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Our environment Your future
Industrial premises can produce significant benefits for our society but they also have the potential to pollute or otherwise impact on the quality of our air, land or water. The Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC) is responsible for regulating industrial emissions and discharges to the environment through a works approval and licensing process.
We have recently been through a period of reform and re-structure. The Industry Regulation Licensing Branch (IRLB) was formed in January 2012 as the platform for implementing our industry regulation strategic plan that sets out how we will continue on our journey of reform and details the steps we must take to achieve our vision.
To ensure our success we are recruiting to fill positions across all levels within the IRLB. Working in the IRLB means you can really make a difference and help to deliver outcomes that benefit our environment. The full range of job opportunities we have available are as follows:
Position: Sector Manager – Process Industries
Web Search No: DEC3090403
Level/Salary: Specified Calling Level 4, $108,304 - $116,080 pa
If you would like to join us on our exciting journey and have the relevant experience we want to hear from you.
DEC supports its staff with comprehensive training, safety and support programs and career development opportunities, as well as through promoting teamwork and flexibility within our workforce.
For specific Inquires: Please contact Tony Wynne on Ph: (+618) 6467 5233 or Ruth Dowd on (+618) 6467 5298
Closing date: Monday, 14 May 2012 at 12 Noon (WST)