Exciting opportunity to join our leading Sustainability Services team to lead energy and sustainability behaviour change programmes across the University. You will oversee the University’s Energy Management System and support the delivery of energy, carbon and water reduction projects in support of the University’s ambitious sustainability targets. Click here to apply. Closing Date: 27th August 2018
The EAUC has a network of talented and committed sustainability professionals. Our association supports and educates sustainability professionals in higher and further education institutions. This allows us to deliver a network of high calibre professionals to fill your vacancies. Not only that, with our Company Members, we can also offer a range of potential candidates with experience and expertise from the private sector.
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Opportunities for Sustainability and Environment-related jobs within the Education sector are increasing as more and more institutions realise the importance of managing the Environment and Sustainability. Listed below are current vacancies, within the tertiary education sector.
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