Environment Project Officer - Sunshine Coast

As one of Australia's largest local governments and sector leaders, the Sunshine Coast Council is a progressive organisation offering excellent career opportunities.

$76K - $82K pa gross pro-rata (plus benefits)
Temporary Full Time (until June 2016)
Sunshine Coast, Nambour

About the role:
The Environment Project Officer is responsible for providing high level professional and technical support and advice to the Manager, Environment and Sustainability Policy and the delivery of related projects and programs.

About you:
Naturally, you’ll have demonstrated contemporary knowledge of environmental disciplines such as biodiversity, waterways, climate change and sustainability combined with strong project management skills, which will enable you to coordinate the development and delivery of assigned environment policy projects and programs providing best value, innovative and sustainable environmental functions and outcomes.

This position will suit a professional with strong analytical and investigative skills. You will utilise your highly developed interpersonal and communication skills to negotiate and influence desired business outcomes and when building effective, collaborative stakeholder relationships.

Additionally, you will have tertiary qualifications/ accreditations in an environment discipline and extensive relevant experience preferably within a political and policy development environment.

Further, you will have thorough knowledge of relevant legislations, regulations, standards, policies, planning schemes and state government codes as outlined in the Position Profile.

In return, you’ll be working with a progressive organisation which strives to be our best and work as one team to deliver high standards of service excellence.
Plus you’ll enjoy all of the lifestyle benefits the Sunshine Coast has to offer.

How to apply:
For full details regarding this position and the application process, please refer to the

Sunshine Coast Council website.

Applications close 5.00pm
Monday 6 July 2015.
For specific enquiries contact Bill Haddrill on (07) 5441 8170.