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  • Property Consultant

    Duties and Responsibilities. Astrump Glen Real Estate is the areas most established and respected real estate agents....

    location Hawthorn Rd, Melbourne VIC, Australia


  • Senior Human Factors Specialist

    SENIOR HUMAN FACTORS SPECIALIST 118,908 - 159,124 (Plus Superannuation) Ongoing Usual hours of work Full Time (flexibility may be available) Usual work location Melbourne, CBD (flexibility may be available) The position of Senior Human Factors Specialist forms a part of the Rail Safety team within Transport Safety Victoria. Under the Rail Safety National Law, rail transport operators are required to have in place methods and means to manage human factors risk associated with their railway operations. Within almost every type railway operation, there is an interaction between the human and the rail technologysystem e.g. passengers boarding trains, people driving trains, maintenance workers maintaining signalling equipment, workers laying track and ballast. Whenever there is an interaction between the human and rail technologysystem, there is a risk of human error which could potentially result in injury or death. The role of the human factors specialist is to ensure that rail transport operators continue to meet their safety duties to manage human factors risks so far as is reasonably practicable, pursuant to the Rail Safety National Law and the Rail Safety (Local Operations) Act 2006. This role reports to the Manager, Technical Services and is responsible for providing specialist advice and recommendations on human factors issues within a regulatory environment and for the development and implementation of strategic programs to enhance system safety in Victorias rail transport system. The position will be required to provide evidence-based advice, options and recommendations which inform decision making processes within Transport Safety Victoria (TSV), the Office of the National Rail Safety Regulator (ONRSR) and other stakeholder organisations. The Senior Human Factors Specialist will be required to build strong and positive relationships with key internal and external stakeholders to promote the use of human factors knowledge, methods and initiatives for the improvement of safety in transport operations. To be successful in this role you will have Tertiary qualifications (preferably at the postgraduate level) in a relevant discipline (e.g. human factors ergonomics, behavioural science) andor significant experience and a record of achievement in human and organisational behaviour within a safety related environment. Extensive experience and knowledge of, and a demonstrated capability to appropriately apply, complex human and organisational behaviour theories and research outcomes within the transport industry or other safety critical industry. Your application should include Updated resume, cover letter and responses to the following questions What do you think are the key skills required to be a competent Human Factors Specialist? What are key challenges facing Human Factors Specialists in practical and applied setting? For a confidential discussion, please call Jordon Lock, Risk Systems Assurance Specialist on 0427162981. Successful candidates will be required to undergo a National Police Records Check prior to commencing employment with the Department. For further information on the position, please see the attached position description. To apply, please click the ˜Apply Now button below. Applications close at midnight on 12 February 2019. Note The generic online form on www.careers.vic.gov.au may ask you to provide responses to all of the KSC. At this step in the on-line process, please only upload your resume and cover letter (as there is NO requirement to address all of the KSC for positions). Once uploaded move on to the last screen where you will be asked to submit responses to the specific questions only. Complete those specific questions to finalise your application. You may also upload responses to the above questions in a separate document and upload it with your resumecover letter.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Project Officer - Education

    SENIOR PROJECT OFFICER - EDUCATION 96,942 - 117,293 (Plus Superannuation) Ongoing Usual hours of work Full Time (flexibility may be available) Usual work location Melbourne, CBD (flexibility may be available) The position of Senior Project Officer forms a part of the Maritime Safety team within Transport Safety Victoria. Reporting to the Manager, Recreational Boating Safety, the Senior Project Officer - Education is responsible for the design, delivery and evaluation of a risk based program of safety interventions and educational initiatives for waterway users across the Victorian maritime community. Working with key business units within Transport Safety Victoria (TSV) and a range of external stakeholders, this role will require a comprehensive understanding of waterway user requirements and issues to implement effective strategies enabling TSV to address emerging issues, risks and trends. In association with relevant stakeholders, the incumbent will identify emerging waterway safety issues and be responsible for the development and delivery of core educational programs and building key stakeholder and industry relationships to support safety education on waterways across Victoria. The role is responsible for providing clear and authoritative advice to internal and external stakeholders, to improve safety outcomes within Victorian waters, through educational interventions based on identified risks. To be successful in this role you will have sound understanding and knowledge of learning development methodologies and experience in developing delivering educational programs and initiatives. For a confidential discussion, please call Gareth Johnson, Manager Recreational Boating Safety on (03) 9655 6382. Successful candidates will be required to undergo a National Police Records Check prior to commencing employment with the Department. For further information on the position, please see the attached position description. To apply, please click the ˜Apply Now button below. All applications must address the Key Selection Criteria outlined in the position description. Applications close at midnight on 12 February 2019 and must address the Key Selection Criteria outlined in the Position Description.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Training Coordinator

    VicTrack are seeking an experienced and dynamic Training Coordinator who is passionate about compliance and training. This newly created role will be a permanent position at our Docklands office. About VicTrack VicTrack owns Victoria™s transport lands, assets and infrastructure, and we work to protect and grow the value of the portfolio, to support a thriving transport system, and make travel and living better for Victorians. With much of the asset portfolio dedicated to transport “ our lands, infrastructure, trams and trains, and telecommunication networks “ our focus is strategic asset management and supporting the delivery of better transport solutions. With a strong commercial focus we invest back into transport and communities, and support other non-commercial activities like community projects and environmental and heritage preservation. About the role Contribute to a safe, value-based and high performance culture by applying specialist training and compliance knowledge to coordinate and deliver training activities. Engage employees, managers and teams to build capability and drive a continuous learning culture at VicTrack. About right candidate We are seeking a passionate and self-motivated Training Coordinator to fulfil this position within the People and Culture Group. Working with internal stakeholders to ensure safety, compliance, competency and learning and development outcomes and objectives are met through designing and developing e-learning modules. Experience coordinating training and competency management within highly regulated and or safety compliance related industries will be highly regarded. Please see www.victrack.com.au for a full position description. Qualifications Certificate IV in Training and Assessment Train the Trainer would be highly regarded. Skills Experience managing end to end training activities Create learning content and facilitate Ability to manage and coordinate technical competencies, training calendar and LMS Strong attention to detail Strong written and verbal communication skills Strong Microsoft Office suite, advanced Excel proficiency Ability to manage stakeholders and vendors Why work for us You will work with a motivated and supportive team of specialists throughout the organisation. A range of training and development options are available to help you grow and develop your career. To apply Please download a full position description from our website www.victrack.com.au. Applications for this career opportunity are invited from Australian Citizens or residents with the right to work in Australia by using the œapply for this job button below. Please attach a copy of your resume and a cover letter outlining your relevant skills and experience for this position. Offer of employment is strictly subject to successful background (pre-employment screening) and criminal records checks Closing Date COB 15th February 2019 VicTrack is an equal opportunity and human rights employer. Please note recruitment agencies will not be engaged in this process.

    location Docklands VIC, Australia


  • Senior Communications and Media Adviser

    Number of vacancies available 1 Position Summary Reporting to the Emergency Management Communications Manager, the Senior Communications and Media Adviser will deliver integrated communications and media support for the departments emergency management function. They will work closely with branch colleagues, executives from the Emergency Management Branch and Health Protection Branch, and relevant business areas across the department and broader emergency management sector. They will develop and implement innovative and comprehensive communications, community engagement, media and stakeholder strategies for emergency preparedness, response, relief and recovery, and the evaluation and reporting on their effectiveness including overseeing the production and distribution of communications and media collateral and events. The incumbent will be required to participate in an out-of-hours standby roster for emergency management and, where necessary, be deployed to the State Control Centre or regional Victoria to provide communications and media support in response to emergencies. In addition, they will be required to collaborate with other teams across the Branch, including the Portfolio teams and Digital Engagement functions, to deliver integrated communications support. When required, and as agreed by the Emergency Management Communications Manager, the incumbent will provide surge support to other areas within the Branch to ensure effective communications services can be delivered during peak periods. Are you A confident communicator and excellent writer, with strong attention to detail? Skilled at preparing engaging written content across a range of media for different audiences and purposes, in a timely and community focussed way? Able to think strategically, effectively manage risk, and engage multiple stakeholders in a dynamic environment? How to Apply Applicants are encouraged to apply online, submitting a cover letter and a current resume. Please note For this role, you are not required to address each of the key selection criteria in a separate written document. Applicants are strongly encouraged to review our Careers Page. This page provides information on the departments recruitment and safety screening processes. Click Apply Now below to submit your interest in this role. For further information please visit the Department of Health and Human Services website httpswww.dhhs.vic.gov.au Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. Work eligibility will be checked as part of the recruitment process.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Project Coordinator

    About Arts Centre Melbourne At Arts Centre Melbourne, we bring people together for remarkable experiences. Sitting beneath our iconic Spire, we™re Australia™s largest and busiest performing arts centre. As a cultural and architectural landmark in Melbourne, our nation™s cultural capital, we™ve showcased the best of Australian and international performing arts for nearly 40 years. We™re now focused on Reimagining Arts Centre Melbourne for the future as part of the Victorian Government™s commitment to transforming the Melbourne Arts Precinct. The Opportunity This role forms part of the Facilities Management Services team where the function is responsible for the strategic planning and effective operational management of the Arts Centre Melbourne services, buildings and precinct in delivering exceptional services to our customers, stakeholders, and the public. Working under the direction of the Manager, Capital Projects, the primary purpose of this role is to deliver various facility improvement projects (with individual values of 20 - 500K) ensuring they are delivered with an appropriate balance of time, cost, scope and to high quality standards and stakeholder satisfaction. We are seeking someone with a strong customer service focus and have a passion for technical designconstruction and interior design works. To be successful you will require Experience delivering projects and scoping, developing and implementing a broad range of facility improvement and renewal projects. Knowledge of statutory requirements and regulations, in particular the application of OHS procedures, the Building Code of Australia and Environmental Protection standards. Experience in the modification of interior and exterior facilities, fittings, structure and services plant and technical equipment upgrades. Ability to develop constructive relationships by effectively managing the competing demands of diverse stakeholders, interest groups and issues Excellent written and verbal communications skills with both technical and non-technical stakeholders. Employee Benefits Arts Centre Melbourne employees enjoy a range of benefits including Opportunity to receive free house seats and complimentary tickets to our shows Organisational-wide learning and development and wellbeing programs Discounted commuter benefits and onsite car-parking Access to health care insurance at competitive rates Food and beverage discounts at our staff café and surrounding restaurants. How to Apply Interested applicants must address the above key criteria in their cover letter and submit together with a current resume. Please refer to the position description for further information. Submit your application before 17 February 2019. Early applications are encouraged as suitable candidates may be invited to attend an interview prior to the closing date. To be considered you will need to have (or be willing to have conducted) a National Police Clearance. Applications are open to those with full-working rights in Australia. Arts Centre Melbourne is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. PD - Senior Project Coordinator Capital Projects.pdf

