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Deputy Principal » Koondoola, Wanneroo Area - Independent Public School - North Metropolitan Education Region Marangaroo Primary School Deputy Principal Pool Ref IPS/DP896677 Level 3, $125,850 - $137,715 per annum (SEA GA 2021) Appointment Pool Advertised Vacancy Number IPS/DP896677 Marangaroo Primary School (PS) is seeking to establish a Deputy Principal pool for appointments to permanent and fixed term, full-time and part-time vacancies which may arise during the 2024 school year and up to the end of Term 2, 2025. Appointments can be made from the pool at any time for commencements within the 2024 school year, up to the end of Term 2, 2025. Marangaroo PS is a welcoming school that embraces diversity and individualised learning. With a current enrolment of 185 students, we aim to foster a culture of innovation and inclusion to build and develop our instructional approaches. We are committed to ensuring that every child progresses, and success is within everyone's reach. Situated on spacious grounds we are fortunate to have ample play spaces, a full-length oval and purpose-built early childhood facilities. The Deputy Principal will oversee development and review of whole school Operational Plans for all curriculum areas, and will have input into the school Assessment Schedule. A clear capacity to lead the analysis of data effectively, and experience in implementing whole school programs with fidelity will be highly regarded. With a clear focus on improving student outcomes, successful applicants will demonstrate an ability to lead change management and a focus on continuous whole school improvement. Whilst there is a strong focus on academic achievement, Marangaroo PS also seeks to support students' non-academic needs. Education is truly about the 'whole child'- meeting their emotional, physical and behavioural needs is essential if students are to be successful learners and happy children. A current focus for the school is on developing strong relationships with the community and on providing consistent, evidence-based instruction in classrooms. Deputy Principals at Marangaroo PS are expected to show strong leadership in this area. To complement this, we are currently beginning our journey towards implementing a behaviour management approach utilising PBS; experience in this area will be highly regarded but is not essential. Marangaroo PS proudly hosts a Specialist Learning Program for students with Autism. As such, we have a high number of students with Autism across the school. Working alongside the Program Co-ordinator to promote the inclusive values of the program, the Deputy Principal will ensure that clear and cohesive student services processes are in place to support both students within the SLP-ASD, and those with other learning needs. Successful applicants will be responsible for case management of students and liaison with the School Psychologist and other external providers. Critical to your success in this area will be an authentic ability to build relationships and communicate effectively with all stakeholders. Applicants should also note that our current Business Plan has been extended until the end of Semester 1, 2024 and is due to be updated pending the recommendations of the Public School Review. To be suitable for this role, you will need to demonstrate the following work related requirements: Capacity to provide effective leadership in a diverse range of educational settings; High level of interpersonal and public relations skills that demonstrate the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships to achieve planned outcomes; Professional knowledge and the ability to apply this knowledge to ensure a high level of educational outcomes for all students (e.g. Aboriginal students, students from diverse ethnic backgrounds and students with special needs). Capacity to manage staff, physical and financial resources. Applications will be assessed against the work related requirements of the position. The business needs of the school may also be considered. It is therefore recommended that you consider all information contained in the advertisement and any other related information before applying for the vacancy. 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. Further information about Marangaroo Primary School can be found by visiting marangarooprimaryschool.wa.edu.au or Schools Online Additional information about Independent Public Schools is also available here For further job related information: Please contact Thomas Bagnall, Principal, by telephoning (08) 9462 9999 or emailing thomas.bagnalleducation.wa.edu.au Application Instructions All applications are submitted online. Select " • Mon, 20 MayWestern Australia Government
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Deputy Principal » Australia - Independent Public School - South Metropolitan Education Region Marri Grove Primary School Deputy Principal 00035880 Level 3, $125,850 - $137,715 per annum (pro-rata) (SEA GA 2021) Advertised Vacancy Number: IPS/DP899681 This is a permanent full-time position commencing Term 3, 2024 Marri Grove Primary School (PS) is seeking a committed, resilient, highly motivated, and relational leader to fill this Deputy Principal role. Our school has been on a school improvement journey with a focus on high impact instruction through explicit direct instruction, Multi-Tiered System of Support with a focus on Positive Behaviour Support and inclusivity with an emphasis on students with complex needs. The ideal candidate should be adaptable and proficient in managing change, display a strong understanding of explicit direct instruction and have the ability to support and facilitate teacher growth. They should also possess a deep understanding of complex behaviour and multi-tiered systems of support. A background in Early Childhood education would be highly beneficial as a classroom teaching component is embedded in this role. As a high-performing leader, you will ideally work collaboratively with all staff and students and use your excellent interpersonal skills to contribute to a culture of high expectations where students and staff learn, grow and adjust to change. The successful applicant should possess the ability to think and plan strategically and identify innovative and practical solutions to challenges. You will engage and build productive and positive working relationships with students, parents and colleagues to strive towards achieving our vision and values outlined in our 'Business Plan 2024-2026' to improve outcomes for all students. Marri Grove PS is an Independent Public School that nurtures students in a safe and inclusive learning environment. At Marri Grove PS, we have high expectations for all children, and we are focused on providing children with every opportunity to succeed and develop the skills to become confident, lifelong leaders. Our school community includes families of many different backgrounds and cultures as well as many students with complex needs. This selection process will initially be used to fill the above vacancy. Applicants assessed as suitable during this selection process may be considered for other similar vacancies that occur throughout our school for up to 12 months following this initial appointment. This includes circumstances where this position becomes subsequently vacant should the successful applicant decline or vacate the advertised position. To be suitable for this role, you will need to demonstrate the following work related requirements (selection criteria): Capacity to provide effective leadership in a diverse range of educational settings; High level of interpersonal and public relations skills that demonstrate the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships to achieve planned outcomes; Professional knowledge and the ability to apply this knowledge to ensure a high level of educational outcomes for all students (e.g. Aboriginal students, students from diverse ethnic backgrounds and students with special needs). Capacity to manage staff, physical and financial resources. Applications will be assessed against these work related (selection criteria) of the position. The business needs of the school may also be considered. It is therefore recommended that you consider all information contained in the advertisement and any other related information before applying for the vacancy. 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. Further information about Marri Grove Primary School can be found by visiting www.marrigroveps.wa.edu.au or Schools Online Additional information about Independent Public Schools is also available here For further job related information: Please contact David Paine, Principal, by telephoning (08) 9526 4060 or emailing David.paineeducation.wa.edu.au Application Instructions All applications are submitted online. Select " • Sun, 09 JunWestern Australia Government
Principal Engineer » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About us Sportsbet's purpose is to bring excitement to life for its customers and we do this by over delivering on excitement through serious fun, disrupting the status quo and living our values. We're a flexible, progressive, open-minded, and inclusive employer with over 7000 cool, clever and curious people around the world. We're a global player, but in Melbourne, Sydney and Darwin we're tight knit, with 1000 of us bringing excitement to life every day. Our commitment to responsible gambling is genuine and demonstrated through the wide range of responsible gambling initiatives and tools - take a look: https://responsiblegambling.sportsbet.com.au/hc/en-us About the role Here at Sportsbet our Principal Engineers play a key leadership role in influencing the direction of shared capabilities, development practices and standards across the entire organization. Working with development teams to design and implement best practices for our new and existing platforms, our Principal Engineers take ownership of technology & tooling for effective and innovative product development. Be ready to fight for improvement, make compromises and celebrate your glorious victories About You We're looking for highly motivated individual, passionate, with excellent stakeholder engagement who will be empowered to innovate, coordinate and collaborate across the entire services community at Sportsbet. Join us and develop solutions to a wide variety of interesting and challenging engineering problems, guaranteeing the health of Sportsbet's most valuable customer platforms. Key requirements include: Provide technical leadership in terms of design and adoption of solution architectures, coding expertise, governance best practices and subject matter expertise Break complex problems into essential parts, drawing logical conclusions based on the evidence and data, clearly articulating the process and reasoning to upskills others Work closely with Enterprise Architecture to ensure alignment to broader Technology Strategy. Understand the long-term implications of technical decisions and can prioritize initiatives accordingly to drive organizational success. Previous experience developing and supporting scalable, maintainable, and performance-critical software Previous experience in multiple technical domains with a demonstrated ability to influence design and delivery of complex technical solutions The Perks We don't expect you to do all this for free, so along with a very competitive salary we will also provide you with: 25 days annual leave (a whole extra week of holidays) Tailored career development programs, as well as a commitment to developing Thought Leader and Specialist Talent programs Genuine flexible working and remote working policy Discounted gym memberships, free breakfast and loads of event and conference tickets and many more Best in class Parental Leave program with six months paid leave for Primary Carers Sportsbet is committed to ensuring we create employment opportunities that suit your lifestyle. We're open to discussing how this role might be performed in a part-time basis We're a flexible, progressive, open-minded, and inclusive employer who welcomes you for who you are, as you are. If this all sounds good, then we can't wait to connect with you… so please apply now LI-HYBRID • Sun, 09 JunFlutter Entertainment PLC
Principal Advisor » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group HR & Industrial Relations Classification AO7 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/QCAA38/2024 Closing date 16-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Up until 1 November 2024 Contact person Jo Grasso, Manager, People and Culture Unit Contact details jo.grassoqcaa.qld.edu.au Access the National Relay Service Major Responsibilities Appointments in the public sector focus on selecting the person best suited to the position and for equity and diversity. The QCAA is committed to fair treatment and equality of opportunity for all current and prospective employees. For this role, we will consider how well you: Plan, develop, lead, and evaluate significant and complex workforce projects and strategies to build organisational capability, ensuring responsiveness to meet the current and future needs of the organisation and best practice workforce management principles. Lead the development, design and facilitation of key learning and development projects including conducting a capability and development needs analysis, leadership development, and career progression strategy. Provide expert, strategic advice to senior management and stakeholders on issues affecting workforce planning and management within QCAA, including supporting the development of skills, capability and understanding in these areas. Partner with key stakeholders to assist in the management and resolution of complex workforce issues and to ensure the delivery of responsive, influential, and effective services. Manage individual complex employees including rehabilitation cases as required. Research and aanalyse risk, trends or improvement opportunities, research multiple sources of information to generate options and solutions consistent with contemporary practices and provide well informed evidence-based recommendations to drive quality decision making. Identify and collaborate in the development of workforce data and reporting to build capability in managers knowledge and management of workforce. Prepare high-quality written documentation such as policy documents, submissions for action, reports, briefing notes and other correspondence for senior stakeholders on a range of complex and confidential workforce management issues. Evaluate, develop, and implement a policy framework and associated workforce management processes to ensure compliance with legislative and industrial obligations, governance arrangements, mitigation of workplace risks, and continuous improvement in organisational outcomes. Coordinate the delivery of operational and strategic workforce planning and workforce compliance reporting accurately and in a timely manner with the Manager, People and Culture Unit. Collaborate in the leadership of the People and Culture Team to ensure coordinated and timely approaches to deliver business requirements across the organisation. As a leader, actively demonstrate and promote a workplace culture of gender equality, respectful relationships, diversity, inclusion, employee safety and support. What we are looking for Appointments in the public sector focus on selecting the person best suited to the position and for equity and diversity. The QCAA is committed to fair treatment and equality of opportunity for all current and prospective employees. Within the context of the responsibilities described above, the ideal candidates for these roles will demonstrate, in line with the Leadership competencies for Queensland: under the relevant leadership stream Team Leader (leading others) - Refer Role Description. Interested in applying? To enable us to assess your merit, your application should include: a brief letter (no more than 2 pages) telling us why you are interested in this role that is related to the leadership competencies, what you'll bring to the role and what you'll get out of it. a copy of your résumé (no more than 2 pages) that details your qualifications and experience, and the names of two work-related referees. Application format: Applications must be in Microsoft Word or PDF format only and use at least 11 point font size. Please ensure that the attachments are the correct version you want submitted as your application. Please ensure that all track changes are accepted on any documents you submit. The QCAA cannot accept the changes to your documents and will use the marked-up version. For further information, refer to the Information for applicant's document. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. AO7 Principal Advisor_PD_June 2024 (PDF, 240KB) Role Description QCAA Information for applicants from 8.1.24 (PDF, 718KB) Information Package for Applicants • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Principal Advisor » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Contract Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Justice & Legal Classification AO7 Workplace Location Brisbane - North Job ad reference QLD/570119 Closing date 30-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contract (5 Years) Contact person Elizabeth Foulger Contact details Elizabeth.Foulgerccc.qld.gov.au Access the National Relay Service About us We have a vision that our communities will be safe and supported by fair and ethical public institutions with a focus on those matters of highest threat to the Queensland community. As an organisation we are committed to this vision and as such our values of people, accountability, integrity, courage and excellence underpin everything we do at the CCC. What we offer At the CCC our people have access to a range of employee benefits that promote career development, enhance employee wellbeing and encourage a healthy and balanced work and home life. When you join the CCC you can access the following benefits: salary packaging 12.75% superannuation flexible work options, including working from home access to paid parental leave accrued time off opportunity to purchase leave 17.5% annual leave loading health and wellbeing program study assistance access to a wide variety of training opportunities free annual influenza vaccination six star rated inner city location close to public transport About you The ideal applicant will demonstrate capability in the following requirements: Exhibits understanding of the Commission's role with respect to Queensland public sector and working knowledge of, or the ability to rapidly acquire a working knowledge of, the Crime and Corruption Act 2001, the Public Interest Disclosure Act 2010, the Criminal Code (Old) and other relevant legislation and the Commission's policies and procedures. Highly developed analytical and problem-solving skills, demonstrated by experience in reviewing, analysing and reporting on complex issues, making high quality decisions and judgements and providing expert advice in a high pressure work environment. Highly developed, audience focused, interpersonal and oral communication skills including the ability to liaise, consult and negotiate effectively both within the Commission and with officers of other public sector agencies, to interview complainants in relation to the most complex and sensitive issues, and to participate in education programs, liaison activities and regional visits. Highly developed written communication skills including the ability to prepare clear and detailed reports and correspondence in relation to the most complex complaints and sensitive operational issues, and deliver clear and concise briefings to senior executives. Demonstrated ability to manage high volumes of work and deliver products within strict timeframes and demonstrated resilience in managing conflict. Demonstrated professionalism, personal drive, self-awareness and a commitment to personal development, adherence to organisational values and the code of conduct and displays resilience by focusing on achieving objectives in sometimes difficult circumstances. Demonstrated skills in leading and managing staff, including providing guidance, support, direction, training, professional development and performance feedback. Possession of tertiary qualifications relevant to the position is highly desirable. Qualifications acquired from an overseas educational institution will only be accepted where the qualification has been recognised to an equivalent level in accordance with the Australian Qualifications Framework. How to apply For more detailed information, including what is required to demonstrate your suitability for the role, refer to the attached role description. Pre-employment vetting forms a part of our selection process - you may be asked to provide detailed personal particulars and private interests information. For more information about our security vetting process please refer to How to apply | CCC - Crime and Corruption Commission Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. For more information about working with the CCC, visit www.ccc.qld.gov.au/careers Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. Role Description - AO7 Principal Advisor - Intake and Assessment - June 2024 (PDF, 393KB) Role Description • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government

