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Program Medical Director - Acute Intervention Services » Barwon, NSW - The Program Medical Director - Acute Intervention Services (AIS) is accountable to the Clinical Director (MHDAS) for the... partnership with the Program Manager of AIS, the Program Medical Director will lead the strategic and operational deliverables... • Tue, 04 JunBarwon Health
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Executive Assistant to Cancer Clinical Program Director » Adelaide CBD, Adelaide - Central Adelaide Local Health Network, Various Locations Salary ASO-4 $75,430 - $79,070 p.a. Full-time temporary up to 3/6/25 About the role The Executive Assistant exercises responsibility for the provision of a proactive administrative and secretarial service to the Program Deliver Manager including advice and recommendations, contributing to the resolution of complex and sensitive issues, providing a contact point for internal and external staff and stakeholders, preparation and drafting of reports, briefing notes, undertaking minor research and projects, data collection and analysis. The EA has a direct reporting line to the Program Deliver Manager in relation to workload management, systems and processes, approval of TOIL, annual leave and other planned absences. About CALHN The Central Adelaide Local Health Network includes South's Australia's major quaternary facility, the Royal Adelaide Hospital, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, the Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre, and the Repat Health Precinct. We also deliver mental health services at Glenside Health Services and at a range of other locations across the metropolitan and regional areas. We're looking for talented staff to join us and help us to shape the future of health through world-class care and world-class research and achieve our vision of being in the top 50 health services in the world and top 5 in Australia. What we offer Attractive salary packaging available Strong community minded culture and values providing world class care to South Australians Access to Fitness Passport, a discounted workplace health and fitness program available to CALHN staff and their families. Opportunity for movement across the SA Health system: There are always opportunities for you to develop your skills and your career at one of our many metropolitan or regional sites. Essential Requirements: Current National Police Clearance (NPC) Immunisation screening as indicated in the role description. SA Health Services are required to implement the Addressing vaccine preventable disease: Occupational assessment, screening and vaccination policy in the workplace. Diversity and inclusion: At CALHN we support and foster a culture in which employees feel they belong and feel safe at work. The culture aims to encourage all people to use their talents and to be valued and rewarded for their contributions. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply. Application Information: The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role. Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check and compliant Immunisation screening. Job ref: 869589 Enquiries to: Stacey Hickman Telephone: 7074 2436 Stacey.hickmansa.gov.au Application Closing Date 11:55 pm Friday 21 June 2024 Attachments 869589 RD Executive Assistant to Cancer Clinical Program Director.pdf Australian applicant guidelines International applicant guidelines • Mon, 10 JunSA Health
Director, Programs » Melbourne, VIC - STS-7 Director Programs Branch, Asset Management Division, Victorian School Building Authority Reporting to the... Executive Director, Asset Management Division, the role requires working closely and collaboratively with a variety of internal... • Sat, 08 JunState Government of Victoria$177488 - 241387 per year
Client-Side Director, Queensland Cancer Centre (Capacity Expansion Program) » Brisbane, QLD - Temporary full time opportunity to provide leadership, client-side project management and coordination of the capital design and construction while leading the operational commissioning and opening of the QCC project as required by the Heal... • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Director, Programs » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - STS-7 Director Programs Branch, Asset Management Division, Victorian School Building Authority Reporting to the Executive Director, Asset Management Division, the role requires working closely and collaboratively with a variety of internal and external stakeholders, including school and sector stakeholders, the Department and regional leadership teams and other key government departments. This role has a strong focus on customer relations, budget management, contract management and business improvement and has the following accountabilities: Leading a branch of the Division, ensuring exemplary leadership and people management Manage programs within budget and ensuring policy and program settings are right to achieve the organisation's objectives and leading change processes where needed. Managing internal and external stakeholder relationships, particularly in relation to schools and other areas of the Department. Ensuring robust governance, financial and risk management for areas of responsibility As an executive member of the VSBA, participate effectively in the development of major resourcing policies and corporate strategies, and disseminate and implement decisions appropriately. Provide authoritative specialist advice and service support to the Executive Director, Ministers, the Deputy Secretary and CEO of the VSBA. For more details regarding this position please see attached position description. To be considered for this role, please submit your resume and a two page cover letter addressing the key selection criteria. The Department values diversity and inclusion in all forms - gender, religion, ethnicity, LGBTIQ, disability and neurodiversity. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. For more information about our work, working for the Department, diversity and inclusion, and our employment conditions visit the Department website and our Diversity and Inclusion page Applicants requiring adjustments can contact the nominated contact person Information about the Department of Education's operations and employment conditions can be located at www.education.vic.gov.au. • Sat, 08 JunVictorian Government

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Nursing Director - Heart Lung Program » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group Health - Nursing Classification Nurse Grade 12 Workplace Location Brisbane - North Job ad reference QLD/PCH569539 Closing date 18-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Permanent full time Contact person Drew Kear Contact details (07) 3139 4005 Access the National Relay Service About the role Permanent full time opportunity to provide expert nursing leadership and operational management based on established strategic direction and priorities set by Metro North Health and relevant health service strategic plans; across the Heart Lung Program, and portfolio responsibilities allocated. The role applies professional knowledge and framework that promotes efficiency and effectiveness and supports innovation and continuous improvement resulting in sustainable best practice consumer/person focused care. About you Our ideal candidate will be someone who can carry out the following key accountabilities in accordance with the Metro North Health's values: Facilitate practice of self and others is in accordance with code of ethics, professional standards and legislation affecting nursing practice by maintaining current knowledge and competence within scope of position. Undertake, and participate in ethical decision making in the achievement of organisational goals. Work collaboratively with key stakeholders to identify and prioritise needs accessing both material and human resources through effective negotiation and communication to achieve cost effective consumer/person centred service delivery including Business Planning Framework (BPF) application. Health Equity It is expected that all Metro North Health staff, including the incumbent of this role as a valuable member of the Metro North workforce, contribute to the health equity agenda and meet the intent of supporting the defined six actions that specifically meet the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people within the National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards (NSQHS), by actively supporting the elimination of racial discrimination and institutional racism; supporting increased access to health care; influencing the social, cultural and economic determinants of health; supporting the delivery of sustainable, culturally safe and responsive health services; and recognise the importance of working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, communities and organisations to design, deliver, monitor and review the health and support services we provide. Benefits when working for us Rewarding career and development opportunities across a wide range of clinical and non-clinical areas Value driven organisation which provides a work environment that is safe, satisfying, flexible, and promotes a healthy work-life balance Flexible working arrangements and competitive salary rates with annual incremental increases Benefit from a higher than standard employer contribution to Superannuation of up to 12.75% and access to salary packaging Be part of a world-class, dynamic and growing health service that embraces technology and innovation, excellence in healthcare, quality teaching and cutting edge research. Metro North Health is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workplace for all employees. We offer unique and rewarding professional development opportunities in a safe and flexible work environment with a focus on putting our people first. You can find out more about why it's so great to work at Metro North here: https://metronorth.health.qld.gov.au/careers Job ad reference number: PCH569539 Close date: Tuesday, 18 June 2024 Find out about the role in more detail and how to apply in the attached Role Description. APPLICATIONS RECEIVED VIA THIRD PARTIES (RECRUITMENT AGENCIES ETC.) WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED 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. PCH569539 - Role Description (PDF, 390KB) Role Description Application Support (PDF, 860KB) Information Package for Applicants Benefits for working with MN (PDF, 1.00MB) Information Package for Applicants • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Director, Australian Passport Office - Program Delivery Office » Australia - to lead its Program Delivery Office (PDO) and Passport Capability Uplift Project. An ability to travel domestically... organisation. The PDO will be the ‘centre of excellence’ in program and project management, uplifting the Divisions capability... • Sat, 08 JunDepartment of Foreign Affairs and Trade$143346 - 161894 per year
Program Support Officer » Brisbane, QLD - Supporting the Project Director (Systems and Engineering) by providing efficient and effective business and program... role of Program Support Officer, you will support the Project Director (Systems and Engineering) by providing efficient... • Fri, 07 JunQueensland Government
Senior Program Officer » Brisbane, QLD - Allport Contact details MB: 0459 850 162 Access the The role of the Senior Program Officer, Culture and Reconciliation..., CaR and/or Director Culture. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Further information We are committed... • Fri, 07 JunQueensland Government
Graduate Teacher Program 2025 » Australia - of our next cohort of Graduate Teachers as part of our 2025 Graduate Program. Successful applicants will enjoy a unique two-year... for students in Early Learning up to Year 12. The program offers graduate teachers the direct support of school leaders... • Fri, 07 JunThe Geelong College
Program Manager, Digital Strategy & Transformation » Melbourne, VIC - care and health management. The Role The Program Manager, Transformation will play a pivotal role in supporting the... Director of Digital Health Transformation and Digital Health Senior Leadership Team with digital strategy formulation, roadmap... • Thu, 06 JunAlfred Health
Executive Assistant to Cancer Clinical Program Director » Adelaide, SA - administrative and secretarial service to the Program Deliver Manager including advice and recommendations, contributing to the... has a direct reporting line to the Program Deliver Manager in relation to workload management, systems and processes, approval... • Thu, 06 JunSA Health$75430 - 79070 per year
Principal Project Manager » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Working in the National Park Booking System Replacement Project, the Project Specialist will work closely and collaboratively with the project team and relevant staff across the Department. They will support existing relationships with and where appropriate, develop new relationships with a view to ensuring that the implementation of the replacement National Parks Booking System meets departmental needs and client service obligations. This role is responsible for the development of project implementation, governance and stakeholder training documentation and associated deliverables across the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships. Specifically, you will play critical role in a major project to replace the existing National Parks Booking Service (NPBS). The intent of the system replacement is to deliver an improved, customer enriched booking experience, address technology security and stability risks and consolidate all QPWS&P's product offerings (camping and vehicle permits, visitor attractions/events bookings and ticket sales) into a single platform. The successful vendor has been contracted to deliver an off-the-shelf platform plus the required additional development work to ensure the platform is fit for purpose. Role Duties The Project Specialist will report to the Program Director in relation to project requirement and will be supported by a Change Manager, Business Analyst, Project Manager and two Senior Digital Project Officers. Responsibilities include: Work in collaboration with the project team to identify and prioritise requirements to be delivered in relation to the implementation of the National Parks Booking Service replacement system. Collaborate with the project Change Manager and Communications to ensure change impacts are actioned and business readiness is planned and managed (training and co-facilitation or project change activities). Collaborate with the project team to ensure business scenarios are covered with the proposed test cases and assist with defect management with the vendor. Liaise and collaborate with other Subject Matter Experts and Senior Users to ensure the project is delivering against the planned activities. Review and refresh any products delivered by the project team and endorse that they are correct prior to submission to the project board. Provide the Program Director and Project Manager with an operational view into project outcomes / products to support their decision making and approval of project products. Provide business expertise and work closely with other relevant business stakeholders to understand business drivers, considerations and necessary approvals and support project outcomes. Work with business units, project managers and across project teams responsible for IT delivery and services. Provide weekly leadership reports on project progress, achievements, and improvement areas. Essential Qualifications/Certifications/Skills The Contractor must have experience in and knowledge of the following: Demonstrated expertise with the implementation of Prince 2, Project Management. Ability to make pragmatic decisions under pressure (e.g. time, cost) and work with the uncertainty that is part of project delivery. Effective stakeholder engagement across all levels including negotiation skills and problem solving. High-level written communication including the preparation of complex, sensitive materials. Conveying feedback in a constructive manner to assist the project team in delivering quality products and outcomes. High-level analytical capabilities. Contribution to workplace equity and diversity that enriches our culture of innovation, respect, and inclusion. Previous experience working for a large IT/ICT organisation or IT Projects (involving significant governance elements). Demonstrated ability to work effectively and independently and as a member of a multi-disciplinary team and work across multiple initiatives and diverse stakeholder groups. Familiarity with technologies and strategies for overcoming connectivity barriers, such as offline data synchronisation, cloud-based solutions, and efficient use of local resources. Experience in aspects of systems integration, application 'look and feel', development, deployment, and training of applications. The Project Specialist shall also be highly skilled in the use of Microsoft Visio (or similar) and proficient with office automation tools such as Windows, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Microsoft Outlook (e-mail). The successful contractor should be a self-motivated, enthusiastic, and results-oriented person with good interpersonal skills. To apply email Dalton.dalleyhudson.com Quoting REF 238545 with a Word format version of your resume Applications close 10th June midday • Thu, 06 JunHudson Australia
Events Program Director » North Sydney, North Sydney Area - AFR Live, The Australian Financial Review's premium events arm, is looking for a high-caliber individual with insight, intelligence, curiosity, creativity, drive, strong business instincts and natural salesmanship to further extend Australia's premier series of business events. As an AFR Live Program Director you are responsible not just for researching, conceptualising, and creating the agendas of the events in your portfolio, but also for ensuring that they are commercially successful, editorially relevant, and delivered to the high standards expected of the Financial Review brand. This requires you to work collaboratively with our marketing, operations and partnership teams, and the AFR newsroom, as well as with the top Australian corporates and policymakers from which we draw our speakers, sponsors and partners. Day to day you will: Create high-quality editorial events and initiatives Design compelling and original agendas Identify and secure the very best "hard-to-get" speakers Develop a sponsorship strategy for each event and secure sponsorship revenue Ensure smooth, timely and high-quality delivery of events • Thu, 06 JunFairfax Media
Principal Technical Program Manager » Australia - Job Description: Principal Technical Program Manager (IC4) Who are we? The Oracle Software Assurance organization... your career and create the future of software assurance at scale together. The Principal Technical Program Manager role reports... • Wed, 05 JunOracle
Nursing Director - Heart Lung Program » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - About the role Permanent full time opportunity to provide expert nursing leadership and operational management based on established strategic direction and priorities set by Metro North Health and relevant health service strategic plans; across the Heart Lung Program, and portfolio responsibilities allocated. The role applies professional knowledge and framework that promotes efficiency and effectiveness and supports innovation and continuous improvement resulting in sustainable best practice consumer/person focused care. About you Our ideal candidate will be someone who can carry out the following key accountabilities in accordance with the Metro North Health's values: Facilitate practice of self and others is in accordance with code of ethics, professional standards and legislation affecting nursing practice by maintaining current knowledge and competence within scope of position. Undertake, and participate in ethical decision making in the achievement of organisational goals. Work collaboratively with key stakeholders to identify and prioritise needs accessing both material and human resources through effective negotiation and communication to achieve cost effective consumer/person centred service delivery including Business Planning Framework (BPF) application. Health Equity It is expected that all Metro North Health staff, including the incumbent of this role as a valuable member of the Metro North workforce, contribute to the health equity agenda and meet the intent of supporting the defined six actions that specifically meet the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people within the National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards (NSQHS), by actively supporting the elimination of racial discrimination and institutional racism; supporting increased access to health care; influencing the social, cultural and economic determinants of health; supporting the delivery of sustainable, culturally safe and responsive health services; and recognise the importance of working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, communities and organisations to design, deliver, monitor and review the health and support services we provide. Benefits when working for us Rewarding career and development opportunities across a wide range of clinical and non-clinical areas Value driven organisation which provides a work environment that is safe, satisfying, flexible, and promotes a healthy work-life balance Flexible working arrangements and competitive salary rates with annual incremental increases Benefit from a higher than standard employer contribution to Superannuation of up to 12.75% and access to salary packaging Be part of a world-class, dynamic and growing health service that embraces technology and innovation, excellence in healthcare, quality teaching and cutting edge research. Metro North Health is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workplace for all employees. We offer unique and rewarding professional development opportunities in a safe and flexible work environment with a focus on putting our people first. You can find out more about why it's so great to work at Metro North here: https://metronorth.health.qld.gov.au/careers Job ad reference number: PCH569539Close date: Tuesday, 18 June 2024 Find out about the role in more detail and how to apply in the attached Role Description. APPLICATIONS RECEIVED VIA THIRD PARTIES (RECRUITMENT AGENCIES ETC.) WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED • Wed, 05 JunQueensland Government
