SCAADA Group Careers

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At Scaada Group we achieve safe, sustainable solutions across environmental and construction industries, providing a collaborative 360 project management lens to all works. Our consultancy group diagnoses and designs tailored solutions that deliver real value, enabling our clients to prosper with absolute confidence Australia-wide.


Scaada are currently recruiting a number of critical roles. If you believe you have the skill set required, please fill out the form below

Senior Environmental Consultant – Team Leader

Achieving Future Outcomes Today….if this resonates with you and your personal beliefs, Scaada Group could be the opportunity awaiting you.

Our growing team embody our “why?”, they believe in our direction and are encouraged to be an active participant in our organisational goal setting. Albeit a young organisation, we consistently strive to be the best, and regularly meet and exceed expectations.

Right now, our team needs a dynamic individual to join us as a Senior Environmental Consultant – Team Leader.  The selected applicant will take a critical role in leading our land contamination team and will be the driver of growth in this area of our business.

What Type of Leader Are You?

As a Senior Environmental Consultant – Team Leader in the Contaminated Land Assessment Team, you will take an active role in leading the delivery of projects and services.  The types of duties you will excel in, and embrace are:

  • Technical guidance to mid-level and junior staff to support the successful execution of projects.
  • Mentoring to team members in relation to the broad skills required of a consultant, both technical and professional.
  • Active participation in business development, including responsibility for building client relationships that secure repeat work, along with winning new work that supports your own professional growth and others in the team.

Our expectations of you

The successful applicant to this position will have a broad range of skills that highlight your position in this specialised team.  As an individual you will have personal attributes that embrace teamwork, leadership, collaboration, and positive impact.  Your specific role will include but not be limited to:

  • Overseeing the effective planning and execution of complex projects. You will provide technical guidance to support others on such projects as well as perform the role of Project Manager for our larger and more complex projects or Project Director and client-facing roles where appropriate. You will be supported by other senior technical and project delivery leaders, and you will support more junior members of the team.

Our expectations of you continued

  • You will have an in-depth knowledge of the regulatory framework and technical elements of the contaminated land sector within Victoria, and a familiarity with the corresponding elements in other states. You will take an active role in mentoring others to develop technical skills and knowledge amongst the broader team.
  • You will provide leadership to the broader Contaminated Land Assessment Team and collaborate with other Sections within our broader business to help deliver successful project outcomes for our clients.
  • You will have land contamination consultancy experience, a Bachelor of Engineering (BE), Environmental Science (BSc) degree or similar, proven experience in an Environmental or Sustainability role, and hold a current Australian driver’s licence.

Your expectations of us

As an employer we see you as a partner, working with us, not for us.  We encourage and embrace collaboration and see inclusiveness as part of a growing business.  You should expect many things of Scaada Group as your employer, but predominantly we feel our commitment to these items set us apart:

  • Competitive Salary – A very strong employment package, inclusive of vehicle expenses, superannuation and expenses relevant to the role.
  • Inclusiveness – we are an equal opportunity employer, we seek to hire the best person for the role every time, regardless of individual beliefs or backgrounds.
  • Positive Impact – we hold our brand to the highest standards.  Becoming your employer, you can have great confidence that reputationally everything we do both in our business, and in the broader community, will reflect positively on us and you.
  • Encouragement to Grow – we not only want, but drive our team to achieve, to learn and to grow.  We like to build from the inside up and believe history and buy-in should be rewarded.  We have many examples of internal personal growth, and you should expect to be part of that process as well.  We constantly measure our success against yours.

If you are the type of individual that enjoys being part of a fluid, dynamic and growing team, this is your opportunity to join us.  The role will be based in Geelong, Victoria, and will service Victoria in a broader sense, plus provide assistance to our NSW team.  Our clients are national and opportunities to be involved in national projects will present as your exposure to their projects grows.

You must have the right to live and work in this location and be personal applicant to apply for this job.

Occupational Hygiene Technician

(Band 1,2 & 3)

The Occupational Hygiene Technician is responsible for the below items:


  • Undertaking field-based activities including asbestos air monitoring, asbestos visual clearances and lead particulate air monitoring.
  • Collection of asbestos and lead samples following approved sample plans and industry-accepted methods.
  • Documenting field work for sampling, monitoring, and OH&S with attention to detail and data quality.
  • Completing fieldwork in a safe and controlled manner in accordance with Scaada field procedures, Health and Safety Plans (HASP) and Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS).
  • Field results in data entry.
  • Completing field and office-based reporting requirements and send to clients following approval from senior colleagues.
  • Ability to work autonomously and within a team and general business and administrative duties.
  • Completing lab works relevant to asbestos air monitoring.


The Occupational Hygiene Technician has the ability to work effectively in a range of challenging environments, problem-solving skills and providing a high level of service to all stakeholders is essential to the role.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to work well within a team, and autonomously.
  • Driving on a daily basis within regional and metropolitan areas of Victoria.
  • Excellent time management, and an eagerness to acquire new skills and meet new challenges.
  • Self-motivated to complete challenging field programs • Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite


  • A diploma in HSE is desirable.
  • Construction White Card.

Clients We Provide Environmental Services To

Apply now to start your career with SCAADA

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