Could you have an exciting future with RDAMR?
If you like chasing big ideas and working in a dynamic, supportive team, Regional Development Australia might have a role for you.
This post is brought to you by Regional Development Australia Murraylands and Riverland.
Regional Development Australia Murraylands and Riverland (RDAMR) has a vision for the Murraylands and Riverland region to be recognised internationally as a vibrant, world-leading circular economy.
With the release of RDAMR’s 2020-23 strategic plan, an exciting pathway for our regional future is developing.
The RDAMR strategic plan is focused on progressing the region’s circular economy through better understanding and connection of our industrial and social systems.
Strategic priorities for RDAMR over the next three years include:
providing pathways for the development of high-priority regional skills and business performance
creating opportunities for positive international recognition, and
improving on the foundational elements of organisational performance and knowledge systems
To achieve these priorities, RDAMR are excited to be providing multiple employment opportunities within the RDAMR team.
Over the coming weeks, RDAMR will be looking to build internal capacity by developing a talent pool recruitment process to benefit the organisation and the region, now and into the future.
RDAMR chief executive Ben Fee is eager to grow the team which will support the region to becoming recognised internationally as a vibrant, world-leading circular economy.
“RDAMR is a fantastic team with a shared focus on elevating the Murraylands and Riverland as an inspirational living, investment and working environment,” he said.
“We are looking for like-minded people to join our team.
“Our business is to strengthen business.
“As part of the broader regional ecosystem, stronger businesses in turn support improvements in individual wellbeing and community resilience.”
“The circular economy involves the redirection of wasted opportunities back into the economy.
“Maximising value from local resources has never been so important.
“Whether it is recycling or reconnecting the wisdom of our ageing populations back into our communities, the circular economy is now well-established across the globe.
“The good news is, with a well-established history of recycling across the state, making the most of our limited resources and our strengths in renewable energy, we’re already well on our way to being world leaders in many areas of the circular economy.”
With multiple roles available across different levels and in different areas, RDAMR welcomes applicants with leadership qualities and business acumen who are passionate about chasing big ideas and landing them with success.
An understanding of the local, state, and federal political landscapes, experience in project management and leadership, and a keen interest in continuous learning are a great advantage.
If you possess one or more of these qualities, please contact Latitude Recruitment: Karen on 0478 818 492 or Cathie on 0402 012 351.
More information: www.latituderecruitment.com.au.
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