Program Medical Director - Acute Intervention Services » Barwon, NSW - The Program Medical Director - Acute Intervention Services (AIS) is accountable to the Clinical Director (MHDAS) for the... partnership with the Program Manager of AIS, the Program Medical Director will lead the strategic and operational deliverables... • Tue, 04 JunBarwon Health
Events Program Director » North Sydney, NSW - salesmanship to further extend Australia's premier series of business events. As an AFR Live Program Director you are responsible... • Tue, 04 JunNine
Program Officer, Listening Post Collective » Evergreen, QLD - for LPC concept notes and proposals, working closely with the Director for US Programs, LPC program staff, and the Internews...ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY We are seeking a highly motivated and experienced Program Officer to manage aspects... • Tue, 04 JunInternews
EL1 - Assistant Director, Grant Programs - Office of Road Safety » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - The opportunity we have available The Road and Vehicle Safety Division aims to improve road safety and reduce road trauma for all Australians. RVS has four main functions: setting the policy direction for road safety through the National Road Safety Strategy 2021-30 and National Road Safety Action Plan 2023-25; delivering targeted infrastructure and non-infrastructure road safety programs; developing and maintaining legislation including the Road Vehicle Standards Act 2018 (RVSA) and other legislative instruments and vehicle standards; and regulating the first provision of vehicles in the Australian market including vehicle certification, imports, enforcement and vehicle recalls. RVS also leads engagements and communications with a wide range of stakeholders including state governments. The Office of Road Safety is responsible for implementing the Australian Government's responsibilities outlined in the National Road Safety Strategy and National Road Safety Action Plan, designing and delivering non-infrastructure road safety grants and programs, road safety policy and analytics, and engagement with a broad range of government and non-government stakeholders, including through inter-departmental committees and intergovernmental forums. The department is seeking to fill multiple roles within the Office of Road Safety, Grants and Program Section. This opportunity is available at a critical point in the evolution of the Office of Road Safety. We are focused on implementing and administering the new National Road Safety Action Grants and Car Safety Ratings programs as well as closing off a number of grant programs. We are also at an exciting point where we can evaluate past programs and draw on lessons learned to more efficiently and effectively deliver future grants programs. The key duties of the position include What will you do? As an Assistant Director, you will be well organised and demonstrate the ability to deliver results in an environment characterised by tight timeframes and changing circumstances and priorities. You also have excellent written, verbal and numeric skills, and well-developed stakeholder management skills. Your role will require you to undertake the following tasks: lead a small team responsible for the governance and administration of non-infrastructure road safety grants assessing and providing complex advice on non-infrastructure road safety grants overseeing the delivery of non-infrastructure road safety grants to which Commonwealth funding has been committed, including by: assessing project proposals managing approvals, agreements/contracts and projects variations coordinating program governance and administration preparing and reviewing communications products establishing and providing ongoing management of financial allocations for each project under the various programs including by managing milestone payments and organising movements of funds or transfers of funds where required, in conjunction with the Program, Financial Management and supporting IT systems; managing core administrative functions, such as the preparation of ministerial correspondence, briefs, implementation advice and media releases, with respect to projects supporting whole-of-government and strategic decision-making to ensure road safety and community impacts are appropriately considered, including through engagement in Cabinet submission and Budget processes building strong and constructive relationships with a broad range of stakeholders, both internal and external to the department, as well as across the branches participating in funding processes, such as Budget and Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO), to progress new funding commitments Who are we looking for? We are looking for individuals who are motivated by the opportunity to work on cross-government and cross-portfolio issues by contributing their grant program skills, along with their exceptional stakeholder engagement abilities, to deliver projects, grants and initiatives which support all Australians. You will be responsible for the effective delivery of non-infrastructure projects Australia-wide. You will lead a team and work with delivery partners to ensure the successful delivery of these projects and manage risk effectively. To be successful in this role, you will need to demonstrate ability in the following areas: Experience in grant program delivery, establishing program governance frameworks and coordinating program monitoring and evaluation. leadership skills, including establishing and sustaining a positive, professional, values based and supportive culture of achievement and delivery. the ability to manage your team's workload to achieve results, often working with tight timeframes and competing priorities. excellent stakeholder engagement skills being able to connect with colleagues and high-priority stakeholders with different perspectives for example, government agencies, Ministers' offices and interested parties, to find common ground and achieve outcomes working on cross-government and cross-portfolio issues. high level communication skills with the ability to assess information, distil key messages and adapt your delivery to influence your audience and manage negotiations. well-developed writing skills with the ability to prepare strategic advice and briefings, ministerial correspondence and program report writing for Executive and Ministers. Good team-work and interpersonal skills with the ability to collaborate positively and effectively with others even under pressure and in a fast-paced environment resilience and adaptability, able to adapt to changing priorities and deal with uncertainty. experience managing strategic processes, including excellent coordination skills and strong attention to detail. act with integrity, judgment and professionalism. • Tue, 04 JunAPS
Organisation Change Manager » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - The Organisational Change Manager, reporting to the Senior Program Director, is required to oversee and deliver program change and communication activities for the Department's IT Strategy Implementation Program to maintain stakeholder confidence and assist adoption of new technical capabilities in the organisation. The position is both strategic and operational and it will partner closely with the program team to integrate effective change management strategies into all project plans for the program. The position requires experience in delivering change and/or adoption processes within project environments in government organisations with the ability to align change delivery to strategic priorities, working within organisational constraints to deliver a pragmatic approach to change. It will require well-developed knowledge and understanding of the process of change at organisational, team and individual level to effectively guide the organisation through a change process that is adopted by people. Applications will remain current for 12 months. • Tue, 04 JunQueensland Government
Senior Project Coordinator - IT » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Senior Project Coordinator Who you'll be working with: A forward-thinking enterprise energy infrastructure company who are one of the Top50 companies to work for in Australia. Role is based in Brisbane CBD with Hybrid flexible working (2 days in office). What you'll be doing: You will play many roles in the position providing administration and coordination support to the Program Director, PMO Lead and Project Team with a strong focus on Program Financial Management and Reporting. Someone at a junior level into their career as a project coordinator may struggle with the complexity of this role. This role requires proactive multitasking and ability to coordinate activities with other team members and stakeholders. As a Project Coordinator, you will: Developing and maintain Project Management Plans, Reports, presentations, and other governance documentation. Maintain the Program Risk Scheduling Coordinate the execution of deliverables - Reporting. Coordinate workshop/meeting logistics. Ensure contractor and employee timesheets are entered each week. Ensure third party invoices are reconciled to the forecast and budget. Purchase Order Management Using excel based spreadsheets, maintain the financial budget. On-board new team members into the Program Contribute to the development of resourcing plans Support preparation of Steering Committee packs Your Skills: Experience supporting complex ICT programs and projects. Strong Financial Management skills in large scale programs Strong written and verbal communication skills Experience scheduling with Microsoft Project Competent with Excel Demonstrated experience and understanding of project management processes and principles Exceptional level of planning, organisation and execution skills If this sounds like the perfect job role for you, please apply within or contact David at dbolton(at)aurec.com . We will contact you if you are successfully shortlisted. • Mon, 03 JunAurec
Program Director Full-time Temporary » Australian Capital Territory, Australia - An exciting opportunity exists at the Community Services Directorate (CSD) to lead the Growth and Renewal Program as the Program Director of Infrastructure and Contracts, Housing Assistance. Housing Assistance provides public housing and rental assistance to clients and aims to be an innovative and effective social housing provider, responsive to the needs of its clients. The Program Director will work closely with the Executive Branch Manager, Infrastructure and Contracts to ensure the delivery of Housing Assistance’s capital works program maintains its alignment to current and emerging client requirements. In addition to agency and broader government stakeholders, it is expected that the Program Director will lead and demonstrate collaborative and influential relationships with local design, construction, and maintenance industries. To be successful in this role, you will have demonstrable skills in management, community sector reform and development, business and project planning, and effective leadership. More information can be found in the position description. CSD is an inclusive employer where all people are respected and valued for their contribution. We strongly encourage and welcome applications from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people, People with Disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, veterans, mature age workers and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ) people. Notes: This is a temporary position available for a period of six months, with the possibility of extension up to 12 months and/or permanency. A merit pool will be established from this selection process and may be used to fill vacancies over the next 12 months. Selection may be based on written application and referee reports only. Previous applicants do not need to apply. How to Apply: Applications are to write an expression of interest, addressing the Selection Criteria, no more than two A4 pages, plus resume/curriculum vita and referees. Applications should be submitted via the Apply Now button below. Note This is a temporary position available immediately for a period of six months, with the possibility of extension up to 12 months and/or permanency. • Mon, 03 JunACT Government
Senior Director, Program Management » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Contract Position type Full-time Occupational group Executive Classification HES2 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/EA568571 Closing date 13-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Executive Contract Contact person Amy Williams Contact details HCDrecruitmenthealth.qld.gov.au Access the National Relay Service The role We are seeking an experienced and dynamic Senior Director, Program Management who is driven, focused, and passionate about contributing to the delivery of public infrastructure. As the Senior Director, you will play a crucial role in leading and driving the execution of complex initiatives that underpin our platform and services. You will collaborate with cross-functional teams and work closely with key stakeholders to deliver innovative solutions that achieve objectives. The Senior Director will motivate and inspire diverse teams to drive cross-organisational initiatives while functioning in a challenging healthcare setting. You will have extensive stakeholder management skills with the ability to oversee, advise and collaborate with multi-disciplinary project teams. Your role will involve aspects of being the key interface with the health service provider and industry as needed as well as briefing and advising senior Health Capital Division (HCD) and Departmental executives. You should also be capable of translating the Department's system enablers of flexible, future-fit infrastructure that enables world-class healthcare throughout all key phases of project development. You will: Drive the management of innovation and improvement of various multi-disciplinary teams. Provide technical leadership and direction in relation to program matters, develop collaborate working relationships with a range of internal and external stakeholders. Provide program and performance monitoring in relation to strategic oversight. Negotiate outcomes and provide persuasive advice with high level interpersonal and written communication, consultation, and negotiation skills. Assess the program level opportunities and challenges and develop the program initiatives. Live and breathe our HCD commitments in the way we plan and deliver projects. The successful person The successful candidate will have previous experience in a similar leadership role in a complex healthcare environment. You will have extensive expertise in project and program management techniques, along with proven success in overseeing and completing medium to large scale complex or high-risk projects to achieve positive results. The Senior Director will additionally have proven high level experience in communicating with various internal and external stakeholders and effective planning to achieve positive outcomes within complex organisational cultures. You will have: Demonstrated experience and proven achievements in leading delivery of complex infrastructure projects through procurement, design and construction phases. High level experience and knowledge of program and project management Successfully led and delivered on health or other infrastructure in politically sensitive environments. About Health Capital Division The division is responsible for delivering the end-to-end capital infrastructure process, like planning, business cases, construction, and capital maintenance programs. Working for HCD allows you to deliver projects that ultimately improve the health and wellbeing of Queenslanders. Benefits of working with the Department of Health: By joining the Department of Health you will work within a fast-paced, challenging and supportive environment where every employee plays a critical role in our ongoing success. You will enjoy a variety of benefits, including: Competitive salary generous superannuation and leave loading Flexible working arrangements Diverse work culture Career training and development To reflect the diversity within the communities and people we support and serve, we seek to hire a workforce that is both representative and diverse. With a focus on inclusion, accessibility and flexibility, we are committed to supporting you in your career with us. To apply for this exciting opportunity, please submit your resume and a cover letter (maximum 2 pages) outlining your skills and experience relevant for this role. We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Applications will remain current for a period of up to 12 months and may be considered for other vacancies which may include an alternative employment basis (temporary; full time or part time). Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. EA568571 Senior Director, Program Management RD v0.3 (PDF, 693KB) Role Description • Mon, 03 JunQueensland Government
Program Manager- Enterprise Transformation » Gold Coast, QLD - We are seeking an experienced Transformation Program Manager to govern the delivery of the Transformation Roadmap... within an EPMO. This will involve managing coordinating a large, complex transformation program through its full life cycle. Position... • Sat, 01 JunPeoplebank
Director Loyalty Programs - East Asia & Pacific » The Rocks, Sydney - About Us IHG Hotels & Resorts has more than 6,300 leased, managed or owned hotels and over 1,900 more in development. You'll find us in more than 100 countries. Our 19 brands help guests create amazing memories with the help of an incredible team. Approximately 345,000 people work across IHG's hotels and corporate offices globally. Opportunities of all kinds are born at IHG. Your Day to Day With spectacular growth in our region - which includes a newly revamped rewards program and new brands in market - and an even bigger ambition, there couldn't be a better time to join the IHG family. We currently have an outstanding opportunity for a well established and highly motivated individual to join our team as Director of Loyalty Programs for our East Asia and Pacific (EAPAC) region. The role will be based out of our Sydney or Singapore support office and reports to our Head of Loyalty based out of the UK. The core purpose of the role is to lead our global loyalty agenda in EAPAC, this includes analyzing loyalty performance trends, understanding the competitive environment, assisting with regional strategic loyalty business plan development, while leading the implementation of tactical initiatives to drive member acquisition, retention, share of wallet, engagement, and guest love across the region. The role will work collaboratively with commercial, operational, and marketing colleagues across the region to understand and address local challenges and opportunities to grow loyalty metrics (especially contribution) across all brands. What we need from you To be successful in this role the following skills and attributes are highly desirable Bachelors or Master's degree in relevant discipline or an equivalent combination of education and experience 8 years progressive experience managing global teams with demonstrated commercial success in strategy, consulting, professional services and/or loyalty program management, preferably in travel or hospitality. Driving Results - Generate positive business results through strategic business planning and successful execution. Leading Change - Proven track record driving innovation and change in a complex, global organization. Executive Presence - Motivate and inspire action across the organization. Collaboration - Collaborate with and lead cross-functional, teams. Influencing with Impact - Work across functions to shape and drive how loyalty can support commercial performance and marketing in region. Effective Communicator - Present to all levels of the organization and build internal & external relationships. Project Management - Demonstrated project management skills in organizing, planning, and executing plans across the business. People Leadership - Experience leading people to reach their full potential and building high performing teams. Other - Experience with Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel and Word. What we offer In return, we'll give you a competitive benefits package including salary, bonus, health fund and discounted accommodation worldwide and the opportunity to progress your career with IHG. At IHG we offer opportunities of flexible and hybrid working arrangements. Additionally, we value diversity, equity, inclusion, and wellness for our colleagues which is represented by our suite of industry leading benefits. Are you looking for a role to deliver true hospitality for good? At IHG Hotels and Resorts we have fantastic career opportunities across a number of brands, from luxury and lifestyle to essentials. We're committed to do the right thing for our colleagues. Our inclusive culture enables everyone to belong, and have the opportunity to grow with us with opportunities for career progression. To find out more about us or any other jobs with IHG please go to www.careers.ihg.com IHG is an equal opportunity employer. • Sat, 01 JunInterContinental Hotels Group