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Principal Engineer » The Rocks, Sydney - About oOh: oOh is a leading operator in Australia and New Zealand's fast-growing Out Of Home advertising industry and our purpose is to make public spaces better We create deep engagement between people and brands through Unmissable location-based media solutions that inform, entertain and inspire. Our network is unparalleled, with a diverse portfolio of 37,000 classic and digital signs across roadside, retail, airport and place-based media offering in CBD office towers, cafés, bars and universities. Our Culture: Discover an organisation united by passion, respect, and imagination where you'll find rewarding opportunities, diverse experiences and an amazing culture. With 900 professionals dispersed across Australia and New Zealand, we're proud collaborators. You'll have the opportunity to work with talented and dedicated colleagues, while developing and expanding your career. In a community as diverse as ours, everyone here has an impact. You're encouraged to be bold and brave, to push the boundaries, to celebrate wins and also to learn from mistakes which is integral to innovation. Become part of a fun, open family that's unified and motivated by common goals and determination. You're supported and encouraged at oOh. There's always someone to help you when you need it The role: We are seeking a highly experienced and motivated Principal Engineer to lead the development and enhancement of our engineering culture and practices. This role is critical in fostering an environment of innovation, collaboration, and continuous improvement across our engineering teams. The Principal Engineer will work closely with leadership, engineering teams, and other stakeholders to implement best practices, mentor engineers, and drive the adoption of a high-performance engineering culture. Key responsibilities Leadership and Mentorship Act as a role model and mentor for engineers, providing guidance on best practices, career development, and technical skills.Foster a culture of knowledge sharing, continuous learning, and professional growth within the engineering teams. Engineering Practices Develop, implement, and refine engineering practices, processes, and standards to ensure high-quality software delivery. Promote the use of Agile methodologies, DevOps practices, and oOh Platform component. Lead initiatives to improve code quality, testing, and documentation practices across teams. Collaboration and Communication Facilitate effective communication and collaboration between engineering teams and other departments (e.g., product owners, delivery leads, analysts, operations). Organise and lead regular engineering meetings, workshops, and hackathons to encourage innovation and knowledge exchange. 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We also provide discounted gym memberships, clothing apparel and discounted online wellbeing retailers Celebrate You - Active Reward and Recognition Program for peer-to-peer kudos If you're curious, brave, and ready to leap into a career like no other, then apply now oOh actively seeks to include and values the unique talents, perspectives, experiences, and contributions of all people, and is committed to equality, diversity, and inclusion. We are committed to providing a work environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly and with respect. We celebrate our uniqueness and know that our strength lies in our different background, ideas, and perspectives. As an equal opportunity employer, we strongly encourage applications from all peoples, all cultures and all gender identities from Australia and New Zealand. oOh is committed to employing team members who align with our Values and who meet the requirements of the role. 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Principal Talent Data & Insights | Adelaide, Perth or Brisbane » Australia - of Principal Talent Data & Insights is to optimise talent management processes and support data-driven decision-making by ensuring... • Thu, 06 JunBHP
PRINCIPAL BAND A-4 - MIMILI ANANGU SCHOOL » Mimili, SA - Lands Tenure: 23/01/2025 to 26/01/2028 Fraction of time: 1.0 Classification: PRNA4 - Principal Band A-4 Conditions... • Thu, 06 JunDepartment for Education$163703 per year
Principal Experience Designer » Australia - Job Description: 48075 Principal Experience Designer 10 months Max Term role Barangaroo Office Location Dynamic... and supportive Team How will I help? As a Principal Experience Designer, you are a highly experienced role reporting directly... • Thu, 06 JunWestpac
Principal Policy Officer » Fremantle, WA - Policy team as a Principal Policy Officer. Working closely with key stakeholders across government and industry... • Thu, 06 JunGovernment of Western Australia$110309 - 121569 per year
Principal Full Stack Software Engineer » Perth, WA - technology leader who’ll lead our technological evolution within our dynamic DevSecOps environment. As a Principal Engineer..., security, infrastructure and service management leaders. Support modern delivery and engineering principal and practices... • Thu, 06 JunCommonwealth Bank of Australia
Principal Sales and Applications Engineer - Protection and Automation » Sydney, NSW - will be required. As the Principal Sales and Applications Engineer, you will play a crucial role in designing, implementing, and supporting... • Thu, 06 JunSiemens
Senior / Principal Civil Engineer - Land Development » Perth, WA - Job description Position: Senior / Principal Civil Engineer Location: Perth, WA Salary: $140K - 200K An opportunity... • Thu, 06 JunFetch Recruitment$140000 - 200000 per year
DEPUTY PRINCIPAL BAND B-2 - NARACOORTE PRIMARY SCHOOL » Wrattonbully, SA - : Wrattonbully Tenure: 23/01/2025 to 23/01/2030 Fraction of time: 1.0 Classification: DPNB2 - Deputy Principal Band B-2... • Thu, 06 JunDepartment for Education$129015 per year
Principal Engineer » Melbourne, VIC - : About the role Here at Sportsbet our Principal Engineers play a key leadership role in influencing the direction of shared... and implement best practices for our new and existing platforms, our Principal Engineers take ownership of technology & tooling... • Thu, 06 JunSportsbet
DEPUTY PRINCIPAL BAND B-3 - NAILSWORTH PRIMARY SCHOOL - (LEADING EFFECTIVE LEARNERS & PEDAGOGY F-6) » Adelaide, SA - /01/2028 Fraction of time: 1.0 Classification: DPNB3 - Deputy Principal Band B-3 Conditions: $137,486 per annum FTE... • Thu, 06 JunDepartment for Education$137486 per year
Principal Civil Engineer, Water » Melbourne, VIC - Title: Principal Civil Engineer, Water We support water customers across Australia to provide our communities... to some significant wins, we are seeking a Principal Civil Engineer with Water Industry Planning, Design or Construction Experience... • Thu, 06 JunKBR
Principal WHS Advisor - Cairns » Cairns, QLD - A06 Principal WHS Advisor - Cairns Great $$$ Start ASAP Opportunity to work in a Government Department The Client... • Thu, 06 JunPrecruitment
Principal Ecologist » Brisbane, QLD - . About the Opportunity As a Principal Ecologist, you will spearhead our ecological initiatives, providing leadership... • Thu, 06 JunUmwelt Australia
Principal Lawyer » Australia - The key duties of the position include We have an opportunity for a Principal Lawyer with significant commercial or generalist experience to join our high performing, collaborative and committed in-house Legal Services team. The Legal Services team is part of the Bureau's Organisational Resilience Program and occupies a position of trust within the Bureau. As a team, we're pragmatic, passionate and generous in sharing our knowledge and working together to get the best outcomes for the Bureau. We're respected for our advice and authority as advisors to Group Executives, General Managers, and teams across the Bureau. This is a role for someone who is proactive, strategic and a team-player. You will be the principal legal advisor on a broad range of commercial transactions and Bureau initiatives; advising on contractual, intellectual property, procurement, regulatory and other legal issues. You need to be comfortable working in a changing environment with multiple stakeholders, including Commonwealth agencies, state and territory departments, and the private sector. This is also an important leadership role in the Legal Services team. You will be working independently, exercising judgment to prioritise, triage and delegate work in a high-volume environment. You will also be responsible for selecting, briefing and managing external legal providers as appropriate and may also be required to manage, supervise and mentor team members. Ideally, you will have at least 7 years' post admission experience or equivalent. Previous in-house and government experience is highly regarded but not essential. The role reports to the Deputy General Counsel & Manager, Legal Services. • Thu, 06 JunAPS
Principal / Sr. Principal Software Engineer » Alice Springs, Alice Springs Area - Requisition ID: R10119304 - Category: Engineering - Location: Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia - Clearance Type: Polygraph - Telecommute: No- Teleworking not available for this position - Shift: Any (United States of America) - Travel Required: Yes, 10% of the Time - Relocation Assistance: Relocation assistance may be available - Positions Available: 2 At Northrop Grumman, our employees have incredible opportunities to work on revolutionary systems that impact people's lives around the world today, and for generations to come. Our pioneering and inventive spirit has enabled us to be at the forefront of many technological advancements in our nation's history - from the first flight across the Atlantic Ocean, to stealth bombers, to landing on the moon. We look for people who have bold new ideas, courage and a pioneering spirit to join forces to invent the future, and have fun along the way. Our culture thrives on intellectual curiosity, cognitive diversity and bringing your whole self to work - and we have an insatiable drive to do what others think is impossible. Our employees are not only part of history, they're making history. Strategic Space Systems Division (SSSD) is an industry-leading provider for launch systems capabilities serving national security, military, civil and commercial customers. We are built on a heritage of providing innovative, affordable and reliable aerospace and defense products that our customers rely on to achieve mission success. Join the Space revolution and make the impossible, possible. Northrop Grumman, Strategic Space Systems Division, has an opening for a Principal Software Engineer OR Sr. Principal Software Engineer to join our team of qualified, diverse individuals. This position will be located in Alice Springs, AU. This position can be filled at a level 3 or 4 This role requires a two (2) year commitment and the ability to successfully pass a physical and psychological exam. Ability to work odd and/or extended hours covering a 24/7 period and periodic 12-hour shifts. A comprehensive overseas compensation package is offered with this position including relocation assistance. Essential Functions: The software team in Alice Springs requires individuals with software engineering experience who can work in a structured, configuration controlled environment, primarily focused on the support and maintenance of real-time software applications. Qualified candidates will be responsible for evaluating operational software problems and providing immediate solutions to restore service. Responsibilities also include the integration and verification of new baselines. Qualified candidates must be able to work in a dynamic and fast paced team environment. Principal duties include, but are not limited to: - Support, maintenance and documentation of software applications - Determination of the operations feasibility of software modifications - Development of software tools to complement software maintenance activities - Verification that software standards are met - On-call 24/7 emergency anomaly response to support restoration of software operations Level 3 Basic Qualifications: - Bachelors of Science Degree in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math) discipline plus 5 years of engineering/technical experience OR a Masters of Science Degree in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math) discipline plus 3 years of engineering/technical experience - Demonstrated ability in PERL or other scripting languages - Experience with C++, Java, or Python programming languages - Proficiency with VMS or LINUX/UNIX operating systems - Active Top Secret/SCI or DoD Top Secret with an SSBI and counterintelligence polygraph examination Level 4 Basic Qualifications: - Bachelors of Science Degree in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math) discipline plus 9 years of engineering/technical experience OR a Masters of Science Degree in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math) discipline plus 7 years of engineering/technical experience - Demonstrated ability in PERL or other scripting languages - Experience with C++, Java, or Python programming languages - Proficiency with VMS or LINUX/UNIX operating systems - Active DoD Top Secret Clearance / SCI Access plus a counterintelligence (CI) polygraph examination. Preferred Qualifications: - Active DoD Top Secret Clearance / SCI Access with a counterintelligence (CI) polygraph examination adjudicated within the last five years - Possess strong self-initiative and ability to operate independently with minimal supervision - Demonstrated experience troubleshooting complex issues and possess ability to multi-task - Excellent communication, interpersonal skills, and the ability to interface with software, hardware, and systems test engineers, system administrators, and program/functional management. - Experience with Atlassian tools such as Jira, Git, Subversion, Confluence, etc. - Familiar with Agile Software methodologies (Scrum or Kanban) - Prior full lifecycle software development experience - Software applications engineering experience on Atlantis, Rodeo, Rushmore, COAST, or associated development contracts Salary Range: $95,100 - $142,700 Salary Range 2: $117,900 - $176,900 The above salary range represents a general guideline; however, Northrop Grumman considers a number of factors when determining base salary offers such as the scope and responsibilities of the position and the candidate's experience, education, skills and current market conditions. Employees may be eligible for a discretionary bonus in addition to base pay. Annual bonuses are designed to reward individual contributions as well as allow employees to share in company results. Employees in Vice President or Director positions may be eligible for Long Term Incentives. In addition, Northrop Grumman provides a variety of benefits including health insurance coverage, life and disability insurance, savings plan, Company paid holidays and paid time off (PTO) for vacation and/or personal business. The application period for the job is estimated to be 20 days from the job posting date. However, this timeline may be shortened or extended depending on business needs and the availability of qualified candidates. Northrop Grumman is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class. For our complete EEO/AA and Pay Transparency statement, please visit. U.S. Citizenship is required for all positions with a government clearance and certain other restricted positions. • Thu, 06 JunNorthrop Grumman
Principal - Corporate » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Marsh is seeking candidates for the following position based in Melbourne. Principal- Corporate What can you expect? We have an excellent opportunity for an experienced Principal with a strong background in account management in General Insurance, to join our corporate team. Our mission is to provide innovative, national, and international corporate insurance and risk management solutions meeting the individual needs of our clients in a cost effective, personal, and professional manner. Honan Insurance Group was wholly acquired by Marsh Pty Ltd in November 2023. What is in it for you? Marsh strongly believes in "Feeling comfortable bringing your whole self to work is a fundamental right of every colleague." We offer following benefits to our employees so they feel valued each day at work: Leading training and development program Brand new agile workspace Professional environment where your career path really matters and is supported in our global organization Great team environment with energetic and supportive colleagues We will count on you to: This is your opportunity to work with one of the fastest growing corporate insurance teams in Australasia. The chance to develop knowledge and further your career exists at Honan. Develop and maintain meaningful working relationships with insurers at a senior level. Maintain a portfolio of key revenue generating accounts. Ensure a high degree of quality customer service is provided to all clients. Manage the relationship development and coordination of product and service solutions specific to a group of accounts. Lead, plan and implement clear and effective renewal and broking strategies. Ensure that effective account retention and defense strategies are in place for all clients at all times to promote client retention. Maintain an active and direct involvement in all claim related matters. Track and report on new business opportunities. Contribute to continual process improvement, constantly challenging ways of operating with innovative ideas and solutions. What you need to have: 5 years experience of Corporate broking experience. Extensive knowledge of risks and controls across various business areas. Strong market presence within General Insurance. Tier 1 qualifications, mandatory. About Marsh: Marsh is the world's leading insurance broker and risk adviser. With more than 45,000 colleagues operating in more than 130 countries, Marsh serves commercial and individual clients with data driven risk solutions and advisory services. Marsh is a business of Marsh McLennan (NYSE: MMC), the leading global professional services firm in the areas of risk, strategy and people. With annual revenue of over $20 billion, Marsh McLennan helps clients navigate an increasingly dynamic and complex environment through four market-leading businesses: Marsh, Guy Carpenter, Mercer, and Oliver Wyman. For more information, visit marshmclennan.com, follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter. Marsh McLennan is committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible work environment. We aim to attract and retain the best people and embrace diversity of age, background, disability, ethnic origin, family duties, gender orientation or expression, marital status, nationality, parental status, personal or social status, political affiliation, race, religion and beliefs, sex/gender, sexual orientation or expression, skin color, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. At Marsh we recognise that our people have different priorities and commitments. We are passionate about providing an inclusive workplace that supports all of our employees in managing those priorities, and we celebrate the diversity of all the family groups that make up our extended Marsh family. Marsh is proud to be an accredited Family Friendly Workplace www.familyfriendlyworkplaces.com, and a Work 180 endorsed employer. For information on the benefits and policies at Marsh visit www.work180.com and search "Marsh" under endorsed employers. Please apply using the link below, applications will only be considered from candidates who have the appropriate approval to work in Australia. Successful applicants will be required to complete a Criminal & Bankruptcy check prior to commencement of employment. • Thu, 06 JunMarsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.
