The NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) is the state‘s primary environmental regulator. We work to protect our community and the environment. Our vision is for New South Wales to have a healthy environment, healthy community and healthy business. We lead in protecting our air, waterways, land and the health of the community for the future. We work with communities, government and business to reduce impacts on our environment. We hold people and organisations to account through licensing, monitoring, regulation and enforcement.
The EPA is currently offering a range of opportunities to work with highly skilled and dedicated professional staff to continue to improve the way advice on air, water and noise pollution is incorporated into the EPA’s work.
The opportunities include team leaders, principal advisors and senior advisors and advisors across air, noise and water pollution areas. We are looking for leaders and future leaders with technical expertise in assessing and managing air, water and noise pollution matters. The roles are part of the Technical Assessments and Advice Section which works collaboratively across the EPA to provide technical advice and support services for the EPA’s regulatory and operational functions. The section:
We are looking for people who can develop innovative and imaginative solutions to complex, unusual or controversial issues and work collaboratively with the EPA’s operational officers to protect the community and environment.
The opportunities include the following roles (with links to I Work for NSW):
Experience and qualifications vary with each position, but you will have a current career in air, noise, water pollution or environmental management and have experience assessing and managing the impacts of pollution on the environment and community. You will have a proven track record in working collaboratively across multidisciplinary teams to find solutions to complex environmental issues. You will bring excellent problem-solving skills and sound technical judgement. Most importantly, you will have a desire to show technical leadership in a regulatory environment by providing well-judged advice, working on innovative solutions to complex issues and developing training and operational guidance for use both across the EPA and externally.
Applications close on 7 April 2019.
For more details visit I Work for NSW
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Mark Gifford, AELERT Chair, Acting Chair and CEO NSW Environment Protection Authority
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