Aboriginal Communities Officer » Perth CBD, Perth - Permanent opportunity - $90,119 11% Super Flexible working arrangements Based in Osborne Park About the role: This position relates to Section 51 of the Equal Employment Opportunity Act 1984 (WA). We are seeking to increase the diversity of our workforce to better meet the differing needs of our customers and to improve equal opportunity outcomes for our employees. Indigenous Australians are encouraged to apply. In this role you will provide administration and business support services to the Aboriginal Communities Water Services (ACWS) Program Director and team. What the role will involve: Deliver an effective range of business services to the Aboriginal Communities Water Services Program Director and team. Assist the Aboriginal Communities Water Services Program Director and team in administration and organisation of the business unit. Assist in conducting regular reviews of Aboriginal Communities Water Services webpage and team work instructions. Develop and maintain various standard documents in conjunction with key team and internal stakeholders. Provide support on projects in close liaison with team and internal stakeholders. Coordinate and facilitate meetings and presentations within Water Corporation project areas. Key skills and experience: Tertiary qualification in a relevant discipline e.g. business administration Relevant experience in providing a broad range of business, financial and people processing support services in a similar environment. Well-developed interpersonal and customer relationship skills. Well-developed competencies in the use of Microsoft suite. Highly developed verbal and written communication skills. Good conceptual and analytical skills. Well organised with attention to detail. Real benefits that matter. Real flexibility with options to work from home, flexible work hours Two well-being days each year to do whatever you need to do to feel good Access to long service leave pro rata after 3 years of service Generous co-contribution superannuation up to 13% Purchase additional leave of up to 4 weeks Applications close 12th June 2024 Please note: As part of the recruitment process you may be required to complete Pre-Employment screening which may include a medical, qualification check, police clearance and Australian working rights check. We reserve the right to withdraw this ad prior to the closing date. Our commitment to a diverse and inclusive workplace: Diversity and inclusion are more than words. They guide us on building a thriving workforce that reflects the diversity of our customers and our community. We encourage applications from every background, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability, women, youth, LGBTQIA folks and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Applicants with disability who require adjustments, or alternative methods of communication in the recruitment process, can contact a Recruitment Officer at recruitmentwatercorporation.com.au or 9420 2000. To read our diversity and inclusion statement, please visit our website '537871 • Sat, 01 JunWaterCorp
Senior Director Courts Innovation Program » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Contract Position type Full-time Occupational group Executive Classification SES2(Lw) Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/568420/24 Closing date 12-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration 5 years with possible extension Contact person Celia Jones, On Talent Recruitment Contact details Phone: (07) 3305 5800 Access the National Relay Service The Senior Director CIP is responsible for developing strategies and driving reforms that reflect a therapeutic jurisprudence approach, address the overrepresentation of First Nations people in the justice system, and improve the justice system response to DFV. As Senior Director CIP, you will: Deliver public value through championing and leading CIP to drive strategic, cultural and system change in alignment with government priorities, departmental objectives, and stakeholder expectations. Identify opportunities to continuously improve and cultivate excellence in CIP program delivery. Lead strategic and operational planning and practices (including finance and human resources) across CIP. Create and maintain a cohesive, high performing CIP team, creating strong working relationships, empowering, and coaching others, encouraging a multidisciplinary team approach and displaying leadership that supports a culture of continuous improvement. Drive and cultivate cultural, DFV and therapeutic jurisprudence capability across the team and in the operation of CIP programs. Develop, implement and manage innovative court programs which seek to address the underlying causes of offending and the overrepresentation of First Nations people in the justice system with a focus on evidence-based approaches and continuous improvement. The role reports to the Executive Director, MCS and works collaboratively with the Chief Magistrate, Deputy Chief Magistrates, and magistrates. As such, this position requires an understanding of the separation of powers and the unique judicial environment within which the MCS operates. The role also works collaboratively with key partner agencies both within and external to government. Sitting within MCS, CIP consists of over 90 staff throughout Queensland and is comprised of four areas: Specialist Courts and Referral and Support Services. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Justice Programs and Partnerships. Policy, Research and Evaluation. Business Support. There are no mandatory qualifications required for this role, however formal qualifications in law, legal practice management, public administration, or business would be highly regarded. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. Applicant Information Package (PDF, 379KB) 568420-24 Role Description (Word, 401KB) • Sat, 01 JunQueensland Government
Assistant Director, Program Planning and Reporting » Australia - Systems Modernisation Program (Indigo Program) on behalf of the agency. The Enterprise Strategy and Transformation Division... activities of the Indigo Program. The Division has engaged specialists who are experts in their respective fields, and at the... • Sat, 01 JunAustralian Electoral Commission
Extension Program Manager – TAS Farm Innovation Hub » Launceston, TAS - Extension Program Manager - TAS Farm Innovation Hub An opportunity to lead the implementation of the Hub's Extension...), is one of a network of eight hubs nationally and is part of a large and complex program sponsored by the Department of Agriculture... • Fri, 31 MayUniversity of Tasmania$151543 per year
Program Director, Performance Excellence » Birmingham Gardens, Newcastle Area - Key leadership role with the newly created Performance Excellence team Sustain our world-class learning experience and enhance operational processes for the University Competitive salary, flexible working, 17% super and so much more… Job no: HRC0007102 Category: HEW 10 Position: Full Time Fixed Term until 31 st December 2025 Location: Newcastle (Callaghan) Campus Our University The University of Newcastle stands as a global leader distinguished by a commitment to equity and excellence. Our vision is to be a world-leading University for our regions and create a better future for our regions and the globe. Underpinned by this vision and our values of excellence, equity, engagement and sustainability, the University of Newcastle’s Looking Ahead Strategic Plan 2020-2025 outlines the University’s commitment to delivering an exceptional student experience and serving our communities. For more information click here – Our Uni . Our Unit A unique opportunity exists to join the University of Newcastle as we embark on enhancing our strategic footing for the future. With the announcement of the Australian Universities Accord that will drive transformative reform across the Higher Education system, we are exploring avenues to further enhance our support for students and refine our operational practices to continue to better serve our region. The University is standing up a program of work to identify where we can gain efficiencies and improve our effectiveness as an institution. Led by our Pro Vice-Chancellor (Academic Excellence), Professor Jennifer Milam, the Performance Excellence team, will support the coordinated implementation of institutional strategic priorities, and large change initiatives, preparing the University to be a sustainable institution well into the future. The team will define a path of performance excellence derived from a holistic approach and a collaborative culture that will sustain our world-class learning experience for students and support a high-performing research-intensive university. The Team is responsible for providing resources, insights, and specialised support in the areas of project and change management, communications, and data-informed strategic insights. Be challenged and imagine with us The Program Director is a senior member of the Academic Excellence team. This key leadership role has responsibility and accountability for timely and effective delivery of a suite of strategic programs that are aimed at enhancing the ongoing pursuit of performance excellence, sustainability, and efficient operational processes of the University. Over the 18-month period the Program Director will lead the University’s Service Excellence Program and key strategic initiatives within Academic Excellence to deliver on the University’s Looking Ahead Strategic Plan. How will you inspire us? The successful candidate will have the leadership skills and change management experience to lead the Performance Excellence team, a high-performing team of project and change management, communications, and data analysis specialists providing a holistic approach to the successful delivery of strategic initiatives across the University. You will have: Postgraduate qualifications and proven expertise in the management of significant change program, and project planning outcomes in a large complex organisation. Demonstrated leadership qualities and capacity to manage high performing, multi-disciplinary teams. Demonstrated extensive project planning experience, encompassing strategic, conceptual and analytical skills. Demonstrated record of providing strategic direction and leading the development and delivery of change initiatives using sound judgement to make critical decisions. Experience in developing and implementing protocols, change frameworks and processes. Skills and ability to forge and maintain professional, collaborative partnerships with key stakeholders across all levels of the organisation. Superior interpersonal and communication skills including influencing and negotiation across organisational boundaries and generate a strong sense of team spirit, co-operation and collaboration, within and across teams. For the full list of essential and desirable selection criteria, please review the Position Description. What we offer A highly attractive remuneration package is on offer and a range of flexible salary packaging options is also available. For information on our employee benefits (such as flexible working, discounts in private health insurance and gym memberships and salary packaging) please visit here . Move to Newcastle A move to Newcastle offers you the choice to live in the city, by the sea or near bushland - the region offers a wonderful place for a family to grow and the opportunity to strike a work/life balance. Visit the City of Newcastle site to imagine your future. Your next steps Visit this page for a guide on how to apply for a role. If viewing this on a job board other than the University's please click ‘Apply’ to reach the University's website, where a copy of the Position Description can be accessed. Please download a copy before commencing your application. Your application must include: Your curriculum vitae A cover letter outlining your motivation to apply for this opportunity and addressing the selection criteria Please upload your Cover Letter and response to the requested Criteria as one PDF document . Your Cover Letter and Response to the Essential Criteria should not exceed 2 - 3 pages. For the full list of the selection criteria and role responsibilities, please download the Position Description (available in the Related Documents section below). For specific position enquiries, please contact Kathy Hadley, Executive Assistant, Office of Academic Excellence on (02) 4921 7700 or via email at kathy.hadleynewcastle.edu.au Having Difficulties? Please reach out to us: employmentnewcastle.edu.au Closing date: Thursday, 13 th June at 11.59pm AEST We are excited to be Looking Ahead with you The University of Newcastle is an equal opportunity employer committed to equity, diversity and social inclusion. Women and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are particularly encouraged to apply. The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present. LI-CH1 Video • Fri, 31 MayUniversity of Newcastle
Assistant Director, Program Planning and Reporting » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - You will join a team of a highly motivated and collaborative professionals that work in the Enterprise Transformation Group (ETG). The ETG is made up of two Divisions, the Chief Information Officer Division (CIOD) and the Enterprise Strategy and Transformation Division (ESTD). These Divisions have been established to drive the AEC's transformation agenda, and to deliver the Election Systems Modernisation Program (Indigo Program) on behalf of the agency. The Enterprise Strategy and Transformation Division (ESTD) is responsible for enabling, assuring, governing, planning, reporting, and advising on the current and future activities of the Indigo Program. The Division has engaged specialists who are experts in their respective fields, and at the same time provides opportunities for change, growth and development for individuals who want to want to apply their skills and experience in a new environment, while building, shaping, and potentially redirecting their careers. The Indigo Program is a once in a generation modernisation program to improve the delivery of election and roll management services. The Program Planning and Reporting section within the ESTD supports the successful delivery of the Indigo Program through detailed planning and reporting functions. This includes the prioritisation of objectives and development of, and reporting against, the Program's delivery roadmap. Using a Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®) methodology, the team is also responsible for the functional capability of the Solution Management Team (SMT). The key duties of the position include The Assistant Director will lead and manage a team that will undertake a range of activities to support the effective and efficient functioning of the Indigo Program. In this role, you will support Indigo Program planning by overseeing and managing the development of schedules, plans, and timeline/critical path monitoring, including dependency mapping and workforce planning. The team is also responsible for developing and delivering against a catalogue of program reporting artefacts to provide a range of audiences with visibility of Program progress against key deliverables, in support of insight, analysis, governance, assurance and decision making. This role will be responsible for overseeing the development, preparation and maintenance of high-quality program documentation including briefings, decision papers, presentations, plans and reporting artefacts. This will include analysis and evaluation of progress, identifying risks, and developing intervention procedures or mitigation measures where required. Situated within a fast paced and highly dynamic environment, this role also contributes to facilitating strategic Program activities, and offers an opportunity for the successful candidate to assist with the championing and continuous improvement of the AEC's Program management. To excel you'll have: Experience working in, managing or co-ordinating programs or large projects, preferably using an Agile methodology. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, and the ability to effectively communicate information to a range of audiences. Strong attention to detail and experience in managing quality assurance of high volumes of correspondence, briefs and reports. Ability to gather information from a variety of sources, explore new ideas, identify opportunities for continuous improvement and identify any critical gaps. Experience in effectively managing competing priorities and strategic directions, with an ability to remain calm under pressure and respond flexibly to change and uncertainty. Proven ability to make sensitive and complex decisions using professional judgement within legislative parameters and delegated authority. Proven ability to act with discretion and integrity in managing sensitive information. Desirable Relevant tertiary qualifications in a related field. Experience or training in the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®) methodology. • Fri, 31 MayAPS
Director Capability Program » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - The key duties of the position include The Role Accountable to the Executive Director for leading project and work teams to achieve complex aligned to the National Defence Strategy and IIP. Responsible for providing strategic direction and guidance to integrated teams, including managing resources, exercising delegations, setting clear performance and behavioural standards, and managing performance outcomes. Responsible for exercising independence and applying high-level decision making to influence program directives and requirements, develop project plans and strategies, monitor workflow and manage risk, issues and performance. Responsible for building and sustaining productive working relationships with the Defence strategic centre, delivery agencies, groups and services and external stakeholders to understand and manage dependencies and requirements. Responsible for engaging the Defence strategic centre, groups and services, and whole-of-government central agencies to inform, collaborate and negotiate on complex issues to positively influence Theatre Logistics capability outcomes. Responsible for drafting high-level correspondence including committee submissions, ministerial and cabinet papers, senior-level briefing papers, and presentation material. About our Team Logistics Capability Branch is a newly established branch within Joint Logistics Command. Logistics Capability Branch sponsors and manages logistics capability development, delivery and integration through the Logistics Capability Program to enable to generation and sustainment of priority areas that align with the Defence Logistics Authority-Delegate's directions. In doing so, Logistics Capability Branch is responsible for: Progression and integration of logistics related to the National Defence strategy direction. Establishing, managing and maturing projects and programs within the Defence Logistics Capability Program. Building and maturing the capacity and capability of the Logistics Capability Branch, and ensuring its alignment with the One Defence Capability System. Successfully accelerating the delivery of critical capabilities under JP8218 Theatre Logistics. Our Ideal Candidate We are looking for agile and motivated individuals who have: Demonstrated experience and expertise in Program and/or Project Management. Demonstrated experience within the One Defence Capability System, Demonstrated ability to develop and implement plans and strategies, Demonstrated ability to work in a complex and ambiguous environments, Demonstrated ability to communicate with influence, Highly developed written communication skills with experience writing Cabinet, Ministerial, committee and/or senior leadership briefs and papers, Demonstrated ability work work independently with minimal oversight and; Demonstrated strong interpersonal skills and strong leadership qualities. • Fri, 31 MayAPS
