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Careers

There are currently two positions open, closing 5PM Friday 16 February 2018. 

Acting Head of Projects (12 month maternity leave position) - 0.8FTE

Policy and Membership Officer - 0.8FTE

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Energy Efficiency Certification Scheme
National Energy Efficiency Conference 2018
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Latest from the EEC on Twitter @EECouncil

EnergyEfficiencyCo

RT @DrAnthonyLynham: Join the thousands of Qlders already saving energy & $ with new energy efficient appliances. Rebates of up to $300;… https://t.co/5k30uYqEFA
18th February 2018

EnergyEfficiencyCo

RT @EECouncil: Today in @renew_economy: @GilesParkinson recaps our AEMC submission on a rolling, 15 year travesty: our repeated fa… https://t.co/Ex0qoQWk5f
17th February 2018

EnergyEfficiencyCo

RT @lukemenzel: Want technology neutrality? Go toe to toe with the demand side and see who is cheaper. I dare you. https://t.co/recsPoRfON
16th February 2018

EnergyEfficiencyCo

Today in @renew_economy: @GilesParkinson recaps our AEMC submission on a rolling, 15 year travesty: our repeated fa… https://t.co/Ex0qoQWk5f
16th February 2018

EnergyEfficiencyCo

RT @lukemenzel: So great to have @amykean joining our international speakers in Sydney next month. On the agenda: how we drive a s… https://t.co/RR3P4dpoaa
16th February 2018

EnergyEfficiencyCo

Amy Kean, NSW Renewable Energy Advocate @NSWPlanning has been added to the 'Making Australia a global leader in ene… https://t.co/kQpkxRA1zZ
16th February 2018

EnergyEfficiencyCo

RT @lukemenzel: We’re closely reviewing the NEG paper. But an initial two cents… 1 Which of the (various) three letter acronyms we… https://t.co/HR3Vlbylmg
16th February 2018

EnergyEfficiencyCo

NEG detail welcome, but more action needed on energy efficiency https://t.co/oWv9EIYAzh https://t.co/ZHptH8ycRc
15th February 2018

EnergyEfficiencyCo

RT @rmurrayleach: @EECouncil Not a criticism, but a question. May need to formally link an emissions intensity target and energy prod… https://t.co/00nCYkOz2u
15th February 2018

EnergyEfficiencyCo

RT @rmurrayleach: The NEG (Pt 2) is tech neutral but excludes efficiency, likely biggest source of abatement to 2025. How does NEG link to EE? @EECouncil
15th February 2018

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