Coordinator Environment & Sustainability (Ref: 1319)

Employment Details
Closing Date: 16-Jun-2023 04:00 PM

About the position:

The Coordinator Environment & Sustainability will provide technical expertise and effective coordination of the Environment and Sustainability team within the City’s Climate, Environment and Waste branch. This team is responsible for initiating, planning and managing projects and initiatives to improve organisational sustainability outcomes. The position will involve working with all parts of the organisation, external agencies and the community to lead climate change mitigation and adaptation.

Key accountabilities:

  • Lead the City’s climate change mitigation and adaptation programs.
  • Manage relevant employees, contractors and consultants to ensure projects, on-ground works and activities are delivered efficiently and effectively.
  • Provide technical advice in relation to planning and management of coastal and natural environments. Review natural environment and coastal management needs in regard to infrastructure and recreational activities.
  • Develop and maintain innovative policies and strategies for natural environment and coastal management, sustainability, and climate adaptation.
  • Review and comment on development reports and studies related to natural environment, coastal management, sustainability, and climate change.

For further information view the position description: Coordinator Environment & Sustainability (Ref: 1319)

To gain a better understanding of the role, please call Michael Dufour, Manager Climate, Environment & Waste on 08 9956 6624.

Position requirements:

The successful applicant will hold relevant degree in natural resource management, environmental sciences, coastal management, sustainability or equivalent qualification in related field.

They will have comprehensive understanding of current issues related to environmental management and climate change in Western Australia, and a demonstrated ability to lead a team effectively and proven experience in project management related to environment and sustainability. 

Completion of a pre-employment medical including alcohol and other substances testing is required of all positions at the City.

Remuneration and benefits:

A salary starting from $101,409 per annum or $51.36 per hour will be offered dependent on knowledge, skills, experience and qualifications.

Some of the additional benefits of working for the City include:

  • Up to 19.5% Superannuation 
  • 27 Annual Leave days per annum
  • Health & Wellbeing Program
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Career opportunities
  • Study Assistance
  • Centrally located
  • Free parking

Interested in applying?

To be considered for this vacancy, you must include the following documents in your application:

  1. A completed Application Form (to enable the E-Form, save the document to your computer desktop)
  2. A current resume
  3. A document addressing each of the selection criteria outlined in the roles position description (please refer to the Candidate Information Pack for further details)

Applications should be emailed to the Chief Executive Officer at or sent to: City of Greater Geraldton, PO Box 101, Geraldton WA 6531 by 4pm, Friday 16 June 2023.


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