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Mental Health Clinician

    Comm Forensic Mental Health Full Time Permanent,Full Time Fixed Term Senior Clinician, Victorian Fixated Threat Assessment Centre P3RPN4Allied Health 3 (Two full time permanent positions and one full time 12-month maternity cover available). This is an exciting opportunity to make a significant contribution to the Victorian community in a high profile and important new service. The Victorian Fixated Threat Assessment Centre (VFTAC) has been established as part of the Victorian Governments commitment to deliver on public safety and security. VFTAC is a statewide service jointly staffed by a team of senior forensic mental health clinicians and senior police officers. VFTAC deals specifically with fixated individuals and grievance fuelled lone actors, many of whom have a major mental illness or current mental health needs. Forensic mental health clinicians working in VFTAC are employed by Forensicare, the statutory agency responsible for the provision of adult forensic mental health services across Victoria. VFTAC staff work on site with police on police premises. The Senior Clinician will be responsible for delivering specialist mental health services that in collaboration with Victoria Police staff seek to improve client and community outcomes. The person we are looking for will Be a forensic mental health clinician of at least five years standing. Have a good understanding of and familiarity with forensic mental health risk assessment and threat assessment. Have the ability to work collaboratively with law enforcement and other mental health agencies on complex and sensitive cases. Be an Australian Citizen (required as per Victoria Police Security protocols). This position requires all Psychologists and OT applicants to submit their profile on Forensicares eCredentaling system as part of their application. To submit your profile please click on the relevant link below. Psychologists httpsmyclinicalprofile.com.auOpenPositionLogin.aspx?UniqueId=e5abedf3-6ec3-4b7a-98ee-b6d29f258365 Occupational Therapists httpsmyclinicalprofile.com.auOpenPositionLogin.aspx?UniqueId=2ced7124-dd3d-475e-9834-1cf85685d651 Applicants must specifically address all the key selection criteria in the position description for their application to be considered. Please note that this position is located at Victoria Police Spencer St Complex. To discuss this opportunity, please contact Jennifer McCarthy on (03) 8690 8123. Benefits We value our staff and provide a range of employee benefits including Great salary packaging conditions Excellent leave entitlements Discounted Health Insurance Ongoing training and full orientation Comprehensive Health and Wellbeing Programs including staff gym, staff health service, Critical Incident Stress Management and Employee Assistance Programs. Forensicare values a diverse workforce and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. This position is subject to a Police Check and appropriate security clearance. Forensicare promotes the following values responsiveness, integrity, impartiality, accountability, respect and leadership and promotes behaviours that are consistent with these values at all times. Forensicare is an equal opportunity employer and offers a smoke free environment. Enquiries Jennifer Gail McCarthy Ph (03) 8690 8123 Applications Close 15022019 To view the position description or submit your application please click the Apply Now button below.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Mental Health Clinician

    Comm Forensic Mental Health Full Time Permanent,Full Time Fixed Term Senior Clinician, Victorian Fixated Threat Assessment Centre P3RPN4Allied Health 3 (Two full time permanent positions and one full time 12-month maternity cover available). This is an exciting opportunity to make a significant contribution to the Victorian community in a high profile and important new service. The Victorian Fixated Threat Assessment Centre (VFTAC) has been established as part of the Victorian Governments commitment to deliver on public safety and security. VFTAC is a statewide service jointly staffed by a team of senior forensic mental health clinicians and senior police officers. VFTAC deals specifically with fixated individuals and grievance fuelled lone actors, many of whom have a major mental illness or current mental health needs. Forensic mental health clinicians working in VFTAC are employed by Forensicare, the statutory agency responsible for the provision of adult forensic mental health services across Victoria. VFTAC staff work on site with police on police premises. The Senior Clinician will be responsible for delivering specialist mental health services that in collaboration with Victoria Police staff seek to improve client and community outcomes. The person we are looking for will Be a forensic mental health clinician of at least five years standing. Have a good understanding of and familiarity with forensic mental health risk assessment and threat assessment. Have the ability to work collaboratively with law enforcement and other mental health agencies on complex and sensitive cases. Be an Australian Citizen (required as per Victoria Police Security protocols). This position requires all Psychologists and OT applicants to submit their profile on Forensicares eCredentaling system as part of their application. To submit your profile please click on the relevant link below. Psychologists httpsmyclinicalprofile.com.auOpenPositionLogin.aspx?UniqueId=e5abedf3-6ec3-4b7a-98ee-b6d29f258365 Occupational Therapists httpsmyclinicalprofile.com.auOpenPositionLogin.aspx?UniqueId=2ced7124-dd3d-475e-9834-1cf85685d651 Applicants must specifically address all the key selection criteria in the position description for their application to be considered. Please note that this position is located at Victoria Police Spencer St Complex. To discuss this opportunity, please contact Jennifer McCarthy on (03) 8690 8123. Benefits We value our staff and provide a range of employee benefits including Great salary packaging conditions Excellent leave entitlements Discounted Health Insurance Ongoing training and full orientation Comprehensive Health and Wellbeing Programs including staff gym, staff health service, Critical Incident Stress Management and Employee Assistance Programs. Forensicare values a diverse workforce and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. This position is subject to a Police Check and appropriate security clearance. Forensicare promotes the following values responsiveness, integrity, impartiality, accountability, respect and leadership and promotes behaviours that are consistent with these values at all times. Forensicare is an equal opportunity employer and offers a smoke free environment. Enquiries Jennifer Gail McCarthy Ph (03) 8690 8123 Applications Close 15022019 To view the position description or submit your application please click the Apply Now button below.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Educator

    Creates excitement and FUN for our guests on the retail floor. We expect that you will be enrolled in participating in weekly fitness activities in and out of...

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Project Officer

    The Project Officer will support information management projects and provide specialist advice to Agency staff on matters related to privacy and confidentiality...

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Adviser

    We are building an inclusive workplace to help realise the potential of our employees, embrace our differences, and apply our diverse thinking to innovation and delivering services to Victorian communities. All jobs can be worked flexibly and we encourage job applications from Aboriginal people, people with disabilities, young people and people from culturally diverse backgrounds. As Senior Adviser you will require to have demonstrated experience in leading and managing a small team, and providing responsive, authoritative advice on complex issues. You will have a strong ability to juggle priorities and competing demands in a fast paced environment while maintaining absolute attention to detail. You are responsible for providing guidance and services to support the Executive Director, Strategy and Performance and other divisional executives to support the achievement of strategic and operational objectives of the Division. This role will require you to provide responsive, succinct, sophisticated and authoritative written and verbal advice on a range of policy, program and operational issues to influence departmental policy direction and decision-making. You will manage projects, maintain effective communications with direct report whilst providing seamless and integrated support to the executive team. A degree in business administrationbusiness management, management, public administration or relevant work experience would be highly desirable. This is an ongoing position To be considered for this position, your application should include a supporting statement demonstrating that you meet the key selection criteria and any job requirements specified in the position description. Applications close at midnight Wednesday 13 February 2019.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Communication and Engagement Business Support Officer

    About the VEC The Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) conducts State and local council elections and is responsible for promoting public awareness and understanding of electoral issues in the Victorian community. Our vision is for all Victorians actively participating in their democracy. Apply now to make a meaningful contribution to the democratic process. About the role Reporting directly to the Manager Communication, the Communication and Engagement Business Support Officer will be responsible for supporting the Branch™s business processes, administration and preparation of documentation and records. The successful candidate will enjoy working autonomously, while also being a great team player, and be highly organised with a proactive approach. You will be responsible for Providing high-level administrative support in the preparation of documents, including the drafting of correspondence, procedures, reports and evaluations on behalf of the Branch. Developing and maintaining a cataloguing system for Branch communication products and resources. Providing advice and support to the Branch in relation to business systems. Leading the Branch™s document and records management activities. Providing secretariat support as needed. What you™ll bring to the role To be successful in this role you will be highly organised and an expert multi-tasker with the ability to contribute on simultaneous projects. You will have well-developed customer service and strong relationship management skills, enabling you to effectively engage with a range of stakeholders across the business including external clients. Expertise with Microsoft Office including Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint will be highly regarded. Why the VEC is a great place to work We provide a values driven workplace culture with a passion for excellence and innovation in the services we provide. We offer a supportive environment that encourages professional development and provide opportunities to broaden your experience though internal working groups and committees across VEC branches. We have wellbeing programs and initiatives which aim to promote a culture of positive wellbeing, including an Employee Assistance Program and a social club. We understand the importance of worklife balance and provide flex-time to our VPS grade 1-4 employees. We are committed to diversity and inclusion in our workplaces with the people we employ, and at the ballot box with the people we serve. We aim to create a workplace that is inclusive, equitable, and safe for all. We understand that candidates may need adjustments in the recruitment process andor workplace. For any questions or request for accommodations, please e-mail hrvec.vic.gov.au We encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply. How to apply Applications should be lodged online via the position listing at careers.vic.gov.au. The VEC can only accept applications lodged via Victorian Government Careers website. All applicants must submit a current CV and a 250 word statement addressing the Key Selection Criteria contained in the position description (KSC™s 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4 and 4.5 only). A separate response to the Key Selection Criteria is not required. A copy of the position description can be found via the position listing at careers.vic.gov.au. Applications close at 1159pm on 6 February 2019. The VEC is an equal opportunity employer. In accordance with Section 17A of the Electoral Act 2002, the VEC may ask applicants for disclosure of specific political activities that could compromise the perceived independence of the organisation. Please read the Disclosure of Political Activities Fact Sheet before applying. VEC contact details For further information please contact Mike Lagastes on (03) 8620 1189 or email mike.lagastesvec.vic.gov.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Industry Engagement Project Officer - Digital Cadastre Modernisation

    We are building an inclusive workplace to help realise the potential of our employees, embrace our differences, and apply our diverse thinking to innovation and delivering services to Victorian communities. All jobs can be worked flexibly and we encourage job applications from Aboriginal people, people with disabilities, young people and people from culturally diverse backgrounds. The Industry Engagement Project Offer will support the development and implementation of stakeholder engagement activities, programs and strategies in accordance with DELWPs Community Engagement Framework, to successfully transition Victoria to a modernised digital cadastre. They will contribute to the coordination and delivery of events in support of the DCM project and with DEWLP and Land Use Victoria Communications team to ensure consistency of messaging and channel use. The successful candidate must have a tertiary qualification andor significant experience in communications, marketing, visual design or equivalent. Highly desirable, they will also possess experience in communications planning and delivery a communications andor engagement role within government communicating a change or reform process, and knowledge of or experience in the use of geospatial data. This is a fixed term position available for a period of 2 years. To be considered for this position, your application should include a supporting statement demonstrating that you meet the key selection criteria and any job requirements specified in the position description. Applications close at midnight Wednesday, 13 February 2019. To apply online and for further information on position description and selection criteria visit www.careers.vic.gov.au.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Child Protection Team Manager

    Number of vacancies available Various positions available (ongoing and fixed term) Office Location(s) 71 Moreland Street, Footscray VIC 3011 Position Summary The child protection Team Manager is responsible for effective service delivery, managing resources and budget, cases awaiting allocation and small teams of practitioners. The Team Manager has the formal delegation to endorse and review case plans to bring about the changes necessary to ensure the safety, stability and development of children and young people and to promote the achievement of case plan objectives within specified timeframes. The position will work collaboratively with the Senior Child Protection Practitioners to strengthen case practice, provide effective service delivery and to support other practitioners. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- How to Apply Applicants are encouraged to apply online, submitting a cover letter and a current resume. Please note For this role, you are not required to address each of the key selection criteria in a separate written document. Applicants are strongly encouraged to review our Careers Page. This page provides information on the departments recruitment and safety screening processes. Click Apply Now below to submit your interest in this role. For further information please visit the Department of Health and Human Services website httpswww.dhhs.vic.gov.au Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. Work eligibility will be checked as part of the recruitment process.

