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  • Community Work Officer - Geelong

    Community Work Officer - Geelong Promote offender rehabilitation through meaningful community work Ongoing learning and development opportunities Fixed term, full time (8 months) opportunity accross Geelong and Warrnambool About us Corrections Victorias purpose is to deliver an effective corrections system for a safe community. Community Correctional Services (CCS), is overseen by Corrections Victoria, a division of the Department of Justice and Communtiy Safety. CCS is responsible for the management and supervision of prisoners on parole, clients under post sentence supervision and court orders. CCS is currently experiencing rapid growth in the offender population. In response to this, Corrections Victoria will embed evidence based practice across all areas of our work and target responses to the areas that will allow the greatest impacts to be made. This approach will contribute to a safer community and strengthen CCS for the future. About the role Barwon South West Region is offering a unique opportunity to work across two regional locations based in Geelong and Warrnambool. Based across Geelong and Warrnambool, you will administer relevant community work practices including monitoring attendance and compliance with requirements at community work placements, and contracting offenders to appropriate local community work sites. You will build and maintain effective relationships with Community Work Supervisors (field staff), community work partners and other relevant stakeholders, produce reports and standard documentation in line with procedural guidelines and undertake on-site risk assessments or other occupational health and safety processes as required. To be successful in this role you will strive for service excellence, with excellent interpersonal and communication skills be able to self-manage, using available information to make sound, timely and well informed decisions have computer proficiency, including in the use of the Microsoft Office suite, electronic document management systems and internal databases. Relevant experience in a related community services, not for profit or community development field is also desirable. Why work with us? At the Department of Justice and Community Safety, we provide every person with the means to achieve their potential through ongoing learning and development opportunities in a diverse, equitable and supportive environment. We look for people who are prepared to do their very best in line with our values and behaviours. Our values shape and influence how we recruit, train and develop our staff and build relationships with stakeholders. We will also provide you with professional development opportunities, an employee assistance program, access to job opportunities across the Victorian Government, salary packaging and much more. For more details regarding this position, please contact Charlotte Jones - Manager, Community Work Partnerships (03) 4245 6908 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. Aboriginal andor Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Family Violence Respondent Practitioner

    Family Violence Respondent Practitioner The Family Violence Respondent Practitioner is a specialist family violence role at Heidelberg Magistrates Court. The Family Violence Respondent Practitioner forms part of a team within the family violence jurisdiction of the Magistrates Court of Victoria, comprising of the Family Violence Registrar and the Family Violence Applicant Practitioner. The role of this team is to enhance the safety of women and children who attend at Court experiencing family violence, and hold perpetrators of family violence accountable for their actions. The Family Violence Respondent Practitioner will provide non-legal information, support and referrals for people who are respondents to an application for an intervention order or involved in criminal proceedings arising from or including allegations of family violence. They will conduct assessments and make appropriate referrals to a range of support services and into programs. How to apply To apply, please click the ˜Apply Now button, ensuring you include the following documents in your application resume a short covering letter completed application form (see file attachment) For further information on the position, please see the attached position description. Other information Court Services Victoria (CSV) is the employer of staff at all Victorian courts and tribunals, the Judicial College of Victoria, and the Judicial Commission of Victoria. CSV offers a wide range of legal and non-legal career options as well as attractive employee benefits. CSV is committed to building a diverse workforce and inclusive culture. We strongly encourage people of all abilities to apply, particularly people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage, and those who may experience diversity or disability related barriers in securing employment. Magistrates Court of Victorias vision is that all employees access and enjoy the same rights, responsibilities, resources and opportunities regardless of their gender, identity or cultural beliefs. The Magistrates Court of Victoria is committed to providing a safe and respectful workplace and has zero tolerance for violence against women.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Executive Officer, Regional Aboriginal Justice Advisory Committee (RAJAC)

    Executive Officer, Regional Aboriginal Justice Advisory Committee (RAJAC) Leadership role in the Koori Community Ongoing, full-time opportunity Salary 96,942 - 117,293 (plus superannuation) An exciting opportunity exists for an Executive Officer, Regional Aboriginal Justice Advisory Committee (RAJAC) on an ongoing, full time basis in the Southern Metropolitan Region. About Us The South East Metropolitan Region delivers a range of Justice Services including custodial services at our prisons, community corrections services, Sheriffs Operations, Consumer Affairs and front of house enquiries (including Births, Deaths and Marriages applications). Also located within the region is the Working with Children Check Unit, a statewide service providing community education and issuing of Working with Children Check Cards. About the Role The Executive Officer is to support the effective operation of the RAJAC and the Local Aboriginal Justice Action Committee (LAJAC) and to ensure the active participation and engagement of the Victorian Aboriginal Community in the Aboriginal Justice Action (AJA). The role is also responsible for the development and maintenance of supportive linkages between justice agencies and community organisations, providing policy advice, implementing the Regional Justice Plan, providing secretariat services to the RAJAC and LAJAC as well as promotion of all AJA initiatives within the region. The position is also a key member of the South Metropolitan Region Executive Leadership Team that has overall responsibility for the management and direction of regional operations. As the Executive Officer, you will engage and consult with members of Aboriginal Communities, Cooperatives and groups in the South Metropolitan Region to identify key issues for Communities and work in partnership with others to address the underlying causes. As our ideal candidate, you will be required to demonstrate an understanding of the Victorian Aboriginal community and the relevant issues an ability to communicate sensitively and effectively with members of the Victorian Aboriginal Community proven ability to influence and negotiate with a wide range of stakeholders For more information on the accountabilities and key selection criteria for the role please refer to the position description attached. Applications close midnight Thursday, 30 May 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. 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. This is an Aboriginal Designated Position, classified under Special Measures of section 12 of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010. Only Aboriginal andor Torres Strait Islander people are eligible to apply. To speak with our Aboriginal Employment Team please call (03) 8684 1751 or aboriginal.employmentjustice.vic.gov.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Project Manager

    Senior Project Manager About us Knowledge Information and Technology Services (KITS) provides a range of Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) services for the Department of Justice and Community Safety (DJCS). The branch sets the strategic direction of ICT in alignment with the business direction. KITS is responsible for ICT strategies, implementation of initiatives, architectures, policies, projects, line of business applications and infrastructure services in a multi-sourced environment. About the role As the Senior Project Manager, you will manage the delivery of major enhancement projects for Department of Justice and Community Safety ICT business to meet their changing needs build and embed the ICT project management business competency through the development and deployment of contemporary best practice principles and standards deliver to business customers quality, scope, time and cost expectations through the application of standardised project management practices. About you As our ideal candidate, you will have highly developed project management skills and expertise in the deployment of major ICT projects in a complex organisation comprehensive knowledge of project management best practice and methodologies (including PRINCE2, PMBOK, Agile or MSP) comprehensive knowledge of information system elements (hardware, software, network and communications) and their application to business functions and processes demonstrated expert level written and verbal communication skills. 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 a question pertaining to the position and application to which you are required to respond.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Project Manager

    Senior Project Manager About us Knowledge Information and Technology Services (KITS) provides a range of Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) services for the Department of Justice and Community Safety (DJCS). The branch sets the strategic direction of ICT in alignment with the business direction. KITS is responsible for ICT strategies, implementation of initiatives, architectures, policies, projects, line of business applications and infrastructure services in a multi-sourced environment. About the role As the Senior Project Manager, you will manage the delivery of major enhancement projects for Department of Justice and Community Safety ICT business to meet their changing needs build and embed the ICT project management business competency through the development and deployment of contemporary best practice principles and standards deliver to business customers quality, scope, time and cost expectations through the application of standardised project management practices. About you As our ideal candidate, you will have highly developed project management skills and expertise in the deployment of major ICT projects in a complex organisation comprehensive knowledge of project management best practice and methodologies (including PRINCE2, PMBOK, Agile or MSP) comprehensive knowledge of information system elements (hardware, software, network and communications) and their application to business functions and processes demonstrated expert level written and verbal communication skills. 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 a question pertaining to the position and application to which you are required to respond.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Project Manager

    Senior Project Manager About us Knowledge Information and Technology Services (KITS) provides a range of Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) services for the Department of Justice and Community Safety (DJCS). The branch sets the strategic direction of ICT in alignment with the business direction. KITS is responsible for ICT strategies, implementation of initiatives, architectures, policies, projects, line of business applications and infrastructure services in a multi-sourced environment. About the role As the Senior Project Manager, you will manage the delivery of major enhancement projects for Department of Justice and Community Safety ICT business to meet their changing needs build and embed the ICT project management business competency through the development and deployment of contemporary best practice principles and standards deliver to business customers quality, scope, time and cost expectations through the application of standardised project management practices. About you As our ideal candidate, you will have highly developed project management skills and expertise in the deployment of major ICT projects in a complex organisation comprehensive knowledge of project management best practice and methodologies (including PRINCE2, PMBOK, Agile or MSP) comprehensive knowledge of information system elements (hardware, software, network and communications) and their application to business functions and processes demonstrated expert level written and verbal communication skills. 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 a question pertaining to the position and application to which you are required to respond.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Special Counsel - Victorian Government Solicitor's Office