Locum Principal House Officer - Renal » Queensland - , Accommodation, Car Included)! Calling motivated Principal House Officers (PHOs) seeking a high-paying locum placement in the Renal... • Wed, 05 JunHealthcareLink
Principal Commercial Adviser » Adelaide, SA - Location: Keswick, South Australia About the role: The Principal Commercial Adviser is a key role in Aurizon's Bulk... • Wed, 05 JunAurizon
Principal Instrument Engineer » Perth, WA - Job Description: Wood is recruiting for multiple Principal Instrument and Controls Engineers to join our team in... and Torres Strait Islander peoples and Women to apply. If you are an experienced Principal Instrument & Controls Engineer... • Wed, 05 JunJohn Wood Group
PRINCIPAL BAND A -3 - O'SULLIVAN BEACH PS » O'sullivan Beach, SA - /2024 to 22/01/2025 Fraction of time: 1.0 Classification: PRNA3 - Principal Band A-3 Conditions: $154,721 per annum FTE... • Wed, 05 JunDepartment for Education$154721 per year
Principal Civil Engineer - Water Infrastructure » Melbourne, VIC - . About the Role: I have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Civil Engineer and Principal Civil Engineer with extensive Water... and train younger engineers on the job, while being supported by and learning from their group of Principal engineers who... • Wed, 05 JunDesign & Build Recruitment$150000 - 220000 per year
Principal Advisor, Planning & Environment » Melbourne, VIC - Principal Adviser, Planning and Environment, will work with the Director and Senior Planning and Environment Managers in the... • Wed, 05 JunSuburban Rail Loop Authority
Principal Engineer » Australia - The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) moves and connects people, places, goods and services safely, efficiently and effectively across Queensland. TMR’s vision is to create a single integrated transport system accessible to everyone and employs more than 9000 people who share a common value – to drive positive change and to make a difference. TMR is committed to reconciliation and creating a workplace that empowers Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples to thrive. We strongly encourage applicants from all life experiences and backgrounds to apply. As Principal Engineer (Seals Leader) your primary objective will be to provide leadership and guidance on sealing technology with the view to enhance the capability of the Department to deliver and maintain the road transport system across the state of Queensland. Your responsibilities will include: Leading and providing technical governance for bituminous sprayed seals and reseals, bituminous binders and microsurfacings, and related technologies Developing, undertaking and/or managing projects to increase technical knowledge of and levels of understanding of bituminous sprayed seals and reseals, bituminous binders and microsurfacings, and related technologies Representing the Department on relevant Austroads Technical Groups Leading and managing your team to deliver registration of suppliers/products, such as microsurfacing designs, precoating agents, adhesion agents, as well as documentation and systems related to these registrations Planning, managing and contributing to and reporting investigations into relevant road pavement failures To be successful in the role, you will possess: A four year- Washington Accord accredited Bachelor of Engineers (Civil) – or equivalent as assessed by Engineers Australia Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland (RPEQ) accreditation Unregistered applicants are encouraged to apply for the position, provided they are registered as an RPEQ with the Board of Professional Engineers of Queensland at the time of appointment Strong knowledge of road pavements and road pavement materials including unbound, and plant-mixed stabilised pavements High level interpersonal skills and the ability to form and manage relationships with a wide variety of stakeholders, both internal and external Demonstrable track record of leading teams and delivery technical projects This role is offered as a PO6 and is a permanent, fulltime position based in Brisbane, Queensland with flexible working arrangements on offer. If you meet the above criteria and are ready to take the next step in your career, apply today. For a confidential discussion and to obtain a copy of the role description, please contact Justin Bindman at Dean & Ling Executive on 07 3211 1018 or jbindmandeanling.com.au. Applications, including your resume and a synopsis of how your experience, abilities and knowledge are relevant to this role, can be submitted no later than close of business on Friday, 28 th June 2024 via the apply button. • Wed, 05 Jun
Principal Commercial » Perth CBD, Perth - DISCOVER A BRIGHTER FUTURE At South32, we're meeting the challenge of enabling a sustainable future through our focus on responsibly producing commodities critical for a low-carbon world. As a collaborative, caring and inclusive company, there's no better place to make a genuine difference. Together we're making a positive, global impact that has the potential to change lives. Whatever career path you choose, we'll support you every step of the way to learn, grow and succeed. So join us, step towards a brighter future and leave your legacy. ABOUT PERTH OFFICE South32's corporate office is based in the heart of Perth's CBD. The corporate office houses key functions including HR, Finance, Corporate Development, Investor Relations, Group Risk and Technical. Our office is conveniently located a 5-minute walk from the Perth Underground Train Station. WHAT SOUTH32 OFFERS 26 weeks full-paid, or 52 weeks half-paid parental leave for primary carers. Annual short-term incentive bonus that recognizes both your individual performance and the overall success of the business. The opportunity to become a shareholder of South32 through our share plans. Flexible work options include working from home, flexible hours & job sharing. ABOUT THE ROLE This is a 12-month fixed term full-time position, Monday through Friday. The Commercial Principal will be part of the Business Development team, which seeks to create, unlock and protect the value of South32's global operations. You will lead strategic opportunities by identifying, evaluating, prioritising and negotiating transactions on a value and risk basis to support the Company's business plan. Other key responsibilities include, but aren't limited to: Leading the development of negotiations mandates, business cases and transaction structures, interrogating and developing contractual agreements, coordinating cross functional teams, engaging with external counterparts and building commercial acumen across the business. Types of opportunities include: Expanding or acquiring additional capacity required or deriving commercial benefits from excess capacity of existing assets. Exploring opportunities to generate value by partnering/collaborating with adjacent operations or external parties to maximise utilisation of assets, equipment or infrastructure. Ensuring timely access to land/ mineral rights for the development of mining areas and infrastructure to support the long-term mine plan. Greenfield exploration 'farm-in' arrangements, joint ventures and innovation partnerships. ABOUT YOU You will have experience and demonstrate capability in the following: Several years' experience in a commercial environment is essential. Experience in developing commercial strategies and leading high-value strategic negotiations. Combination of strategic and innovative thinking capability, with balanced commercial judgement. Understanding of discount cash flow and valuations methodologies. Experience in transaction structuring and transaction/project management. Effective communication skills (both written and verbal), including experience in presenting to and influencing senior management. Qualifications for this position are: Bachelor's degree in Business, Commerce, Finance, Law or related disciplines South32 is committed to building and maintaining an inclusive and diverse workforce that reflects the communities in which we operate. We provide a recruitment process that is fair, equitable and accessible for all and we encourage candidates from all backgrounds to apply. This job advert will close on 14th June 2024 • Tue, 04 JunSOUTH32 LIMITED
HSE Principal » Perth CBD, Perth - Whittens is an Australian owned and operated multidisciplined civil construction company, proudly offering over 23 years' experience throughout Western Australia, New South Wales, South Australia and Queensland. With a growing reputation, we continue to partner with some of Australia's major Infrastructure, Mining, Oil and Gas and Defence clients, specialising in the delivery of large scale and technically complex concrete construction, roadworks, earthworks and piping works projects. Our mission, as an agile and people centric business, is to be the market leader in civil contracting, achieving sustainable growth through high performing people who safely deliver successful project outcomes for their clients. At Whittens we live by our philosophy of 'Keeping Our Mates Safe' (KOMS) and are proud of our strong safety culture. Underpinning our philosophy is our KOMS Framework that encompasses a raft of health and safety initiatives that are designed to manage our HSE risks, recognize and reward our workers, learn from our experiences and engage and listen to our people. We are currently recruiting a HSE Principal to join our Head Office in Osborne Park, Perth. Reporting to the Executive HSE Manager, this role is responsible for assisting our Corporate HSE team in completion of tasks essential to the business functional needs and as required provide operational support to project teams to deliver safe projects nation-wide. About the Role: This exciting and dynamic role will involve a hybrid of corporate HSE tasks and operational support tasks, including, but not limited to the following: Completion of pre-contract/ tendering HSE documentation that requires technical HSE knowledge and experience e.g. Client specific Management Plans Review pre-employment medicals Review Subcontractor HSE Pre-Qualifications submissions Assist with collection and analysis of HSE reports Conduct Company HSE training including, off-site and on-site Assist with the review, development and continuous improvement of the HSE Management System Maintain the Company HSE Legal Register and send notifications of any changes that impact the Company/ Projects Auditing the effective implementation of HSE requirements on our projects As required assist with project launch, including development of project specific HSE start-up checklists, completion of deliverables e.g. facilitate risk workshops and coordinating meetings to ensure successful mobilisation Offer technical support and coach project teams in ensuring project specific and management system HSE requirements are well understood and implemented Review incident investigations and ensure root causes and corrective actions are identified and lessons learned communicated across the Company Visit projects and complete inspections and reviews e.g. high risk task inspections, Company change management implementation etc. Providing off-site and on-site support to projects as required ABOUT YOU Demonstrated experience in a Corporate HSE role in the Civil Contractor or Construction industry with exposure to remote construction sites -Must HSE advisor field experience -Must Degree qualified in Health, Safety and Environment space or similar - Preferred Experience in pre-employment medical reviews - Preferred Experience in developing HSE related tendering documentation - Preferred High-level technical safety skills, including incident investigation (ICAM) and Lead Auditing capability Collaborative and team based player An energetic, autonomous person who can adapt to a dynamic work environment Ability to travel to national sites as required What we offer Whittens are committed to investing in our people, offering learning and development opportunities to build on the skills and experience you bring. With a pipeline of future works secured, you can be assured, this is a great opportunity to elevate yourself and Whittens to the next level In return, you will be rewarded with the following: Generous and competitive salary package paid weekly Established and high performing collaborative HSE team Osborne Park location Flexible work arrangements An inclusive and safe culture that nurtures collaboration Discounted Health insurance Novated Lease options Paid Parental Leave scheme Safety is a core value at Whittens and you would be joining a team where the HSET and Operational Business Units work seamlessly together to deliver exceptional performance. Whittens is committed to workplace diversity. We support women in civil construction, champion Indigenous partnerships and encourage people of all cultural backgrounds to apply. Please note that this role is being sourced through Whittens directly and we will not accept applications via external recruitment agencies. • Mon, 03 JunWhittens Group
Deputy Principal » West End, Geraldton - Mid West Education Region Mount Tarcoola Primary School Deputy Principal 00009796 Level 3, $125,850 - $137,715 per annum (SEA GA 2021) Advertised Vacancy Number: SS/DP892318 This is a permanent full-time position commencing Term 3, 2024 Mount Tarcoola Primary School is seeking a high performing instructional leader with a strong moral purpose to fill the role of Deputy Principal. The successful applicant will ideally demonstrate professional integrity, possess strong interpersonal skills and display a positive mindset to change management. Members of the leadership team will regularly make difficult decisions and have fierce conversations, always with positive student outcomes placed at the forefront. As a Deputy Principal at Mount Tarcoola Primary School, you will be responsible for driving a school improvement agenda to maximise student success. Implementing a Multi-Tiered System of Support with a focus on Positive Behaviour Support and inclusivity for students with complex needs will be a key component of the role. In collaboration with the principal and leadership team, you will work to ensure teachers are creating successful learning environments to prioritise learning for every student in our school. A clear view of quality teaching, particularly in the Early Childhood setting and proven experiences in setting the right conditions for teachers to cater for students with diverse learning needs, is highly desirable. The successful applicant will be supporting teachers to implement evidence based whole school programs in core curriculum areas and effective strategies that pedagogically lower the cognitive load of our students. You will have experience in leading pedagogical change, knowledge of the science of learning and understanding of the Department of Education's Teaching for Impact documents. As a Deputy Principal at Mount Tarcoola Primary School, you should hold a strong desire to work closely with teachers through classroom observations, feedback sessions and structured learning sprints. You will be required to work collaboratively to meet the social and emotional needs of our 390 students, 22% of whom identify as Aboriginal. Mount Tarcoola Primary School has a positive reputation in the community. Established in 1978, the school has a proud history of servicing the community. 'Reliability' is our moto for building a strong and vibrant school culture that reflects teamwork and respect. This selection process will initially be used to fill the above vacancy. Applicants assessed as suitable during this selection process may be considered for other similar vacancies that occur throughout our school for up to 12 months following this initial appointment. This includes circumstances where this position becomes subsequently vacant should the successful applicant decline or vacate the advertised position. To be suitable for this role, you will need to demonstrate the following work related requirements: Capacity to provide effective leadership in a diverse range of educational settings. High level of interpersonal and public relations skills that demonstrate the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships to achieve planned outcomes. Professional knowledge and the ability to apply this knowledge to ensure a high level of educational outcomes for all students (e.g. Aboriginal students, students from diverse ethnic backgrounds and students with special needs). Capacity to manage staff, physical and financial resources. Applications will be assessed against the work related requirements of the position. The business needs of the school may also be considered. It is therefore recommended that you consider all information contained in the advertisement and any other related information before applying for the vacancy. 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. Further information about Mount Tarcoola Primary School can be found by visiting mttarcoola.wa.edu.au or Schools Online. Additional information about Independent Public Schools is also available here For further job related information: You are encouraged to contact Helen Barnes, Principal, for further information about this employment opportunity, including information about living and working in Permanent, by telephoning (08) 9968 1100 or emailing helen.barneseducation.wa.edu.au Application Instructions All applications are submitted online. Select " • Mon, 03 JunWestern Australia Government