    location Footscray Station, Hopkins St, Footscray VIC 3011, Australia


  • Senior Child Protection Practitioner (Supervisory and non supervisory)

    Number of vacancies available Various positions available (ongoing and fixed term) Office Location(s) 71 Moreland Street, Footscray VIC 3011 Position Summary In the context of a whole of community approach, Senior Child Protection Practitioners have a specific statutory role in protecting children and young people from harm and promoting their rights and healthy development. Are you Committed to working with children, young people and families? Able to effectively engage to provide families with the optimum capacity for change? Continually improving your skills and knowledge to further develop your professional practice? ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- How to Apply Applicants are encouraged to apply online, submitting a cover letter and a current resume. Please note For this role, you are not required to address each of the key selection criteria in a separate written document. Applicants are strongly encouraged to review our Careers Page. This page provides information on the departments recruitment and safety screening processes. Click Apply Now below to submit your interest in this role. For further information please visit the Department of Health and Human Services website httpswww.dhhs.vic.gov.au Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. Work eligibility will be checked as part of the recruitment process.

    location Preston St, Coburg VIC 3058, Australia


  • Program Assistant

    Program Assistant VPS 2.1 Casual role Flexibility to work weekend and evening shifts required Fantastic opportunity to apply your exceptional customer service skills in a public-facing role in the Librarys unique venues About us State Library Victoria is the States premier reference and research library, the hub of state-wide information and communication network, and a gateway to the worlds information. The State Library is Australias busiest public library with a collection of over 4.9 million items and a diverse range of exhibitions and programming, inspiring possibilities for all Victorians. About the role (position description is attached) As part of Vision 2020 redevelopment the Library has upgraded its venue spaces to include state of the art audio visual and digital equipment to enhance the event experiences available to clients. With over 350 (and growing) events held annually in our unique spaces we are seeking to enhance our Audience Experience team with experienced customer-focused Program Assistants. This is a public-facing role, essential to the delivery of Audience Engagement programs. The role also requires set up and pack-down of event infrastructure (stages, tables and chairs, etc), with some heavy lifting required. State Library Victoria promotes a workplace that actively seeks to welcome and value the unique contributions of all people. We encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, LGBTIQ+ people, and people of all ages and abilities to apply for this role. How to apply A merit-based selection process applies to all Library roles. Applications including a resume and statement addressing the Key Selection Criteria should be submitted online by visiting State Library Victoria httpswww.slv.vic.gov.auabout-uswork-with-us or www.careers.vic.gov.au. Please direct any questions about the application process to employmentslv.vic.gov.au. Your enquiry will be handled by a member of the People Branch. State Library Victoria promotes a workplace that actively seeks to welcome and value the unique contributions of all people. We encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, LGBTIQ+ people, and people of all ages and abilities to apply for this role. State Library Victoria supports flexible working arrangements, including working from home, flexible hours and generous leave benefits for study and carers responsibilities. Applications close Wednesday, 13 February 2019

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Asset Information Specialist

    VLine, Victorias largest regional passenger transport operator, has a proud history of serving its communities and customers through rail and coach services. As part of a constantly evolving industry, VLine is responsible for over 80 train stations and maintenance of approximately 4,200 kilometres of rail track across Victoria. The organisation is committed to maintaining a high focus on safety and delivering excellent customer service, continually striving to improve the overall customer experience. The Asset Information Specialist is a new role as part of a broader Asset Management Framework focussed team and is responsible for the development of the Asset Information Strategy as part of an ISO55001 certified Asset Management System. The role will also act as a key liaison between the Asset Management and IT teams at VLine. Reporting to the Manager “ Asset Management Framework, you will actively work with stakeholders to undertake strategic reviews of the key asset management processes and develop plans to bring them in line with the requirements of ISO55001 and other relevant standards. You will ensure that the Asset Information systems enable it to achieve its objectives and goals by treating data and information as an asset. Other responsibilities include assisting in developing specifications for new or enhanced business systems, supporting the deployment of new or enhanced business systems into the production environment, planning the collection, maintenance and updating storage and dissemination of Asset Management information and ensuring stakeholders are engagement in the development of Asset Management processes and framework. To be successful in securing this role you will have demonstrated and sound experience in Asset Management or Asset Information Systems and ideally be tertiary qualified in an Engineering or business discipline or equivalent. Knowledge of asset management and asset information systems to support Asset Management decision making is critical in this role. Clear and concise communication paired with the ability to liaise with and influence various stakeholder is pivotal. You will have a bigger picture focus and have excellent attention to detail as well as being able to work fairly autonomously with a drive to see project projects from start to finish. The salary for this position will be commensurate with experience. The selection process may include aptitude assessments, a behavioural event interview and a national probity (police) check. Please note that all candidates will be notified of the outcome of their application, but unsuccessful candidates will not be provided with specific feedback. To apply for this position, please click the ˜Apply for this Position Now™ below. No agency enquiries.

    location Docklands VIC, Australia


  • Senior Industry Engagement Officer – Digital Cadastre Modernisation

    About the Department The Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) brings together Victorias planning, local government, environment, energy, suburban development, forests, emergency management, climate change and water functions into a single department to strengthen connections between the environment, community, industry and economy. It is tasked with ensuring that Victoria has the right conditions to enable economic growth, while delivering liveable, inclusive and sustainable communities. We are building an inclusive workplace to help realise the potential of our employees, embrace our differences, and apply our diverse thinking to innovation and delivering services to Victorian communities. All jobs can be worked flexibly and we encourage job applications from Aboriginal people, people with disabilities, young people and people from culturally diverse backgrounds. About the role The Senior Industry Engagement Officer will lead the communications and engagement activities that support the successful transition to a modernised digital cadastre for Victoria. The Digital Cadastre Modernisation (DCM) project is a major deliverable for the Strategic Land Assessment and Information division in Land Use Victoria to upgrade the accuracy of the states authoritative map of property boundaries (cadastre). The overall project is managed by the Director, Digital Cadastre Modernisation and is being implemented across four stages with a core team of nine. About you You will have demonstrated experience implementing significant community and stakeholder engagement programs the ability to develop strong, collaborative and productive working relationships across all levels. Your written and verbal communication skills will be second-to-none, along with your strategic-thinking and innovation skills and track record for delivering targeted communications to a diverse range of stakeholders. Mandatory requirement A degree andor significant experience in communications, journalism, marketing or equivalent. Desirable requirements Experience in strategic communications planning and delivery. Experience in a senior communications andor engagement role within government will be highly regarded. Experience in communicating a change or reform process will be highly regarded. Knowledge of or experience in the use of geospatial data will be highly regarded. This is a fixed-term position, for a period of 2 years. To be considered for this position, your application should include a supporting statement demonstrating that you meet the key selection criteria and any job requirements specified in the position description. For a confidential discussion on the role, please call Amelia Chapman, Director - Land Information Spatial Services on (03) 9194 0194. Applications close at 1159 P.M. Wednesday, 13 February 2019.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Project Officer

    The closing date for this position is Thursday, 14 February 2019.This position is only open to applicants with relevant rights to work in Australia....

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Board Members

    The Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change is seeking expressions of interest to fill upcoming Sustainability Victoria Board Member vacancies. These appointments are expected to commence from 1 July 2019 for a term not exceeding five years determined by the Minister. The Board is established under the Sustainability Victoria Act 2005 to facilitate and promote environmental sustainability in the use of resources. For further information on Sustainability Victoria and the Board, visit www.sustainability.vic.gov.au. Candidates must demonstrate skills, experience or knowledge in at least one and preferably more of the following waste management within local government the waste industry the environment business management change management marketing education behavioural change energy and resources regional and rural affairs Expertise in climate change is also desirable. The Victorian Government is committed to ensuring our boards reflect the diversity of our communities. Women, people with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds, people with a disability, young people and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. For more information, visit the Victorian Government™s Get On Board website getonboard.vic.gov.au or phone Lysanne Kingswell, Acting Manager, Governance on (03) 9637 9317 or Salome Pinto, Governance Officer on (03) 9412 4303. Applicants are required to undergo police and other probity checks. Please note When submitting your application online, there will be questions pertaining to the position™s Key Selection Criteria to which you are required to respond. Applicants will not be required to submit a separate cover letter or statement addressing each of the key selection criteria. Expressions of interest close midnight 19 February 2019.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Casual bank (RPN2) - Thomas Embling Hospital

    Thomas Embling Hospital Casual Multiple Casual RPN2 opportunities available Attractive rates and great salary packaging conditions Free onsite parking Forensicare is the statutory agency responsible for the provision of adult forensic mental health services across Victoria. The positions are located at Thomas Embling Hospital, based in Fairfield just 15 minutes north of the Melbourne CBD. Thomas Embling Hospital is a 116 bed secure hospital providing acute care, rehabilitation and continuing care services. Primarily designed to facilitate the provision of assessments, acute or continuing care and treatment for patients from the criminal justice system, the hospital is a unique service provided nowhere else in Victoria. About the role You will deliver care within a high-security forensic hospital, practicing within a Recovery framework and using sound judgement to assess, plan, implement, evaluate, and maintain a high standard of patient care. Qualification, skills and experience Postgraduate Diploma in Mental Health Nursing or equivalent Current registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulations Agency (AHPRA) as a Psychiatric Nurse Benefits We value our staff and provide a range of employee benefits including Great salary packaging conditions (including casual staff) Post graduate scholarship programs Ongoing training and full orientation Comprehensive Health and Wellbeing Programs including staff gym, staff health service, Critical Incident Stress Management and Employee Assistance Programs. Forensicare values a diverse workforce and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. This position is subject to a Police Check. Forensicare promotes the following values responsiveness, integrity, impartiality, accountability, respect and leadership and promotes behaviours that are consistent with these values at all times. Forensicare is an equal opportunity employer and offers a smoke free environment. Enquiries Clinical Administration Ph (03) 9495 9156 Applications Close To view the position description or submit your application please click the Apply Now button below.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Merchandise Teller

