Exciting New Opportunities in Water Infrastructure and Program Delivery
Department of Industry (View other jobs from this organisation)
The NSW Government recently announced changes to the Safe and Secure Water Program, a $1 billion critical water and sewerage infrastructure program. The program ensures that regional NSW communities have access to high-quality, reliable and affordable water that meets modern environmental and health standards.
To enhance the delivery and success of the program the NSW Department of Industry will be increasing our team of water professionals who partner with local councils and water utilities to solve critical water safety and security issues—whether the solution is new infrastructure, an upgrade or operational maintenance.
Various new opportunities are now available in roles related to:
- program management,
- financial management,
- stakeholder communications,
- urban water policy and planning,
- water and sewage treatment specialists.
Locations include Central West, North Coast, New England, South Coasts, Southern Tablelands, Riverina and Sydney Metropolitan.
Applications close on Sunday 18 November, to find out more go to:
The Department of Industry is committed to ensuring the sector reflects the NSW community it serves.
We promote a flexible and inclusive workplace where staff have access to opportunities and resources at all levels, enabling our team to drive innovation, productivity and the delivery of high-quality services. We welcome and encourage applications from people across our diverse community we are part of. We believe everyone has the right to feel safe, respected, valued and heard regardless of their gender, sexual orientation, ethnic background or disability.
- Closing Date:
- 18 Nov 2018
- NSW - Dubbo
- Work Type:
- Full Time
Change Management/Organisational Development
Communications, Engagement & Facilitation
Consulting, Strategy & Planning
Natural Resource Management
Small Water and Waste Water Systems
Water Management Policy and Law
Water Quality Monitoring and Analysis