Principal Investigator » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Justice & Legal Classification AO7 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/OMB07/24 Closing date 11-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Permanent Contact person Kylie Faulkner Contact details 07 3005 7012 or jobsombudsman.qld.gov.au Access the National Relay Service Principal Investigators may come from a variety of professional backgrounds. Relevant expertise in public administration and/or administrative law and the conduct of investigations is required for this role. Key responsibilities: As a Principal Investigator, you could work in a range of roles within the Office. Depending on the Office's needs, your work could involve operating individually and/or leading others to: Manage complaint assessments. Facilitate identification of effective resolution pathways for individual complaints. Lead complex and sensitive investigations of public sector administrative actions. Provide high level advice to senior managers about complaints and investigations; and make recommendations to address maladministration including serious and systemic issues. Conduct internal reviews of completed investigations. Proactively communicate and negotiate with stakeholders throughout an investigation, or internal review, and manage contentious stakeholder communication. Prepare correspondence detailing reasons for decisions and develop reports for different audiences, including public sector agencies and the Parliament. Contribute to identifying systemic issues from complaints received, investigations or reviews. Provide technical supervision and help build investigative capability by coaching and mentoring. Contribute to a positive and productive team environment. Collaborate with the Deputy Ombudsman and internal stakeholders to build a culture of continuous improvement in the Office. You will be expected to: Work collaboratively across the Office, participating in meetings and training programs, and actively monitoring, reviewing and assisting with improvements to policy, procedure, process and administrative practice across the Office and stakeholder agencies. Work in accordance with the Office's Code of Conduct and values; workplace health and safety legislation; confidentiality policies; all other relevant policies, directives and legislation. Meet personal performance expectations and standards. Undertake other duties as directed by relevant senior officers. Are you the right person for the job? Appointments to the Office are based on merit. We will assess your merit for this role by looking at what you have done previously - the knowledge, abilities, skills and experience you have built, your potential for development and how this will benefit the work of the Office. Within the context of this role, the ideal applicant will be someone who demonstrates: Vision: Understands how the organisation's role and purpose relates to their own work and the work of the team. Prioritises projects and tasks efficiently, in line with team commitments. Role models professional conduct, positivity, work focus and respect for others. Remains composed under pressure, accepts decision-making responsibility and understands when to escalate issues. Results: Communicates effectively, taking account of the needs of different stakeholders, builds rapport and establishes good working relationships. Achieves results through careful planning and organisation. Coaches and mentors team members to enable the achievement of shared outcomes. Accountability: Supports team members in their work within legislative and policy frameworks. Analyses information, identifies risks and evaluates possible solutions to mitigate risks. Models commitment to improving performance through self-reflection, feedback, sharing expertise and learning. Technical expertise: Expert knowledge and experience in public administration and/or administrative law; expertise in the investigation of complex and/or sensitive complaints and/or review of administrative decisions. Qualifications It is highly desirable that applicants have a qualification in a relevant area (such as public administration, policy, law, investigation) at tertiary, diploma or certificate level from a recognised institution and/or have relevant technical experience. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. APPLICANTS ARE TO • Sat, 01 JunQueensland Government
Principal-Corporate » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Company: Marsh Description: Marsh is seeking candidates for the following position based in the Melbourne office. Principal- Corporate What can you expect? We have an excellent opportunity for an experienced Principal with a strong background in account management in General Insurance, to join our corporate team. Our mission is to provide innovative, national, and international corporate insurance and risk management solutions meeting the individual needs of our clients in a cost effective, personal, and professional manner. What is in it for you? Marsh strongly believes in "Feeling comfortable bringing your whole self to work is a fundamental right of every colleague." We offer following benefits to our employees so they feel valued each day at work: Leading training and development program. Modern and agile workspace. Professional environment where your career path really matters and is supported in our global organization. Great team environment with energetic and supportive colleagues. We will count on you to: This is your opportunity to work with one of the fastest growing corporate insurance teams in Australasia. In this role you will: Develop and maintain meaningful working relationships with insurers at a senior level. Maintain a portfolio of key revenue generating accounts. Ensure a high degree of quality customer service is provided to all clients. Manage the relationship development and coordination of product and service solutions specific to a group of accounts. Lead, plan and implement clear and effective renewal and broking strategies. Ensure that effective account retention and defence strategies are in place for all clients at all times to promote client retention. Maintain an active and direct involvement in all claim related matters. Work in partnership with our Growth team on new business opportunities. Contribute to continual process improvement, constantly challenging ways of operating with innovative ideas and solutions. What you need to have: 7 years experience of Corporate broking experience. Extensive knowledge of risks and controls across various business areas. Strong market presence within General Insurance. Tier 1 qualifications, mandatory. About Marsh: Marsh is the world's leading insurance broker and risk adviser. With more than 45,000 colleagues advising clients in over 130 countries, Marsh serves commercial and individual clients with data-driven risk solutions and advisory services. Marsh is a business of Marsh McLennan (NYSE: MMC), the world's leading professional services firm in the areas of risk, strategy and people. With annual revenue of $23 billion, Marsh McLennan helps clients navigate an increasingly dynamic and complex environment through four market-leading businesses: Marsh, Guy Carpenter, Mercer, and Oliver Wyman. For more information, visit marshmclennan.com, follow us on LinkedIn and X. Applications will only be accepted from candidates who have the appropriate approval to work in Australia. Successful applicants will be required to complete Criminal Record check prior to commencement of employment. Marsh McLennan is committed to embracing a diverse, inclusive and flexible work environment. We aim to attract and retain the best people regardless of their sex/gender, marital or parental status, ethnic origin, nationality, age, background, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. At Marsh we recognise that our people have different priorities and commitments. We are passionate about providing an inclusive workplace that supports all our employees in managing those priorities, and we celebrate the diversity of all the family groups that make up our extended Marsh family. Marsh is proud to be an accredited Family Friendly Workplace www.familyfriendlyworkplaces.com, and a Work 180 endorsed employer. For information on the benefits and policies at Marsh visit www.work180.com and search "Marsh" under endorsed employers. • Sat, 01 JunClark Insurance
Deputy Principal » Wickham, Newcastle Area - Independent Public School - Pilbara Education Region Wickham Primary School Deputy Principal 00014586 Level 3, $125,850 - $137,715 per annum (SEA GA 2021) Advertised Vacancy Number: IPS/DP895334 This is a six (6) month fixed term, full-time position commencing Term 3, 2024 with possible extension and/or permanency. The successful applicant will provide educational leadership in the school and the community by helping develop and promote the school's values, ethos, and priorities and encouraging staff, volunteers from the community, and others to share ownership of the school's vision and goals. They will use effective change management strategies to assist the school community in accepting and developing opportunities for improved service. The successful applicant will assist the school Principal in facilitating workforce effectiveness in leading and motivating staff in planning directed at improving student outcomes and the level of service delivered by the school. They will contribute to developing the School Plan through participative decision-making, including assisting in developing policy and establishing and maintaining systems. The successful applicant will provide educational leadership in the school and the community by helping develop and promote the school's values, ethos, and priorities and encouraging staff, volunteers from the community, and others to share ownership of the school's vision and goals. For more than 45 years, Wickham Primary School has offered a high-quality education for our Kindergarten to Year 6 students. We value a safe, friendly, and inclusive learning environment for staff, students and their families. Our school is an established and integral part of the small-town community spirit that defines Wickham. Our highly experienced staff build solid relationships with students and parents by implementing our whole-school positive behaviour support program of High Expectations, Respect for all and Safety. Through these partnerships, we are committed to helping children reach their full potential in all educational areas while supporting their social and emotional well-being. Our programs are enhanced through collaboration with associated professionals, including support staff, school psychologists and community volunteers. Wickham Primary offers various specialist programs, including physical education, music, and Indonesian. Talk-4-Write is a whole-school evidence-based approach to transform students' reading, writing and vocabulary skills. All school staff are committed to our whole-school programs and our strong focus on a positive school culture. This selection process will initially be used to fill the above vacancy. Applicants assessed as suitable during this selection process may be considered for other similar vacancies that occur throughout our school for up to 12 months following this initial appointment. This includes circumstances where this position becomes subsequently vacant should the successful applicant decline or vacate the advertised position. To be suitable for this role, you will need to demonstrate the following work related requirements: Capacity to provide effective leadership in a diverse range of educational settings; Professional knowledge and the ability to apply this knowledge to ensure a high level of educational outcomes for all students (e.g. Aboriginal students, students from diverse ethnic backgrounds and students with special needs). Capacity to manage staff, physical and financial resources. Applications will be assessed against the work-related requirements of the position. The business needs of the school may also be considered. It is therefore recommended that you consider all information contained in the advertisement and any other related information before applying for the vacancy. 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. Further information about Wickham Primary School can be found by visiting www.wickhamprimaryschool.wa.edu.au or Schools Online Additional information about Independent Public Schools is also available here For further job-related information: Please contact Alycia Groth, Deputy Principal by telephoning (08) 9185 8500 or emailing Alycia.Grotheducation.wa.edu.au Application Instructions All applications are submitted online. Select " • Sat, 01 JunWestern Australia Government
Associate Principal » Forrestfield, Kalamunda Area - Independent Public School - South Metropolitan Education Region Darling Range Sports College Associate Principal 00003357 Level 4, $141,644 - $150,644 per annum (pro-rata) (SEA GA 2021) Advertised Vacancy Number: IPS/DP898925 This is a permanent full-time position commencing Term 3, 2024. We are looking for an applicant who ideally has outstanding communication and interpersonal skills and who is committed to achieving optimal outcomes for all students. These skills will see you negotiate effectively and build and maintain strong relationships with all stakeholders, as we continue to grow the college. The ideal applicant would be someone highly motivated, energetic, with a sense of humour, and who displays the qualities needed to bring people together, inspire confidence, identify opportunities, and establish new initiatives. The Associate Principal will ideally be dynamic, highly visible and a proven high performer with demonstrated successful leadership and management experience and strong professional knowledge. Knowledge and experience in Student Services, Classroom Management Strategies (CMS), instructional leadership, coaching and mentoring, and classroom observation and feedback is highly desirable. In addition, an understanding of both policy and policy implementation strategies focused on the health and well-being of staff and students is essential. With the commitment and desire to create and sustain a student-centred learning environment, you should identify and implement strategies to meet the diverse needs of students and their families. You will ideally communicate effectively and with diplomacy and modify your leadership style to obtain the best outcomes from all; whilst modelling and promoting the school's vision and values to develop a staff culture dedicated to the success of all students. As an integral member of the leadership team, you goal will be to establish and maintain collaborative and respectful relationships with a range of stakeholders across the school community, including effective partnerships with external agencies, to ensure all students' needs are met. You should consistently model, support, and promote positive relationships between students, parents/caregivers and staff and engage parents/caregivers and the wider community in the educational work of the school. Darling Range SC is a Positive Behaviour School that encourages resilient and independent students. The ability to build and maintain safe, positive learning environments where students flourish is important for our students' success. Effective classroom management is critical in this role. This selection process will initially be used to fill the above vacancy. Applicants assessed as successful during this selection process may be considered for other similar vacancies that occur throughout our school for up to 12 months following this initial appointment. This includes circumstances where this position becomes subsequently vacant should the successful applicant decline or vacate the advertised position. To be successful for this role, you will need to demonstrate the following work related requirements: Capacity to provide effective leadership in a diverse range of educational settings; High level of interpersonal and public relations skills that demonstrate the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships to achieve planned outcomes; Professional knowledge and the ability to apply this knowledge to ensure a high level of educational outcomes for all students (e.g. Aboriginal students, students from diverse ethnic backgrounds and students with special needs). Capacity to manage staff, physical and financial resources. Applications will be assessed against the work related requirements of the position. The business needs of the school may also be considered. It is therefore recommended that you consider all information contained in the advertisement and any other related information before applying for the vacancy. 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. Further information about Darling Range Sports College can be found by visiting darlingrangesc.wa.edu.au or Schools Online Additional information about Independent Public Schools is also available here For further job related information: Please contact Rob Lawson, Principal, by telephoning (08) 9453 0100 or emailing Rob.lawsoneducation.wa.edu.au. Application Instructions All applications are submitted online. Select " • Sat, 01 JunWestern Australia Government
Principal-Corporate » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Marsh is seeking candidates for the following position based in the Melbourne office. Principal- Corporate What can you expect? We have an excellent opportunity for an experienced Principal with a strong background in account management in General Insurance, to join our corporate team. Our mission is to provide innovative, national, and international corporate insurance and risk management solutions meeting the individual needs of our clients in a cost effective, personal, and professional manner. What is in it for you? Marsh strongly believes in "Feeling comfortable bringing your whole self to work is a fundamental right of every colleague." We offer following benefits to our employees so they feel valued each day at work: Leading training and development program. Modern and agile workspace. Professional environment where your career path really matters and is supported in our global organization. Great team environment with energetic and supportive colleagues. We will count on you to: This is your opportunity to work with one of the fastest growing corporate insurance teams in Australasia. In this role you will: Develop and maintain meaningful working relationships with insurers at a senior level. Maintain a portfolio of key revenue generating accounts. Ensure a high degree of quality customer service is provided to all clients. Manage the relationship development and coordination of product and service solutions specific to a group of accounts. Lead, plan and implement clear and effective renewal and broking strategies. Ensure that effective account retention and defence strategies are in place for all clients at all times to promote client retention. Maintain an active and direct involvement in all claim related matters. Work in partnership with our Growth team on new business opportunities. Contribute to continual process improvement, constantly challenging ways of operating with innovative ideas and solutions. What you need to have: 7 years experience of Corporate broking experience. Extensive knowledge of risks and controls across various business areas. Strong market presence within General Insurance. Tier 1 qualifications, mandatory. About Marsh: Marsh is the world's leading insurance broker and risk adviser. With more than 45,000 colleagues advising clients in over 130 countries, Marsh serves commercial and individual clients with data-driven risk solutions and advisory services. Marsh is a business of Marsh McLennan (NYSE: MMC), the world's leading professional services firm in the areas of risk, strategy and people. With annual revenue of $23 billion, Marsh McLennan helps clients navigate an increasingly dynamic and complex environment through four market-leading businesses: Marsh, Guy Carpenter, Mercer, and Oliver Wyman. For more information, visit marshmclennan.com, follow us on LinkedIn and X. Applications will only be accepted from candidates who have the appropriate approval to work in Australia. Successful applicants will be required to complete Criminal Record check prior to commencement of employment. Marsh McLennan is committed to embracing a diverse, inclusive and flexible work environment. We aim to attract and retain the best people regardless of their sex/gender, marital or parental status, ethnic origin, nationality, age, background, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. At Marsh we recognise that our people have different priorities and commitments. We are passionate about providing an inclusive workplace that supports all our employees in managing those priorities, and we celebrate the diversity of all the family groups that make up our extended Marsh family. Marsh is proud to be an accredited Family Friendly Workplace www.familyfriendlyworkplaces.com, and a Work 180 endorsed employer. For information on the benefits and policies at Marsh visit www.work180.com and search "Marsh" under endorsed employers. • Fri, 31 MayMarsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.
Principal Investigator » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Principal Investigators may come from a variety of professional backgrounds. Relevant expertise in public administration and/or administrative law and the conduct of investigations is required for this role. Key responsibilities: As a Principal Investigator, you could work in a range of roles within the Office. Depending on the Office's needs, your work could involve operating individually and/or leading others to: Manage complaint assessments. Facilitate identification of effective resolution pathways for individual complaints. Lead complex and sensitive investigations of public sector administrative actions. Provide high level advice to senior managers about complaints and investigations; and make recommendations to address maladministration including serious and systemic issues. Conduct internal reviews of completed investigations. Proactively communicate and negotiate with stakeholders throughout an investigation, or internal review, and manage contentious stakeholder communication. Prepare correspondence detailing reasons for decisions and develop reports for different audiences, including public sector agencies and the Parliament. Contribute to identifying systemic issues from complaints received, investigations or reviews. Provide technical supervision and help build investigative capability by coaching and mentoring. Contribute to a positive and productive team environment. Collaborate with the Deputy Ombudsman and internal stakeholders to build a culture of continuous improvement in the Office. You will be expected to: Work collaboratively across the Office, participating in meetings and training programs, and actively monitoring, reviewing and assisting with improvements to policy, procedure, process and administrative practice across the Office and stakeholder agencies. Work in accordance with the Office's Code of Conduct and values; workplace health and safety legislation; confidentiality policies; all other relevant policies, directives and legislation. Meet personal performance expectations and standards. Undertake other duties as directed by relevant senior officers. Are you the right person for the job? Appointments to the Office are based on merit. We will assess your merit for this role by looking at what you have done previously - the knowledge, abilities, skills and experience you have built, your potential for development and how this will benefit the work of the Office. Within the context of this role, the ideal applicant will be someone who demonstrates: Vision: Understands how the organisation's role and purpose relates to their own work and the work of the team. Prioritises projects and tasks efficiently, in line with team commitments. Role models professional conduct, positivity, work focus and respect for others. Remains composed under pressure, accepts decision-making responsibility and understands when to escalate issues. Results: Communicates effectively, taking account of the needs of different stakeholders, builds rapport and establishes good working relationships. Achieves results through careful planning and organisation. Coaches and mentors team members to enable the achievement of shared outcomes. Accountability: Supports team members in their work within legislative and policy frameworks. Analyses information, identifies risks and evaluates possible solutions to mitigate risks. Models commitment to improving performance through self-reflection, feedback, sharing expertise and learning. Technical expertise: Expert knowledge and experience in public administration and/or administrative law; expertise in the investigation of complex and/or sensitive complaints and/or review of administrative decisions. Qualifications It is highly desirable that applicants have a qualification in a relevant area (such as public administration, policy, law, investigation) at tertiary, diploma or certificate level from a recognised institution and/or have relevant technical experience. • Wed, 29 MayQueensland Government
Assistant Principal » Alice Springs Area, Darwin Region - As a member of the educational leadership team the Assistant Principal is responsible for providing quality educational leadership, developing educator proficiency in curriculum delivery, and supporting positive behaviour and engagement. • Wed, 29 MayNorthern Territory Government
Principal Engineer » Sydney, Sydney Region - Step into a career-defining role that will draw on your commercial acumen, infrastructure sector experience, and knack for advisory. We are looking for an experienced, motivated Associate/Senior Civil Engineer who blends technical capability with a passion for communication and client liaison. This is a great opportunity for a Senior Civil Engineer/Associate to step up into a Civil Discipline leadership role. Highly competitive salary package, with a clear progression pathway to Director and share/equity shareholder. ABOUT YOUR NEW COMPANY Join a culture-focused consultancy with an excellent track record of providing value across a range of key projects throughout Australia, particularly in urban development including building projects, subdivision, roads, pavements and public domains areas. This leading consultancy partners with several tier one companies, offering engineering and project management expertise across all project phases. ABOUT YOUR NEW ROLE As Civil Discipline Leader, your key focus will be to apply and develop your technical skills to creatively tackle complex engineering problems and whilst empowering your team You will have a high degree of responsibility, traversing: Team leadership - lead, grow and empower the team through hiring, mentoring and sharing insights Manage projects (including resource, financial and risk aspects), ensuring the delivery of high-quality results from proposals through to project completion documentation. Design process - civil design works for urban development including building projects, subdivision, roads, pavements and public domains areas. Oversight hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, water quality modeling, design of minor and major drainage systems, design of OSD systems and WSUD strategy development. Manage and develop key client relationships through the delivery of high-quality work and great client and project partner experiences Interface management, preparing technical reports and liaison with clients, authorities and sub-consultants daily Contribute to the development of business goals, initiatives, and targets in line with the business strategy ABOUT YOU We are looking for strong communicators with a solid understanding of civil engineering and proven experience. 10-15 years' experience in engineering in Australia, particularly design experience Professional Engineer (CPEng) with an advanced understanding of the Australian Building Codes and standard and their practical application, conversant with Autocad Civil 3D, 12D Music, Drains and XP-RAFTS Business development and relationship management Managing the team's portfolio and quality outcomes Superlative communication skills, both written and verbal - especially in technical report writing. YOUR BENEFITS AND PERKS This organisation is intent on creating a positive workplace culture and rewarding you for your expertise. People Centric - culture they have fun and provide a flexible working environment Highly competitive salary package plus clear pathway to Director and share/equity shareholder A vibrant and social workplace that promotes curiosity and innovation Potential to form part of the senior leadership team, involving future shareholder options Consistent, ongoing training within an experienced and supportive environment Chance to lead a team and mentor junior engineers and designers Make an impact in a key position and take control of the design process Partner with tier-one clients on a national project roll-outs WHAT TO DO NOW Ready to tackle a new challenge and step into a leadership role? Apply now by sending your resume to alextalent-edge.com.au or call 0417131897 for a chat about the role. We are currently recruiting several engineering roles, so please feel free to reach out to discuss this and other opportunities. • Wed, 29 MayTalent Edge
Principal Lawyer » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Conduct a professional legal practice as a specialist practitioner and undertake the range of legal work set out in the technical skills, abilities and cultural capability section, in respect of the areas of law identified. When required provide supervision and guidance to other members of the practice in conduct of legal matters. As required, assist in: The provision of legal training to officers of client Departments; Promoting Crown Law services to client Departments; The provision of legal training to officers of Crown Law; The provision of specialist advice and guidance on questions of law and practice to other officers within the Legal Practice Group; Liaising with officers of Government Departments, Corporations and Instrumentalities; Negotiate skilfully in tough situations, winning concessions without damaging relationships; and Write and communicate clearly, succinctly in a variety of settings to convey messages that will achieve a desired effect. Participate in and maintain a proactive approach to Self-Development, including: Achievement of CPD points; and Participation in Crown Law's performance management and development framework and any feedback processes. Job Ad Reference: QLD/567557/24 Closing Date: Tuesday, 11 June 2024 • Tue, 28 MayQueensland Government
Deputy Principal » Kingsford, Eastern Suburbs - Independent Public School - South Metropolitan Education Region Kensington Secondary School Deputy Principal Pool Ref IPS/DP895188 Level 3, $125,850 - $137,715 per annum (SEA GA 2021) Appointment Pool Advertised Vacancy Number IPS/DP895188 Kensington Secondary School is seeking to establish a pool of dedicated and innovative Deputy Principals for appointments to permanent and fixed term, full-time and part-time vacancies which may arise during the 2024 school year and up to the end of Term 2, 2025. Appointments can be made from the pool at any time for commencements within the 2024 school year, up to the end of Term 2, 2025. In this role, suitable applicants should support teaching staff to develop and deliver personalised learning plans, that ensure for literacy, numeracy and social skills development and a range of collaboratively developed strategies in response to individual needs. The Deputy Principal should have a deep understanding of the functions of student behaviour in the context of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Intellectual Disability and trauma and with appropriate qualifications in education support. The ability to be an effective communicator and be able to build strong positive relationships with students and families under difficult circumstances is highly desirable. It would be seen as advantageous if potential applicants, had experience using programs such as teams, understood a variety of disabilities and complex learning needs whilst being able to manage each case individually, whilst also demonstrating the capacity to empower students and to prepare them for future success beyond school. We pride ourselves in being able to provide quality education to all our students in an environment that is welcoming, supportive and challenging. We work with a clear purpose to provide the best opportunities for young people with exceptional needs. Our programs are designed specifically to meet the individual needs of all students and to attain the best possible outcomes that prepare our young people for life beyond schooling. To be suitable for this role, you will need to demonstrate the following work related requirements: Capacity to provide effective leadership in a diverse range of educational settings; High level of interpersonal and public relations skills that demonstrate the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships to achieve planned outcomes; Professional knowledge and the ability to apply this knowledge to ensure a high level of educational outcomes for all students (e.g. Aboriginal students, students from diverse ethnic backgrounds and students with special needs). Capacity to manage staff, physical and financial resources. Applications will be assessed against the work related requirements of the position. The business needs of the school may also be considered. It is therefore recommended that you consider all information contained in the advertisement and any other related information before applying for the vacancy. 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. Further information about Kensington Secondary School can be found by visiting Schools Online Additional information about Independent Public Schools is also available here For further job related information: Please contact Jarna Wright, Principal, by telephoning (08) 64368450 or emailing Jarna.Wrighteducation.wa.edu.au Application Instructions All applications are submitted online. Select " • Mon, 27 MayWestern Australia Government
Principal Solicitor » Kununurra, East Kimberley Area - We are looking for an experienced Principal Solicitor to join our multidisciplinary team in Kununurra, working closely with our Chief Executive Officer in managing our East Kimberley operations. This role is essential to our success, and has the responsibility for leading our local legal team, and providing management support to the wider staff present in the local office. We are offering a full-time, permanent role with the following attractive benefits: A welcoming culture where your achievements are celebrated Competitive salary plus 11% super Relocation assistance Generous leave entitlements , above award, at 5 weeks annual leave per year plus paid Christmas closure leave One day off in lieu per month Professional training and growth opportunities Cultural competence development opportunities Salary packaging (salary sacrificing) – you may be eligible for up to $15,900 gross salary use which can decrease your taxable income and increase take-home pay, with possible FBT exemptions (please see here for more information: https://www.cbb.com.au/discover-salary-packaging/). Flexible working options considered. No two days will look the same in this role, but a typical day might entail: Coordinating the provision of legal information, advice, assistance, casework, and representation to clients across the Kimberley region. Managing East Kimberley legal staff, including performance reviews, professional development planning and delivery, and providing management support to the wider team. Providing supervision and review of all casework. Coordinating the involvement of our solicitors in community legal education, providing training and support to staff in the provision of legal information. Participating in community networks and build/maintaining relationships with referring agencies, key organisations, community leaders, and local people relevant to legal issues. Developing and delivering outreach programs and services within a community development framework, including liaison and relationship building with financial services and social work teams. Identifying and developing opportunities for improving the quality, effectiveness and efficiency of legal services and community legal education, as well as, developing a service delivery plan. Working collaboratively as a member of the leadership team. Undertaking professional development activities to maintain and enhance your knowledge and skills. We are searching for someone who can meet most of the following: Eligibility to hold an unrestricted practising certificate in Western Australia and extensive post admission experience. Well-developed casework and advocacy experience in generalist areas of law, specifically family and/or civil law. Experience in a community legal practice setting and/or community-based organisation in remote and rural Australia. Proven ability to coordinate legal services and programs. Demonstrated experience in the supervision of other solicitors and in managing and developing staff performance. Highly developed written and interpersonal communication skills and ability to apply these skills with a diverse range of people, groups, and organisations. Understanding and commitment to principles of social justice and to working effectively with Indigenous people. Experience in advising and representing people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and in developing and delivering community education programs. Personal resilience, adaptability and ability to meet the challenges of remote service delivery. Current driver’s license valid for use in WA. Further desirable criteria Completed or open to undertaking a Legal Practice Management Course relevant to either the Private or NFP sector. Experience in Legal Practice Management Successful applicants will need to provide references, a recent WA Police Clearance, current Working with Children’s Check, and their working rights in Australia. • Fri, 24 MayKIMBERLEY COMMUNITY LEGAL SERV INC
Principal - ESD » Australia - Intrax is searching for an experienced ESD professional to join our growing NSW - Projects team. The Intrax Project Division work on a range of cutting edge, large-scale developments across a range of industries where our role is to inspire our project partners to create sustainable infrastructure and built environment future for Australian communities. Specialists in ESD , our team is successful because of the thorough leadership shown when considering decarbonisation, climate-resilient design, building life cycle energy and water efficiency, the occupants' health and wellbeing of the occupants and the social value created to the surrounding community. As the successful candidate you will: Provide sustainability services to external clients and the internal team of colleagues Working with the broader team to deliver the ESD services within timeframes, cost, and quality Deliver sustainable design solutions to our clients Prepare sustainability management plans, energy audits, ratings and reports Support the delivery of sustainability rating assessment, including Green Star, WELL and NABERS Work in collaboration with multi discipline teams to deliver sustainability and environmental outcomes on projects, including Sustainable Management Plan and Section J report Support the delivery of the daylight and energy simulation modelling and reports To be successful in this role you will: Degree in engineering, environmental science or architecture with an ESD focus Have a minimum of 5 years demonstrable experience in engineering consultancy Be a Green Star Accredited Professional NatHERS accredited assessor (preferred) A high degree of familiarity with the Green Star Design & As Built tool and recent experience in preparing GBCA project submissions Familiarity with NCC Section J & NABERS Assessments An inquisitive mindset that is always looking for ways to be innovative in problem solving. Energy & Daylight modelling experience Well-developed organisational and time management skills allowing you to juggle a range of interesting projects at any one time Excellent client communication and liaison skills and an ability to convey information accurately By joining the team at Intrax, you will have access to a range of benefits including: Our mission is to Create, Inspire, Grow so whatever your role, life stage, or background, you can shape your career at Intrax in your own way with highly challenging work, great colleagues, plus a range of flexible benefits and working patterns. Professional Development Support – further education, leadership development, and access to a range of online training Options for flexible & hybrid work Up to 4 weeks additional purchased annual leave Generous parental leave entitlements – 12 weeks full pay for primary and 4 weeks secondary carer Volunteer Leave Health & Wellbeing Programs Employee Assistance Program • Wed, 22 MayIntrax Consulting Engineers
Principal Designer » Australia - WA's a state (and an economy) built on mining and at Mineral Resources (MinRes), we're focused on growing that position. With this growth comes new roles and those rare opportunities to get noticed and achieve meaningful results. About the role The Principal Designer is responsible coordinating and overseeing the design team to provide guidance on priorities and monitoring daily productivity of their team. In addition, the Principal Designer provides expertise in the development of multi discipline projects whilst ensuring designs comply to company standards and relevant Australian Standards and Building Codes. The Principal Designer provides a key interface for other MRL business entities including Mining Services, MinRes Energy and the Environmental and Heritage teams, where project constraints are established and incorporated into the design from an early stage. In this position you'll: Lead early design development across all disciplines of the project. Key interface for environment and heritage teams. Work closely with Management teams and the Principal Mechanical Engineer during the design life of our projects. Attend site visits as required to early identify design constraints and other design considerations for feeding back to the design. Facilitate project design review meetings with project stakeholders. Liaise with both in-house and external designers and engineers as required for the successful completion of each scope. Interface with the engineering teams during the model development of assigned plant area(s). Review of 3D models ensure safety in design elements are considered and adherence to relevant Codes and Standards. Delegate work packages and help manage the teams productivity. We're creating opportunities for you to own projects and deliver results. From start through to completion, your fingerprints will be there. Because here you don't get lost in layers of people; you step up to make your mark and can easily see your contribution. At MinRes, you get noticed when you maximise opportunities and build a better project, a better team, a better workday. Necessary skills and qualifications: Advanced Diploma, Associate Degree or Tertiary Degree Qualification in Engineering. Multi discipline design experience preferred. 15 years' industry experience. Previous experience in a lead role. Experience working with similar large scale mining construction projects. Strong written, verbal communication and team membership skills. Strong project management skills. Desire to implement and follow through on multiple issues and projects to achieve productive results. High level of PC literacy across AutoCAD suite, Navisworks, and Microsoft Office Packages. What we offer We offer a range of benefits to our employees including: Competitive salary. Annual bonus. Access to "MyShare" MinRes Share Plan. Employee discounts and offers. Physical and mental health programs. Salary packaging. If you believe that you have the necessary attitude and skills for this role, apply now Shortlisting will commence immediately. Mineral Resources Limited is a proud Equal Opportunity Employer, and we encourage applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander to apply. • Tue, 21 MayMINERAL RESOURCES LIMITED
Principal - Construction » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - National Firm | Top $$$ | Premium Clients Work | Apply now or call Hans Nimb on 0418 452 117 to find out more in confidence The Firm Our client is a leading national law firm. The firm takes great pride in its commitment to excellence and their dynamic team of professionals consistently provide innovative and practical legal solutions. This firm offers its staff, among other things, a collegiate environment, excellent quality of work, outstanding mentoring and career progression opportunities, and a range of attractive benefits. If you take a pragmatic, open and commercial approach to the law you are well suited to our client The Opportunity Our client is seeking to appoint a Principal, in Construction, with a client following or the ability to generate a client following. You may currently be at the senior associate, special counsel or partner level. A minimum of 8 years' PAE however is essential. A million dollar practice is not necessary. Any client following or relationship network will be considered. If you want more control and autonomy over your practice, more support and a better remuneration structure, this is the opportunity for you so please apply today. Your confidentiality is assured. We look forward to receiving your application Find Out More Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please call Hans Nimb on 0418 452 117 or email him at hansdarerecruitment.com.au. If this role is not quite what you are looking for but you would like to speak with someone, please contact us. We are currently working on a range of special counsel and partner level opportunities (with boutique, mid-tier and top-tier firms) so please contact us if this advertisement has piqued your interest. Our skill and vast networks will get you where you need to be • Tue, 21 MayDare Legal Recruitment
Principal Auditor » Perth CBD, Perth - Principal Auditor Position number:Pool Ref 0524FAL5 Salary:Level 5 - $96,307 to $105,254 pa superannuation - PSCSAA 2022 Work type: Permanent - Full Time, Fixed Term - Full Time Location:Perth CBD Closing date:2024-06-14 12:00 PM Attachments:- JDF - FA - L5 - Principal Auditor - May 2024.pdf OAG - Applicant Information Pack OAG - Your Future with the OAG Seeking Sharp Minds: External Auditors Wanted to Elevate Financial Integrity Work with dynamic and diverse teams who are keen to help you take the next step in your career. The Office of the Auditor General is looking to expand our financial auditing capacity with fresh minds to work in our teams analysing financial information, reviewing key processes and controls, identifying issues and improving public sector accountability and transparency. Our Auditors work across a unique and diverse client base of agencies large and small with varying complexity across Western Australia, planning, conducting and reporting on audit results. We focus on state government, local government and the tertiary sector providing our staff with great exposure to the diverse range of services provided to the WA community. In this role you will work in a team to plan and conduct financial statement and key performance indicator audits in accordance with an approved plan, relevant legislation and auditing standards. You may also be required to team lead an audit. The work you undertake will also be considered for inclusion in the reports of the Auditor General to Parliament. These roles may require travel outside of the Perth CBD and to regional locations for extended stays, what a great opportunity to see our beautiful state We currently have several permanent Level 5 Principal Auditor positions available for immediate filling. From this process we will be establishing a pool of candidates which may be used to fill other "similar" vacancies (permanent and fixed term) within six months of the date of completion of the recruitment process. Please refer to the attached JDF for more detailed position information. Want to apply? Applications are completed online. You are required to provide: a current comprehensive CV that demonstrates your skills, experience and suitability for the role you are applying for (refer to the Essential Capabilities - Technical) a copy of your relevant qualification and progress towards obtaining your membership of an accounting body details of 2 referees who can attest to your skills and experience (noting you will be advised before referees are contacted). Opportunity to apply for these roles closes on Friday 14 June 2024 at 12:00 noon (AWST). Other important position and recruitment information: Candidates shortlisted for interview will be further assessed on the below points: experience in external auditing of financial statements interpretation and application of accounting and auditing standards research and analytical skills interpersonal and teamwork skills written and verbal communication The OAG conducts employment screening for successful applicants, including a national police clearance. An Australian Government security clearance may be undertaken, if required for the role. For further information about these positions please contact Tamara McCarthy Assistant Director on (08) 6557 7747. About the OAG The Office of the Auditor General for Western Australia is an independent integrity agency reporting directly to Parliament on public sector accountability and performance. We help Parliament hold government to account; are a key source of independent and objective information to the community; and help promote change to improve public services. We offer an interesting, varied and rewarding career experience working across 170 State and 147 local government entities. At the OAG we invest and support our staff to with their professional aspirations through career development opportunities. We provide flexible work and leave arrangements, and a range of additional employment benefits to enable staff to balance their work and other commitments. This includes: specialised training and development to support your continuing professional development requirements up to an additional four weeks' leave per year through flexible working arrangements 13 weeks' long service leave after seven years up to three Public Service Holidays per year cultural leave. You can find out more about what we do by visiting our website, and don't forget to follow us on LinkedIn. We are an inclusive workplace that genuinely values diversity of thought, perspective and experience. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability, youth and other diversity groups. People with disability will be provided with reasonable adjustments in our recruitment processes and in the workplace. Serving the public interest by an informed Parliament and community audit.wa.gov.au Position Title Principal Auditor Agency Office of the Auditor General Salary Level 5 - $96,307 to $105,254 pa superannuation - PSCSAA 2022 Location Perth CBD Unit/Division Financial Audit Branch Work Type Permanent - Full Time, Fixed Term - Full Time Position No. Pool Ref 0524FAL5 Closing Date 2024-06-14 12:00 PM Position Title Principal Auditor Branch Location Perth CBD Work Type Permanent - Full Time, Fixed Term - Full Time Closing Date 2024-06-14 12:00 PM Salary Level 5 - $96,307 to $105,254 pa superannuation - PSCSAA 2022 Agency Office of the Auditor General Company Information Description Seeking Sharp Minds: External Auditors Wanted to Elevate Financial Integrity Work with dynamic and diverse teams who are keen to help you take the next step in your career. The Office of the Auditor General is looking to expand our financial auditing capacity with fresh minds to work in our teams analysing financial information, reviewing key processes and controls, identifying issues and improving public sector accountability and transparency. Our Auditors work across a unique and diverse client base of agencies large and small with varying complexity across Western Australia, planning, conducting and reporting on audit results. We focus on state government, local government and the tertiary sector providing our staff with great exposure to the diverse range of services provided to the WA community. In this role you will work in a team to plan and conduct financial statement and key performance indicator audits in accordance with an approved plan, relevant legislation and auditing standards. You may also be required to team lead an audit. The work you undertake will also be considered for inclusion in the reports of the Auditor General to Parliament. These roles may require travel outside of the Perth CBD and to regional locations for extended stays, what a great opportunity to see our beautiful state We currently have several permanent Level 5 Principal Auditor positions available for immediate filling. From this process we will be establishing a pool of candidates which may be used to fill other "similar" vacancies (permanent and fixed term) within six months of the date of completion of the recruitment process. Please refer to the attached JDF for more detailed position information. Want to apply? Applications are completed online. You are required to provide: a current comprehensive CV that demonstrates your skills, experience and suitability for the role you are applying for (refer to the Essential Capabilities - Technical) a copy of your relevant qualification and progress towards obtaining your membership of an accounting body details of 2 referees who can attest to your skills and experience (noting you will be advised before referees are contacted). Opportunity to apply for these roles closes on Friday 14 June 2024 at 12:00 noon (AWST). Other important position and recruitment information: Candidates shortlisted for interview will be further assessed on the below points: experience in external auditing of financial statements interpretation and application of accounting and auditing standards research and analytical skills interpersonal and teamwork skills written and verbal communication The OAG conducts employment screening for successful applicants, including a national police clearance. An Australian Government security clearance may be undertaken, if required for the role. For further information about these positions please contact Tamara McCarthy Assistant Director on (08) 6557 7747. About the OAG The Office of the Auditor General for Western Australia is an independent integrity agency reporting directly to Parliament on public sector accountability and performance. We help Parliament hold government to account; are a key source of independent and objective information to the community; and help promote change to improve public services. We offer an interesting, varied and rewarding career experience working across 170 State and 147 local government entities. At the OAG we invest and support our staff to with their professional aspirations through career development opportunities. We provide flexible work and leave arrangements, and a range of additional employment benefits to enable staff to balance their work and other commitments. This includes: specialised training and development to support your continuing professional development requirements up to an additional four weeks' leave per year through flexible working arrangements 13 weeks' long service leave after seven years up to three Public Service Holidays per year cultural leave. You can find out more about what we do by visiting our website, and don't forget to follow us on LinkedIn. We are an inclusive workplace that genuinely values diversity of thought, perspective and experience. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability, youth and other diversity groups. People with disability will be provided with reasonable adjustments in our recruitment processes and in the workplace. Attachments - JDF - FA - L5 - Principal Auditor - May 2024.pdf OAG - Applicant Information Pack OAG - Your Future with the OAG Convenience Buttons2: • Mon, 20 MayWestern Australia Government
Deputy Principal » Koondoola, Wanneroo Area - Independent Public School - North Metropolitan Education Region Marangaroo Primary School Deputy Principal Pool Ref IPS/DP896677 Level 3, $125,850 - $137,715 per annum (SEA GA 2021) Appointment Pool Advertised Vacancy Number IPS/DP896677 Marangaroo Primary School (PS) is seeking to establish a Deputy Principal pool for appointments to permanent and fixed term, full-time and part-time vacancies which may arise during the 2024 school year and up to the end of Term 2, 2025. Appointments can be made from the pool at any time for commencements within the 2024 school year, up to the end of Term 2, 2025. Marangaroo PS is a welcoming school that embraces diversity and individualised learning. With a current enrolment of 185 students, we aim to foster a culture of innovation and inclusion to build and develop our instructional approaches. We are committed to ensuring that every child progresses, and success is within everyone's reach. Situated on spacious grounds we are fortunate to have ample play spaces, a full-length oval and purpose-built early childhood facilities. The Deputy Principal will oversee development and review of whole school Operational Plans for all curriculum areas, and will have input into the school Assessment Schedule. A clear capacity to lead the analysis of data effectively, and experience in implementing whole school programs with fidelity will be highly regarded. With a clear focus on improving student outcomes, successful applicants will demonstrate an ability to lead change management and a focus on continuous whole school improvement. Whilst there is a strong focus on academic achievement, Marangaroo PS also seeks to support students' non-academic needs. Education is truly about the 'whole child'- meeting their emotional, physical and behavioural needs is essential if students are to be successful learners and happy children. A current focus for the school is on developing strong relationships with the community and on providing consistent, evidence-based instruction in classrooms. Deputy Principals at Marangaroo PS are expected to show strong leadership in this area. To complement this, we are currently beginning our journey towards implementing a behaviour management approach utilising PBS; experience in this area will be highly regarded but is not essential. Marangaroo PS proudly hosts a Specialist Learning Program for students with Autism. As such, we have a high number of students with Autism across the school. Working alongside the Program Co-ordinator to promote the inclusive values of the program, the Deputy Principal will ensure that clear and cohesive student services processes are in place to support both students within the SLP-ASD, and those with other learning needs. Successful applicants will be responsible for case management of students and liaison with the School Psychologist and other external providers. Critical to your success in this area will be an authentic ability to build relationships and communicate effectively with all stakeholders. Applicants should also note that our current Business Plan has been extended until the end of Semester 1, 2024 and is due to be updated pending the recommendations of the Public School Review. To be suitable for this role, you will need to demonstrate the following work related requirements: Capacity to provide effective leadership in a diverse range of educational settings; High level of interpersonal and public relations skills that demonstrate the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships to achieve planned outcomes; Professional knowledge and the ability to apply this knowledge to ensure a high level of educational outcomes for all students (e.g. Aboriginal students, students from diverse ethnic backgrounds and students with special needs). Capacity to manage staff, physical and financial resources. Applications will be assessed against the work related requirements of the position. The business needs of the school may also be considered. It is therefore recommended that you consider all information contained in the advertisement and any other related information before applying for the vacancy. 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. Further information about Marangaroo Primary School can be found by visiting marangarooprimaryschool.wa.edu.au or Schools Online Additional information about Independent Public Schools is also available here For further job related information: Please contact Thomas Bagnall, Principal, by telephoning (08) 9462 9999 or emailing thomas.bagnalleducation.wa.edu.au Application Instructions All applications are submitted online. Select " • Mon, 20 MayWestern Australia Government
