Recent Industry Jobs

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Accountant

Territory Generation

Location: NT - Darwin
Closing: 06 March 2017

Published on: FinanceCareer

Parks Assets and Services Manager

City of Sydney

Location: NSW - Sydney
Closing: 01 March 2017

Published on: GreenCareer

Manager City Library

City of Darwin

Location: NT - Darwin
Closing: 27 February 2017

Published on: EducationCareer

Manager, Cultural Venues & Programs

City of Sydney

Location: NSW - Sydney
Closing: 27 February 2017

Published on: ExecutiveCareer

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

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.

Published on: HealthCareer

Traditional owners across the Top End say they feel “invisible” without constitutional recognition.

Published on: EducationCareer

Embattled training giant Evocca College is closing more campuses.

Published on: EducationCareer

While it has been 50,000 years since the last Human-Neanderthal mating, we may still be haunted by our ancient predecessors.

Published on: GreenCareer

The ACCC is planning legal action against more private health insurers.

Published on: ExecutiveCareer

One of Australia's largest Indigenous corporations is under special administration after a string of alleged failures.

Published on: ExecutiveCareer

The re-drawing of Queensland’s electoral map could trigger an early election.

Published on: GovernmentCareer - Local

Optimism for future global investment in Australia is weak.

Published on: EngineeringCareer

Major Hunter Valley mine plans have been knocked back again.

Published on: GreenCareer

The resignation of maligned Australia Post CEO Ahmed Fahour yesterday is not the end of the story.

Published on: ExecutiveCareer

Courses & Education

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Make this year different; increase your specialist knowledge and career prospects within the field of environmental management. A Master of Environmental Science provides advanced training in solving the environmental challenges of our time on local to global scales. Our focus is on decision-making and applied problem solving of real world issues such as climate change adaptation and environmental sustainability.

This course will enable you to prepare either an ‘In Accordance - Core’ report, or an ‘In Accordance - Comprehensive’ report using the GRI Standards, launched in October 2016. ZOOiD and the training materials are certified by the Global Reporting Initiative

This GRI Certified course will provide you a practical overview of how to use the new Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Sustainability Reporting Standards. In October 2016, the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), launched the GRI Sustainability Reporting Standards. The new standards are a transition from the GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting framework, and aim to provide a more flexible, more credible, and more future-proof structure for GRI’s reporting standards.

his one-day intensive delivers essential contract management strategies and risk minimisation techniques for private sector managers as well as officers of government departments and agencies. With this knowledge, you can ensure that contracts are managed properly from the outset and remain ahead of potential problems before they arise. You will be provided with the tools to safeguard deliverables and keep them on track at all times. You will also learn to ensure that issues such as delays and other intervening factors which invariably crop up don’t compromise overall contract objectives and key outcomes.

The City of Stonnington have been using CareerSpot for a number of years for advertising job vacancies and couldn’t be happier with the service provided and the traffic generated to our Careers website. The staff are fantastic; every Friday when we advertise they check in to see if we need anything uploaded to CareerSpot and get this organised for us, it’s so simple for organisations! The weekly email distribution and diverse industry job boards means our vacancies are reaching a wide audience of both active and passive candidates.

Kylie Storer
City of Stonnington
HROD Officer