Senior Director, Program Management » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - The roleWe are seeking an experienced and dynamic Senior Director, Program Management who is driven, focused, and passionate about contributing to the delivery of public infrastructure. As the Senior Director, you will play a crucial role in leading and driving the execution of complex initiatives that underpin our platform and services. You will collaborate with cross-functional teams and work closely with key stakeholders to deliver innovative solutions that achieve objectives. The Senior Director will motivate and inspire diverse teams to drive cross-organisational initiatives while functioning in a challenging healthcare setting.You will have extensive stakeholder management skills with the ability to oversee, advise and collaborate with multi-disciplinary project teams. Your role will involve aspects of being the key interface with the health service provider and industry as needed as well as briefing and advising senior Health Capital Division (HCD) and Departmental executives. You should also be capable of translating the Department's system enablers of flexible, future-fit infrastructure that enables world-class healthcare throughout all key phases of project development. You will: Drive the management of innovation and improvement of various multi-disciplinary teams. Provide technical leadership and direction in relation to program matters, develop collaborate working relationships with a range of internal and external stakeholders. Provide program and performance monitoring in relation to strategic oversight. Negotiate outcomes and provide persuasive advice with high level interpersonal and written communication, consultation, and negotiation skills. Assess the program level opportunities and challenges and develop the program initiatives. Live and breathe our HCD commitments in the way we plan and deliver projects. The successful personThe successful candidate will have previous experience in a similar leadership role in a complex healthcare environment. You will have extensive expertise in project and program management techniques, along with proven success in overseeing and completing medium to large scale complex or high-risk projects to achieve positive results. The Senior Director will additionally have proven high level experience in communicating with various internal and external stakeholders and effective planning to achieve positive outcomes within complex organisational cultures. You will have: Demonstrated experience and proven achievements in leading delivery of complex infrastructure projects through procurement, design and construction phases. High level experience and knowledge of program and project management Successfully led and delivered on health or other infrastructure in politically sensitive environments. About Health Capital Division The division is responsible for delivering the end-to-end capital infrastructure process, like planning, business cases, construction, and capital maintenance programs. Working for HCD allows you to deliver projects that ultimately improve the health and wellbeing of Queenslanders. Benefits of working with the Department of Health:By joining the Department of Health you will work within a fast-paced, challenging and supportive environment where every employee plays a critical role in our ongoing success. You will enjoy a variety of benefits, including: Competitive salary generous superannuation and leave loading Flexible working arrangements Diverse work culture Career training and development To reflect the diversity within the communities and people we support and serve, we seek to hire a workforce that is both representative and diverse. With a focus on inclusion, accessibility and flexibility, we are committed to supporting you in your career with us. To apply for this exciting opportunity, please submit your resume and a cover letter (maximum 2 pages) outlining your skills and experience relevant for this role. We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. • Fri, 31 MayQueensland Government
Senior Cyber Business Analyst - Leading University » Sydney, Sydney Region - Join the University's ICT Cyber team as a Senior Business Analyst specializing in cybersecurity. In this role, you will work closely with the Lead Business Analyst and Cyber Program Director to drive the success of critical projects such as the PAM 2024 and IGA 2024 initiatives. Key Responsibilities : Contribute to detailed design, platform development, testing, and implementation phases. Assist in crafting platform/product roadmaps in alignment with university objectives. Ensure that solutions meet the specific cybersecurity requirements of the University. Collaborate with project teams and stakeholders to deliver necessary training. Design and implement support models suitable for the University's environment. Requirements : At least 5 years of experience in Cyber Business Analysis. Proficiency in PAM, with preference for experience in BeyondTrust. Strong analytical skills and ability to solve complex problems. Excellent communication and interpersonal abilities. Proven track record of successful project delivery in cybersecurity. If you are a skilled Business Analyst with a passion for cybersecurity and a desire to contribute to the University's mission, please apply below • Fri, 31 MayMorgan McKinley
Head of Programs Nursing » Albany, WA - Bunbury, WA - , visit . About the role The Head of Program (HoP) Nursing is an integral position responsible for the coordination... consistency and build innovation. This position reports to the Associate Director Strategic Projects and works closely... • Thu, 30 MayGovernment of Western Australia$85555 - 108501 per year
Program Manager » Sydney, NSW - will be: Support Program Director to deliver the Thales Australia UniFi Program and assist business with training and adoption... delivery of UniFi Performance reviews and program reporting – presenting to Executive/VP stakeholders Ongoing program support... • Thu, 30 MayThales
Allied Health Lead » Australia - Lead and develop a team of passionate allied health professionals Enjoy the benefits of a flexible work environment Generous salary packaging options The Hospital Research Foundation Group (THRF Group) is seeking an experienced clinician driven to make a difference to lead our client centered dedicated Allied Health team. About THRF Group THRF Group is an impactful and dynamic profit for purpose organisation, with national and international impact. Our purpose is simple – together, fight for better health and wellbeing for our community through life-changing medical research and improved healthcare. The Allied Health Lead is responsible for overseeing and coordinating the clinical and operational functions of Occupational Therapy, Psychology, Social Work, Developmental Education, Client Engagement and support staff across THRF Group - Client and Patient Services - Parkinson’s SA/ACT/NT and Stroke. This role will play a crucial role in fostering collaboration, supporting team culture and optimising staff development. About the role Reporting to the Program Director Chronic Disease and Wellbeing Impact, key responsibilities include: Develop, lead and supervise a team of multi-disciplinary allied health professionals Provide specialist occupational therapy clinical expertise, consultative services and professional advice within the team/sector/professional networks Ensure practice and industry currency by maintaining a client load, providing evidence based clinical occupational therapy services for complex clients with a range of neurological/movement disorders Contribute to continuous quality improvement initiatives aimed at providing safe and high-quality person-centred care. Connecting with key stakeholders, consumers, families, support coordinators to maximise client outcomes and opportunities for service development. We're looking for individuals who possess: Applicable tertiary qualification, current AHPRA Registration with at least 5 years’ professional experience - background as an Occupational Therapist or relevant allied health area Proven effective leadership skills including highly developed skills in communication, problem solving, conflict resolution and change management Knowledge of public and private health system and relevant programs Experience in applying contemporary management processes and clinical practices in a community setting Demonstrated flexibility, innovation and creativity which can be applied to the community setting, particularly in regard to the provision of clinical services. What we offer at THRF Group More than just a job: Join a team deeply connected to our cause and the positive impact we create in the community. Mission-Driven Impact : Make a tangible difference in the lives of others while developing your leadership skills. Flexibility : Enjoy the benefits of a flexible work environment, allowing for a healthy work-life balance. Salary Packaging : Maximise your take-home pay with generous salary packaging options. Join a Dynamic Team : Collaborate with passionate colleagues in a supportive and fulfilling work environment. Wellbeing Focus : We prioritise your wellbeing with benefits such as subsidised gym memberships, flu shots, and chiropractic care. If this opportunity ignites excitement for you, check out the detailed Position Description for more information. If you’d like to learn more, for a confidential chat please call: Sarah Grindlay - Program Director - Chronic Disease and Wellbeing Impact on: 0423 044 306 Apply now - don’t delay, we’ll be checking applications as they come in and moving fast • Thu, 30 MayThe Hospital Research Foundation Group
Assistant Director TUMRA Program » Townsville Region, Queensland - Job Summary We are seeking an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person with strong Program and Contract Management skills. Location: Cairns, QLD or Townsville, QLD preferred; or other Reef Authority locations may be considered. We are seeking an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person with strong Program and Contract Management skills, and demonstrated engagement experience working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This position requires a detailed understanding of the cultural connection of Traditional Owners with the Great Barrier Reef. The position will work closely with Great Barrier Reef Traditional Owners and other First Nations people including remote communities, corporations and bodies established to assist First Nations people and business. This position is within the TUMRA Section which is responsible for Traditional Use of Marine Resources Agreements (TUMRA) and Sea Country Values Mapping Programs. This Assistant Director position is responsible for providing strategic support to the TUMRA Section, providing leadership and direction to the team. This requires demonstrated ability to develop and lead a culturally inclusive, dynamic and innovative team, paving the way for transformational change. Represent the team to develop and maintain a strong and sustainable partnership with Traditional Owners in order to oversee the negotiation, development and implementation of multi-jurisdictional traditional sea country estate management that aligns with Traditional Owner aspirations, self-determination and cultural heritage protection. The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under subsection 8(1) of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 and is only open only to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants (further information is provided in the eligibility requirements section below). Duties: Provide high level strategic and operational program advice to the Director, the Executive and others on Traditional Owner matters relevant to Marine Park management, including preparing high quality written material and reports. Develop and deliver on planned strategic initiatives, monitor risk, and implementing annual plans and budgets to meet deadlines and achieve organisational goals. Work collaboratively to deliver policies, complex projects and management solutions that provide for the protection and conservation of the Reef. Liaising, consulting and negotiating with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, including Traditional Owner groups, Prescribed Bodies, Native Title Representative Bodies, Land Councils and government agencies on issues relevant to Marine Park management. Deliver relevant Reef Authority corporate objectives, and actively contribute to the section's work and cross-sectional work and emerging issues as part of the broader leadership team. As an APS employee you may be reassigned to a different set of duties at the same classification level at the discretion of the agency head (CEO), taking account of operational requirements in the agency. Eligibility requirements & qualifications Applicants must: be an Australian citizen at time of applying for position,. be able to obtain and maintain a Baseline security clearance, failure to do so will result in termination of employment. The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under subsection 8(1) of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 and is only open only to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants. This means applicants must: be of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent; and . identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander; and . are accepted by their community as being Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander. Applicants shortlisted for interview will need to provide evidence at interview to confirm eligibility under the above affirmative measure. Acceptable evidence includes: a letter signed and executed by the Chairperson of an incorporated Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander organisation confirming that they are recognised as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person, or . a confirmation of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent form executed by an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander organisation. Essential requirements: Hold and maintain a current unrestricted Queensland Drivers Licence (preferably with 4-wheel drive experience) or able to obtain within a 6-month period. Desirable qualifications or equivalent experience Diploma in Program Management, Project Management, Procurement qualifications or equivalent experience. Contemporary knowledge of social science, marine park/marine protected area/sea country management, including traditional use. The ability to travel, sometimes overnight or for multiple days, including to remote and regional locations. nrmjobs.com.au/job/20022037 • Thu, 30 MayGreat Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority
Assistant Director TUMRA Program » Australia - Location: Cairns, QLD or Townsville, QLD preferred; or other Reef Authority locations may be considered. We are seeking an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person with strong Program and Contract Management skills, and demonstrated engagement experience working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This position requires a detailed understanding of the cultural connection of Traditional Owners with the Great Barrier Reef. The position will work closely with Great Barrier Reef Traditional Owners and other First Nations people including remote communities, corporations and bodies established to assist First Nations people and business. This position is within the TUMRA Section which is responsible for Traditional Use of Marine Resources Agreements (TUMRA) and Sea Country Values Mapping Programs. This Assistant Director position is responsible for providing strategic support to the TUMRA Section, providing leadership and direction to the team. This requires demonstrated ability to develop and lead a culturally inclusive, dynamic and innovative team, paving the way for transformational change. Represent the team to develop and maintain a strong and sustainable partnership with Traditional Owners in order to oversee the negotiation, development and implementation of multi-jurisdictional traditional sea country estate management that aligns with Traditional Owner aspirations, self-determination and cultural heritage protection. The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under subsection 8(1) of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 and is only open only to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants (further information is provided in the eligibility requirements section below). The key duties of the position include Provide high level strategic and operational program advice to the Director, the Executive and others on Traditional Owner matters relevant to Marine Park management, including preparing high quality written material and reports. Develop and deliver on planned strategic initiatives, monitor risk, and implementing annual plans and budgets to meet deadlines and achieve organisational goals. Work collaboratively to deliver policies, complex projects and management solutions that provide for the protection and conservation of the Reef. Liaising, consulting and negotiating with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, including Traditional Owner groups, Prescribed Bodies, Native Title Representative Bodies, Land Councils and government agencies on issues relevant to Marine Park management. Deliver relevant Reef Authority corporate objectives, and actively contribute to the section's work and cross-sectional work and emerging issues as part of the broader leadership team. • Thu, 30 MayAPS
Senior Director Courts Innovation Program » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - The Senior Director CIP is responsible for developing strategies and driving reforms that reflect a therapeutic jurisprudence approach, address the overrepresentation of First Nations people in the justice system, and improve the justice system response to DFV. As Senior Director CIP, you will:- Deliver public value through championing and leading CIP to drive strategic, cultural and system change in alignment with government priorities, departmental objectives, and stakeholder expectations.- Identify opportunities to continuously improve and cultivate excellence in CIP program delivery.- Lead strategic and operational planning and practices (including finance and human resources) across CIP.- Create and maintain a cohesive, high performing CIP team, creating strong working relationships, empowering, and coaching others, encouraging a multidisciplinary team approach and displaying leadership that supports a culture of continuous improvement.- Drive and cultivate cultural, DFV and therapeutic jurisprudence capability across the team and in the operation of CIP programs.- Develop, implement and manage innovative court programs which seek to address the underlying causes of offending and the overrepresentation of First Nations people in the justice system with a focus on evidence-based approaches and continuous improvement. The role reports to the Executive Director, MCS and works collaboratively with the Chief Magistrate, Deputy Chief Magistrates, and magistrates. As such, this position requires an understanding of the separation of powers and the unique judicial environment within which the MCS operates. The role also works collaboratively with key partner agencies both within and external to government. Sitting within MCS, CIP consists of over 90 staff throughout Queensland and is comprised of four areas:- Specialist Courts and Referral and Support Services.- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Justice Programs and Partnerships.- Policy, Research and Evaluation.- Business Support. There are no mandatory qualifications required for this role, however formal qualifications in law, legal practice management, public administration, or business would be highly regarded. Applications to remain current for 12 months. • Thu, 30 MayQueensland Government
Senior Program Manager - Engagement & Operational Readiness » Australia - is embarking on a Core Modernisation program which involves a major upgrade of core technology infrastructure. We are seeking... a Senior Program Manager to lead the engagement and operational readiness stream of the program, reporting to the Program... • Thu, 30 MayReserve Bank of Australia
Case Manager - Dubbo Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program (BIRP) » Dubbo, NSW - 2024 – 11:59pm Case Manager – Dubbo Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program (BIRP) Dubbo Health Service About the role... The Dubbo Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program (BIRP) provides a community outreach case management rehabilitation service... • Wed, 29 MayNSW Health$37.7 - 62.94 per hour
Assistant Director TUMRA Program » Cairns, QLD - : * Provide high level strategic and operational program advice to the Director, the Executive and others on Traditional Owner...Job Summary We are seeking an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person with strong Program and Contract... • Wed, 29 MayGreat Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority$113028 - 123882 per year