    MERCHANDISE TELLER At MOP we are passionate about delivering world class customer experiences every day. How do we do this? By seeking out the best talent to build a high performance, integrated organisation that is passionate about creating unforgettable memories for our guests. The role This role is responsible for the management, handling and reconciliation of cash and EFTPOS sales for their allocated event at Melbourne and Olympic Park precinct. A focus on ensuring cash handling policy is adhered to, accurate records are kept and reconciliation is a true representation of the sales is imperative to the success of this role. This role will report directly to the Merchandise Team leader with a reporting line to the Event Project Manager - Commercial. To be considered for this role applicants must be available to offers of casual work throughout the event calendar year and be able to demonstrate good availability to the common timings of the role. As a guide, you must have great availability on weekends and have flexible availability throughout the week as the role is event based with varying hours. Prior experience in cash handlingmanagement is also essential. Responsibilities of the role include Manage and reconcile floats and takings from multiple Merchandise stands Complete required paperwork for allocated event. Manage a team of staff in a supportive and positive manner. Ability to work long and sometimes indefinite hours Aid in seller duties What you will bring to the role Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills Comfortable working in a very fast paced, dynamic and changing environment Demonstrate a strong ability to remain robust, not personalize complaints or criticism Friendly and engaging personality Ability to manage a dynamic range of requirements and requests in a short period of time Flexibility to work within different capacities within the department i.e. program seller, counting, displays, supervising, etc. Excellent ability to maintain confidentiality Skilled in all Microsoft Applications Skilled at Data Entry (includes adequate keyboard skills) Experience working in a retail or hospitality environment Experience managing cash accurately in a fast paced environment Experienced with radio protocol and communications ¦and who are we? Melbourne Olympic Parks is the heart of sport and entertainment in Australia We are proud to host an extensive range of events, most notably the Australian Open along with high profile music and entertainment events, such as Foo Fighters, Lady Gaga, Beyonce, The Rolling Stones and Disney on Ice. We strive to deliver world-class experiences for our clients through our venues and facilities at Rod Laver Arena, AAMI Park, Hisense Arena and Margaret Court Arena. If you have the essential knowledge, skills and experience to achieve success in this role then we want to hear from you MOP values the privacy of every individual™s personal information and is committed to the protection of personal information. Your personal information is handled in accordance with the Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014 (Vic.). Please refer to the MOP Careers Page at httpwww.mopt.com.aucareersemployment-opportunities for more information. APPLICATIONS CLOSE SUNDAY 10th FEBRUARY 2019

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Prison officer - Melbourne Assessment Prison and Courts

    Prison officer - Melbourne Assesssment Prison and Courts Full time, ongoing prison officer vacancies - Melbourne Assessment Prison and Courts Located in Melbournes CBD (near Southern Cross Station) 54,439 + 69,909 per annum plus super (+ additional penalties for evening and weekend shifts) No qualifications or specific work experience in a similar industry is required. We hire from a range of different trades and backgrounds including veterans, hospitality and events, security, personal training, transport, automotive and construction. Eight-weeks paid training commences Monday, 6 May 2019. We invite you to attend one the below information sessions. You will hear from our prison officers and staff, find out more about our vacancies and ask any questions you may have. Please register below - i) 10.30am - 11.30am, Saturday, 2 February, Chadstone For more information and to register, click here Please note, free car parking is available at this venue. ii) 6.30pm - 7.30pm Thursday, 7 February, Melbourne, CBD For more information and to register, click here Please note, there is no suitable street parking available. evening car parking is available (including car parks nearby). If you choose to attend this information session, it is strongly advised that you catch public transport. Melbourne Assessment Prison (MAP) State-run maximum security facility, housing only male prisoners The only prison in Victoria which is located in Melbournes CBD and is a short walk from the Southern Cross station. Has the highest ratio of prison officers to prisoners in the state There is a strong security and safety aspect in this role Prison officers can also be required to work within the Courts, which involves working as a prison officer based at the Supreme Court of Victoria and the County Court of Victoria working within daytime weekday hours. providing supervision, security and escorts for all offenders that are being held in custody and scheduled to appear in court Who we are looking for People with energy, empathy and resilience. We hire mature prison officers with life experience “ people who can find common ground with anyone. You dont need to be big and strong in physique, your communication skills are your most powerful tool to gain respect from prisoners and de-escalate situations. Life experience and maturity “ having the ability to be strong role models for prisoners High energy levels and a reasonable level of fitness The ability to use computer systems and learn and adapt to new software and systems with training self-confidence “ having the initiative to make decisions quickly and take accountability for your actions Your day-to-day responsibilities include upholding the safety and security of those in custody, your team mates and visitors supervising and assisting both male and female people in custody who are attending their court hearings. patrols, prisoner head counts, lock downs, meetings with visitors, cell searches Assisting with prisoner enquiries about processes, ie. Inductions, how to organise visits, mail, medication, etc. using computer to keep record of prisoners case files Benefits of becoming a prison officer with Melbourne Assessment Prison and Courts Penalty rates for working night shifts and weekends, in addition to bi-annual pay increases Located on Spencer Street, next to Southern Cross Station, trams, supermarket, and various cafes. Free access to an onsite gym and sauna. Social culture “ numerous informal and scheduled team social events throughout the year. Yearly salary increases based on meeting your performance requirements. Access to further education and ongoing training opportunities, including enrolment in Certificate III in Correctional Practice (Custodial). Once your certification is complete, you will be rewarded with a salary increase. Opportunities for promotions within MAP and Courts, including Senior Prison Officer and specialised areas, such as Security and Emergency Services Group (SESG). Job security with guaranteed full-time working hours, where you will accrue superannuation, annual leave and sick leave. Eight-weeks paid training involving both practical and class room training, covering self-defence, cultural awareness, report writing and conflict management. Begin your career with a squad of like-minded, new prison officers, who will soon become your long term colleagues and friends throughout your career with Corrections Victoria. Applications will be regularly reviewed up until the closing date, so please do not delay in submitting your application. At the Department of Justice and Community Safety, our goal is for our workforce to reflect the diverse community we serve. We continually seek to employ people of any gender, age, religion, sexual orientation, with a disability, and varied cultural backgrounds. In addition, we have a firm commitment to increase participation of Aboriginal andor Torres Strait Islander people across our workforce.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Prison officer - Melbourne Assesssment Prison and Courts

    Full time, ongoing prison officer vacancies - Melbourne Assessment Prison and Courts Located in Melbournes CBD (near Southern Cross Station) 54,439 + 69,909 per annum plus super (+ additional penalties for evening and weekend shifts) No qualifications or specific work experience in a similar industry is required. We hire from a range of different trades and backgrounds including veterans, hospitality and events, security, personal training, transport, automotive and construction. Eight-weeks paid training commences Monday, 6 May 2019. We invite you to attend one the below information sessions. You will hear from our prison officers and staff, find out more about our vacancies and ask any questions you may have. Please register below - i) 10.30am - 11.30am, Saturday, 2 February, Chadstone For more information and to register, click here Please note, free car parking is available at this venue. ii) 6.30pm - 7.30pm Thursday, 7 February, Melbourne, CBD For more information and to register, click here Please note, there is no suitable street parking available. evening car parking is available (including car parks nearby). If you choose to attend this information session, it is strongly advised that you catch public transport. Melbourne Assessment Prison (MAP) State-run maximum security facility, housing only male prisoners The only prison in Victoria which is located in Melbournes CBD and is a short walk from the Southern Cross station. Has the highest ratio of prison officers to prisoners in the state There is a strong security and safety aspect in this role Prison officers can also be required to work within the Courts, which involves working as a prison officer based at the Supreme Court of Victoria and the County Court of Victoria working within daytime weekday hours. providing supervision, security and escorts for all offenders that are being held in custody and scheduled to appear in court Who we are looking for People with energy, empathy and resilience. We hire mature prison officers with life experience “ people who can find common ground with anyone. You dont need to be big and strong in physique, your communication skills are your most powerful tool to gain respect from prisoners and de-escalate situations. Life experience and maturity “ having the ability to be strong role models for prisoners High energy levels and a reasonable level of fitness The ability to use computer systems and learn and adapt to new software and systems with training self-confidence “ having the initiative to make decisions quickly and take accountability for your actions Your day-to-day responsibilities include upholding the safety and security of those in custody, your team mates and visitors supervising and assisting both male and female people in custody who are attending their court hearings. patrols, prisoner head counts, lock downs, meetings with visitors, cell searches Assisting with prisoner enquiries about processes, ie. Inductions, how to organise visits, mail, medication, etc. using computer to keep record of prisoners case files Benefits of becoming a prison officer with Melbourne Assessment Prison and Courts Penalty rates for working night shifts and weekends, in addition to bi-annual pay increases Located on Spencer Street, next to Southern Cross Station, trams, supermarket, and various cafes. Free access to an onsite gym and sauna. Social culture “ numerous informal and scheduled team social events throughout the year. Yearly salary increases based on meeting your performance requirements. Access to further education and ongoing training opportunities, including enrolment in Certificate III in Correctional Practice (Custodial). Once your certification is complete, you will be rewarded with a salary increase. Opportunities for promotions within MAP and Courts, including Senior Prison Officer and specialised areas, such as Security and Emergency Services Group (SESG). Job security with guaranteed full-time working hours, where you will accrue superannuation, annual leave and sick leave. Eight-weeks paid training involving both practical and class room training, covering self-defence, cultural awareness, report writing and conflict management. Begin your career with a squad of like-minded, new prison officers, who will soon become your long term colleagues and friends throughout your career with Corrections Victoria. Applications will be regularly reviewed up until the closing date, so please do not delay in submitting your application. At the Department of Justice and Community Safety, our goal is for our workforce to reflect the diverse community we serve. We continually seek to employ people of any gender, age, religion, sexual orientation, with a disability, and varied cultural backgrounds. In addition, we have a firm commitment to increase participation of Aboriginal andor Torres Strait Islander people across our workforce.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Prison officer - Melbourne Assessment Prison and Courts

    Prison officer - Melbourne Assesssment Prison and Courts Full time, ongoing prison officer vacancies - Melbourne Assessment Prison and Courts Located in Melbournes CBD (near Southern Cross Station) 54,439 + 69,909 per annum plus super (+ additional penalties for evening and weekend shifts) No qualifications or specific work experience in a similar industry is required. We hire from a range of different trades and backgrounds including veterans, hospitality and events, security, personal training, transport, automotive and construction. Eight-weeks paid training commences Monday, 6 May 2019. We invite you to attend one the below information sessions. You will hear from our prison officers and staff, find out more about our vacancies and ask any questions you may have. Please register below - i) 10.30am - 11.30am, Saturday, 2 February, Chadstone For more information and to register, click here Please note, free car parking is available at this venue. ii) 6.30pm - 7.30pm Thursday, 7 February, Melbourne, CBD For more information and to register, click here Please note, there is no suitable street parking available. evening car parking is available (including car parks nearby). If you choose to attend this information session, it is strongly advised that you catch public transport. Melbourne Assessment Prison (MAP) State-run maximum security facility, housing only male prisoners The only prison in Victoria which is located in Melbournes CBD and is a short walk from the Southern Cross station. Has the highest ratio of prison officers to prisoners in the state There is a strong security and safety aspect in this role Prison officers can also be required to work within the Courts, which involves working as a prison officer based at the Supreme Court of Victoria and the County Court of Victoria working within daytime weekday hours. providing supervision, security and escorts for all offenders that are being held in custody and scheduled to appear in court Who we are looking for People with energy, empathy and resilience. We hire mature prison officers with life experience “ people who can find common ground with anyone. You dont need to be big and strong in physique, your communication skills are your most powerful tool to gain respect from prisoners and de-escalate situations. Life experience and maturity “ having the ability to be strong role models for prisoners High energy levels and a reasonable level of fitness The ability to use computer systems and learn and adapt to new software and systems with training self-confidence “ having the initiative to make decisions quickly and take accountability for your actions Your day-to-day responsibilities include upholding the safety and security of those in custody, your team mates and visitors supervising and assisting both male and female people in custody who are attending their court hearings. patrols, prisoner head counts, lock downs, meetings with visitors, cell searches Assisting with prisoner enquiries about processes, ie. Inductions, how to organise visits, mail, medication, etc. using computer to keep record of prisoners case files Benefits of becoming a prison officer with Melbourne Assessment Prison and Courts Penalty rates for working night shifts and weekends, in addition to bi-annual pay increases Located on Spencer Street, next to Southern Cross Station, trams, supermarket, and various cafes. Free access to an onsite gym and sauna. Social culture “ numerous informal and scheduled team social events throughout the year. Yearly salary increases based on meeting your performance requirements. Access to further education and ongoing training opportunities, including enrolment in Certificate III in Correctional Practice (Custodial). Once your certification is complete, you will be rewarded with a salary increase. Opportunities for promotions within MAP and Courts, including Senior Prison Officer and specialised areas, such as Security and Emergency Services Group (SESG). Job security with guaranteed full-time working hours, where you will accrue superannuation, annual leave and sick leave. Eight-weeks paid training involving both practical and class room training, covering self-defence, cultural awareness, report writing and conflict management. Begin your career with a squad of like-minded, new prison officers, who will soon become your long term colleagues and friends throughout your career with Corrections Victoria. Applications will be regularly reviewed up until the closing date, so please do not delay in submitting your application. At the Department of Justice and Community Safety, our goal is for our workforce to reflect the diverse community we serve. We continually seek to employ people of any gender, age, religion, sexual orientation, with a disability, and varied cultural backgrounds. In addition, we have a firm commitment to increase participation of Aboriginal andor Torres Strait Islander people across our workforce.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Prison officer - Melbourne Assessment Prison and Courts

