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Avantara Lincoln Park

Development Planner – Flora and Fauna

Lake Macquarie City CouncilSpeers Point, Newcastle, Maitland & Hunter NSW
  • $88475 to $102823 annually
  • Full-time

Join our supportive team and contribute to balanced outcomes for the environment and the development community!

  • Build and strengthen relationships with our development community and be part of the development outcomes that shape the future of our community and City!
  • Leaseback vehicle, 12% superannuation, hybrid work model
  • Join one of the biggest Council’s in NSW in the development industry!


Our progressive Development Assessment and Certification department has an amazing opportunity for a Development Planner Flora and Fauna/Ecologist to join our Business Specialist Team and be responsible for providing professional ecological and town planning assessment and advice across a broad range of developments and application types.

You will provide efficient and responsive advice in the development assessment process, focusing on achieving a balance between development and the environment, the needs of developers, the community and Council and reflect best practise in the provision and application of those services.

You will also assess and determine development proposals across all functions of development assessment.

Read the position statement and learn more about this exciting opportunity.


Our ideal candidate is an experienced professional who is passionate about balancing outcomes between the development industry and our environment. You can manage a high-volume workload and have strong interpersonal, and communication skills. You are solution focused, with the ability to engage stakeholders early, negotiate and bring people along the journey with you. You have excellent analytical and problems solving skills with the ability to listen to reason, evaluate and articulate best in class solutions without compromising on integrity.

Ideally you will bring,

  • Degree or Diploma in Environmental Science, Natural Resources, Town Planning, or other suitable and equivalent qualification relevant to the field of expertise.
  • Experience in assessment of ecological assessment reports
  • Experience in assessing and determining a variety of development proposals, including residential, industrial, commercial, subdivision, recreation, and tourist facility applications in an efficient manner and in accordance with legislative requirements.
  • Knowledge of relevant legislation, regulations and codes and Australian Standards as applicable to development assessment, ecology, and biodiversity.
  • Proven experience and knowledge associated with development cost structures that contribute to minimising applicant costs through efficient processing of applications.


  • Competitive salary from $88,475 - $102,823 a year plus industry-leading 12 per cent superannuation.
  • Commencing salary set in line with skills and experience with annual reviews available to support movement through the salary range.
  • Leaseback Vehicle
  • 35-hour week with flexible working hours, nine-day fortnight and hybrid work model
  • We value your health and wellbeing and offer generous discounted gym memberships through our corporate fitness program, connect with colleagues through our social club, be inspired by regular wellbeing initiatives, annual flu vaccinations, and confidential support via our employee assistance (EAP) program.
  • We are committed to being an employer of choice. We will do all we can to help you develop your skills, and make a difference, right from the start. We have a flexible workplace and focus on all aspects of your physical and mental health and safety. We want you to be with us for the long-term, so providing you with rich career experiences and ongoing development is our priority.
  • Join us at an exciting time in our department’s growth and evolution to become the leading LGA of choice within the region.
  • Along with many other perks that come from choosing Lake Mac!


We know it is our people that will shape the future of our city. That’s why we’re passionate about providing a workplace that empowers our staff to be creative, innovative and bold. When you join the team at Lake Macquarie City Council, you’re joining a group of people with a commitment to make our city even better. We’re proud of our city and the work we do, and we know you will be too.

We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive workforce. We believe that a diverse network of employees, which truly reflects the people it serves and represents, is best equipped to understand and meet the needs of our community.  We welcome and encourage applications from all ages and genders, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, the LGBTIQ+ community, refugees and people with disability. We understand the skills and attributes veterans can bring to our Council. 


  • If this role sounds like you, we would love to hear from you! Simply click apply now- answer some questions, and attach your resume by midnight, Sunday 26 May 2024
  • For enquiries related to the duties of the role, please contact Candice Sherriff, Business Specialist Lead, on 4921 0343 or via email [email protected]
  • If you need assistance when submitting your application or have any questions about the recruitment process, please click here or contact Georgina Green, Talent Acquisition Advisor, on 02 4921 0495 or via email [email protected]
  • We are a 2024 Circle Back Initiative Employer – we commit to respond to every applicant.
  • To view the capability Framework – Role Profile relevant to this role, please click here.
  • To complete your online application, you will be asked to upload a copy of your resume and provide responses to questions which are based on the criteria listed in the Position Statement.
  • Please note that as part of Lake Macquarie City Council’s recruitment process, prior to an offer of employment being made, recommended candidates may be subject to a medical assessment which may include alcohol and other drugs testing.
Avantara Lincoln Park

