The 2014 AITPM National Traffic and Transport Conference is less than three months away and will be held in Adelaide Tuesday 12 August evening to Friday 15 August.
We will continue to build on the success of a three streamed conference with; Transport Planning, Traffic Engineering and Transport Modelling presentations over two days. Each of the streams will offer a broad array of high quality presentations allowing you to choose between the different streams for each session. Now is the time to check out the Conference program, decide which sessions you wish to attend and, build your case for travel approval.
Tuesday 16th September 2014
Location: 21 Bedford St North Melbourne VIC 3051
The Engineers Without Borders High School Outreach (HSO) and Regioneering Programs aim to educate high school students about humanitarian engineering as a profession, and important global challenges such as water and sanitation, construction and climate change.
The HSO program works closely with local high schools and school outreach initiatives to enable students to:
Young Victorian Operator of the Year
Sponsored by IWA Victoria
Applications close on 15 August 2014
This award, generously sponsored by the Institution of Water Administration (Victoria) is designed to provide encouragement to young water industry employees by recognising excellent performance, initiative and all round attention to detail.
The IWA as award sponsor sends a letter to all Water Corporations and other employers of operators within Victoria annually, requesting they nominate “operations staff” to be considered for the Award.
77th Annual Victorian Water Industry Operations Conference and Exhibition
3 & 4 September 2014 Bendigo Exhibition Centre, Holmes Road, Bendigo
All water industry personnel involved in the operation and maintenance of urban, rural and industrial water related infrastructure for the management, conveyance, treatment, discharge and reuse of water and trade wastes should attend this conference. If you're an operator, manager, engineer, consultant or professional or someone who is working in the water industry or just has an interest in water, then this is a must attend event.
More women are entering the professional services than ever before and now make up 47% of the legal profession and 49% of the accounting profession. Unfortunately, this equality does not extend to senior leadership where women continue to hold a minority of partnership or senior executive positions.
International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC)
The International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) creates a mining event for Australia as a major stop on the global mining events calendar.
IMARC is Australia’s only truly international mining event. Uniting the entire mining industry, IMARC is where mining leaders, policy makers, financiers, technical experts, innovators and educators are brought together under one roof.
The Energy and Resources sector is largely male dominated with women making up less than 20% of the workforce. While there has been some progression in recent years, challenges and barriers still exist making it difficult for women to achieve senior leadership positions. Women who advance into leadership and senior executive positions in energy and resources organisations often do so in relative isolation.
The Women In Energy and Resources Leadership Summit 2014 provides an outstanding line-up of female leaders from a variety organisations. They will share their insights and experiences providing practical advice on how to address the common challenges faced by women in this environment. The summit is ideal for women currently in executive positions, and those looking to advance into leadership positions in the near future.
Light, Energy and the Environment Congress
2 - 5 December 2014, Australian National University
The Energy Change Institute (ECI) is proud to host the OSA "Light, Energy and the Environment Congress" on optical technologies for use in energy and the environment.
This comprehensive Congress, organised by the Optical Society (OSA), examines the frontiers in the development of optical technologies for energy production, transport, and use. It also examines the use of optical and photonic approaches to monitor energy usage and the effects energy production has on the environment. It is designed to bring together researchers, engineers, and managers and foster timely information exchange between several of the disciplines involved in energy production usage, cost and environmental and efficiency management.
Energy Change Institute (ECI)
The ECI aims to provide authoritative leadership in Energy Change research and education through a broad portfolio ranging from science and engineering of energy generation and energy efficiency, to energy regulations, economics, sociology and policy.
Small Water and Wastewater Systems National Conference
13-15 August 2014, Newcastle
Decentralised Water and Wastewater Systems: Advances in Technology and Recycling
The number and diversity of small water and wastewater systems is on the rise in Australia. Today decentralised water systems are re-emerging as long term solutions to water scarcity and the constraints of the centralised approach.
The themes of the conference focus on public health, environmental and economic sustainability, stakeholder engagement, water recycling and technological innovation. Keynote presentations will examine domestic and international perspectives on decentralise water and wastewater systems. The aim of the conference is to provide a learning, networking and knowledge-sharing opportunity for all areas of decentralised water and wastewater systems.
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IWA World Water Congress and Exhibition
The next IWA World Water Congress and Exhibition will take place in Lisbon, Portugal on 21-26 September 2014.
The IWA World Water Congress and Exhibition is the Association's main biennial event, attracts 5,000 water professionals, companies and institutions from over 90 countries. The next World Water Congress will be held in Lisbon, Portugal, 21-26 September 2014.
The Congress is a valuable and unique opportunity for the community of world-leading water professionals to meet, exchange ideas, explore the state of the art and debate the key issues underlying the science and practice of water management. It is also where the entire water community congregates and IWA specialist groups showcase their work and plan for future activities.
Congress website: IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition
Australian Institute of Energy’s 2014 National Energy Conference
The annual Energy in WA Conference is the State’s premier energy event consistently offering outstanding value for money and excellent speaker programs since 1996.
In 2014, the profile of the conference has been increased, and has become a part of the Australian Institute of Energy’s 2014 National Energy Conference, which will be held concurrently in Perth from 27th to 28th August 2014.
This year’s conference theme of ‘Energy Markets: Disruption, Transition and Transformation’ has been chosen to reflect the rapidly evolving energy business environment across Australia and the World.
16 September 2014 - Melbourne
Applications close on 15 August 2014
3 & 4 September 2014 - Bendigo, Victoria
21-23 October, Sydney
21&22 October 2014, Rydges Southbank Brisbane
Adelaide August 12-15, 2014
Abstract and Summary Submission due 3 September 2014
13-15 August 2014, Newcastle
21-26 September 2014 - Lisbon, Portugal
27 & 28 August 2014, Pan Pacific Hotel, Perth
Salary: $140k - $170k pa + Private use of car + Mobile
Salary: $140K - $170K Inc Super + car + Phone
Location: NSW - Port Macquarie
Location: WA - Perth
Power Water Corporation
Salary: Remuneration Range: $114 737 to $135 622
Location: NT - Darwin
Location: International - New Zealand
University of Queensland
Location: QLD - St Lucia
Location: QLD - Brisbane
Salary: up to $60 per hour + super.
Location: NSW - Potts Hill
Location: QLD - Albion
Location: NSW - Sydney
Metro Trains Melbourne
Location: VIC - Melbourne
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