    Prison officer - Melbourne Assesssment Prison and Courts Full time, ongoing prison officer vacancies - Melbourne Assessment Prison and Courts Located in Melbournes CBD (near Southern Cross Station) 54,439 + 69,909 per annum plus super (+ additional penalties for evening and weekend shifts) No qualifications or specific work experience in a similar industry is required. We hire from a range of different trades and backgrounds including veterans, hospitality and events, security, personal training, transport, automotive and construction. Eight-weeks paid training commences Monday, 6 May 2019. We invite you to attend one the below information sessions. You will hear from our prison officers and staff, find out more about our vacancies and ask any questions you may have. Please register below - i) 10.30am - 11.30am, Saturday, 2 February, Chadstone For more information and to register, click here Please note, free car parking is available at this venue. ii) 6.30pm - 7.30pm Thursday, 7 February, Melbourne, CBD For more information and to register, click here Please note, there is no suitable street parking available. evening car parking is available (including car parks nearby). If you choose to attend this information session, it is strongly advised that you catch public transport. Melbourne Assessment Prison (MAP) State-run maximum security facility, housing only male prisoners The only prison in Victoria which is located in Melbournes CBD and is a short walk from the Southern Cross station. Has the highest ratio of prison officers to prisoners in the state There is a strong security and safety aspect in this role Prison officers can also be required to work within the Courts, which involves working as a prison officer based at the Supreme Court of Victoria and the County Court of Victoria working within daytime weekday hours. providing supervision, security and escorts for all offenders that are being held in custody and scheduled to appear in court Who we are looking for People with energy, empathy and resilience. We hire mature prison officers with life experience “ people who can find common ground with anyone. You dont need to be big and strong in physique, your communication skills are your most powerful tool to gain respect from prisoners and de-escalate situations. Life experience and maturity “ having the ability to be strong role models for prisoners High energy levels and a reasonable level of fitness The ability to use computer systems and learn and adapt to new software and systems with training self-confidence “ having the initiative to make decisions quickly and take accountability for your actions Your day-to-day responsibilities include upholding the safety and security of those in custody, your team mates and visitors supervising and assisting both male and female people in custody who are attending their court hearings. patrols, prisoner head counts, lock downs, meetings with visitors, cell searches Assisting with prisoner enquiries about processes, ie. Inductions, how to organise visits, mail, medication, etc. using computer to keep record of prisoners case files Benefits of becoming a prison officer with Melbourne Assessment Prison and Courts Penalty rates for working night shifts and weekends, in addition to bi-annual pay increases Located on Spencer Street, next to Southern Cross Station, trams, supermarket, and various cafes. Free access to an onsite gym and sauna. Social culture “ numerous informal and scheduled team social events throughout the year. Yearly salary increases based on meeting your performance requirements. Access to further education and ongoing training opportunities, including enrolment in Certificate III in Correctional Practice (Custodial). Once your certification is complete, you will be rewarded with a salary increase. Opportunities for promotions within MAP and Courts, including Senior Prison Officer and specialised areas, such as Security and Emergency Services Group (SESG). Job security with guaranteed full-time working hours, where you will accrue superannuation, annual leave and sick leave. Eight-weeks paid training involving both practical and class room training, covering self-defence, cultural awareness, report writing and conflict management. Begin your career with a squad of like-minded, new prison officers, who will soon become your long term colleagues and friends throughout your career with Corrections Victoria. Applications will be regularly reviewed up until the closing date, so please do not delay in submitting your application. At the Department of Justice and Community Safety, our goal is for our workforce to reflect the diverse community we serve. We continually seek to employ people of any gender, age, religion, sexual orientation, with a disability, and varied cultural backgrounds. In addition, we have a firm commitment to increase participation of Aboriginal andor Torres Strait Islander people across our workforce.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Manager, Infrastructure, Assets and Planning

    139,018 per annum + 9.5 superannuation Full Time, Fixed Term for 3 years Closing date for applications 5pm on 4 February 2019 The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is seeking a Senior Manager, Infrastructure, Assets and Planning to lead operational management of the Department of Facilities and Operations and to support the NGV Contemporary (NGVC) and other related projects. ABOUT THE POSITION Reporting to the Head of Facilities and Operations, you will be responsible for managing the Facilities and Operations team, as well as delivery of infrastructure and facilities services. Other key responsibilities include Supporting the Head of Facilities and Operations to deliver infrastructure and facilities services. This includes supporting NGV strategic objectives through the management of facilities, asset management, and procurement, aligning with museum best practice. Leading the preparation and management of strategic frameworks for facilities and operations, as well as ensuring these frameworks are compliant with legislation and standards including the Standing Directions and AMAF. Creating a program of training, reporting, audit, and diagnosis of incident information to reduce the occurrence and impact of infrastructure and facilities risk. Actively planning and managing the Facilities and Operations budget. To be successful you will have a relevant tertiary qualification coupled with at least five years industry experience. You produce project plans that are well defined, comprehensive and regularly communicated to your project team members. Your drive and commitment allow you to develop a high performing team that is committed and motivated to achieve goals. You ensure high quality responses to clients and stakeholders and effectively manage risk that arises throughout service delivery. You appropriately monitor budget expenditure, resourcing issues and recording of contract specifications. HOW TO APPLY For full application details and a copy of the role statement, please refer to our website httpswww.ngv.vic.gov.auaboutpeople-and-careersjoin-the-team. Applications close at 5pm on 4 February 2019.

    location St Kilda Rd, Melbourne VIC, Australia


  • Assessment Centre Director

    An exciting opportunity exists for a highly motivated team player to provide outstanding leadership for the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA) Assessment Centre located at Coburg. The successful applicant will have demonstrated high level leadership and team management skills, possess sound written and verbal communication as well as agile and critical thinking skills. To succeed in this role, you will have demonstrated an understanding of the education environment, in particular curriculum and assessment development and delivery, strong policy analysis and interpretation skills, excellent strategic and business planning skills, stakeholder management, interpersonal and communications skills and preferably be tertiary qualified in a relevant discipline with a sound knowledge of project management principles. You will have demonstrated ability to deliver on large scale programs. This is an excellent opportunity to develop your career and to have an impact on Victorian education. For more details regarding this position please see attached position descriptions. Department of Education and Training is committed to diversity. The Department places considerable effort and resources into responding to the needs of staff with a disability. People from disadvantaged groups are encouraged to apply for this position. Information about the Department of Education and Trainings operations and employment conditions can be obtained from the following websites www.education.vic.gov.au and httpwww.education.vic.gov.auhrwebPagesdefault.aspx. Applications close 6 February 2019 For further information on position descriptions and selection criteria visit www.careers.vic.gov.au

    location Preston St, Coburg VIC 3058, Australia


  • Senior Program Coordinator

    Deliver on projects specific to Corrections Victorias offender programs An opportunity to work on meaningful work that will deliver significant impact to the community Earn between 96,942 - 117,293 plus super An exciting fixed term opportunity (until 31 December 2019) exists for a Senior Program Coordinator to join the Offender Management Division, based in Melbourne CBD. About us Corrections Victoria is responsible for the direction, management and operation of Victorias corrections system, which incorporates prisons and community correctional services. As a major arm of the Department of Justice and Regulation, Corrections Victoria is a key pillar of the States criminal justice system and plays a unique role in contributing to the Governments community safety agenda. The Specialised Offender Assessment and Treatment Service (SOATS) is a business unit within the Offender Management Division that provides a system of assessment, management and intervention across prisons and Community Correctional Services to affect behaviour change and to reduce reoffending and correspondingly protect the community. The Service and Systems Development area within SOATS provides oversight, monitoring and reform of service delivery across the state, including across both prisons and community corrections. About the role The Senior Program Coordinator is responsible for leading discrete projects with an emphasis on building and maintaining high value relationships with stakeholders. The Senior Program Coordinator is also responsible for the high-level coordination of the Service and Systems Development area and cohesion of its three key teams Clinical Integrity and Service Delivery Systems and Performance Service Reform. In addition, as our ideal candidate you will demonstrate Experience in leading and managing complex projects, within specified time frames Implementation of strategies and initiatives on current program issues and emerging risks The ability to identify, research and provide high level briefs and reports to stakeholders relating to program outcomes For more information on the accountabilities and key selection criteria for the role please refer to the position description attached. Applications close Midnight, Sunday 27 January 2019. How to apply Please click the Apply button at the bottom of this advertisement. Applications should include a resume and covering letter. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Adviser, Education and Engagement

    About us The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission is an independent statutory body with responsibilities under three Victorian laws the Equal Opportunity Act 2010, Racial and Religious Tolerance Act 2001, and Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities Act 2006. The Commission works with individuals and organisations to achieve our vision of a community where every person values, understands and respects human rights and equal opportunity. We advocate for our laws, we inform and educate people about their rights and responsibilities under these laws, we offer a free and impartial dispute resolution service and we undertake voluntary reviews of programs and practices to facilitate compliance with the law. About the role The Commission is recruiting for a Senior Adviser to contribute to our proactive work in supporting organisations achieve business success and productive workplace cultures. This position has particular responsibility for leading a pioneering project to address sexual harassment in Victorian workplaces. Using a human-centred design approach, the project has developed pilot conversation starter toolkits and an education program to improve prevention strategies and complaint processes in Victorian workplaces. Please note this is role is a fixed term maternity leave replacement from 1 April 2019 to 24 January 2020. About you We are seeking an experienced individual with a passion for organisational change. You need a proven track record in delivering tailored and innovative information, education and consultancy services to workplaces, particularly in the area of equal opportunity, diversity and inclusion, and human rights. The ability to engage with workplace leaders and recommend customised strategies and solutions is essential. If you are inspired by the prospect of improving equality for all Victorians and contributing to strong human rights outcomes, we want to hear from you. How to apply Please click the Apply button on this advertisement. Applications should include a resume and covering letter. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats. Please note When submitting your application online, there will be questions pertaining to a number of the positions Key Selection Criteria to which you are required to respond.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Team Co-ordinator, Governance & Legal