Planning Lead - Urban Planning

Planned ResourcesBrisbane QLD
  • $160000 to $190000 annually
  • Full-time

Planning Lead – Urban Planning & Regional Planning


We are working with a multi-disciplinary, well-established, and award-wining advisory practice having presence in major capital cities in Australia. This firm takes pride in their strong research and analytic capabilities, which offer unique insights and solutions for their client projects – from urban economics, property/industry-specific analysis, financial modelling, data analytics and GIS mapping!


As part of the plan to expand their Queensland planning practise, they are seeking to recruit a Planning Lead to be based in their Brisbane office. In this role, you will be working on and providing technical guidance on several large scale, long term strategic projects including master planning, planning proposals, reviewing and drafting infrastructure/development funding and contribution, reviewing policy and planning documentations, as well as working on other statutory planning and DA projects.  


Whats on Offer:

  • Competitive salary package that commensurate with experience
  • Diverse client projects, strategic and statutory, urban and regional, mid to large scale
  • Supportive and collaborative working culture. You’ll work alongside other experts across their offices including economists, analysts, architects, engineers, urban designers and problem solvers!


If you have 10+ years of statutory and strategic planning experience, either from government, private sector or consulting background, and have strong understanding of Queensland Planning system, we want to hear from you! 


For more information, please contact Planned Resources at: 

[email protected] or 0406 849 717 (Cindy)

[email protected] or 0450 911 172 (Leo)

Avantara Lincoln Park

Statutory Planning Officer

Baw Baw Shire CouncilDrouin, West Gippsland & Latrobe Valley VIC
  • Full-time

• $74,252.94 - $85,616.92 Flexible working arrangements available
• Permanent, full-time role
• Monthly RDO

About Baw Baw Shire Council

A Baw Baw Shire Council career goes beyond business as usual. You'll find exciting development pathways rich in opportunity. Our thriving and engaged culture-first workplace is built on the passion and talent of people who proudly deliver vital services and exciting projects to a community they care about.

Our organisation comprises of a multicultural workplace of around 400 full-time, part-time and casual employees, all benefiting from great flexibility, work/life sway, study support, health and wellbeing initiatives and ongoing learning and development programs.

At Baw Baw Shire Council, we invite our people to tackle projects that keep them inspired. We encourage the exploration of new ideas. We support the enhancement of building on current skills and developing new ones.

Located adjacent to Melbourne, Baw Baw Shire is one of Victoria's fastest growing municipalities with freeway and V/Line access into Melbourne's CBD and suburbs. This allows easy access to training, seminars and conferences in the city, without diminishing the direct impact that comes from working within a close-knit rural community.

To learn more visit

About the Role

You will be a member of Council’s Statutory Planning Team, required to provide specialist advice, process planning permit applications and support the team with the daily operational requirements. We are seeking a team member who is looking to gain experience, willing to develop and build on their knowledge and skills within Statutory Planning. Someone who has a strong customer focus with the ability to provide sound planning outcomes for our Shire.

About the Successful Candidate

The successful applicant will hold relevant qualifications and have demonstrated experience in a similar role, working on a diverse range of planning applications.
If this sounds like the opportunity you’ve been waiting for, we want to hear from you!

Further Information and How To Apply

To apply, please review the position description and complete your application below including a current copy of your resume and a covering letter.

Applications close 5pm June 9 2024 and must be submitted through the application form below.

Baw Baw Shire Council is an equal opportunity employer and works in the interest of the safety of children and young people. Our recruitment processes reflect this commitment.

Avantara Lincoln Park

Coordinator Traffic and Transport

Town Of CambridgeFloreat, Perth WA
  • Full-time

About the Town

Based in the beautiful inner western suburbs of Perth, the Town of Cambridge has some of the best natural areas, open spaces, recreation, and sporting facilities in the state; Town of Cambridge staff can effortlessly enjoy attractions such as City Beach, Lake Monger and Bold Park in their lunch break, or after work.

Our mission is to maintain and enhance our very liveable suburbs, their streetscapes and character and our vibrant activity centres through strategic, cost-effective management of resources and an enhanced community experience based on a locals first philosophy. 


