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The Environmental Jobs Network

The Environmental Jobs Network has been Australia's leading resource for environmental
employment, education and events since 2001. We are dedicated to providing a website where
employers, educators and organizations can share valuable information with people seeking to
enter the industry and those already with it.

Find an environmental job suited to your skills and qualifications

Advertise enviro jobs or search our website for environmental jobs in Australia or overseas. We have environmental employment opportunities for professionals, graduates and volunteers. We list nrm jobs, green jobs, water jobs, conservation jobs, wildlife jobs, sustainability jobs and enviro jobs throughout Australia. We also list international jobs for those interested in a green career outside of the jobs in Australia we advertise. Whether its environment jobs in Australia you seek or international environmental jobs our advertised environmental and sustainability positions may have the ideal part-time or full-time job for you to start or enhance your green career in Australia or internationally.

Use our free resources pages to help start, or build a career in the environmental industry

Click here for further resources to help you develop your environmental career. This section includes free publications such as salary surveys and environmental career profiles information. In this resources area, we also list useful environmental websites and networks to help you start on the right path. There's also information for environmental graduates and pointers for volunteering in the environmental sector. The details of our recommended environmental recruitment agency are also in this section.


Courses focused on joining the industry or enhancing your existing environmental knowledge

This is our environmental education section. Advertise or search for environmental courses. These courses are suitable for both undergraduate and postgraduate students.

Events that can help with networking, employment prospects and knowledge of the industry

We are an environmental events advertiser.Find events related to employment, education, environmental training or networking. Some of these events require payment but some are free to attend.


Reviews on environmental jobs network

Sally Cave - Operation Wallecea
‘We recently used EJN's job advertising service. Through this advertising, we ending up hiring 2 employees and both were fantastic. We shall certainly continue to use EJN to advertise our positions in the future'.
Jasmin Porter - JBS&G
'JBS&G have been advertising with Environmental Jobs Network for the last couple of years. They have helped us fill at least 10 positions from graduate scientist through to senior PMs. Applicants generally have a strong environmental background with appropriate university qualifications. Environmental Jobs Network is very easy to work with and have a fast turnaround in getting advertisements up. When we need to make changes or extend the ad, they make it easy and things are fixed in no time. We will definitely be using them in the future'




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Advertise your vacancy with Australia's leading environmental jobs advertiser. Only $100+GST includes website, newsletter & social media exposure.




Advertise with Australia's leading advertiser for environmental courses. Only $250+GST per year. Includes website, newsletter and social media exposure.

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