    Special Counsel - Victorian Government Solicitors Office Special Counsel - Victorian Government Solicitors Office Unique opportunity to provide legal advice at the heart of government Diverse, challenging and fulfilling work on matters of public interest Ongoing Full time VPS 6.2 or VPS 7 139,018 - 219,653 + super p.a. About the VGSO The Victorian Government Solicitors Office (VGSO) vision is to be the Victorian Governments trusted legal partner. The VGSO provides responsive legal services exclusively for the Victorian Government and public sector. Our place within government ensures we are at the centre of legal change, reform and problem-solving. We operate as a service-driven legal professional practice and strive for excellence in this competitive environment. In all aspects of our operations, we aim to role model and live by our values Responsiveness, Integrity, Insight, Collaboration and Excellence. About the branch and role The Public Law Planning Branch of the VGSO provides litigation services and legal advice in a broad range of areas, including The development, application and interpretation of legislation (including in administrative decision-making) Merits and judicial review of administrative decisions Planning, environment and heritage law Human rights and anti-discrimination law State and federal constitutional and electoral law Public sector governance and integrity and Integrity body (including parliamentary) inquiries. We are currently seeking a senior and highly experience legal practitioner to join us as Special Counsel. This role will focus on providing advice, and leading litigation, in high risk and significant public law matters. You will be part of a team with deep experience in public law, but what you will bring is your capacity to lead the delivery of legal services in response to the diverse challenges of government practice. Key responsibilities Provide highly specialised legal expertise and technical legal advice across government, with a focus on public law matters, both in the litigious and purely advisory contexts Provide strategic leadership to ad hoc teams responding to high risk matters, ensuring the provision of high quality and responsive legal services and advice in alignment with the VGSOs Strategic Plan and the VGSO values and Proactively advance the VGSOs client strategies, practice areas and client relationships in order to further develop positive existing client relationships and establish new business opportunities. About the successful applicant You are regarded as an expert a senior and highly experienced legal practitioner with a strong understanding of the structure and culture of government and of the political and legal sensitivities of operating within the public sector. You are extremely flexible you are adept at delivering legal services in a manner which is fit for purpose, whether that is providing robust written advice for a legal audience or explaining a litigation strategy to a ministerial one. You can lead teams and manage projects, whether their timelines are short or longer term. You rise to a challenge, but you bring others along with you. As such, you will have the capacity to contribute strategic insight and drive continuous improvement. You will also have demonstrated business development and relationship management experience and have the ability to develop positive and effective client relationships in order to grow the VGSO and its practice areas. Benefits In exchange for your hard work you will receive competitive remuneration, training and development opportunities and 17.5 annual leave loading. The VGSO embraces flexibility and welcomes a conversation to help you achieve work-life balance. How to apply If this sounds like the opportunity for you, apply now Applications must include a cover letter and resume that outlines your experience relevant to this role. Please note you are not required to respond to the Key Selection Criteria separately. To find out more about this role, please view the position description attached. Alternatively, you can contact Stephanie Lou, People and Culture Advisor, on (03) 9032 3020. Applications close at 1159pm on Sunday, 2 June 2019.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Special Counsel - Victorian Government Solicitor's Office

    Special Counsel - Victorian Government Solicitors Office Special Counsel - Victorian Government Solicitors Office Unique opportunity to provide legal advice at the heart of government Diverse, challenging and fulfilling work on matters of public interest Ongoing Full time VPS 6.2 or VPS 7 139,018 - 219,653 + super p.a. About the VGSO The Victorian Government Solicitors Office (VGSO) vision is to be the Victorian Governments trusted legal partner. The VGSO provides responsive legal services exclusively for the Victorian Government and public sector. Our place within government ensures we are at the centre of legal change, reform and problem-solving. We operate as a service-driven legal professional practice and strive for excellence in this competitive environment. In all aspects of our operations, we aim to role model and live by our values Responsiveness, Integrity, Insight, Collaboration and Excellence. About the branch and role The Public Law Planning Branch of the VGSO provides litigation services and legal advice in a broad range of areas, including The development, application and interpretation of legislation (including in administrative decision-making) Merits and judicial review of administrative decisions Planning, environment and heritage law Human rights and anti-discrimination law State and federal constitutional and electoral law Public sector governance and integrity and Integrity body (including parliamentary) inquiries. We are currently seeking a senior and highly experience legal practitioner to join us as Special Counsel. This role will focus on providing advice, and leading litigation, in high risk and significant public law matters. You will be part of a team with deep experience in public law, but what you will bring is your capacity to lead the delivery of legal services in response to the diverse challenges of government practice. Key responsibilities Provide highly specialised legal expertise and technical legal advice across government, with a focus on public law matters, both in the litigious and purely advisory contexts Provide strategic leadership to ad hoc teams responding to high risk matters, ensuring the provision of high quality and responsive legal services and advice in alignment with the VGSOs Strategic Plan and the VGSO values and Proactively advance the VGSOs client strategies, practice areas and client relationships in order to further develop positive existing client relationships and establish new business opportunities. About the successful applicant You are regarded as an expert a senior and highly experienced legal practitioner with a strong understanding of the structure and culture of government and of the political and legal sensitivities of operating within the public sector. You are extremely flexible you are adept at delivering legal services in a manner which is fit for purpose, whether that is providing robust written advice for a legal audience or explaining a litigation strategy to a ministerial one. You can lead teams and manage projects, whether their timelines are short or longer term. You rise to a challenge, but you bring others along with you. As such, you will have the capacity to contribute strategic insight and drive continuous improvement. You will also have demonstrated business development and relationship management experience and have the ability to develop positive and effective client relationships in order to grow the VGSO and its practice areas. Benefits In exchange for your hard work you will receive competitive remuneration, training and development opportunities and 17.5 annual leave loading. The VGSO embraces flexibility and welcomes a conversation to help you achieve work-life balance. How to apply If this sounds like the opportunity for you, apply now Applications must include a cover letter and resume that outlines your experience relevant to this role. Please note you are not required to respond to the Key Selection Criteria separately. To find out more about this role, please view the position description attached. Alternatively, you can contact Stephanie Lou, People and Culture Advisor, on (03) 9032 3020. Applications close at 1159pm on Sunday, 2 June 2019.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Special Counsel - Victorian Government Solicitor's Office

    Special Counsel - Victorian Government Solicitors Office Special Counsel - Victorian Government Solicitors Office Unique opportunity to provide legal advice at the heart of government Diverse, challenging and fulfilling work on matters of public interest Ongoing Full time VPS 6.2 or VPS 7 139,018 - 219,653 + super p.a. About the VGSO The Victorian Government Solicitors Office (VGSO) vision is to be the Victorian Governments trusted legal partner. The VGSO provides responsive legal services exclusively for the Victorian Government and public sector. Our place within government ensures we are at the centre of legal change, reform and problem-solving. We operate as a service-driven legal professional practice and strive for excellence in this competitive environment. In all aspects of our operations, we aim to role model and live by our values Responsiveness, Integrity, Insight, Collaboration and Excellence. About the branch and role The Public Law Planning Branch of the VGSO provides litigation services and legal advice in a broad range of areas, including The development, application and interpretation of legislation (including in administrative decision-making) Merits and judicial review of administrative decisions Planning, environment and heritage law Human rights and anti-discrimination law State and federal constitutional and electoral law Public sector governance and integrity and Integrity body (including parliamentary) inquiries. We are currently seeking a senior and highly experience legal practitioner to join us as Special Counsel. This role will focus on providing advice, and leading litigation, in high risk and significant public law matters. You will be part of a team with deep experience in public law, but what you will bring is your capacity to lead the delivery of legal services in response to the diverse challenges of government practice. Key responsibilities Provide highly specialised legal expertise and technical legal advice across government, with a focus on public law matters, both in the litigious and purely advisory contexts Provide strategic leadership to ad hoc teams responding to high risk matters, ensuring the provision of high quality and responsive legal services and advice in alignment with the VGSOs Strategic Plan and the VGSO values and Proactively advance the VGSOs client strategies, practice areas and client relationships in order to further develop positive existing client relationships and establish new business opportunities. About the successful applicant You are regarded as an expert a senior and highly experienced legal practitioner with a strong understanding of the structure and culture of government and of the political and legal sensitivities of operating within the public sector. You are extremely flexible you are adept at delivering legal services in a manner which is fit for purpose, whether that is providing robust written advice for a legal audience or explaining a litigation strategy to a ministerial one. You can lead teams and manage projects, whether their timelines are short or longer term. You rise to a challenge, but you bring others along with you. As such, you will have the capacity to contribute strategic insight and drive continuous improvement. You will also have demonstrated business development and relationship management experience and have the ability to develop positive and effective client relationships in order to grow the VGSO and its practice areas. Benefits In exchange for your hard work you will receive competitive remuneration, training and development opportunities and 17.5 annual leave loading. The VGSO embraces flexibility and welcomes a conversation to help you achieve work-life balance. How to apply If this sounds like the opportunity for you, apply now Applications must include a cover letter and resume that outlines your experience relevant to this role. Please note you are not required to respond to the Key Selection Criteria separately. To find out more about this role, please view the position description attached. Alternatively, you can contact Stephanie Lou, People and Culture Advisor, on (03) 9032 3020. Applications close at 1159pm on Sunday, 2 June 2019.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Schools Water Efficiency Program Project Administrator

