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We are currently looking for a Built Environment Sustainability Scorecard (BESS) Technical Analyst.
Built Environment Sustainability Scorecard (BESS) Technical Analyst
This position is funded by the members of the Council Alliance for a Sustainable Built Environment (CASBE) and supported by the MAV.
CASBE is an association of Victorian councils committed to the creation of a more sustainable built environment both within and beyond their municipalities.
The Built Environment Sustainability Scorecard (BESS) is an online sustainable design tool purpose built for assessing the environmental performance of buildings at the planning permit stage. BESS has been developed by CASBE to support the Sustainable Design Assessment in the Planning Process framework.
This position would be ideal for someone with a passion for a sustainable built environment. You will analyse the needs of BESS users and support the delivery of technical outcomes to deliver these needs. You will have an ability to understand processes, communication and problem solving skills, as well as an understanding of Excel and web-based IT systems.
The package for this one day per week position is between $86,500 - $91,500 per annum + 9.5% super (pro-rata), depending on experience and qualifications. The position is for a 12 month contract with the possibility of contract renewal. Secondments will be considered.
Please submit a CV and cover letter addressing the selection criteria.
Applications close Tuesday 23 April at 5:00pm.
Enquiries to Natasha Palich 9667 5561 (Mondays & Wednesdays) or email@example.com
Why work for us
The Municipal Association of Victoria is the peak representative and lobbying body for Victoria's 79 councils. We were formed in 1879 and the Municipal Association Act 1907 appointed the MAV the official voice of local government in Victoria.
Today, we are a driving and influential force behind a strong and strategically positioned local government sector. Our role is to represent and advocate the interests of local government, lobby for a 'fairer deal' for councils, raise the sector's profile, ensure its long-term security and provide policy advice, strategic advice, capacity building programs and insurance services to local government.
We value diversity and employ young people, mature-age workers, working parents, people with disabilities, and people from Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander and non-English speaking backgrounds.
Our motto is 'pro bono publico' – for the public good. Through our activities, we improve the lives of all Victorians and you can help us in our valuable work.
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