Graduate happy to have found work in hometown at NRG

SAFE HANDS: Jordan Diflo is the power station’s new environmental officer.
SAFE HANDS: Jordan Diflo is the power station’s new environmental officer. Brenda Strong

NRG Gladstone Power Station has welcomed Jordan Diflo of Tannum Sands to the position of graduate environmental officer.

Ms Diflo earned her Bachelor of Environmental Science from the University of Sunshine Coast last year.

"I was applying for jobs all over Australia, but I was lucky enough to get a job in Gladstone," said Ms Diflo, whose family lives in Gladstone.

Ms Diflo described Gladstone as a good place to live.

"You are always bumping in to people you know and everyone in the community is very supportive of each other, and willing to lend a hand," she said.

Ms Diflo said she enjoyed the beach, sports, and spending time with friends and family, and was an active supporter of environmental and animal rights organisations.



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