    About Public Transport Victoria (PTV) Public Transport Victoria (PTV) is a statutory authority that acts as a system authority for all public transport and an advocate for public transport users. We are a single contact point for customers wanting information on public transport services, fares, tickets and initiatives. PTV aims to improve public transport in Victoria by ensuring better coordination between modes, facilitating expansions to the network, auditing public transport assets, promoting public transport as an alternative to the car. To put this in perspective We have a hand in over half a billion trips across the public transport network annually We facilitate 1.6 million trips a day We move hundreds of thousands of people around the state daily In practical terms, we move people towards many of lifes most meaningful experiences, whether it be work, education, social engagements, play, or Melbournes key attractions (e.g. Australian open, AFL games, Royal Melbourne show... take your pick). When masses of people need to get from point A to point B - know that PTV has played a role. While our core business is public transport, we are also working toward a much bigger, longer-term and impactful agenda. We are contributing toward Victorias liveability and economic development. While we are continuing to learn and improve, we do in-fact pull off some pretty amazing things. So, if contributing toward Victorias future excites you, take this ad as an invite to come and work with us. Your new role The Team Co-ordinator, Governance Legal, is responsible for professional secretarial (including Executive Board and ASRAC committee meetings) and office administration support, including record-keeping and business planning, that meets the expectations of the Director Governance Legal and the Manager, Governance Compliance. Strong office administration support allows the branch to operate smoothly and to function effectively daily, in order to meet organisational needs and expectations. What youll need to succeed Extensive experience in providing high-quality executive support and office management services at Director or General Manager level. Proven ability to screen, communicate information clearly, effectively and efficiently as well as identifying, handling and responding to highly sensitive information. Demonstrated ability to prepare correspondence and reports, record minutes of meetings, combined with strong organisational skills and the ability to co-ordinate tasks. Some exposure to purchasing, budgeting and processing financial transactions. Well-developed proficiency in written communication and the ability to produce and edit written documentation to a high standard. Expertise with relevant computer software such as Word and PowerPoint, Microsoft 365, and records management, such as TRIM. Desirable (will be well suited to the role) Experience supporting committees. Experience organising in-house events. Exposure to monitoring a budget What youll get in return In return, you will be joining one of Victorias most reputable government organisations who will support and develop your career within the organisation. PTV also offer long term opportunities and a company culture that is second to none. On offer is a very competitive remuneration package, modern state of the art offices and the opportunity to develop your career with one of the best government organisations within the industry. Qualifications Mandatory High-level administrative experience. Experience in Microsoft Office suite of programs. Experience in records management, such as Trim. Desirable Formal studyqualifications in Business Administration. How to apply Please click the ˜Apply Now button below. Your application must include a cover letter and separate resume (MS Word compatible). For further information about the role, please refer to the attached position description and capability framework documents. If you have any questions specific to the role, please contact Kirsty Zwar on (03) 9027 4768 or email kirsty.zwarptv.vic.gov.au. Applications close 1159 P.M. Sunday, 10th February 2019 Emailed applications will not be accepted. Unsolicited recruitment agency applications will not be accepted. Public Transport Victoria is committed to fostering a work environment that is inclusive and supports diversity and flexibility. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Manager, Technical Services

    MANAGER, TECHNICAL SERVICES 118,908 - 159,124 (Plus Superannuation) Ongoing Usual hours of work Full Time (flexibility may be available) Usual work location Melbourne, CBD (flexibility may be available) The position reports to the Senior Manager, Rail Safety and is responsible for leading the delivery of specialist technical support to rail accreditation, audit, and compliance functions under both local legislative requirements (Rail Safety (Local Operations) Act 2006 (Vic)) and nationally for the Office of the National Rail Safety Regulator (ONRSR) (the Rail Safety National Law Application Act 2013 (Vic)). The role leads a multi-disciplinary team comprising of specialists and engineers that enable the identification, risk management and regulatory oversight of critical rail safety issues across the rail branch. The role requires proven ability to provide leadership on a range of cross-functional projects relating to safety and risk management to deliver evidence-based solutions and implement best practice initiatives. To be successful in this role you will have Tertiary qualification in Engineering. Demonstrated experience in the design, commissioning, operation, maintenance or management of rail infrastructure andor rollingstock. A high level of knowledge and understanding of rail infrastructure andor rollingstock standards and the interfaces across rail technologies and operations Demonstrated capacity to identify technical issues, undertake technical investigations and audits, provide concise recommendations and reports. Your application should include Updated resume, cover letter and the responses to the following questions Can you please outline how you manage your day-to-day tasks and that of your team to meet deliverables, particularly when you have priorities that are scheduled at the same time? Please provide an example of a time when you have applied this to meet these competing timelines. Can you please provide an example of when you have had to rely on your skillset to resolve a technical issue that resulted in an improved safety outcome? Please provide an outline on the method you undertook to achieve this safety improvement outcome. For a confidential discussion, please Ty Graham, Senior Manager, Rail Safety on (03) 9655 3307. Successful candidates will be required to undergo a National Police Records Check prior to commencing employment with the Department. For further information on the position, please see the attached position description. To apply, please click the ˜Apply Now button below. Applications close at midnight on 7 February 2019. Please note that the generic online form on www.careers.vic may ask you to provide responses to all of the KSC. At this step in the on-line process, please only upload your resume and cover letter (as there is NO requirement to address all of the KSC for TSV positions). Once uploaded move on to the last screen where you will be asked to submit responses to the specific questions only. Complete those specific questions to finalise your application. You may also respond to the targeted questions in a separate document and upload it with resumecover letter.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Chief Financial Officer / Corporate Services Lead

    The Accident Compensation Conciliation Services (ACCS) is a Victorian Statutory Authority that is in a new phase of evolution with a newly appointed CEO and executive team and with their sights set on becoming a leader within their field. They are a values based organisation that impact upon many Victorian™s lives every day by facilitating the resolution of disputes by involving all parties - Workers, Employers and WorkSafe Agents or Self-Insurers - in a process that is fair, economical, informal and quick. The Chief Financial Officer Corporate Service Lead is accountable to the Chief Executive Officer and is central to providing strategic leadership for the organisation™s finance, IT, procurement, corporate administration, corporate reporting, compliance and risk management. Key functions of the role will include (but not be limited to) Contributing confidently and strategically to the Executive Leadership Team to achieve key business outcomes Setting up policies, procedures, frameworks that support more efficient Finance functions business processes and technology solutions Leading a small yet high calibre team, you will look to opportunities for efficiencies across the organisation through ICT and business systems solutions. Providing the CEO, executive, Board and committees of the Board with expert advice on financial issues, trends, policy, legislation, systems and processes Providing appropriate reporting to the Department of Treasury and Finance and the responsible Minister Overseeing and driving effective compliance controls and risk mitigation Driving the development of a high performing, values-driven, client-focused culture. This role is key in shaping the future direction for our client and will suit a values driven and experienced Chief Financial Officer Corporate Services Lead who is proactive, confident and who demonstrates high levels of emotional intelligence. The ability to balance strategic thinking with operational effectiveness and in providing strategic financial and risk management advice to a CEO and Board are expected, as are CPA or CA qualifications. A track record in change continuous improvement and in setting up processes and procedures from scratch are essential to be successful in this role. Furthermore, and an appreciation of the complexities and nuances of public sector management, with the capacity to operate successfully in such an environment are highly regarded qualities. To apply for this role, please upload your CV or for a confidential discussion, please contact Seamus Scanlon on (03) 9929 9589 or Melanie Pecanek on (03) 9929 9587. For a copy of the PD, please email Paris Plompen at paris.plompendavidsonwp.com.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Lawyer

    At WorkSafe our passion for the wellbeing of Victorian workers brings us together. Our people come from a wide range of professions and with no two days ever being the same, diverse thinking comes naturally to us. As we build the WorkSafe of the future we™re committed to delivering industry best practice to our people, our customers and the community. WorkSafe™s Enforcement Group is responsible for monitoring and enforcing compliance with Victoria™s accident compensation and health and safety laws. The Enforcement Group has a team of criminal, administrative, occupational health and safety and compensation legal specialists. About the role The Senior Lawyer is primarily accountable for providing specialist legal advice to support health and safety enforcement and compensation prosecutions and providing advice on the conduct of investigations, in addition to general legal advice. Reporting to the Lead Lawyer, this role will build and maintain effective working relationships with key internal and external stakeholders and supervise junior lawyers and paralegals in relation to matters under the Senior Lawyers control. Assisting in the formulation, development and implementation of guidelines, policies and strategies, you will also identify and propose legislative, procedural or investigative reform where required. Skills Experience Professional qualifications in law, including admission to practice as an Australian lawyer Significant post admission experience Demonstrated specialist knowledge of criminal law and evidence and procedures and occupational health and safety legislation. Demonstrated experience in the conduct of enforcement litigation and providing legal advice in a compliance and enforcement context. Demonstrated experience in conducting litigation with limited supervision. Demonstrated advocacy experience, particular in courts of summary jurisdiction. Well developed technical expertise in a specific area, or management and leadership of professional teams (e.g. leading a department). Working independently as a specialist or directly managing a smaller number of staff consisting of subordinate supervisors or team leaders (i.e. a sub-function or small area) to meet specific output measures Accountability for achievement of team results Ability to allocate and align resources to achieve core business objectives of WorkSafe In return we offer a range of great benefits, including work variety, workplace flexibility and leave options, learning and development opportunities, and a leading health and wellbeing program. WorkSafe prides itself on being a great place to work. Only people with the right to work in Australia may apply for this position. You will be required to undergo a National Police Check as part of the recruitment process. Applications close 11pm Tuesday 5 February, however interested applicants are encouraged to submit their application as soon as possible. Click the link to apply, and join us in making a difference to Victorian lives. WorkSafe are striving to build a diverse workforce that reflects the Victorian community we serve.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • General Manager Strategy & Planning – City West Water

