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Our pick of the jobs this week

Australand has an opening for a NSW-based sustainability manager – development. The position is for a sustainability professional with at least five years’ experience, with the successful candidate responsible for managing and implementing sustainability strategies across development projects.

The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects is seeking expressions of interest for a new creative director for the 2016 International Festival of Landscape Architecture to be held in Canberra in October 2016. The creative directors will develop the content and theme for this international event, which is designed to engage with landscape architects, students, universities, government, the community and public. Individuals, practices, schools of landscape architecture, or collaborative teams are encouraged to apply.

Waverley Council in Sydney is looking for a manager, sustainable communities to drive the implementation of its sustainability engagement program that will progress the Waverley community towards the council’s Environmental Action Plan targets. A practical understanding of behaviour change, community and business engagement will be necessary.

NuvoGroup is looking for a Melbourne-based electrical engineer – sustainability to help with an increased workload in sustainability and solar. The successful applicant will have experience in project management and oversee commercial and industrial sustainability projects including successfully tendering for and winning work.

CBRE is on the hunt for a Sydney-based sustainability analyst with an energy performance focus for a maternity leave contract commencing in August. Key responsibilities will include coordination and management of rating certifications including NABERS and Green Star Performance, overseeing daily energy and water consumption at coverage sites via online energy management systems and conducting Level 1 energy audits.

JLL is hiring a Melbourne-based engineer – sustainability for a 12-month contract. The successful candidate will be based in the Energy and Sustainability Services team and will be responsible for assisting in the delivery of mechanical services projects in Australia.

The University of Technology, Sydney is after an associate professor/professor in sustainability for the UTS Business School. The successful candidate will play an integral role in delivering sustainability education and research at the business school. A PhD in sustainability or a related discipline is required.

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