Iluka has an exciting opportunity for a dynamic environmental professional with experience in gaining environmental approvals for new, existing and closure related projects.
We are seeking a suitably qualified and highly motivated environmental professional to join the Environmental Regulations team. Reporting to the Manager Environmental Regulations, the key purpose of the role is to coordinate government approvals processes for new, operating and rehabilitated sites (predominantly in Western Australia).
The Environmental Advisor will be responsible for:
- producing approvals documents, closure plans and completion reports to a high standard;
- coordinating Government approvals processes for identified projects;
- coordinating environmental studies, evaluating environmental impacts and designing mitigating strategies; and
- working collaboratively with the Rehabilitation and Closure team, operations and project teams.
The successful candidate will have:
- excellent written and verbal communication skills;
- high attention to detail and strong analytical and problem solving skills;
- experience in the environmental mining area;
- experience in preparing regulatory applications to a very high standard and proven knowledge of and experience with relevant State & Federal Government environmental and planning legislation;
- the ability to manage technical specialist consultants;
- a degree in Environmental Science or equivalent; and
- a valid Australian C Class Drivers Licence.
The location for this position is at Iluka’s head office in Perth, Western Australia. Travel to project locations and Government offices within Australia is a requirement.
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Applications close: 23 May 2019
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