    Schools Water Efficiency Program Project Administrator Help drive water efficiency in Victorian schools Mitcham location with great benefits Yarra Valley Water provides essential water supply and sanitation services to over 1.7 million people who live and work in the northern and eastern suburbs of Melbourne. As an industry leader involved in exciting and innovative service solutions, we are committed to delivering exemplary water and sanitation services that contribute to the health and wellbeing of current and future generations. We™re passionate about delivering extraordinary outcomes. Our award-winning culture fosters an inclusive, collaborative work environment and provides the development opportunities, flexibility and support that enable high levels of achievement and personal satisfaction. Our long-term strategy includes a commitment to put customers at the centre of how we think, and what we do, and to adopt a restorative approach to looking after the environment. We™re for thriving communities, and our work environment is a match for our strategic commitments. The Role The Schools Water Efficiency Program (SWEP) Project Administrator will support the day to day function of the Schools Water Efficiency Program, which aims to drive water efficient behaviours in Victorian schools. This joint initiative with the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning and the Department of Education and Training provides schools with data loggers and tailored STEM curriculum to educate students in efficient water usage. This broad role involves a variety of administrative tasks, including ensuring data is logged correctly, following up users and system owners to resolve issues, sending alerts to schools, and stakeholder and supplier management. Skills and Experience The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate the following Experience in relationship and stakeholder management Intermediate knowledge of the water industry and State Government processes Well developed competency in MS Office products Ability to manage own workload and timelines Confidence, with a pragmatic approach to work The Benefits This role is classified as an Officer Level 2, salary range starting at 79,238 per annum dependent on experience, plus 10 superannuation. Flexible working arrangements considered Generous personal leave entitlements Training and development opportunities Onsite canteen and fitness group Free flu vaccinations Social events, skill-sharing and networking opportunities How to apply Applications should include a supporting Cover Letter and Resume. Closing date 31 May 2019 Yarra Valley Water is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace, and strongly encourages applications from all types of people, from all walks of life. We believe diversity of thinking fosters innovation and delivers better outcomes for our customers, and we value a workforce that™s a match for our diverse community. This position is available for Yarra Valley Water employees and external applicants. Successful applicants must be eligible to work in Australia and agree to provide information for pre-employment checks, if required for the position (which may include police records checks). Please visit our careers website for more information www.yvw.com.auhomecareers

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Contract Management Coordinator

    Contract Management Coordinator This role is crucial for the overall delivery of a contract management framework as you will play a significant part in shaping the way procurement will be done into the future. It is an exciting time to be joining the Magistrates Court of Victoria, as we embark on a digital procurement transformation with the core focus on delivering source to contract activities in a consistent and efficient manner. About The Role Reporting to the Manager Procurement, the Contract Management Coordinator is responsible for a range of tasks, including but not limited to Leading the design and implementation process of a contract management framework across the Magistrates Court of Victoria. Providing high level and detailed professional advice on contract management, practices, policies and processes to key internal stakeholders. Prepare reports and recommendations as required and provide regular progress reporting on the status of contracts against KPIs or other metrics for internal and external stakeholders. About you To be successful in this role, you must have Proven experience in developing and executing high quality procurement and contract management plans. Significant hands-on procurement experience in a project environment (or similar) with an emphasis on planning, executing and obtaining approvals for end to end procurement activities across a broad range of categories. Commercial acumen and a strong understanding of business, performance expectations and critical success factors to negotiate, manage and administer contracts and meet operational requirements. Designed and delivered training packages on contract management and other related procurement topics. What we can offer you In return we offer, A fantastic team environment An organisation where Procurement is truly valued Opportunities for training and development Career progression and acting opportunties Industry competitive salary How to apply To apply, please click the ˜Apply Now button, ensuring you include the following documents in your application resume a short covering letter completed application form (see file attachment) For further information on the position, please see the attached position description. Other information Court Services Victoria (CSV) is the employer of staff at all Victorian courts and tribunals, the Judicial College of Victoria, and the Judicial Commission of Victoria. CSV offers a wide range of legal and non-legal career options as well as attractive employee benefits. CSV is committed to building a diverse workforce and inclusive culture. We strongly encourage people of all abilities to apply, particularly people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage, and those who may experience diversity or disability related barriers in securing employment. Magistrates Court of Victorias vision is that all employees access and enjoy the same rights, responsibilities, resources and opportunities regardless of their gender, identity or cultural beliefs. The Magistrates Court of Victoria is committed to providing a safe and respectful workplace and has zero tolerance for violence against women.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Customer Service Officer

    Customer Service Officer About the role You will help prepare, publish and distribute House documents order and proofread the various prints of bills check and prepare Acts of Parliament for royal assent and process reports submitted for tabling. In addition, you will help maintain the Legislative Assemblys archives. You will possess excellent communication skills and a committment to providing to high quality service. Your great organisational skills will allow you to handle large volumes of documents that are processed within this role, and you work well under pressure to meet deadlines in a time-critical environment. You must also be prepared to work overtime when the Legislative Assembly is sitting. You will be provided with initial and on-going training no previous parliamentary experience is necessary. The position is part time (0.6) ” Monday, Thursday and Friday. Salary Grade 3.1, 68,884 (as at 1 July 2019) pro rata Category B Term of appointment Part time (0.6), Fixed term to 23 December 2019 Applications close 12.00 midnight, 29 May 2019 Further information Brittany Turner, phone 9651 8564. To view the position description, please click on the attachment above. To submit an application, which must address the key selection criteria listed in the position description and include a resume and cover letter, please click on the Apply Now button. Re-employment restrictions may apply to recipients of VPS voluntary departure packages.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Customer Service Officer

    Customer Service Officer About the role You will help prepare, publish and distribute House documents order and proofread the various prints of bills check and prepare Acts of Parliament for royal assent and process reports submitted for tabling. In addition, you will help maintain the Legislative Assemblys archives. You will possess excellent communication skills and a committment to providing to high quality service. Your great organisational skills will allow you to handle large volumes of documents that are processed within this role, and you work well under pressure to meet deadlines in a time-critical environment. You must also be prepared to work overtime when the Legislative Assembly is sitting. You will be provided with initial and on-going training no previous parliamentary experience is necessary. The position is part time (0.6) ” Monday, Thursday and Friday. Salary Grade 3.1, 68,884 (as at 1 July 2019) pro rata Category B Term of appointment Part time (0.6), Fixed term to 23 December 2019 Applications close 12.00 midnight, 29 May 2019 Further information Brittany Turner, phone 9651 8564. To view the position description, please click on the attachment above. To submit an application, which must address the key selection criteria listed in the position description and include a resume and cover letter, please click on the Apply Now button. Re-employment restrictions may apply to recipients of VPS voluntary departure packages.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Customer Service Officer

    Customer Service Officer About the role You will help prepare, publish and distribute House documents order and proofread the various prints of bills check and prepare Acts of Parliament for royal assent and process reports submitted for tabling. In addition, you will help maintain the Legislative Assemblys archives. You will possess excellent communication skills and a committment to providing to high quality service. Your great organisational skills will allow you to handle large volumes of documents that are processed within this role, and you work well under pressure to meet deadlines in a time-critical environment. You must also be prepared to work overtime when the Legislative Assembly is sitting. You will be provided with initial and on-going training no previous parliamentary experience is necessary. The position is part time (0.6) ” Monday, Thursday and Friday. Salary Grade 3.1, 68,884 (as at 1 July 2019) pro rata Category B Term of appointment Part time (0.6), Fixed term to 23 December 2019 Applications close 12.00 midnight, 29 May 2019 Further information Brittany Turner, phone 9651 8564. To view the position description, please click on the attachment above. To submit an application, which must address the key selection criteria listed in the position description and include a resume and cover letter, please click on the Apply Now button. Re-employment restrictions may apply to recipients of VPS voluntary departure packages.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Customer Service Officer

    Customer Service Officer About the role You will help prepare, publish and distribute House documents order and proofread the various prints of bills check and prepare Acts of Parliament for royal assent and process reports submitted for tabling. In addition, you will help maintain the Legislative Assemblys archives. You will possess excellent communication skills and a committment to providing to high quality service. Your great organisational skills will allow you to handle large volumes of documents that are processed within this role, and you work well under pressure to meet deadlines in a time-critical environment. You must also be prepared to work overtime when the Legislative Assembly is sitting. You will be provided with initial and on-going training no previous parliamentary experience is necessary. The position is part time (0.6) ” Monday, Thursday and Friday. Salary Grade 3.1, 68,884 (as at 1 July 2019) pro rata Category B Term of appointment Part time (0.6), Fixed term to 23 December 2019 Applications close 12.00 midnight, 29 May 2019 Further information Brittany Turner, phone 9651 8564. To view the position description, please click on the attachment above. To submit an application, which must address the key selection criteria listed in the position description and include a resume and cover letter, please click on the Apply Now button. Re-employment restrictions may apply to recipients of VPS voluntary departure packages.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Customer Service Officer

    Customer Service Officer About the role You will help prepare, publish and distribute House documents order and proofread the various prints of bills check and prepare Acts of Parliament for royal assent and process reports submitted for tabling. In addition, you will help maintain the Legislative Assemblys archives. You will possess excellent communication skills and a committment to providing to high quality service. Your great organisational skills will allow you to handle large volumes of documents that are processed within this role, and you work well under pressure to meet deadlines in a time-critical environment. You must also be prepared to work overtime when the Legislative Assembly is sitting. You will be provided with initial and on-going training no previous parliamentary experience is necessary. The position is part time (0.6) ” Monday, Thursday and Friday. Salary Grade 3.1, 68,884 (as at 1 July 2019) pro rata Category B Term of appointment Part time (0.6), Fixed term to 23 December 2019 Applications close 12.00 midnight, 29 May 2019 Further information Brittany Turner, phone 9651 8564. To view the position description, please click on the attachment above. To submit an application, which must address the key selection criteria listed in the position description and include a resume and cover letter, please click on the Apply Now button. Re-employment restrictions may apply to recipients of VPS voluntary departure packages.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Claims Determination Advisor

