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Andrew Petersen has assumed the role of CEO of Sustainable Business Australia (SBA).

Petersen was formerly the Legal and Advisory Lead of PriceWaterhouseCoopers Australia’s Sustainability and Climate Change practice.

The Tourism Industry Council of Tasmania (TICT) has appointed Luke Martin as its new CEO.

Martin has experience in policy and communications, is also currently an Alderman on the Glenorchy City Council, and is a director and board member of several community and sporting organisations across southern Tasmania.

Martin will commence with TICT on 21 March.

Frank Quinlan has been appointed as the new CEO of the Mental Health Council of Australia.

Quinlan was formerly the Executive Director of Catholic Social Services Australia and has also held senior positions with the Australian Medical Association, the General Practice Computing Group, Alcohol and Other Drugs Council of Australia and the Australian Drug Foundation.

The Printing Industries Association of Australia has launched its campaign to recruit a new CEO following the announced retirement of Philip Andersen.

Andersen last month announced he would be retiring after 19 years service with the association, the past five as its CEO.

Applications for the position close on Friday 25 March 2011. For further information and a position description contact {encode=”” title=”Susan Heanery”}.

The Institute of Arbitrators and Mediators Australia (IAMA) is also seeking a new CEO.

The IAMA is a national professional body which promotes and facilitates appropriate dispute resolution through arbitration, mediation, adjudication and other forms of alternative dispute resolution.

For more information visit the association’s website.

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