Assistant Director, Program Design and Development Full-time Temporary » Australian Capital Territory, Australia - ACT Corrective Services (ACTCS) is seeking a highly motivated and experienced person to fill the position of Assistant Director, Program Design and Development (SOGC), within the Organisational Capability Unit. The successful candidate will be responsible for overseeing the development and management of content for training programs, covering both correctional and non-correctional topics/programs. You will contribute to enhancing team processes, liaising effectively with business units to conduct needs analyses, and consider training solutions to address these needs. In addition, you will lead a team responsible for developing both accredited and non-accredited training materials in a variety of formats including face to face group learning, e-learning and self-directed learning, and, in collaboration with training staff, review and maintain the quality of learning materials. Further to this, you will establish and maintain effective working relationships with both internal and external stakeholders, including interstate jurisdictions, organisations and community groups, to support training activity across ACTCS. To be successful, you will have demonstrated skills and experience in reviewing, developing and/or enhancing training programs and materials in a variety of formats, in addition to excellent interpersonal, organisational and communication skills, necessary to build rapport with a diverse range of clients and stakeholders. The ACT Public Service supports workforce diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability, culturally diverse people and those who identify as LGBTIQ are encouraged to apply. Eligibility/Other Requirements: A Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and/or the Diploma in Training Design and Development would be advantageous. Experience working in the Justice, Emergency Services, Law Enforcement or similar industry would be advantageous. The successful candidate will be required to undergo a criminal record check. This position requires a pre-employment medical. This position requires a Working with Vulnerable People Check. Driver’s license Class C is essential. Notes: This is a temporary position available until November 2025. How to Apply: Applicants are required to submit three items: a one to three page written response addressing the professional/technical skills and knowledge and behavioural capabilities, having regard for the job requirements; a current resume with the names and contact details of two referees (one should be a current Supervisor/Manager); and a copy of your current driver’s licence. Please ensure you submit all three items. Applications should be submitted via the Apply Now Button Below. LI-DNI Note This is a temporary position available until November 2025. • Wed, 29 MayACT Government
Assistant Director TUMRA Program » Townsville, QLD - : * Provide high level strategic and operational program advice to the Director, the Executive and others on Traditional Owner...Job Summary We are seeking an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person with strong Program and Contract... • Wed, 29 MayGreat Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority$113028 - 123882 per year
Assistant Director TUMRA Program » Cairns Region, Queensland - Job Summary We are seeking an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person with strong Program and Contract Management skills. Location: Cairns, QLD or Townsville, QLD preferred; or other Reef Authority locations may be considered. We are seeking an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person with strong Program and Contract Management skills, and demonstrated engagement experience working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This position requires a detailed understanding of the cultural connection of Traditional Owners with the Great Barrier Reef. The position will work closely with Great Barrier Reef Traditional Owners and other First Nations people including remote communities, corporations and bodies established to assist First Nations people and business. This position is within the TUMRA Section which is responsible for Traditional Use of Marine Resources Agreements (TUMRA) and Sea Country Values Mapping Programs. This Assistant Director position is responsible for providing strategic support to the TUMRA Section, providing leadership and direction to the team. This requires demonstrated ability to develop and lead a culturally inclusive, dynamic and innovative team, paving the way for transformational change. Represent the team to develop and maintain a strong and sustainable partnership with Traditional Owners in order to oversee the negotiation, development and implementation of multi-jurisdictional traditional sea country estate management that aligns with Traditional Owner aspirations, self-determination and cultural heritage protection. The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under subsection 8(1) of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 and is only open only to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants (further information is provided in the eligibility requirements section below). Duties: Provide high level strategic and operational program advice to the Director, the Executive and others on Traditional Owner matters relevant to Marine Park management, including preparing high quality written material and reports. Develop and deliver on planned strategic initiatives, monitor risk, and implementing annual plans and budgets to meet deadlines and achieve organisational goals. Work collaboratively to deliver policies, complex projects and management solutions that provide for the protection and conservation of the Reef. Liaising, consulting and negotiating with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, including Traditional Owner groups, Prescribed Bodies, Native Title Representative Bodies, Land Councils and government agencies on issues relevant to Marine Park management. Deliver relevant Reef Authority corporate objectives, and actively contribute to the section's work and cross-sectional work and emerging issues as part of the broader leadership team. As an APS employee you may be reassigned to a different set of duties at the same classification level at the discretion of the agency head (CEO), taking account of operational requirements in the agency. Eligibility requirements & qualifications Applicants must: be an Australian citizen at time of applying for position,. be able to obtain and maintain a Baseline security clearance, failure to do so will result in termination of employment. The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under subsection 8(1) of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 and is only open only to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants. This means applicants must: be of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent; and . identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander; and . are accepted by their community as being Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander. Applicants shortlisted for interview will need to provide evidence at interview to confirm eligibility under the above affirmative measure. Acceptable evidence includes: a letter signed and executed by the Chairperson of an incorporated Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander organisation confirming that they are recognised as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person, or . a confirmation of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent form executed by an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander organisation. Essential requirements: Hold and maintain a current unrestricted Queensland Drivers Licence (preferably with 4-wheel drive experience) or able to obtain within a 6-month period. Desirable qualifications or equivalent experience Diploma in Program Management, Project Management, Procurement qualifications or equivalent experience. Contemporary knowledge of social science, marine park/marine protected area/sea country management, including traditional use. The ability to travel, sometimes overnight or for multiple days, including to remote and regional locations. nrmjobs.com.au/job/20022036 • Wed, 29 MayGreat Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority
Allied Health Continuing Care Services Program Director » Australia - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Full-time Occupational group Health - Allied Health/Clinical Support Classification HP6 Workplace Location Mackay region Job ad reference QLD/566841 Closing date 09-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Refer to Role Description Contact person Susan Freiberg Contact details 07 4885 6767 Access the National Relay Service Role details The Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drugs Service at the Mackay Community Health Centre is seeking applications for an Allied Health Continuing Care Services Program Director to join their team on a temporary basis. How to apply and for mandatory requirements regarding this role, please refer to the attached Role Description. Your opportunity To provide leadership and management in the operational delivery of recovery focussed clinical services for the Continuing Care Services Program (incorporating CYMHS, AODS & Specialist, CCT, Hinterland MHAODS, Whitsunday MHAODS and PDMHR teams) within the Division of Mental Health and AODS (DMHAODS). To provide strategic and professional leadership and expertise for Allied Health workforce within the DMHAODS. The position will be responsible for leading a service culture and practice to achieve and sustain the delivery of organisational outcomes and transformational goals consistent with the Mackay HHS Health Service Plan and the Shifting Minds Queensland Mental Health, Alcohol and other drugs Strategic Plan, 2018-23. Be accountable for the administration, direction and control of the human resource, financial and asset management of the relevant cost centres in the program. The Allied Health Director / Continuing Care Services Program Manager will function as a member of the Senior Management Team of the Mackay Division of Mental Health and AODS. About the Team The Continuing Care Services program is made up of the community based continuing care Mental Health and AODS teams, delivering services across the age continuum and the HHS region. The program incorporates the following clinical teams: Continuing Care Team: mental health case management/treatment service for adults. AODS and Specialist Team: incorporates an AOD service delivering the range of public health AOD services, Older Persons Mental health team, Mobile Intensive Rehabilitation team, Early Psychosis Team, Wellness Clinic nurse and Dietician. Child and Youth Mental Health Service: mental health case management/treatment service for under 18yrs, with additional specialist roles delivering Evolve Therapeutic service, Assertive Mobile Youth Outreach Service (AMYOS) and Adolescent Forensic services. Greater Whitsunday MHAODS team: delivering the full range of mental health and AODS assessment and treatment services across the age range to the Whitsunday catchment, incorporate up to Bowen and out to Collinsville and south to Bloomsbury. Hinterland MHAODS team: delivering the full range of mental health and AODS assessment and treatment services (excluding OSP) across the age range to the Hinterland catchment, incorporating West to Clermont, and communities of Moranbah (office base), Dysart, Middlemount. About our Hospital and Health Service Mackay Hospital and Health Service has 6 hospitals, 2 multi-purpose health services and 4 community health centres that employ more than 3,700 staff. The district covers an area of approximately 90,000km2 and provides services to patients and their families in Bowen, Cannonvale, Clermont, Collinsville, Dysart, Glenden, Mackay, Middlemount, Moranbah, Proserpine and Sarina. Some of our great benefits on offer Competitive wages, salary packaging and leave entitlements Flexible working arrangements A diverse work culture Career development Professional development opportunities Education opportunities, Study and Research Paid parental leave Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Discounted Private Health Insurance Fitness Passport 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 • Wed, 29 MayQueensland Government
Principal Program Manager and Policy Analyst » Perth, WA - of secure, reliable and sustainable energy services. The Principal Program Manager and Policy Analyst positions sits... within the Strategic and Consumer Policy Division. In this role, you will lead and undertake policy, program and project design... • Wed, 29 MayGovernment of Western Australia$128077 - 136891 per year
Consumer Marketing Program Director » Fortitude Valley, Brisbane - Tourism and Events Queensland (TEQ) is the statutory body of the Queensland Government and the State’s lead tourism marketing, destination and experience development and major events agency. TEQ’s vision is to inspire travellers to visit Queensland as their destination of choice through bold and globally recognised marketing and events that support growing overnight expenditure to $44.4B by 2032. About the role The role is responsible for developing and leading the execution of all consumer campaigns in line with TEQ’s marketing and brand strategies within Australia and New Zealand and in collaboration with TEQ’s international teams. The role also leads the integrated marketing activity and guides the specialists responsible for the execution of multi-platform, multi-segment plans, ensuring a cohesive and connected consumer journey across the stages of creating desire, intercepting, and engaging with consumers. Key responsibilities: Lead the integrated marketing process and guide execution of multi-platform, multi-segment activities, ensuring a cohesive consumer journey across all touchpoints. Utilise TEQ’s strategic research expertise to develop innovative campaigns that are consumer led, experience focussed, and destination delivered. Identify key business priorities and develop longer term trade and aviation programs in collaboration with stakeholders. Lead trade and aviation campaign creation and execution. Collaborate with trade and aviation partners and Regional Tourism Organisations to promote Queensland destinations, bringing all partners together in a co-ordinated manner. Provide leadership and support to a diverse team across the marketing group with a focus on delivering results aligned to TEQ’s strategic priorities. Lead the team in creating strategic marketing programs through a well-coordinated use of different promotional methods intended to drive desired business outcomes. Please access the position description for further information on the role. To be successful in this role you will have: An in-depth knowledge of marketing trade and aviation in the tourism industry and the various distribution channels used by consumers to determine holiday choice. Extensive experience in marketing, with the ability to demonstrate expertise in the use of digital channels, data and analytics to drive marketing program outcomes. Extensive strategic marketing experience and the implementation of brand and tactical marketing programs. Demonstrated strong influential, project management and relationship management skills. Proven ability to inspire leadership, enthusiasm and commitment from the team. Please include a copy of your CV and a one-page cover letter. Applications will close EOD on Monday 10th June 2024. Six Degrees Executive acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we work and live. We are also committed to equal opportunity and strive to promote diversity, inclusion, belonging, flexibility, and accessibility in all that we do. Should you require assistance in your interactions with us or through a recruitment process, please let us know so we can provide adjustments for you. • Wed, 29 MaySix Degrees Executive
Program Director (ERP SAP), Transformation Director » Brisbane, QLD - journey ahead. The Program Director will create and lead an ERP SAP multi-year enterprise-wide program that will result in... to transforming business operations. The Program Director will advise and provide recommendations to executive-level decision-makers... • Tue, 28 MayPage Executive
Director Program (Identified & Non-Identified) » Australia - We are looking for dynamic, experienced and enthusiastic leaders with a strong focus on citizen experience, and a deep connection to serving Australians. The Program Design Group is responsible for the end-to-end design and program management of payments and services across social welfare, child support, health, veterans and aged care. Program Managers plan and undertake the end-to-end design and management of one or more government programs, including the integration of policy, process, citizen experience and ICT systems. They oversee the purpose and status of the program and ensure all goals and timeframes are met, providing assurance to the agency's Executive and partner agencies on the operation of the program. Working under the broad guidance of a National Manager and working executives across the agency, they optimise the effectiveness of programs in their area of responsibility and provide support to the executive and program business lines. As leaders, Directors are accountable for change management and for building and maintaining relationships with key strategic stakeholders across all tiers of government to drive the implementation and integration of programs. The key duties of the position include Leading, managing and delivering programs administered by the agency and report on program performance to ensure ongoing program effectiveness. Leading the implementation of operational, policy, procedural and customer service initiatives as they relate to service delivery programs and related change initiatives including a strong focus on citizen and staff experience. Leading and managing program staff and oversee the management of performance, attendance and health and well-being. Developing staff capability through coaching, mentoring and succession planning. Negotiating, engaging and managing relationships with internal and external stakeholders to deliver program services, build service delivery capability and promote the agency's services. Attending interagency meetings and forums to obtain and share information. Representing and negotiating on behalf of the agency to advance the agency's interests at external, cross-agency, inter-jurisdictional and other forums. Providing specialist advice, procedural guidance and interpretation to staff, including strategic advice and operational intelligence to the Executive where appropriate. • Tue, 28 MayAPS
Director Loyalty Programs - East Asia & Pacific » Sydney, Sydney Region - About Us IHG® Hotels & Resorts has more than 6,300 leased, managed or owned hotels and over 1,900 more in development. You'll find us in more than 100 countries. Our 19 brands help guests create amazing memories with the help of an incredible team. Approximately 345,000 people work across IHG's hotels and corporate offices globally. Opportunities of all kinds are born at IHG. Your Day to Day With spectacular growth in our region - which includes a newly revamped rewards program and new brands in market - and an even bigger ambition, there couldn't be a better time to join the IHG family. We currently have an outstanding opportunity for a well established and highly motivated individual to join our team as Director of Loyalty Programs for our East Asia and Pacific (EAPAC) region. The role will be based out of our Sydney or Singapore support office and reports to our Head of Loyalty based out of the UK. The core purpose of the role is to lead our global loyalty agenda in EAPAC, this includes analyzing loyalty performance trends, understanding the competitive environment, assisting with regional strategic loyalty business plan development, while leading the implementation of tactical initiatives to drive member acquisition, retention, share of wallet, engagement, and guest love across the region. The role will work collaboratively with commercial, operational, and marketing colleagues across the region to understand and address local challenges and opportunities to grow loyalty metrics (especially contribution) across all brands. What we need from you To be successful in this role the following skills and attributes are highly desirable - Bachelors or Master's degree in relevant discipline or an equivalent combination of education and experience - 8 years progressive experience managing global teams with demonstrated commercial success in strategy, consulting, professional services and/or loyalty program management, preferably in travel or hospitality. - Driving Results - Generate positive business results through strategic business planning and successful execution. - Leading Change - Proven track record driving innovation and change in a complex, global organization. - Executive Presence - Motivate and inspire action across the organization. - Collaboration - Collaborate with and lead cross-functional, teams. - Influencing with Impact - Work across functions to shape and drive how loyalty can support commercial performance and marketing in region. - Effective Communicator - Present to all levels of the organization and build internal & external relationships. - Project Management - Demonstrated project management skills in organizing, planning, and executing plans across the business. - People Leadership - Experience leading people to reach their full potential and building high performing teams. - Other - Experience with Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel and Word. What we offer In return, we'll give you a competitive benefits package including salary, bonus, health fund and discounted accommodation worldwide and the opportunity to progress your career with IHG. At IHG we offer opportunities of flexible and hybrid working arrangements. Additionally, we value diversity, equity, inclusion, and wellness for our colleagues which is represented by our suite of industry leading benefits. Are you looking for a role to deliver true hospitality for good? At IHG Hotels and Resorts we have fantastic career opportunities across a number of brands, from luxury and lifestyle to essentials. We're committed to do the right thing for our colleagues. Our inclusive culture enables everyone to belong, and have the opportunity to grow with us with opportunities for career progression. To find out more about us or any other jobs with IHG please go to www.careers.ihg.com IHG is an equal opportunity employer. At IHG, we've made a promise. As one of the world's leading hotel groups, we're here to deliver True Hospitality for Good. Making our guests and colleagues feel welcome, cared for, recognised and respected - wherever they are in the world. Want to be part of the journey? We need people like you to make a difference and create exceptional experiences every single day. Don't just join a growing team of 370,000 colleagues across 100 countries. Let your passion shine. Innovate and collaborate around the world. Embrace your ambition. Don't quite meet every single requirement, but still believe you'd be a great fit for the job? We'll never know unless you hit the 'Apply' button. Start your journey with us today. At IHG Hotels & Resorts, we are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We firmly believe that all our colleagues deserve to be treated equally and have the same opportunities to develop and grow their skills within our business and provide equal employment opportunities to all applicants and colleagues without regard to an individual's, race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, marital or familial status, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. • Tue, 28 MayIHG
