FREE ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES
Over the years EJN has developed a number of free resources that people looking for different environmental jobs and career paths can benefit from.
There are publications on environmental career paths, salaries and environmental jobs profiles in a guide, leaflet and poster format that you may find useful. You can learn about the different environmental jobs and career paths that exist so you can make decisions about which direction to take and the different options that are out there.
Although some of these guides were produced a few years ago, they are still very useful to assist with decisions when embarking on a career in the environmental industry.
This is because each report builds on the last. For example, The 2010 Guide to Environmental Careers in Australia updates and builds on the 2004 Guide to Environmental Careers in Australia.
Also, to help you learn about and access the networks and information you should find useful in finding and developing your green career, we list a number of networks and websites that you can access.
This section of our website also contains information about Environmental Graduates, Environmental Apprenticeships, Environmental Volunteering, Environmental Consultancies and Environmental Recruitment Agencies
As part of research associated with Education for Sustainability at RMIT University, RMIT in conjunction with EJN and the Centre for Sustainability Leadership has produced a new guide to environmental careers in Australia. This updates and builds on the 2010 Guide to Environmental Careers in Australia as grouping of these career profiles has followed the categorisation that had been developed within ‘The Guide to Environmental Careers in Australia, 2010’. This 2010 guide provided a base for the 2016 survey and can be found on our publications page. These resources provide helpful information about environmental careers in Australia. Reading this report will allow you to learn exactly what people do day to day in the various environmental sustainability careers options.
Your CV is the document that determines whether an employer calls you for an interview, so it is a very important document.
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This program consists of: