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Regulatory Officer - Early Childhood Regulatory Authority » North West Area, Cairns Region - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO5 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City,Brisbane - North,Brisbane - South,Brisbane - East,Brisbane - West,Cairns region,Central West Qld,Darling Downs - Maranoa,Far North Qld,Flexible,Gold Coast,Ipswich region,Logan - Beaudesert,Mackay region,Moreton Bay - North,Moreton Bay - South,North West Qld,Rockhampton region,South West Qld,Sunshine Coast,Toowoomba region,Townsville region,Wide Bay Job ad reference QLD/CO569322/24P Closing date 18-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Mark Jeffery Contact details (07) 3328 6741 Access the National Relay Service About the Department of Education: The Department of Education (DoE) sets the foundations for quality early learning experiences and delivers world class education services. The department also hosts the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority which is responsible for regulating early childhood education and care services. Your Role: Support the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority by consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, Central Office Teams and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes. The Regulatory Officer reports to the Manager, Regulation, in each Regional Office, Early Childhood Regulatory Authority, Early Childhood Branch, Early Childhood and State Schools Division. Responsibilities include: Consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. This may be carried out through monitoring, investigations and assessment of applications and notifications, as required. Conduct assessment and rating of education and care services across Queensland. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes. About You The successful applicant will have the following qualities: Experience as a regulator or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge of regulating the ECEC sector; Experience in conducting assessment and rating or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge and complete training in conducting assessment and rating; Ability to analyse evidence and create analysis; Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing; Ability to prioritise and complete projects and tasks efficiently; Decision-making skills; Ability to manage risk and prioritise the work; and Ability to work collaboratively with a range of different stakeholders. Instructions to apply: Attach a maximum 2-page resume (11 font only) listing two referees, one of whom is your current supervisor. Attach a maximum 2-page response to the following questions: The Department of Education takes a risk-based approach to regulating early childhood education and care services, as explained in Regulating for Quality. Please explain your understanding of regulatory activities as outlined in this document. Can you outline how you have prepared for this application and for the role as a Regulatory Officer? Why are you drawn to this role? How have you used your interpersonal skills to communicate effectively, resolving a complex issue? We welcome all applicants to share any support needed to ensure our recruitment process is inclusive. Applications remain current for 12 months from the closing date and may be considered for appointment to identical or similar vacancies within the Department. Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted. When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services. Salary rate shown is reflective of full-time (1.0 FTE). The Department of Education is a family inclusive workplace. Click here to find out more about our Inclusion and Diversity strategies. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. For a full list of the position responsibilities and mandatory requirements, please ensure you download the attached role description and candidate information fact sheet and follow the instructions. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. CO569322_24P Role Description (PDF, 242KB) Role Description Candidate Information Fact Sheet (PDF, 728KB) Information Package for Applicants • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Regulatory Officer - Early Childhood Regulatory Authority » Sunshine Coast Region, Queensland - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO5 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City,Brisbane - North,Brisbane - South,Brisbane - East,Brisbane - West,Cairns region,Central West Qld,Darling Downs - Maranoa,Far North Qld,Flexible,Gold Coast,Ipswich region,Logan - Beaudesert,Mackay region,Moreton Bay - North,Moreton Bay - South,North West Qld,Rockhampton region,South West Qld,Sunshine Coast,Toowoomba region,Townsville region,Wide Bay Job ad reference QLD/CO569322/24P Closing date 18-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Mark Jeffery Contact details (07) 3328 6741 Access the National Relay Service About the Department of Education: The Department of Education (DoE) sets the foundations for quality early learning experiences and delivers world class education services. The department also hosts the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority which is responsible for regulating early childhood education and care services. Your Role: Support the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority by consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, Central Office Teams and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes. The Regulatory Officer reports to the Manager, Regulation, in each Regional Office, Early Childhood Regulatory Authority, Early Childhood Branch, Early Childhood and State Schools Division. Responsibilities include: Consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. This may be carried out through monitoring, investigations and assessment of applications and notifications, as required. Conduct assessment and rating of education and care services across Queensland. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes. About You The successful applicant will have the following qualities: Experience as a regulator or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge of regulating the ECEC sector; Experience in conducting assessment and rating or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge and complete training in conducting assessment and rating; Ability to analyse evidence and create analysis; Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing; Ability to prioritise and complete projects and tasks efficiently; Decision-making skills; Ability to manage risk and prioritise the work; and Ability to work collaboratively with a range of different stakeholders. Instructions to apply: Attach a maximum 2-page resume (11 font only) listing two referees, one of whom is your current supervisor. Attach a maximum 2-page response to the following questions: The Department of Education takes a risk-based approach to regulating early childhood education and care services, as explained in Regulating for Quality. Please explain your understanding of regulatory activities as outlined in this document. Can you outline how you have prepared for this application and for the role as a Regulatory Officer? Why are you drawn to this role? How have you used your interpersonal skills to communicate effectively, resolving a complex issue? We welcome all applicants to share any support needed to ensure our recruitment process is inclusive. Applications remain current for 12 months from the closing date and may be considered for appointment to identical or similar vacancies within the Department. Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted. When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services. Salary rate shown is reflective of full-time (1.0 FTE). The Department of Education is a family inclusive workplace. Click here to find out more about our Inclusion and Diversity strategies. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. For a full list of the position responsibilities and mandatory requirements, please ensure you download the attached role description and candidate information fact sheet and follow the instructions. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. CO569322_24P Role Description (PDF, 242KB) Role Description Candidate Information Fact Sheet (PDF, 728KB) Information Package for Applicants • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Regulatory Officer - Early Childhood Regulatory Authority » Central West Area, Central QLD Region - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO5 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City,Brisbane - North,Brisbane - South,Brisbane - East,Brisbane - West,Cairns region,Central West Qld,Darling Downs - Maranoa,Far North Qld,Flexible,Gold Coast,Ipswich region,Logan - Beaudesert,Mackay region,Moreton Bay - North,Moreton Bay - South,North West Qld,Rockhampton region,South West Qld,Sunshine Coast,Toowoomba region,Townsville region,Wide Bay Job ad reference QLD/CO569322/24P Closing date 18-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Mark Jeffery Contact details (07) 3328 6741 Access the National Relay Service About the Department of Education: The Department of Education (DoE) sets the foundations for quality early learning experiences and delivers world class education services. The department also hosts the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority which is responsible for regulating early childhood education and care services. Your Role: Support the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority by consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, Central Office Teams and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes. The Regulatory Officer reports to the Manager, Regulation, in each Regional Office, Early Childhood Regulatory Authority, Early Childhood Branch, Early Childhood and State Schools Division. Responsibilities include: Consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. This may be carried out through monitoring, investigations and assessment of applications and notifications, as required. Conduct assessment and rating of education and care services across Queensland. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes. About You The successful applicant will have the following qualities: Experience as a regulator or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge of regulating the ECEC sector; Experience in conducting assessment and rating or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge and complete training in conducting assessment and rating; Ability to analyse evidence and create analysis; Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing; Ability to prioritise and complete projects and tasks efficiently; Decision-making skills; Ability to manage risk and prioritise the work; and Ability to work collaboratively with a range of different stakeholders. Instructions to apply: Attach a maximum 2-page resume (11 font only) listing two referees, one of whom is your current supervisor. Attach a maximum 2-page response to the following questions: The Department of Education takes a risk-based approach to regulating early childhood education and care services, as explained in Regulating for Quality. Please explain your understanding of regulatory activities as outlined in this document. Can you outline how you have prepared for this application and for the role as a Regulatory Officer? Why are you drawn to this role? How have you used your interpersonal skills to communicate effectively, resolving a complex issue? We welcome all applicants to share any support needed to ensure our recruitment process is inclusive. Applications remain current for 12 months from the closing date and may be considered for appointment to identical or similar vacancies within the Department. Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted. When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services. Salary rate shown is reflective of full-time (1.0 FTE). The Department of Education is a family inclusive workplace. Click here to find out more about our Inclusion and Diversity strategies. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. For a full list of the position responsibilities and mandatory requirements, please ensure you download the attached role description and candidate information fact sheet and follow the instructions. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. CO569322_24P Role Description (PDF, 242KB) Role Description Candidate Information Fact Sheet (PDF, 728KB) Information Package for Applicants • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Regulatory Officer - Early Childhood Regulatory Authority » Toowoomba Region, Queensland - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO5 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City,Brisbane - North,Brisbane - South,Brisbane - East,Brisbane - West,Cairns region,Central West Qld,Darling Downs - Maranoa,Far North Qld,Flexible,Gold Coast,Ipswich region,Logan - Beaudesert,Mackay region,Moreton Bay - North,Moreton Bay - South,North West Qld,Rockhampton region,South West Qld,Sunshine Coast,Toowoomba region,Townsville region,Wide Bay Job ad reference QLD/CO569322/24P Closing date 18-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Mark Jeffery Contact details (07) 3328 6741 Access the National Relay Service About the Department of Education: The Department of Education (DoE) sets the foundations for quality early learning experiences and delivers world class education services. The department also hosts the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority which is responsible for regulating early childhood education and care services. Your Role: Support the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority by consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, Central Office Teams and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes. The Regulatory Officer reports to the Manager, Regulation, in each Regional Office, Early Childhood Regulatory Authority, Early Childhood Branch, Early Childhood and State Schools Division. Responsibilities include: Consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. This may be carried out through monitoring, investigations and assessment of applications and notifications, as required. Conduct assessment and rating of education and care services across Queensland. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes. About You The successful applicant will have the following qualities: Experience as a regulator or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge of regulating the ECEC sector; Experience in conducting assessment and rating or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge and complete training in conducting assessment and rating; Ability to analyse evidence and create analysis; Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing; Ability to prioritise and complete projects and tasks efficiently; Decision-making skills; Ability to manage risk and prioritise the work; and Ability to work collaboratively with a range of different stakeholders. Instructions to apply: Attach a maximum 2-page resume (11 font only) listing two referees, one of whom is your current supervisor. Attach a maximum 2-page response to the following questions: The Department of Education takes a risk-based approach to regulating early childhood education and care services, as explained in Regulating for Quality. Please explain your understanding of regulatory activities as outlined in this document. Can you outline how you have prepared for this application and for the role as a Regulatory Officer? Why are you drawn to this role? How have you used your interpersonal skills to communicate effectively, resolving a complex issue? We welcome all applicants to share any support needed to ensure our recruitment process is inclusive. Applications remain current for 12 months from the closing date and may be considered for appointment to identical or similar vacancies within the Department. Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted. When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services. Salary rate shown is reflective of full-time (1.0 FTE). The Department of Education is a family inclusive workplace. Click here to find out more about our Inclusion and Diversity strategies. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. For a full list of the position responsibilities and mandatory requirements, please ensure you download the attached role description and candidate information fact sheet and follow the instructions. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. CO569322_24P Role Description (PDF, 242KB) Role Description Candidate Information Fact Sheet (PDF, 728KB) Information Package for Applicants • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government

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Regulatory Officer - Early Childhood Regulatory Authority » Townsville Region, Queensland - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO5 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City,Brisbane - North,Brisbane - South,Brisbane - East,Brisbane - West,Cairns region,Central West Qld,Darling Downs - Maranoa,Far North Qld,Flexible,Gold Coast,Ipswich region,Logan - Beaudesert,Mackay region,Moreton Bay - North,Moreton Bay - South,North West Qld,Rockhampton region,South West Qld,Sunshine Coast,Toowoomba region,Townsville region,Wide Bay Job ad reference QLD/CO569322/24P Closing date 18-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Mark Jeffery Contact details (07) 3328 6741 Access the National Relay Service About the Department of Education: The Department of Education (DoE) sets the foundations for quality early learning experiences and delivers world class education services. The department also hosts the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority which is responsible for regulating early childhood education and care services. Your Role: Support the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority by consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, Central Office Teams and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes. The Regulatory Officer reports to the Manager, Regulation, in each Regional Office, Early Childhood Regulatory Authority, Early Childhood Branch, Early Childhood and State Schools Division. Responsibilities include: Consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. This may be carried out through monitoring, investigations and assessment of applications and notifications, as required. Conduct assessment and rating of education and care services across Queensland. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes. About You The successful applicant will have the following qualities: Experience as a regulator or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge of regulating the ECEC sector; Experience in conducting assessment and rating or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge and complete training in conducting assessment and rating; Ability to analyse evidence and create analysis; Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing; Ability to prioritise and complete projects and tasks efficiently; Decision-making skills; Ability to manage risk and prioritise the work; and Ability to work collaboratively with a range of different stakeholders. Instructions to apply: Attach a maximum 2-page resume (11 font only) listing two referees, one of whom is your current supervisor. Attach a maximum 2-page response to the following questions: The Department of Education takes a risk-based approach to regulating early childhood education and care services, as explained in Regulating for Quality. Please explain your understanding of regulatory activities as outlined in this document. Can you outline how you have prepared for this application and for the role as a Regulatory Officer? Why are you drawn to this role? How have you used your interpersonal skills to communicate effectively, resolving a complex issue? We welcome all applicants to share any support needed to ensure our recruitment process is inclusive. Applications remain current for 12 months from the closing date and may be considered for appointment to identical or similar vacancies within the Department. Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted. When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services. Salary rate shown is reflective of full-time (1.0 FTE). The Department of Education is a family inclusive workplace. Click here to find out more about our Inclusion and Diversity strategies. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. For a full list of the position responsibilities and mandatory requirements, please ensure you download the attached role description and candidate information fact sheet and follow the instructions. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. CO569322_24P Role Description (PDF, 242KB) Role Description Candidate Information Fact Sheet (PDF, 728KB) Information Package for Applicants • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Regulatory Officer - Early Childhood Regulatory Authority » Manoora, Cairns - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO5 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City,Brisbane - North,Brisbane - South,Brisbane - East,Brisbane - West,Cairns region,Central West Qld,Darling Downs - Maranoa,Far North Qld,Flexible,Gold Coast,Ipswich region,Logan - Beaudesert,Mackay region,Moreton Bay - North,Moreton Bay - South,North West Qld,Rockhampton region,South West Qld,Sunshine Coast,Toowoomba region,Townsville region,Wide Bay Job ad reference QLD/CO569322/24P Closing date 18-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Mark Jeffery Contact details (07) 3328 6741 Access the National Relay Service About the Department of Education: The Department of Education (DoE) sets the foundations for quality early learning experiences and delivers world class education services. The department also hosts the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority which is responsible for regulating early childhood education and care services. Your Role: Support the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority by consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, Central Office Teams and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes. The Regulatory Officer reports to the Manager, Regulation, in each Regional Office, Early Childhood Regulatory Authority, Early Childhood Branch, Early Childhood and State Schools Division. Responsibilities include: Consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. This may be carried out through monitoring, investigations and assessment of applications and notifications, as required. Conduct assessment and rating of education and care services across Queensland. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes. About You The successful applicant will have the following qualities: Experience as a regulator or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge of regulating the ECEC sector; Experience in conducting assessment and rating or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge and complete training in conducting assessment and rating; Ability to analyse evidence and create analysis; Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing; Ability to prioritise and complete projects and tasks efficiently; Decision-making skills; Ability to manage risk and prioritise the work; and Ability to work collaboratively with a range of different stakeholders. Instructions to apply: Attach a maximum 2-page resume (11 font only) listing two referees, one of whom is your current supervisor. Attach a maximum 2-page response to the following questions: The Department of Education takes a risk-based approach to regulating early childhood education and care services, as explained in Regulating for Quality. Please explain your understanding of regulatory activities as outlined in this document. Can you outline how you have prepared for this application and for the role as a Regulatory Officer? Why are you drawn to this role? How have you used your interpersonal skills to communicate effectively, resolving a complex issue? We welcome all applicants to share any support needed to ensure our recruitment process is inclusive. Applications remain current for 12 months from the closing date and may be considered for appointment to identical or similar vacancies within the Department. Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted. When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services. Salary rate shown is reflective of full-time (1.0 FTE). The Department of Education is a family inclusive workplace. Click here to find out more about our Inclusion and Diversity strategies. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. For a full list of the position responsibilities and mandatory requirements, please ensure you download the attached role description and candidate information fact sheet and follow the instructions. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. CO569322_24P Role Description (PDF, 242KB) Role Description Candidate Information Fact Sheet (PDF, 728KB) Information Package for Applicants • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Regulatory Officer - Early Childhood Regulatory Authority » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO5 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City,Brisbane - North,Brisbane - South,Brisbane - East,Brisbane - West,Cairns region,Central West Qld,Darling Downs - Maranoa,Far North Qld,Flexible,Gold Coast,Ipswich region,Logan - Beaudesert,Mackay region,Moreton Bay - North,Moreton Bay - South,North West Qld,Rockhampton region,South West Qld,Sunshine Coast,Toowoomba region,Townsville region,Wide Bay Job ad reference QLD/CO569322/24P Closing date 18-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Mark Jeffery Contact details (07) 3328 6741 Access the National Relay Service About the Department of Education: The Department of Education (DoE) sets the foundations for quality early learning experiences and delivers world class education services. The department also hosts the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority which is responsible for regulating early childhood education and care services. Your Role: Support the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority by consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, Central Office Teams and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes. The Regulatory Officer reports to the Manager, Regulation, in each Regional Office, Early Childhood Regulatory Authority, Early Childhood Branch, Early Childhood and State Schools Division. Responsibilities include: Consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. This may be carried out through monitoring, investigations and assessment of applications and notifications, as required. Conduct assessment and rating of education and care services across Queensland. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes. About You The successful applicant will have the following qualities: Experience as a regulator or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge of regulating the ECEC sector; Experience in conducting assessment and rating or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge and complete training in conducting assessment and rating; Ability to analyse evidence and create analysis; Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing; Ability to prioritise and complete projects and tasks efficiently; Decision-making skills; Ability to manage risk and prioritise the work; and Ability to work collaboratively with a range of different stakeholders. Instructions to apply: Attach a maximum 2-page resume (11 font only) listing two referees, one of whom is your current supervisor. Attach a maximum 2-page response to the following questions: The Department of Education takes a risk-based approach to regulating early childhood education and care services, as explained in Regulating for Quality. Please explain your understanding of regulatory activities as outlined in this document. Can you outline how you have prepared for this application and for the role as a Regulatory Officer? Why are you drawn to this role? How have you used your interpersonal skills to communicate effectively, resolving a complex issue? We welcome all applicants to share any support needed to ensure our recruitment process is inclusive. Applications remain current for 12 months from the closing date and may be considered for appointment to identical or similar vacancies within the Department. Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted. When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services. Salary rate shown is reflective of full-time (1.0 FTE). The Department of Education is a family inclusive workplace. Click here to find out more about our Inclusion and Diversity strategies. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. For a full list of the position responsibilities and mandatory requirements, please ensure you download the attached role description and candidate information fact sheet and follow the instructions. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. CO569322_24P Role Description (PDF, 242KB) Role Description Candidate Information Fact Sheet (PDF, 728KB) Information Package for Applicants • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Regulatory Officer - Early Childhood Regulatory Authority » Hervey Bay Region, Queensland - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO5 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City,Brisbane - North,Brisbane - South,Brisbane - East,Brisbane - West,Cairns region,Central West Qld,Darling Downs - Maranoa,Far North Qld,Flexible,Gold Coast,Ipswich region,Logan - Beaudesert,Mackay region,Moreton Bay - North,Moreton Bay - South,North West Qld,Rockhampton region,South West Qld,Sunshine Coast,Toowoomba region,Townsville region,Wide Bay Job ad reference QLD/CO569322/24P Closing date 18-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Mark Jeffery Contact details (07) 3328 6741 Access the National Relay Service About the Department of Education: The Department of Education (DoE) sets the foundations for quality early learning experiences and delivers world class education services. The department also hosts the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority which is responsible for regulating early childhood education and care services. Your Role: Support the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority by consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, Central Office Teams and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes. The Regulatory Officer reports to the Manager, Regulation, in each Regional Office, Early Childhood Regulatory Authority, Early Childhood Branch, Early Childhood and State Schools Division. Responsibilities include: Consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. This may be carried out through monitoring, investigations and assessment of applications and notifications, as required. Conduct assessment and rating of education and care services across Queensland. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes. About You The successful applicant will have the following qualities: Experience as a regulator or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge of regulating the ECEC sector; Experience in conducting assessment and rating or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge and complete training in conducting assessment and rating; Ability to analyse evidence and create analysis; Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing; Ability to prioritise and complete projects and tasks efficiently; Decision-making skills; Ability to manage risk and prioritise the work; and Ability to work collaboratively with a range of different stakeholders. Instructions to apply: Attach a maximum 2-page resume (11 font only) listing two referees, one of whom is your current supervisor. Attach a maximum 2-page response to the following questions: The Department of Education takes a risk-based approach to regulating early childhood education and care services, as explained in Regulating for Quality. Please explain your understanding of regulatory activities as outlined in this document. Can you outline how you have prepared for this application and for the role as a Regulatory Officer? Why are you drawn to this role? How have you used your interpersonal skills to communicate effectively, resolving a complex issue? We welcome all applicants to share any support needed to ensure our recruitment process is inclusive. Applications remain current for 12 months from the closing date and may be considered for appointment to identical or similar vacancies within the Department. Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted. When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services. Salary rate shown is reflective of full-time (1.0 FTE). The Department of Education is a family inclusive workplace. Click here to find out more about our Inclusion and Diversity strategies. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. For a full list of the position responsibilities and mandatory requirements, please ensure you download the attached role description and candidate information fact sheet and follow the instructions. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. CO569322_24P Role Description (PDF, 242KB) Role Description Candidate Information Fact Sheet (PDF, 728KB) Information Package for Applicants • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Regulatory Officer - Early Childhood Regulatory Authority » West Ipswich, Ipswich - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO5 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City,Brisbane - North,Brisbane - South,Brisbane - East,Brisbane - West,Cairns region,Central West Qld,Darling Downs - Maranoa,Far North Qld,Flexible,Gold Coast,Ipswich region,Logan - Beaudesert,Mackay region,Moreton Bay - North,Moreton Bay - South,North West Qld,Rockhampton region,South West Qld,Sunshine Coast,Toowoomba region,Townsville region,Wide Bay Job ad reference QLD/CO569322/24P Closing date 18-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Mark Jeffery Contact details (07) 3328 6741 Access the National Relay Service About the Department of Education: The Department of Education (DoE) sets the foundations for quality early learning experiences and delivers world class education services. The department also hosts the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority which is responsible for regulating early childhood education and care services. Your Role: Support the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority by consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, Central Office Teams and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes. The Regulatory Officer reports to the Manager, Regulation, in each Regional Office, Early Childhood Regulatory Authority, Early Childhood Branch, Early Childhood and State Schools Division. Responsibilities include: Consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. This may be carried out through monitoring, investigations and assessment of applications and notifications, as required. Conduct assessment and rating of education and care services across Queensland. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes. About You The successful applicant will have the following qualities: Experience as a regulator or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge of regulating the ECEC sector; Experience in conducting assessment and rating or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge and complete training in conducting assessment and rating; Ability to analyse evidence and create analysis; Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing; Ability to prioritise and complete projects and tasks efficiently; Decision-making skills; Ability to manage risk and prioritise the work; and Ability to work collaboratively with a range of different stakeholders. Instructions to apply: Attach a maximum 2-page resume (11 font only) listing two referees, one of whom is your current supervisor. Attach a maximum 2-page response to the following questions: The Department of Education takes a risk-based approach to regulating early childhood education and care services, as explained in Regulating for Quality. Please explain your understanding of regulatory activities as outlined in this document. Can you outline how you have prepared for this application and for the role as a Regulatory Officer? Why are you drawn to this role? How have you used your interpersonal skills to communicate effectively, resolving a complex issue? We welcome all applicants to share any support needed to ensure our recruitment process is inclusive. Applications remain current for 12 months from the closing date and may be considered for appointment to identical or similar vacancies within the Department. Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted. When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services. Salary rate shown is reflective of full-time (1.0 FTE). The Department of Education is a family inclusive workplace. Click here to find out more about our Inclusion and Diversity strategies. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. For a full list of the position responsibilities and mandatory requirements, please ensure you download the attached role description and candidate information fact sheet and follow the instructions. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. CO569322_24P Role Description (PDF, 242KB) Role Description Candidate Information Fact Sheet (PDF, 728KB) Information Package for Applicants • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Senior Regulatory Officer - Early Childhood Regulatory Authority » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO6 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/CO569908/24T Closing date 19-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Until 30 June 2025 unless otherwise determined Contact person Michelle Chalmers Contact details (07) 3034 4390 Access the National Relay Service About the Department of Education: The Department of Education (DoE) sets the foundations for quality early learning experiences and delivers world class education services. The department also hosts the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority which is responsible for regulating early childhood education and care services. Your Role: Support the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority by consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes. The Senior Regulatory Officer reports to the Manager, Regional Operations, Early Childhood Regulatory Authority, Early Childhood Branch, Early Childhood and State Schools Division. Responsibilities include: Consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. Conduct assessment and rating of education and care services across Queensland. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes About You: The successful applicant will have the following qualities: Experience as a regulator or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge of regulating the ECEC sector; Experience in conducting assessment and rating or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge and complete training in conducting assessment and rating; ability to prioritise and complete projects and tasks efficiently; decision-making skills; the ability to manage risk and prioritise the work; the ability to work collaboratively with a range of different stakeholders. Mandatory requirements: Blue Card Please refer to the attached role description for any mandatory requirements for this position. Interested? To Apply: No more than 2-page resume (11 font only) listing two referees, one of whom is your current supervisor. Attach a maximum 2-page response outlining your skills and abilities relevant to the role and why you are interested in and applying for the role. Please use the 'Competencies - How you may be assessed' section as a guide and refer to outlined leadership competencies. We welcome all applicants to share any support needed to ensure our recruitment process is inclusive. Applications remain current for 12 months from the closing date and may be considered for appointment to identical or similar vacancies within the Department. Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted. When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services. Salary rate shown is reflective of full-time (1.0 FTE). The Department of Education is a family inclusive workplace. Click here to find out more about our Inclusion and Diversity strategies. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. For a full list of the position responsibilities and mandatory requirements, please ensure you download the attached role description and candidate information fact sheet and follow the instructions. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. CO569908_24T - Role Description (PDF, 241KB) Role Description Candidate Information Fact Sheet (PDF, 728KB) Information Package for Applicants • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Regulatory Officer - Early Childhood Regulatory Authority » Cairns Region, Queensland - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO5 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City,Brisbane - North,Brisbane - South,Brisbane - East,Brisbane - West,Cairns region,Central West Qld,Darling Downs - Maranoa,Far North Qld,Flexible,Gold Coast,Ipswich region,Logan - Beaudesert,Mackay region,Moreton Bay - North,Moreton Bay - South,North West Qld,Rockhampton region,South West Qld,Sunshine Coast,Toowoomba region,Townsville region,Wide Bay Job ad reference QLD/CO569322/24P Closing date 18-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Mark Jeffery Contact details (07) 3328 6741 Access the National Relay Service About the Department of Education: The Department of Education (DoE) sets the foundations for quality early learning experiences and delivers world class education services. The department also hosts the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority which is responsible for regulating early childhood education and care services. Your Role: Support the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority by consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, Central Office Teams and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes. The Regulatory Officer reports to the Manager, Regulation, in each Regional Office, Early Childhood Regulatory Authority, Early Childhood Branch, Early Childhood and State Schools Division. Responsibilities include: Consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. This may be carried out through monitoring, investigations and assessment of applications and notifications, as required. Conduct assessment and rating of education and care services across Queensland. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes. About You The successful applicant will have the following qualities: Experience as a regulator or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge of regulating the ECEC sector; Experience in conducting assessment and rating or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge and complete training in conducting assessment and rating; Ability to analyse evidence and create analysis; Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing; Ability to prioritise and complete projects and tasks efficiently; Decision-making skills; Ability to manage risk and prioritise the work; and Ability to work collaboratively with a range of different stakeholders. Instructions to apply: Attach a maximum 2-page resume (11 font only) listing two referees, one of whom is your current supervisor. Attach a maximum 2-page response to the following questions: The Department of Education takes a risk-based approach to regulating early childhood education and care services, as explained in Regulating for Quality. Please explain your understanding of regulatory activities as outlined in this document. Can you outline how you have prepared for this application and for the role as a Regulatory Officer? Why are you drawn to this role? How have you used your interpersonal skills to communicate effectively, resolving a complex issue? We welcome all applicants to share any support needed to ensure our recruitment process is inclusive. Applications remain current for 12 months from the closing date and may be considered for appointment to identical or similar vacancies within the Department. Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted. When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services. Salary rate shown is reflective of full-time (1.0 FTE). The Department of Education is a family inclusive workplace. Click here to find out more about our Inclusion and Diversity strategies. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. For a full list of the position responsibilities and mandatory requirements, please ensure you download the attached role description and candidate information fact sheet and follow the instructions. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. CO569322_24P Role Description (PDF, 242KB) Role Description Candidate Information Fact Sheet (PDF, 728KB) Information Package for Applicants • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Regulatory Officer - Early Childhood Regulatory Authority » Australia - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO5 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City,Brisbane - North,Brisbane - South,Brisbane - East,Brisbane - West,Cairns region,Central West Qld,Darling Downs - Maranoa,Far North Qld,Flexible,Gold Coast,Ipswich region,Logan - Beaudesert,Mackay region,Moreton Bay - North,Moreton Bay - South,North West Qld,Rockhampton region,South West Qld,Sunshine Coast,Toowoomba region,Townsville region,Wide Bay Job ad reference QLD/CO569322/24P Closing date 18-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Mark Jeffery Contact details (07) 3328 6741 Access the National Relay Service About the Department of Education: The Department of Education (DoE) sets the foundations for quality early learning experiences and delivers world class education services. The department also hosts the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority which is responsible for regulating early childhood education and care services. Your Role: Support the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority by consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, Central Office Teams and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes. The Regulatory Officer reports to the Manager, Regulation, in each Regional Office, Early Childhood Regulatory Authority, Early Childhood Branch, Early Childhood and State Schools Division. Responsibilities include: Consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. This may be carried out through monitoring, investigations and assessment of applications and notifications, as required. Conduct assessment and rating of education and care services across Queensland. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes. About You The successful applicant will have the following qualities: Experience as a regulator or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge of regulating the ECEC sector; Experience in conducting assessment and rating or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge and complete training in conducting assessment and rating; Ability to analyse evidence and create analysis; Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing; Ability to prioritise and complete projects and tasks efficiently; Decision-making skills; Ability to manage risk and prioritise the work; and Ability to work collaboratively with a range of different stakeholders. Instructions to apply: Attach a maximum 2-page resume (11 font only) listing two referees, one of whom is your current supervisor. Attach a maximum 2-page response to the following questions: The Department of Education takes a risk-based approach to regulating early childhood education and care services, as explained in Regulating for Quality. Please explain your understanding of regulatory activities as outlined in this document. Can you outline how you have prepared for this application and for the role as a Regulatory Officer? Why are you drawn to this role? How have you used your interpersonal skills to communicate effectively, resolving a complex issue? We welcome all applicants to share any support needed to ensure our recruitment process is inclusive. Applications remain current for 12 months from the closing date and may be considered for appointment to identical or similar vacancies within the Department. Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted. When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services. Salary rate shown is reflective of full-time (1.0 FTE). The Department of Education is a family inclusive workplace. Click here to find out more about our Inclusion and Diversity strategies. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. For a full list of the position responsibilities and mandatory requirements, please ensure you download the attached role description and candidate information fact sheet and follow the instructions. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. CO569322_24P Role Description (PDF, 242KB) Role Description Candidate Information Fact Sheet (PDF, 728KB) Information Package for Applicants • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Freelance Book Marketer » Australia - We are seeking talented marketers to join our fast-growing community of top talent in publishing. Reedsy's vetted group of freelancers have worked on a range of widely acclaimed novels, such as The Hunger Games (Suzane Collins), Originals (Adam Grant), and His Dark Materials series (Phillip Pullman). Requirements Our selection requirements are: 3 years of marketing experience. Proven experience marketing at least 5 commercially successful books. Experience with a renowned publishing company, or a history of high-quality work with a bestselling author or book will be positively valued. Benefits There are hundreds of authors currently looking for a marketer on Reedsy. As a marketer, you will be able to specify what marketing services you offer and which book genres you want to work on, so you'll only receive projects that interest you. We are looking for marketers with expertise in marketing strategy, advertising, email strategy and SEO. • Sat, 08 JunReedsy
Freelance Illustrator » Australia - Reedsy is a community of over 1,000,000 authors and freelance publishing professionals, creating high-quality and beautiful books. We help authors to find and work with the top professionals in the industry: from editors to designers, marketers, and translators. Requirements - Have 3 years of experience in illustration. - A solid portfolio Experience working for a renowned publishing company or a history of high-quality work with a bestselling author/book will be positively valued. Benefits There are hundreds of authors currently looking for an illustrator on Reedsy. Reedsy allows you to pick which types of design you'd like to do, so you only receive projects in your area of interest. Once your application has been approved, you will be among the industry's top 1% of talent. Here is a look at our current trends: https://blog.reedsy.com/book-cover-art/ • Sat, 08 JunReedsy
Freelance Book Coach » Australia - We are seeking talented book coaches to join our fast-growing community of top talent in the publishing industry. Reedsy's vetted group of freelancers have worked with bestselling authors like Stephen King, Suzane Collins (The Hunger Games) E.L. James (Fifty Shades of Grey), or Originals (Adam Grant). Requirements Our selection requirements are: 3 years of book coaching experience. Experience working with traditional publishers. Demonstrated experience on at least 5 published books that are well reviewed (and available on Amazon, Google Play or Apple Books). Experience working for a renowned publishing company or a history of high-quality work with a bestselling author/book will be positively valued. Benefits As a Reedsy editor, you can pick which genres you'd like to receive requests for and which works you'd like to edit. You can set your own rates, workload, and working times. • Sat, 08 JunReedsy
Senior Clinical Research Associate » Sydney, NSW - Melbourne, VIC - research providing outsourced services to pharmaceutical, biotech Reference 2024-110843 Expiry date 01/01/0001 Author... Author Salary Location United States Department Clinical Monitoring Location United States Business Area... • Fri, 07 JunICON
Project Manager Sustainable Fishing » Australia - We are seeking a natural resource management or government policy professional, ideally with fisheries policy and management experience, to help us ensure fishing activities in the Marine Park are sustainable; species and habitats are protected; and Great Barrier Reef resilience is supported. The role is part of a small team that leads the Reef Authority's sustainable fishing work. The Project Manager plays a key role in developing strategic advice, preparing Reef Authority positions on emerging issues, and managing projects related to sustainable fishing and species protection. This includes providing high level support and advice through the Assistant Director to the Reef Authority's senior leadership and Board and participating in external forums. This position will work collaboratively across partners and within the Reef Authority, and with a diverse network of stakeholders, including fishing sectors, to support management actions, policies and programs that provide for the long-term protection and conservation of the Great Barrier Reef. The key duties of the position include Support the development and delivery of the Reef Authority's sustainable fishing work including the Reef Authority's contributions to fishing-related forums, policy direction, positioning and initiatives. Provide project management capability to support successful outcomes and delivery in a dynamic strategic environment in compliance with legislative, financial and administrative frameworks, government decision-making processes and agency guidelines and regulations. Coordinate and prepare complex high-quality advice and written material on Marine Park matters (particularly sustainable fisheries, and Reef protection and conservation) - with the Assistant Director, for the Director and senior leadership team, government partners and stakeholders - that is timely, practical, transparent and risk-based. Work collaboratively to deliver policies, manage associated projects and contribute to management solutions that provide for the protection and conservation of the Reef, and ecologically sustainable fishing. Consultation and partnering across governments and with stakeholders on fishing and other matters relevant to the Reef Authority, including representing the Agency as required. Deliver relevant Reef Authority corporate objectives, and actively contribute to the section's work and cross-sectional work and emerging issues as part of a broader team . • Fri, 07 JunAPS
Senior Product Manager, Authorities » The Rocks, Sydney - You're an accomplished Senior Product Manager, driven to deliver exceptional outcomes for our customers You're passionate about improving customer experiences and outcomes Together we can achieve big goals and empower our customers Do work that matters Retail Banking Services (RBS) is the public face of CommBank, delivering a seamless banking experience for the future, to our 10 million personal and small business customers. Within RBS, Everyday Products is focussed on building innovative and value creating everyday products for all Australians. Reporting to the Chapter Lead, this Senior Manager will play a key role in the Everyday Products crew, ensuring better customer outcomes and processes for Financial Management Orders, Powers of Attorney, Third Party and Youth Authorities across RBS products and distribution channels. This role is critical to improving customer experiences while also reducing risk. As a member of the Seamless Estates and Secure Authorities squad, you will support the Product Owner in developing & executing major initiatives to deliver against our business priorities. More specifically, you will: Develop, implement and embed strategies for driving both Net Promotor Score (NPS) outcomes and sustainable growth of everyday transaction account products Be responsible for continued monitoring and proactive improvements of the product risk and control environment Proactively identify, understand and manage risks across the business Identify opportunities to simplify and improve processes, supported by a deep understanding of origination and in-life experiences across the value chain Lead and execute change in partnership with delivery teams and a wide range of stakeholders, to continuously improve our product offerings and processes Understand the voice of the customer, be across and pre-empt impact of macro, micro and product landscapes We want to hear from people who have: Strong communication skills Sound experience in delivering process improvement or delivering change Strong problem solving ability, with background relating to non-financial risk management Strong self-awareness and contributor to team success Excellent stakeholder engagement and relationship building skills across a range of stakeholder groups Knowledge of operational risk and compliance frameworks Awareness of key legislation and regulations impacting financial services is an advantage Risk Mindset - proactively identify and understand, openly discuss and act on current and future risks. If you're already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest, x15ventures), you'll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We're keen to support you with the next step in your career. We're aware of some accessibility issues on this site, particularly for screen reader users. We want to make finding your dream job as easy as possible, so if you require additional support please contact HR Direct on 1800 989 696. Advertising End Date: 13/06/2024 • Fri, 07 JunCommonwealth Bank
Content Author » The Rocks, Sydney - At AKQA, our Project Management Office sets the approach and standard for project delivery and governance, ensuring that clients maximise their return on investment. Responsible for team performance, they provide team members with the tools, support and training essential to delivering the most effective result possible. As the Content Author you will be responsible for managing and deploying the content for client CMS platforms. Your role will involve hands-on data entry, formatting supplied content, uploading media, configuring widgets, publishing content and developing a deep understanding of AKQA's CMS systems. At AKQA Sydney, you will work in an innovative and inclusive culture, surrounded by some of the brightest minds in their fields. You'll also have the opportunity to learn and grow within a creative and technically advanced team and have access to ongoing personal and professional development. At AKQA, we are committed to both your career growth and your work/life balance. ROLE REQUIREMENTS Ensures the quality of work being produced is of the absolute highest standard. Follows designed processes and protocols. Ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines. Collaborate with other team including producers, designers and developers, to ensure content aligns with brand voice and messaging. Meets deadlines of assigned projects and tasks. Proactively communicates progress to the producer and/or project manager. Manage deadline to ensure timely publication of content and highlight any deadlines or resourcing issues when they arise. Edit and proofread content for accuracy and quality. QUALITIES AND CHARACTERISTICS Inspire innovation and creative thinking to deliver results. Foster a culture of proactivity, passion and energy for clients, businesses and projects. Embrace a culture of continuous improvement, supporting diversity and inclusion. Highly organised, adaptable, self-motivated, and able to solve problems. AKQA is an Equal Opportunities Employer, we believe that diversity is vital to AKQA's ability to provide our clients with the best recommendations and are committed to fostering a varied and inclusive work environment. Your race, colour, ancestry, religion, gender, gender identity, national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability or veteran status have no bearing on our hiring decisions. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know. Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Indigenous people are encouraged to apply for this role. • Fri, 07 JunAKQA
Content Author » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - At AKQA, our Project Management Office sets the approach and standard for project delivery and governance, ensuring that clients maximise their return on investment. Responsible for team performance, they provide team members with the tools, support and training essential to delivering the most effective result possible. As the Content Author you will be responsible for managing and deploying the content for client CMS platforms. Your role will involve hands-on data entry, formatting supplied content, uploading media, configuring widgets, publishing content and developing a deep understanding of AKQA's CMS systems. At AKQA Melbourne, you will work in an innovative and inclusive culture, surrounded by some of the brightest minds in their fields. You'll also have the opportunity to learn and grow within a creative and technically advanced team and have access to ongoing personal and professional development. At AKQA, we are committed to both your career growth and your work/life balance. ROLE REQUIREMENTS Ensures the quality of work being produced is of the absolute highest standard. Follows designed processes and protocols. Ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines. Collaborate with other team including producers, designers and developers, to ensure content aligns with brand voice and messaging. Meets deadlines of assigned projects and tasks. Proactively communicates progress to the producer and/or project manager. Manage deadline to ensure timely publication of content and highlight any deadlines or resourcing issues when they arise. Edit and proofread content for accuracy and quality. QUALITIES AND CHARACTERISTICS Inspire innovation and creative thinking to deliver results. Foster a culture of proactivity, passion and energy for clients, businesses and projects. Embrace a culture of continuous improvement, supporting diversity and inclusion. Highly organised, adaptable, self-motivated, and able to solve problems. AKQA is an Equal Opportunities Employer, we believe that diversity is vital to AKQA's ability to provide our clients with the best recommendations and are committed to fostering a varied and inclusive work environment. Your race, colour, ancestry, religion, gender, gender identity, national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability or veteran status have no bearing on our hiring decisions. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know. Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Indigenous people are encouraged to apply for this role. • Fri, 07 JunWPP PLC
APS6 Test Lead » Canberra, ACT - -to-day test testing team activities and deliverables Author test summary reports necessary as required and reports on the... • Thu, 06 JunRandstad
General Manager, Park Regis Griffin Suites » St Kilda Road Central, Melbourne - Are you looking for a great General Manager opportunity with a global hospitality group, which offers an opportunity like no other? To work for a global brand whose corporate office is based here in Sydney. A strategic goal to deliver 250 new hotels across 10 international brands in the medium to long term. The expansion of the company will take place across the regions of Asia Pacific, Southeast Asia, China, Japan, the Middle East, Europe, and the United States. A supportive and collaborative environment A diverse and inclusive workplace If the answer is "yes" and you have relevant skills to manage a hotel, then we would love to hear from you. About the property Park Regis Griffin Suites is a great hotel located on St Kilda Road in Melbourne Primary Function This role manages all aspects of hotel activities and relationships at Park Regis Griffin Suites, including but not limited to guests, employees, the local community and authorities, suppliers, industry panels and organisations, directors, company's executives, unit owners and the body corporate. The General Manager ensures that this property is managed professionally and achieves and exceeds the budgeted outcome. Accountabilities Hands on General Manager at Park Regis Griffin Suites. Ensure Company standards are understood and upheld. Minimise staff turnover and manage staff development and career planning. Promote and ensure a good working relationship with all hotels in the area. Comply with employment policies and employment legislation. Comply with the company OH&S policies and government regulations. Plan strategies to exceed budgeted revenue and improve cost targets. Streamline operational procedures and control expenditure. Revenue Management Take responsibility for the business performance of the hotel. Develop and implement business plans. Manage the rooms division to maximize occupancy at the best achievable rate. Analyse and develop marketing activities and special promotions in conjunction with the sales department. Participate in local sales activities. Prepare, implement, and monitor budgets. Prepare and submit all reports required within the required timeframe. Cost Control Oversee the preparation of forecasts and rosters. Review payroll cost and evaluate wages to service levels and industry benchmarks. Analyse and adjust operating supply cost. Organize, check and analyse monthly stock takes and report outcome. Follow recognized good practices when ordering and receiving goods. Essential Previous experience as a General Manager Leadership Skills. Experience in RMS will be advantageous, and training will be provided. First Aid is advantageous. Additional Information: You are not required to live on site for this position Knowledge of the local area is an advantage. Knowledge of working with Body Corporates is an advantage. IMPORTANT Due to the high number of applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. • Thu, 06 JunPark Regis Griffin Suites
Colorectal Senior Registrar/Fellow » Brisbane, QLD - and Prof Andrew Stevenson is the lead author for the recently published ALaCaRT trial and a principal investigator in the... • Thu, 06 JunQueensland Government
Environment Protection Authority Liaison Officer Full-time Temporary » Australian Capital Territory, Australia - The Environment Protection Authority (EPA), located within the Environment, Land and Technical Regulation Branch is seeking an Administrative Service Officer Grade Officer 6 to contribute to regulatory functions, environmental analysis and the preparation of technical advice relating to environment protection and water resource management, in particular coordinate and provide advice on planning, leasing, and development matters in relation to the EPAs environmental responsibilities. Access Canberra works across many different regulatory and customer service areas to support the delivery of regulatory reform and red tape reduction, drive government priorities, and implement new initiatives. We use a risk and harm approach to secure regulatory compliance through a broad range of enforcement tools aimed at those not doing the right thing to protect our community. The Environmental Protection Authority sits within Access Canberra and is based out of the Dickson Office Block on Northbourne Avenue, we offer: Interesting and fulfilling work in a unique government environment where you can see the impact you have on the Canberra community. The opportunity to work with passionate, innovative, and experienced leaders who encourage and support you to develop your interests and expertise. A flexible workplace with brand new, state of the art accommodation enabling activity-based work in a fun and creative environment. The Office of the EPA consists of three teams. This position is within the Environmental Quality Team. The team comprises specialists in a range of environmental protection matters including environmental planning, air quality, hazardous materials contaminated site and waste management and the use of agricultural, veterinary, and industrial chemicals. The Environmental Quality team is responsible for administering and ensuring compliance with the Environment Protection Act and Regulation, focusing on environmental authorisations, reviews, planning referrals and inspections to deter people causing negative impacts on the environment. Team members participate in local and national initiatives and working groups related to their areas of expertise and implement National Environmental Protection Measures and National Environmental Management Plans within the Territory. The ACT Public Service supports workforce diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability, culturally diverse people and those who identify as LGBTIQ are encouraged to apply. Eligibility/Other requirements: Mandatory Current ACT or equivalent driver’s licence. Desirable Experience in an environmental planning function or environmental protection role. Notes : This is a temporary position available immediately for a period of six months. A merit pool will be established from this selection process and may be used to fill future identical vacancies over the next 12 months. Selection may be based on application only. This position is in a workplace designed for activity-based working (ABW). Under ABW arrangements, officers do not have a designated workstation/desk. A mix of working from home and office-based work is expected for this position. A suitable office space at home is highly desirable, along with capacity to work in the Dickson Office Building as needed for meetings and other face-to-face work. Most staff are present in the office two to three days per week. How to Apply: Applicants should submit a supporting statement of no more than THREE pages addressing Professional / Technical Skills and Knowledge in the attached Selection Criteria, along with details of two referees and a current curriculum vitae. Applications should be submitted via the Apply Now button below. LI-DNI Note This is a temporary position available immediately for a period of six months. • Thu, 06 JunACT Government
Secretary - Transactional Practice Group » Australia - , according to task, author and the Firm’s requirements What we're looking for - Our ideal candidate would have: Previous experience... • Thu, 06 JunBaker McKenzie
Senior Regulatory Officer - Early Childhood Regulatory Authority » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - About the Department of Education: The Department of Education (DoE) sets the foundations for quality early learning experiences and delivers world class education services. The department also hosts the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority which is responsible for regulating early childhood education and care services. Your Role: Support the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority by consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes. The Senior Regulatory Officer reports to the Manager, Regional Operations, Early Childhood Regulatory Authority, Early Childhood Branch, Early Childhood and State Schools Division. Responsibilities include: Consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. Conduct assessment and rating of education and care services across Queensland. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes About You: The successful applicant will have the following qualities: Experience as a regulator or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge of regulating the ECEC sector; Experience in conducting assessment and rating or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge and complete training in conducting assessment and rating; ability to prioritise and complete projects and tasks efficiently; decision-making skills; the ability to manage risk and prioritise the work; the ability to work collaboratively with a range of different stakeholders. Mandatory requirements: Blue Card Please refer to the attached role description for any mandatory requirements for this position. Interested? To Apply: No more than 2-page resume (11 font only) listing two referees, one of whom is your current supervisor. Attach a maximum 2-page response outlining your skills and abilities relevant to the role and why you are interested in and applying for the role. Please use the 'Competencies - How you may be assessed' section as a guide and refer to outlined leadership competencies. We welcome all applicants to share any support needed to ensure our recruitment process is inclusive. Applications remain current for 12 months from the closing date and may be considered for appointment to identical or similar vacancies within the Department. Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted. When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services. Salary rate shown is reflective of full-time (1.0 FTE). The Department of Education is a family inclusive workplace. Click here to find out more about our Inclusion and Diversity strategies. • Thu, 06 JunQueensland Government
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Multimedia Specialist/Marketing Specialist » New South Wales, Australia - MULTIMEDIA SPECIALIST About Us As a leading provider of IT infrastructure solutions, dedicated to delivering cutting-edge technology solutions to businesses across various industries. We continue to expand our digital presence and seek a talented full-time Multimedia Specialist to join our team in vibrant Melbourne, Australia. Key Responsibilities Consult with customers to understand their expectations and needs. Provide technical advice and a proposal outlining job scope, timeframes, and pricing. Design products using drawings, sketches, models, or written instructions. Use computer-based design software including Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, After Effects, Dreamweaver, and Animate CC, as well as Apple Final Cut Pro X and Avid. Collaborate with specialists such as writers, animators, artists, film-makers, video producers, programmers, and sound engineers to incorporate their work into the final product. Author files into a single program using HTML or 'object-oriented' programming languages like Java or C++. Test and adjust final programs Create and present finished designs to clients Coordinate with account managers and technical staff to ensure clearance and copyright Follow company policy for producing and archiving product documentation, reports, and recommendations Obtain customer approval Discuss product or website upgrades with client Guide inexperienced designers Supervise design team members. Qualification Bachelor's degree in marketing or a related field Previous experience in a similar role. Direct experience using social media scheduling and management tools Experience with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, Powerpoint) Experience with Adobe Creative Cloud (Photoshop, Premier Pro) or equivalent digital media editing tools a plus MARKETING SPECIALIST About Us As a leading provider of IT infrastructure solutions, dedicated to delivering cutting-edge technology solutions to businesses across various industries. We continue to expand our digital presence and seek a talented full-time Multimedia Specialist to join our team in vibrant Melbourne, Australia. Key Responsibilities Create and implement marketing strategy and projects for both new and existing services and products. Manage and organize all sales, marketing, advertising, and promotions for items. Analyze potential customers, service suppliers and consumers. Research on current market circumstances and competitor information. Analyze the success of advertising online and new media efforts, including e-newsletters, promotional materials, and brochures. Maintain strong relationships with consumers, particularly the major customers. Advise on pricing, advertising, and sales promotion; suggest new marketing methods. Analyze and report on marketing performance; provide recommendations for improvements and additional services. Provide the Director with sufficient information to enable efficient budgetary control over specific areas of activities. Qualification Bachelor's in Marketing, Business, or related field Previous experience in a similar role. Strong technical skills & experience with marketing tools (HubSpot, Adobe CC, Google Analytics, PPC, social media advertising). Excellent communication & collaboration skills • Wed, 05 Junauslabourbank
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Design Authority / Engineering Manager - Defence Shipbuilding » Perth Region, Western Australia - Candidates can come from a civil or structural background and flexible on previous project experience for the right candidate. Great opportunity to with a well renowned, growing and established firm Fantastic company culture with excellent career progression Landmark projects, variety of work and flexible working environment Candidates can come from a civil or structural background and flexible on previous project experience for the right candidate. Our client is a leader in providing services to the maritime, military and resource sectors. Due to continued growth, they are now seeking an experienced Design Authority Specialist to join their professional team in their Perth office. As a Design Authority professional you will be the technical leader that plays a pivotal role in ensuring the integrity, compliance, and effectiveness of the design solutions within our clients defence shipbuilding design project. Responsible for overseeing all aspects of design, the Design Authority collaborates closely with multidisciplinary teams, stakeholders, and regulatory bodies to deliver solutions that meet operational requirements, adhere to industry standards, and align with project objectives. The Whole of Ship Design Authority is responsible for the integrity of the design to the contracted requirements, ensuring the design decision impacts are understood, decisions are per the technical delegations within the Contract and decisions are documented. The successful candidate will not need to be a specialist in all areas of ship design but must some understanding of all parts of design that make up a defence ship build. Years of experience: 10 years Duties include but not limited to: Examine customer requirements and lead the development, review, and approval of designs, ensuring compliance with contractual, regulatory, and technical requirements. Provide Whole of Ship Design Authority for the Project, in line with the Clear accountability in Design Principles. Provide Technical Authorisation and delegation to suitably qualified and experienced personnel within the Project scope. Provide, collate and document expert guidance on naval architecture, marine engineering, systems integration, and related disciplines to support design decisions and resolve complex technical challenges. Identify, assess, and mitigate design risks to safeguard project timelines, budget, and quality objectives. Primary technical contact with external stakeholders, including naval authorities, classification societies, subcontractors, and vendors, to address design-related inquiries, resolve issues, and foster collaborative relationships. Establish and maintain design assurance processes, procedures, and standards to uphold the quality and reliability of deliverables throughout the design lifecycle. Evaluate proposed design changes, assess their impact on project scope, schedule, and cost, and facilitate their implementation in accordance with change control procedures. Ensure accurate and comprehensive documentation of design decisions, rationale, and specifications to facilitate traceability, transparency, and knowledge transfer. Provide design and progress reports as required by project governance. Provide leadership and coordination in the areas of design. Mentoring Junior members of the team and developing engineers. Manage defence client interfaces and client relationships. Skills & Experience: Relevant Tertiary qualifications 10 years proven experience in a senior design role and considered expert within the defence or maritime industry, ideally on shipbuilding projects Superior knowledge of regulations, standards, and best practices governing naval vessel design and construction. Experience in Defence contracting, understanding of military and government project documentation standards. Strong analytical, problem-solving, and decision-making skills, with the ability to balance technical, operational, and commercial considerations. Excellent communication, interpersonal, and leadership abilities, with a track record of effectively engaging stakeholders and leading multidisciplinary teams. Familiarity with design software, simulation tools, and project management methodologies commonly used in shipbuilding environments. Proficient in Microsoft Office software Proactive manner demonstrating strong commercial aptitude and interpersonal skills. Capable to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions, identify work priorities in a constantly changing environment. Ideally will have: Proven experience in a Design Authority role or technical delegation within the defence or maritime industry, with a focus on shipbuilding Professional certifications or memberships in relevant professional bodies (e.g. Chartered Engineer status, membership in the Royal Institution of Naval Architects) preferred. Formal training in leadership, organisational change management and behaviour. Ability to develop system documents, process standards, and high-level reporting. Anticipate future commercial need for design and confidently propose it to the business. This is a permanent full-time position providing a great opportunity to work with an established organisation who offer challenging work. If you have the skills and experience that we are looking for, click “Apply” to submit your resume or contact Lisa Naughton via email on lisa.naughtonamida-recruit.com.au or 0450 302 738 or Sam Barnes via email on sam.barnesamida-recruit.com.au or 0429 306 688 for further information. • Wed, 05 JunAmida Recruitment
Design Authority / Senior Naval Architect - Defence Shipbuilding » Perth Region, Western Australia - Candidates can come from a civil or structural background and flexible on previous project experience for the right candidate. Great opportunity to with a well renowned, growing and established firm Fantastic company culture with excellent career progression Landmark projects, variety of work and flexible working environment Candidates can come from a civil or structural background and flexible on previous project experience for the right candidate. Our client is a leader in providing services to the maritime, military and resource sectors. Due to continued growth, they are now seeking an experienced Design Authority Specialist to join their professional team in their Perth office. As a Design Authority professional you will be the technical leader that plays a pivotal role in ensuring the integrity, compliance, and effectiveness of the design solutions within our clients defence shipbuilding design project. Responsible for overseeing all aspects of design, the Design Authority collaborates closely with multidisciplinary teams, stakeholders, and regulatory bodies to deliver solutions that meet operational requirements, adhere to industry standards, and align with project objectives. The Whole of Ship Design Authority is responsible for the integrity of the design to the contracted requirements, ensuring the design decision impacts are understood, decisions are per the technical delegations within the Contract and decisions are documented. The successful candidate will not need to be a specialist in all areas of ship design but must some understanding of all parts of design that make up a defence ship build. Years of experience: 10 years Duties include but not limited to: Examine customer requirements and lead the development, review, and approval of designs, ensuring compliance with contractual, regulatory, and technical requirements. Provide Whole of Ship Design Authority for the Project, in line with the Clear accountability in Design Principles. Provide Technical Authorisation and delegation to suitably qualified and experienced personnel within the Project scope. Provide, collate and document expert guidance on naval architecture, marine engineering, systems integration, and related disciplines to support design decisions and resolve complex technical challenges. Identify, assess, and mitigate design risks to safeguard project timelines, budget, and quality objectives. Primary technical contact with external stakeholders, including naval authorities, classification societies, subcontractors, and vendors, to address design-related inquiries, resolve issues, and foster collaborative relationships. Establish and maintain design assurance processes, procedures, and standards to uphold the quality and reliability of deliverables throughout the design lifecycle. Evaluate proposed design changes, assess their impact on project scope, schedule, and cost, and facilitate their implementation in accordance with change control procedures. Ensure accurate and comprehensive documentation of design decisions, rationale, and specifications to facilitate traceability, transparency, and knowledge transfer. Provide design and progress reports as required by project governance. Provide leadership and coordination in the areas of design. Mentoring Junior members of the team and developing engineers. Manage defence client interfaces and client relationships. Skills & Experience: Relevant Tertiary qualifications 10 years proven experience in a senior design role and considered expert within the defence or maritime industry, ideally on shipbuilding projects Superior knowledge of regulations, standards, and best practices governing naval vessel design and construction. Experience in Defence contracting, understanding of military and government project documentation standards. Strong analytical, problem-solving, and decision-making skills, with the ability to balance technical, operational, and commercial considerations. Excellent communication, interpersonal, and leadership abilities, with a track record of effectively engaging stakeholders and leading multidisciplinary teams. Familiarity with design software, simulation tools, and project management methodologies commonly used in shipbuilding environments. Proficient in Microsoft Office software Proactive manner demonstrating strong commercial aptitude and interpersonal skills. Capable to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions, identify work priorities in a constantly changing environment. Ideally will have: Proven experience in a Design Authority role or technical delegation within the defence or maritime industry, with a focus on shipbuilding Professional certifications or memberships in relevant professional bodies (e.g. Chartered Engineer status, membership in the Royal Institution of Naval Architects) preferred. Formal training in leadership, organisational change management and behaviour. Ability to develop system documents, process standards, and high-level reporting. Anticipate future commercial need for design and confidently propose it to the business. This is a permanent full-time position providing a great opportunity to work with an established organisation who offer challenging work. If you have the skills and experience that we are looking for, click “Apply” to submit your resume or contact Lisa Naughton via email on lisa.naughtonamida-recruit.com.au or 0450 302 738 or Sam Barnes via email on sam.barnesamida-recruit.com.au or 0429 306 688 for further information. • Wed, 05 JunAmida Recruitment
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Regulatory Officer - Early Childhood Regulatory Authority » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - About the Department of Education: The Department of Education (DoE) sets the foundations for quality early learning experiences and delivers world class education services. The department also hosts the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority which is responsible for regulating early childhood education and care services. Your Role: Support the Early Childhood Regulatory Authority by consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, Central Office Teams and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes. The Regulatory Officer reports to the Manager, Regulation, in each Regional Office, Early Childhood Regulatory Authority, Early Childhood Branch, Early Childhood and State Schools Division. Responsibilities include: Consistently and fairly applying relevant early childhood education and care (ECEC) legislation, standards, policies and guidelines in the regulation of the ECEC sector within the context of the Regulating for Quality policy. This may be carried out through monitoring, investigations and assessment of applications and notifications, as required. Conduct assessment and rating of education and care services across Queensland. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including Regional Offices, and ECEC providers and services to achieve regulatory outcomes. About You The successful applicant will have the following qualities: Experience as a regulator or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge of regulating the ECEC sector; Experience in conducting assessment and rating or the ability to rapidly acquire knowledge and complete training in conducting assessment and rating; Ability to analyse evidence and create analysis; Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing; Ability to prioritise and complete projects and tasks efficiently; Decision-making skills; Ability to manage risk and prioritise the work; and Ability to work collaboratively with a range of different stakeholders. Instructions to apply: Attach a maximum 2-page resume (11 font only) listing two referees, one of whom is your current supervisor. Attach a maximum 2-page response to the following questions: The Department of Education takes a risk-based approach to regulating early childhood education and care services, as explained in Regulating for Quality. Please explain your understanding of regulatory activities as outlined in this document. Can you outline how you have prepared for this application and for the role as a Regulatory Officer? Why are you drawn to this role? How have you used your interpersonal skills to communicate effectively, resolving a complex issue? We welcome all applicants to share any support needed to ensure our recruitment process is inclusive. Applications remain current for 12 months from the closing date and may be considered for appointment to identical or similar vacancies within the Department. Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted. When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services. Salary rate shown is reflective of full-time (1.0 FTE). The Department of Education is a family inclusive workplace. Click here to find out more about our Inclusion and Diversity strategies. • Tue, 04 JunQueensland Government
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Manager - Finance » East Cannington, Canning Area - Office of the Director General School Curriculum and Standards Manager - Finance 00040693 Level 8, $144,597 - $156,598 per annum (PSCA 2022) Advertised Vacancy Number: DOE895168 This is a permanent full-time position commencing as soon as possible Professional Benefits Working for the Department of Education attracts a range of attractive professional and personal benefits including: 11 percent employer contributions to superannuation. More than 20 days of other leave, including sick leave and carers' leave. Flexible work arrangements. Flexible leave arrangements. Professional development opportunities. The School Curriculum and Standards Division (the Division) is seeking to recruit a highly motivated and skilled Manager, Finance to join our Executive team. The Division provides administrative and secretariat services for and implements the decisions of the School Curriculum and Standards Authority (the Authority). The Authority provides quality curriculum, assessment and standards to enable all Western Australian students to become confident, creative learners and active, informed citizens who contribute positively to society. We encourage all applicants with diverse professional experiences to apply. As the Manager, Finance, you will: have key responsibilities in leadership and financial management of the Division's budget, client and stakeholder management and manage the operations of the specialised executive services branch. report to the Executive Director - School Curriculum and Standards and collaborate closely with the Authority Chief Finance Officer on budget planning and reporting and overseeing variations to the corporate budget and projected budget outcomes and facilitate any requirements for budget adjustments. develop plans and systems to support/enable/monitor the achievement of the Authority's vision and imperatives in alignment with the Authority Board's strategic objectives. support the Executive Director - School Curriculum and Standards with the provision of accurate and timely briefings and the preparation of parliamentary and ministerial responses on Authority and Division budget matters. develop and manage financial strategies and processes to facilitate efficient and effective budget development and reporting. provide high level advice to the senior management on budget formulation and management issues. Visit scsa.wa.edu.au to find out more information about the School Curriculum and Standards Authority. Visit education.wa.edu.au to find out more information about the Department of Education. Cultural Diversity The Department is an equal opportunity employer and encourages people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and persons from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply. Your written application will be assessed against the following Selection Criteria: Demonstrated high-level skills and experience in the provision of strategic financial advice to senior and executive level management. Demonstrated high-level skills and experience in financial planning and resource management at a strategic and operational level with the ability to deliver quality and timely budgets and related financial management services. Demonstrated high-level strategic leadership skills in managing human, physical, financial, technological and information resources. Demonstrated high-level verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills to effectively liaise with key internal and external stakeholders at a senior level and to build strong relationships. Demonstrated high-level knowledge and understanding of national and international trends and issues relating to the core functions of the Branch. Shortlisted applicants will have their skills and experiences in relation to the remaining selection criteria assessed in the further stages of the recruitment process. Remaining selection criteria can be found on the attached Form (JDF). For a full outline of the role responsibilities and selection criteria, please refer to the JDF. It is recommended that you consider all information contained in the advertisement and any other related information before applying for the vacancy. All inquiries are welcomed Please contact Juanita Healy, Executive Director - School Curriculum and Standards by telephoning (08) 9273 6373 or emailing Juanita.Healyscsa.wa.edu.au Application Instructions All applications are submitted online. Select " • Mon, 03 JunWestern Australia Government
Permit To Work Officer / Work Request Authority (WRA) Manager » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Role: Permit To Work Officer / Work Request Authority (WRA) Manager Location: Brisbane, Queensland On site We are seeking a skilled and experienced individual to join our Brisbane team as a Permit To Work Officer / Work Request Authority (WRA) Manager on a fixed term full time contract. This is a key role within the Rail Operations team. The primary responsibility of the WRA Manager is to coordinate access to the system under testing and commissioning without impacting train movements or the integrity of the system, we invite you to apply. Key Responsibilities: Overall management of the assets within the T&C zone: Responsible and accountable for the work request authority process, permit to work and other associated procedures Chair regular meetings (WRA Panel) to coordinate WRA from various stakeholders Consult with the right subject matter experts (safety, electrical, mechanical, signalling…) to understand the impact of the WRA on the testing and commissioning zone. Establish a 4 week outlook window of authorized works Review controls proposed to mitigate risks to workers Organise lessons learnt from experience Coordinate resourcing needs with the Rail Operations Planner Prioritise access to the system based on overall projects' priority Consult with programmer/planner Qualifications and Experience: Management or supervision of multi-functional technical teams in a rail environment. Completion of Issue work permits certification, preferred. Experience in asset maintenance / planning or logistics. Good knowledge of rail systems and infrastructure components. Excellent understanding of safety regulations, standards, and best practices within the rail industry. Proficiency in relevant software tools and systems used for testing, commissioning, and project management. Skills and Behaviour Strong analytical and problem-solving skills Make sound decisions under pressure. Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to engage and influence stakeholders at all levels. Highly organized and detail-oriented, Ability to manage multiple tasks and priorities effectively. Analytical and problem-solving skills. Working with Ricardo You will be warmly welcomed into our workplace where every voice matters. We are diverse thinkers and doers, coming together to create a culture of inclusion. We will support you to find your place. We will encourage you to use your passion and expertise to make a positive impact through the projects you work on. Your knowledge and desire to bring about change will be invaluable in helping deliver innovative solutions that support communities across the globe in becoming safer and more sustainable. Next steps Once you have submitted your application a member of our Recruitment Team will be in touch. Please be aware that the timing can vary dependent on the volume of applications that we receive for each role and in some cases, we may start to review applications prior to the closing date. Diversity, Equality and Inclusion statement We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, we believe in each person's potential, and we'll help you reach yours. We have an ambitious diversity, equality, and inclusion approach as explained here. We value diversity; recognising that a more diverse workforce creates a richer and more varied working environment. Diversity also drives innovation, by allowing us to offer our clients the best consultancy service that we can. As part of our commitment to engage positively and pro-actively with all our employees and to ensure an inclusive culture. • Sun, 02 JunRicardo
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Authority to Work Technician » Australia - Workplace Type: Onsite At Newmont, people create the value in the metals we mine and are ambassadors in the communities where they live and work. As a team, we foster an environment in support of our people vision, where everyone belongs, thrives and is valued. We have built a diverse and inclusive workplace where our people can bring their differences to support delivering results together. Newmont Tanami is on Aboriginal freehold land 540km northwest of Alice Springs. It is a long-life, low-cost, world-class asset in a core Newmont region. The Tanami Expansion 2 project, aims to extend the mine life beyond 2040, investing in a hoisting shaft which will increase the production of the underground mine from 2.6 Mtpa to 3.2 Mtpa. Both the successful exploration within the underground operation and implementation of the first Tanami Expansion has laid the foundation to further develop the operation to remain a major contributor to the Newmont portfolio. Join us and unearth your potential in a global company that is at the forefront of shaping the future of the mining industry. About the Role As we continue to expand our team to ensure success in developing our new infrastructure, we have created new roles to support our operations further. We are seeking an Authority to Work Technician to oversee the administration and management of Permits and Isolations. You will be tasked with achieving optimal operational and production goals, in a safe manner while ensuring compliance with relevant Standards, Regulations, Procedures, Polices, Legal requirements and consent conditions. Working with the mining operations and maintenance teams within the DBS Operations you will be providing operational and subject matter expertise with respect to Authority to Work Management Plan and execution of the energy isolation and authority to work procedure in the field. Key Accountabilities Prepare isolations, permits and sundry equipment for release to Operations and Maintenance Teams. Provide technical support in the design, review and approval of complex isolations with respect to all energy types. Liaise with content experts to develop Isolation Master Sheets to expand the isolation database. Maintain Isolation system and information so it is up to date including all controlled documents. Ensure appropriate stock levels for all isolation equipment making store stock or purchasing needs. Ensure all isolation points in the field are clear and match documented isolation lists. Develop and review P&ID documents and ensure field tags match and submit any redlining through the correct workflows. Liaise with isolation database vendor for routine improvements and upgrade to system via the service contract. Facilitate Isolation/restart of equipment in a safe and efficient manner during shutdowns, breakdown and start-ups. Participate in incident investigations as required. Facilitate training of others with respect to isolation and authority to work. Perform the duties of an Authorised Isolator ensuring equipment handed over to maintenance personnel is isolated and tagged in a safe manner in accordance with policies and procedures. Demonstrate personal commitment regarding housekeeping practices and maintain Permit Building and equipment to a 5S standard. The Benefits This is an opportunity to work with a great team of people at our unique location in Northern Territory. Working an 8:6 roster, you can FIFO from Perth, Brisbane, Alice Springs or Darwin and reside in our fully equipped accommodation village. When you join Newmont Australia, you are joining an organisation that boasts a working culture we are truly proud of. You’ll also appreciate a range of employee benefits including: Gold Level Health Insurance for you and your immediate family Remuneration inclusive of an annual incentive Salary Continuance (Income Protection) Generous Parental Leave for both primary and secondary carers Recognition program with online rewards program with discounts for shopping, travel, and household goods. Employee Assistance Program for you and your family About You You will have several years’ experience within mining industry with demonstrated knowledge and experience in permit to work systems and management together with a high-level of computer literacy and understanding of the statutory regulations relevant to safety and the environment for the mining industry. You will be an individual who has a strong sense of ownership of tasks and accountabilities, a confident and competent communicator who proactively leads, drives, promotes and contributes to safety. A Trade Qualification or equivalent, together with qualifications in Training and Assessment and Confined Spaces will be well regarded. Applications close on Sunday, 16 June 2024 We understand no candidate will meet every single desired qualification. If your experience looks a little different from what we’ve identified and you think you can bring value to the role, we’d love to learn more about you Our business success comes from the accomplishments and well-being of our employees and contractors. Our goal is to build a workplace culture that allows every person to thrive, participate, grow, and proudly play an active role in achieving our strategy. Newmont is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to recruiting, hiring, placing and promoting the best individual for each position without regard to personal characteristics such as gender, race, nationality, ethnicity, social and indigenous origin, religion or belief, disability, age, sexual orientation, etc. We invite women and applicants with diverse backgrounds to apply, particularly First Nations persons of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island descent. Newmont acknowledges First Nations People and respects their enduring connection to Country from which their culture, spirituality, and identity flow. More About Newmont Website: http://www.newmont.com Lifecycle of a Mine: https://www.newmont.com/lifecycle-of-a-mine/ Blog: https://www.newmont.com/blog-stories/ Annual sustainability report: https://www.newmont.com/sustainability/sustainability-reporting/ Note: Newmont does not ask individuals to pay money to apply or be considered for employment or to provide sensitive personal data without first submitting a job application through our secure, online portal. If you are asked to do either, do not respond and please report this immediately to it.secnewmont.com. • Fri, 31 MayNewmont
Civil Engineer » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - The company, an Australian-based property development and real estate investment company, is seeking a skilled and motivated Civil Engineer to join our innovative team. As a key player in our elite and professional management team, you will have the opportunity to contribute to the development and execution of unique and modern residential, commercial, industrial, and agricultural projects across Australia. Responsibilities: Collaborate with the management and design teams to plan, design, and oversee the construction of a wide range of property development projects. Conduct site investigations and feasibility studies for potential development opportunities. Prepare and review engineering designs, specifications, and drawings in compliance with regulations and best practices. Coordinate and liaise with various stakeholders including architects, local authorities, and contractors to ensure efficient project delivery. Monitor project progress and ensure adherence to quality, budget, and timelines. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or related field; additional qualifications such as RPEQ certification would be advantageous. Minimum3 years proven experience in civil engineering, preferably within the property development or construction industry. Proficiency in relevant software and tools for design and analysis. Strong project management and problem-solving skills. Excellent communication and interpersonal abilities. Why Join Us: Engage in diverse and challenging projects that offer growth potential and the opportunity to make a real impact. Work within an innovative and collaborative environment that values professional development and creativity. Competitive remuneration package and benefits. Be part of a company passionate about driving sustainable and impactful property development projects. If you are a dynamic and driven Civil Engineer looking to contribute to groundbreaking projects in property development, the company welcomes your application. Join us in shaping the future of Australian real estate. • Fri, 31 Mayprivate
Business Systems Analyst Senior (Credit Cards Issuance/Authorization) » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Position Type : Full time Type Of Hire : Experienced (relevant combo of work and education) Education Desired : Bachelor of Computer Science Travel Percentage : 0% Are you curious, motivated, and forward-thinking? At FIS you'll have the opportunity to work on some of the most challenging and relevant issues in financial services and technology. Our talented people empower us, and we believe in being part of a team that is open, collaborative, entrepreneurial, passionate and above all fun. What you will be doing: As a Business Systems Analyst, you'll act as the voice of the customer to ensure that our teams continue to deliver more best-in-breed products that advance the way we pay, bank and invest. You'll work as part of a team and will be self-motivated, proactive and innovative. You will work closely with our major finance and banking clients to analyse and understand their requirements and business needs. This role will ideally be based in Melbourne working remotely, with availability to work in CBD when required. There is some flexibility for it to be based elsewhere in Australia. You will also: Formulate and define system scope and objectives through research and fact-finding combined with an understanding of applicable business systems and industry requirements Devise and modify procedures to solve complex problems considering computer equipment capacity and limitations, operation time and form of desired results Analyse business and user needs, complete documentation of requirements and translate into proper system requirement specifications. Influence business partners and service providers regarding priorities, hardware/software selection and/or vendor selection. Identify and document business strategies, objectives and drivers. Analyse and document business processes and metrics and identify improvement opportunities. Re-engineer processes to deliver greater effectiveness and efficiency. Assess, apply and projects the impact of system changes on users and internal and external clients or stakeholders. Write test plans and test cases to ensure changes which are made to the application meet client needs and that application integrity is maintained. Conduct a variety of tests such as system, integration, readiness and acceptance tests. Ensures changes made by programmers are correct. Verify through testing that changes made by programmers to one part of the application do not impact other parts. Support and manage client for software releases, which includes managing defects, team mailbox, group line, and batch/region activities. Prepare and distribute software release reports and documentation. Liaise with key internal and external stakeholders to ensure information regarding the release and associated activities are communicated. Support of internal and client projects/initiatives that may entail identifying requirements and solutions, working through issues in preparation of system implementation. Documenting functional solutions for system enhancements and improvements, compliance/regulatory changes and product strategy. Mentor, guide, advise and/or check the work of less experienced business systems analysts. What You Bring: To excel in this role you will have: At least 5 years' experience in a similar Business and System analysis and support capacity Recent experience with Credit Card System processes related to Card Issuing and authorisation Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and ability to engage well with clients Proficient technical writing capabilities Excellent analytical, problem-solving, and time management skills Excellent verbal and written communication skills to technical and non-technical audiences of various levels in the organisation Strong teamwork skills and attention to detail Ability to manage multiple activities occurring concurrently Proficiency in standards office software such as MS Office, Visio, MS Access etc Proficiency in industry-standard process methodologies such as Six Sigma, LEAN, ISO, CMM etc What we offer you: A career at FIS is more than just a job. It's the change to shape the future of fintech. At FIS, we offer you: An opportunity to work in a global Fortune 500 Fintech with major banking and finance clients Work for a company that champions Inclusion and Diversity Fantastic benefits package including medical and personal insurances and employee share scheme LI-TC2 Privacy Statement FIS is committed to protecting the privacy and security of all personal information that we process in order to provide services to our clients. For specific information on how FIS protects personal information online, please see the Online Privacy Notice. Sourcing Model Recruitment at FIS works primarily on a direct sourcing model; a relatively small portion of our hiring is through recruitment agencies. FIS does not accept resumes from recruitment agencies which are not on the preferred supplier list and is not responsible for any related fees for resumes submitted to job postings, our employees, or any other part of our company. pridepass • Fri, 31 MayFidelity National Information Services
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Director, Indigenous Strategy (Identified Position) » Alice Springs Area, Darwin Region - Primary Objective Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the Director, Indigenous Strategy is an identified position leads the advancement of Council’s indigenous workforce participation targets, design and development of the Council’s First Nations Workforce Development strategy. The primary objective of the role is to ensure First Nations people’s culture is acknowledged and embedded in Council’s every day practices, values and service delivery plans. The role is responsible for providing strategic advice and cultural expertise to support staff and lead the development and implementation of leadership, training & development of our First Nations workforce. The position will promote and enhance Council’s development of a service delivery priority action plan that amplifies the voices of First Nations people’s on priority matters identified based on findings from community consultation. About us Central Desert Regional Council is a local government authority covering an area over 282,000 Sq. kilometres. The Council provides a range of services in 12 communities to the North of Alice Springs: Lajamanu, Ti tree, Wilora, Nturiya, Pmara Jutunta, Willowra, Laramba, Nyirripi, Yuelamu, Atitjere, Engawala and Yuendumu. There are also several homelands and outstations. The Central Desert area is considered remote and disadvantaged and over 80% of the population is Aboriginal. What's on offer? Generous total remuneration package of $184,000 - $210,000 PA; 6 weeks’ Annual Leave accrued per year; 12 extra days off in lieu (TOIL); 12 public holiday days per year; 1 additional public holiday for NAIDOC day; 3 additional days between Xmas and NY; 15 days Personal Leave accrued per year. We offer an excellent work/life balance giving you the opportunity to explore this iconic region. This is an Indigenous Identified Position. This position is open until filled. To apply Click Apply Now and follow the process. Closing date: 12-06-2024 Location: Alice Springs Position Description and Information Package: 101025-PDDirector-Indigenous-Strategy.pdf Apply Now • Thu, 30 MayCentral Desert Regional Council
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Senior Research Fellow- Biostatistics and Cancer Epidemiology » Sydney, NSW - and/or senior author including in the last 3 years. Demonstrated track record of successfully leading funding applications in the... • Wed, 29 MayUNSW Fitness and Aquatic Centre Management$145000 - 166000 per year
ICT Business Analyst » West Melbourne, VIC - Tarneit, VIC - delivery of monthly status reports to all appropriate parties Author and update internal and external documentation... • Wed, 29 MayPEOPLE 2.0 AUSTRALIA (EST) PTY LTD$80001 - 100000 per year
General Manager, Corporate » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Our Values The authority has identified the following organisational values, which guide how it conducts its business and which the General Manager is expected to uphold and exemplify, in addition to the APS Values and Code of Conduct. Independence The authority operates independently under its own legislation, budget allocation and staff, as a non-corporate statutory body located in the Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water portfolio. We are committed to independence and impartiality when undertaking research and reviews and providing advice based on our own research and judgements. Broad and positive stakeholder engagement The authority takes account of available inputs and perspectives by engaging with a wide range of stakeholders and other contributors with an interest in climate change policy and related matters. We consult the public on every review, and in preparing our advice, consistent with the requirements set out in our legislation. Excellence in research and analysis The credibility of the authority relies on the quality of its research, analysis and reporting. We undertake detailed planning and thorough research and analysis, drawing on the best available knowledge, and seek input from expert advisers. We also have a skilled workforce with a broad range of experience, and established links to relevant national and international expert organisations. Transparency The authority operates in an open and transparent manner. We have a statutory obligation to publish our research, advice and review reports. Where possible we also publish public submissions to our review reports. Our advice and reports are the result of reviewing and synthesising existing materials, engaging with stakeholders and undertaking independent research to generate original reporting, analysis and advice. Good governance and accountability The authority maintains high standards of accountability and governance. As a government agency, the authority is subject to the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013 and Public Service Act 1999 and has specific additional governance requirements under the Climate Change Authority Act 2011 . Valuing our most valuable asset The authority's professional, capable and committed workforce is its most valuable resource. Continued investment in our staff, in an inclusive way that respects and reflects the diversity of our skills, knowledge and backgrounds, is vital for maintaining and enhancing the authority's performance. We provide all staff with the opportunity to develop skills and knowledge through formal training and other development opportunities. The key duties of the position include The Climate Change Authority is a portfolio agency of the Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water established by the Climate Change Authority Act 2011 . The authority's purpose is to provide independent, evidence-based advice on the response to climate change, to: accelerate emissions reductions and position Australia as a leader in the global effort to limit temperature increases; guide Australia to new opportunities and new ways of doing things, to sustain Australia's prosperity as the world transitions to net zero emissions; and help Australia prepare for and adapt to the impacts of climate change, which have already begun and will continue to increase. The authority plays an important role in the governance of Australia's climate change policies, including by providing advice on the preparation of the Annual Climate Change Statement to Parliament; and greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets to be included in new or adjusted nationally determined contributions (NDC). The authority undertakes reviews and makes recommendations on the Australian Carbon Unit Credit Scheme; the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Scheme and Safeguard Mechanism; and other matters as requested by the Minister responsible for climate change or the Australian Parliament. The authority also conducts and commissions its own independent research and analysis. Primary purpose of the role The General Manager, Corporate leads all corporate functions for the authority, including enabling services, finance, procurement, human resources, corporate legislation and frameworks, security and risk and compliance. The role may also oversight the authority's external communications functions. The position may also include the role of Chief Financial Officer (CFO), depending on the qualifications and experience of the successful candidate. The General Manager, Corporate is a member of the authority's corporate governance committees - the Executive Committee and the Project Steering Committee. Key accountabilities Lead, motivate and support a team of leaders and their staff across the corporate group to effectively and efficiently delivery operational services and to set the parameters in which these leaders operate. Provide visible and values-based leadership that drives a collaborative, respectful and a performance-based culture. Provide high quality, authoritative and strategic advice on current and emerging issues, considering associated risks and implications. Oversee budgets, including developing and managing the finances, procedure, expenditure and allocation of resources. Oversee payroll and human resources including, staff remuneration and retention, policy development, the authority's Enterprise Agreement, recruitment, on-boarding and reporting. Oversee the authority's security, property and facilities management including planning and frameworks, accessibility, and reporting. Support the CEO discharge the duties required of the accountable authority of the authority under the PGPA Act and related APS governance and compliance obligations (please see here for reference). Build and maintain strong partnerships with key stakeholders to facilitate collaborative approaches to achieving the authority's objectives; and promote positive relationships with other government agencies and stakeholders. As a member of the senior executive leadership team, make a strong significant contribution to agency decision making and ensure effective governance and compliance with government directions, guidelines and legislation. Skills, knowledge and attributes Our ideal candidate will demonstrate: highly developed representational, negotiation, advocacy and influencing skills; leadership knowledge and experience together with a sound understanding of corporate frameworks and policies; a proven track record in: embracing inclusive leadership where you can garner the skills of a diverse team to achieve quality outcomes; being known as a collaborative and effective team player; exercising broad managerial, people management and contract management skills; delivering significant programs of work; organisational leadership including budget management, contract management, strategy, planning and people management; sound understanding of Commonwealth government processes; well-developed interpersonal skills that foster trust and cooperation, and a proven ability to work effectively and with integrity within a politically sensitive environment; ability to work in a fluid environment, remaining flexible, agile and adaptable supporting colleagues at short notice; and tertiary qualifications in finance, management and/or governance are highly desirable. • Wed, 29 MayAPS
Design Engineering Manager | Aerospace / CASR 21M Authority | Aviation Pioneer » The Rocks, Sydney - Aerospace Design Lead; CASR / DASR Regulatory Expertise; Extraordinary Piloted & Unmanned Craft; Outstanding Engineering Team; Limitless Potential This dynamic aviation innovator has assembled a collection of some of the finest multi-disciplined aerospace and aeronautical engineers in Australia. Having designed, developed and demonstrated their first-of-its-kind prototype to both civil and Defence audiences, the company has attracted tens of millions in funding through private equity and Commonwealth grants, with the directive of realising the platform’s full potential for Australian and global customers. So impressive is the product suite, the company already boasts a backlog of sales orders as unit production kicks into full gear. Their unique craft combine the range, stability and speed of a fixed wing aircraft, with the maneuverability and agility of a rotary wing – all the while, operating at a fraction of the cost of traditional air vehicles. Interest from multinatonal customers, particularly across Western countries, is palpable. With little in the way of comparable competition world-wide, these products are set to disrupt the global marketplace. Reporting directly to the Managing Director, the Design Engineering Manager will operate in tandem with the Chief Engineer, and take responsibility for leading the design, development, build and test of a portfolio of aircraft. You will assist to architect a product roadmap that will likely bear your professional signature for many decades to follow. The Design Engineering Manager will ideally bring to the table: Demonstrated, senior background leading complex aviation / aerospace design, build and modification projects Strong understanding of CASR / DASR regulatory requirements Exceptional communication, interpersonal and presentation skills A creative, pragmatic approach, willingness to innovate, and cast iron sense of humour The ability to gain and maintain an Australian security clearance (Australian citizenship minimum) An engineering degree (or equivalent) within a relevant discipline Perhaps you’ve previously existed within a big brand, global aviation engineering giant whose last great industry advancement occurred in the early 2000’s. You may have invested a decade of your life to Australia’s outstanding armed forces, but been forced to follow an estalbished product roadmap cemented in bedrock several Federal administrations ago. Maybe you’ve even leapt into a dynamic start-up that boasted huge promise but substantially lacked in engineering rigour, commercial acumen, established infrastructure and/or financial resources. By contrast, this organisation is an impressively led, well-structured and financed Australian OEM with an exceptional incumbent team, high profile private and public backers, and multinational interest that runs off the back of mounting sales orders. The Design Engineering Management engagement represents a foot-in-the-door to a singular aerospace engineering pioneer, at a time of exponential growth, within a high visibility position that offers limitless scope and potential. It is a groundfloor opportunity to shape the direction of an aviation product on the cusp of greatness. A generous package with unique early employee profit share options and the kind of autonomy and responsibility which is unattainable elsewhere, awaits. Come join the ride. • Wed, 29 MayJ2 Recruitment
Senior Manager, Clinical QA AREA, Intercon » Mascot, Rockdale Area - Job Description As an independent RDQA Organization, our commitment is to drive quality excellence as a strategic advantage across all stages of discovery and development for the lifecycle of the product to achieve product realization and to accelerate access to innovative therapies for our patients. AbbVie’s R&D global trial footprint has been expanding due to growth in the pipeline and the complexity of global development resulting in an overall increase in global trials in the Affiliates. In addition, the acquisition of Allergan and integration with AbbVie have significantly increased clinical trials managed from the Affiliates. RDQA AREA focuses on proactive quality and quality output in support of clinical development/R&D enterprise within designated countries around the world. AREA supports countries in Europe, Americas and Intercontinental as defined by AbbVie. The expected results in the Affiliates are as follows; quality excellence, realization of R&D goals and objectives for submission of new therapies including but not limited to adherence to One AbbVie Quality System, execution of RDQA Quality System Excellence (CAPA, Change Management, Quality Risk Management, Documentation Standards) and the assurance of integrity data. Scope includes R&D and clinical research activities conducted by Affiliates or AbbVie within the region, to achieve first pass approvals thereby advancing the pipeline. The RDQA AREA Senior Manager will provide support for the assigned countries and region and will be responsible for the implementation/execution of activities related to proactive quality management. The following are key responsibilities: Maintain a close, collaborative relationship with RDQA functions impacting clinical research within designated Affiliates in the assigned countries and region. Establish collaborative-working relationship with clinical development leaders and staff within designated Affiliates to advance the AbbVie Quality System, drive quality excellence, and achieve first pass approval or market authorization by health authorities. Oversee quality and compliance in a regulated environment including AbbVie policies and procedures and country and regional standards and regulations. Lead and/or collaborate on development of risk identification and risk mitigation or control strategies for clinical research activities including clinical trials within designated countries with periodic reviews of quality and compliance data for the purposes of continuous improvement. Establish quality measures with the desire to achieve RDQA quality goals. Drive quality strategy in designated countries and region in conjunction with other RDQA AREA personnel. Manage governance/oversight that is “fit for purpose” and in relation to the One AbbVie Quality System. Identify trends, root causes, and potential risks to mitigate and/or prevent issues that impact clinical research. Drive vision of continuous state of regulatory preparedness. Ensure consistent understanding of the quality requirements for clinical research activities within Affiliates, works closely with Affiliates R&D Management on health of Quality System, identifies issues of quality and compliance that will impact overall goals and desired outcomes. Maintain awareness of all applicable regulations and develop appropriate standards to measure quality in assigned countries and region relating to clinical research. Support necessary supplier visits, audits and vendor qualifications Develop inspection strategy in collaboration with AREA Associate Director and relevant functions and provide inspection-readiness support for all local / regional Health Authority inspections. Provide oversight, support and follow-up (inspection report response) for local Health Authority inspections with employees and management in assigned countries and region. Participate in Health Authority inspections as needed. Determine need for country/process assessments/audits in collaboration with Clinical Audit and Clinical PM. Conduct audits as required to assess compliance with regulations, guidelines, policies and procedures and Sponsor requirements. Effectively communicate audit results, both orally and in writing. Review and approve corrective action plans/audit responses. Support the development of robust audit and inspection responses through coaching and education. Mentor AREA Managers/AREA Associates or line management as additional Lead responsibility • Tue, 28 MayAbbVie
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Business Systems Analyst Senior (Credit Cards Issuance/Authorization) » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job Description Position Type : Full time Type Of Hire : Experienced (relevant combo of work and education) Education Desired : Bachelor of Computer Science Travel Percentage : 0% Are you curious, motivated, and forward-thinking? At FIS you’ll have the opportunity to work on some of the most challenging and relevant issues in financial services and technology. Our talented people empower us, and we believe in being part of a team that is open, collaborative, entrepreneurial, passionate and above all fun. What you will be doing: As a Business Systems Analyst, you’ll act as the voice of the customer to ensure that our teams continue to deliver more best-in-breed products that advance the way we pay, bank and invest. You’ll work as part of a team and will be self-motivated, proactive and innovative. You will work closely with our major finance and banking clients to analyse and understand their requirements and business needs. This role will ideally be based in Melbourne working remotely, with availability to work in CBD when required. There is some flexibility for it to be based elsewhere in Australia. You will also: Formulate and define system scope and objectives through research and fact-finding combined with an understanding of applicable business systems and industry requirements Devise and modify procedures to solve complex problems considering computer equipment capacity and limitations, operation time and form of desired results Analyse business and user needs, complete documentation of requirements and translate into proper system requirement specifications. Influence business partners and service providers regarding priorities, hardware/software selection and/or vendor selection. Identify and document business strategies, objectives and drivers. Analyse and document business processes and metrics and identify improvement opportunities. Re-engineer processes to deliver greater effectiveness and efficiency. Assess, apply and projects the impact of system changes on users and internal and external clients or stakeholders. Write test plans and test cases to ensure changes which are made to the application meet client needs and that application integrity is maintained. Conduct a variety of tests such as system, integration, readiness and acceptance tests. Ensures changes made by programmers are correct. Verify through testing that changes made by programmers to one part of the application do not impact other parts. Support and manage client for software releases, which includes managing defects, team mailbox, group line, and batch/region activities. Prepare and distribute software release reports and documentation. Liaise with key internal and external stakeholders to ensure information regarding the release and associated activities are communicated. Support of internal and client projects/initiatives that may entail identifying requirements and solutions, working through issues in preparation of system implementation. Documenting functional solutions for system enhancements and improvements, compliance/regulatory changes and product strategy. Mentor, guide, advise and/or check the work of less experienced business systems analysts. What You Bring: To excel in this role you will have: At least 5 years’ experience in a similar Business and System analysis and support capacity Recent experience with Credit Card System processes related to Card Issuing and authorisation Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and ability to engage well with clients Proficient technical writing capabilities Excellent analytical, problem-solving, and time management skills Excellent verbal and written communication skills to technical and non-technical audiences of various levels in the organisation Strong teamwork skills and attention to detail Ability to manage multiple activities occurring concurrently Proficiency in standards office software such as MS Office, Visio, MS Access etc Proficiency in industry-standard process methodologies such as Six Sigma, LEAN, ISO, CMM etc What we offer you: A career at FIS is more than just a job. It’s the change to shape the future of fintech. At FIS, we offer you: An opportunity to work in a global Fortune 500 Fintech with major banking and finance clients Work for a company that champions Inclusion and Diversity Fantastic benefits package including medical and personal insurances and employee share scheme LI-TC2 Privacy Statement FIS is committed to protecting the privacy and security of all personal information that we process in order to provide services to our clients. For specific information on how FIS protects personal information online, please see the Online Privacy Notice. Sourcing Model Recruitment at FIS works primarily on a direct sourcing model; a relatively small portion of our hiring is through recruitment agencies. FIS does not accept resumes from recruitment agencies which are not on the preferred supplier list and is not responsible for any related fees for resumes submitted to job postings, our employees, or any other part of our company. pridepass • Tue, 28 MayJobs for Humanity
Country Fire Authority - Deputy Chairperson » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - The Minister for Emergency Services is pleased to invite applications for the position of Deputy Chairperson on the Country Fire Authority (CFA) Board. The Country Fire Authority Act 1958 (CFA Act) establishes the Country Fire Authority (CFA) Board. The CFA is a fully volunteer fire fighting service with over 54,000 volunteers. These volunteers include firefighters, community educators and support personnel spread across 1,212 brigades, 21 districts and five regions in Victoria. The CFA's vision – Victorian communities are prepared for and safe from fire. The CFA's mission – To protect lives and property. The CFA Board is responsible for setting strategic direction and ensuring appropriate governance arrangements are effectively and efficiently implemented, including to: contribute to a whole-of-sector approach to emergency management promote a culture within the emergency management sector of community focus, interoperability and public value support the effective and sustainable recruitment, development and retention of volunteer officers and members, including those located in the Fire Rescue Victoria fire district, to deliver capability in the provision of the Authority's services. The CFA Board ensures the CFA carries out its functions in a manner such that services provided are: effective and efficient; consistent with prudent financial management practices; and safe and secure. • Sat, 25 MayVictorian Government Board Appointments
Permit To Work Officer / Work Request Authority (WRA) Manager » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Role: Permit To Work Officer / Work Request Authority (WRA) Manager Location: Brisbane, Queensland On site We are seeking a skilled and experienced individual to join our Brisbane team as a Permit To Work Officer / Work Request Authority (WRA) Manager on a fixed term full time contract. This is a key role within the Rail Operations team. The primary responsibility of the WRA Manager is to coordinate access to the system under testing and commissioning without impacting train movements or the integrity of the system, we invite you to apply. Key Responsibilities: Overall management of the assets within the T&C zone: Responsible and accountable for the work request authority process, permit to work and other associated procedures Chair regular meetings (WRA Panel) to coordinate WRA from various stakeholders Consult with the right subject matter experts (safety, electrical, mechanical, signalling…) to understand the impact of the WRA on the testing and commissioning zone. Establish a 4 week outlook window of authorized works Review controls proposed to mitigate risks to workers Organise lessons learnt from experience Coordinate resourcing needs with the Rail Operations Planner Prioritise access to the system based on overall projects’ priority Consult with programmer/planner Qualifications and Experience: Management or supervision of multi-functional technical teams in a rail environment. Completion of Issue work permits certification, preferred. Experience in asset maintenance / planning or logistics. Good knowledge of rail systems and infrastructure components. Excellent understanding of safety regulations, standards, and best practices within the rail industry. Proficiency in relevant software tools and systems used for testing, commissioning, and project management. Skills and Behaviour Strong analytical and problem-solving skills Make sound decisions under pressure. Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to engage and influence stakeholders at all levels. Highly organized and detail-oriented, Ability to manage multiple tasks and priorities effectively. Analytical and problem-solving skills. Working with Ricardo You will be warmly welcomed into our workplace where every voice matters. We are diverse thinkers and doers, coming together to create a culture of inclusion. We will support you to find your place. We will encourage you to use your passion and expertise to make a positive impact through the projects you work on. Your knowledge and desire to bring about change will be invaluable in helping deliver innovative solutions that support communities across the globe in becoming safer and more sustainable. Next steps Once you have submitted your application a member of our Recruitment Team will be in touch. Please be aware that the timing can vary dependent on the volume of applications that we receive for each role and in some cases, we may start to review applications prior to the closing date. Diversity, Equality and Inclusion statement We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, we believe in each person's potential, and we'll help you reach yours. We have an ambitious diversity, equality, and inclusion approach as explained here. We value diversity; recognising that a more diverse workforce creates a richer and more varied working environment. Diversity also drives innovation, by allowing us to offer our clients the best consultancy service that we can. As part of our commitment to engage positively and pro-actively with all our employees and to ensure an inclusive culture. • Fri, 24 MayRicardo
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Support System Delegated Design Authority » Australia - At BAE Systems Australia Do interesting work that MATTERS ENJOY what you do GROW your career Be YOU We work in a thriving sector - one that puts us at the forefront of exciting and meaningful work. Every day we push boundaries to produce some of the world's most innovative and ground breaking technology. Individually we all contribute to our success. Collectively we make the impossible possible. Recognised for delivering projects of global and national significance that help keep Australia safe, it is our shared passion that shapes our culture, and our people that make it a great place to work. About the OPPORTUNITY We have an exciting opportunity as a Support System Delegated Design Authority to join our Hunter Class Line of Business. This role can be based in our Central Office, Melbourne or Osborne, South Australia. This role will see you lead and facilitate engineering activities and make engineering decisions, as delegated and directed by the Support System Design Authority, to ensure that the design is safe, legal, and meets the contracted requirements (in accordance with the HCF Engineering Management Plan) for the Support System, consisting of all subsystems and domains as defined within the Support System Specification, relevant components of the Mission System, specifically the Condition Monitoring subsystem and Design for Support scope across the Mission System. Drawing upon your extensive Integrated Logistics Support experience you will assimilate yourself with the Support System Delivery team to ensure the Support System Design will provide an optimised Through-Life Capability. We embrace flexible work arrangements at BAE Systems Australia, such as working a 9-day fortnight and hybrid working. Key responsibilities include (however not limited to): Ensuring compliance with BAE SYSTEMS Engineering Governance requirements to ensure that all products within the scope of the contract:- are safe to operate and maintain; are environmentally responsible; meet agreed and understood performance criteria and other requirements; have been developed by suitably qualified people; comply with regulatory and statutory technical standards; and have been subjected to processes of development and production that provide consistent and demonstrable quality. Ensuring compliance with BAE SYSTEMS Engineering Lifecycle: Support System engineering processes and practices used to develop and qualify the products; Support System engineering program planning is consistent with the technical objectives of the project and is technically achievable; and Support System engineering qualification is adequate to satisfy the 'fit for purpose' criteria as defined by the associated contract. Ensuring appropriate processes are established and executed by the project to:- identify and manage technical risks associated with the system development and system integration programs; assure the safety and integrity of the company's products, principally through the review of systems engineering outputs and independent review of system designs together with all engineering work products by appropriate persons; ensure that the Support System design meets all statutory regulatory requirements; maintain the Support System design and its documentation in accordance with the applicable configuration management, change management and traceability processes; and ensure systems development undertaken on the project meet current statutory regulations and is in line with current company systems practices and pproved plans and processes. Provide recommendations to inform decisions within the scope of Support System development and potentially those that affect the design of the Platform, Transverse or Combat System, which will be referred to the appropriate Design Authority as necessary. Mentor Support System Delivery teams where technical knowledge requires further development to aid both personal and program growth and awareness. About YOU Bachelor's degree in Engineering or Tertiary Qualified in an applicable Technical Field Overall a minimum of 10 years experience in a similar role such as: Support Engineering experience across various disciplines with relevant experience in developing designs, participation in design reviews, undertaking typical design analyses and implementation of solutions, its integration, validation and qualification testing Relevant exposure to Support Engineering practice in a Australian Defence environment Experience in Support Engineering (RAM, LCC, LSA, Level of Repair Analysis, Provisioning analysis, Testability analysis, technical writing or training) Experience in program management or engineering management and or technical leadership across complex programs. The ability to solve problems and resolve issues of a complex nature Strong verbal and written communication skills to effectively convey information and coordinate activities across various teams Leadership qualities to motivate and guide teams effectively, fostering a collaborative and productive work environment whilst building sustainable relationships Ability to adapt to changing project requirements, unexpected challenges, and dynamic shipyard environments. Demonstrated ability to collaborate with engineering, procurement, and operations teams to achieve common goals and objectives. Ability to obtain and maintain relevant Defence Clearances We believe in hiring for potential, we know that some candidates hesitate if they don't tick all the boxes. If this role interests you, but you don't meet all the criteria, we still encourage you to apply. About US You will be joining a workplace that truly cares about your wellbeing. Our people are diverse and we value the variety of perspectives this brings, we know that a culture that is inclusive and fosters a sense of belonging is a place we can all make the most of our unique talents and be our best. As Australia's largest defence company in a rapidly growing sector, you will be connected into a global team and encouraged to explore where your career might take you whether that is a traditional career path or squiggly one, there are infinite possibilities for you at BAE Systems Australia. We welcome applicants from all people regardless of sex, gender identity, race, ethnicity, disability, pregnancy, age, or other lived experience; and strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for all positions. We are proud to be recognised as an employer of choice for women by WORK180. Awarded the 2024 Quarter 1 Benchmarcx Triple R- Excellence In Candidate Experience Certification. As a member of the Circle Back Initiative we commit to respond to every applicant. To learn more about our competitive employee benefits, flexibility, other employment opportunities and what to expect from our recruitment process please visit: www.baesystemscareers.com.au Clearances As a Defence security clearance is required for this role, applicants must be Australian citizens and either possess or be eligible to obtain and maintain appropriate clearances. Further information regarding security clearances. • Sat, 18 MayBAE Systems Plc
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Emergency Radiologist » Sydney, Sydney Region - THE OPPORTUNITY Telemedicine Clinic (ATMC) is Europe’s leading teleradiology provider. TMC pioneered teleradiology services in Europe when it was founded in 2002 and has since become a vital partner for more than 110 radiology departments in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and the UK. This year, our team of approximately 300 specialised radiologists will report almost 500,000 cases, making a significant positive impact in the life of hospital staff and patients. As more hospitals all over Europe recognise the advantages of managing their capacity in network with TMC, we are growing quickly. The on-call service that we provide for Scandinavian and UK hospitals during European night time from Sydney and Noosa, Australia, has been especially popular. To expand our team, we are searching for emergency radiologists eligible to work in Sweden, Denmark or United Kingdom to relocate to Sydney or Noosa, Australia, for periods of 9 to 24 months. The TMC radiologist belongs to the Emergency section. The goal of this section is to deliver high quality radiological diagnostic services to our healthcare clients and the final patients. If you can answer the following questions with a resounding “yes” then it is very likely that you will enjoy working with us and you should read to the end of this ad. Do you love your profession and care deeply about the health of your patients? Are you ready to move with your family to a new country and explore a new culture? Would you like to live and work in Australia, a thriving, cosmopolitan country where you can enjoy sunny beaches, great outdoor activities, fine dining, a vibrant cultural scene and other amenities? Do you want to further specialise and develop an expert reputation in emergency radiology? Do you want to escape from the stress and bureaucracy of a public hospital – even if it is only for some months? Would you like to work for a modern health care organisation, staffed with exceptional talent and first class technology? Do you want to significantly increase your salary, well above the pay levels of public hospitals? WHAT WE EXPECT FROM YOU We require that candidates meet the following requirements, so we can deliver the highest quality service to our patients: Be a medical doctor with a specialist degree in diagnostic radiology Have worked for at least two years as a Consultant Radiologist Be registered as radiologist with the Swedish, Danish or UK authorities Be able to report in the language of any of those countries Have a good command of English (since this is our working language) Be computer literate Have a proactive mindset, be interested in finding solutions, manage stress, be flexible and organized Be a good communicator. Our recruiting process consists of a formal application, in which we evaluate a candidate’s CV and, if a candidate meets our criteria, move on to a phone interview. The next step in the process is a visit to our headquarters in Barcelona for further interviews and to report on approximately 20 standardised test cases, as well as rigorous reference checks with prior managers and/or colleagues who can attest to your competence and work ethic. WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM US We promise to make every effort to make your time with TMC a professionally stimulating, gratifying and enjoyable experience. This is what you can expect from us: The time of your life. Living and working in Australia will be a fascinating experience that will enrich your life and create long lasting memories. Australia is a cosmopolitan country, with a great cultural offer, great outdoors activities and a mild and sunny climate all year long. And it does not have to be for a lifetime. We would love to have you for longer stays, but even periods of only 6 months are possible. An attractive income and benefits. The base salary for full-time radiologists can be significantly higher than average salaries at public hospitals. Although the cost of living in Australia is higher, and radiologists may have expenses at home, most radiologists do financially well during their stay with TMC. In addition, TMC offers generous benefit packages which include return flights, paid accommodation, and support from a relocation agency with house search, school selection and administrative paperwork. For longer stays travel costs of your family and school fees are covered as well. An opportunity to specialise. In Australia you will be working during day time for the on call shift of European hospitals. This will expose you to high volumes and a large variety of cases and allow you to build expert status in emergency radiology in a very short time. You will also benefit from the extensive knowledge-sharing activities among the senior emergency radiologists based in our offices in Sydney and Noosa. Peace of mind. We are confident that you will be impressed by TMC’s quality standards. Strict clinical governance and internal/external audits allow us to achieve a reporting quality that is setting new standards in European health care systems. Over the years these high quality standards have generated a great respect for our work within the Scandinavian and European radiology community. Having worked with TMC is considered an enrichment of a radiologist’s career. Stay in the game. If you are retired, a period working with TMC in Australia is also a wonderful opportunity to stay connected with the profession you love. THE KIND OF COMPANY WE ARE TMC is a challenging workplace with a diverse and very international team. We are friendly, dynamic and non-hierarchical, and culture is one that encourages helping others in the group. While we work hard and tackle medical challenges every day, we also make sure to keep our balance and not only enjoy our work, but also our families, friends and activities outside of TMC. Apart from making a living, people at TMC come to work every day, because they want to make a difference in people’s health. In the end, everything we do is focused on diagnosing people’s medical issues quickly and correctly. This is what drives us. We are quite particular about how we do things at TMC and hold up the following five core values: Uncompromising quality and care in all medical matters Gaining evermore expertise by learning and sharing knowledge generously Setting new standards through experimentation and innovation Caring and respectful collaboration across departments, borders and cultures Going the extra mile and having fun These values determine our behaviour and guide us in our decision making. If you respect and demonstrate these values in your daily work, you will be a good fit for the company. As a full-time emergency radiologist you will report directly to Fausto Labruto, TMC’s Medical Director, who also heads up our on-call service. Job Type: Full-time Benefits: Health insurance Schedule: 8 hour shift Shift availability: Day Shift (Preferred) Night Shift (Preferred) Work Location: In person • Thu, 16 MayAustralian Telemedicine Clinic Pty Ltd
Emergency Radiologist » Noosa Area, Sunshine Coast Region - Job description THE OPPORTUNITY Telemedicine Clinic (ATMC) is Europe’s leading teleradiology provider. TMC pioneered teleradiology services in Europe when it was founded in 2002 and has since become a vital partner for more than 110 radiology departments in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and the UK. This year, our team of approximately 300 specialised radiologists will report almost 500,000 cases, making a significant positive impact in the life of hospital staff and patients. As more hospitals all over Europe recognise the advantages of managing their capacity in network with TMC, we are growing quickly. The on-call service that we provide for Scandinavian and UK hospitals during European night time from Sydney and Noosa, Australia, has been especially popular. To expand our team, we are searching for emergency radiologists eligible to work in Sweden, Denmark or United Kingdom to relocate to Sydney or Noosa, Australia, for periods of 9 to 24 months. The TMC radiologist belongs to the Emergency section. The goal of this section is to deliver high quality radiological diagnostic services to our healthcare clients and the final patients. If you can answer the following questions with a resounding “yes” then it is very likely that you will enjoy working with us and you should read to the end of this ad. Do you love your profession and care deeply about the health of your patients? Are you ready to move with your family to a new country and explore a new culture? Would you like to live and work in Australia, a thriving, cosmopolitan country where you can enjoy sunny beaches, great outdoor activities, fine dining, a vibrant cultural scene and other amenities? Do you want to further specialise and develop an expert reputation in emergency radiology? Do you want to escape from the stress and bureaucracy of a public hospital – even if it is only for some months? Would you like to work for a modern health care organisation, staffed with exceptional talent and first class technology? Do you want to significantly increase your salary, well above the pay levels of public hospitals? WHAT WE EXPECT FROM YOU We require that candidates meet the following requirements, so we can deliver the highest quality service to our patients: Be a medical doctor with a specialist degree in diagnostic radiology Have worked for at least two years as a Consultant Radiologist Be registered as radiologist with the Swedish, Danish or UK authorities Be able to report in the language of any of those countries Have a good command of English (since this is our working language) Be computer literate Have a proactive mindset, be interested in finding solutions, manage stress, be flexible and organized Be a good communicator. Our recruiting process consists of a formal application, in which we evaluate a candidate’s CV and, if a candidate meets our criteria, move on to a phone interview. The next step in the process is a visit to our headquarters in Barcelona for further interviews and to report on approximately 20 standardised test cases, as well as rigorous reference checks with prior managers and/or colleagues who can attest to your competence and work ethic. WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM US We promise to make every effort to make your time with TMC a professionally stimulating, gratifying and enjoyable experience. This is what you can expect from us: The time of your life. Living and working in Australia will be a fascinating experience that will enrich your life and create long lasting memories. Australia is a cosmopolitan country, with a great cultural offer, great outdoors activities and a mild and sunny climate all year long. And it does not have to be for a lifetime. We would love to have you for longer stays, but even periods of only 6 months are possible. An attractive income and benefits. The base salary for full-time radiologists can be significantly higher than average salaries at public hospitals. Although the cost of living in Australia is higher, and radiologists may have expenses at home, most radiologists do financially well during their stay with TMC. In addition, TMC offers generous benefit packages which include return flights, paid accommodation, and support from a relocation agency with house search, school selection and administrative paperwork. For longer stays travel costs of your family and school fees are covered as well. An opportunity to specialise. In Australia you will be working during day time for the on call shift of European hospitals. This will expose you to high volumes and a large variety of cases and allow you to build expert status in emergency radiology in a very short time. You will also benefit from the extensive knowledge-sharing activities among the senior emergency radiologists based in our offices in Sydney and Noosa. Peace of mind. We are confident that you will be impressed by TMC’s quality standards. Strict clinical governance and internal/external audits allow us to achieve a reporting quality that is setting new standards in European health care systems. Over the years these high quality standards have generated a great respect for our work within the Scandinavian and European radiology community. Having worked with TMC is considered an enrichment of a radiologist’s career. Stay in the game. If you are retired, a period working with TMC in Australia is also a wonderful opportunity to stay connected with the profession you love. THE KIND OF COMPANY WE ARE TMC is a challenging workplace with a diverse and very international team. We are friendly, dynamic and non-hierarchical, and culture is one that encourages helping others in the group. While we work hard and tackle medical challenges every day, we also make sure to keep our balance and not only enjoy our work, but also our families, friends and activities outside of TMC. Apart from making a living, people at TMC come to work every day, because they want to make a difference in people’s health. In the end, everything we do is focused on diagnosing people’s medical issues quickly and correctly. This is what drives us. We are quite particular about how we do things at TMC and hold up the following five core values: Uncompromising quality and care in all medical matters Gaining evermore expertise by learning and sharing knowledge generously Setting new standards through experimentation and innovation Caring and respectful collaboration across departments, borders and cultures Going the extra mile and having fun These values determine our behaviour and guide us in our decision making. If you respect and demonstrate these values in your daily work, you will be a good fit for the company. As a full-time emergency radiologist you will report directly to Fausto Labruto, TMC’s Medical Director, who also heads up our on-call service. Job Type: Full-time Benefits: Health insurance Schedule: 8 hour shift Ability to commute/relocate: Noosaville, QLD: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Preferred) Shift availability: Day Shift (Preferred) Night Shift (Preferred) Work Location: In person • Thu, 16 MayAustralian Telemedicine Clinic Pty Ltd
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Support System Delegated Design Authority » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - At BAE Systems Australia Do interesting work that MATTERS ENJOY what you do GROW your career Be YOU We work in a thriving sector – one that puts us at the forefront of exciting and meaningful work. Every day we push boundaries to produce some of the world's most innovative and ground breaking technology. Individually we all contribute to our success. Collectively we make the impossible possible. Recognised for delivering projects of global and national significance that help keep Australia safe, it is our shared passion that shapes our culture, and our people that make it a great place to work. About the OPPORTUNITY We have an exciting opportunity as a Support System Delegated Design Authority to join our Hunter Class Line of Business. This role can be based in our Central Office, Melbourne or Osborne, South Australia. This role will see you lead and facilitate engineering activities and make engineering decisions, as delegated and directed by the Support System Design Authority, to ensure that the design is safe, legal, and meets the contracted requirements (in accordance with the HCF Engineering Management Plan) for the Support System, consisting of all subsystems and domains as defined within the Support System Specification, relevant components of the Mission System, specifically the Condition Monitoring subsystem and Design for Support scope across the Mission System. Drawing upon your extensive Integrated Logistics Support experience you will assimilate yourself with the Support System Delivery team to ensure the Support System Design will provide an optimised Through-Life Capability. We embrace flexible work arrangements at BAE Systems Australia, such as working a 9-day fortnight and hybrid working. Key responsibilities include (however not limited to): Ensuring compliance with BAE SYSTEMS Engineering Governance requirements to ensure that all products within the scope of the contract:- are safe to operate and maintain; are environmentally responsible; meet agreed and understood performance criteria and other requirements; have been developed by suitably qualified people; comply with regulatory and statutory technical standards; and have been subjected to processes of development and production that provide consistent and demonstrable quality. Ensuring compliance with BAE SYSTEMS Engineering Lifecycle: Support System engineering processes and practices used to develop and qualify the products; Support System engineering program planning is consistent with the technical objectives of the project and is technically achievable; and Support System engineering qualification is adequate to satisfy the ‘fit for purpose' criteria as defined by the associated contract. Ensuring appropriate processes are established and executed by the project to:- identify and manage technical risks associated with the system development and system integration programs; assure the safety and integrity of the company's products, principally through the review of systems engineering outputs and independent review of system designs together with all engineering work products by appropriate persons; ensure that the Support System design meets all statutory regulatory requirements; maintain the Support System design and its documentation in accordance with the applicable configuration management, change management and traceability processes; and ensure systems development undertaken on the project meet current statutory regulations and is in line with current company systems practices and pproved plans and processes. Provide recommendations to inform decisions within the scope of Support System development and potentially those that affect the design of the Platform, Transverse or Combat System, which will be referred to the appropriate Design Authority as necessary. Mentor Support System Delivery teams where technical knowledge requires further development to aid both personal and program growth and awareness. About YOU Bachelor's degree in Engineering or Tertiary Qualified in an applicable Technical Field Overall a minimum of 10 years experience in a similar role such as: Support Engineering experience across various disciplines with relevant experience in developing designs, participation in design reviews, undertaking typical design analyses and implementation of solutions, its integration, validation and qualification testing Relevant exposure to Support Engineering practice in a Australian Defence environment Experience in Support Engineering (RAM, LCC, LSA, Level of Repair Analysis, Provisioning analysis, Testability analysis, technical writing or training) Experience in program management or engineering management and or technical leadership across complex programs. The ability to solve problems and resolve issues of a complex nature Strong verbal and written communication skills to effectively convey information and coordinate activities across various teams Leadership qualities to motivate and guide teams effectively, fostering a collaborative and productive work environment whilst building sustainable relationships Ability to adapt to changing project requirements, unexpected challenges, and dynamic shipyard environments. Demonstrated ability to collaborate with engineering, procurement, and operations teams to achieve common goals and objectives. Ability to obtain and maintain relevant Defence Clearances We believe in hiring for potential, we know that some candidates hesitate if they don't tick all the boxes. If this role interests you, but you don't meet all the criteria, we still encourage you to apply. About US You will be joining a workplace that truly cares about your wellbeing. Our people are diverse and we value the variety of perspectives this brings, we know that a culture that is inclusive and fosters a sense of belonging is a place we can all make the most of our unique talents and be our best. As Australia's largest defence company in a rapidly growing sector, you will be connected into a global team and encouraged to explore where your career might take you whether that is a traditional career path or squiggly one, there are infinite possibilities for you at BAE Systems Australia. We welcome applicants from all people regardless of sex, gender identity, race, ethnicity, disability, pregnancy, age, or other lived experience; and strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for all positions. We are proud to be recognised as an employer of choice for women by WORK180. Awarded the 2024 Quarter 1 Benchmarcx Triple R- Excellence In Candidate Experience Certification. As a member of the Circle Back Initiative we commit to respond to every applicant. To learn more about our competitive employee benefits, flexibility, other employment opportunities and what to expect from our recruitment process please visit: www.baesystemscareers.com.au Clearances As a Defence security clearance is required for this role, applicants must be Australian citizens and either possess or be eligible to obtain and maintain appropriate clearances. Further information regarding security clearances. • Thu, 16 MayBAE Systems
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