Senior Director, Engineering Program Management » The Rocks, Sydney - Lets talk about the team: ResMed's Engineering teams are focused on building world-class diagnostic and therapy products, and patient and provider software applications. Delivery of amazing products requires exceptional coordination across complex engineering programs and cross functional teams. And that's where our PMO team fit in. Your team will provide right-sized support to our product teams; they will drive some of the most complex, cross-product initiatives, including managing dependencies and projects with a broad scope across the company. Lets talk about the role: As the Head/Snr Director of Engineering PMO at ResMed, based in either Sydney or San Diego, you will establish and lead this critical capability for our product delivery across our hardware and software engineering teams. The Engineering Program Management Office improves program delivery of ResMed's products through best in class, continuously evolving practices, data and technology solutions. The PMO supports the Engineering organisation in driving program efficiency, quality and effectiveness to enable the current and growing scale of ResMed's products and services. Key responsibilities: Bring enterprise-wide leadership and impact necessary to transform and lead programs aligned to the Product strategy Lead and develop a high-performing team of project managers and technical program managers who support the delivery of ResMed's engineering products and services You will show innovative thinking, collaborative problem-solving skills, and a passion for working in a cross-functional environment and thrive in a matrix structure. Define and implement the PMO vision, strategy, objectives and roadmap in alignment with the engineering and Product goals Establish and maintain best practices, standards, methodologies and tools (including AI) for program management and planning activities (e.g. PI planning, Annual Operating Plan) across the engineering organization You will work with world-class engineering teams to build solutions while breaking down technical and cross functional barriers You will work in close collaboration with Engineering partners and stakeholder across numerous functions and product areas to help shape the TPM and PM craft Ensure effective communication, collaboration and coordination among the engineering teams and cross-functional teams including QA, RA, Privacy, Legal, Med Affairs, Security etc Monitor and report on the progress, status, risks and issues of the engineering programs and projects, and provide timely escalation and resolution Drive continuous improvement and innovation in the PMO processes, data and technology solutions to enable faster, better and more efficient delivery Provide coaching, mentoring and guidance to the PMO team and the engineering leaders on program management principles and practices Positive contributor to the Engineering team culture and make program management fun Let's talk about Qualifications and Experience Proven experience in leading engineering program management teams and delivering complex software solutions in a fast-paced environment Strong knowledge of agile methodologies, project management tools, data analysis, risk management, and stakeholder management. Track record of managing large-scale, cross-functional engineering programs with high impact and visibility. Experience overseeing multiple projects and teams across various domains and geographies. Solid understanding of distributed systems, cloud computing, and engineering best practices. Our culture values customer obsession, trust, engineering excellence, and an owner mindset, with success achieved through high performance and interdependence. If your experience differs but you believe you can excel in this role, we encourage you to apply. Joining us is more than saying "yes" to making the world a healthier place. It's discovering a career that's challenging, supportive and inspiring. Where a culture driven by excellence helps you not only meet your goals, but also create new ones. We focus on creating a diverse and inclusive culture, encouraging individual expression in the workplace and thrive on the innovative ideas this generates. If this sounds like the workplace for you, apply now We commit to respond to every applicant. • Tue, 28 MayResMed
Program Coordinator » Parkville, VIC - the development and delivery of both virtual and in-person executive learning solutions. You will manage all program... stakeholders. Based at the University of Melbourne office and reporting to the Associate Director of Strategy & Capability... • Mon, 27 MayThe University of Melbourne$83159 - 95518 per year
Director Program (Identified & Non-Identified) » Queensland - New South Wales - Group/Division: Program Design / Various Location/s: ACT - Various,NSW - Various,NT - Various,QLD - Various,SA - Various... and enthusiastic leaders with a strong focus on citizen experience, and a deep connection to serving Australians. The Program Design Group... • Mon, 27 MayServices Australia$132071 - 157060 per year
Medical Lead, Speciality Medicine 1 Program » Adelaide, SA - . The Specialty Medicine 1 Program is led by an overarching Clinical Program Director working collaboratively with the... - Specialty Medicine 1 Program, Royal Adelaide Hospital Overview of Role As part of the Specialty Medicine 1 leadership team... • Mon, 27 MayGovernment of South Australia
Director, Marketing Programs - Blockchain Intelligence » Sydney, Sydney Region - Basic knowledge of crypto/blockchain industry and ecosystem players, ability to identify trends and build relationships with partner crypto projects Director, Marketing Programs The company is a rapidly scaling tech startup servicing the blockchain/crypto market…this means we assess, decide and adapt our business radically quickly. We are adding a Director of Marketing Programs to our team to lead our strategy and operations for marketing campaigns and programs for our popular crypto Community Enabled Analytics (“CEA”) bounty program. Our CEA bounty program drives users to engage with blockchain data and projects, producing high-value users and high-quality analytics for our partner projects. Reporting to the Chief Marketing Officer, the Director, Marketing Programs will drive the marketing priorities to optimize, scale, and build on the success of these bounty programs You will lead a small team of internal experts in bounty operations and community development, providing the vision and battle-tested strategies for executing with excellence in a wildly innovative, fast-moving industry. Make smart bets about where to focus, inspire the team to invest in the right projects, and drive amazing execution as we build on the success of the existing programs and partnerships. This is a new and rapidly evolving program; you will be building and testing new concepts and executions in an emerging industry with problems that have never been tackled. The ideal candidate is innovative, with expertise in running marketing programs without a rulebook, and will be a thought leader developing the organization’s point of view on how to scale our marketing operations in the crypto analytics industry. Responsibilities Lead the marketing strategy for our CEA bounty program including managing our core cross-functional initiatives with our internal experts on bounty program operations, community, product, data, and finance Build campaigns to drive awareness and engagement, and develop the data-driven processes to optimize CEA programs and evolve our organizational strategy around bounty programs Understand the needs of our blockchain and protocol customers and design programs that leverage our community to deliver insight and high-value impact Partner with our Product and Engineering teams to optimize our bounty program products, driving strategy and Marketing priorities for marketing-related consumer product and internal tooling In collaboration with industry experts across the org identify strategic trends and opportunities in the crypto industry to capitalize on our data and build/promote CEA campaigns to provide buzz-worthy insights to the industry at large Requirements 7 years experience leading marketing programs with a focus on product marketing or marketing program management Basic knowledge of crypto/blockchain industry and ecosystem players, ability to identify trends and build relationships with partner crypto projects Proficiency in Excel, SQL, or other analytical tools; comfort in drawing conclusions from data and making recommendations based on imperfect information. High degree of comfort navigating ambiguity and tackling white space Demonstrated experience owning and executing a strategy to drive tangible results across teams in a high-growth, entrepreneurial, and ambiguous environment Effective verbal and written communication skills with the ability to leverage data from a multitude of sources to tell a persuasive story, tailor communication style based on the audience, and influence others “Get stuff done” attitude – willingness to roll up your sleeves and engage deeply with analysts and managers, across multiple teams and agendas, to accomplish what needs to be done Strong creative judgment; experience successfully collaborating with Creative teams a plus Experience with incentivized marketing programs (affiliates, bounty programs, or lead gen) is a strong plus Experience managing people and creating high performing teams We welcome all qualified persons to apply regardless of race, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. Compensation will be competitive and commensurate with experience. About the company The company empowers crypto communities to create and share data-driven insights on the projects they care most about. The company powers Community-Enabled Analytics, which uses a bounty program to incentivize on-demand insights based on feedback from the protocol and community participants. CEA provides fully pre-modeled and labeled data, a SQL interface for data queries. Community members can use our dashboard and visualization tools to easily share insights, or leverage auto-generated API endpoints to build whatever they can imagine. The company's customers include FLOW, NEAR, Terra, Algorand, Aave, Compound, Alchemix and many others. The company is led by a team of experienced technology entrepreneurs with multiple exits; it’s backed by Galaxy Digital Ventures, True Ventures, Founder Collective, Coinbase Ventures, Digital Currency Group, Avon Ventures (a venture capital fund affiliated with FMR LLC, the parent company of Fidelity Investments) and other investors. Make sure to follow us here to get our most live jobs https://www.linkedin.com/company/cryptorecruit Cryptorecruit are the worlds leading specialist recruiter for the blockchain/Cryptocurrency industry. We recruit positions from CEO,CTO, Project Manager, Solidity developer, frontend and Backend Blockchain developers to marketing/sales and customer service roles. Please browse our website and at www.cryptorecruit.com to search all our job vacancies. • Mon, 27 MayCrypto Recruit
Deputy Program Director » New South Wales, Australia - Date Posted: 2024-05-13 Country: Australia Location: AUSNSW121: Macquarie Park NSW, Level 3 Building D Talavera Corporate Centre, 12-24 Talavera Road, Macquarie Park, NSW, 2113, Australia Position Role Type: Unspecified Join an industry leader and one of the most reputable technology innovators in the world; Work on innovative and challenging projects, pushing the boundaries of what's possible. Rewarding senior leadership opportunity supporting the Royal Australian Navy's (RAN) Collins Class Submarines. Senior Leadership opportunity based in Henderson, WA or Sydney. Opportunities for professional growth and development, you'll have access to the latest technologies and mentorship from experts in the field. When you join Raytheon Australia, you are joining a recognised leader and trusted partner in the Australian defence industry. As the leading combat systems integrator for Australia's most strategic defence assets; our fleet of Collins Class Submarines, we provide mission support and solutions to protect, secure and defend our nation. Our Program Leaders are world class and working on projects that truly contribute to the defence of our nation. We look for specialists with a talent for big picture thinking and attention to detail, alongside strong management capabilities to develop and deliver strong outcomes for our nation and defence. When you join Raytheon Australia, you are joining a recognised leader and trusted partner in the Australian defence industry. The Role This new position provides a career pathway to senior leadership opportunities within Raytheon Australia's professional Program and General Management streams. Reporting directly to the Program Director, the Deputy Program Director is a senior leader who is responsible for a national team of skilled professionals focused on ensuring the safe and timely delivery of contract commitments and project milestones; ensuring Australia's Collins Class Submarine fleet remain available for domestic and international deployments. This role is responsible for the day-to-day design, solution development, and management of the Combat System Management Program team to satisfy contractual or internally scoped requirements. With a Focus on achieving the business objectives of the company, the incumbent will ensure that operational requirements and financial performance is within the program parameters you will engage directly with RAN leaders, holding responsibility in governance and review boards in Commonwealth and Defence forums. A background in major project delivery enhanced by knowledge in maritime or military management systems will be advantageous. Key Responsibilities Apply your knowledge and skills to lead a national team to develop, plan and implement multiple complex projects that will progress concurrently to deliver program objectives; Oversee the day-to-day execution of the Combat System Management Program. Ability to form and maintain close relationships with a wide range of external stakeholders, to solicit, manage and effectively use intelligence and to identify, direct, and manage the resources required to delivery compelling strategies and high-quality solutions. Lead and collaborate in a cross-functional environment to meet RAN operational requirements. Demonstrate high levels of negotiation skills and influence across internal and external stakeholder groups. Provide briefings, presentations and reporting to governance bodies and organisational leadership. Lead the planning, coordination, and management of program operations, whilst driving the effectiveness and results through implementing strategies and plans. Manage project opportunities and risks and develop mitigation strategies. Mentor and lead project staff to develop and enhance business. Liaise with other members of the business development organisation to maintain a forecast of potential strategic activities that require support, and plan resource allocation. Liaise with other members of the business development organisation to maintain a forecast of potential strategic activities that require support, and plan resource allocation. Skills, Experience and Qualifications: Minimum of 10 years prior relevant experience. University degree in Engineering, Project Management, or other relevant discipline or equivalent experience. Eligible for registration as a Registered Project Manager (Reg PM) and certification as a CPPM through the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM). Requires broad management and leadership knowledge to lead project teams. Significant expertise in relevant domain concepts and technology. Proven experience in strategy development in an Industry environment. Proven experience in complex project management including: Leading integrated product team(s). Geographically dispersed teams and stakeholders. Multiple / complex lines of communication. Variable backlog or schedule with compounding interactions. Specialist resources that are difficult to obtain/retain. Management of specific environmental hazards. High levels of system complexity. Experience managing subcontracts and supporting program level objectives. Successful candidates must be able to obtain and maintain an Australian Government (Defence) Security Clearance up to NV1 - information on this can be found at http://www.defence.gov.au/agsva Don't miss the opportunity to build your career in a world class team and help build the defence systems that keep Australia safe. As our employees say, we do great work at Raytheon Australia and it's great to workhere. Come and find out why If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding career access your next mission by clicking the "Apply" button or contact us at careersraytheon.com.au RTX is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status, age or any other federally protected class. Privacy Policy and Terms: Click on this link to read the Policy and Terms • Sun, 26 MayRTX Corporation
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Senior Director, Engineering Program Management » Sydney Region, New South Wales - Lets talk about the team: ResMed’s Engineering teams are focused on building world-class diagnostic and therapy products, and patient and provider software applications. Delivery of amazing products requires exceptional coordination across complex engineering programs and cross functional teams. And that’s where our PMO team fit in. Your team will provide right-sized support to our product teams; they will drive some of the most complex, cross-product initiatives, including managing dependencies and projects with a broad scope across the company. Lets talk about the role: As the Head/Snr Director of Engineering PMO at ResMed, based in either Sydney or San Diego, you will establish and lead this critical capability for our product delivery across our hardware and software engineering teams . The Engineering Program Management Office improves program delivery of ResMed’s products through best in class, continuously evolving practices, data and technology solutions. The PMO supports the Engineering organisation in driving program efficiency, quality and effectiveness to enable the current and growing scale of ResMed’s products and services. Key responsibilities: Bring enterprise-wide leadership and impact necessary to transform and lead programs aligned to the Product strategy Lead and develop a high-performing team of project managers and technical program managers who support the delivery of ResMed's engineering products and services You will show innovative thinking, collaborative problem-solving skills, and a passion for working in a cross-functional environment and thrive in a matrix structure. Define and implement the PMO vision, strategy, objectives and roadmap in alignment with the engineering and Product goals Establish and maintain best practices, standards, methodologies and tools (including AI) for program management and planning activities (e.g. PI planning, Annual Operating Plan) across the engineering organization You will work with world-class engineering teams to build solutions while breaking down technical and cross functional barriers You will work in close collaboration with Engineering partners and stakeholder across numerous functions and product areas to help shape the TPM and PM craft Ensure effective communication, collaboration and coordination among the engineering teams and cross-functional teams including QA, RA, Privacy, Legal, Med Affairs, Security etc Monitor and report on the progress, status, risks and issues of the engineering programs and projects, and provide timely escalation and resolution Drive continuous improvement and innovation in the PMO processes, data and technology solutions to enable faster, better and more efficient delivery Provide coaching, mentoring and guidance to the PMO team and the engineering leaders on program management principles and practices Positive contributor to the Engineering team culture and make program management fun Let’s talk about Qualifications and Experience Proven experience in leading engineering program management teams and delivering complex software solutions in a fast-paced environment Strong knowledge of agile methodologies, project management tools, data analysis, risk management, and stakeholder management. Track record of managing large-scale, cross-functional engineering programs with high impact and visibility. Experience overseeing multiple projects and teams across various domains and geographies. Solid understanding of distributed systems, cloud computing, and engineering best practices. Our culture values customer obsession, trust, engineering excellence, and an owner mindset, with success achieved through high performance and interdependence. If your experience differs but you believe you can excel in this role, we encourage you to apply. Joining us is more than saying “yes” to making the world a healthier place. It’s discovering a career that’s challenging, supportive and inspiring. Where a culture driven by excellence helps you not only meet your goals, but also create new ones. We focus on creating a diverse and inclusive culture, encouraging individual expression in the workplace and thrive on the innovative ideas this generates. If this sounds like the workplace for you, apply now We commit to respond to every applicant.  • Sat, 25 MayResMed
