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  • IPWEA welcomes NSW Budget's state-wide $73.3 bln infrastructure spend

    New South Wales' major infrastructure body has welcomed the announcement of a four year Infrastructure Spending Plan of $73.3 billion in the State Budget brought down by Treasurer, Gladys Berejiklian.
    The President of the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (NSW), Warren Sharpe OAM, said the State Government's infrastructure expenditure over the past five years has underpinned the strong economic circumstances evident in the Budget and the new plans will maintain this expansion in regions, towns and cities across the State.

    "There is a pressing need for investment in new infrastructure and in its renewal."

    "This record infrastructure spending is a cornerstone of the growth in jobs, private investment and business confidence in the State," Mr Sharpe said.

  • Events and Operations Manager Position Available

    A rewarding opportunity is available for an experienced Events and Operations Manager to join a well-regarded peak professional industry association based in their Sydney CBD office.
    Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Events and Operations Manager will;
    • Provide general leadership and strategic support/advice to the Chief Executive Officer and Board
    • Promoting the Institute’s vision and strategic goals and be an effective member of the leadership team
    • Assume overall responsibility for all functions of the Events team including, but not limited to developing and coordinating the successful delivery of the Institute’s broad range of events, conference, activities, projects and programs that meet the needs and expectations of the organisation and ensure they are delivered in a cost effective manner with a commitment to quality, relevance to current issues, and continuous improvement

    To apply see Seek Job Ad number 31218504



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2016 NSW Local Roads Congress - Driving a new direction

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