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Outage Project Lead » Pinjar, WA - is evolving to become more sustainable. Role Summary: The Outage Project Lead is a newly created opportunity based... at our Pinjar site. Reporting to the Manager Pinjar & Regional Gas Generation, the Outage Project Lead works as an effective member... • Tue, 04 JunSynergy
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Project Lead (Central Postal Voting) » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Project Management Classification AO6 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/569107/24 Closing date 09-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Until 31 December 2024 Contact person Kim Beamish Contact details Phone: (07) 3035 8118 Access the National Relay Service Your Contribution Lead the successful achievement of planned election project objectives, by taking responsibility for: o identifying and communicating with members of their project team including subject matter experts o tracking and reporting on project progress o monitoring the project budget o identifying and managing resources efficiently o assessing and mitigating risks and escalating as required o proactively managing communications with project stakeholders o ensuring quality and on-time delivery o managing procurement, contracts, and vendors (if applicable) o maintaining project documentation and providing regular reports on progress to the Program Manager Meet regularly with the Program Manager and provide progress updates of other relevant matters, such as issues, risks or opportunities raised by other Project Leads. Proactively engage with other Project Leads to maintain awareness and sharing of relevant data and information. As required, provide quality assurance updates and reports to Election Delivery Board regarding their project based on time, quality, cost, and risks. As required and after consultation with the Program Manager, Chief Finance Officer (CFO) and HR, submit Project Change Requests if planned objectives are changing and/or it requires a change in resourcing. The Project Lead will deliver the ECQ's Central Postal Voting function, ensuring the accurate and on-time processing of postal vote applications, and the production and despatch of postal ballots to electors at the October 2024 State General election. Supporting other election delivery projects as required. What we are looking for The Queensland Public Service Leadership Competencies apply to all positions within the ECQ. This role is mapped to the Program Leader profile. Your capability for this role will be assessed against the following key competencies that relate to the above tasks: Leads strategically: Thinks critically and acts on the broader purpose of the system. Makes insightful decisions: Makes considered, ethical and courageous decisions based on insight into the broader context. Builds enduring relationships: Builds and sustains relationships to enable to collaborative delivery of customer-focused outcomes. Drives accountability and outcomes: Demonstrates accountability for the execution and quality of results through professionalism, persistence and transparency. Demonstrates sound governance: Maintains a high standard of practice through governance and risk management. For more information, please refer to Leadership Competencies for Queensland. Applications will 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. 569107 24 Role Description.1. (Word, 124KB) • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Project Officer (Lead Alliance) » Townsville Region, Queensland - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO5 Workplace Location Townsville region Job ad reference QLD/MI570018 Closing date 20-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Commencing ASAP up to 30/06/2025 Contact person Angela Schloss Contact details 0417 288 720 Access the National Relay Service North West Hospital and Health Service (HHS) Unique locations Friendly communities Regional, rural and remote $$$ incentives Temporary full-time role commencing ASAP up to 30/06/2025. Working with us base salary ranges between $3928.50 and $4274.40 p.f. (AO5). 12.75% employer superannuation contribution. In your downtime, we offer 4 weeks p.a. with a 17.5% loading/bonus. Professionally, our HHS values professionalism, leadership capability, excellence and resilience in our staff. We are committed to providing extraordinary opportunities for career development including in-house training, development and mentoring programs. The lifestyle in Mount Isa is family friendly; it is a vibrant city with an outback community feel. You will fall in love with the natural splendour of the North West Queensland region, the experience of a rural/urban community and the opportunity to make a real and positive difference and want to stay. Once a raw frontier town built in the heart of North West Queensland around the vast mineral resources, Mount Isa has grown into a thriving industrial and commercial centre renowned for its friendly and welcoming nature. Affectionately known as the 'oasis of the outback,' Mount Isa represents over 50 nationalities which give the city a unique cosmopolitan flavour. People enjoy living in this modern community, with restaurants, excellent health care, shopping, churches, clubs, service clubs and social activities. You will love the yearly carnival of festivities and celebrations including the Mount Isa Rodeo. The Traditional Owners of the area are the Kalkadoon people. Mount Isa is a great place to live and work About the role This role is responsible for developing and driving the community engagement and public education programs on behalf of the Alliance Committee. You will be responsible for leading and managing the communication objectives and strategies developed in consultation with the Alliance committee Requirement At least two (2) years appropriate experience in a community relations role would be considered highly desirable. Bachelor degree in communication or equal work experience in a related field would be considered highly desirable. The role requires a commitment to work at functions outside of core Business Hours such as with the Mount Isa Show and Rodeo events. Pre-employment screening will be undertaken for the successful applicant, including Criminal History check. C Class Drivers Licence. Blue Card. This is a VPD risk role and may require evidence of vaccination or immunity to: Hepatitis B, Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Varicella, Pertussis, and Tuberculosis. A 3-month period of probation may apply. Interested? Download the Role Description for further information and application / interview preparation. Contact: Angela Schloss on 0417 288 720. • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Project Lead, Field Support » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Project Management Classification AO6 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/568946/24 Closing date 09-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Until 31 December 2024 Contact person Kim Beamish Contact details Ph: (07) 3035 8118 Access the National Relay Service Your contribution: Lead the successful achievement of planned election project objectives, by taking responsibility for: identifying and communicating with members of their project team including subject matter experts tracking and reporting on project progress monitoring the project budget identifying and managing resources efficiently assessing and mitigating risks and escalating as required proactively managing communications with project stakeholders ensuring quality and on-time delivery managing procurement, contracts, and vendors (if applicable) maintaining project documentation and providing regular reports on progress to the Program Manager Meet regularly with the Program Manager and provide progress updates of other relevant matters, such as issues, risks or opportunities raised by other Project Leads. Proactively engage with other Project Leads to maintain awareness and sharing of relevant data and information. As required, provide quality assurance updates and reports to Election Delivery Board regarding their project based on time, quality, cost, and risks. As required and after consultation with the Program Manager, Chief Finance Officer (CFO) and HR, submit Project Change Requests if planned objectives are changing and/or it requires a change in resourcing. Manage the function designed to provide support, advice and expertise to dispersed electoral staff during all phases of the State General election in October 2024 from the ECQ's office at Waterfront Place, Brisbane. Supporting other election delivery projects as required. What we are looking for: The Queensland Public Service Leadership Competencies apply to all positions within the ECQ. This role is mapped to the Program Leader profile. Your capability for this role will be assessed against the following key competencies that relate to the above tasks: Leads strategically: Thinks critically and acts on the broader purpose of the system. Makes insightful decisions: Makes considered, ethical and courageous decisions based on insight into the broader context. Remains composed during high-stakes situations, supporting the team to recognise gaps in information and seek advice to enable a prompt and considered response. Builds enduring relationships: Builds and sustains relationships to enable to collaborative delivery of customer-focused outcomes. Drives accountability and outcomes: Demonstrates accountability for the execution and quality of results through professionalism, persistence and transparency. Demonstrates sound governance: Maintains a high standard of practice through governance and risk management. For more information, please refer to Leadership Competencies for Queensland. 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. 568946 24 Role Description (Word, 123KB) • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Delivery Services Lead » Adelaide, SA - , people management and leadership. Lead development and supply of Delivery Services to the Technology program and project... in project and program delivery? Do you thrive in managing both internal technology teams and outsourced service... • Sat, 08 JunSA Water

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Lead Mechanical Engineer | Minerals & Metals | EPCM » Perth, WA - : Reporting to the Functional Manager in dual line of Engineering Manager for nominated EPCM project. You will be an integral role... and project departments - Provides technical advice on design processes, construction methods and other technical areas Advises... • Fri, 07 JunJohn Wood Group
EL1 Senior Specialist Infrastructure Technical Lead, Canberra » Canberra, ACT - Infrastructure Technical Lead reports to the Director of Infrastructure Operations and will be responsible for leading the... infrastructure aspects of ACIC endorsed projects. They will ensure all technical requirements are met to ensure successful project... • Fri, 07 JunAustralian Criminal Intelligence Commission$113355 - 136660 per year
Integration Test Lead » Queensland - Test Lead, you will provide your expertise in ensuring the quality of the delivery of Integration testing activities in..., identifying resource requirements for testing activities and coordinating tasks and priorities with Engineering Leads and Project... • Fri, 07 JunAirservices
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Lead Systems Integration and Test Engineer » Melbourne, VIC - Randstad is currently working with a top-tier defence company to provide support on a critical aviation project.... This company will lead the planning and designing of the communications, surveillance systems, and network services to support the... • Fri, 07 JunRandstad
Lead Project and Improvement Facilitator » Adelaide, SA - opportunity is presented to work within the Northern Adelaide Local Health Network as a Lead Project and Improvement Facilitator... within the Project and Improvement Office. The Lead Project and Improvement Facilitator is responsible to the Director Project... • Fri, 07 JunSA Health$102641 - 110094 per year
Lead Structural Engineer | Minerals & Metals (Perth) » Perth, WA - Job Description: Wood is currently seeking a Lead Structural Engineer to join our Minerals & Metals division...: Wood has secured a long-term engineering services project partnering with one of the world's largest precious metal... • Fri, 07 JunJohn Wood Group
Lead Piping Engineer (Brownfields Oil & Gas) » Perth, WA - Job Description: Wood is recruiting a Lead Piping Engineer as part of our strategic growth plan for 2024... client contract team. You will balance technical, team, client, and project leadership across onshore gas plants (including... • Fri, 07 JunJohn Wood Group
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Health & Safety Risk Management Lead » Melbourne, VIC - Role: Health & Safety Risk Managment Lead Grade: GG13 Department: Group Technology and Oeprational Excellence..., process and framework, collectively known as the plan. As Group Lead Health & Safety Risk Management... • Fri, 07 JunQinetiQ
Client Solutions - Strategy Lead (12m contract) » North Sydney, NSW - for you! Our Client Solutions Lead based in NSW, is a highly collaborative role that sits within the Powered department... for all parties A solutions-focused team player who is flexible and adaptable in responding to the needs of a project Excellent... • Fri, 07 JunNine
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Lead Structural Designer | Mining & Minerals (Brisbane) » Brisbane, QLD - Job Description: Wood is currently seeking a Lead Structural Designer in order to grow its Brisbane Mining... such as, but not limited to: - Overseeing and leading the structural design for the project Mentoring and guiding less experienced designers... • Fri, 07 JunJohn Wood Group
Data Test Lead / Manager - Melbourne » Melbourne, VIC - AYAN InfoTech is looking for Data Test Lead / Manager to join an exciting project based in Melbourne. The role offers... enhancement projects. Role: Data Test Lead / Manager Location: Melbourne Contract Duration: 6 Months with high... • Fri, 07 JunAyan Infotech$550 - 600 per day
Performance Lead Risk Data Insights and Analytics » Sydney, NSW - Performance Lead Risk Data Insights and Analytics Permanent role, located in Sydney CBD. We are a creative... and issues.​ Experience working closely with leadership to define commitments and outcomes and provide strategic project... • Fri, 07 JunCommonwealth Bank of Australia