    Claims Determination Advisor Located at CFA Headquarters, Burwood East Ongoing Full Time 79,566 pa (plus 9.50 super) The Country Fire Authority (CFA) is one of the worlds largest, and most highly regarded community based emergency services organisations. We respond to fire and other emergencies 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Whilst our firefighters are the cornerstone of CFA services, what goes on behind the scenes is just as important in helping to protect lives and property. About the Role The Claims Determination Advisor is responsible for assessing and determining liability for Volunteer compensation claims as well as assessing and effectively managing under excess WorkCover compensation claims. In addition, the role will obtain and provide all relevant information to assist Insurers in the liability process for WorkCover standard claims. They will manage all claims in a holistic, effective, efficient and empathetic manner to achieve early injury recovery, return to work and appropriate compensation outcomes. The successful candidate will have An industry related qualification or equivalent practical experience, in the assessment and management of personal injury compensation claims. Demonstrated attention to detail, problem solving and effective decision making. Proven ability to work under pressure and prioritise work by systematically managing a volume caseload. Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing to a diverse range of clients. Experience and ability in interpreting and applying policy, procedure, regulations and legislation. Excellent interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to build relationships and negotiateinfluence the actions and attitudes of external and internal stakeholders. Demonstrated ability to work effectively both autonomously and within a team environment. Experience in self-insured claims management an advantage. Your Application When applying for a position with CFA, the key to progressing in the selection process is the quality of your application. Your application must demonstrate that you have the qualifications, experience, key attributes and skills required for the position. Applicants must address the selection criteria outlined in the attached position description. Your application should include Cover letter Responses to the Key Selection Criteria as outlined in the Position Description Resume Submitting your Application When you click the apply button you will be taken to the online application form. Here you will be asked to provide personal and contact details and respond to employment-related questions. The successful applicant will be required to complete a National Police History Check. CFA supports flexible working arrangements and is committed to being an inclusive, fair and child safe organisation for all staff, volunteers and the community. Headquarters 8 Lakeside Drive, Burwood East Victoria 3151 www.cfa.vic.gov.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Business Support Officer - Shared Services

    Business Support Officer - Shared Services The Country Fire Authority (CFA) is one of the worlds largest, and most highly regarded community based emergency services organisations. We respond to fire and other emergencies 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Whilst our firefighters are the cornerstone of CFA services, what goes on behind the scenes is just as important in helping to protect lives and property. About the Role Reporting to the Manager Shared Services, you will be responsible for the Shared Services functions of Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable. This position will perform the Accounts Receivable and Payable functions ensuring adequate and accurate transaction processes, in accordance with CFA policy and procedures. The successful candidate will have Proven experience in Shared Services (Accounts Receivable andor Payable) or similar position, preferably in a large diverse organisation. Proven ability to accurately complete data entry processing in a timely, efficient and professional manner. Demonstrated organisational skills with the capacity to use initiative and adaptability in managing a varied workload. Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to liaise with internal and external customers to appropriately handle sensitive, confidential and urgent matters Ability to work proactively with limited supervision and contribute positively as a team member Computer literacy using Microsoft based software including experience in the use of Excel (experience with SAP finance system highly desirable) Your Application When applying for a position with CFA, the key to progressing in the selection process is the quality of your application. Your application must demonstrate that you have the qualifications, experience, key attributes and skills required for the position. Applicants must address the selection criteria outlined in the attached position description. Your application should include Cover letter Responses to the Key Selection Criteria as outlined in the Position Description Resume Submitting your Application When you click the apply button you will be taken to the online application form. Here you will be asked to provide personal and contact details and respond to employment-related questions. The successful applicant will be required to complete a National Police History Check. CFA supports flexible working arrangements and is committed to being an inclusive, fair and child safe organisation for all staff, volunteers and the community. Headquarters 8 Lakeside Drive, Burwood East Victoria 3151 www.cfa.vic.gov.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Business Support Officer - Shared Services

    Business Support Officer - Shared Services The Country Fire Authority (CFA) is one of the worlds largest, and most highly regarded community based emergency services organisations. We respond to fire and other emergencies 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Whilst our firefighters are the cornerstone of CFA services, what goes on behind the scenes is just as important in helping to protect lives and property. About the Role Reporting to the Manager Shared Services, you will be responsible for the Shared Services functions of Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable. This position will perform the Accounts Receivable and Payable functions ensuring adequate and accurate transaction processes, in accordance with CFA policy and procedures. The successful candidate will have Proven experience in Shared Services (Accounts Receivable andor Payable) or similar position, preferably in a large diverse organisation. Proven ability to accurately complete data entry processing in a timely, efficient and professional manner. Demonstrated organisational skills with the capacity to use initiative and adaptability in managing a varied workload. Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to liaise with internal and external customers to appropriately handle sensitive, confidential and urgent matters Ability to work proactively with limited supervision and contribute positively as a team member Computer literacy using Microsoft based software including experience in the use of Excel (experience with SAP finance system highly desirable) Your Application When applying for a position with CFA, the key to progressing in the selection process is the quality of your application. Your application must demonstrate that you have the qualifications, experience, key attributes and skills required for the position. Applicants must address the selection criteria outlined in the attached position description. Your application should include Cover letter Responses to the Key Selection Criteria as outlined in the Position Description Resume Submitting your Application When you click the apply button you will be taken to the online application form. Here you will be asked to provide personal and contact details and respond to employment-related questions. The successful applicant will be required to complete a National Police History Check. CFA supports flexible working arrangements and is committed to being an inclusive, fair and child safe organisation for all staff, volunteers and the community. Headquarters 8 Lakeside Drive, Burwood East Victoria 3151 www.cfa.vic.gov.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Business Support Officer - Shared Services

    Business Support Officer - Shared Services The Country Fire Authority (CFA) is one of the worlds largest, and most highly regarded community based emergency services organisations. We respond to fire and other emergencies 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Whilst our firefighters are the cornerstone of CFA services, what goes on behind the scenes is just as important in helping to protect lives and property. About the Role Reporting to the Manager Shared Services, you will be responsible for the Shared Services functions of Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable. This position will perform the Accounts Receivable and Payable functions ensuring adequate and accurate transaction processes, in accordance with CFA policy and procedures. The successful candidate will have Proven experience in Shared Services (Accounts Receivable andor Payable) or similar position, preferably in a large diverse organisation. Proven ability to accurately complete data entry processing in a timely, efficient and professional manner. Demonstrated organisational skills with the capacity to use initiative and adaptability in managing a varied workload. Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to liaise with internal and external customers to appropriately handle sensitive, confidential and urgent matters Ability to work proactively with limited supervision and contribute positively as a team member Computer literacy using Microsoft based software including experience in the use of Excel (experience with SAP finance system highly desirable) Your Application When applying for a position with CFA, the key to progressing in the selection process is the quality of your application. Your application must demonstrate that you have the qualifications, experience, key attributes and skills required for the position. Applicants must address the selection criteria outlined in the attached position description. Your application should include Cover letter Responses to the Key Selection Criteria as outlined in the Position Description Resume Submitting your Application When you click the apply button you will be taken to the online application form. Here you will be asked to provide personal and contact details and respond to employment-related questions. The successful applicant will be required to complete a National Police History Check. CFA supports flexible working arrangements and is committed to being an inclusive, fair and child safe organisation for all staff, volunteers and the community. Headquarters 8 Lakeside Drive, Burwood East Victoria 3151 www.cfa.vic.gov.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Business Support Officer - Shared Services

    Business Support Officer - Shared Services The Country Fire Authority (CFA) is one of the worlds largest, and most highly regarded community based emergency services organisations. We respond to fire and other emergencies 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Whilst our firefighters are the cornerstone of CFA services, what goes on behind the scenes is just as important in helping to protect lives and property. About the Role Reporting to the Manager Shared Services, you will be responsible for the Shared Services functions of Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable. This position will perform the Accounts Receivable and Payable functions ensuring adequate and accurate transaction processes, in accordance with CFA policy and procedures. The successful candidate will have Proven experience in Shared Services (Accounts Receivable andor Payable) or similar position, preferably in a large diverse organisation. Proven ability to accurately complete data entry processing in a timely, efficient and professional manner. Demonstrated organisational skills with the capacity to use initiative and adaptability in managing a varied workload. Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to liaise with internal and external customers to appropriately handle sensitive, confidential and urgent matters Ability to work proactively with limited supervision and contribute positively as a team member Computer literacy using Microsoft based software including experience in the use of Excel (experience with SAP finance system highly desirable) Your Application When applying for a position with CFA, the key to progressing in the selection process is the quality of your application. Your application must demonstrate that you have the qualifications, experience, key attributes and skills required for the position. Applicants must address the selection criteria outlined in the attached position description. Your application should include Cover letter Responses to the Key Selection Criteria as outlined in the Position Description Resume Submitting your Application When you click the apply button you will be taken to the online application form. Here you will be asked to provide personal and contact details and respond to employment-related questions. The successful applicant will be required to complete a National Police History Check. CFA supports flexible working arrangements and is committed to being an inclusive, fair and child safe organisation for all staff, volunteers and the community. Headquarters 8 Lakeside Drive, Burwood East Victoria 3151 www.cfa.vic.gov.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Parole and Specialist Case Manager - Horsham