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Program Director » Chatswood West, Willoughby Area - Lead a high-performing project delivery team Play a pivotal role in the delivery of critical infrastructure Competitive benefits including 17% Super & generous leave conditions About AARNet Australia’s Academic and Research Network (AARNet), founded in 1989, has played a pivotal role in shaping Australia’s digital landscape as the pioneers of the country’s Internet. Our mission extends beyond mere connectivity; we are the architects, builders, and operators of a world-class network infrastructure that fuels critical research and learning. At AARNet, innovation thrives within a vibrant community. Connecting a Million Minds: Our extensive reach interconnects over one million users—from researchers and faculty to staff and students—across institutions throughout Australia. Whether it’s high-energy physics, climate science, genomics, radio astronomy, or the arts, we serve as the backbone supporting education and research across diverse disciplines. Our Culture: At AARNet, we’re a dynamic team of innovators, doers, and courageous thinkers. We don’t settle for the status quo; instead, we anticipate the future needs of our customers and build solutions today. If you share our imagination, foresight, and drive to shape the future, consider joining us on this exciting journey The Role AARNet is seeking an experienced and highly focused Program Director to lead the Infrastructure groups PMO, successfully delivering AARNet’s portfolio of large-scale Telecommunication construction projects across Australia. Drawing on your extensive experience managing and delivering complex, high value infrastructure projects, you will demonstrate excellent leadership skills and thrive guiding a high-performing project delivery team. As Program Director, your primary responsibility will be to deliver high-quality project management services for the Major Infrastructure Construction division. Brining to the role considerable project management experience, your excellent interpersonal skills will empower you to engage meaningfully at a senior leadership level, contributing to pivotal business decisions, fostering sound portfolio governance, and guiding a diverse team of Project Managers. You are articulate and perceptive, with an excellent ability to effectively listen and understand key requirements. Your career background in linear Infrastructure Construction projects such as Telecommunications, Rail, Road or Energy will equip you with the knowledge & ability to navigate a dynamic range of stakeholders and distil complex information into meaningful insights. You are highly skilled at communicating complex information clearly and concisely and have meaningful influence effect. Your ability to take decisive action, drive resolutions, and network positive outcomes with a variety of internal and external stakeholders will be instrumental to your success. As a Program Director, you will demonstrate accountability for the successful delivery of large fibre infrastructure project(s). Risk management is a key accountability for the role, identifying, evaluating, and managing risks both within & across projects and sub-projects as well as highlighting and managing potential inter-project dependencies. Empowered by your ability to think critically, you will successfully anticipate project challenges and take proactive action Sydney or Melbourne based. Responsibilities Portfolio Delivery Lead the PMO team : Foster a culture of collaboration and engagement with all projects and relevant functions to ensure the successful delivery of AARNet’s major infrastructure works. This involves coordinating with various teams, managing resources, and overseeing project timelines. Drive Efficiency : Develop and implement robust strategies for quality and consistency within the Portfolio, steering improvements in program and project management, governance, and delivery efficiency across the PMO and broader Project Delivery Teams. Portfolio Management : Maintain a comprehensive understanding of project interdependencies, proactively managing competing priorities to effectively schedule and prioritize key portfolio activities. Deliver Value : Execute scheduling, resourcing, and budget management activities across major construction projects, tracking value management across the infrastructure portfolio to ensure optimal resource allocation and cost-effectiveness. Problem Solving: Analyse, develop, and implement creative and innovative solutions to complex project and portfolio challenges, leveraging critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Facilitate Solutions : Drive the facilitation of resolutions for project delivery tensions across the Major Infrastructure Construction division, ensuring smooth operations and timely project completion. Risk Management : Utilise project management principles and frameworks to proactively identify, assess, and manage risks across the Portfolio, ensuring the mitigation of potential issues. Executive Reporting : Deliver professional presentations and reports to the AARNet Executive and Board, and external customers, providing comprehensive overviews of major risks, requirements, costs, and progress of the national infrastructure works portfolio. Management, Mentorship, and Development Engage with Project Delivery Teams to provide support and guidance, ensuring the successful execution of projects. Motivate and mentor Project Managers of varying skill levels and industry experience, fostering a culture of continuous learning and professional growth. Monitor, review, and manage staff performance, identifying opportunities for professional development to support the achievement of performance objectives and drive continuous improvement. Foster an environment that facilitates productive working relationships with stakeholders, both internal and external, building a shared commitment to project goals and fostering a sense of ownership and accountability. Develop and implement progress initiatives within the team to drive continuous improvement, promoting a culture of excellence and innovation. Collaborate with executive and senior management to provide technical expertise for strategic planning activities and improvement recommendations, leveraging industry knowledge and insights to inform decision-making processes. Expertise, experience & qualifications You are an Australian Citizen Bachelor’s degree in engineering, Project Management Town Planning or a related field will be highly regarded Proven experience as a Project Manager on large-scale projects, including knowledge of linear construction methodologies (knowledge/experience with infrastructure and construction You have a reasonable You have excellent time management skills You are confident leading and working within teams and can multi-task against competing priorities You are competent using a broad range of office software applications including Microsoft Word, Excel & Project and are comfortable using scheduling software applications You have a career of acquired business and commercial knowledge including a solid understanding of business economics, contract management, financial management as well as legal and regulatory frameworks. You understand commercial agreements and have experience in contract negotiation, comfortable with terms, definitions, implications, and common commercial lingo. Conditions of employment AARNet is committed to diversity and providing equal opportunity to all. We’re a great place to work if you want to make a difference. AARNet provides competitive remuneration and a host of other benefits including: Superannuation: Enjoy a 17% superannuation contribution. Parental/Adoption Leave: We offer 24 weeks of paid parental leave and superannuation top-up. Secondary Carer Leave: 16 weeks of paid parental leave for secondary caregivers. Wellness Leave: 2 days per month paid Women’s wellness leave. Family & Domestic Violence Leave: 20 days of paid leave. Other Supportive Leaves: Paid leave for various life events such as weddings, deaths, trauma, and disasters. Purchased Leave: Options to purchase additional Annual Leave. Flexible Work Options: We support work-life balance. Equal Opportunity Focus: We value diversity and inclusion. Social Responsibility and Ethics: We lead by example. Cutting-Edge Technologies: Access to work with the latest industry technology. • Fri, 24 MayAARNet
APAC PMO (Project & Program)-Associate Director » Sydney, Sydney Region - APAC PMO (Project & Program)-Associate Director Job ID 160413 Posted 26-Mar-2024 Service line GWS Segment Role type Full-time Areas of Interest Project Management Location(s) Hong Kong - Hong Kong, Singapore - Singapore, Sydney - New South Wales - Australia - Job Title: APAC PMO (Project & Program) Lead - Associate Director level - Location of work: Priority Singapore or Hong Kong base or Sydney - Type of role: Permanent About the role: - This position supervises and manages the administrative and operational day-to-day activities for defined business lines on a local and/or regional basis. - Operations may include: Finance, Human Resources, Digital & Technology, Research, Marketing, Facilities, and Administration. - In partnership with local senior management, implements local strategic vision. - Assures implementation of national operational strategies and coordinates efforts to integrate company services for clients, both internally and externally. - Responsible for management of one or more offices. - May manage other Office Operation Managers. About the client/department: - Enterprise Account - Regional Client - Full Time secondment/ dedicated to client role - Client background: US MNC Transport Company - Coverage: APAC Regions Project - CBRE team size: 5-6 Headcount What You'll Do: - Manages the local finance/accounting operations in conjunction with regional/corporate finance, including accounts payable and accounts receivable. - Conducts financial analysis, including monthly revenue and expense projections. - With local and divisional senior management, acts as a business partner for efficient and strategic operations of a local office handling day-to-day issues as they arise. - Responsible for a wide range of Human Resources activities for an office in coordination with Regional Human Resources including recruitment, selection, on-boarding/new hire orientation, training, performance management, and terminations. - Supervises the office support staff in the following areas: accounting, administration, word processing, and marketing. - In conjunction with regional marketing, ensures that all collateral, press releases and web publishing are in accordance with company standards. Works in conjunction with local Marketing Manager and regional/corporate marketing and communications to ensure effective marketing service delivery, business promotion, advertisement and public relations. - In conjunction with regional Research director, oversees research employees) to ensure that office priorities are met. - Directs the maintenance of listing and transaction files, ensuring compliance with local, state and federal regulations, Real Estate Commission rules and compliance with corporate policies. Maintains the facility, company records and fixed assets in conjunction with Corporate Real Estate. - Responsible for the Real Estate and Business licensing processes to ensure full compliance with state and local licensing requirements. - Manage and sets priorities for local D&T resources and assesses technology and associated training needs in conjunction with Corporate D&T to ensure the technology needs of office are met. - Manages the procurement and maintenance of office supplies and equipment and coordinates and maintains vendor service contracts in conjunction with the national procurement office. - May assist with facilities needs (including maintenance, access, new hire orientation) of other lines of business. - Other duties may be assigned. What You'll Do in Supervision: - Provides formal supervision to individual employees within multiple functional or operational areas. - Approves subordinate's recommendations for staff recruitment, selection, promotion, advancement, corrective action and termination. - Effectively recommends same for direct reports to next level management for review and approval. - Plans and monitors appropriate staffing levels and utilization of labor, including overtime. - Prepares and delivers performance appraisal for staff. Mentors and coaches team members to further develop competencies. - Leads by example and models behaviors that are consistent with the company's values. What You'll Need To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE-Bachelor's degree (BA/BS) from four-year college or university. Minimum of 6 to 10 years of related experience or minimum of 7 plus years experience including four years of management experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience managing office operations in a customer-focused service firm with multi-location structure. Experience in Finance, HR, staff management and facilities management required. Knowledgeable about Digital & Technology and Market Research. - COMMUNICATION SKILLS-Ability to comprehend, analyze, and interpret the most complex business documents. Ability to respond effectively to the most sensitive issues. Ability to write reports, manuals, speeches and articles using distinctive style. Ability to make effective and persuasive presentations on complex topics to employees, clients, top management and/or public groups. Ability to motivate and negotiate effectively with key employees, top management, and client groups to take desired action. - FINANCIAL KNOWLEDGE-Requires in-depth knowledge of financial terms and principles. Ability to calculate complex figures. Ability to forecast and prepare budgets. Conducts financial/business analysis including the preparation of reports. - REASONING ABILITY-Ability to solve advanced problems and deal with a variety of options in complex situations. Requires expert level analytical and quantitative skills with proven experience in developing strategic solutions for a growing matrix-based multi-industry sales environment. Draws upon the analysis of others and makes recommendations that have a direct impact on the company. - OTHER SKILLS and ABILITIES -Computer literate. Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite and other software. - Knowledge of real estate terminology. What is essential: - To have wider coverage market experiences especially India - where the client forecast more pipelines - Thrives in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment - Has experience with being very client-facing. Being able to say no to the client, train / upskill the client and deal with challenging client relationships - Enjoys overseeing multiple projects at one time and can manage variable Project Management team internal & external - Confident and experienced with projects across India and across the wider APAC region SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITY Decisions made with in-depth understanding and interpretation of procedures, company policies and business practices to achieve general results. Responsible for setting department deadlines. Errors in judgment may cause long-term impact to co-workers, supervisor, department and/or line of business. Responsible for management of multiple or single offices with 250 - 500 employees and revenue generation of $50 million to $100 million for the GBU and $20 million to $40 million for Advisory Services. CBRE GWS CBRE Global Workplace Solutions (GWS) works with clients to make real estate a meaningful contributor to organizational productivity and performance. Our account management model is at the heart of our client-centric approach to delivering integrated real estate solutions. Each client is entrusted with a dedicated leader and is supported by regional and global resources, leveraging the industry's most robust platform. CBRE GWS delivers consistent, measurably superior outcomes for our clients at every stage of the lifecycle, and across industries and geographies. Find out more (https://www.cbre.com/real-estate-services/directory/global-workplace-solutions) CBRE, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer (Women/Minorities/Persons with Disabilities/US Veterans) • Fri, 24 MayCBRE
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Faculty and Program Director for EdD Organizational Leadership » The Rocks, Sydney - About ACU ACU is affiliated with the fellowship of the Church of Christ. All applicants must be professing Christians and willing to support the Christian mission and purpose of Abilene Christian University while employed by the university. Title of Position Faculty and Program Director for EdD Organizational Leadership Posting Location Remote - Dallas Department Graduate and Professional Studies but soon to be College of Leadership and Professional Studies Employee Class Faculty GPS Faculty Position Information I. Major Responsibilities: Lead and oversee the online EdD Organizational Leadership program. Supervise and evaluate the performance of faculty and adjuncts of the program. Teach in the EdD Organizational Leadership program. Monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of the EdD Organizational Leadership program through an Annual Academic Program Review. Administer the academic, personnel, recruitment, and administrative life of the program. Engage in recruiting and marketing the program to relevant audiences, including prospective students in traditional and nontraditional recruiting streams. Utilize data to inform practice in organizational leadership. Advise students toward the completion of their program. II. Essential duties include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job. Lead and oversee the CLPS EdD Organizational Leadership program. Lead the faculty in developing plans to further the purpose, mission, vision, and goals of the program. Chair regular meetings of faculty, adjuncts, and students for the purpose of conducting the academic and co-curricular affairs of the program. Build a spirit of teamwork and collegiality among the faculty, adjuncts, and students in the program. Collaborate with various university departments, as applicable 5. Ensure current and relevant curriculum development and updates as needed. Collaborate in the creation and development of a dissertation process for students in the program. Supervise and evaluate the performance of program faculty Monitor all program courses to ensure continuity of service to students and engagement of faculty (Full and Part-time) within program courses. Monitor all program courses to determine faculty effectiveness and adherence to CLPS and university policies Evaluate faculty on an annual basis based on college standards to determine salary reviews, promotions, and/or contract continuation. Provide remediation or coaching to increase the performance of faculty as needed or as required (if the faculty member is on a performance plan). Recruit, onboard, hire, and terminate faculty as needed. Teach in the EdD Organizational Leadership program Administer and provide instruction in assigned courses. Duties include, but are not limited to, conducting periodic synchronous interaction sessions, facilitating and grading all assignments in a timely manner, and providing rich and timely feedback on student work. Provide timely and helpful answers to students' inquiries regarding course material or academic matters. Teaching and dissertation load will be variable and negotiated annually with the dean. Monitor and evaluate the program annually as part of the Annual Academic Program Review Direct the annual process of evaluating and developing the programs' purpose, mission, vision, and other strategic plans. Work with faculty and adjuncts to develop annual program performance goals. Review program metrics and analyze other data to address trends, strengths, challenges, and opportunities. Participate in an annual program review and meet with the Dean for an annual review of the strategy and direction of the program (past performance and future direction). Administer the academic and administrative