have been constructed primarily for treating urban stormwater and for landscaping enhancements. Naturally, these new-look urban wetlands require careful design, effective construction, appropriate planting and continued maintenance. If you want to embrace these challenges and learn more about the latest concepts, techniques and tools around these systems, this two-day workshop is just for you.

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