    Parole and Specialist Case Manager - Horsham Support community safety by proactively motivating and engaging prisoners on parole Ongoing learning and development opportunities Ongoing, full time opportunity based in Horsham About us Corrections Victorias purpose is to deliver an effective corrections system for a safe community. Community Correctional Services (CCS), is overseen by Corrections Victoria, a division of the Department of Justice and Community Safety. CCS is responsible for the management and supervision of prisoners on parole, clients under post sentence supervision and court orders. CCS is currently experiencing rapid growth in the offender population. In response to this, Corrections Victoria will embed evidence based practice across all areas of our work and target responses to the areas that will allow the greatest impacts to be made. This approach will contribute to a safer community and strengthen CCS for the future. About the role Based in Horsham, you will be responsible for delivering high quality case management to a caseload of the highest priority violent and sex offenders under correctional supervision. Parole and Specialist Case Managers will be responsible for ensuring that the nature of serious offender management aligns with best practice initiatives, including managing offenders using strengths based case management approaches and dynamic risk assessment in line with Corrections Victorias Offender Management Framework. The case management role will necessitate that Parole and Specialist Case Managers demonstrate outstanding offender engagement and management skills, including excellent motivational interaction interviewing techniques and production of relevant plans and reports. To be successful in this role, you will have experience in the application of best practice case management and theoretical concepts to reduce risk and maximise client outcomes experience in the case management of complex and high risk clients knowledge and experience in best practice risk and therapeutic initiatives excellent written communication skills including detailed report writing experience. Experience working within a legislative framework is also desirable. For more details regarding these positions, please contact Leah Bavage - Principal Practitioner on (03) 4344 1444. Why work with us? At the Department of Justice and Community Safety, we provide every person with the means to achieve their potential through ongoing learning and development opportunities in a diverse, equitable and supportive environment. We look for people who are prepared to do their very best in line with our values and behaviours. Our values shape and influence how we recruit, train and develop our staff and build relationships with stakeholders. We will also provide you with professional development opportunities, an employee assistance program, access to job opportunities across the Victorian Government, salary packaging and much more. 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. Aboriginal andor Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Case Manager - Parole (Werribee)

    Senior Case Manager - Parole (Werribee) Support community safety by proactively motivating and engaging prisoners on parole Ongoing learning and development opportunities Fixed term, full time (12 months) opportunity based in Werribee About us Corrections Victorias purpose is to deliver an effective corrections system for a safe community. Community Correctional Services (CCS), is overseen by Corrections Victoria, a division of the Department of Justice and Community Safety. CCS is responsible for the management and supervision of prisoners on parole, clients under post sentence supervision and court orders. CCS is currently experiencing rapid growth in the offender population. In response to this, Corrections Victoria will embed evidence based practice across all areas of our work and target responses to the areas that will allow the greatest impacts to be made. This approach will contribute to a safer community and strengthen CCS for the future. About the role Based in Werribee, you will deliver quality case management to a complex caseload of the highest priority, violent prisoners on parole. You will work autonomously and ensure that the management of prisoners under your supervision are case managed in line with the Corrections Victoria Offender Management Framework. You will contribute to a strengthened and integrated risk assessment and management framework, including the transition process from imprisonment into the community. Building close partnership with internal and external stakeholders, you will have an overarching focus on community safety. To be successful in this role, you will have well-developed engagement and case management skills the ability to prepare high quality reports experience in the application of best practice case management of complex and high risk clients knowledge and experience in best practice risk and therapeutic initiatives. Experience working within a legislative framework is also desirable. Why work with us? At the Department of Justice and Community, we provide every person with the means to achieve their potential through ongoing learning and development opportunities in a diverse, equitable and supportive environment. We look for people who are prepared to do their very best in line with our values and behaviours. Our values shape and influence how we recruit, train and develop our staff and build relationships with stakeholders. We will also provide you with professional development opportunities, an employee assistance program, access to job opportunities across the Victorian Government, salary packaging and much more. To speak with Ebony Pisanelli - Regional Recruitment Business Partner for the role please connect on LinkedIn at the link below httpswww.linkedin.cominebony-pisanelli-97551834 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. Aboriginal andor Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Programs Project Officer, Road Safety Education Experience (TAC Project)

    Programs Project Officer, Road Safety Education Experience (TAC Project) Exciting and challenging role in one of Australia™s premier cultural organisations Full time, fixed-term opportunity for three years within Victorian State Government organisation Close to public transport Australia™s largest public museum organisation is seeking a Programs Project Officer to provide administrative and delivery support to the Road to Zero on-site and outreach programs. ABOUT MUSEUMS VICTORIA Museums Victoria cares for the State scientific and cultural collections, providing visitor access, activities and events at five distinct venues Melbourne Museum, Immigration Museum, Scienceworks, IMAX Cinema and world heritage listed Royal Exhibition Building. To learn more about Museum Victoria, please visit httpmuseumvictoria.com.auabout ABOUT THE POSITION The primary responsibility of the Programs Project Officer will be coordinating the efficient day to day operation of Road to Zero, including coordination of staff rosters and training, bookings and enquiries and program delivery. Notable skills and experiences Well-developed administration, communication and presentation skills Experience in delivery of programs for secondary education audiences Proven ability to liaise with teachers, broader school communities and external stakeholders Demonstrated ability to work effectively in teams including coordinating daily operations within a multidisciplinary team environment. Must comply with TAC Road Safety Requirements. The successful applicant must have a current Victorian Drivers Licence. OTHER INFORMATION This is a full-time, fixed term three-year position. The salary on offer is 67,866 per annum, paid pro-rata + 9.5 superannuation. HOW TO APPLY? To view the position description, please visit our employment website museumsvictoria.com.auemployment and select ˜Current Vacancies™ For more information about this position, please contact Elke Barczak on (03) 8341 7314. To apply, please follow this link to apply directly to ouor website httpsjobs.careers.vic.gov.aujobtoolsjncustomsearch.viewFullSingle?inorganid=17285injnCounter=223681601 Please attach the three following documents with your application Your Cover letter Your CV Your written responses to the Key Selection Criteria as described in the Role Statement Applications Close Monday, 27th May 2019 Email Please click the Apply Now button below.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Programs Project Officer, Road Safety Education Experience (TAC Project)

    Programs Project Officer, Road Safety Education Experience (TAC Project) Exciting and challenging role in one of Australia™s premier cultural organisations Full time, fixed-term opportunity for three years within Victorian State Government organisation Close to public transport Australia™s largest public museum organisation is seeking a Programs Project Officer to provide administrative and delivery support to the Road to Zero on-site and outreach programs. ABOUT MUSEUMS VICTORIA Museums Victoria cares for the State scientific and cultural collections, providing visitor access, activities and events at five distinct venues Melbourne Museum, Immigration Museum, Scienceworks, IMAX Cinema and world heritage listed Royal Exhibition Building. To learn more about Museum Victoria, please visit httpmuseumvictoria.com.auabout ABOUT THE POSITION The primary responsibility of the Programs Project Officer will be coordinating the efficient day to day operation of Road to Zero, including coordination of staff rosters and training, bookings and enquiries and program delivery. Notable skills and experiences Well-developed administration, communication and presentation skills Experience in delivery of programs for secondary education audiences Proven ability to liaise with teachers, broader school communities and external stakeholders Demonstrated ability to work effectively in teams including coordinating daily operations within a multidisciplinary team environment. Must comply with TAC Road Safety Requirements. The successful applicant must have a current Victorian Drivers Licence. OTHER INFORMATION This is a full-time, fixed term three-year position. The salary on offer is 67,866 per annum, paid pro-rata + 9.5 superannuation. HOW TO APPLY? To view the position description, please visit our employment website museumsvictoria.com.auemployment and select ˜Current Vacancies™ For more information about this position, please contact Elke Barczak on (03) 8341 7314. To apply, please follow this link to apply directly to ouor website httpsjobs.careers.vic.gov.aujobtoolsjncustomsearch.viewFullSingle?inorganid=17285injnCounter=223681601 Please attach the three following documents with your application Your Cover letter Your CV Your written responses to the Key Selection Criteria as described in the Role Statement Applications Close Monday, 27th May 2019 Email Please click the Apply Now button below.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Programs Project Officer, Road Safety Education Experience (TAC Project)