The Role

The Coordinator Traffic and Transport involves leading and coordinating the strategic planning and operational delivery of traffic and transport activities in the town. Ensuring excellent customer service to stakeholders and the community concerning traffic and transport engineering is a pivotal aspect of the role.

The position requires close collaboration with internal and external stakeholders to ensure productive outcomes for the town's engineering infrastructure, along with effective communication through various channels to keep the community informed about traffic and transport services engineering services.


Selection Criteria

  • Tertiary qualification or Associate Diploma in Civil or Traffic and Transport Engineering or relevant equivalent experience in Public Works engineering is desirable.
  • Certificate 4 or higher in a leadership related discipline with proven experience of leadership and development in a team environment is desirable. 
  • Strong project management, organisational and planning skills, including the ability to coordinate cross-organisational matters to deliver planned outcomes.
  • Strong analytical skills to initiate strategies and initiatives in collaboration to address current and future needs.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills with proven ability to build and enhance relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Good mediation and negotiation skills.
  • Proficient in MS Office and other technical software.



  • Australian working rights (birth certificate, current passport or current visa). 


How to apply

If you want to help contribute to the Town of Cambridge and make a difference to our community, we would like to hear from you!

For further information, including detailed positions descriptions, selection criteria, and how to apply for this position please visit the Town of Cambridge Careers page:

Closing date:  3pm, Monday, 3 June 2024; interviews may be conducted with suitable candidates prior to the closing date. Therefore, the Town reserves the right to close applications prior to the aforementioned date

Avantara Lincoln Park

Urban Planners

Thornbury, Melbourne VIC
  • $70000 to $100000 annually
  • Full-time
  • Thornbury, Melbourne, VIC 
  • Urban Planning  
  • Full/part time roles 
  • Flexible/hybrid workplace 
  • Rates to be negotiated 

Plan2Place Consulting are seeking to expand our small team to mark significant growth in our practice. Do you have a passion for planning?  

We’re seeking enthusiastic strategic town planners/statutory planners/urban designers with a range of skills to join and collaborate with our team. Your job will be to provide high quality advice for our clients in local and state governments throughout Melbourne and Victoria. 

Plan2Place Consulting is currently preparing structure plans, planning scheme reviews, housing and neighbourhood character studies, industrial framework plans and providing statutory implementation advice. We bring together a wide range of specialist teams to provide high quality urban planning advice to our clients. 

We’re looking for people with at least 6-10 years' experience in the Victorian Planning system. You might be a statutory planner and seeking a move into strategic planning, or an experienced planner who is looking for a change. We are open to options and experience – seeking the right people to grow our team.  

If you have proficient skills and expertise, will be an energetic member of our small but growing team and want to be part of this journey, call us to discuss our positions.  Call Paul Buxton, Director 0402 839 002 for a confidential discussion. 

Avantara Lincoln Park

Planning Approvals Officer

SeqwaterBrisbane QLD
  • $107106 to $118827 annually
  • Full-time

About Seqwater

Seqwater is the Queensland Government Bulk Water Supply Authority, responsible for delivering safe, secure and cost-effective bulk water supply for over 3 million people across Southeast Queensland.

Seqwater is one of the largest water businesses with the most geographically spread and diverse asset base of any capital city water authority. Our operations extend from the New South Wales border to the base of the Toowoomba ranges.

We commit to delivering a high standard of customer service aligned to our strategic vision. We value working collaboratively with our internal & external customers to improve service delivery. 

About Your Opportunity

You will provide professional services and support, to achieve on-time delivery of approvals and advice for Seqwater’s capital program. The role will work within both the development and delivery phases of projects. With supervision, you will provide advice and develop reports and other deliverables regarding regulatory approvals in environment and land-use planning subject matters. You will utilise your developing knowledge and application of planning and environmental legislation, and regulatory approvals frameworks, which will be further enhanced on the job. The role is expected to evolve with experience over time, leading to a corresponding increase in day-to-day autonomy. You will also support communication and negotiation with local, state and commonwealth regulators to ensure Seqwater’s interests and outcomes are achieved.

