SA EPA - Team Leader Mining and Environment

12 Aug 2022 9:59 AM | Matthew (Administrator)

Applications close: 25/08/2022 11:00 PM 

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About the Role
The Team Leader Mining and Environment leads a diverse and passionate team of regulatory and technical specialists. Working across South Australia’s industrial radiation, mining and processing of radioactive and non-radioactive ores, extractive and energy resources industries, you will ensure effective control of environmental and radiation risks in ecologically sustainable operations.

You will work with impacted communities, with industry and with other government agencies to achieve positive outcomes. You will ensure that harms from poor air quality, water pollution, noise and radiation are effectively managed by companies. You will provide leadership and mentorship across the team, and work within a co-regulatory environment to deliver EPA objectives.

You will be supported by scientific, technical and policy experts, and build your skills in regulation, engagement, environmental sustainability, radiation safety and leadership.

About the EPA
The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) is South Australia’s independent environment protection regulator. The organisation works to protect, restore and improve the environment through the risk-based regulation of pollution, waste, noise and radiation. EPA works closely with industry, the community and government to protect the unique natural environment while supporting economic growth and improving wellbeing.

The EPA is a highly flexible workplace and encourages an array of flexible working arrangements to ensure a quality work-life balance for staff. 

Essential Qualifications
A degree in science, engineering, medical radiation, or other relevant field.

Remuneration
PO4 ($107,448 - $116,936)

Contract
Ongoing

Enquiries
Daniel Bellifemine
Manager Mining and Radiation
Phone Enquiries: 8204 2146
Email Enquiries: Daniel.Bellifemine@sa.gov.au

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