Sustainability Project Lead - Hybrid » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Work options: Hybrid About the role: Australian dairy promises to provide nutritious food for a healthier world. To do this, we have made a number of sustainability commitments to the community, our people, the environment and our animals. Our internationally recognised Sustainability Framework (ADSF) is our guide to sustainable dairy production, with goals and targets set for 2030, confirming our ambition to continue to make changes for the better. See https://www.dairy.com.au/sustainability/australian-dairy-sustainability-framework for more information on our Sustainability Framework, commitments and progress. Our Sustainable Dairy team is looking for a key member to support the implementation of the framework by supporting the Sustainability Steering Committee (SSC) as the Sustainability Implementation lead. The role will be a mix of project management, governance and secretariat support and stakeholder engagement. You will develop and foster strategic relationships with key industry stakeholders and ADSF members. These relationships and networks will assist the process of seeking out issues, activities and information that will contribute to informing and ensuring alignment of the Australian dairy industry and DA investments in the sustainability and policy areas. The key responsibilities of the role include: Provide strategic oversight of the administration, governance, and consultation processes of the ADIC Sustainability Framework, ensuring that it functions efficiently and effectively to help deliver dairy industry sustainability objectives. Establish and manage appropriate consultation mechanisms and committee structures to support the ongoing growth of the ADIC Sustainability Framework Play a vital role in the ongoing development and maintenance of stakeholder relationships. This includes fostering collaboration, building, and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders. Work with the DA Sustainability Commitment Managers, the Sustainability Steering Committee (SSC) members, Australian Dairy Farmers (ADF) and Australian Dairy Products Federation (ADPF) to develop and maintain a fit for purpose national consultation process for the sustainability program and policy development, including effective reference groups and taskforces. Commissioning appropriate materiality reviews, ADSF reporting and other evidence to support the information and reporting requirements. About you: You will bring a strategic lens to ensuring that the Sustainability Framework (ADSF) delivers for the broader dairy industry and is supported and underpinned by strong governance and processes. You will manage the day-to-day activities of the ADSF and undertake multiple project activities, ensuring that good practice project standards are implemented. A team player, you work effectively within a multiskilled team and value the opportunity to collaborate and learn through thought leadership and sharing of insights and recommendations. Equally your excellent people and interpersonal skills and ability to work with a diverse range of influential people and organisations will be valued, allowing you to demonstrate awareness of the sustainability agenda and how this intersects across the dairy industry. About Dairy Australia: Dairy Australia’s role is to provide services that benefit and advance dairy farm businesses and the industry. These services deliver value by enhancing farm business management, supporting farm employment needs, driving herd and feed innovation, managing climate and environment, promoting Australian dairy and commitment to sustainability, supporting policy development, growing international markets and responding to critical issues and events such as floods and bushfires. Our Vision and Values: At Dairy Australia, our vision is simple, to be leaders in shaping a profitable and sustainable dairy industry. Our passionate and talented people share this vision and make an impact each day through their commitment to our values of: Farmer First - Farmer needs guide our purpose One Team - We work together to achieve great things Innovative Thinking - We embrace new ideas and learning as we go Decisive Action - We make informed decisions and move quickly to implement About your work life with us: We aim to provide benefits that promote the overall wellbeing of our employees. In joining our team, you will be rewarded with: A flexible working environment – work from our office in Southbank CBD, your home office, on the road visiting stakeholders, as well as connecting with your colleagues and stakeholders virtually Being a key member in our supportive and high performing team of experts in their field A caring, values driven and innovative culture - we are open to each other’s ideas, we love to innovate, we act with integrity and are driven to find the best solutions for our employees and stakeholders Next steps: We strive to offer an efficient and positive recruitment experience. If your motivations and skills set lines up to what you’ve read, please “Apply Now” • Fri, 07 JunDairy Australia
Project Management Lead » St Leonards, Willoughby Area - Project Management Lead - ( 240002C6 ) Description About the role Are you an experienced Project Manager with a background in the building industry looking for the next step in their Career? The NSW Buildings Business Unit are seeking a Project Management Lead (PML) to help grow the commercial acumen and delivery capabilities of Project Managers (PMs) within the Buildings team to successfully deliver projects for clients and contribute to the long-term profitability of the Business. Based in our St Leonards office, you will support the Business in management and governance of an allocated portfolio of projects and project managers. This will include assisting to maintain compliance with the Project Management Framework (PMF) and Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) controls, regularly monitoring and reporting on the commercial, quality and risk position of all projects in their assigned area. You will also work directly with the PMs to achieve effective and timely solutions. We are seeking candidates with at least 10 years hands-on experience delivering projects for consulting firms and/or clients in the role of Project Manager/Project Director. This is a leadership position where the successful candidate will lead and teach our Project Management cohort based on their own learned experiences. The PML will also be expected to work as a Project Manager within our Buildings team, delivering projects of their own for multi-disciplinary buildings projects in a variety of sectors which may include Commercial, Health, Defence, Data Centers, and Social Infrastructure. Responsibilities include: - Overseeing project delivery within Buildings to ensure projects are delivered in line with the Stantec PM Framework to meet client requirements, - Supporting Campaign and Proposal staff to identify project opportunities and prepare proposal material with a focus on Stantec's Project Management Framework (PMF) practices, ensuring client requirements, scope/deliverables, risk, technical and commercial needs are achievable. - Conducting regular project review meetings with project managers and project controls personnel to monitor project-level performance, budget, schedule, risk, and quality management in support of program or BC-level reporting and management. - Conducting monthly project management review process including PM completion of estimate to complete, estimate at completion (EAC), and revenue recognition, and approval of EACs in accordance with Stantec's Sarbanes-Oxley compliance program. - Supporting the Buildings leaders in review and approval of proposal and project scopes, schedules, budgets; review and approve project/ execution plans-ensuring plans are fit-for-purpose and BC approvals are in place. - Supporting the Buildings leaders in the project-centric components of day-to-day operation of the business centre or region, including project delivery performance, go/no-go decisions, pricing strategies, risk management, change management, forecasting and budgeting, and performance reporting within your assigned area. To be successful for this role you'll need: - Bachelors degree in Engineering or comparable technical, business or professional degree with a minimum of 10 year's relevant experience - Recent experience managing building projects, including the development of scope, schedule and budget and the subsequent monitoring of cost and schedule. - Strong understanding of scheduling concepts and program. - PMP certification (or ability to obtain PMP within 12 months) or equivalent. - Conflict management and negotiation skills to resolve contractual disputes. - Initiative to identify and flag opportunities and risks to achieve business objectives. - Strong soft skills enabling you to work and communicate with Project Managers, as well as leveraging the influence of Business Leads, Group Leads and Team Leads to achieve good project outcomes. About Stantec The Stantec community unites approximately 30,000 employees working in over 450 locations across six continents. We collaborate across disciplines and industries to bring buildings, energy, resources, water, environmental, transport and infrastructure projects to life. Our work from initial project concept and planning through design, construction, and commissioning begins at the intersection of community, creativity, and client relationships. Communities are fundamental. Whether around the corner or across the globe, they provide a foundation, a sense of place and of belonging. That's why at Stantec, we always design with community in mind. We care about the communities we serve-because they're our communities too. We're designers, engineers, scientists, and project managers, innovating together at the intersection of community, creativity, and client relationships. Balancing these priorities results in projects that advance the quality of life in communities across the globe. What we offer Along with a competitive salary we offer many other benefits to ensure your professional development & wellbeing is ongoing. - Genuine Flexible Working Arrangements - Including work from home opportunities, provision for school term contracts, job sharing and part time employment. - Option to purchase up to 4 weeks additional leave. - Learning and Talent Development Programs - Including Global programmes, online learning and on-the-job learning - Mentoring for your own development and the opportunity to mentor others - A friendly team environment, with dedicated and enthusiastic staff committed to producing high quality service and deliverables. - Professional Memberships. - Salary Continuance Insurance (SCI). - Mental Health and Wellbeing Programs. - Service Recognition Awards. - Employee Assistance Program. Culture Stantec is serious about healthy work-life balance, diversity, inclusion & equity, indigenous relations, innovation, community engagement, corporate sustainability, and social wellbeing. We have employee groups for women, LGBTQI , neurodiversity, and more Our employees play sport, fundraise, volunteer, learn, and have fun together. How to apply If this position is of interest, please apply via the link below. Please note that no agency applications will be accepted at this time. Qualifications - Primary Location : Australia-New South Wales-St. Leonards Organization : BC-3013 Buildings-AU New South Wales Employee Status : Regular Job Level : Individual Contributor Travel : No Schedule : Full-time Job Posting : Jun 5, 2024, 8:33:26 PM Req ID: 240002C6 Stantec provides equal employment opportunities to all qualified employees and applicants for future and current employment and prohibit discrimination on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, genetic information, disability, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. We prohibit discrimination in decisions concerning recruitment, hiring, referral, promotion, compensation, fringe benefits, job training, terminations or any other condition of employment. Stantec is in compliance with local, state and federal laws and regulations and ensures equitable opportunities in all aspects of employment. EEO including Disability/Protected Veterans • Fri, 07 JunStantec
Senior Project Officer (Improvement Science and Change Management Capability Lead) » Melbourne, VIC - About the role: The Senior Project Officer (Improvement Science and Change Management Capability Lead) is a member... as required. The Senior Project Officer will coordinate and lead improvement science and change management components of the capability... • Thu, 06 JunState Government of Victoria$106534 - 128897 per year
Project Lead » Perth, WA - and environmental performance. About the Role: WorkPac are seeking an experienced Civil Project Lead to oversee bulk earthworks..., handover, closeout). Management of all project elements (cost, quality, schedule, site delivery & safety). Implementing QA... • Thu, 06 JunWorkPac
Senior Project Officer (Safety and Human Factors Capability Lead) » Melbourne, VIC - with consumers and safety as required. The Senior Project Officer will coordinate and lead patient safety and human factors... individual lead a healthy life. Job Details Department: Department of Health Work Type: Ongoing - full time Job Function... • Thu, 06 JunState Government of Victoria$106534 - 128897 per year
Project Officer (Lead Alliance) » North West Area, Cairns Region - North West Hospital and Health Service (HHS) Unique locations Friendly communities Regional, rural and remote $$$ incentives Temporary full-time role commencing ASAP up to 30/06/2025. Working with us base salary ranges between $3928.50 and $4274.40 p.f. (AO5). 12.75% employer superannuation contribution. In your downtime, we offer 4 weeks p.a. with a 17.5% loading/bonus. Professionally, our HHS values professionalism, leadership capability, excellence and resilience in our staff. We are committed to providing extraordinary opportunities for career development including in-house training, development and mentoring programs. The lifestyle in Mount Isa is family friendly; it is a vibrant city with an outback community feel. You will fall in love with the natural splendour of the North West Queensland region, the experience of a rural/urban community and the opportunity to make a real and positive difference and want to stay. Once a raw frontier town built in the heart of North West Queensland around the vast mineral resources, Mount Isa has grown into a thriving industrial and commercial centre renowned for its friendly and welcoming nature. Affectionately known as the 'oasis of the outback,' Mount Isa represents over 50 nationalities which give the city a unique cosmopolitan flavour. People enjoy living in this modern community, with restaurants, excellent health care, shopping, churches, clubs, service clubs and social activities. You will love the yearly carnival of festivities and celebrations including the Mount Isa Rodeo. The Traditional Owners of the area are the Kalkadoon people. Mount Isa is a great place to live and work About the role This role is responsible for developing and driving the community engagement and public education programs on behalf of the Alliance Committee. You will be responsible for leading and managing the communication objectives and strategies developed in consultation with the Alliance committee Requirement At least two (2) years appropriate experience in a community relations role would be considered highly desirable. Bachelor degree in communication or equal work experience in a related field would be considered highly desirable. The role requires a commitment to work at functions outside of core Business Hours such as with the Mount Isa Show and Rodeo events. Pre-employment screening will be undertaken for the successful applicant, including Criminal History check. C Class Drivers Licence. Blue Card. This is a VPD risk role and may require evidence of vaccination or immunity to: Hepatitis B, Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Varicella, Pertussis, and Tuberculosis. A 3-month period of probation may apply. Interested? Download the Role Description for further information and application / interview preparation. Contact: Angela Schloss on 0417 288 720. Apply ONLINE: https://smartjobs.qld.gov.au/jobs/QLD- MI570018 Applications close: Thursday 20 June 2024. • Thu, 06 JunQueensland Government
Project Quality Lead » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR About the Team As part of the Quality Team at Rheinmetall, the Project Quality Lead reports to the Senior Manager Quality Operations, with dotted line reporting to the project's Production & Services Manager. The role is based at our Military Vehicle Centre of Excellence (MILVEHCOE) in Redbank, Ipswich. Planning and managing inspection and auditing to assure that an acceptable level of build quality is maintained/achieved for the product and assemblies RDA is responsible for, including verifying and collating the content of Sea Acceptance Testing, Harbour Acceptance Testing and other such methods used to manage and demonstrate manufacturing quality; Responsible for the development and management of all Control Plans and related inspection documents for assigned projects (Quality Inspection Plans and Inspection Test Plans (ITP) suite of documents); Creation of quality requirements for supplier contracts/commissions; Coordination of Quality input and participation in bid teams for assigned projects; Coordinate project quality input for project quality budgets (Estimation at Completion) for headcount costs, quality equipment costs, and quality operating costs as they relate to project planning and implementation activities; Coordination of Quality Assurance oversight for production, module and assembly planning, review and handover between Entities encompassing RDA (Europe [EU] to RDA, and RDA to EU, etc.); Delivering against and managing the processes for quality and compliance assurance and delivery in the commissioning and acceptance of modules and assemblies; Ensuring that modules and assemblies have the appropriate records within their handover records (and/or similar methodologies) with all approvals and consents prior to entry into service; Prepare quality reports (around quality performance, KPI's, risks and quality compliance) and attend relevant project/management meetings providing support and direction in guiding operations to meet and exceed project quality requirements; Support or attend business unit and project level management system review meetings, including Project level reviews, customer reviews and project review; Support and monitor the internal audit program as it relates to operational scope of activities, planning/performing/reporting/following-up and resolving quality problems as relevant, in particular the program to verify and assure operational controls and process verification; Create, maintain, review and release quality and project documentation (inclusive of Quality Plans) to be effectively integrated within the RDA Quality Management System (QMS); Assist the development, implementation and maintenance of a QMS as it relates to operational assurance requirements and processes, leading operational quality input; Support the Director Quality in contributing to the strategic direction for the business in line with the RDA Quality strategy; Member of Change Control Boards related to projects assigned to; Initiate specific improvement