    Programs Project Officer, Road Safety Education Experience (TAC Project) Exciting and challenging role in one of Australia™s premier cultural organisations Full time, fixed-term opportunity for three years within Victorian State Government organisation Close to public transport Australia™s largest public museum organisation is seeking a Programs Project Officer to provide administrative and delivery support to the Road to Zero on-site and outreach programs. ABOUT MUSEUMS VICTORIA Museums Victoria cares for the State scientific and cultural collections, providing visitor access, activities and events at five distinct venues Melbourne Museum, Immigration Museum, Scienceworks, IMAX Cinema and world heritage listed Royal Exhibition Building. To learn more about Museum Victoria, please visit httpmuseumvictoria.com.auabout ABOUT THE POSITION The primary responsibility of the Programs Project Officer will be coordinating the efficient day to day operation of Road to Zero, including coordination of staff rosters and training, bookings and enquiries and program delivery. Notable skills and experiences Well-developed administration, communication and presentation skills Experience in delivery of programs for secondary education audiences Proven ability to liaise with teachers, broader school communities and external stakeholders Demonstrated ability to work effectively in teams including coordinating daily operations within a multidisciplinary team environment. Must comply with TAC Road Safety Requirements. The successful applicant must have a current Victorian Drivers Licence. OTHER INFORMATION This is a full-time, fixed term three-year position. The salary on offer is 67,866 per annum, paid pro-rata + 9.5 superannuation. HOW TO APPLY? To view the position description, please visit our employment website museumsvictoria.com.auemployment and select ˜Current Vacancies™ For more information about this position, please contact Elke Barczak on (03) 8341 7314. To apply, please follow this link to apply directly to ouor website httpsjobs.careers.vic.gov.aujobtoolsjncustomsearch.viewFullSingle?inorganid=17285injnCounter=223681601 Please attach the three following documents with your application Your Cover letter Your CV Your written responses to the Key Selection Criteria as described in the Role Statement Applications Close Monday, 27th May 2019 Email Please click the Apply Now button below.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Programs Project Officer, Road Safety Education Experience (TAC Project)

    Programs Project Officer, Road Safety Education Experience (TAC Project) Exciting and challenging role in one of Australia™s premier cultural organisations Full time, fixed-term opportunity for three years within Victorian State Government organisation Close to public transport Australia™s largest public museum organisation is seeking a Programs Project Officer to provide administrative and delivery support to the Road to Zero on-site and outreach programs. ABOUT MUSEUMS VICTORIA Museums Victoria cares for the State scientific and cultural collections, providing visitor access, activities and events at five distinct venues Melbourne Museum, Immigration Museum, Scienceworks, IMAX Cinema and world heritage listed Royal Exhibition Building. To learn more about Museum Victoria, please visit httpmuseumvictoria.com.auabout ABOUT THE POSITION The primary responsibility of the Programs Project Officer will be coordinating the efficient day to day operation of Road to Zero, including coordination of staff rosters and training, bookings and enquiries and program delivery. Notable skills and experiences Well-developed administration, communication and presentation skills Experience in delivery of programs for secondary education audiences Proven ability to liaise with teachers, broader school communities and external stakeholders Demonstrated ability to work effectively in teams including coordinating daily operations within a multidisciplinary team environment. Must comply with TAC Road Safety Requirements. The successful applicant must have a current Victorian Drivers Licence. OTHER INFORMATION This is a full-time, fixed term three-year position. The salary on offer is 67,866 per annum, paid pro-rata + 9.5 superannuation. HOW TO APPLY? To view the position description, please visit our employment website museumsvictoria.com.auemployment and select ˜Current Vacancies™ For more information about this position, please contact Elke Barczak on (03) 8341 7314. To apply, please follow this link to apply directly to ouor website httpsjobs.careers.vic.gov.aujobtoolsjncustomsearch.viewFullSingle?inorganid=17285injnCounter=223681601 Please attach the three following documents with your application Your Cover letter Your CV Your written responses to the Key Selection Criteria as described in the Role Statement Applications Close Monday, 27th May 2019 Email Please click the Apply Now button below.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Programs Project Officer, Road Safety Education Experience (TAC Project)

    Programs Project Officer, Road Safety Education Experience (TAC Project) Exciting and challenging role in one of Australia™s premier cultural organisations Full time, fixed-term opportunity for three years within Victorian State Government organisation Close to public transport Australia™s largest public museum organisation is seeking a Programs Project Officer to provide administrative and delivery support to the Road to Zero on-site and outreach programs. ABOUT MUSEUMS VICTORIA Museums Victoria cares for the State scientific and cultural collections, providing visitor access, activities and events at five distinct venues Melbourne Museum, Immigration Museum, Scienceworks, IMAX Cinema and world heritage listed Royal Exhibition Building. To learn more about Museum Victoria, please visit httpmuseumvictoria.com.auabout ABOUT THE POSITION The primary responsibility of the Programs Project Officer will be coordinating the efficient day to day operation of Road to Zero, including coordination of staff rosters and training, bookings and enquiries and program delivery. Notable skills and experiences Well-developed administration, communication and presentation skills Experience in delivery of programs for secondary education audiences Proven ability to liaise with teachers, broader school communities and external stakeholders Demonstrated ability to work effectively in teams including coordinating daily operations within a multidisciplinary team environment. Must comply with TAC Road Safety Requirements. The successful applicant must have a current Victorian Drivers Licence. OTHER INFORMATION This is a full-time, fixed term three-year position. The salary on offer is 67,866 per annum, paid pro-rata + 9.5 superannuation. HOW TO APPLY? To view the position description, please visit our employment website museumsvictoria.com.auemployment and select ˜Current Vacancies™ For more information about this position, please contact Elke Barczak on (03) 8341 7314. To apply, please follow this link to apply directly to ouor website httpsjobs.careers.vic.gov.aujobtoolsjncustomsearch.viewFullSingle?inorganid=17285injnCounter=223681601 Please attach the three following documents with your application Your Cover letter Your CV Your written responses to the Key Selection Criteria as described in the Role Statement Applications Close Monday, 27th May 2019 Email Please click the Apply Now button below.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Events Coordinator

    Events Coordinator 67,866 gross per annum + 9.5 superannuation Full Time, Fixed Term for 3 Years Closing date for applications 5pm on 29 May 2019 The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is seeking an Events Coordinator who will be responsible for coordinating the organisation and management of events, including catered functions and exhibition openings, for internal and external clients. ABOUT THE POSITION You will coordinate activities associated with organising an event or function including catering, venue, security, administration and also attend events to ensure all aspects run smoothly while managing any potential issues. Other key responsibilities include Liaising with NGV departments and external stakeholders including donors, support groups and corporate sponsors to coordinate and deliver events. Articulating and presenting creative concepts and negotiating to implement well-planned timelines. Liaising with external contractors, such as catering and security, who are undertaking tasks at events. Preparing and monitoring expenditure against budgets, ensuring appropriate financial procedures are followed. To be successful in this role you will have sound experience organising a wide range of events within the corporate sector or arts industries, and in the provision of food and beverage. You will also need to have a flexible approach to hours of work as there will be a requirement to work after hours and weekends. The successful candidate will innovate and seek out continuous improvement opportunities, as well as maintain an organised approach to goal attainment. The successful candidate will also consistently persevere to achieve goals and problem-solve to overcome obstacles, as well as present with excellent written and verbal communication. 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 29 May 2019.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Events Coordinator

    Events Coordinator 67,866 gross per annum + 9.5 superannuation Full Time, Fixed Term for 3 Years Closing date for applications 5pm on 29 May 2019 The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is seeking an Events Coordinator who will be responsible for coordinating the organisation and management of events, including catered functions and exhibition openings, for internal and external clients. ABOUT THE POSITION You will coordinate activities associated with organising an event or function including catering, venue, security, administration and also attend events to ensure all aspects run smoothly while managing any potential issues. Other key responsibilities include Liaising with NGV departments and external stakeholders including donors, support groups and corporate sponsors to coordinate and deliver events. Articulating and presenting creative concepts and negotiating to implement well-planned timelines. Liaising with external contractors, such as catering and security, who are undertaking tasks at events. Preparing and monitoring expenditure against budgets, ensuring appropriate financial procedures are followed. To be successful in this role you will have sound experience organising a wide range of events within the corporate sector or arts industries, and in the provision of food and beverage. You will also need to have a flexible approach to hours of work as there will be a requirement to work after hours and weekends. The successful candidate will innovate and seek out continuous improvement opportunities, as well as maintain an organised approach to goal attainment. The successful candidate will also consistently persevere to achieve goals and problem-solve to overcome obstacles, as well as present with excellent written and verbal communication. 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 29 May 2019.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Events Coordinator

    Events Coordinator 67,866 gross per annum + 9.5 superannuation Full Time, Fixed Term for 3 Years Closing date for applications 5pm on 29 May 2019 The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is seeking an Events Coordinator who will be responsible for coordinating the organisation and management of events, including catered functions and exhibition openings, for internal and external clients. ABOUT THE POSITION You will coordinate activities associated with organising an event or function including catering, venue, security, administration and also attend events to ensure all aspects run smoothly while managing any potential issues. Other key responsibilities include Liaising with NGV departments and external stakeholders including donors, support groups and corporate sponsors to coordinate and deliver events. Articulating and presenting creative concepts and negotiating to implement well-planned timelines. Liaising with external contractors, such as catering and security, who are undertaking tasks at events. Preparing and monitoring expenditure against budgets, ensuring appropriate financial procedures are followed. To be successful in this role you will have sound experience organising a wide range of events within the corporate sector or arts industries, and in the provision of food and beverage. You will also need to have a flexible approach to hours of work as there will be a requirement to work after hours and weekends. The successful candidate will innovate and seek out continuous improvement opportunities, as well as maintain an organised approach to goal attainment. The successful candidate will also consistently persevere to achieve goals and problem-solve to overcome obstacles, as well as present with excellent written and verbal communication. 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 29 May 2019.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Events Coordinator