    City West Water (CWW) is one of three Victorian Government owned retail water businesses in metropolitan Melbourne, providing drinking water, trade waste, recycled water, stormwater harvesting and sewerage services to over 1 million customers and 40,000 businesses in Melbourne™s CBD and the growing western suburbs. This position exists to lead a transformation in the way CWW develops and executes its business strategies and is at the heart of transforming CWW™s services from asset centric to customer centric by ensuring customer expectations drive decisions and ultimately benefits the community. The organisation is now on the lookout for a high performing executive member to take on this role following the promotion of the incumbent to a Managing Director role within the Victorian water sector. Reporting to the Managing Director, the GM Strategy Planning will form a critical part of the leadership team, working closely with the Board and the executive to define business strategy and transform City West Water™s strategic intent into tangible initiatives and actions through key organisational plans. These plans range from the overarching Corporate Plan, through to the Pricing Submission and significant Strategic Asset Management Plans. The Strategy Planning team is responsible for maximising value obtained from CWW™s 1.6 billion infrastructure asset portfolio, through the implementation of innovative solutions to customer problems. Leading a highly capable team of 47 staff across a range of functions, you will promote a culture that drives innovation and is focused on so maximising value for the organisation and customers. This unique opportunity with CWW will see you engaging with a diverse range of stakeholders both internally and externally, looking to leverage learnings, build partnerships and establish joint projects with others to improve the value CWW creates for its customers. You will also be involved in and lead a number of sector wide initiatives. An important success factor in the role will be to strengthen the organisations safety and environmental performance by embedding safety and environmental principles through all facets of the asset planning approach. Key to your success will be a proven track record in corporate planning as well as an understanding of strategic asset management. You are well regarded from your dealings with Boards and senior stakeholders in the past and consider your communication skills to be a key strength. A familiarity of the public sector and regulated environments would be extremely beneficial and most importantly you are a strong people focused leader. Excited by an opportunity to be part of a dynamic leadership team and truly improve livability for a large population of Victoria, you can™t pass up this opportunity. City West Water prides itself on its diverse workforce, with a state of the art head office located in a vibrant and bustling community. Additionally, CWW offers a range of benefits to its employees including wellbeing initiatives, leave options, family caring benefits and discounted public transport. The successful candidate will be offered an attractive executive remuneration package. To apply, please go to www.davidsonwp.com or for further information or a confidential discussion please call Seamus Scanlon on 03 9929 9589 or Jarrod McLauchlan on 03 9929 9515.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • HumeXplorer Project Officer (102238)

    72,169 pa pro-rata (Band 5) plus super Temporary Part time - to August 2019 22.8 hours per week This role will oversee the development and implementation of the HumeXplorer project - a multi-strategy health promotion initiative that aims to get more children out and active in Hume City parks and open spaces. Located in Melbournes Northern Growth corridor, Hume City is one of Australias fastest growing and diverse communities. The growth and diversity are just two factors making this an exciting role that is presented with opportunities and challenges. Hume City Council is renowned for being an employer of choice, providing professional and career development opportunities for motivated and driven individuals. Key Skills Project management Ability to identify and collaborate with internal and external project stakeholders Ability project-related marketing and promotional material Company Profile Hume City Council is a leader in local government and is recognised for its innovation, initiative, leadership, service, quality and support for its people. Hume City is one of Australias fastest-growing communities and with more people choosing to call Hume home, were expected to welcome more than 57,000 new residents to our City over the next decade. What We Offer With our high level of employee engagement, Hume City Council offers a great working environment where you can develop your career. We offer flexible work arrangements and other benefits, such as study assistance and interest free loans for public transport. Our strong commitment to social justice and the environment provides opportunities for employees to participate in various programs. For further information please contact Samuel Ferrier on 9205 2558. To apply for this job go to www.hume.vic.gov.aucareersJobsAndOpportunities. Applications close 12 February 2019(Job ID4542842)

    location Jacana VIC 3047, Australia


  • Customer Service Officer

    Opportunity to work with customers over the phone every day Collaborate and be a team player in a changing industry sector Work in an issues rich environment where you are making a difference to people™s lives The role You will be working in a dynamic team environment, communicating with clients their families and other services to ensure services are delivered. The role involves working closely with colleagues, building relationships and initiating ideas for continual improvement with a strong focus on delivering optimal customer service experiences. Talking to clients and understanding their needs and goals, will be an essential part of your day to support them to stay living safely and comfortably in their own homes. About you Are you a people person who likes dealing with customers and internal stakeholders? Do you thrive on working to targets? Are you adaptable and flexible? We are looking for a vibrant candidate with exceptional customer service skills, who is able to problem solve, demonstrate initiative, as well as have excellent organisational skills and experience working with electronic information systems. Experience working within the Aged and Disability sector is desirable. As an employee of the City of Kingston you will have access to ongoing professional development and a range of employee benefits designed to promote a positive worklife balance, including social club events, wellbeing initiatives, discounted gym membership and health insurance. The City of Kingston offers flexible working arrangements including access to a planned day off every four weeks. The City of Kingston has a focus on gender equity, diversity and inclusion in creating a workplace where our employees are able to be their true self every day How to Apply If you have the skills, abilities and attitude to take on this position, we would like to hear from you. A copy of the position description is available for review via our website (www.kingston.vic.gov.au) alternatively click on the Apply button below.

    location Lower Dandenong Rd, Mentone VIC 3194, Australia


  • Organisational Development and Capability Lead

    The City of Port Phillip is committed to a culture of ethical leadership, openness, respect and integrity and provides a great work-life balance. Organisational Capability Lead 2 year maximum contract Flexible working arrangements Great St Kilda location “ close to shops, cafes and public transport About the Role This newly created Organisational Development internal consultant position will see you build the capability of Council™s current and future leaders, teams and staff. You will work closely and collaboratively with the Executive Leadership Team and senior organisational leaders to achieve the Council™s people, culture and capability objectives. About You You are an outstanding senior internal consultant with a track record of collaboratively and successfully building organisational capability in a similar or related environment with expertise in driving and delivering significant organisational culture and change management programs, applying a program management approach to delivery, ensuring tangible benefits are realised and measures and milestones are in place and reported against. You will also demonstrate the following skills and experience Excellent presentation, training, facilitation, mediation, coaching, mentoring, and program design and management skills. Demonstrated ability to work with senior leaders to build leadership and team capability, with an emphasis on accountability for behaviours, dynamics and skill development. Significant emotional intelligence and insight with a proven ability to provide expert advice and hands-on solution design and delivery that contributes to a high-performance, accountable, future-ready and values-led organisational culture. Superior analytical, communication and influencing skills applied to support and enable the achievement of organisational goals and objectives. What™s in it for You While this role has a significant degree of autonomy, you will also be supported by the Manager People and Culture and the General Manager Customer and Corporate Services. It is an exciting time to join the City of Port Phillip whose vision is to be recognised as a leading local government organisation that is agile, future ready and trusted. We™re transforming the ways our customers experience the City of Port Phillip. We offer excellent training and development opportunities and generous staff benefits including flexible working conditions, paid parental leave, social activities and a comprehensive health and wellbeing program. Please click apply to view a copy of the position description. Further information can be obtained by contacting Kim Oakman 8563 7714 Applicants must respond to the key selection criteria contained in the position description. A successful application is subject to a satisfactory police record and Working with Children Check The City of Port Phillip has zero tolerance for child abuse and is a committed Child Safe organisation, so our selection process, which includes rigorous background checks, reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse.

    location Victoria St, Elsternwick VIC 3185, Australia


  • Coordinator City Design

    Band 8 Full time St Kilda Town Hall The City of Port Phillip is growing and we are looking for a team focused individual with extensive urban design experience to lead our City Design team to help us meet the challenge. You will be responsible for the development and advocacy of a design standard for the enterprise, as well as providing design and heritage statutory advice as well as leading and collaborating on projects across the organisation. We offer excellent training and development opportunities and generous staff benefits including flexible working conditions, paid parental leave, social activities and a comprehensive health and wellbeing program. Interested candidates should read the Position Description for a more thorough understanding of the role. Further information can be obtained by contacting Damian Dewar on ext.6472 or damian.dewarportphillip.vic.gov.au. Applicants must respond to the key selection criteria contained in the position description in no more than 2 pages maximum. Applications close midnight Tuesday 12 February 2019.

    location Victoria St, Elsternwick VIC 3185, Australia


  • Customer Success Partner

    Customer Success Partner Australia Post is changing at an incredible pace. In the Business and Government department, we™ve integrated technological services that help large organizations and government departments adapt in an increasingly digital world without relegating on our historically successful offering of parcels and mail - all of which helps move Australia forward. And we™re only getting started. Nowadays, our plans are to lead the enterprise, business and government service space by encompassing our full range of products. And to get there, we™re on the lookout for ambitious people to join our truly diverse team. Working within a start-up culture that™s backed by all the resources Australia Post provides, the opportunity to innovate and push boundaries to improve services for all Australians is ready and waiting. What™s the job involve? The purpose of the Customer Success Partner plays a key role in customer retention, and is a single point of contact for Australia Post™s top customers. The Customer Success partner will also be responsible for identifying and implement customer service improvements to turn-around dissatisfying customer experiences and recover customers at risk of churn. It identifies and addresses the root cause of critical customer issues and works with the broader Australia Post Enterprise to resolve these and lobby for changes to customer experience across the Enterprise. It manages major issue resolution leading to improved customer experience and retention. As a Customer Success Partner, you will have vast opportunity to grow professionally within the Business Government business unit. What it™s like to work here? For you, it means youll do great work, learn from the best and develop a career within a robust and well-invested but empowering and creative environment. We all work hard “ were working on major challenges, after all “ but we also recognize that you have a life outside of the office, so we provide flexible conditions that enable you to grow whilst enjoying genuine work life balance. We™re looking for someone with The ability to develop a strong, comprehensive understanding of customer needs and challenges to improve customer experience at point in time as well as feeding insight back to the business to inform continuous improvement initiatives. Serve as the customer advocate within Australia Post to rally key business stakeholder to address and remove root-cause issues and enable Enterprise wide improvement rather than just point in time intervention. Creates best practice thought leadership to share internally to enable continuous improvement, and externally to grow customer relationships and provide additional resources and means for customer success. Develops and execute of critical action plans to address key customer pain points. Responsible for PIR delivery providing insights into CI initiatives. Responsible for ensuring the effective management of At Risk customers across the Business Government Partners with key stakeholders across the business to ensure we remove friction from the relationship and solve operational and service issues. Coach customers to ensure they are able to leverage the full services catalogue to drive value to their business for the greatest value for money. We see our culture just as important and therefore the successful candidate will display Excellent decision making ability. Highly driven with a passion for results. Be service focused in everything they do. Are willing to take on feedback and strive for continuous improvement. Technical skills are important, however they are not everything. Benefits Culture We believe a diverse and inclusive workplace brings out the best in our people. We encourage applications from people of all ages, nationalities, cultures and disabilities. A career at Australia Post Group can lead down many paths and we are passionate about offering a supportive, inclusive culture, competitive compensation and flexible working conditions that enable you to develop whilst enjoying genuine work life balance. To register your interest with our passionate careers team, please apply and remember to upload your details and your most recent resume.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Adviser, Information Management

    About us Information Integrity and Access (IIA) provides essential corporate services to support the governance, management and delivery of information to the department, its Ministers and stakeholders. This includes the provision of services relating to Freedom of Information (FOI), information privacy, information and records management, archival and mail services, management of the departments electronic and document records management system, research ethics and secretariat support to the Gambling and Lotteries Licences Independent Review Panel. About the role The Department of Justice and Community Safety is seeking an experienced and dedicated information management professional with advanced knowledge and skills in leading the delivery of information management initiatives in a large and complex organisation. About you We are looking for someone who has strong leadership experience in helping drive the strategic direction for information management across an organisation is an effective communicator at all levels of an organisation with highly developed written and verbal communication is capable of building and sustaining strong, collegiate working relationships with a diverse stakeholder group demonstrates enthusiasm and commitment in working to objectives and achieving work targets. How to apply Please click the Apply button on this advertisement. Applications should include a resume and covering letter that clearly demonstrates your experience in line with the Key Selection Criteria. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Advisor Organisational Performance and Social Impact

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Manager, Organisational Performance and Impact Reporting