projects, e.g. best practice procedures and ITPs/Quality Gates, etc., to assist the development of improved quality tools for use across RDA; Analyse quality and operational data, inspection reports and other performance data to identify quality improvement needs and systemic concerns; Drive the implementation of cross-functional team problem solving disciplines and effective use of Quality Tools; Mentor/guide project managers in the effective use of quality management systems and tools; and Fulfil other duties and responsibilities that may be required as determined with your manager from time to time. WHAT QUALIFICATIONS YOU SHOULD HAVE What are we looking for? Rheinmetall seeks applicants who exemplify our Company's values of Safety, Partnering, Openness, Respect and Trust (SPORT). This creates a workplace environment where employees value each other, live up to their promises and communicate openly. The experience and skillset best suited to this role includes: Relevant tertiary qualification (Degree in Electrical/Mechanical Engineering, or other Exact Science degree or ability to demonstrate Senior Technician level experience within an electrical / mechanical industry; Recognised formal training in Quality (CQE, Diploma, Advanced Diploma, degree, etc.); Skilled in using advanced quality tools and techniques; Minimum 5 years work experience in quality assurance in comparable industry; Demonstrated customer service experience; Understanding of the ISO 9000 family and NATO Allied Quality Assurance Publications; Highly developed stakeholder management skills and experience working with senior management, technical experts, etc. where customised solutions and a consultancy based approach are key; Good IT knowledge, particularly of SAP Quality Management; Ability to travel interstate and internationally when required; and Must hold or be eligible to obtain an Australian Government Security Clearance (must hold Australian Citizenship). Desirable Experience in dealing with suppliers would be an advantage; Experience as a Quality Lead on multidisciplinary (hardware, software and mechanical) engineering project(s); Lead Management Systems Auditor training would be an advantage; Good business acumen, and a sound understanding of Project Management; Ability to interpret contracts; and Knowledge and understanding of (or a willing to obtain) standards including ISO 3834, DIN 2033, AQAP 2070, AQAP 2310, AQAP 2110, etc. Must hold or be eligible to obtain an Australian Government Security Clearance (must hold Australian Citizenship). WHAT WE OFFER YOU Work as part of a team with real purpose in what we do; Attractive remuneration packages with salary sacrificing and novated leases; Access to exclusive employee discounts with over 400 retailers in Australia to help cost of living; On-site subsidised café with themed days and multiple dietary options; Long weekends every second week with a 9 day working fortnight; Opportunity to work on major projects within our Vehicle Systems (Logistic, Tactical Wheeled, Tactical Tracked), Electronic Solutions, Weapon & Ammunition Divisions); Generous internal incentive and referral program; Genuine career development and progression opportunities; Extensive Employee Assistance Program to support overall health and wellbeing; and We are proud to be recognised as an Endorsed Employer for All Women by WORK180. CONTACT INFORMATION RDA Talent Acquisition Team Recruitment.Australiarheinmetall.com.au LI-SB1 Applications will close on 3rd July 2024 • Thu, 06 JunRheinmetall Aktiengesellschaft
Lead Engineer - Shiploader Replacement Project » Newcastle, NSW - deliverables for the project. As the technical lead, you will collaborate closely with Senior Project Managers, our engineering... and support economic value for the community we are embarking on a transformative 5-year multi million project to optimise... • Thu, 06 Jun
Lead Electrical Engineer - Power Projects » Melbourne, VIC - of technically minded professionals focused on innovation, project management, and quality of support. A young team that works in... Projects Engineer position has the capacity for flexible working arrangements, subject to project/bid specific requirements... • Wed, 05 JunAspect Personnel$140000 - 180000 per year
Project Officer (Lead Alliance) » Townsville, QLD - and help keep vital services functioning as part of a world-class health service that actively embraces technology, training, teamwork and supports your career ambitions. This is a unique opportunity to contribute to our vision of creatin... • Wed, 05 JunQueensland Government
Project Technical Lead » Victoria, Australia - An exciting opportunity in the aviation industry to support Engineering Projects Perm Full Time Opportunity with attractive salary package starting from 129K 14% Super Work in Melbourne or Brisbane with Flexible work arrangements Summary Combine your engineering knowledge, systems engineering, change management, stakeholder management and construction experience to make a difference. The Organisation Airservices Australia is a government-owned organisation responsible for the safe and efficient management of 11% of the world’s airspace and provision of aviation rescue fire fighting services (ARFFS) at Australia’s busiest airports. Our people are our greatest asset with a dynamic and diverse team operating from locations across the country - from bustling cities to regional and remote locations, including an island. This team keep are helping to secure the future of Australia’s skies and keep it amongst the safest in the world. We connect people with their world safely – linking family and friends, generating economic activity, creating jobs, and facilitating trade and tourism. Airservices is committed to fostering a culture that is diverse, inclusive, and respectful. We encourage motivated individuals who love what they do, value a service first mindset and embrace a challenge to explore a career with Airservices. In return you will be a valued team member, be offered flexibility and experience a meaningful career in an exciting, ever-evolving aviation industry. The Role & The Team Supporting Project Managers, you will ensure projects are technically supported and delivered in line with approved engineering governance processes. Your initial focus will be to support a number of ARFFS Fire Station uplift projects as the lead engineering representative. Developing, engaging and maintaining good relationships with internal stakeholders across multiple areas including operations, safety, environment, and facilities, as well as external stakeholders such as client representatives, consultants and contractors is critical in this role. You will manage stakeholders in an environment of competing priorities and high volume of change. You will ensure to adhere to enterprise governance systems and policies, including finance, safety, environmental, WHS, risk and compliance. Our values reflect what is important to us and guide our daily interactions with our customers, community and each other. We want to connect talented people with one-of-a-kind opportunities and you will form an integral part of a dedicated team from a diverse range of backgrounds. Although we move fast we love sharing what we know, working as one and lifting others. The team embraces opportunities for growth, flexible work practices and inclusivity in the workplace. Please see the link below to view the full Position Description: PD - Project Technical Lead (501285).pdf The Person A sound understanding of and demonstrated experience applying Systems Engineering practices throughout the project lifecycle. Strong experience in stakeholder engagement and vendor management. A sound understanding of and demonstrated experience applying Systems Engineering practices. Proven capability to take charge of assignments and operate as a senior member within a dynamic team, capable of working autonomously to deliver positive results. Knowledge of risk management and its role in project delivery, along with experience in designing, maintaining, and supporting infrastructure systems. A degree in an infrastructure engineering discipline from an Australian tertiary institution or certified equivalent qualification (Highly desirable) At Airservices Australia, we embrace and thrive on diversity of thought, perspectives, and capabilities because we know the benefits of having a workforce that is representative of the community that we serve. We appreciate everyone is unique, and acknowledge diversity in thought leads to greater transparency and improved consideration in our decision making. We believe a diverse workforce supported by an inclusive culture is central to our success. We actively encourage and welcome candidates from all cultural backgrounds, gender identities, people living with disability and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to apply. Security Clearance To be eligible to apply, you must be an Australian Citizen or a Permanent resident as an Airservices Background check is required for this role. Please refer to the security check requirements successful applicants will be required to undertake as part of the recruitment process. Should you require any further information please contact Neethu Stephen – Talent Advisor via email neethuanna.stephenairservicesaustralia.com How to Apply To apply for this position please lodge an application online before Applications close 11.55 pm (AEST) Sunday 16 June 2024. • Wed, 05 JunAirservices
Accreditation and Strategic Projects Lead » Sydney, Sydney Region - The Opportunity The Faculty of Engineering has an opportunity for an Accreditation and Strategic Projects Lead that is based within the Academic Programs Team. This is a crucial role that will lead the faculty’s cyclical accreditation and reaccreditation Engineering programs. You will be responsible for strategic planning, project management, and coordinating with stakeholders across the faculty’s schools to prepare submissions and responses to mandatory requirements and recommendations. Working closely with the team, you will align and streamline the faculty’s academic program reviews with accreditation activities. As the Accreditation and Strategic Projects Lead, you will have responsibility for a range of faculty-level initiatives that form part of UNSW’s education strategy white paper, ‘A New Paradigm in UNSW Engineering Education’. This strategy is designed to drive and support continuous enhancement of the student education experience and outcomes, develop staff education capabilities, and position the Faculty of Engineering as an internationally recognised leader in engineering education. This role will involve strong collaboration across the faculty’s Education Portfolio, working closely with and providing strategic support to the Deputy Dean (Education), Associate Dean (Education), and providing advice around education innovation, student experience, WIL, short course teams, etc. This role reports to the Academic Programs Manager and has 1 direct report. Salary, Level 8: $118,883 to $133,948 per annum 17% superannuation Full time Continuing (Permanent) Location: Kensington – Sydney, Australia About UNSW UNSW isn’t like other places you’ve worked. Yes, we’re a large organisation with a diverse and talented community; a community doing extraordinary things. But what makes us different isn’t only what we do, it’s how we do it. Together, we are driven to be thoughtful, practical, and purposeful in all we do. If you want a career where you can thrive, be challenged, and do meaningful work, you’re in the right place. The Faculty of Engineering at UNSW is a national and international leader in engineering research and education and is the University’s premier research Faculty. It is the largest Engineering Faculty in Australia, graduating the largest number of engineers and with the largest research expenditure. Through excellence in fundamental and applied research the Faculty aims to be placed in the top 20 internationally by 2025. For more information about the Faculty of Engineering please refer to the Faculty website: https://www.unsw.edu.au/engineering/about-us Skills and Experience A relevant degree and extensive relevant experience in the implementation and management of projects in a complex organisation or an equivalent level of knowledge gained through any other combination of education, training and/or experience. A strong knowledge of the University sector including the wider academic environment, the engineering industry and associated trends, relevant partner organisations both domestically and internationally, and associated impacts on the educational experience. Demonstrated understanding of compliance requirements within Universities and Professional Bodies. Proven ability to work with initiative, both independently and collaboratively in a team-oriented environment, and to provide leadership in project delivery. Significant research, analysis and critical judgement skills, including the ability to synthesise large amounts of complex information, both qualitative and quantitative, and present in a succinct and professional manner. Excellent written communication skills, including demonstrated experience in the preparation of comprehensive and high-quality reports, correspondence and other forms of communication for internal and/or external distribution. Excellent interpersonal, negotiation and consultation skills, including the ability to build and sustain effective professional relationships, manage a diverse group of stakeholders, and guide and influence decision makers to ensure the timely delivery of outcomes. Excellent organisation and time management skills, with a demonstrated ability to respond to changing priorities, manage multiple tasks and meet competing deadlines. An understanding of and commitment to UNSW’s aims, objectives and values in action, together with relevant policies and guidelines. Knowledge of health & safety (psychosocial and physical) responsibilities and commitment to attending relevant health and safety training. Additional details about the specific responsibilities for this position can be found in the position description. This is available via JOBSUNSW. Benefits and Culture: UNSW offer a competitive salary and access to a plethora of UNSW-perks including:​ 17% Superannuation and leave loading​ Flexible working/Hybrid working ​ Additional 3 days of leave over the Christmas Period​ Access to lifelong learning and career development ​ More information on the great staff benefits and culture can be found here. To Apply: Please click the apply now button and submit your CV, Cover Letter and Responses to the Skills and Experience. You should systematically address the Skills and Experience listed within the position description in your application. Applicants must have working rights in Australia and be able to be on site in Kensington regularly. Please note applications will not be accepted if sent to the contact listed below. Contact: Eugene Aves – Talent Acquisition Consultant E: eugene.avesunsw.edu.au Applications close: 11:55 pm (Sydney time) on Tuesday 18 th June 2024 UNSW is committed to evolving a culture that embraces equity and supports a diverse and inclusive community where everyone can participate fairly, in a safe and respectful environment. We welcome candidates from all backgrounds and encourage applications from people of diverse gender, sexual orientation, cultural and linguistic backgrounds, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background, people with disability and those with caring and family responsibilities. UNSW provides workplace adjustments for people with disability, and access to flexible work options for eligible staff. The University reserves the right not to proceed with any appointment. • Wed, 05 JunUniversity of New South Wales
Associate Structural Engineer | Project Lead » Middle Park, Port Phillip - Looking for a promotion into an Associate role? Here's the opportunity. Seeking a competent and ambitious structural engineer to lead projects. Missing out on a promotion? Looking for a more senior role and a step into the next part of your career? Think Winward Structures, Irwin Consult, Wood & Grieve - remember those golden days of excellent, privately owned consulting firms? It's time to bring them back If you're driven and ambitious, let's talk. What's in it for me? Join a team with a gap at Associate level and bundles of opportunity to progress forward. A recognised brand, growing quickly in the civil and structural markets. Excellent projects both large and medium-sized - lots in education and healthcare as well as datacentres and some commercial work. A true multi-disciplinary environment - not a tier one multi-disciplinary consulting firm. The company You'll be part of a national team known for making a real impact, minus the corporate red tape. You'll play a pivotal role in high-level design, team leadership, project management, and mentorship, with the flexibility to lean into your strengths. The role Day to day, you'll bring your expert skills to the fore, delving into high-level design consulting, fee proposals and tendering, project management, and client engagement - setting and managing expectations with finesse. You know how to do your job - no need for more explanations here. What's needed from you: 8-15 years experience in a structural engineering role - consultancy side, in Melbourne. NER and RBP accreditation Vivacious and forward-thinking attitude Proven track record with a known Melbourne consulting firm To apply or to learn more Call Miriam Taylor on 0447 042 897 (text welcome) or email miriam.taylorsonda.com.au Miriam has recruited in the engineering sector for nearly 15 years in Victoria. She's well-known and well-regarded and will look after your job search with confidence and confidentiality. • Wed, 05 JunSonda Recruitment
