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QRC's Energy and Climate Change position
Energy & Climate Change
30/06/2021
The QRC and its members are committed to working together to achieve energy security while taking proactive steps towards a low-emissions economy. An orderly transition to a low-emissions economy will require an integrated set of national policies, which are technology-neutral. These policies must be within the framework of Australia’s participation in global agreements, including the Paris Agreement, which includes greenhouse gas emission reduction commitments from major emitting nations.
QRC position vacant - Trade and Technologies Engagement Officer
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09/08/2021
We are hiring!  QRC is looking for a Trade and Technologies Engagement Officer to join its Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy (QMEA) team. As the QMEA's Trade and Technologies Engagement Officer you will be responsible for maintaining and expanding trade programs and projects in QMEA schools across Qld with QRC member companies largely for senior students (yrs 10-12), supporting the delivery of technologies and design-focused workshops and more.