Key responsibilities:

  • Conduct research and provide preliminary advice on environment and land-use planning to key internal stakeholders. This will range from ad hoc advice to analysis of constraints mapping and reporting on findings with recommendations.
  • Support and deliver environment and land-use planning professional services for assigned capital projects.
  • Support delivery of heritage and property professional services for capital projects.
  • Support and, where appropriate, coordinate the Environment, Heritage and LandUse Planning processes and approvals.
  • Monitor, manage and track approvals applications, permits and conditions compliance across projects.

About you

To be successful in this role, you will possess:


  • Tertiary qualifications in a related Environmental Science or Engineering discipline.
  • Knowledge and experience of the Queensland Planning Act 2016 development framework and associated development assessment processes.
  • Knowledge of publicly available Environment, Heritage and Land-Use Planning reports and mapping


  • 1 to 2 years of professional experience in town/urban planning or environmental planning and regulation.
  • Experience in supporting delivery of environmental impact assessments and approvals.
  • Broad knowledge of environmental and planning legislation, policies and procedures and their application to project related activities.
  • Experience in sourcing publicly available Environment, Heritage and Land-Use
  • Planning reports and mapping to build an initial due diligence assessment.

 This position has a salary starting at $107,106 - $118,827 dependant on experience plus 12.75% superannuation and is offered as a 2 year fixed term contract

Appointment to this role is subject to the provision of a national police check and may be subject to other medical/character requirements. Please note that people with criminal records are not automatically deemed ineligible. Each application will be considered on its merits.

For a more detailed preview of the work that you will be involved in for this role, feel free to take a look at the position description on our careers page -   We also invite you to connect with us on LinkedIn and join our growing community of followers to see all the latest news and job opportunities as and when they happen -

If you are looking for an extraordinary career in which you can make a real impact, we'd love to hear from you!

To apply

Submit your cover letter outlining how you meet the requirements of the role and your resume via the Apply button.

Applications close: 11:55PM AEST, Sunday 19th May 2024

For further information please email enquiries to [email protected]

Please note – applications cannot be accepted via email.

Avantara Lincoln Park

Assistant Development Manager

Rawson GroupSydney NSW
  • Full-time
Company description:

Established in 1978, Rawson Group has helped people make their dream homes a reality for over 45 years, taking pride in our beautiful designs and quality home builds. From humble beginnings in country NSW, we have grown to be one of the largest and most trusted builders and land developers in NSW & ACT. Rawson Group is the parent company of Rawson Homes, Thrive Homes and Rawson Communities.

Job description:

About the position

We have an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Development Manager with a proven track record in working on projects within residential building sector.
The Assistant Development Manager will help the Senior Development Manager in building a service team of strategists, writers, and researchers that operates from a client-centric perspective; provides consistent, strategic and quality service.

As Assistant Development Manager reporting to the Development Manager, you will be responsible for

  • Provide support in finding prospects and growing pipelines and incoming leads to support the Senior Development Manager/Head of Acquisitions.
  • Coordinate activities across delivery teams. Liaising with project team members, surveyors and other property staff to ensure plans and documents of agreement reflect conditions of purchase, including works or property adjustments to be carried out.
  • Assist with crucial aspects of project planning, approval, and delivery. This would generally include maintaining a high level of knowledge throughout property management services to ensure best practices are followed across the industry for NSW/ACT, as well as consistent application of policy and processes.
  • Analyse project risks, issues, and mitigation strategies, participates in sensitive acquisition negotiations, and serves as a liaison for potential clients seeking business opportunities.
  • Draft business proposals for new clients, manage project strategies, evaluate sales tactics, collaborate with sales and design teams, and present business cases for acquisitions, all aimed at achieving value for Rawson.
  • Support the due diligence process, coordinating with finance, legal, and operational teams to evaluate risks and opportunities.
  • Maintain professional network with key partnerships
  • Facilitating communication and providing regular updates to key internal and external stakeholders regarding acquisition progress and milestones.

