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Community Engagement Lead – Latrobe Valley

MEFL is seeking a Community Engagement Lead to be based in the Latrobe Valley, to take a leading role in the Gippsland & Latrobe Valley Microgrid project.

As the Community Engagement Lead you will be the interface between the project team and the community. The role centres on the delivery of an engagement program with local businesses, community and other key local groups.

The project is an important part in supporting the future economic prosperity of Gippsland and Latrobe Valley, with the ambition to deliver up to 75 microgrids to the region, helping the community to access up to 7.5MW of renewable energy.

Please review the application information and position description below.

Application Submissions

Please apply via email.

Applications close 4pm, Tuesday 21 May 2019 with interviews to be held in the week commencing 27 May 2019 in Traralgon.

If you have any questions about the role, please contact Manny Pasqualini, Manager Program Office on 0430 600 303.

MEFL is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We work with a diverse range of people and audiences at MEFL. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and other people of colour, people with a disability and people from the LGBTIQ community.

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Introduction to MEFL

The Moreland Energy Foundation Ltd (MEFL) is a not-for-profit organisation, committed to accelerating the energy transition by empowering communities to take action. The future of energy will look radically different to energy today, and so we are working hard to ensure communities play a meaningful part in this transition and no one gets left behind.

Established in 2000 by the Moreland City Council, after the privatisation of the electricity market in Victoria, today we operate nationally as a trusted educator, partner, advisor and service provider.

Our organisation delivers products and services that create, demonstrate and share clear transition pathways to a zero carbon society, and increase energy efficiency and investment in renewable energy in Australia.

Our job is to build partnerships that demonstrate what is possible, to give the right advice, and make sure people have access to the information and technology they need to take action.

Our work is delivered through large scale programs, local council programs, grants, partnerships and directly to the community.

We work across Australia, with offices in Melbourne and Sydney, and whilst our work is focused on Australia’s zero carbon transition we are also recognised as an international leader in the work that we do.