Accreditation and Strategic Projects Lead » Sydney, NSW - The Opportunity The Faculty of Engineering has an opportunity for an Accreditation and Strategic Projects Lead... that is based within the Academic Programs Team. This is a crucial role that will lead the faculty's cyclical accreditation... • Tue, 04 JunUNSW Fitness and Aquatic Centre Management$118883 - 133948 per year
Outage Project Lead » Pinjar, WA - is evolving to become more sustainable. Role Summary: The Outage Project Lead is a newly created opportunity based... at our Pinjar site. Reporting to the Manager Pinjar & Regional Gas Generation, the Outage Project Lead works as an effective member... • Tue, 04 JunSynergy
Project Technical Lead » Queensland - . The Role & The Team Supporting Project Managers, you will ensure projects are technically supported and delivered in... uplift projects as the lead engineering representative. Developing, engaging and maintaining good relationships... • Tue, 04 JunAirservices$129000 per year
Project Lead, Field Support » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Your contribution: Lead the successful achievement of planned election project objectives, by taking responsibility for: identifying and communicating with members of their project team including subject matter experts tracking and reporting on project progress monitoring the project budget identifying and managing resources efficiently assessing and mitigating risks and escalating as required proactively managing communications with project stakeholders ensuring quality and on-time delivery managing procurement, contracts, and vendors (if applicable) maintaining project documentation and providing regular reports on progress to the Program Manager Meet regularly with the Program Manager and provide progress updates of other relevant matters, such as issues, risks or opportunities raised by other Project Leads. Proactively engage with other Project Leads to maintain awareness and sharing of relevant data and information. As required, provide quality assurance updates and reports to Election Delivery Board regarding their project based on time, quality, cost, and risks. As required and after consultation with the Program Manager, Chief Finance Officer (CFO) and HR, submit Project Change Requests if planned objectives are changing and/or it requires a change in resourcing. Manage the function designed to provide support, advice and expertise to dispersed electoral staff during all phases of the State General election in October 2024 from the ECQ's office at Waterfront Place, Brisbane. Supporting other election delivery projects as required. What we are looking for: The Queensland Public Service Leadership Competencies apply to all positions within the ECQ. This role is mapped to the Program Leader profile. Your capability for this role will be assessed against the following key competencies that relate to the above tasks: Leads strategically: Thinks critically and acts on the broader purpose of the system. Makes insightful decisions: Makes considered, ethical and courageous decisions based on insight into the broader context. Remains composed during high-stakes situations, supporting the team to recognise gaps in information and seek advice to enable a prompt and considered response. Builds enduring relationships: Builds and sustains relationships to enable to collaborative delivery of customer-focused outcomes. Drives accountability and outcomes: Demonstrates accountability for the execution and quality of results through professionalism, persistence and transparency. Demonstrates sound governance: Maintains a high standard of practice through governance and risk management. For more information, please refer to Leadership Competencies for Queensland.Applications to remain current for 12 months. • Tue, 04 JunQueensland Government
Project Lead (Central Postal Voting) » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Your Contribution - Lead the successful achievement of planned election project objectives, by taking responsibility for:o identifying and communicating with members of their project team including subject matter expertso tracking and reporting on project progresso monitoring the project budgeto identifying and managing resources efficientlyo assessing and mitigating risks and escalating as requiredo proactively managing communications with project stakeholderso ensuring quality and on-time deliveryo managing procurement, contracts, and vendors (if applicable)o maintaining project documentation and providing regular reports on progress to the Program Manager- Meet regularly with the Program Manager and provide progress updates of other relevant matters, such as issues, risks or opportunities raised by other Project Leads.- Proactively engage with other Project Leads to maintain awareness and sharing of relevant data and information.- As required, provide quality assurance updates and reports to Election Delivery Board regarding their project based on time, quality, cost, and risks.- As required and after consultation with the Program Manager, Chief Finance Officer (CFO) and HR, submit Project Change Requests if planned objectives are changing and/or it requires a change in resourcing.- The Project Lead will deliver the ECQ's Central Postal Voting function, ensuring the accurate and on-time processing of postal vote applications, and the production and despatch of postal ballots to electors at the October 2024 State General election.- Supporting other election delivery projects as required. What we are looking for The Queensland Public Service Leadership Competencies apply to all positions within the ECQ. This role is mapped to the Program Leader profile.Your capability for this role will be assessed against the following key competencies that relate to the above tasks: - Leads strategically: Thinks critically and acts on the broader purpose of the system.- Makes insightful decisions: Makes considered, ethical and courageous decisions based on insight into the broader context.- Builds enduring relationships: Builds and sustains relationships to enable to collaborative delivery of customer-focused outcomes.- Drives accountability and outcomes: Demonstrates accountability for the execution and quality of results through professionalism, persistence andtransparency.- Demonstrates sound governance: Maintains a high standard of practice through governance and risk management. For more information, please refer to Leadership Competencies for Queensland. Applications will remain current for 12 months. • Tue, 04 JunQueensland Government
Project Quality Lead » Australia - Europe - Project Quality Lead reports to the Senior Manager Quality Operations, with dotted line reporting to the project’s Production... would be an advantage; Experience as a Quality Lead on multidisciplinary (hardware, software and mechanical) engineering project(s); Lead... • Tue, 04 JunRheinmetall
Project Lead (Candidate Nominations) » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Full-time Occupational group Project Management Classification AO5 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/568837/24 Closing date 09-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Until 31 December 2024 Contact person Kim Beamish Contact details PH: (07) 3035 8118 Access the National Relay Service Your Contribution Lead the successful achievement of planned election project objectives, by taking responsibility for: o identifying and communicating with members of their project team including subject matter experts o tracking and reporting on project progress o monitoring the project budget o identifying and managing resources efficiently o assessing and mitigating risks and escalating as required o proactively managing communications with project stakeholders o ensuring quality and on-time delivery o managing procurement, contracts, and vendors (if applicable) o maintaining project documentation and providing regular reports on progress to the Program Manager o Proactively engage with other Project Leads within the same Program to maintain awareness and sharing of relevant data and information. Meet regularly with the Program Manager and provide progress updates of other relevant matters, such as issues, risks or opportunities raised by other Project Leads. As required, and in consultation with the Program Manager, engage with other Program Project Leads to maintain awareness and sharing of relevant data and information. As required, provide quality assurance updates and reports to Election Delivery Board via the Program Manager regarding their project based on time, quality, cost, and risks. As required and after consultation with the Program Manager, Chief Finance Officer (CFO) and HR, submit Project Change Requests if planned objectives are changing and/or it requires a change in resourcing. The Project Lead will be responsible for managing candidate nominations for the October 2024 State General election, with a strong focus on timeliness, and a commitment to quality outcomes. Professional liaison with Registered Political Parties and candidates is required. Supporting other election delivery projects as required. What we are looking for The Queensland Public Service Leadership Competencies apply to all positions within the ECQ. This role is mapped to the Program Leader profile. Your capability for this role will be assessed against the following key competencies that relate to the above tasks: Leads strategically: Thinks critically and acts on the broader purpose of the system. Makes insightful decisions: Makes considered, ethical and courageous decisions based on insight into the broader context. Builds enduring relationships: Builds and sustains relationships to enable to collaborative delivery of customer-focused outcomes. Drives accountability and outcomes: Demonstrates accountability for the execution and quality of results through professionalism, persistence and transparency. Demonstrates sound governance: Maintains a high standard of practice through governance and risk management. For more information, please refer to Leadership Competencies for Queensland. 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. 568837 24 - Role Description V2 (Word, 124KB) • Mon, 03 JunQueensland Government
Network Project Lead - APAC, Infra - DCPD » The Rocks, Sydney - DESCRIPTION We are looking to hire a highly motivated, best-in-class Network Project Lead to join our growing team within Networking. The team responsibilities will involve delivering new AWS APAC region deployments. The Network Project Lead will work closely with both internal customers, external vendors as well as coordinating regional resources to facilitate smooth project execution in association with Technical Program managers. Our ideal candidate is highly autonomous, very detail oriented, possesses strong written and verbal communication skills and has significant experience in supporting large scale, enterprise class networks. They will be highly competent in all aspects of installation and troubleshooting of networking hardware, software and fiber connectivity all combined with a proven project delivery methodology. This position will provide the individual with high levels of autonomous work with minimal supervision to drive the stability and sustainability of our next-generation networks and to assist in the delivery of new AWS region deployments. Network Project Leads are expected to work with established best practices to refine operational procedures, develop new tooling and constantly think proactively and innovatively. The desire and ability to work in a fast paced, ambiguous, collaborative environment is essential for success. In addition, the international travel for this role is expected to be up to 50%. Key job responsibilities Be prudent and be competent in all aspects of installation and troubleshooting of networking hardware, software and fiber connectivity all combined with a proven project delivery methodology; Follow agreed timelines as there are high levels of autonomous work where you will need to be comfortable working individually to ensure the stability and sustainability of AWS next-generation networks; Have the desire to work with established best practices to refine operational procedures, develop new tooling and always think about ways to improve the current process; Perform cabling, labelling, certification and patching of server positions to network equipment; Perform inventory of onsite tools and materials; Participate in the migration, basic configuration and roll-out of new or upgraded network hardware; Manage/Update work through ticketing system and workflows; Partner with multiple stakeholders to remove project's obstacles. Able to create plans to support project goals and lead the network/project team to perform efficiently. Complete customer requests via Web-based Ticketing system, troubleshooting using online tools, and reporting project status via multi-user portals Able to participate in migration, basic configuration and implementation of new or upgraded hardware with minimal supervision Collaboration with our Network Engineering & Network Technical Project Manager teams to ensure smooth implementation of network infrastructure and products. Collaborate with various stake holders to remove project obstacles Verifying the specification of equipment and ensuring that the data center environment is ready for implementation Deliver complex, sustainable and repeatable solutions and processes. We are open to hiring candidates to work out of one of the following locations: Sydney, NSW, AUS BASIC QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor of Science in Information Systems, Computer Science or Information Assurance, may be coupled with certifications to include CCNA, CCNP or JNCIA; or 3-5 years of mid-level and/or enterprise experience as a technician or engineer in a highly dynamic environment; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. TCP/IP networking knowledge. Broad understanding of infrastructure technologies. Knowledge of network cabling, optic types, and test equipment such as VFL, power meter, OTDR etc. Experience with cabling infrastructure best practices and methodologies. Familiarity with common networking terms. Manage work and priorities through ticketing system and workflow. Collaborate with various stake holders to remove project obstacles. Ability to travel within geographical work area is required. Up to 50% travel outside traditional work area will be required. Troubleshoot networking, routing and inter connectivity issues, including troubleshooting of network device configuration and low to mid-level application interaction. Troubleshoot cabling infrastructure connectivity issues, including patch panels and patch cords. Specify Power and Cooling requirements and ensuring Hardware Racking/Stacking completed for new equipment. Complete customer requests via Remedy trouble ticketing system. Participate in the migration, basic configuration and roll out of new or upgraded hardware. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Experience with medium to large, complex project scopes and ambiguous details within work environment. Excellent judgement and analytical skills, ability to prioritize tasks based on fluctuating needs. Strong understanding of major Command Line Protocols (Cisco IOS, JunOS, etc.) and common Networking Protocols (BGP, OSPF). Significant background in large scale data center network implementations and support. Several years of experience working in virtualized enterprise networking environments. Professional experience with IT best practice frameworks (ITIL, LEAN, AGILE) and Operational Excellence concepts or methodologies is a plus. Other Qualifications & Responsibilities: Experience dealing with customers during problem resolution and operating efficiently under pressure. Strong prioritization and time management ability. International travel (mainly throughout APAC) will be required at intervals. Acknowledgement of country: In the spirit of reconciliation Amazon acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today. IDE statement: Amazon is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. Amazon is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, age, or other legally protected attributes. • Sun, 02 JunAmazon.com, Inc.
