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Team Leader Integrated Assessments


DCCEEW - Environment & Heritage Group


Lidcombe, NSW

Salary etc:

$134,445 - $148,168 p.a. + super. Ongoing, Full-time.



  • Ongoing full-time opportunity.
  • Lidcombe based role, flexible working arrangement available.
  • Salary relative to experience, and ranges from $134,445 to $148,168 + super.

The Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water is currently seeking to appoint a Team Leader Integrated Assessments to join our Environment & Heritage Group division.

Within the Estuaries and Catchments teams, the Team Leader drives the design and delivery of Water Wetlands and Coastal Science programs and strategies to internal and external customers in line with priorities in EHG science and knowledge programs. The team has a focus on the development and delivery of decision support tools and frameworks that guide management and policy decision related top waterways and catchment management .

About You

To be successful in this role, you must have:

  • Demonstrated ability to develop individual and team capability maximizing opportunities for collaboration and delivering customer focused results from science programs.
  • Demonstrated ability to establish and foster relationships with peers including in government agencies and external clients and collaborators to deliver science programs.
  • Demonstrate experience in project management and implementation of processes that improve productivity, encourage innovation, develop teamwork and enhance the delivery of science.
  • A scientific degree in a relevant field and/or demonstrated experience developing and leading rigorous, discrete, science programs in a relevant scientific discipline.

About Us

The Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW) works to protect the state's environment and heritage. It leads the way on climate change, driving the sustainable transition to a net zero economy, powered by affordable, reliable, and clean energy.

DCCEEW conserves and protects the state's natural environment. It manages the NSW national park estate, including its rich and diverse biodiversity and Aboriginal cultural heritage for future generations.

DCCEEW also ensures sustainable management of water resources across the state, to support the environment, communities and industry.

We acknowledge the ongoing custodial responsibilities of the Aboriginal peoples of NSW to care for Country and water and are committed to establishing meaningful partnerships with Aboriginal peoples in the management of the environment.


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