Principal Consultant » The Rocks, Sydney - Media Monk's APAC Consulting Practice houses a new breed of strategic consultants who help clients leverage technology, data and digital capabilities to shape their future growth. Our consultants work across all industries and provide deep expertise across Digital Transformation, Digital Media, Data & Digital Platforms, AI at Scale,and Change. Our practice is built on the understanding that future growth isn't just driven by technology - but people, process, and leadership. We leverage a diverse team of experts to shape strategy, drive change and execute under one roof. We are seeking a highly experienced and innovative Principal Consultant to join our global digital marketing services firm. This role is responsible for providing strategic digital marketing consulting services to our clients, guiding the development and implementation of cutting-edge digital marketing and technology strategies, nurturing client relationships, growing accounts and building a pipeline of new consulting opportunities, as well as leading a team of consultants to deliver exceptional results. You'll work on a variety of digital topics, applying generalist consulting skills to strategic data, digital media and technology questions. Working closely with clients to understand their issues, you'll create strategies for change, win buy-in for your recommendations, and collaborate with fellow monks to transform client potential into performance. About you Clients know you as an expert, trusted advisor, equally capable of identifying compelling new opportunities as solving protracted problems, communicating hard-truths palatably and navigating complex environments. You know why programs fail, how to navigate internal politics and the impact organisational models can have on investments in technology and their returns. You are adept at recognising where change is needed, speak the language of senior leadership, and you know how to frame an approach that drives measurable change. You build partnerships based on mutual benefit where advice and recommendations are so heavily valued that your clients never question extending your paid services. Key attributes Entrepreneurially minded; you take end to end ownership of solving client problems. Able to successfully influence C-suite executives with your expertise and trustworthiness. Able to work from first principles in terms of designing technology strategies or solve difficult or long running problems at an enterprise scale A compelling communicator able to explain technical subjects to non-technical audiences. A skilled organiser and orchestrator of teams, workstreams and portfolios A growth mindset that naturally looks for learnings and opportunities You help teams solve problems, show them how to work better, create environments built for success Naturally adept in driving sales conversations. Key Measure of Success Generate and oversee the delivery of a minimum cumulative of $5m in profitable annual revenue across a minimum of 3 accounts Key Responsibilities: Provide expert digital marketing consulting services, designed to deliver maximum impact for clients. Partner with our clients to understand their needs and uncover the true scope of work. Design and lead integrated programs that solve the right problems with the right approach, ensuring the work we're doing delivers the greatest value possible to our customers. Execute program deliverables, make robustly justified recommendations and present to clients. Foster alignment on our mission amongst all client stakeholders. Identify and effectively mitigate program risks. Continuously educate clients on what we do, how we work and why it works. Anticipate questions and objections and get ahead of them. Collaborate with clients and internal (sales and client) teams to identify opportunities for growth, improvement, and innovation/transformation and shape strategic plans to address these. Mentor and supervise a team of consultants, providing guidance, support, and professional development opportunities. Stay abreast of industry trends, new technologies, and best practices in technology and digital marketing to continuously improve service offerings. Work closely with senior leadership to contribute to the overall growth and success of the firm. Qualifications and Skills: Bachelor's degree in Marketing, Business, or related field; Master's degree preferred. Minimum of 8 years of experience in technology, data, digital media/marketing, with 3-5 years consulting and delivering strategy. Proven track record of successfully leading and executing digital initiatives for diverse clients. Experience building a pipeline of new business and supporting the sales-cycle by project scoping and developing proposals Strong commercial acumen, analytical skills and the ability to interpret and present data to inform strategic decisions. Exceptional leadership and communication abilities, with a demonstrated capacity to influence and inspire team members and clients. Familiarity with digital marketing tools, platforms, and analytics software. LI-CX1 About Media.Monks Media.Monks is the purely digital, unitary operating brand of S4Capital plc that connects 7,600 digital natives across one global team. We are united by a mission to shift industries forward and pave the path towards ambitious outcomes so our clients and our people can realize their full potential for growth. Joining Media.Monks means becoming part of a highly ambitious collective of some of the most gifted, focused, joyful talent from all over the world, with the goal to change the industry for good. Our unified model combines solutions in media, data, social, platforms, studio, experience, brand and technology services to help our clients continuously reinvent themselves throughout increasingly rapid cycles of disruption. Our efforts to shape culture, build innovative technologies and unlock the future of growth have earned recognition from numerous esteemed panels: we maintain a constant presence on Adweek's Fastest Growing lists (2019-23), regular recognition at Cannes Lions, and continual inclusion in AdExchanger's Programmatic Power Players (2020-24). In addition, we've received the honor of being Adweek's first AI Agency of the year (2023), the title of Webby Production Company of the Year (2021-24), a record number of FWAs, and have earned a spot on Newsweek's Top 100 Global Most Loved Workplaces 2023. Together, these achievements solidify our experience in digital innovation, excellence in craft, and commitment to personal growth. We are an equal-opportunity employer committed to building a respectful and empowering work environment for all people to freely express themselves amongst colleagues who embrace diversity in all respects. Including fresh voices and unique points of view in all aspects of our business not only creates an environment where we can all grow and thrive but also increases our potential to produce work that better represents-and resonates with-the world around us. While we continue to grow our teams, please be mindful of fraudulent job postings and recruiting activities that may use our company name and information. Please be mindful to protect your personal information, especially your national identification number, and bank account information during a recruiting process. While Media.Monks may reach out to potential candidates via LinkedIn, we will always ask applicants to apply through our website ( https://media.monks.com/careers ) and will never ask for payment or bank account information during the recruitment process. Disclaimer: Responsible for resourcing and implementing security controls for your teams processes and systems Responsible that all your personnel apply information security in accordance with the established information security policy • Fri, 17 MayMedia.Monks
Deputy Principal » Australia - Independent Public School - Wheatbelt Education Region Southern Cross District High School Deputy Principal 00002962 Level 3, $125,850 - $137,715 per annum (SEA GA 2021) Advertised Vacancy Number: IPS/DP895997 This is a twenty (20) month fixed term, full-time position commencing Term 3, 2024 with possible extension Southern Cross District High School (DHS) is seeking a vibrant, innovative, and relational leader who will ideally possess a positive approach to learning and encourage it in others. Professional Benefit Working for the Department of Education attracts a range of attractive professional and personal benefits including: Attractive Country Teaching Program Allowance of $10 210.00 a year Attraction and Retention Incentive of $17,000 see info below Locality Allowance of $827.00 per year 11 percent employer contributions to superannuation 12 weeks' vacation leave (school holidays) More than 20 days of other leave, including sick leave and carers' leave Subsidised accommodation where applicable Free relocation Teachers and school administrators employed at Southern Cross District High School in 2024 are eligible to receive an Attraction and Retention Incentive of $17,000 (pa, gross - to be adjusted pro rata for FTE and tenure). Eligible staff will receive a percentage of this payment on commencement at the school, with the remainder paid at the end of the school year. Staff must remain employed in the location until the end of the school year to be eligible to receive the second payment. The ARI payment is in addition to other incentives that may apply in this school. The successful applicant will work with the Principal to provide curriculum and instructional leadership within the context of the School's Strategic and Operational Plans, ensuring curriculum is relevant, rigorous, and inclusive of all students. Southern Cross DHS is proud to be a Quality Teaching Strategy Initiative School and works to implement evidence-based best practice teaching in line with Teaching for Impact. Experience in case management processes and personalised learning, to support students 'At Educational Risk' is highly regarded. Our school is committed to continual improvement through its participation in the Fogarty Foundation's Ed Vance School Improvement Program. The ideal applicant will work in collaboration with key stakeholders to develop and maintain a learning environment that is safe, inclusive, rigorous, and addresses the key learning needs of students academically, socially, and emotionally. You should be highly motivated, reflective, and enthusiastic and will ideally have previous successful leadership experience within your current role. We are looking for applicants who possess excellent organisation skills, as well as highly developed interpersonal skills, with the ability to pay attention to detail and work cooperatively and efficiently in a team environment. Other ideal qualities would include a positive attitude and the ability to anticipate and adapt to change and exhibit initiative, as well as actively supporting a strong culture of collegiality, integrity and high expectations. Southern Cross DHS, located in the Eastern Wheatbelt, provides contemporary education for around 60 students from Kindergarten to Year 10. Our small student population enables us to offer a personalised learning environment, whilst also providing a breadth of curriculum, teacher expertise and resourcing. Foremost, our school aims to empower students with the values, skills and knowledge essential in becoming valued members of their local community and beyond. We have forged strong links with our local community, including the local mining and agriculture industry, through partnerships with the local Shire, businesses, mining companies, sporting organisations and neighbouring schools. These partnerships are strengthened through our staff, many of whom play an active role in the broader community. This selection process will initially be used to fill the above vacancy. Applicants assessed as suitable during this selection process may be considered for other similar vacancies that occur throughout our school for up to 12 months following this initial appointment. This includes circumstances where this position becomes subsequently vacant should the successful applicant decline or vacate the advertised position. To be suitable for this role, you will need to demonstrate the following work related requirements: Capacity to provide effective leadership in a diverse range of educational settings; High level of interpersonal and public relations skills that demonstrate the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships to achieve planned outcomes; Professional knowledge and the ability to apply this knowledge to ensure a high level of educational outcomes for all students (e.g. Aboriginal students, students from diverse ethnic backgrounds and students with special needs). Capacity to manage staff, physical and financial resources. Applications will be assessed against the work related requirements of the position. The business needs of the school may also be considered. It is therefore recommended that you consider all information contained in the advertisement and any other related information before applying for the vacancy. 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. Further information about Southern Cross District High School can be found by visiting Schools Online Additional information about Independent Public Schools is also available here For further job related information: Please contact Louise Davidson, Principal by telephoning (08) 9048 9000 or emailing Louise.Davidsoneducation.wa.edu.au. Application Instructions All applications are submitted online. Select " • Fri, 17 MayWestern Australia Government
Deputy Principal » South Bunbury, Bunbury Area - Independent Public School - Southwest Education Region Newton Moore Senior High School Deputy Principal 00035587 Level 4, $141,644 - $150,644 per annum (SEA GA 2021) Advertised Vacancy Number: IPS/DP893981 This is a permanent full-time position commencing Term 3, 2024 Newton Moore Senior High School (SHS) is seeking an energetic and committed Deputy Principal who will work collaboratively with the Principal and members of the executive team to provide strategic educational leadership to achieve exceptional educational outcomes for all students. Professional Benefits Working at Newton Moore Senior High School provides you with the many professional and personal benefits of working for the Department of Education including: Attractive Country Teaching Program Allowance of $5,000 per year Attraction and Retention Incentive of $5,000 see info below 11 percent employer contributions to superannuation 12 weeks' vacation leave (school holidays) More than 20 days of other leave, including sick leave, carers' leave and additional leave About the role As an integral member of the executive leadership team, you will lead and develop innovative solutions; establish and maintain collaborative and productive relationships with stakeholders, and build a culture of professional excellence with leaders, teachers and allied staff so that students are future-ready and able to contribute effectively to the wider community. Each Deputy Principal will be rotate through a different portfolio on a biannual basis. These include overseeing curriculum, operational and student services. The successful applicant will ideally possess the ability to work within a collaborative senior leadership team. They will ideally be self-motivated and enthusiastic about improving the education outcomes for all students and possess a drive to support the growth of all staff. Applicants with the ability to lead with strong ethical and accountability practices will be highly regarded. To be successful in this role, you will ideally have recent and relevant whole school curriculum and pastoral care leadership. Student engagement is a high priority. Knowledge of contemporary student services systems, procedures and protocols will be highly regarded. We are a Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) school with a strong focus on building staff capacity through CMS and ISE training. We have several Conference Accredited Trained (CAT) teachers who support teachers to engage in high level reflection practices. Knowledge and proficiency in all functions of time-tabling, SSO, SIRS, SAIS, Reporting to Parents and the NAPLAN & OLNA dashboard is highly desirable. You will have an extensive understanding of all SCSA requirements for the Year 7 - 12 curriculums, assessment and reporting. Knowledge and skills in leading the development of a School Business Plan and a firm understanding of the strategic planning and processes that underpin an effective school is advantageous. About our school Newton Moore SHS provides students from Year 7 to 12 with a personalised educational experience. The school, at the heart of South Bunbury, has a strong sense of community and celebrates the strengths of students through a variety of innovative programs. We have high expectations of students, at the same time we have wrap-around support where every child is catered for as an individual. Our results indicate that we value add. We understand that the basis for improving student learning outcomes is high quality teaching and learning. Our school vision is: 'Achieving Today, for Tomorrow'. We have strong links with a range of partners within the education community, parents, government and non-government agencies, and industries. We work with these groups to improve student outcomes. At our school, we have stimulating and innovative educational programs. We have an unwavering commitment to thoroughly prepare our students for their future. The school delivers two Department of Education Approved Specialist Academic Programs: Science Horizons and Engineering. Newton Moore SHS is also a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) for Certificate courses. We have other complimentary programs Moore Academy of Sport and Health (MASH), Follow the Dream, Clontarf Football Academy, Stars Foundation and CALM Cadets. Newton Moore SHS has a strong focus on building staff capacity through Classroom Management Support (CMS) and Instructional Strategies in Education (ISE). We are a PBS school and have a focus on ensuring we recognise positive behaviours and actions. We have multiple Conference Accredited Trained (CAT) teachers who support teachers to engaging in high level reflection. This selection process will initially be used to fill the above vacancy. Applicants assessed as suitable during this selection process may be considered for other similar vacancies that occur throughout our school for up to 12 months following this initial appointment. This includes circumstances where this position becomes subsequently vacant should the successful applicant decline or vacate the advertised position. To be suitable for this role, you will need to demonstrate the following work related requirements: Capacity to provide effective leadership in a diverse range of educational settings; High level of interpersonal and public relations skills that demonstrate the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships to achieve planned outcomes; Professional knowledge and the ability to apply this knowledge to ensure a high level of educational outcomes for all students (e.g. Aboriginal students, students from diverse ethnic backgrounds and students with special needs). Capacity to manage staff, physical and financial resources. Applications will be assessed against the work related requirements of the position. The business needs of the school may also be considered. It is therefore recommended that you consider all information contained in the advertisement and any other related information before applying for the vacancy. 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. Further information about Newton Moore Senior High School can be found by visiting www.newtonmooreshs.wa.edu.au or Schools Online. Additional information about Independent Public Schools is also available here For further job related information: You are encouraged to contact Susan Kerr, Principal, for further information about this employment opportunity, including information about living and working in South Bunbury, by telephoning (08) 9722 2499 or emailing susan.kerreducation.wa.edu.au Application Instructions All applications are submitted online. Select " • Fri, 17 MayWestern Australia Government
