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Senior Environmental Officer (assessments) (709246), Hobart, Nrmjoenvironmental Jobs, Nrm

Published 2022-06-28
Expires 2022-07-28
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Senior Environmental Officer (assessments) (709246), Hobart, Nrmjoenvironmental Jobs, Nrm
Australia, Tasmania, Hobart,
Published June 28, 2022

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Job type: Part time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Senior environmental officer (assessments) (709246)


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The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) is committed to investing in its people to ensure a sustainable and successful organisation through a positive workplace culture and highly capable employees. We are a diverse and inclusive workplace and understand the importance of flexible working arrangements. Talk to us about what flexibility could look like for you.Hours per fortnight73.50 (part time hours, by negotiation).DutiesThe purpose of the role is to work within the statutory framework of the Environmental Management and Pollution Control Act 1994 and the Resource Management and Planning System of Tasmania, to co-ordinate and undertake environmental assessment of environmentally relevant activities, to undertake policy research, analysis, development and review, and to contribute to the maintenance of an effective environmental policy and legislative framework.Essential RequirementsAs a result of a risk assessment process the Head of Agency gave consideration to where vaccination is a necessary control to protect the health and safety of workers and the community and therefore it has been determined that prior to appointment to these duties a person to is to provide evidence that they are vaccinated against the disease known as COVID-19.Desirable RequirementsA degree in Science, Engineering, Environmental Studies or related field, or an equivalent qualification from a recognised tertiary institution.Detailed understanding of environmental management as related to one or more of the following industry categories would be considered advantageous: mining, wood processing, extractive industries, heavy industry, food & textiles processing, wastewater treatment, solid waste management, or renewable energy.An understanding of relevant Commonwealth environmental legislation is desirable.A current motor vehicle driver's licence.nrmjobs.com.au/job/20013280

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    Hobart ( (listen)) is the capital and most populous city of the Australian island state of Tasmania. Home to almost half of all Tasmanians, it is the least-populated Australian state capital city, and second-smallest if territories are taken into account, after Darwin, Northern Territory. Hobart is located in Tasmania's south-east on the estuary of the River Derwent, making it the most southern of Australia's capital cities. Its skyline is dominated by the 1,271-metre (4,170 ft) kunanyi/Mount Wellington, and its harbour forms the second-deepest natural port in the world, with much of the city's water front consisting of reclaimed land. The metropolitan area is often referred to as Greater Hobart, to differentiate it from the City of Hobart, one of the five local government areas that cover the city. It has a mild maritime climate. The city lies on country which was known by the local Mouheneener people as nipaluna, a name which includes surrounding features such as kunanyi/Mt. Wellington and timtumili minanya (River Derwent). Prior to British settlement, the land had been occupied for possibly as long as 35,000 years by the semi-nomadic Mouheneener people, a sub-group of the Nuennone, or "South-East tribe".Founded in 1804 as a British penal colony, Hobart is Australia's second-oldest capital city after Sydney, New South Wales. Whaling quickly emerged as a major industry in the area, and for a time Hobart served as the Southern Ocean's main whaling port. Penal transportation ended in the 1850s, after which the city experienced periods of growth and decline. The early 20th century saw an economic boom on the back of mining, agriculture and other primary industries, and the loss of men who served in the world wars was counteracted by an influx of immigration. Despite the rise in migration from Asia and other non-English speaking regions, Hobart's population remains predominantly ethnically Anglo-Celtic, and has the highest percentage of Australian-born residents among Australia's capital cities.Today, Hobart is the financial and administrative hub of Tasmania, serving as the home port for both Australian and French Antarctic operations and acting as a tourist destination, with over 1.192 million visitors in 2011–12. Well-known drawcards include its convict-era architecture, Salamanca Market and the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), the Southern Hemisphere's largest private museum.

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