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Momentum Energy appoints Amy Childs as new MD

Amy Childs has been appointed managing director of Tasmanian-owned energy provider, Momentum Energy. Joining the company in 2016 as general manager sales and marketing, Ms Childs has been acting in…

Malcolm McDowall to head up Arcadis Australia Pacific

Malcolm McDowall to head up Arcadis Australia Pacific

Malcolm McDowall has been appointed Australia Pacific chief executive officer at Arcadis after 18 years with the design and consultancy firm. He replaces Greg Steele, who was recently appointed Asia Pacific group executive…

Our pick of the jobs & life after coal

Our pick of the jobs & life after coal

As Australia transitions out of coal and into clean energy it’s time to think of the future for the 8000 workers currently employed in Australia’s coal-fired power industry, plus the estimated 18,000 jobs dependent on the sector.

Australian Passive House Association: Chief Executive Officer

The Australian Passive House Association (APHA) seeks an enthusiastic candidate with excellent leadership and management skills and strong knowledge of Passive House Certification to perform a range of duties that will grow our organisation.

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NettZero: Sustainability Engineer

Due to an exciting growth period, NettZero now has an opportunity for an experienced Sustainability Engineer to join their busy team in Sydney on a full-time basis.

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Megan Motto heads to Governance Institute

Megan Motto has left Consult Australia where she’s been chief executive officer since 2005. Her new role is as CEO of the Governance Institute of Australia. Governance Institute President, Warren…

John Nesbitt appointed non-executive director at Evolve Housing

Not-for-profit community housing provider Evolve Housing has appointed a new non-executive director, John Nesbitt. Evolve Housing is an Australian Community Housing Provider with over 3400 properties under management in NSW.…

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Our pick of the jobs: Hydrogen economy to create 2800 jobs

Last week we learnt that almost 10,000 jobs had been created in Australia’s renewable energy industry from the 69 wind and solar plants that are currently being built. But there’s another job-creating clean energy alternative on the rise: renewable hydrogen.