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior OHS Advisor

    Who we are At Darebin City Council we are undergoing a significant cultural change in the way we design and deliver core business - technology, governance, finance, communications and the customer experience. Who you are You are someone who continually searches for ways to do things even better. You see every day as a chance to test yourself and those around you to create and deliver excellence and impact. If you are an experienced and creative thinker who is primed for a challenge, has the hunger to lead from the front and wants to contribute to a community and organisation that proudly values social inclusions, sustainability, engagement and service excellence, look no further. Are you passionate about safety? We are In partnership with Council™s leadership team, you will develop and implement strategies, systems and programs that drive and underpin our safety culture. You™ll provide strategic direction and specialist advice on all matters relating to occupational health and safety (OHS), including governance, operations, compliance, and reporting. You™ll be an experienced change agent, have a Tertiary qualification in Occupational Health and Safety, extensive experience in interpreting and applying OHS legislation, and you™ll be an excellent communicator and facilitator. You™ll be able to monitor health and safety programs and apply continuous improvement methodologies that support Council to achieve its safety vision. Salary 105,947 per annum (+ super) Permanent, Full-time Applications Close Monday 11 February 2019 at noon Contact Katina Angelofsky on 8470 8203 Apply online at www.darebin.vic.gov.au or forward hard copy applications to Manager People and Development, Darebin City Council, PO Box 91, PRESTON VIC 3072. Applications that do not address the Key Selection Criteria as detailed in the position description will not be considered. Darebin City Council is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices on the basis of race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability or age. We are committed to providing a safe working environment that embraces and values child safety, and thorough Safety Screening processes apply.

    location Gilbertson St, Essendon VIC 3040, Australia


  • Communications Project Officer

    Who we are At Darebin City Council we are undergoing a significant cultural change in the way we design and deliver core business - technology, governance, finance, communications and the customer experience. Who you are You are someone who continually searches for ways to do things even better. You see every day as a chance to test yourself and those around you to create and deliver excellence and impact. If you are an experienced and creative thinker who is primed for a challenge, has the hunger to lead from the front and wants to contribute to a community and organisation that proudly values social inclusions, sustainability, engagement and service excellence, look no further. This is a great opportunity for someone starting out in a communications career. Be part of a brand new team and help shape the future. You are eager to learn and willing to challenge yourself in an environment that is ever changing. You will support the delivery of timely, quality information to the community through a range of channels, including online and digital, and key projects. You will have a tertiary qualification in communications or a similar field. Your enthusiasm and ability to grow and develop within the role and learn from those around you will be one of your defining traits. Most importantly you will have a strong sense of ethics and commitment to community. The successful applicant will be responsible for Providing communication advice, planning and implementation on the projects, programs and initiatives developed by Darebin City Council™s Recreation and Leisure Services, Reservoir Leisure Centre and Bundoora Park Farm. Assisting with the development of the social media presence for Darebin City Council™s Recreation and Leisure Services, Reservoir Leisure Centre and the Bundoora Park Farm. Supporting Council™s advocacy campaigns to leverage funding for key leisure projects. Salary 61,085 per annum (pro rata + super) Permanent, Part-time (3 days per week) Applications Close Monday 11 February 2019 at noon Contact Kellie Evans on 8470 8216 Apply online at www.darebin.vic.gov.au or forward hard copy applications to Manager People and Development, Darebin City Council, PO Box 91, PRESTON VIC 3072. Applications that do not address the Key Selection Criteria as detailed in the position description will not be considered. Darebin City Council is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices on the basis of race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability or age. We are committed to providing a safe working environment that embraces and values child safety, and thorough Safety Screening processes apply.

    location Gilbertson St, Essendon VIC 3040, Australia


  • Senior Quality Assessor

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Customer Insights Lead

    Full time, 12 month contract Play a vital role to assist us to deliver a fantastic customer experience 97,075 - 108,399 plus super, plus RDO An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced and enthusiastic Customer Insights Lead to join our Chief Customer Office on a full time basis for 12 months. We are responsible for providing more than 150 different services to people who live and work in our municipality, or visit Boroondara for a range of reasons. Our goal is for all customers to be able to use our services, facilities and products with ease, feel well informed about what we do, and to actively participate in our community. Your role with us Reporting to the Chief Customer Officer, this is an opportunity to develop a customer insights program to inform service design and create customer experiences that are simple to use, and seamlessly accessible via a multiple channel environment. Duties include Source and evaluate customer data from multiple internal and external sources to understand, synthesise and embed insights Promote a œcustomer first culture in all service areas Build and execute qualitative and quantitative research plans Provide input into the establishment and development of customer analytics techniques and capabilities About you To be successful in this role you will bring a clear passion for identifying customer needs and insights with a proven track record of revealing actionable insights through multiple seemingly disconnected sources. You will have a demonstrated understanding of how to translate broad, strategic business questions into a research plan and drive customer research projects from start to finish. Want to know more? To be considered for this role, please submit your application online via the ˜Apply™ button by close of business Tuesday 12 February 2019 For any further information please refer to the Position Description, or contact Jeanine Nieuwenhuizen on 0424 500 968 If you want to know more about the benefits of working for the City of Boroondara, please visit our Careers Website. Council recognises the benefits of a diverse workforce for its employees and customers. To ensure equity of access to employment opportunities, Council encourages applications from underrepresented groups including people who are from an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background, people from different ages, abilities, gender identities, sexual orientation and cultural backgrounds. If you require any additional support or adjustments regarding interview arrangements, please advise the contact listed above in advance. Applicants must have the right to work in Australia. Council is a child safe organisation and as such, some applicants may be required to hold a Working with Children Check. Additionally, some applicants may also be required to undergo a National Criminal History check andor medical check as per the requirements of the role. Who are we? The City of Boroondara is a metropolitan council, representing more than 170,000 people in the inner-eastern suburbs of Melbourne. A leader in the local government sector, with a reputation for innovation and excellence, we believe in providing an environment where our staff thrive, both in the work they do and in how they learn and develop as people and professionals. We like to challenge the norm and we are investing significantly in innovation and technology improvements in order to provide our customers with an even greater experience and engagement. We are putting our customers at the forefront of what we do with our organisation wide change initiative, the Customer Experience Improvement Strategy (CEIS). You will be instrumental in driving this change across the organisation using best practice approaches to successfully support us from the now to our desired future state. With so much going on it™s a great time to join Boroondara

    location Camberwell Arcade, Camberwell VIC 3124, Australia


  • Reporting Analyst

    About the Role In the Reporting Analyst role you will be drive and deliver the reporting within agreed Service Level Agreements for our Business Government line of business. The focus of this role is to leverage best reporting tools and ensure they are aligned to enterprise strategy and vision. You will enable self-service reporting via delivering simplified, automated and scalable reporting solutions. The Reporting Analyst also needs to drive adoption across Business Government and make recommendations for continuous improvement, like report automation, process improvements and operational improvements to support revenue retention strategies. What We™re Looking For Fluency with SQL coding skills, ideally combined with Teradata, Oracle and SAP HANA. Demonstrated working knowledge of a range of relational databases (like Teradata, Oracle or SAP HANA) and ability to work with disparate systems to design and build reports and dashboards using Tableau, Qlikview or any BI equivalent tools Previous professional experience as Reporting Analyst in a similar or relatable environment (supply chain andor transport industry preferred) Demonstrated skills in use of CRM, reporting and data analytics tools e.g. Salesforce.com, PeopleSoft, TEAM, Business Objects, Tableau, Qlikview, Alteryx or SAS Highly capable in the MS Office suite specifically excelaccess with intermediate skills in macros Highly capable in interpreting reports and making recommendations for process improvement based on data andor observable practices Strong analytical and problem solving skills. Strong communication skills, ability to prepare and present detailed reports and briefs with optionsrecommendations. Strong relationship building skills We have two permanent full time positions available both with a base salary of 89,000 + 12 super. About Us At Australia Post, a diverse, inclusive and enjoyable culture is the foundation for great work. It™s why we encourage applications from people of all ages, nationalities and cultures, and promote a flexible way of working that enables a genuine work-life balance. Plus, our unique scale and scope means there are outstanding opportunities for career growth and personal development, whatever your ambitions.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Assistant Manager, Regulatory Futures

    The Regulatory Futures Section aims to enhance the ACMA™s capacity to anticipate, influence and respond to media and communications policy and regulatory issues. Working within the Research, Regulation and Communications branch of the Corporate and Research Division the section leads the agency™s approach to regulatory practice and reform and is responsible for development and implementation of its annual regulatory futures work program. The section coordinates whole-of-agency engagement with government reviews and engages with internal and external stakeholders on the effectiveness of the regulatory framework and issues that impact the ACMA™s regulatory remit. Through research and analysis, the section aims to build the ACMA™s capacity to better anticipate and understand market and technological changes and their impacts on consumer and user participants. This includes understanding the regulatory and behavioural impacts of disruptive technologies and changing business models into the future. The position will provide high quality strategic and regulatory analysis and expert advice to develop and deliver a regulatory futures work program, including the identification of priorities and focus areas for the ACMA™s applied regulatory practice, collection of an evidence base to inform regulatory developments and reviews, contribution to strategic agency positioning on best practice regulation and develop partnerships internally and across government to enhance collaboration on emerging regulatory issues at an international and domestic level.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Army Officer (Part-Time)

    Why join the Army Reserve? If youre looking for a new challenge, the Army Reserve could be for you. Youll enjoy the satisfaction of giving something back to Australia, while benefitting from tax-free daily pay free healthcare and accommodation when serving a flexible commitment rewarding work that builds on your day job management and leadership training a supportive team environment friendships that last a lifetime All that plus exciting opportunities supporting Army domestic activities, including exercises and operations, with potential deployments overseas in support of Australian and coalition personnel. Your part-time role Are you a natural leader looking for an exciting additional outlet for your skills and talents? Then you could make an excellent Officer in the Army Reserve. Right now we™re recruiting ambitious men and women in a variety of areas and occupations, to reinforce our full-time capability. If you have resolve and resourcefulness, and enjoy taking charge in a team environment, this could be a really rewarding way to spend a few weekends a year and periods off work. The Army provides expert training in leadership and informed decision-making, and the skills and knowledge you acquire will benefit your everyday job as well as your future career prospects. From an occupation perspective we invite applications from those in the following sectors Engineering (electrical and mechanical) Medical Transport Police, and Communications We also offer Army Reserve Officer roles in traditional military areas such as the Infantry, Artillery and Armoured Corps. So do you think you have the qualities and commitment to become an Officer in the Army Reserve? Then apply now. Commitment General Service Officer Course at various locations and at times that work around your everyday obligations. Click the link below for more details. Serve between 20 and 100 days each year (at least 50 days preferred) Fit service around your existing work and family commitments The Army provides special resources to help you approach your employer about your ambition to serve as a Reservist. Location Training in Canberra, ACT Posting to an Army unit close to where you live Pay Fully-paid leadership training Starting package Pay increases with rank and experience Entry Requirements At least 17 years of age Australian Citizen Year 12 completion with passes in English and three other subjects Other qualifications and experience may be required depending on the vocational area you apply for Medical and fitness guidelines also apply. How to Apply Click on the APPLY FOR THIS JOB button to submit your application. For more information view the full position description here Army Reserve Army Officer position description

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


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