    Events Coordinator 67,866 gross per annum + 9.5 superannuation Full Time, Fixed Term for 3 Years Closing date for applications 5pm on 29 May 2019 The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is seeking an Events Coordinator who will be responsible for coordinating the organisation and management of events, including catered functions and exhibition openings, for internal and external clients. ABOUT THE POSITION You will coordinate activities associated with organising an event or function including catering, venue, security, administration and also attend events to ensure all aspects run smoothly while managing any potential issues. Other key responsibilities include Liaising with NGV departments and external stakeholders including donors, support groups and corporate sponsors to coordinate and deliver events. Articulating and presenting creative concepts and negotiating to implement well-planned timelines. Liaising with external contractors, such as catering and security, who are undertaking tasks at events. Preparing and monitoring expenditure against budgets, ensuring appropriate financial procedures are followed. To be successful in this role you will have sound experience organising a wide range of events within the corporate sector or arts industries, and in the provision of food and beverage. You will also need to have a flexible approach to hours of work as there will be a requirement to work after hours and weekends. The successful candidate will innovate and seek out continuous improvement opportunities, as well as maintain an organised approach to goal attainment. The successful candidate will also consistently persevere to achieve goals and problem-solve to overcome obstacles, as well as present with excellent written and verbal communication. 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 29 May 2019.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Events Coordinator

    Events Coordinator 67,866 gross per annum + 9.5 superannuation Full Time, Fixed Term for 3 Years Closing date for applications 5pm on 29 May 2019 The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is seeking an Events Coordinator who will be responsible for coordinating the organisation and management of events, including catered functions and exhibition openings, for internal and external clients. ABOUT THE POSITION You will coordinate activities associated with organising an event or function including catering, venue, security, administration and also attend events to ensure all aspects run smoothly while managing any potential issues. Other key responsibilities include Liaising with NGV departments and external stakeholders including donors, support groups and corporate sponsors to coordinate and deliver events. Articulating and presenting creative concepts and negotiating to implement well-planned timelines. Liaising with external contractors, such as catering and security, who are undertaking tasks at events. Preparing and monitoring expenditure against budgets, ensuring appropriate financial procedures are followed. To be successful in this role you will have sound experience organising a wide range of events within the corporate sector or arts industries, and in the provision of food and beverage. You will also need to have a flexible approach to hours of work as there will be a requirement to work after hours and weekends. The successful candidate will innovate and seek out continuous improvement opportunities, as well as maintain an organised approach to goal attainment. The successful candidate will also consistently persevere to achieve goals and problem-solve to overcome obstacles, as well as present with excellent written and verbal communication. 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 29 May 2019.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Events Coordinator

    Events Coordinator 67,866 gross per annum + 9.5 superannuation Full Time, Fixed Term for 3 Years Closing date for applications 5pm on 29 May 2019 The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is seeking an Events Coordinator who will be responsible for coordinating the organisation and management of events, including catered functions and exhibition openings, for internal and external clients. ABOUT THE POSITION You will coordinate activities associated with organising an event or function including catering, venue, security, administration and also attend events to ensure all aspects run smoothly while managing any potential issues. Other key responsibilities include Liaising with NGV departments and external stakeholders including donors, support groups and corporate sponsors to coordinate and deliver events. Articulating and presenting creative concepts and negotiating to implement well-planned timelines. Liaising with external contractors, such as catering and security, who are undertaking tasks at events. Preparing and monitoring expenditure against budgets, ensuring appropriate financial procedures are followed. To be successful in this role you will have sound experience organising a wide range of events within the corporate sector or arts industries, and in the provision of food and beverage. You will also need to have a flexible approach to hours of work as there will be a requirement to work after hours and weekends. The successful candidate will innovate and seek out continuous improvement opportunities, as well as maintain an organised approach to goal attainment. The successful candidate will also consistently persevere to achieve goals and problem-solve to overcome obstacles, as well as present with excellent written and verbal communication. 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 29 May 2019.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Casual Food Service Assistant

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    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


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    location Melbourne VIC 3130, Australia


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    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


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    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


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    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


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  • Front End Developer

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    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Property Officer

    Senior Property Officer Transport is the lifeblood of Victoria and at the centre of our state™s liveability and future prosperity. Every day we help millions of people get to work and school, access critical services, as well as socialise, shop and participate in some of the world™s best cultural, artistic and sporting events. We™re changing. On 1 July 2019, staff and functions from VicRoads, Public Transport Victoria and the Department of Transport will come together to form a new Department of Transport (DoT). As the new Department of Transport evolves, so will you. Here you will work on great things that matter. It™s stimulating, varied and challenging “ it™s work you can be proud of. About the Business Area The acquisition and compensation function involves the acquisition of land required for projects either by negotiated purchase or through the compulsory acquisition process in accordance with the Land Acquisition and Compensation Act 1986. Environment Land is seeking an experienced individual to join the team and be a part of managing the delivery of a diverse range of infrastructure projects. About the Role We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Property Officer. A diverse role, this position requires an experienced practitioner who possesses comprehensive knowledge in the purchase and compulsory acquisition of land. With strong experience in the assessment of compensation you will also demonstrate the ability to influence a range of internal and external stakeholders. Critical to the success of this position will be your ability to provide guidance in the application of legislation, regulations, government policies and industry practices regarding complex land acquisition activities across the management of multiple projects. About the Ideal Candidate Experience and qualifications in a similar or equivalent level role Strong attention to detail Excellent organisational and time management skills Outstanding written and verbal communication skills Comprehensive knowledge of and proven ability to interpret and understand relevant legislation and regulations and to successfully apply legislation in practical situations To attract, retain and develop talented people, we provide genuine flexibility, a culture that supports people to be their best and on top of that - great opportunities for career development. We embrace diversity and inclusion and are proud our workforce reflects the community we serve. For more information or a confidential conversation please contact Adam Layt on 0436 624 992. Recruitment agencies “ please note VicRoads does not accept resumes from third parties and will not be responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes. VicRoads is required to evidence your right to work in Australia and may ask for your consent to check records maintained by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection as well as records maintained by Victoria Police and VicRoads as part of the selection process. Information provided to VicRoads will be treated in the strictest confidence. For further information or to apply for this job please click on the Apply for this job button below.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Technical Rescue Instructor

    About VICSES As the control agency for flood, storm, tsunami, earthquake and landslide emergency, we take the lead in the preparation and response for those hazards. Under the coordination of Emergency Management Victoria (EMV), VICSES works within the broader emergency management sector, wherein all agencies and services work as one to ensure the safety of the state. As the largest road rescue network in Australia we have specialist teams that provide a 247 response to road accident and trauma incidents. We assist Victoria Police in search and rescue operations, and play an important role in supporting the Country Fire Authority (CFA), Metropolitan Fire Brigade (MFB), Parks Victoria and the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) during major bushfire and emergency incidents. We also work closely with key partners and municipal councils throughout Victoria to develop and improve their emergency management plans in relation to the performance and exercise of their duties and responsibilities under the Emergency Management Acts 1986 and 2013. VICSES is committed to being a child safe organisation. At VICSES we support the safety, participation, wellbeing and empowerment of children. We seek to ensure the safety of children involved in all VICSES activities. It is the responsibility of all members to comply with the Child Safety Policy, and act in accordance with the Child Safety Code of Conduct, which are all available on the VICSES HUB. The Role The successful applicant will deliver technical rescue competency based training and assessment programs, provide support and coaching to trainersassessors and maintain training and assessment records to meet VICSES RTO compliance and VICSES OHS standards. Requirements Certificate IV (Training and Assessment) A sound knowledge of, and experience in working within a national competency based training framework environment Victorian drivers licence Sound written and communication skills, including presentation skills and a high level of facilitation skills Sound working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications Qualifications in VICSES competencies or related emergency service agencies desirable Currently endorsed high angle operator in CFAVICSES system, including skills with personal mobility, marginal anchoring and high directional Level 2 First Aid Qualification Demonstrated use Of Learning Management System (LMS) To apply Please click apply now or download the attached position description for more information about the role. In your application, please include a recent cv or resume and a cover letter outlining your relevant experience, skills and abilities. No key selection criteria are required to be answered in your application. Please note that this is a casual position with work dependant on demand. The location of this role is negotable, however travel may be required across Victoria. For further information about the role, please contact Andrew Feagan - andrew.feaganses.vic.gov.au or (03) 9256 9000

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Technical Rescue Instructor

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    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Policy Adviser

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    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Assistant Director, Families and Children

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    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Modifications Officer

