Kenar - Environmental Manager - Penrith, NSW, Australia

Narmi Kenar

Penrith, NSW, Australia


Environmental Manager

  • Full time
  • Part time
  • One time
  • Contract
  • Temp


Managing the natural resources in sustainable manner with a perspective of availability for the future generations.

Work History

Paraprofessional Interpreter

TIS National- Department of Immigration and Citizenship

From January 2011

TIS(Translating and Interpreting Services) National is my current employer. It is a branch of the DIAC( Department of Immigration and Citizenship) Australia. At TIS I am a NAATI(Australian Accreditation Body) accredited interpreter in Bulgarian/English Language-both ways. My area of specialization is telephone interpreting Australia wide. I do also on-site interpreting in hospitals and for the Magistrate court of Australia and Australian Customs.

Accredited Paraprofessional Interpreter

TIS National- Department of Immigration and Citizenship

From January 2011

TIS is nationwide translation and interpreting services organization at the Department of Immigration and Citizenship

Print Line Supervisor Aug 2000 - Jan 2009
D & R Henderson

D & R Henderson is a private, nationwide company mainly producing particle board products. My role was to supervise the printing of laminated design surfaces for use in furniture and cabinet work.

I managed a team of eight operators and supervised the entire process according to contractor documentation. The operators had a variety of individual duties over which I ensured quality control in a safe work environment.

My specific responsibilities included:
* Production of roller printed products
* Specific administrative tasks
* Preparation of production reports
* Supervision of staff and production
* Quality control and quality testing
* Examination and evaluation of raw materials
* Computerized machine operation

Quality Control - Machine Operator Apr 1997 - Aug 2000
D & R Henderson

As a Machine Operator I worked in the area preparing different paper stocks for laminating processes. Quality control was extremely important, as the standard of raw materials supplied was inconsistent and the needs of an increasingly competitive market meant our product had to be faultless. In recognition of the work I carried out with my team in producing high-quality outputs, I was promoted to Print Line Supervisor after four years.

Full-time tertiary studies

March 2010 - November 2013

Bachelor of Natural Science UWS

Print Line Supervisor

D & R Henderson

August 2000 - January 2009

At D&R Henderson I was also conducting a trial run of a new product ,according to the customer's specifications and was involved in negotiation before signing the contract. Outcomes of those trial runs were important for the company and our business associates, as signing a million dollar contract was depending on them.

Quality Control - Machine Operator

D & R Henderson

April 1997 - August 2000

At D&R Henderson I was a production supervisor responsible for running a production line with a crew of six machine operators. Along supervising production and the crew I was involved in Quality Control of production and raw materials. I was carrying out quality tests on water-based and solvent -based industrial paints and inks in a daily basis. Colour matching and pattern printing were also my daily routines. At the end of every shift I was writing a production report to the management.



September 1996 - September 1997


Machine Operator

Astor Glass Industries

February 1994 - March 1995

At Astor Glass I was operating a unique computer programmed glass drilling machine. Drilling glass is a very delicate operation and requires special skills which I have acquired and applied for fifteen months. Glass handling safety, glass drilling safety and machine programming skills were just a few of the skills .


Fireweed (Senecio madagascariensis) responses to the climate in Australia

Weeds negatively impact on biodiversity, ecosystem function and primary industry, understanding the ecology and evolution is critically important to control population growth and abundance. How does Fireweed from the core introduction to the southern and northern invasion fronts respond to a range of growing temperatures? Do plants from different climatic regions respond differently to growing temperatures?

Qualifications & Certifications

Environmental Management

University of Western Sydney


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