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The City of Onkaparinga to the south of Adelaide is looking for artists with an interest in climate change to apply for its Climate Change Contemporary Artists Residency. Each year, the council offers eight site-responsive artist in residency occupancies to selected contemporary artists working in any medium. As a new endeavour, in 2018-19, two of the successful artists will have the opportunity to be embedded within the sustainability team. The council say it has been working for many years to prepare for changes to the climate, and the artists will be able to collaborate with diverse staff including senior strategic planners, engineers, community relations staff, natural resource managers and biodiversity specialists. Staff will help translate technical data used to plan for climate change, such as urban heat mapping, flood mapping, 3D coastal modelling, tree canopy mapping and more. The council said the way the data was currently mapped was “surprisingly beautiful in its own right” and staff were excited about “sharing it with artists, exchanging ideas, learning from each other, and discovering how the artists will respond”. All residencies conclude with a supported exhibition hosted at Sauerbier House.

TAFE NSW is hiring a Sydney-based Sustainability and Environmental Specialist responsible for supporting the TAFE NSW Property and Logistics portfolio in achieving sustainable practice and environmental management objectives by driving the planning and delivery of sustainability strategies, programs and initiatives in a strategic and commercial manner.

PwC is looking for a Brisbane-based Senior Consultant – Infrastructure Advisory. The role will include advising public and private sector clients on complex infrastructure projects and service arrangements, across a broad range of sectors including transport, waste and utilities, health, education and tourism.

AECOM is after a Sydney-based Senior Consultant – Sustainability & Resilience. Reporting to the Workgroup Manager – Impact Assessment and Permitting, you will primarily assist with stakeholder engagement and report writing aspects of multiple concurrent sustainability and resilience projects of varying size and complexity.

CBRE is hiring a Sydney-based Senior NABERS Assessor with demonstrated experience within a large office and industrial portfolio in delivering NABERS assessments.

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