IWC welcomes Water Resources Engineer as new Training Coordinator

IWC welcomes Water Resources Engineer as new Training Coordinator

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Andres Jaramillo has gained vast experience in the water sector in the United States, South America and the Caribbean, Central America, New Zealand and Australia.
IWC welcomes Water Resources Engineer as new Training Coordinator

He has over 15 years of experience in water resources management in irrigation-related projects in the public, private and academic sectors. He has worked in research, extension and as a Project Engineer in local and international projects, in regional government in water resources planning, hydrology/hydrogeology, compliance monitoring, environmental investigations, policy development and permitting, and he has lectured at the tertiary level and organised workshops in water management.

Andres has a B.Sc in Agricultural Engineering, two M.Sc in Irrigation Engineering and Civil Engineering and a Postgraduate Diploma in Environmental Management.

IWC welcomes Andres to its team in Brisbane, and hopes this role will add another interesting, challenging and satisfying step in his career.

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