Project Lead (Candidate Nominations) » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Your Contribution- Lead the successful achievement of planned election project objectives, by taking responsibility for:o identifying and communicating with members of their project team including subject matter expertso tracking and reporting on project progresso monitoring the project budgeto identifying and managing resources efficientlyo assessing and mitigating risks and escalating as requiredo proactively managing communications with project stakeholderso ensuring quality and on-time deliveryo managing procurement, contracts, and vendors (if applicable)o maintaining project documentation and providing regular reports on progress to the Program Managero Proactively engage with other Project Leads within the same Program to maintain awareness and sharing of relevant data and information.- Meet regularly with the Program Manager and provide progress updates of other relevant matters, such as issues, risks or opportunities raised by other Project Leads.- As required, and in consultation with the Program Manager, engage with other Program Project Leads to maintain awareness and sharing of relevant data and information.- As required, provide quality assurance updates and reports to Election Delivery Board via the Program Manager regarding their project based on time, quality, cost, and risks.- As required and after consultation with the Program Manager, Chief Finance Officer (CFO) and HR, submit Project Change Requests if planned objectives are changing and/or it requires a change in resourcing.- The Project Lead will be responsible for managing candidate nominations for the October 2024 State General election, with a strong focus on timeliness, and a commitment to quality outcomes. Professional liaison with Registered Political Parties and candidates is required.- Supporting other election delivery projects as required. What we are looking forThe Queensland Public Service Leadership Competencies apply to all positions within the ECQ. This role is mapped to the Program Leader profile. Your capability for this role will be assessed against the following key competencies that relate to the above tasks:- Leads strategically: Thinks critically and acts on the broader purpose of the system.- Makes insightful decisions: Makes considered, ethical and courageous decisions based on insight into the broader context.- Builds enduring relationships: Builds and sustains relationships to enable to collaborative delivery of customer-focused outcomes.- Drives accountability and outcomes: Demonstrates accountability for the execution and quality of results through professionalism, persistence and transparency.- Demonstrates sound governance: Maintains a high standard of practice through governance and risk management. For more information, please refer to Leadership Competencies for Queensland. Applications to remain current for 12 months. • Sat, 01 JunQueensland Government
Project Delivery Lead » Ivanhoe, Central Darling Area - About us: CitiPower, Powercor and United Energy own and operate the electricity distribution networks servicing 1.9 million customers located across 65% of Victoria. These customers include large number of households, as well as commercial and industrial businesses, world class arts, health and sporting precincts, popular tourism regions and the biggest infrastructure projects in Victoria. We provide reliable, safe and affordable electricity and our businesses are independently rated as the best in the country for their efficiency. Sustaining this is all the more critical and challenging as greater electrification of homes, fleets and industries becomes a core strategy for reducing carbon emissions and addressing climate change. About the Role: We are currently looking for an experienced Project Delivery Lead to join our team at the Mildura depot. The role will be responsible for the delivery of complex, high volume Customer Initiated Augmentation Works and acts as the centre point for meeting the needs of the customer and our business. What you'll deliver: Use high levels of negotiation, communication, and relationship-building to ensure the successful delivery of Customer Initiated Augmentation Works (CIAW) projects ensuring compliance with business and regulatory requirements Manage stakeholder expectations with a focus on reaching negotiable outcomes within a timely manner and ensuring network capacity, safety, environmental and commercial factors are all met Ensure complex customer project targets are achieved and any project risks are managed and corrective action is taken to address any project risks or overruns Ensure all contractors and contractor activities comply with legislative, regulatory and contractual obligations Be a point of contact to provide technical advice on projects to internal and external stakeholders Manage the preparation of project costings and segmentation of project work into specific project activities to comply with Network Customer Policy To succeed in this role you'll have: Certificate IV in ESI Power Systems/Associate Diploma of Electrical Engineering or equivalent tertiary qualification Electrical industry experience such as field experience or proven experience in complex electrical network extension projects Experience in applying project management or program management principles Knowledge and understanding of VESI design is highly desirable An ability to establish good working relationships with developers, architects, electrical contractors, builders and consultants Your career with us: We have a diversity of teams across our business, all contributing to great customer and community outcomes. Our people are our most important asset, and we continually invest in nurturing their capability. We proudly strive to provide a safe, inclusive and sustainable environment where all our people feel respected, valued and supported to bring their whole selves to work and be the best they can be. With an embedded Inclusion & Diversity Strategy and initiatives like our Women in Power networking group, and Sparkle, our LGBTIQ allies pride network, we're committed to equal opportunities for all employees. We are proud to be recognised as a WORK180 Endorsed Employer for all women. Click here for more information on how we create and support a diverse and equitable workplace. If you think you have what it takes, but don't necessarily check every box, or would like to discuss a different or flexible way of working, please still get in touch with us at careerspowercor.com.au. Please submit your application via our careers website by 12 June 2024. For the full Position Description, reach out to careerspowercor.com.au We encourage applications from all communities; people of all ages, nationalities, abilities and cultures, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, the LGBTQI community and people living with disability. • Sat, 01 JunCitiPower and Powercor
Senior Project Lead » Australia - Be an essential element to a brighter future. We work together to transform essential resources into critical ingredients for mobility, energy, connectivity and health. Join our values-led organization committed to building a more resilient world with people and planet in mind. Our core values are the foundation that make us successful for ourselves, our customers and the planet. The Senior Project Lead is a key member of the Site Capital Projects delivery team. This role presents a unique opportunity to participate in the execution of a portfolio of capital projects at Albemarle's Kemerton Plant, a world-class lithium hydroxide manufacturing facility. The Senior Project Lead will work in an open and inclusive environment closely with colleagues in manufacturing, process technology (PT), HSE, contracting & procurement, and other functional groups to deliver safe, cost-effective, and predictable projects that meet or exceed long-range plans for the Lithium Global Business Unit (GBU). Key Responsibilities Deliver critical project engineering activities in line with the company project excellency gated process, embracing Albemarle's Values (e.g., Care, Collaboration, Integrity & Transparency, etc.) Conduct all activities in a safe and efficient manner in accordance with Albemarle policies and procedures. Always, ensuring the welfare of personnel and the protection of assets and the environment. Collaborate with the leadership team and key stakeholders, fostering the appropriate due diligence during the front-end development phases of initiatives in the portfolio, ensuring the business opportunity is robust and the project economics are clear, and the necessary deliverables are compliant with Albemarle Project Process (APP). Assists Project Delivery Leads (Project Managers) site efforts to ensure proper monitoring, control, and reporting of all contractor activities. Takes necessary corrective actions to ensure the safe delivery of projects. Learn and develop in utilizing the APP framework on all assigned projects. Prepare and present the scope and the study results and recommendations as a part of the APP gate review process, managing delivery challenges as they arise or escalate when necessary. Lead a positive HSE culture and liaise with on-site execution teams to drive company expectations. Participate in investigations and development of corrective strategies and actions. Coordinates assigned internal and external (e.g., EPC Contractors) resources supporting project development and delivery. Collaborates with other site functions to ensure the best utilization of shared, site resources. Ensure that risks associated with the project scope are identified and appropriate mitigation measures are established, working collaboratively with all internal and external key stakeholders. Responsible for safe, cost-effective, and predictable project deliverables that meet or exceed commitments to the GBU. Actively participates or facilitates detailed design reviews, constructability reviews, and other value-improving practices (VIPs). Work Experience / Technical Skill Requirements 6 or more years of experience in project delivery, in a petrochemical plant or similar industrial environment Minimum of 3 years of brownfield execution experience, working as an Snr Project Engineer or construction representative in a petrochemical or industrial manufacturing environment with a progressive demonstration of experience on capital projects in all stages/phases. It is preferred that the experience is a mix of time in the office as well as time in a plant or manufacturing environment. Demonstrated ability to liaise effectively with the relevant stakeholders, exhibiting patience, flexibility, and adapting to changing circumstances with grace and elegance. Significant exposure working in the owner's team and/or large EPC organizations is highly regarded. Education / Qualification Requirements BS or MS in Engineering We are partners to one another in pioneering new ways to be better for ourselves, our teams, and our communities. When you join Albemarle, you become our most essential element and you can anticipate competitive compensation, a comprehensive benefits package, and resources that foster your well-being and fuel your personal growth. Help us shape the future, build with purpose and grow together. • Sat, 01 JunAlbemarle Corp
Project Lead » Sydney, Sydney Region - The Opportunity The Project Lead will lead a two-year workforce and employment initiative while also managing various disability workforce policy, stakeholder engagement, and communication activities. This role is pivotal in driving efforts to strengthen the disability workforce and support sector-wide development at all levels. Reporting directly to the NSW State Manager, the Project Lead will: Lead efforts to attract and retain the disability workforce, focusing on First Nations people, individuals with disabilities, and culturally and linguistically diverse groups. This includes developing strategies for supported and open employment and enhancing the inclusion of people with disabilities in service provider governance. Strengthen and promote the BuyAbility website, which helps identify and source Social Enterprises for government and private sectors. Work with local disability service providers, health, aged care sectors, and Local Councils to foster cross-sector collaboration. Contribute broadly across the organisation in writing news updates, preparing policy papers, facilitating workshops, and providing sector development support. The Project Lead will operate during a critical period of disability reform in Australia, offering a significant opportunity to impact disability service provision positively. This role, reporting to the NSW State Manager, requires strong subject matter expertise and excellent project management skills to deliver high-quality, timely, and budget-compliant outcomes. About You For this appointment, we are seeking a proactive, people-oriented professional with a proven track record in stakeholder management and advocacy, capable of delivering outcomes aligned with organisational strategic goals. The ideal candidate will be hands-on and experienced in the Disability sector or related fields such as Health, Aged Care, Social Services, other peak bodies, or government agencies. In addition, the successful candidate will have; Understanding of current challenges and opportunities in the Disability sector, particularly related to workforce issues. Ability to identify stakeholder needs and develop tailored solutions. Exceptional communication and interpersonal abilities. A proactive and self-driven personality with a resilient and adaptable nature. Demonstrated project management skills and ability to work across multiple facets. How to Apply For a further confidential discussion about the role, please contact Simon Wybenga on 0481 577 098 or via email at simonorchardtalent.com.au – or – Lainey Grant on (02) 9157 6223 or via email at laineyorchardtalent.com.au. • Sat, 01 JunOrchard
Project Development Lead » The Rocks, Sydney - Come and join a market leader in the high voltage electricity space. Exciting times ahead with big and interesting projects in the pipeline As the Project Development Lead you will Lead the development of projects within our clients prescribed, Customer, or Significant Project (projects complex in nature and/or of network significance) programs including state-significant infrastructure projects, asset replacement programs, substation augmentations, generator connections/modifications, contestable asset development, telecommunication system upgrades, transmission line modifications, and other 3rd party driven network modifications. You must be able to influence, negotiate, and drive positive outcomes during the development phase of projects to ensure projects are established that can be delivered to functional requirements safely, timely, on budget, and to the required quality standard. Some Key Accountabilities below: • Lead, develop, manage, and coordinate the portfolio of BAU, Lumea and Significant projects by undertaking sound project planning and management, including budget management and control • Develop projects to provide well-defined project parameters, including: - Option Feasibility Studies (OFS) / Order of magnitude - Detailed Scoping Reports - Cost estimates including detailed risk assessments - Detailed Design coordination • Manage risk, quality, resources, communications, procurement, cost control, and schedule control associated with the program of works. • Influence and lead project activities during the development phase to ensure all capital projects in the program progress on schedule, within budgets, and to desired quality. • Establish project budgets, forecasts, and schedules for all projects in the program. • Optimise the program of work to facilitate efficient delivery packages of work. • Identify risk implications, create controls to counter identified risks, and manage with affected stakeholders to mitigate the risk. • Coordinate the investigation and preparation of scope development including: - Control costs for delivering outputs. - Preparation of scoping studies that assess all stakeholder requirements. - Thorough briefings on project options and issues, with solutions identified. - Effective assessment of project feasibility. • Report on the performance of the works - Assess the effectiveness of feasibility reports and estimates with internal stakeholders to ensure delivery of required outcomes. You will Lead the project development with clear objectives and defined strategies whilst mentoring, coaching, and supporting the career development of team members. The ideal candidate will demonstrate strong technical leadership with capability to assess and balance safety, quality, financial and time constraints. If this role sounds like you and is in your wheelhouse get in touch and apply now you must be in Sydney with full work rights to be considered. • Fri, 31 Mayluvo
