Sustainability jobs market picking up, says Talent Nation 

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27 May 2014 — An ASX20 company is on the search for a senior sustainability advisor, several ASX-listed and government clients need sustainability reporting skills, and the Nature Conservancy is after a marine program manager.

Richard Evans, managing director of recruitment firm Talent Nation, told The Fifth Estate there was some life in the sustainability recruitment market at the moment – not quite at the levels they were at a couple of years ago, but definitely improving.

He said the senior sustainability advisor was for one of Australia’s most recognised brands, and based in Melbourne.

The Nature Conservancy had recently appointed Tony Jupp as program manager, Aridlands to lead a bold conservation vision for the Aridlands of Central Australia, and were now also looking for a marine program manager to dramatically accelerate and scale coastal and marine conservation in southern Australia.

This article was originally featured on The Fifth Estate.

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