Advert ID: 20009558
Graduate Project Officer
Job Code: ACTGPO21
EnviroCom Australia is seeking a dedicated, creative and highly motivated new team member.
Key duties will include delivery of data collection, environmental education and promotional initiatives. Our ideal candidate will be an environmentally minded creative, who wishes to participate in all aspects of the consultancy’s services while adding a design flair to documents, printed and digital education and behaviour change resources.
The position will be based in Hume, ACT. The position is ideally suited to a graduate wishing to develop a rewarding career within a high-energy team environment.
The preferred applicant will possess qualifications in Environmental Management; Environmental Education, Science, Communications or Graphic Design. A demonstrated interest in community education, behavior change and communication with an interest in waste management and sustainability issues is essential. A willingness to undertake field data collection projects including waste composition audits, in-field inspection of waste bins and other data collection is a critical part of this role.
The position may involve interstate travel from time to time.
An ability to clearly and accurately communicate both verbally and in writing to a range of audiences is essential to the role. Demonstrated time management is essential and willingness and physical capability to undertake waste composition audits and other data collection projects is required.
This position which is located at our Hume office, provides an excellent starting point for the right applicant. The Graduate Program provides twelve months on-job training across all aspects of the business with scope for progression upon completion.
Please note that this is a graduate position (as a starting point) and the salary range will be reflective of this.
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The position description, selection criteria and other information can be found at www.envirocom.com.au and refer to the careers section
Applications must be received by email before 4pm on Monday, 20th September 2021.