    Modifications Officer The Victorian Building Authority (VBA) is seeking two qualified building surveyors or those with significant progression towards this qualification, to deliver administrative and technical services to the Building Appeals Board (BAB) and the public to support the functions of the BAB, as set out in the Building Act 1993. Modifications Officers are responsible for delivering the administration and technical functions of the modifications processes for the BAB. Modifications Officers are also responsible for preparing documentation, assessing applications, and providing general regulation and legislative advice to internal and external stakeholders. Key Selection Criteria To be successful in this position, you will need to demonstrate tertiary qualifications (minimum Diploma or Advanced Diploma) or current studies in building surveying and some relevant professional experience in a similar role, good knowledge of the building control system in Victoria and knowledge of and ability to interpret legislation and regulations, excellent administration skills with good written communication, and strong customer service skills with the ability to provide information and assistance to consumers and practitioners. Why work for the VBA? Work for the VBA and you will join a values-based organisation which invests in employees. Our values We Work as One, We Problem Solve, We Deliver. Benefits of working for the VBA include flexible working arrangements, employee health and wellbeing initiatives, and employee learning and development opportunities. Salary Details Base Salary, Grade 3, within range of 67,866 - 82,404 per annum (plus 9.5 super), will be negotiated with the successful candidate, depending on skills and experience. Application Process For full job details and to apply, click Apply Now below. The VBA job application process requires you to upload your current resume, proof of your right to work in Australia (citizenship or residency document or Australia working visa) and any qualifications relevant to the role, and. complete the questionnaire provided after you click ˜Next at the bottom of the application page. Please note Candidates are not required to address all selection criteria, only those listed in the advertisement. Only electronic applications submitted via careers.vic.gov.au will be accepted. Standard recruitment practice applies, which may include interviewing, skillscompetency testing, reference checking andor other selection processes.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Modifications Officer

    Modifications Officer The Victorian Building Authority (VBA) is seeking two qualified building surveyors or those with significant progression towards this qualification, to deliver administrative and technical services to the Building Appeals Board (BAB) and the public to support the functions of the BAB, as set out in the Building Act 1993. Modifications Officers are responsible for delivering the administration and technical functions of the modifications processes for the BAB. Modifications Officers are also responsible for preparing documentation, assessing applications, and providing general regulation and legislative advice to internal and external stakeholders. Key Selection Criteria To be successful in this position, you will need to demonstrate tertiary qualifications (minimum Diploma or Advanced Diploma) or current studies in building surveying and some relevant professional experience in a similar role, good knowledge of the building control system in Victoria and knowledge of and ability to interpret legislation and regulations, excellent administration skills with good written communication, and strong customer service skills with the ability to provide information and assistance to consumers and practitioners. Why work for the VBA? Work for the VBA and you will join a values-based organisation which invests in employees. Our values We Work as One, We Problem Solve, We Deliver. Benefits of working for the VBA include flexible working arrangements, employee health and wellbeing initiatives, and employee learning and development opportunities. Salary Details Base Salary, Grade 3, within range of 67,866 - 82,404 per annum (plus 9.5 super), will be negotiated with the successful candidate, depending on skills and experience. Application Process For full job details and to apply, click Apply Now below. The VBA job application process requires you to upload your current resume, proof of your right to work in Australia (citizenship or residency document or Australia working visa) and any qualifications relevant to the role, and. complete the questionnaire provided after you click ˜Next at the bottom of the application page. Please note Candidates are not required to address all selection criteria, only those listed in the advertisement. Only electronic applications submitted via careers.vic.gov.au will be accepted. Standard recruitment practice applies, which may include interviewing, skillscompetency testing, reference checking andor other selection processes.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Health & Wellbeing Advisor - Victorian Government Solicitor's Office

    Senior Health Wellbeing Advisor - Victorian Government Solicitors Office Senior Health Wellbeing Advisor Strategic operational emphasis Mental health focus Fixed term (2 years) Full time VPS 5 96,942 - 117,293 + super p.a. About the VGSO The Victorian Government Solicitors Office (VGSO) vision is to be the Victorian Governments trusted legal partner. The VGSO provides responsive legal services exclusively for the Victorian Government and public sector. Our place within government ensures we are at the centre of legal change, reform and problem-solving. We operate as a service-driven legal professional practice and strive for excellence in this competitive environment. In all aspects of our operations, we aim to role model and live by our values Responsiveness, Integrity, Insight, Collaboration and Excellence. About the team and role As a key member of the People Culture (PC) Team, the role provides an exciting opportunity to further promote and embed a health and wellbeing culture across the organisation. Working collaboratively with key stakeholders, a central component will be to lead the development and implementation of tailored strategies to proactively prevent and reduce health and wellbeing issues in alignment with the VGSOs and VPS strategies and frameworks. A key focus is also in mental health, including providing advice, coaching and training to managers and employees, building organisational awareness and the design of appropriate employee support services. You will also be involved in policy development and implementation, together with preparing and analysing health, safety and wellbeing data and reporting to assist managers to identify trends and preventative strategies. A key focus will also be on the design and implementation of a workload management review system. Skills and experience Solid experience in managing health and wellbeing, ideally gained in a professional services environment Have insight into the challenges and pressures of working in a legal services context Proven ability to build positive relationships and partnerships Strong commitment to continuous improvement and sound working knowledge of workplace health and safety policies and legislation HR Generalist background will also be an advantage, although not essential Relevant tertiary qualifications andor relevant industry experience required Benefits In exchange for your hard work, you will receive competitive remuneration, training and development opportunities and 17.5 annual leave loading. The VGSO embraces flexibility and welcomes a conversation to help you achieve work-life balance. How to apply If this sounds like the opportunity for you, apply now Applications must include a cover letter and resume. Candidates will also be required to complete a few questions covering the Key Selection Criteria as part of the online application form. Please note it is not required to respond to the Key Selection Criteria separately. To find out more about this role, please view the position description attached. Alternatively, you can contact Stephanie Lou, People Culture Advisor, on (03) 9032 3020. Applications close at 1159pm on Sunday, 2 June 2019.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Portfolio Planner

    Portfolio Planner About the business VicTrack owns Victorias transport land, assets and infrastructure and works to protect and grow the value of the portfolio, to support a thriving transport system, and make travel and living better for Victorians. Our core functions Victorias Transport Integration Act 2010 sets out the objectives for each transport sector agency, and as the asset owners, our role is to manage the assets consistent with transport system objectives. Our core functions include Telecommunication services and network infrastructure that supports public transport Managers of land set aside for transport purposes, including the development and sale of land no longer required for transport Project management and civil engineering services for rail infrastructure upgrades Transport facilities and asset management, including the open access Dynon Rail Freight Terminal and heritage, buildings and environmental preservation About the role Provide professional assistance to Manager Portfolio Performance Controls, Project Managers and or Manager Business Development in project scheduling, report preparation and resource and cost forecasting. This position will support the VicTrack PMF and the Project Controls function for assurance of on-time and robust delivery of both internal and external projects within PDG and other business groups as required. For a full position description please visit our careers page on www.victrack.com.au Benefits and perks 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. Work within a supportive and friendly environment Close to trams, trains, shops and beautiful view of Docklands Harbour Fantastic remuneration package Worklife balance culture Skills and experience Excellent organisational skills and oral, written and presentation skills. Skill in project management and associated technologies Strong people management skills Minimum 5 years experience in project scheduling and planning Experience in both in engineering-construction industry as well as ITC Highly experience and proven skills in using Primavera P6 ver.8 is necessary to perform the role Highly skilled and fluent in using Microsoft Project 2010 and higher versions Excellent knowledge in Earned Value Management and Earned Schedule is necessary Good understanding of project management frameworks, delivery phases and approval gates Be able to define WBS and project activities by using SoW, Drawing, BoM and Cost Estimates Good understanding of project changes and processes of change control Advance expertise in Excel (effective use of formulas is must, VBA is desirable), Word and PowerPoint Be able to work in various projects in the same time and meeting deadline Experience in highly multi discipline industries Ability to work both as a team and independently with competing demands 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 22nd May 2019 VicTrack is an equal opportunity and human rights employer. Please note recruitment agencies will not be engaged in this process The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? How many years experience do you have with project planning and scheduling?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Project Manager - Signalling, Track and Power

    Senior Project Manager - Signalling, Track and Power About the business VicTrack owns Victorias transport land, assets and infrastructure and works to protect and grow the value of the portfolio, to support a thriving transport system, and make travel and living better for Victorians. Our core functions Victorias Transport Integration Act 2010 sets out the objectives for each transport sector agency, and as the asset owners, our role is to manage the assets consistent with transport system objectives. Our core functions include Telecommunication services and network infrastructure that supports public transport Managers of land set aside for transport purposes, including the development and sale of land no longer required for transport Project management and civil engineering services for rail infrastructure upgrades Transport facilities and asset management, including the open access Dynon Rail Freight Terminal and heritage, buildings and environmental preservation About the role The Senior Project Manager “ Signalling Track Power provides effective control of the scope, design, construction and handover of projects. The program of work consists of Railway Signalling projects however these projects may be multi-disciplined. For a full position description, please visit our careers page on www.victrack.com.au Benefits and perks 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. Work within a supportive and friendly environment Close to trams, trains, shops and beautiful view of Docklands Harbour Fantastic remuneration package Worklife balance culture Skills and experience Significant people leadership experience line or project Excellent organisational skills and the demonstrated ability to respond to changing priorities and demands and Excellent oral, written and presentation skills Experience and knowledge in project management Establishment of project requirements, stakeholder sponsorship and funding Experience building and maintaining relationships including team members across different locations, levels and divisions Experience and knowledge in managing contracts Experience and knowledge in managing project finances Experience and knowledge of managing stakeholders Experience and knowledge in change management Ability to influence others Knowledge of OHS Legislation, Regulations and Codes of Practice, Quality Standards, Environmental legislation and other associated legislative requirements Qualifications Tertiary qualifications in Engineering mandatory Project Management qualifications desirable Current Victorians drivers licence 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 24th May 2019 VicTrack is an equal opportunity and human rights employer. Please note recruitment agencies will not be engaged in this process. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


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