Bernard has led over 200 waste characterisation projects in Australia over the past 9 years and has a full understanding of the requirements for delivering successful project outcomes. His roles include logistics planning, client collaboration and relationship management, project implementation, budgeting and planning.
In his recent role as project manager for a leading waste consultancy in Sydney Bernard has managed the delivery of waste studies including metropolitan, rural and regional domestic audits, bulky waste, event, public place, tertiary institutions, MRF, landfill, transfer station, GPT, litter, office, facility and operations reviews and public place.
Bernard project managed and coordinated Australia’s largest regional waste characterisation audits for the Southern Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (SSROC) from 2008 to 2015. These audit projects represent the largest regional waste characterisation projects in Australia.
Bernard has over 25 years experience as a contract and project manager in delivering a diverse range of time critical projects in Australia and internationally. He has been engaged as a contract and project manager in both the public and private sector. His experience includes senior horticultural consultant in the horticulture industry and 15 years with the former Australian Agency for International Development (AUSAID) where he was engaged as international contracts manager at the Australian Centre for Pacific Development and Training (ACPAC) in Sydney.
Bernard holds a Diploma of Horticulture, Graduate Certificate in Management, Cert. IV in Environment and Sustainability and a Masters in Environmental Management (UNSW).More Info