Project Lead » Westmead, NSW - Sydney, NSW - temporary full or part time vacancies. What you'll be doing This role is for a Project Lead to work within the Strategy... and Innovation Directorate of the Sydney Children's Hospitals Network, in the Program Management Office. As the Project Lead... • Fri, 31 MayNSW Health$122850 - 139559 per year
Lead Process Engineer - Capital Projects » Bendigo, VIC - defence standards – and set our people on rewarding career paths. As a Lead Engineer, you will assume responsibility... • Fri, 31 MayThales
Project Lead » Sydney, NSW - The Project Lead will lead a two-year workforce and employment initiative while also managing various disability..., the Project Lead will: Lead efforts to attract and retain the disability workforce, focusing on First Nations people... • Fri, 31 MayOrchard Talent Group
Network Project Lead - APAC, Infra - DCPD » Sydney, Sydney Region - Description We are looking to hire a highly motivated, best-in-class Network Project Lead to join our growing team within Networking. The team responsibilities will involve delivering new AWS APAC region deployments. The Network Project Lead will work closely with both internal customers, external vendors as well as coordinating regional resources to facilitate smooth project execution in association with Technical Program managers. Our ideal candidate is highly autonomous, very detail oriented, possesses strong written and verbal communication skills and has significant experience in supporting large scale, enterprise class networks. They will be highly competent in all aspects of installation and troubleshooting of networking hardware, software and fiber connectivity all combined with a proven project delivery methodology. This position will provide the individual with high levels of autonomous work with minimal supervision to drive the stability and sustainability of our next-generation networks and to assist in the delivery of new AWS region deployments. Network Project Leads are expected to work with established best practices to refine operational procedures, develop new tooling and constantly think proactively and innovatively. The desire and ability to work in a fast paced, ambiguous, collaborative environment is essential for success. In addition, the international travel for this role is expected to be up to 50%. Key job responsibilities - Be prudent and be competent in all aspects of installation and troubleshooting of networking hardware, software and fiber connectivity all combined with a proven project delivery methodology; - Follow agreed timelines as there are high levels of autonomous work where you will need to be comfortable working individually to ensure the stability and sustainability of AWS next-generation networks; - Have the desire to work with established best practices to refine operational procedures, develop new tooling and always think about ways to improve the current process; - Perform cabling, labelling, certification and patching of server positions to network equipment; - Perform inventory of onsite tools and materials; - Participate in the migration, basic configuration and roll-out of new or upgraded network hardware; - Manage/Update work through ticketing system and workflows; - Partner with multiple stakeholders to remove project's obstacles. - Able to create plans to support project goals and lead the network/project team to perform efficiently. - Complete customer requests via Web-based Ticketing system, troubleshooting using online tools, and reporting project status via multi-user portals - Able to participate in migration, basic configuration and implementation of new or upgraded hardware with minimal supervision - Collaboration with our Network Engineering & Network Technical Project Manager teams to ensure smooth implementation of network infrastructure and products. - Collaborate with various stake holders to remove project obstacles - Verifying the specification of equipment and ensuring that the data center environment is ready for implementation - Deliver complex, sustainable and repeatable solutions and processes. We are open to hiring candidates to work out of one of the following locations: Sydney, NSW, AUS Basic Qualifications Bachelor of Science in Information Systems, Computer Science or Information Assurance, may be coupled with certifications to include CCNA, CCNP or JNCIA; or 3-5 years of mid-level and/or enterprise experience as a technician or engineer in a highly dynamic environment; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. TCP/IP networking knowledge. Broad understanding of infrastructure technologies. Knowledge of network cabling, optic types, and test equipment such as VFL, power meter, OTDR etc. Experience with cabling infrastructure best practices and methodologies. Familiarity with common networking terms. Manage work and priorities through ticketing system and workflow. Collaborate with various stake holders to remove project obstacles. Ability to travel within geographical work area is required. Up to 50% travel outside traditional work area will be required. Troubleshoot networking, routing and inter connectivity issues, including troubleshooting of network device configuration and low to mid-level application interaction. Troubleshoot cabling infrastructure connectivity issues, including patch panels and patch cords. Specify Power and Cooling requirements and ensuring Hardware Racking/Stacking completed for new equipment. Complete customer requests via Remedy trouble ticketing system. Participate in the migration, basic configuration and roll out of new or upgraded hardware. Preferred Qualifications Experience with medium to large, complex project scopes and ambiguous details within work environment. Excellent judgement and analytical skills, ability to prioritize tasks based on fluctuating needs. Strong understanding of major Command Line Protocols (Cisco IOS, JunOS, etc.) and common Networking Protocols (BGP, OSPF). Significant background in large scale data center network implementations and support. Several years of experience working in virtualized enterprise networking environments. Professional experience with IT best practice frameworks (ITIL, LEAN, AGILE) and Operational Excellence concepts or methodologies is a plus. Other Qualifications & Responsibilities: Experience dealing with customers during problem resolution and operating efficiently under pressure. Strong prioritization and time management ability. International travel (mainly throughout APAC) will be required at intervals. Acknowledgement of country: In the spirit of reconciliation Amazon acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today. IDE statement: Amazon is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. Amazon is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, age, or other legally protected attributes. • Fri, 31 MayAmazon
Senior Project Lead » Wellesley, Harvey Area - REQ-25604 Be an essential element to a brighter future. We work together to transform essential resources into critical ingredients for mobility, energy, connectivity and health. Join our values-led organization committed to building a more resilient world with people and planet in mind. Our core values (https://www.albemarle.com/about/our-values) are the foundation that make us successful for ourselves, our customers and the planet. Job Description The Position The Senior Project Lead is a key member of the Site Capital Projects delivery team. This role presents a unique opportunity to participate in the execution of a portfolio of capital projects at Albemarle's Kemerton Plant, a world-class lithium hydroxide manufacturing facility. The Senior Project Lead will work in an open and inclusive environment closely with colleagues in manufacturing, process technology (PT), HSE, contracting & procurement, and other functional groups to deliver safe, cost-effective, and predictable projects that meet or exceed long-range plans for the Lithium Global Business Unit (GBU). Key Responsibilities - Deliver critical project engineering activities in line with the company project excellency gated process, embracing Albemarle's Values (e.g., Care, Collaboration, Integrity & Transparency, etc.) - Conduct all activities in a safe and efficient manner in accordance with Albemarle policies and procedures. Always, ensuring the welfare of personnel and the protection of assets and the environment. - Collaborate with the leadership team and key stakeholders, fostering the appropriate due diligence during the front-end development phases of initiatives in the portfolio, ensuring the business opportunity is robust and the project economics are clear, and the necessary deliverables are compliant with Albemarle Project Process (APP). - Assists Project Delivery Leads (Project Managers) site efforts to ensure proper monitoring, control, and reporting of all contractor activities. Takes necessary corrective actions to ensure the safe delivery of projects. - Learn and develop in utilizing the APP framework on all assigned projects. Prepare and present the scope and the study results and recommendations as a part of the APP gate review process, managing delivery challenges as they arise or escalate when necessary. - Lead a positive HSE culture and liaise with on-site execution teams to drive company expectations. Participate in investigations and development of corrective strategies and actions. - Coordinates assigned internal and external (e.g., EPC Contractors) resources supporting project development and delivery. Collaborates with other site functions to ensure the best utilization of shared, site resources. - Ensure that risks associated with the project scope are identified and appropriate mitigation measures are established, working collaboratively with all internal and external key stakeholders. - Responsible for safe, cost-effective, and predictable project deliverables that meet or exceed commitments to the GBU. - Actively participates or facilitates detailed design reviews, constructability reviews, and other value-improving practices (VIPs). Work Experience / Technical Skill Requirements - 6 or more years of experience in project delivery, in a petrochemical plant or similar industrial environment - Minimum of 3 years of brownfield execution experience, working as an Snr Project Engineer or construction representative in a petrochemical or industrial manufacturing environment with a progressive demonstration of experience on capital projects in all stages/phases. It is preferred that the experience is a mix of time in the office as well as time in a plant or manufacturing environment. - Demonstrated ability to liaise effectively with the relevant stakeholders, exhibiting patience, flexibility, and adapting to changing circumstances with grace and elegance. - Significant exposure working in the owner's team and/or large EPC organizations is highly regarded. Education / Qualification Requirements - BS or MS in Engineering We are partners to one another in pioneering new ways to be better for ourselves, our teams, and our communities. When you join Albemarle, you become our most essential element and you can anticipate competitive compensation, a comprehensive benefits package, and resources that foster your well-being and fuel your personal growth. Help us shape the future, build with purpose and grow together. • Fri, 31 MayALBEMARLE
Senior Project Lead » Wellesley, Harvey Area - REQ-25704 Be an essential element to a brighter future. We work together to transform essential resources into critical ingredients for mobility, energy, connectivity and health. Join our values-led organization committed to building a more resilient world with people and planet in mind. Our core values (https://www.albemarle.com/about/our-values) are the foundation that make us successful for ourselves, our customers and the planet. Job Description The Senior Project Lead is a key member of the Site Capital Projects delivery team. This role presents a unique opportunity to participate in the execution of a portfolio of capital projects at Albemarle's Kemerton Plant, a world-class lithium hydroxide manufacturing facility. The Senior Project Lead will work in an open and inclusive environment closely with colleagues in manufacturing, process technology (PT), HSE, contracting & procurement, and other functional groups to deliver safe, cost-effective, and predictable projects that meet or exceed long-range plans for the Lithium Global Business Unit (GBU). Key Responsibilities - Deliver critical project engineering activities in line with the company project excellency gated process, embracing Albemarle's Values (e.g., Care, Collaboration, Integrity & Transparency, etc.) - Conduct all activities in a safe and efficient manner in accordance with Albemarle policies and procedures. Always, ensuring the welfare of personnel and the protection of assets and the environment. - Collaborate with the leadership team and key stakeholders, fostering the appropriate due diligence during the front-end development phases of initiatives in the portfolio, ensuring the business opportunity is robust and the project economics are clear, and the necessary deliverables are compliant with Albemarle Project Process (APP). - Assists Project Delivery Leads (Project Managers) site efforts to ensure proper monitoring, control, and reporting of all contractor activities. Takes necessary corrective actions to ensure the safe delivery of projects. - Learn and develop in utilizing the APP framework on all assigned projects. Prepare and present the scope and the study results and recommendations as a part of the APP gate review process, managing delivery challenges as they arise or escalate when necessary. - Lead a positive HSE culture and liaise with on-site execution teams to drive company expectations. Participate in investigations and development of corrective strategies and actions. - Coordinates assigned internal and external (e.g., EPC Contractors) resources supporting project development and delivery. Collaborates with other site functions to ensure the best utilization of shared, site resources. - Ensure that risks associated with the project scope are identified and appropriate mitigation measures are established, working collaboratively with all internal and external key stakeholders. - Responsible for safe, cost-effective, and predictable project deliverables that meet or exceed commitments to the GBU. - Actively participates or facilitates detailed design reviews, constructability reviews, and other value-improving practices (VIPs). Work Experience / Technical Skill Requirements - 6 or more years of experience in project delivery, in a petrochemical plant or similar industrial environment - Minimum of 3 years of brownfield execution experience, working as an Snr Project Engineer or construction representative in a petrochemical or industrial manufacturing environment with a progressive demonstration of experience on capital projects in all stages/phases. It is preferred that the experience is a mix of time in the office as well as time in a plant or manufacturing environment. - Demonstrated ability to liaise effectively with the relevant stakeholders, exhibiting patience, flexibility, and adapting to changing circumstances with grace and elegance. - Significant exposure working in the owner's team and/or large EPC organizations is highly regarded. Education / Qualification Requirements - BS or MS in Engineering We are partners to one another in pioneering new ways to be better for ourselves, our teams, and our communities. When you join Albemarle, you become our most essential element and you can anticipate competitive compensation, a comprehensive benefits package, and resources that foster your well-being and fuel your personal growth. Help us shape the future, build with purpose and grow together. • Fri, 31 MayALBEMARLE