Principal Lawyer » Toorak, Stonnington Area - Job Title: Principal Lawyer (Wills Specialisation) Company: Georgy Legal Location: Level 3/489 Toorak Rd, Toorak VIC 3142 Employment Type: Permanent Full Time Job Description: We are seeking an experienced and highly skilled Principal Lawyer with a strong background in the creation of wills. Chantelle will provide legal expertise, advice, and representation for clients related to their will preparations, estate planning, trusts, and probate concerns. Located in Toorak, Chantelle should be able to meet with clients in our office or make home visits when necessary. Responsibilities: 1. Provide clients with specialist advice on the creation of wills, trust formation, probate and estate administration. 2. Draft, review and manage a large volume of wills and estate planning documents. 3. Keep updated on all relevant changes in the laws and regulations surrounding wills and estates. 4. Conduct necessary research to offer evidence and determine the best strategies for cases. 5. Represent clients in court and negotiate outside of the courtroom to resolve disputes and legal issues. 6. Cultivate and maintain strong relationships with clients. 7. Collaborate with team members to develop strategic plans. 8. Ensure all documentation and procedures are in strict compliance with law and company standards. Required Qualifications: 1. Juris Doctor (JD) degree or equivalent from a recognised institution. 2. A minimum of 5 years’ experience in a similar role, with a focus on the development of wills, trusts and estate planning. 3. Current and valid legal license to work in Victoria. 4. Demonstrated extensive legal knowledge and expertise in the creation of wills. 5. Excellent written and verbal communication skills with a strong ability to negotiate and advocate on behalf of clients. 6. High levels of attention to detail with exceptional organisational skills; ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment. 7. A team player with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work with a diverse range of clients. To apply, please forward your resume, academic transcripts, and a brief covering letter outlining your interest in and suitability for the role to our HR department. Georgy Legal is an equal opportunity employer; we celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. • Fri, 17 MayGeorgy Legal
Deputy Principal » Koondoola, Wanneroo Area - Independent Public School - North Metropolitan Education Region Girrawheen Senior High School Deputy Principal 00003185 Level 4, $141,644 - $150,644 per annum (SEA GA 2021) Advertised Vacancy Number: IPS/DP888684 This is a permanent full-time position commencing Term 3, 2024 Girrawheen Senior High School (SHS) is seeking to appoint a strategic, innovative and motivated Deputy Principal to join our friendly and supportive team as they shape the educational future of our students. The successful applicant will ideally work collaboratively with the Principal and administration team to drive a culture of continuous school improvement. They will ideally possess excellent communication skills, capacity to develop positive relationships with parents, staff, community organisations and agencies. Applicants should have experience in successfully improving efficiency and operations in managing and monitoring conditions for learning and wellbeing of staff and students in Year 7 - 9. A strong understanding of whole school improvement managing student needs within the Multi-Tiered System of Support Framework is highly regarded for this role. This role includes managing transition and enrolment processes, engaging supports and interventions for student learning and having ongoing communications with parents and carers, education assistants, teachers, middle leaders, and primary schools. They should line manage the Learning Support Coordinator and Education Assistants to provide support for students with disabilities; and work with School Psychologists to improve well-being, diagnoses, learning & academic progress of students at risk. A strong focus of the role will be to lead whole school Teaching and Learning within current strategic and operational planning. This role is suited to a high performing secondary leader who has a strong track record in managing change in developing a culture of reflection, collaboration, and feedback to ensure full engagement of students in learning. Ensuring the school's explicit instructional framework is being delivered with consistency across classrooms will require you to coach staff and mentor middle leaders and teachers to improve student outcomes. Experience in leading whole school Literacy and Numeracy strategies would also be advantageous. Girrawheen SHS has a student body celebrated for its rich cultural diversity where students engage in a vibrant and innovative learning environment. It is a school of opportunity where students have access to an extended learning community that provides extensive pathway choices of courses delivered by a committed staff. Staff work towards empowering and developing students to aspire to achieve their potential and become integral members of the Australian community. Our students and staff are part of the Girrawheen SHS community - where everybody knows your name, everyone is valued and we all share a sense of belonging. Our staff of dedicated professionals collaboratively embed whole school engagement strategies motivating each student to learn and demonstrate our core values of Respect, Responsibility and Doing Your Best. This selection process will initially be used to fill the above vacancy. Applicants assessed as suitable during this selection process may be considered for other similar vacancies that occur throughout our school for up to 12 months following this initial appointment. This includes circumstances where this position becomes subsequently vacant should the successful applicant decline or vacate the advertised position. To be suitable for this role, you will need to demonstrate the following work related requirements: Capacity to provide effective leadership in a diverse range of educational settings; High level of interpersonal and public relations skills that demonstrate the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships to achieve planned outcomes; Professional knowledge and the ability to apply this knowledge to ensure a high level of educational outcomes for all students (e.g. Aboriginal students, students from diverse ethnic backgrounds and students with special needs). Capacity to manage staff, physical and financial resources. Applications will be assessed against the work related requirements of the position. The business needs of the school may also be considered. It is therefore recommended that you consider all information contained in the advertisement and any other related information before applying for the vacancy. 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. Further information about Girrawheen Senior High School can be found by visiting girrawheenshs.wa.edu.au or Schools Online Additional information about Independent Public Schools is also available here For further job related information: Please contact Barbara Newton, Principal by telephoning (08) 9257 0555 or emailing Barbara.Newtoneducation.wa.edu.au Application Instructions All applications are submitted online. Select " • Wed, 15 MayWestern Australia Government
Principal Engineer » Sydney CBD, Sydney - Work with a team of amazing developers and designers to build simple, beautiful and consistent user experiences for our web apps. We are always growing, learning, and adapting, in and out of the office. Our teams are crazy smart and direct and we ask hard questions and challenge each other to constantly improve our work. We are driven but team oriented. We're dedicated to agile methodology and big believers in 'lean' (which means we don't do documentation for documentation's sake). We know the importance of validating our assumptions about users and implement various types of testing to prove assumptions right or wrong. Our bottom line is improving our user's experience - no matter what. Atlassian is looking for experienced and talented engineers to join our team These Product and Platform teams are looking for innovative Frontend developers to help us build for the future. You'll be responsible for the design, build and maintenance of product and platform services, and infrastructure that powers Atlassian Cloud. We build always-on, low-latency, high-concurrency micro-services and systems that scale for millions of users. This is a role with broad technical responsibilities across all our products with greenfield projects and technologies, not a product maintenance type of role. You will play a key role in shaping the Atlassian Cloud Platform. Using your programming expertise and deep understanding of modern web architectures and distributed systems, you will help future-proof our established products by designing, implementing, integrating, tuning and issue resolution new micro-services, software libraries, tools and applications. On your first day, we'd love for you to have: Great experience across the board with a strong depth of knowledge in Javascript (ReactJS) Keen interest in open source and learning new technologies Understanding of how to build performant, decoupled, testable, maintainable code Enjoyment of sharing knowledge with teammates, and working collaboratively when you need help It's great, but not required, if you have: The ability to write components in plain JavaScript/TypeScript, but the intelligence to leverage existing libraries when it makes sense We're heavily using React, and we write all new code with ES6 features, so familiarity with some or all of these is helpful Some industry experience with public cloud offerings (e.g., AWS, GAE, Azure) Understanding of typical web application, SOA and micro-services patterns. Knowledge of open source libraries, tools and frameworks (e.g. for logging, wiring, testing, building) Ability and willingness to learn new programming languages, frameworks and paradigms • Sun, 12 MayAtlassian
Principal Engineer » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Principal Engineer Digital & Technology Solutions Permanent Full Time Melbourne 9/5/2024 Fantastic opportunity to build a new team from the ground up We invest time in our people and help them chart their own career trajectory It's safe to speak up, try new things and push creative boundaries The world's biggest challenge needs you, here. Big challenges require big solutions. And the transition to a net-zero world is about as big as it gets. Working at Shell Energy - one of Australia's leading energy retailers - puts you at the heart of that endeavour. Based in Melbourne, the Principal Engineer you'll be at the heart of a new squad of approx. 3-8 engineers, shaping and delivering our Shell Energy's Digital product roadmap starting with our public website. This is a fantastic opportunity to build and lead a team that owns highly visible products critical to the success of our customers and for our globally recognised brand in Australia. To be successful in this role, you will, in close collaboration with other Principal Engineers and the Architecture and Enablement team, lead your team of engineers to deliver industry world class outcomes which are operationalised and productionised to provide capability to Shell Energy to implement its strategic plans as well as flex to meet future business needs. This role will be able to introduce new ways of working through the adoption of best practices in Software Engineering, Cloud Services, Test Automation, CI/CD, Site Reliability Engineering, and modern Application Architectures. You will exemplify self-organising behaviours, a continuous improvement mindset and an inclusive one-team culture. Lead the change, from the frontline In this role you'll: Lead the growth, direction, and delivery of software, deployment automation, continuous integration, and quality assurance practices for applications in the Digital domain; Be accountable for the day-to-day operation of Digital services - we believe in "you build it, you run it"; Mange technical and security compliance to engineering standards and reduce technical debt; Support the development, estimation, and implementation of the platform roadmap while continually refining and assessing short term objectives; Monitor and manage the performance and availability of the platform and ensure incidents from all sources are triaged quickly and prioritised according to impact and value; Lead a team of engineers, provide technical mentorship, and manage performance within that team; and Collaborate with the broader engineering practice to continually lift the quality and value of the overall digital technology business unit. What you'll bring You're a deeply experienced frontend or full-stack software engineer with demonstrable, hands-on experience across the stack, including: Excellent application development skills across a range of technologies, including: React, Typescript and Node; ideally in conjunction with AWS Next.js and/ or a headless CMS such as Contentful beneficial Good knowledge of SQL and database design and skills in data analysis Experience with NoSQL or OODB would be ideal Prior experience with C#, .NET and/ or MS SQL Server advantageous Expertise in AWS Cloud is preferred, including: Infrastructure (Cloud Formation, VPC, IAM) Infrastructure as code (CDK) Compute (Lambda, EC2, ECS, EKS, Fargate) Storage (S3) Data (DynamoDB, RDS) Virtualisation/Containerisation (Docker) Integrations (EventBridge, SQS, SNS, Step Functions, ECS) Networking and cloud firewalls (AWS WAF, CloudFront) Experience with modern engineering practices - branching strategies, testing - TDD, CI/CD, instrumentation; Experience with scaling options and resource configuration; Track record with a variety of architectural patterns, including microservices and event-driven platforms; Experience applying integration technologies, including messaging middleware and modern API-driven approaches; and Experience with metrics and monitoring e.g. Datadog or similar solutions beneficial; and Experience within the Energy industry vertical or related field an advantage. You'll also demonstrate a range of leadership and cultural qualities: Excellent interpersonal skills including mentoring, coaching and collaboration; Experience in DevOps transformation encompassing cultural transformation; Excellent work ethics to excel in collaborative, passionate and dynamic environment; Innovative and questioning nature to explore ideas and prototype solutions; A drive to find the root cause of issues and resolve them so that they never recur; Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal; Demonstrated ability to collaborate with and influence broad communities of technical experts, regardless of reporting lines; Agile maturity including knowledge of Scrum and Kanban; and Ability to work independently and in a team environment. Why join our team Every day, our people bring deep expertise, true innovation and investment to help our clients - and the world - reduce their environmental footprint. You can be part of that change. Here are the top reasons why our people choose us: Purpose that you can see. As a Principal Engineer, you'll have the best shot at energising a better future, one business at a time. Work that's interesting, innovative and high impact. We hope you'll love the challenge and opportunity to achieve - for our clients and for you. People who bring the expertise and drive to succeed. Our Team is respectful, inclusive, and supports connection and collaboration. We think you'll love it here too. Some of our benefits include: Competitive remuneration packages, including an attractive incentivised bonus program. Generous paid parental leave options that give team members more time to enjoy what matters most. Flexible working arrangements, with modern workplaces and technologies that support new, hybrid ways of working. An Employee Assistance Program for you and your family when you need it. Visit our careers site to find out more. https://shellenergy.com.au/about-us/careers/job-vacancies/ Read the stories of our incredible people. https://shellenergy.com.au/about-us/our-people/ Join us. Together, we can make the difference count. • Sun, 12 MayErm Power
Principal Consultant » Australia - Job Description Oracle Health is looking for a Care Delivery Principal Consultant to join the Solution Consulting team in Australia. The candidate should have experience with Cerner Millennium in Care Delivery solution. It is preferable but not required that the consultant has experience in one or more of the other Care Delivery solutions, Physician Track, Ambulatory, ICU Critical Care, Allied Health. This is an exciting team that looks to push the boundaries of what can be done and is part of the wider organization of Oracle Health Consulting. You will be part of a dynamic team in which collaborative working will be paramount. As well as delivering value to clients, you will be encouraged to contribute and identify areas for process improvement internally. As a Consultant, you will be advising clients on workflows across service lines and guide them through interdependencies and design decisions impacts. Working with the client, you will be creating a strategic plan to acquire value achievement across service lines and identify workflow and process improvements, making recommendations to both client and project leadership. Your role will involve driving cross-functional collaboration with internal stakeholders to identify and propose solution improvements, workflow efficiencies and client relationship strategies. You will be responsible for support and mentor of internal team members, driving internal initiatives in alignment with our organizational placement and acting as an advisor for complex sales opportunities. Preferred Qualifications - Experience with Cerner Millennium Care Delivery (Power-Chart) solution - Experience with nursing workflows Additional Qualifications - Experience with additional Care Delivery workflows i.e. Critical Care (ICU), Ambulatory, Physician/Doctor, and Allied Health. Expectations - Must be willing to travel up to 80% as needed - Ability to work overtime and irregular hours as needed About Us As a world leader in cloud solutions, Oracle uses tomorrow's technology to tackle today's problems. True innovation starts with diverse perspectives and various abilities and backgrounds. When everyone's voice is heard, we're inspired to go beyond what's been done before. It's why we're committed to expanding our inclusive workforce that promotes diverse insights and perspectives. We've partnered with industry-leaders in almost every sector-and continue to thrive after 40 years of change by operating with integrity. Oracle careers open the door to global opportunities where work-life balance flourishes. We offer a highly competitive suite of employee benefits designed on the principles of parity and consistency. We put our people first with flexible medical, life insurance and retirement options. We also encourage employees to give back to their communities through our volunteer programs. We're committed to including people with disabilities at all stages of the employment process. If you require accessibility assistance or accommodation for a disability at any point, let us know by calling 1 888 404 2494, option one. Disclaimer: Oracle is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability and protected veterans' status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Oracle will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records pursuant to applicable law. - Which includes being a United States Affirmative Action Employer • Sat, 11 MayOracle

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