More than a place to work, Rawson Group is a place to grow. Join our team and you'll be rewarded with benefits like these:

• Training in our systems and processes
• Access to our employee assistance program for you and your family
• Paid Parental Leave for all employees
• Discounted membership of gyms- because we encourage staying active
• Novated lease benefits and discounts
• Optional 5 weeks paid Annual Leave.
• We're making the most of flexible working, driving strong digital collaboration and supporting our teams virtually and flexibly - work 2 days from home.
• Friendly, social and collaborative team environment
• Company Wide Reward and Recognition Platform, where points are redeemable for cash vouchers (Woolworths Vouchers or a Day Off)
• Recruitment Referral Program
• Discount on land purchases within the Rawson portfolio (usually $5K but dependent on the development)
• Discount on standard home builds for both Thrive and Rawson Homes (Build Cost at Tender plus 20%)

To be considered for the position you must be able to demonstrate the following:

  • Minimum 2 years of experience in similar role.
  • Exposure to construction sector is desirable.
  • Proven record of Sales growth
  • Tertiary Qualifications in Business, Sales or Property Development
  • Highly knowledgeable of NCC and Australian Standards requirements
  • The ability to communicate professionally, prioritise and meet deadlines; and
  • Implement a high level of attention to detail and a proactive approach to all tasks undertaken.
  • Strong understanding of WHS requirements and conflict resolution skills
  • Ability to identify process improvement initiatives

Everyone belongs at Rawson Group

Diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging are key to realising our purpose of building better together.

At Rawson Group, we take great pleasure in promoting a culture of development, respect, and belonging. We acknowledge and celebrate our accomplishments and strengths, and we are passionate about our people and the communities in which we work and live. Rawson Group is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace where our people can flourish and reach their full potential.

We recognise all individuals, regardless of their gender, cultural origin, LGBTQIA+, disability, or neurodiversity and acknowledge that those from underrepresented groups may face unique challenges in the job application process. We encourage all candidates to apply - your unique experiences and perspectives is what makes us great.

Please reach out to our Talent Acquisition Specialist if you have any accessibility requirements throughout the application process - we will provide reasonable adjustments for individuals to ensure a smooth application process.

Avantara Lincoln Park

Assistant Development Manager

Gough RecruitmentPerth WA
  • Full-time
The client
Our client has been established for over 20 years and is an extremely reputable developer that specialises in residential land development, across South East Queensland. They have acquired and delivered a multitude of high-quality residential estates and are committed to further growth of their development pipeline.
The role  
  • Maintain and update project financial model
  • Preparing due diligence reports for development sites
  • Assist Development Managers in obtaining updated cost forecasts
  • Providing high-level analysis and reporting on each project
  • Report regularly to the line manager on progress, budgets, risks, and opportunities
  • Work Closely with Internal & External Stakeholders
  • Assist with the project management of sites
Skills & experience
  • Strong Stakeholder Management Skills
  • Strong financial acumen/ feasibility skills
  • Estatemaster experience essential
  • Tertiary qualifications in Property, Engineering, Planning, Project Management, or equivalent
  • Be Able to Work Autonomously & as Part of a Small Team
  • Passion for property and desire to commit to the company long-term and build a career
  • Stable & Long-Term Property Team
  • Large Development Pipeline
  • Diverse & Strategic Position
  • Future Career Development & Progression
  • Great culture and mentoring opportunities 
Please call Miller Langford-Ely on 0466 806 871 for more information or email your CV to All applications will be held in the strictest of confidence.
  • $70000 to $85000 annually
  • Full-time

About us:

Urban Taskforce is a not-for-profit, peak property development industry association, and represents Australia's most prominent property developers and equity financiers. We provide a forum for people involved in property development, planning and construction of the urban environments to engage in constructive dialogue with all levels of government and the community.

About the role:

This role is responsible for providing assistance in the areas of diary management, office and event coordination. You will also be responsible for managing social media and communications, and implementing strategies to grow Urban Taskforce’s online presence and engagement. 



  • Diary and email management for CEO and some diary management for our founding director with members, Ministers, Government Departmental leaders, Stakeholders, media and other as required.
  • Preparation of quarterly reports
  • Expense reconciliation 
  • Assisting the Events & Membership Manager with event coordination (we have 3-5 events each month)
  • Office Management
  • Website, social media, and media publications strategy and management 
  • Editing of weekly newsletters
  • Graphic Design and creativity skills would be a bonus
  • General office management and upkeep
  • Ordering of supplies and stationery 
  • Ad hoc administration as required

Work Type: Full time 

Salary: Negotiable based on experience

Where: Martin Place 

Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity to contribute to the forefront of urban development. Apply now, as applications will close once a suitable candidate is found.

