- Job Listing Date
- 11 Mar 2019
- Sydney, North Shore & Northern Beaches
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Consulting & Strategy, Environment & Sustainability Consulting
About the Business
NDY is a global sustainable engineering consultancy and operates in 12 locations spanning 4 continents. Our core engineering services are enhanced by specialist consulting services including digital building advisory, tuning and commissioning, performance based fire engineering, acoustics and architectural creative lighting. NDY is also part of Tetra Tech, Inc., a global alliance offering consulting, engineering, and technical services. With a purpose of ‘Leading with Science’, and more than 16,000 associates in 400 offices around the globe, Tetra Tech enhances NDYs delivery of smart and sustainable solutions to clients through a much larger global network of experts.
Our Global Sustainability Group (GSG) is a strategic collective within Tetra Tech that works directly with organisations, affiliate groups and individuals to help them understand and respond to the full magnitude of sustainability challenges.
We are a specialist advisory group that can act exclusively, but preferably as part of an integrated NDY/Tetra Tech approach and this elevates our offering above others. We work exclusively on a skills-leadership basis, in which people lead and work on projects that best match their experience and project appreciation. Our group operates at all levels within organisations, from advising on macro environmental and social issues to executives, through to masterplanning towns and cities and delivering world class engineering sustainable design.
We provide substance to our advisory work.
About the Role
This role has two key components and these are outlined below:
- The Sustainability Manager will be responsible for enhancing NDY’s sustainability presence in the Sydney/NSW market and managing a team of direct reports. In this role, the manager will
- Be highly skilled in managing stakeholders and clients on major projects
- Have strong leadership skills to effectively manage their team
- Have a sound business/commercial acumen.
- The Sustainability Manager will provide leadership and collaborative project delivery to NDY’s Global Sustainability Group (GSG). In this role the manager will form part of the GSG leadership team and contribute to group strategy, staff wellbeing, resourcing and research & development.
Our sustainability group prides itself on providing opportunities to suit individuals’ strengths, career aspirations and development needs. To that end, the balance between project delivery, staff management, business development and broader group participation is open for discussion and agreement with the candidate.
- A relevant tertiary qualification (e.g. Engineering, Architecture, Building Physics, Environment) combined with equivalent training, accreditation and experience.
Skills and Experience
- Minimum 10 years engineering/consulting experience across the full project lifecycle and responsibility for delivering projects.
- Well- developed understanding of relevant Australian Standards, Project Stages and Delivery methods (e.g. full design, design and construct)
- Strong track record in delivering major projects that have demonstrated leading sustainability outcomes.
- Sound knowledge of macro-sustainability issues and their influence on our markets and Client business
- Chartered status in relevant discipline is highly desirable.
- Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing with all stakeholders across multiple disciplines including colleagues and clients.
- Demonstrated ability to generate opportunities using an existing local network and win work with support from the NDY group.
- Able to cope with change and ambiguity
- Ability to effectively lead and mange a team
- Ability to exercise well developed problem-solving skills and use substantial initiative and judgement to work independently to meet objectives
- Politically astute with team members, senior peers and clients.
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