Project Lead - Services Readiness » Australia - At Alstom, we understand transport networks and what moves people. From high-speed trains, metros, monorails, and trams, to turnkey systems, services, infrastructure, signalling and digital mobility, we offer our diverse customers the broadest portfolio in the industry. Every day, 80,000 colleagues lead the way to greener and smarter mobility worldwide, connecting cities as we reduce carbon and replace cars. Your future role Take on a new challenge and apply your technical expertise in a new cutting-edge field. You'll report to the Project Director, and be based at our QNGR maintenance facility in Wulkuraka, QLD. As our Integrated Services Readiness (ISR) Project Lead, you'll play a critical role in leading the coordination and integration of Rolling Stock modification projects into the Maintenance team's operations. We'll look to you for: Leading the development and implementation of the ISR management plan. Managing the planning, cost and quality for the ISR management plan delivery. Coordinating and interfacing between Engineering, Operations and other internal/external stakeholders. Preparing the maintenance depot to be able to facilitate the changes after Train modification works. Coordinating the updating of maintenance manuals to incorporate the modifications. All about you We value passion and attitude over experience. That's why we don't expect you to have every single skill. Instead, we've listed some that we think will help you succeed and grow in this role: Excellent communication and stakeholder engagement/management skills. The ability to solve complex problems in a fast paced environment. The demonstrated ability to proactively drive project outcomes. Experience in a similar role within a maintenance operations environment. Relevant Trade and/or Engineering qualifications. Things you'll enjoy Join us on a life-long transformative journey - the rail industry is here to stay, so you can grow and develop new skills and experiences throughout your career. You'll also: Play a critical role in supporting the safe operation of trains for QLD. Have the opportunity to develop your career in global industry leader. Receive 18 weeks paid parental leave. Have access to a free corporate gym membership. Receive free salary continuity insurance. Be eligible for additonal leave days. Have free access to Alstom University (1000's of courses and learning material). You don't need to be a train enthusiast to thrive with us. We guarantee that when you step onto one of our trains with your friends or family, you'll be proud. If you're up for the challenge, we'd love to hear from you Important to note As a global business, we're an equal-opportunity employer that celebrates diversity across the 70 countries we operate in. We're committed to creating an inclusive workplace for everyone. An agile, inclusive and responsible culture is the foundation of our company where diverse people are offered excellent opportunities to grow, learn and advance in their careers. We are committed to encouraging our employees to reach their full potential, while valuing and respecting them as individuals. We are an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourage women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, people with disability and other minority groups to apply. We recognise that embracing flexibility & inclusivity is the smarter way of working. Please speak with us about your individual needs or if any workplace adjustments are required. If you require any adjustments to the recruitment process please email: hr.accessibilityalstomgroup.com. For internal applicants, please ensure you confirm your eligibility to apply with your Supervisor and relevant Human Resources representative prior to submitting an application. As part of the application process, you will be required to undergo pre-employment reference and medical checks, including drug and alcohol testing. • Fri, 31 MayAlstom
Lead Project Development Engineer - Hydrogen » Queensland - Sydney, NSW - future. Due to their recent success, they are looking for a Lead Development Project Engineer to drive one of the... while also contributing to our solar and energy storage projects. Core Responsibilities Include: Development of project conceptual design... • Thu, 30 MayCapstone Recruitment$200000 - 230000 per year
Project Lead (Control Systems) » Brisbane, QLD - Project Lead (Control Systems) Listed 30/5/24 Mining Contract or Temp Brisbane Here at Concentis... within a mining context. As the Project Lead, you will oversee the project's budget, schedule, and resources, plan activities... • Thu, 30 MayConcentis
Network Project Lead - APAC, Infra - DCPD » Sydney, NSW - DESCRIPTION We are looking to hire a highly motivated, best-in-class Network Project Lead to join our growing team... within Networking. The team responsibilities will involve delivering new AWS APAC region deployments. The Network Project Lead will work... • Thu, 30 MayAmazon
Projects & RFID Lead » Australia - Who are We? We are an inclusive team who power two of the most iconic and loved brands, Kmart and Target. We have more than 50,000 passionate individuals across our stores, distribution centres, and offices around the globe. With our brands touching the lives of almost two million customers every week, you’ll feel the impact of the work you’ll do every day. Join our team in our unwavering promise to make everyday living brighter by providing great value products at the best prices for Australian and New Zealand families. As a leader in the retail market, we’re optimistic about our future and yours. We’re changing at a rapid rate, giving you challenging work that you’ll be proud of. What will you do? The Kmart Group has an exiting opportunity for a Projects & RFID Lead within our Profit Protection team. As a Project & RFID Lead you will be responsible for identifying and managing shrinkage reduction-related projects across the Kmart & Target businesses, ensuring that they are completed on time, within budget, with proven shrinkage reduction results, and to the satisfaction of our customers. Additionally, you will be collaborating with product owners on the RFID (radio-frequency identification) program and will be responsible for ensuring that we are using the latest technology to improve inventory management and using the data to identify additional initiatives to reduce shrinkage. Responsibilities: Lead and manage shrinkage reduction projects across our retail stores from initiation to completion. Identify areas of improvement and implement solutions. Develop and maintain project schedules, budgets, and resource plans. Manage project risks and issues and provide timely status updates to stakeholders. Develop and manage comprehensive shrink programs enabled by RFID platforms across our retail stores. Monitor system performance and identify areas of improvement. Develop ROI analysis for projects and RFID leveraged initiatives. Deliver innovative approaches to shrink reduction leveraging the RFID platform. Engage with the wider shrink team to leverage data and insights to inform shrink reduction strategies. What are we looking for? 5 years of experience in project management within the retail or technology industry. Ability to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment. Experience with RFID technology and inventory management systems. Strong understanding of Agile project management methodology. Excellent data analytical and problem solving skills. Proven experience working within large business transformational roles. Bachelor's degree in business, computer science, engineering, or a related field. What will you get? Flexible hybrid working options through our Flex Where, Flex When, Flex Well policy, spending 60% of your week in our National Office A team member discount card that gives you a discount at Kmart, Target, Bunnings, and Officeworks A free OnePass membership offering free delivery across Kmart, Target & Catch on eligible products Access to the Kmart for You benefits program which entitles you to exclusive discounts and benefits in the areas of entertainment, travel, lifestyle, and health – with over 60 suppliers We want you to feel rewarded for your commitment and hard work that's why everyone gets the opportunity to participate in a bonus program Free onsite parking when you’re required to come into the office We offer inclusive parental leave, a family room and ongoing support offered though our partnership with Circle In for team members of all backgrounds and family circumstances A dynamic learning and support program Opportunity to fast track your career through our Mentor Program as a Mentee or Mentor In-house café that serves breakfast, lunch and includes a collaborative space to work in A reflection room that can be used for prayer, meditation, or time for you A Kudos recognition program, where you are nominated by your peers to spin a wheel, to win a stack of cool prizes Regular product sample sales with loads of discounted items to purchase Wesfarmers is Kmart’s parent company and each year eligible employees can elect to purchase shares through a salary sacrifice arrangement Great career opportunities across the broader Wesfarmers Group We are a 2024 Circle Back Initiative Employer – we commit to respond to every applicant. We don’t just look for people based on their skills and experience, our people work together and champion the Target values and behaviours. We are a business where our values and people matter, and we need like-minded people to join us Target values diversity and we pride ourselves on representing the diverse and multicultural communities of which we are a part. Agencies will only be engaged if required. Please do not contact us or send applicants to us unless requested to by the Talent Acquisition Team. • Thu, 30 MayTarget
Special Project Lead » Melbourne, VIC - national fibre network into residential buildings and other internal fibre infrastructure projects. Fibre Project Lead... tactical and strategic business initiatives of TPG, with the help of a team of fibre project managers. Responsibilities... • Tue, 28 MayTPG Telecom
Project Digital Engineering Lead (Water) » Adelaide, SA - it the best work of your life. Project Digital Engineering Lead (Water Infrastructure) Our Water team promotes...What if you could shape the career of a lifetime and be involved in a transformative project in Adelaide... • Tue, 28 MayWSP
Project Lead - Services Readiness » Wulkuraka, QLD - Wulkuraka, QLD. As our Integrated Services Readiness (ISR) Project Lead, you'll play a critical role in leading the coordination... portfolio in the industry. Every day, 80,000 colleagues lead the way to greener and smarter mobility worldwide, connecting... • Tue, 28 MayAlstom
Project Lead - Services Readiness » Wulkuraka, QLD - Wulkuraka, QLD. As our Integrated Services Readiness (ISR) Project Lead, you'll play a critical role in leading the coordination... portfolio in the industry. Every day, 80,000 colleagues lead the way to greener and smarter mobility worldwide, connecting... • Tue, 28 MayAlstom
Project Lead Co-ordinator » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Who we are In Melbourne, water is essential to our way of life. As caretakers for Melbourne's water cycle, we care for water, life and land throughout Melbourne: both its people and its biodiversity. Each time you drink from the tap, flush a toilet, run through a backyard sprinkler, or kayak down the Yarra-we're there. Primed and ready, quietly delivering some of the world's cleanest water for over five million residents and wildlife that call Melbourne home -just as we have for over 130 years. If you value making it count, diving in with curiosity, and doing what's right, you're in the right place. About the Role Reporting to Senior Manager - People Systems, Insights & Payroll, this is a pivotal role within the People Systems team. As the Project Lead Coordinator, you will be responsible for providing assistance to the People & Transformation Team, Security & HRIS Project Teams, and lead key projects and activities associated with the implementation of Melbourne Water's HRIS Framework. Assist in the implementation of the HRIS and Security Management Framework that support the achievement of our organisational People and Transformation objectives and meet obligated requirements and stakeholder expectations. About you: Proven capacity to research and develop innovative solutions to complex problems. Resilience and the ability to deliver outcomes in ambiguous and complex environments. Ability to communicate effectively with senior management and project stakeholders, e.g. procurement and legal, on business change. Prior project experience across HRIS / Payroll transformation or upgrades including ownership of project governance responsibilities. Strong project scheduling skills and a high level of attention to detail to deliver quality results within tight timeframes. Prior experience working on projects related to the Security of Critical Infrastructure Act 2018. Superior MS Project and Excel skills and experience in preparing timely, clear and concise briefings and reports. For more information, please see attached MW 2086 Position Description - Project Lead Coordinator.pdf Why join us: At Melbourne Water, we care about water and all life that springs from it. Our people are fuelled by passion, and with safety at the forefront, we have an unwavering sense of purpose, and are on a mission to protect every Melburnian's way of life, one drop at a time. We walk the talk when it comes to flexible working - but that's not all. Our culture of purpose, safety, results, and learning permeates everything we do. We're dedicated to doing what's right, and this commitment extends to the meaningful work we do in a supportive and inclusive culture that encourages you to make the most of your talents. Our long-standing commitment to Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging means that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, LGBTIQ individuals, people living with disability, mature age and young jobseekers from all cultures can apply with confidence knowing they are safe, affirmed, and celebrated. If you're curious, action-orientated, outcomes-focused, and care deeply for public resources, community, and the environment, we'd love to receive an application and learn if you could be a great fit. How to Apply Click the 'Apply Now' button below and complete our online application form. Closing date: Sunday 23rd June 2024 at 11:55pm AEST • Tue, 28 MayMelbourne Water
