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Title:

Manager, Climate Change and Environment

Advertiser:

City of Greater Bendigo

Location:

Bendigo, Victoria

  • Full-time, 5 Year Contract
  • Lead a newly established work unit
  • Rewarding role in a contemporary, thriving regional centre

In this newly established work unit, Climate Change and Environment takes a leadership role in ensuring the delivering of integrated policy, strategy, projects, programs and infrastructure across the organisation and in partnership with government agencies, Traditional Owners and the wider community.

We are seeking a highly motivated, experienced, values driven professional to lead the unit. Focus areas include strategic management of energy and water, climate change mitigation and adaptation, environmentally sustainable design, biodiversity and urban cooling, and a sustainable resource recovery future through a circular economy approach

As the successful applicant, you will have substantial knowledge and experience in climate change and the environment with a demonstrated high level of managerial and leadership experience. You will be innovative, strategic, have an ability to develop and deliver high quality services and programs and provide support to staff in a demanding environment with conflicting demands. Outstanding interpersonal skills and sound financial management experience are essential to this role.

A satisfactory Police Record Check and Working with Children Check is required for this position.

The City of Greater Bendigo is a proactive and dynamic employer, delivering more than 100 services and working with our community to be Australia's most liveable regional city. The City is a dynamic, proactive, equal opportunity employer that encourages applications from people with diverse cultural backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people of all abilities. The City has zero tolerance for child abuse and adheres to the Victorian Child Safe Standards and related legislation.

How to apply:

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Date published:

22-Jul-2021

Closing date:

10-Aug-2021