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Environmental Jobs Network- Networking Workshop

Posted in Events by Ferne Edwards on May 22nd, 2009

Everyone telling you the importance of networking if you want to find a great job? Would you like some tips from the best on how to feel confident and what to say? Come to the EJN networking workshop where we give you handy insights and skills into the wonderful world of networking. Informal, relaxed atmosphere. Entertaining practice exercises. Mark Garbelotto will take you through some of the basic skills of networking and will have you walking away a little more relaxed and knowledgeable about it all.

When: Wednesday 10th June at 6.15 – 8.00
Where: Imperial Hotel, Top floor, Cnr Bourke & Spring Streets, Melbourne CBD
Cost: $25 (finger food supplied, attendees purchase own drinks)

Put your skills into practice after, with a drink or meal in the bar and bistro downstairs.

Contact Details: Tracey Skinner, ECO Coordinator,
Ph: 9249 1802 / 0425 771 413

Environmental Careers Introductory Workshop

Posted in Events by Ferne Edwards on May 12th, 2009

Ever wondered how to get a foot in the door of the environmental industry? What roles you could do? Where to go to find opportunities? Environmental Jobs Network (EJN) & Principal Consulting have teamed up to bring you the answers to all your questions in a series of Environmental Careers Workshops!

The Environmental Career Workshop has been developed by recruitment and career development specialists and is aimed at graduates / soon to be graduates and careers changers to provide advice how to get you started in the environmental industry! These exciting workshops are jam-packed with advice to get you started in the environmental industry. So come and join us for the session which includes:
What is an Environmental Job group discussion.
Career Development Cycle Presentation
Sharing the frustrations in securing employment
Strategies to overcome frustrations group work and discussion
Your top tip from the evening
Q & A with recruitment and career professionals from the environment industry

Stick around afterwards for finger food and an opportunity to make connections with other individuals interested in this exciting sector. Cover charge includes the EnviroPLUCK DVD, packed with career advice & information, hints and secrets.

Date: Wednesday, 20th May, 2009
Time: 6:15pm-8pm
Where:. East Melbourne Library, 122 George Street, East Melbourne
Cost: $55 inclusive of GST

Places are strictly limited and going fast!

*Email to book your place*

Cultivating Community is seeking a new Chief Executive Officer

Posted in Seeking by Virginia on May 12th, 2009

Cultivating Community is Victoria’s leading supplier of community garden and urban agriculture services. Over the last 19 years it has grown from a volunteer based organisation to a fully funded agency with a reputation for delivering high quality, engaging and ground breaking programs.They are now seeking a new Chief Executive Officer to continue this great work and grow this groundbreaking organisation.

Contact ben@ for more details.

Alexi Lynch and The Environmental Jobs Network at the Sustainable Cities Round Table

Posted in SCRT Videos, Sustainable Cities Round Tables by Ferne Edwards on September 2nd, 2008

Alexi Lynch, Co-founder, The Environmental Jobs Network, spoke about “Environmental Jobs – Uncovering Your Green Collar” at the recent Sustainable Cities Round Table on Sustainable Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 12 August. His topic raised the emergence of new services, products and industries arising from climate change – one of which is the green job services that have been created to address it. The Environmental Jobs Network (EJN) is Australia’s leading online resource for environmental job seekers, professionals and career changers. It offers a comprehensive website where job seekers and employers could share valuable information on environmental organizations, education, careers and jobs. To find out more about EJN visit their website at Alexi’s presentation at the Sustainable Cities Round Table can be viewed below.