Environmental professionals are not only expected to have a detailed knowledge of relevant legislation, they need to be able to manage the often rigorous compliance process while ensuring environmental risks are identified and managed effectively. They need to be proactive in their approach to risks, implementing measures to ensure incidents do not occur in the first place. In addition to this, there is an increasing need not only for the management of environmental concerns but the rigorous reporting of these to Boards, Executives and shareholders.
Environmental recruitment can be a challenge as the right candidate needs to be highly skilled in a number of different areas, with these areas and the relevant legislation changing regularly. Environmental Professionals need to be able to think on their feet, understand their industry thoroughly and be able to manage a broad range of stakeholders.
As a job seeker, finding the right environmental recruitment agency can be a challenge, as sourcing the right person for the job means having a large network of professionals who have skills across a number of often disparate areas. Talent Nation has built a reputation as market leaders within the environmental recruitment sector. We have worked in the sector for over 10 years, building our market knowledge and our pool of candidates, including those who have a very specialised, blended skill set. Our agents have extensive recruitment experience, industry knowledge and a network that allows the hidden environmental gems to be unearthed and presented to our clients looking to fill roles with a very specific skills set across Sydney, Melbourne or Australia-wide.
We have extensive experience and a tried and tested recruitment process when it comes to building impactful teams. We have a large database of quality candidates based in Sydney, Melbourne or anywhere in regional or metro Australia, and utilise rigorous search techniques and established networking capabilities as key drivers of our success in completing those hard to fill roles. Our finger is on the pulse when it comes to identifying new talent – augmenting our already impressive network of professionals in the environmental recruitment space. As far as environmental recruitment agencies go, you’ll be hard pressed to find recruiters who make more impact for purpose-driven clients or job seekers.
We are a founding B Corp– which means our approach to the recruitment process goes beyond simply completing a transactional placement. We have a commitment to undertaking work that creates positive environmental, social and economic outcomes, on which we report and are measured regularly. We not only offer a point of difference to our clients but our approach to environmental recruitment provides a higher level of understanding and knowledge surrounding contemporary issues in these increasingly topical areas. A deeper understanding and bespoke, detailed knowledge of the spaces in which we operate allows for a more thorough alignment of clients and job seekers alike.
As Environmental Recruitment specialists, we cover the following environmental roles:
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