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Jobs news: Community Housing Limited, Deloitte, Urbis

Dr Lucy Burgmann

Sustainability job salaries are fairly even across the various states and territories, according to a report by Talent Nation.

The Fifth Estate covered this report last month, pointing to the high salaries of women compared to men in sustainability roles. What wasn’t touched on was how these salaries differ according to jurisdiction.

Although the differences in salary according to location aren’t huge, Queensland and Western Australia paid the highest salaries in the environment category due to the number of high paying jobs in the mining and meals sectors.

In the sustainability category, New South Wales came out on top followed by Victoria, largely due to the density of generous senior roles located in head offices in Sydney and Melbourne.

In recent job movements, Dr Lucy Burgmann will take on the Community Housing Limited’s newly created role of h country manager.

Dr Burgmann has over two decades of experience in the sector. She’s been heading up CHL’s NSW state operations since 2016.

She has over two decades of experience working across the community, public and private sectors, including senor roles at Elton Consulting and the NSW Federation of Housing Associations.

Deloitte has selected Will Rayward-Smith, former clean technology leader at Laing O’Rourke, as its new director, energy transition & renewables.

He’s also been the general manager of SunSHIFT, which provides pre-fabricated modular and movable solar power plants.

Arcadis has appointed Harry Fernandez as a technical director, energy & resources, based in Brisbane. He was formerly at Cardno as director of energy services in the APAC region.

Bruce Colman has left the public sector to join Urbis as director. He will be based in the Parramatta office and focus on the growth and development of Western Sydney.

He was previously with the NSW Department of Planning Industry and Environment for almost 13 years, including his most recent role as director of land release.

Mr Colman has also worked at WSP, the Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority and ERM in the nineties.

Aurecon’s Jake Williams has taken a job at JLL as energy & sustainability services manager. He was formerly a renewable energy consultant at the engineering services firm. Early in his career he was an electrical engineer at a mining and resources company.

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