- Job posted on: 22nd Nov 2019
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Ekistica (www.ekistica.com.au) is a professional advisory and technical consultancy firm based in Central Australia with over a decade of experience delivering innovative solutions to the complex challenges of remote area infrastructure development, across Australia, the Pacific, South Asia and beyond.
Wholly owned by the Indigenous controlled Centre for Appropriate Technology, and with a heritage of working with remote and regional communities that spans almost forty years, our vision is a world where location is no longer a barrier to good technical outcomes: where the appropriation of technology enables people, communities and businesses to reach their full potential. We pursue this by providing high quality, independent technical advisory, design engineering and project delivery services to a wide range of national and international clients that include state and national governments, intergovernmental agencies and development banks/organisations, power utilities, community service organisations, large commercial firms and private investment firms.
Based in our Alice Springs office alongside our diverse, multidisciplinary and dynamic team of more than twenty five professional engineers, project managers, engagement specialists and data analysts, you will provide administrative support and coordination to multiple teams delivering an exciting and continuously challenging suite of projects that include utility scale wind and solar farms, power supply projects for remote and regional commercial facilities such as airports and tourism ventures and remote communities, and other public and privately funded remote infrastructure developments.
With at least five years professional experience in project administration, your capabilities will include:
The position is full-time and based in Ekistica’s offices on the beautiful Desert Knowledge Precinct in Alice Springs, with travel to project sites in Australia and oversees where needed.
Ekistica offers 5 weeks annual leave each year, an annual professional development allowance, superannuation of 9.5% in addition to base salary, and annual performance bonus measured against the following key metrics:
A relocation allowance is offered for new interstate employees.