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Director Stakeholder Relations and Strategy

The Director Stakeholder Relations and Strategy will provide high level strategic state-wide expertise, advice and situational analysis to the Minister and (DEDJTR) senior executives on the changing nature of stakeholders in the mining, extractives and petroleum industries both locally and across the state; their expectations of a regulator; and strategies to effectively engage with communities. The Director Stakeholder Relations and Strategy will also be responsible for ensuring systems and practices are in place to meaningfully engage with communities and other stakeholders, ensuring…

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General Manager Mine Fire and Emergency

The General Manager, Mine Fire and Emergency (MFE) leads the MFE Unit within the Earth Resources Regulation Branch (ERR) of the Department of Economic Development, Jobs Transport and Resources (DEDJTR). ERR is responsible for regulating exploration and development of Victoria’s extractive, mineral, petroleum and geothermal energy resources. The Branch administers Victorian legislation and regulations to ensure that earth resources operations meet community expectations and regulatory standards including identifying and managing the risk of mine fires. The successful applicant will…

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Director, Facilities Management

strategic leadership role help shape the City’s future use of facilities & assets The City of Launceston is Tasmania’s largest council, providing services and facilities to a population of 67,000 within a municipality of 1,400 square kilometres. The Council is successfully pursuing its strategic goals, supporting the city’s transition into a regional city for the future and facilitating major investment and development. The Inveresk Precinct, activated by the exciting University of Tasmania Inner City…

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Manager Technical Services

An exciting time in this City’s development Strategic role - broad scope for leadership & influence The City of Launceston is Tasmania’s largest council, providing services and facilities to a population of 67,000 within a municipality of 1,400 square kilometres. The Council is successfully pursuing its strategic goals, supporting the city’s transition into a regional city for the future and facilitating major investment and development. Its approach to regionally significant infrastructure and transport is of strategic importance and will form a key part of…

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