eFlash #541

eFlash #541

eFlash #541
Date: 29-Jun-2022

In this edition: Gympie Regional Conference – Registrations Close this Friday!| Position Available – Department of Environment & Science

1. Gympie Regional Conference – Registrations Close this Friday!

Registrations close this Friday for the Gympie Reginal Conference. Register now!

This is our last Regional Conference for 2022. Don’t miss your last chance to attend!

The conference will be held on Wednesday 13th & Thursday 14th July, kindly hosted by Gympie Regional Conference.

There will be a site tour taking place on Wednesday 13th July in the afternoon. The site tour will be themed around Gympie floods including management and recovery. In conjunction with the Wide Bay Burnett Urban Water Alliance, we are aiming to sponsor the attendance of a number of current university students with potential interest in the water sector, with a specific session at the event devoted to careers.

Following the site tour there will be a network dinner taking place at The Bunker Smokehouse & Bar at 6pm.

The full day conference will take place on Thursday 14th July at The Pavilion Conferences & Reception

To see the program for the conference, please visit our event website.

Due to the floods earlier in the year, accommodation could be a challenge due the number of contractors currently assisting with repairs in the area so please arrange your accommodation as soon as possible.

Thank you to our sponsors Grenof, WAGNERS, GanDen, Royce Water Technology, Simmonds & Bristow, Endress+Hauser, McBerns, Taggle and Xylem for supporting our upcoming conference.

Please contact Naomi Carragher if you are interested in sponsoring this event.

2. Position Available – Department of Environment & Science

Project Extension Officer (Full-Time Permanent)

The Department of Environment and Science (DES) have recently established an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Council Engagement Program following a collaborative process with Queensland's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Councils to co-design a 5-step program to reframe the regulatory relationship.

This program will be underpinned by the establishment and maintenance of a regulatory relationship that enables positive environmental outcomes, protection of cultural and spiritual values and healthier communities by being fit for purpose, fit for place and fit for people.

DES are looking for someone who not only brings their own experience to the role but also their own values. Your contribution will count, and so will you.

To find out more about the role, click here.

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