life of the program Serve on the ACU Dallas Academic Council for participation in shared governance and representation of the programs' academic concerns. Oversee the process of reviewing student applications to the program and make final decisions regarding admission. Oversee the revision and development of the curriculum and research agenda. Collaborate in a vertical and horizontal mission and goal alignment of the college programs. Supervise the collection and analysis of data related to program outcomes and student learning outcomes (Outcome Assessment Reports). Cooperate with ACU Marketing and the Dissertation Manager to develop and maintain an ongoing program of alumni relations through the online alumni community. Prepare program publications and other correspondence, as needed. Facilitate regular meetings of faculty and adjuncts. Serve on various CLPS committees as required by the Dean. May also be appointed to various university committees for service as well. Recruit and market the EdD Organizational Leadership program to organizations with education-related opportunities Stay abreast of current industry trends and adjust program offerings as applicable. Market the EdD Organizational Leadership program to relevant audiences (e.g. school districts, regional Education Service Centers, and charter schools). Identify and develop markets for recruitment of students and maintain relationships with those organizations, institutions, and outlets. Attend networking events in related industries. Utilize data to inform practice in current approaches, as well as engagement and achievement of students that align with industry standards. Ensure that faculty utilize effective online practices that engage students in active learning and assist them in achieving outcomes. Ensure that faculty are prepared in the use of andragogical technologies that will create approaches that impact learning. Advise students toward the completion of their degrees Oversee the degree plans. Ensure students make progress on their Degree Time Limit and complete their dissertation on time. Coordinate with Student Success Advisors in monitoring and addressing the needs of students. III. Professional Development Requirements: In order to perform the duties of the Program Director (Administrative Faculty), it is necessary to demonstrate the following competencies: Attention to detail and follow through. Time management and organizational skills. Maintain confidentiality. Computer proficiency. Excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal abilities. Provide quality instruction and support to students while maintaining academic and university standards. Ability to work collaboratively with multiple constituencies. Effective and appropriate leadership and administration of the program. Develop and maintain working relationships with university administrators, faculty and staff. IV. Physical Demands: Majority of work is performed in front of a computer and on the telephone; must have the ability to use the computer and remain stationary for long periods of time. Manage conversations in person, online and by telephone. Limited travel - locations vary and some overnight travel may be necessary. Work well under pressure and manage stress well. Communicate clearly: speak, read, write, and hear clearly to perform essential functions. Qualifications Professional Ph.D. or an Ed.D. or other terminal degree in a leadership-related discipline Teaching experience or administrative experience in higher education is preferred. Demonstrated experience in leading teams in higher education, knowledge of current practices in leadership, supporting and fostering a collaborative culture, working with adult learners, and experience chairing and serving on dissertation committees. Relevant research completed in the last ten years [e.g. publications in peer-reviewed journals, conference presentations, program evaluation reports, etc.], is preferred. Experience teaching, designing, and developing online coursework. Computer literate in software and internet-based applications. Personal Strong communication skills, both written and oral. Ability to view and manage roles and responsibilities in relation to the larger mission, goals, and perspective of the University. Collaborative nature and excellent interpersonal abilities, with the ability to build consensus within cross-functional and multi-purposed teams, as well as diverse groups of people. Outstanding organizational and project management skills with the ability to consistently meet deadlines. Highly self-motivated and problem-solver, asking for input and initiating solutions as appropriate and reasonable. Ability to consistently make sound decisions and exercise good judgment in a variety of circumstances. Capacity to quickly learn new software applications. Willingness to receive additional training and/or faculty mentoring. Additional Information ACU does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, sex, disability, genetic information, national or ethnic origin in employment opportunities, in keeping with applicable state and federal law. ACU is committed to maintaining a safe and secure campus environment and protecting the university's financial and physical assets. Therefore, Abilene Christian University conducts background checks on all candidates for employment in security sensitive positions. • Wed, 22 MayAbilene Christian University
SAP PROGRAM DIRECTOR » The Rocks, Sydney - PROGRAM DIRECTOR - SAP Major Strategic SAP Initiative Join a major program of work as they transition SAP, designed to modernize the technical foundation of their core ERP system. Your role as SAP Program Director is to lead the successful delivery of a comprehensive transformation initiative. You will work closely with capabilities responsible for developing project pipeline, and strategically planning the programs execution. Key Accountabilities of the SAP Program Director: Manage and lead the development lifecycle of strategic initiatives, ensuring projects align with the organisations objectives. Lead the SAP S /4HANA implementation / upgrade project. Providing advice and strategic input in identifying sites for major re-development and leading the end-to-end approval process. Design, develop implement and monitor program feasibility studies, cost /benefits, risk/issues to inform decision making and ensure program success Leading project development teams both internal and external Strong stakeholder engagement, internal and external Delivery on operational and financial objectives for complex program Key Experience we are seeking: Min of 5- 10 years’ experience in program management specialising in technology implementation projects Proven track record in the delivery of SAP Implementation specialising in SAP S/ 4HANA (full end to end implementation and upgrade) Strong leadership experience, the ability to deal at all levels within an organisation including C- Level executive Critical financial decision-making ability and can demonstrate a proactive and solution – oriented approach Great opportunity to join a high-profile organisation and make a real impact. APPLY NOW Attach your resume in WORD format and we will contact you should your skills be deemed suited. Australian Permanent Residents or Citizens are eligible to apply. Thank you, Torch Professional Services appreciates your interest. • Wed, 22 MayTorch Professional Services Pty Ltd
Program Delivery Officer » New South Wales - strategic advice of programs/projects and work closely with the Director Program Delivery Management. Key responsibilities... extension $90 - 104.00 per hour + super The Role Our client is seeking an experienced Program Delivery Officer to provide... • Sat, 18 MayDFP Recruitment$187200 - 216320 per year
Assistant Director AIC Program Support and Assurance » Australia - The key duties of the position include The Role As an Assistant Director AIC Program Support and Assurance, you will: Lead the provision of advice and support to procurement planning, tendering, contract formation and contract management on matters related to Australian Industry Capability. Apply AIC policy in project business cases, approval documents and evaluation of the AIC aspects within tender responses. Lead industry engagement activities, and support the growth of AIC Program awareness. Support negotiations of contracts with suppliers and finalise AIC elements of contracts with clients. Undertake procurement and manage contracts on behalf of the branch where appropriate. Prepare briefing material to support Ministerial meetings and events relating to the AIC program. Work collaboratively with stakeholders and subject matter experts to develop and lead strategies to improve and uplift the AIC program aligned to policy, Defence Industrial Development Strategy and CASG 2.0 initiatives. Manage and lead a team, including by providing clear and consistent communication, setting performance and behavioural standards, delegating responsibility and guiding and developing people. About our Team Australian Industry Capability (AIC) Division supports Defence delivery on the Government's policy direction to equip and sustain the ADF. AIC Division assists in developing new initiatives designed to drive behavioural change across Government, Defence and Industry to develop a deeper and broader sovereign industrial base while making Defence a stronger client. Our team works closely with senior Defence Leaders and Minister's providing advice on all aspects of AIC Delivery. AIC Division assists Defence to implement and enhance the AIC Program by providing advice and support to Capability and Project Managers. We work across Defence and with other federal agencies to implement the AIC program, drive exports through the creation of supply chain opportunities, run the Defence Industry Studies Course, and help Defence understand industry capability through the use of specialised tools. Working with us will provide a unique opportunity to engage with Government and Industry on an important Government initiative, and an opportunity to develop or utilise your experience in public service and/or commercial acumen. Our Ideal Candidate We are seeking motivated high-performing, enthusiastic and collaborative leaders who enjoy a challenge and are comfortable working with competing priorities, responding and adapting to new and changing circumstances, while maintaining strong attention to detail. Your good interpersonal skills will enable you to successfully lead a team of diverse people to achieve timely outcomes set by Defence and Government. Your leadership skills will promote and enhance our strengths-based team culture. Our ideal candidates will have; An interest in/ or experience in working in dynamic team environments; engaging with diverse stakeholders; using initiative to solve problems and apply critical thinking skills. Prior experience in contract management in different stages of the procurement lifecycle, including in developing contract documentation, evaluation of tenders, and developing and reporting on contract performance indicators. Well-developed written and verbal communication skills, that are self-motivated and client focused and able to prepare and present advice and briefs for senior Defence leaders and Ministers. Service orientation with a desire to add value and support stakeholders. High levels of integrity and accountability in the work that you perform. • Fri, 17 MayAPS
Waymaker Program Director » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Waymaker Program Director Carrum Downs Campus Permanent Full-Time Role Commencing Semester 2, 2024 Flinders Christian Community College is a co-educational, non–denominational College with campuses located at Tyabb, Carrum Downs, and Mt. Martha offering education from K – 12. Applications are invited for the position of Director of the Waymaker Program at our Carrum Downs Campus. The Waymaker Program will open in January 2025 to deliver high-quality education for students who cannot attend normal school due to anxiety, depression or PTSD. The Program is located on the Carrum Downs Campus and is intended to provide a differentiated learning program in a counter-stress environment better suited to the needs and routines of these students than a mainstream setting. We seek to see these students grow and thrive in their social connectedness, wellbeing and learning, through belonging, believing and becoming in a way that equips them to live a full and purposeful life. Take a look at the attached learning model and learn more about the program here. The successful candidate will be a caring and passionate teacher and educational leader with a strong understanding of (and commitment to) Christian education. You will be skilled and experienced in trauma-informed teaching and understand the needs of early Secondary School students in various stages of personal recovery from Anxiety and/or Depression and/or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. The Waymaker Program Director will lead the Program and its staff in a manner that provides participating students with learning opportunities and experiences in a safe and caring environment that will align with the Program’s objectives, the College vision, mission, values and the Flinders Learning and Teaching Framework. If this sounds like your next career move, we would love to hear from you. We will be screening and interviewing applicants as they come through, so we encourage you to apply today. For further information about this role, please contact Dave Hughes or Paul Manley on 03 5973 2000. Applications close 9th June 2024. To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Mariska Mostert on 03 9785 0000, quoting Ref No. 1175136. • Fri, 17 May
Director, Families Programs » Darwin Region, Northern Territory - Provide senior leadership, advice and planning and implementation services to enable the effective and efficient delivery of children and families’ programs aligned to the Northern Territory Government’s and Territory Families, Housing and Communities commitments and priorities. Lead and implement the reform agendas set out in Closing the Gap, Generational Strategy and Safe and Supported within the children and families program areas. • Thu, 16 MayNorthern Territory Government
Waymaker Program Director » Carrum Downs, VIC - from Anxiety and/or Depression and/or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. The Waymaker Program Director will lead the Program... Downs, and Mt. Martha offering education from K – 12. Applications are invited for the position of Director of the Waymaker... • Thu, 16 May
Deputy Program Director » Australia - Date Posted: 2024-05-13 Country: Australia Location: AUSNSW121: Macquarie Park NSW, Level 3 Building D Talavera Corporate Centre, 12-24 Talavera Road, Macquarie Park, NSW, 2113, Australia Position Role Type: Unspecified - Join an industry leader and one of the most reputable technology innovators in the world; - Work on innovative and challenging projects, pushing the boundaries of what's possible. - Rewarding senior leadership opportunity supporting the Royal Australian Navy's (RAN) Collins Class Submarines. - Senior Leadership opportunity based in Henderson, WA or Sydney. - Opportunities for professional growth and development, you'll have access to the latest technologies and mentorship from experts in the field. When you join Raytheon Australia, you are joining a recognised leader and trusted partner in the Australian defence industry. As the leading combat systems integrator for Australia's most strategic defence assets; our fleet of Collins Class Submarines, we provide mission support and solutions to protect, secure and defend our nation. Our Program Leaders are world class and working on projects that truly contribute to the defence of our nation. We look for specialists with a talent for big picture thinking and attention to detail, alongside strong management capabilities to develop and deliver strong outcomes for our nation and defence. When you join Raytheon Australia, you are joining a recognised leader and trusted partner in the Australian defence industry. The Role This new position provides a career pathway to senior leadership opportunities within Raytheon Australia's professional Program and General Management streams. Reporting directly to the Program Director, the Deputy Program Director is a senior leader who is responsible for a national team of skilled professionals focused on ensuring the safe and timely delivery of contract commitments and project milestones; ensuring Australia's Collins Class Submarine fleet remain available for domestic and international deployments. This role is responsible for the day-to-day design, solution development, and management of the Combat System Management Program team to satisfy contractual or internally scoped requirements. With a Focus on achieving the business objectives of the company, the incumbent will ensure that operational requirements and financial performance is within the program parameters you will engage directly with RAN leaders, holding responsibility in governance and review boards in Commonwealth and Defence forums. A background in major project delivery enhanced by knowledge in maritime or military management systems will be advantageous. Key Responsibilities - Apply your knowledge and skills to lead a national team to develop, plan and implement multiple complex projects that will progress concurrently to deliver program objectives; - Oversee the day-to-day execution of the Combat System Management Program. - Ability to form and maintain close relationships with a wide range of external stakeholders, to solicit, manage and effectively use intelligence and to identify, direct, and manage the resources required to delivery compelling strategies and high-quality solutions. - Lead and collaborate in a cross-functional environment to meet RAN operational requirements. - Demonstrate high levels of negotiation skills and influence across internal and external stakeholder groups. - Provide briefings, presentations and reporting to governance bodies and organisational leadership. - Lead the planning, coordination, and management of program operations, whilst driving the effectiveness and results through implementing strategies and plans. - Manage project opportunities and risks and develop mitigation strategies. - Mentor and lead project staff to develop and enhance business. - Liaise with other members of the business development organisation to maintain a forecast of potential strategic activities that require support, and plan resource allocation. - Liaise with other members of the business development organisation to maintain a forecast of potential strategic activities that require support, and plan resource allocation. Skills, Experience and Qualifications: - Minimum of 10 years prior relevant experience. - University degree in Engineering, Project Management, or other relevant discipline or equivalent experience. - Eligible for registration as a Registered Project Manager (Reg PM) and certification as a CPPM through the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM). - Requires broad management and leadership knowledge to lead project teams. - Significant expertise in relevant domain concepts and technology. - Proven experience in strategy development in an Industry environment. - Proven experience in complex project management including: - Leading integrated product team(s). - Geographically dispersed teams and stakeholders. - Multiple / complex lines of communication. - Variable backlog or schedule with compounding interactions. Specialist resources that are difficult to obtain/retain. - Management of specific environmental hazards. - High levels of system complexity. - Experience managing subcontracts and supporting program level objectives. - Successful candidates must be able to obtain and maintain an Australian Government (Defence) Security Clearance up to NV1 - information on this can be found at http://www.defence.gov.au/agsva Don't miss the opportunity to build your career in a world class team and help build the defence systems that keep Australia safe. As our employees say, we do great work at Raytheon Australia and it's great to workhere. Come and find out why I f you are looking for a challenging and rewarding career access your next mission by clicking the "Apply" button or contact us at careersraytheon.com.au RTX is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status, age or any other federally protected class. Privacy Policy and Terms: Click on this link (http://www.rtx.com/privacy/Job-Applicant-Privacy-Notice) to read the Policy and Terms Raytheon Technologies is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status, age or any other federally protected class. • Thu, 16 MayRTX Corporation
Deputy Program Director » Macquarie Park, NSW - Director, the Deputy Program Director is a senior leader who is responsible for a national team of skilled professionals... Submarines, we provide mission support and solutions to protect, secure and defend our nation. Our Program Leaders are world... • Wed, 15 MayRaytheon Technologies
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Tasmanian Psychiatry Registrar Training Program » Atherton, QLD - Doctors in Training - commencing 3 February 2025 (Registrar) The Tasmanian Psychiatry Training Program (TPTP... registration. The TPTP offers a comprehensive state-wide training program in psychiatry with placements in Hobart, Launceston... • Mon, 13 MayTasmanian Government$131000 - 183500 per year

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