The Institute for Sustainable Futures

Ref No. R4103

The Institute for Sustainable Futures is a flagship research institute of the University of Technology, Sydney, conducting applied research and training that facilitates social and institutional change towards sustainability.

As a member of a dedicated and enthusiastic professional team, you will generate and deliver a diverse range of projects on time and within budget. This includes communicating outcomes to industry, government, the public and the research community.

Your formal qualifications (graduate or postgraduate) and/or professional experience will have given you an ability to address complex problems using an interdisciplinary approach. You may have qualifications in economics, finance, public policy, science, engineering, construction or design. You will have a passion for sustainability and a commitment to creating community in our workplace.

In this rewarding and challenging environment, the Institute wishes to immediately appoint to this position and to establish an eligibility list for future appointments. Salary range: $48,888 to $54,082 pa. The University has a salary packaging scheme plus attractive superannuation

Closing date: 10 February 2003 Application

Obtain the selection criteria, which you need to address in your application, from the UTS website: OR phone 02 9514 1087.

To obtain information about the Institute, email, go to:, or contact Janet Ellis on 02 9209 4355.

Applications including details of two referees and quoting the Ref No, should be addressed to:
The Recruitment Officer, University of Technology, Sydney, PO Box 123, Broadway, NSW 2007 or

PERSONAL ASSISTANT / OFFICE MANAGER to Managing Director of Innovative Company

.EcoProperty Pty Ltd seeks a Personal Assistant / Office Manager to work with its Managing Director. Located in its Daylesford, Victoria office.

Working hours are 25-40 hours per week. As an innovative company and member of the Ethical Business Network flexible working hours can be negotiated, including Job Sharing.

A wide range of abilities, skills and experience can be developed and
utilised in this position. A salary package will be negotiated accordingly. Important abilities will be organisational, attention to detail, a commitment to or willingness to learn about ecological sustainability.

Minimum skills will be small business computing, office management and client liaison. Some tasks may also involve assistance with
the management of the recently established ECO Health Centre where the office is located.

Please forward your CV to or post to PAJob PO Box 283 Daylesford Vic 3460.

Receipt of all applications will be acknowledged by email or phone. We
hope to fill this position during February but as it is based in regional
Victoria the closing date is open. Confidentiality is assured and if you prefer to make a phone inquiry first please call Jane MacDiarmid on (03) 5348 1546.

Please note: The Ethical Business Network is not an employment or placement agency, and take no responsibility for the accuracy of the listings. We recommend that applicants contact potential employers to confirm the details of these advertisements.