To express your interest, please send your CV along with a brief letter of interest to Tom Forrest, CEO of Urban Taskforce Australia at [email protected]


Please note, the position title has been updated from Executive Assistant to CEO to Office Admin & Support. 

Avantara Lincoln Park

Senior Development Manager

PowerlinkBowen Hills, Brisbane QLD
  • Full-time
At Powerlink, every possibility starts with you

We believe life's about possibilities. And so is the future. That's why we need you.

We're working at the heart of Queensland's energy transformation. Now more than ever, we need people who want to help us deliver a world-class energy future and ensure we continue to navigate through this once in a generation energy challenge. Join us and make it happen.

Life at Powerlink

As a Senior Development Manager, you'll help us connect a more sustainable energy future for more than five million Queenslanders and 253,000 businesses. Your work with us is about every light turned on, every community connected, and every future made possible.

  • 14 weeks paid parental leave - at full or half pay 
  • Hybrid, family-friendly flexible working arrangements including substitution of public holidays.
  • 12.75% superannuation and salary packaging of novated lease vehicles
  • Health & wellbeing benefits, including corporate health plan with employee discounts, annual flu vaccinations.
  • Robust leadership development through integrated programs, fostering growth across all levels - including Women in Leadership programs.
Find a career that matters and lasts

As a Senior Development Manager, you'll play a pivotal role in the successful delivery of Powerlink's Major Projects. You'll lead and manage the execution of complex regulatory approvals, land and access rights, cultural heritage compliance and native title for major linear infrastructure projects. And you'll do it with down-to-earth people you're proud to work with and get to know. Here's how:

  • Coordinate and project manage all upstream development activities for major linear infrastructure projects, including securing regulatory approvals, managing land access and acquisition, and ensuring compliance with cultural heritage and native title matters.
  • Proactively engage with regulators, internal stakeholders, and external partners to foster positive relationships and navigate challenges collaboratively.
  • Lead and oversee project teams throughout the Major Projects lifecycle, ensuring adherence to the Development Management Plan.
  • Manage performance of development delivery contractors, optimizing delivery of works within budget constraints.
  • Identify and mitigate key risks within large-scale infrastructure projects, providing detailed reporting and implementing strategies to ensure project timelines are met.
  • Collaborate with stakeholders to align efforts with project objectives, providing regular updates to senior management.
  • Communicate effectively with communities, managing stakeholder relationships, and ensuring social performance goals are met.
  • Monitor development project activities to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements, preparing regular reports for internal and external stakeholders.
The community you will join

Based at our Bowen Hills office, you will join a team of professionals dedicated to shaping Queensland's energy future. You'll have the opportunity to collaborate with skilled individuals who value collaboration and innovation in everything they do.

Your expertise

  • Degree in relevant field with extensive experience in primary approvals, land access, and cultural heritage for large-scale projects.
  • Proven track record in managing large-scale projects with budget oversight and risk management.
  • Strategic and tactical development services expertise for internal and external stakeholders.
  • Experience in project scheduling, estimating, and resource modeling.
  • Expertise in securing regulatory approvals, particularly under the EPBC Act.
  • Comprehensive understanding of native title legislation and land acquisition processes.
Be the start of every possibility

To kick start your career at Powerlink, apply by clicking the button above, attaching your resume and cover letter on our careers page before midnight on Sunday 9th June 2024. Kindly be aware that the Recruitment team will commence the review process during this period.

There's lots to love about a career with Powerlink. But our people say there's three things that really stand out:

  • A career that matters and lasts: You'll shape a progressive career connecting more than five million Queenslanders to a world-class, clean energy future.
  • Unique work and the chance to grow: You'll help find smart solutions to interesting problems as you develop your skills and impact every day.
  • People who love to support and share: You'll build relationships with experienced, down-to-earth people who you'll be proud to work with.

For all enquiries, contact our recruitment team at [email protected].

Our commitment to inclusion and belonging

At Powerlink, we champion inclusion and belonging by supporting every candidate during the recruitment journey. Please inform us of any needs or adjustments for a more inclusive process, including sharing your preferred pronouns. As a Veteran-Friendly Employer, we value the skills Veterans bring and ensure equal opportunities. Let us know if you're a Veteran for tailored support.

Successful applicants will undergo necessary pre-employment checks. As advocates of the Circle Back initiative, we pledge to respond to all applications promptly.