Senior Civil Engineer | Project Lead » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Ambitious? Here's the role for you - a paved pathway to leadership in brownfield civil engineering. Love complex work? Let's begin. Why this role? In summary - the progression pathway here is phenomenal. For reasons I can talk through on the phone, there is opportunity to start as a Senior Design Engineer, perhaps a Project Engineer, and move into more of an Associate engineering role, with potential leadership and management opportunity in the short-mid term. The changes and development would be fully supported. You'd feel secure and part of a team as you progress. Technical understanding will be key even into the senior stages and beyond. This will always be a priority. Why else? - Youthful working environment - upbeat, modern decision-making and leadership. - Well respected mentors - recognised in the civil and structural engineering industry - improves your opportunity for greatness. - Open door policy regards your work - have a question? Ask anyone, it's a meritocracy here. - Really cool office space - You're welcome to bring your canine friend - Watch how a consulting engineering business is successfully run. Be part of key decisions, part of a growing culture and be part of an Australian presence. Details 8:30am - 5:30pm work day Office based work favoured. Some flexibility. Melbourne CBD offices. Civil3D Environment Diverse mixture of current staff - you're welcome as you are, your differences will be celebrated. Brownfield civil engineering projects: schools, waste recycling facilities, council road upgrades, daycare settings, commercial builds, hospitals and healthcare, sports facilities, wineries and other recreational builds. What's needed: You'll need an engineering degree for this role, 5-10 years' civil engineering experience with plenty of that in Melbourne. You'll also need experience designing in Civil3D. You'll also need some Get Up And Go and you'll be most successful if you're happy in front of a client, or, have potential to think you will be. If you're current working with one of the Melbourne based structures businesses, you've overlooked, you haven't had the opportunity you have wanted, you're lacking progress feel free to call me to discuss. For more information 0447 042 897 - call or text Miriam Taylor miriam.taylorsonda.com.au is best for afterhours or when you don't have fifteen minutes for an immediate phone conversation. This is worth enquiring about. It could change yor career trajectory. • Tue, 28 MaySonda Recruitment
Human Resources Project Lead » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Human Resources Project Lead Human Resources Permanent Full Time Brisbane 23/5/2024 The world's biggest challenge needs you, here. Big challenges require big solutions. And the transition to a net-zero world is about as big as it gets. Working at Shell Energy - one of Australia's leading energy retailers - puts you at the heart of that endeavour. Lead the change, from the frontline Based in Brisbane, the Human Resources Project Lead is a valued member of the Shell Energy, Human Resources team and is responsible for the delivery of impactful HR Projects across the business from concept to completion. In this delivery-focused role you will develop and implement project plans including timelines, budgets and resource allocation. You will work in partnership with HR Business Partners to define scope and deliverables and to drive projects to completion. With respect, integrity and honesty, you will be responsible for the following: HRIS Implementation Work collaboratively with the HRIS implementation team to coordination and drive HR involvement and outcomes. Support the delivery of ongoing HRIS improvement projects. Organisational Design & Change Management Support review of Organisational design and health across the business Lead position and org design activities, crafting impactful job roles aligned with strategic goals Provide change management framework support to help guide teams through transitions Capability Development & Alignment Create assessment frameworks to identify skill gaps and learning needs across the different BUs Create the framework for and drive implementation of individual development plans across the business Support the design of effective learning and capability development programs Liaise with Shell L&D and SEAu SMEs to develop key learning and development programs, utilising key Shell material & resources where possible. Collaborate with SMEs and internal stakeholders to ensure the effectiveness and relevance of learning material. Drive mandatory E&C training across the business. People Value Proposition Work collaboratively with Marketing & Internal Comms to create initiatives to further embed and leverage our PVP throughout the employee lifecycle. Development of Performance Culture initiatives. What you'll bring Here's what you'll need to thrive in this role: Proven project management and change management skills with the ability to handle multiple priorities and deliver against project plans in a busy, deadline driven environment; Proven experience working in a HR Business Partner or similar role, ideally within a complex organisation with a high-performance culture; Extensive understanding of organisational development, employee engagement, talent management, change management and cultural transformation; Comprehensive knowledge of HR best practice and employment law; Analytical and experienced with HR metrics with excellent proficiency in HR systems; Ability to analyse complex situations and provide strategic HR solutions; Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal; Exceptional stakeholder management skills with the ability to rapidly build effective working relationships; Highly adaptable to change with a learner mindset; Bachelors degree in HR, Business Administration, related field or equivalent work experience; and Willingness to travel interstate as necessary. Why join our team Every day, our people bring deep expertise, true innovation and investment to help our customers - and the world - reduce their environmental footprint. You can be part of that change. Here are the top reasons why our people choose us: Purpose that you can see. As the Human Resources Project Lead, you'll have the best shot at energising a better future, one customer at a time. Work that's interesting, innovative and high impact. We hope you'll love the challenge and opportunity to achieve - for our customers and for you. People who bring the expertise and drive to succeed. Our Human Resources team is respectful, inclusive, and supports connection and collaboration. We think you'll love it here too. Some of our benefits include: Competitive remuneration packages, including an attractive incentivised bonus program. Generous paid parental leave options that give team members more time to enjoy what matters most. Flexible working arrangements, with modern workplaces and technologies that support new, hybrid ways of working. An Employee Assistance Program for you and your family when you need it. Visit our careers site to find out more. https://shellenergy.com.au/about-us/careers/job-vacancies/ Read the stories of our incredible people. https://shellenergy.com.au/about-us/our-people/ Join us. Together, we can make the difference count. Shell Energy is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values the diversity of its people. We do not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, religion, colour, national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability. • Mon, 27 MayErm Power
Project Lead Co-ordinator » Docklands, Melbourne - Who we are In Melbourne, water is essential to our way of life. As caretakers for Melbourne’s water cycle, we care for water, life and land throughout Melbourne: both its people and its biodiversity. Each time you drink from the tap, flush a toilet, run through a backyard sprinkler, or kayak down the Yarra—we’re there. Primed and ready, quietly delivering some of the world’s cleanest water for over five million residents and wildlife that call Melbourne home —just as we have for over 130 years. If you value making it count, diving in with curiosity, and doing what’s right, you're in the right place. About the Role Reporting to Senior Manager – People Systems, Insights & Payroll, this is a pivotal role within the People Systems team. As the Project Lead Coordinator, you will be responsible for providing assistance to the People & Transformation Team, Security & HRIS Project Teams, and lead key projects and activities associated with the implementation of Melbourne Water’s HRIS Framework. Assist in the implementation of the HRIS and Security Management Framework that support the achievement of our organisational People and Transformation objectives and meet obligated requirements and stakeholder expectations. About you: Proven capacity to research and develop innovative solutions to complex problems. Resilience and the ability to deliver outcomes in ambiguous and complex environments. Ability to communicate effectively with senior management and project stakeholders, e.g. procurement and legal, on business change. Prior project experience across HRIS / Payroll transformation or upgrades including ownership of project governance responsibilities. Strong project scheduling skills and a high level of attention to detail to deliver quality results within tight timeframes. Prior experience working on projects related to the Security of Critical Infrastructure Act 2018. Superior MS Project and Excel skills and experience in preparing timely, clear and concise briefings and reports. For more information, please see attached MW 2086 Position Description - Project Lead Coordinator.pdf Why join us: At Melbourne Water, we care about water and all life that springs from it. Our people are fuelled by passion, and with safety at the forefront, we have an unwavering sense of purpose, and are on a mission to protect every Melburnian’s way of life, one drop at a time. We walk the talk when it comes to flexible working – but that’s not all. Our culture of purpose, safety, results, and learning permeates everything we do. We're dedicated to doing what's right, and this commitment extends to the meaningful work we do in a supportive and inclusive culture that encourages you to make the most of your talents. Our long-standing commitment to Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging means that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, LGBTIQ individuals, people living with disability, mature age and young jobseekers from all cultures can apply with confidence knowing they are safe, affirmed, and celebrated. If you’re curious, action-orientated, outcomes-focused, and care deeply for public resources, community, and the environment, we'd love to receive an application and learn if you could be a great fit. How to Apply Click the 'Apply Now' button below and complete our online application form. Closing date: Sunday 23 rd June 2024 at 11:55pm AEST • Sat, 25 MayMelbourne Water
Forensic Clinical Project Lead » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Impact the development of world leading forensic practice and clinical staff with your specialist skills. Great opportunity to join Forensic Intervention Services Make a positive difference in keeping our community safe Attractive salary between $106,534 - $128,897 superannuation Exciting opportunity to join Forensic Intervention Services as a Forensic Clinical Projects Lead, Clinical Projects, on an ongoing (full or part time) basis. What does Forensic Intervention Services do? We are leaders in forensic intervention services, enabling meaningful behaviour change in offenders (service users) and contributing to a justice and community safety system that works together to build a safer, fairer and stronger Victoria. As a division of Corrections Victoria, Forensic Intervention Services is a specialist program area that provides service users in custody and in the community with evidence-based screening, assessment, and offence-specific intervention services to support their rehabilitation. In doing so, Forensic Intervention Services is a critical component of the department's strategy to reduce reoffending and contribute to community safety. What will the Forensic Clinical Project Lead do? The Service Development area provides oversight, monitoring, and reform of service delivery across the state, including across both prisons and community corrections. The Service Development area has responsibility for the management and maintenance of the technological systems that support service delivery and continuous improvement. The Clinical Projects Lead is responsible for providing leadership, consultation, and expertise in the planning and delivery of clinical projects delivered by the team, including significant involvement in coordinating clinical placement and internship processes. They will also provide high quality supervision to clinical staff, and establishing and maintaining effective consultation processes with internal and external stakeholders to aid the delivery and management of clinical projects. What skills should the Forensic Clinical Project Lead have? As our ideal candidate, you will have demonstrated experience in contributing to the development of knowledge and innovation of forensic best practice and/or research and evaluation practices; demonstrated experience in clinically supervising and leading staff in multidisciplinary teams, and significant experience in and knowledge of, assessment, individual, and group treatment and behaviour intervention treatment models. You will possess an understanding and awareness of the key issues impacting Corrections Victoria, particularly within the area of program and services for prisoners and offenders, and a demonstrated understanding of relevant frameworks for offender rehabilitation. What's in it for you? Our people tell us our "work is extraordinary and complex, bringing intellectual challenge, self-analysis, purpose, a sense of achievement and altruism, and an array of interesting, dedicated colleagues into my life.” You will be working for the Department of Justice and Community Safety, which is one arm of the Victorian State Government, a recognised top employer of choice nationally. All our staff work to the vision of a safe, just, innovative and thriving Victoria. There are many advantages in working for the department, including: Job stability - Ongoing position as a member of the Victorian Public Service (VPS) A fair salary– enjoy great work conditions and salary sacrificing options. Transparent performance framework– approach your work with confidence in how you're tracking, working to professional development plans agreed on by you and your manager. Generous leave entitlements– provisions for many forms of leave; including personal, parental, carers, study, cultural, compassionate, and sick leave. Employee Assistance Program support– you are encouraged to use this short-term, confidential counselling service if you're experiencing emotional stress, relationship problems, conflict with others or personal issues. It is also available for financial counselling and retirement planning. To learn more about the type of skills you will need to thrive in this role, please read the position description. If you have any queries, please call Dr Julia Chan on 0477 162 185 or email julia.chanjustice.vic.gov.au. We want to make sure all Victorians feel represented by the department's work. One of the ways do this is by recruiting a diverse workforce – we welcome people of any gender, age, religion, sexual orientation, disability, and cultural background. We are also committed to the Victorian Government's promise to increase the number of veterans working in the public sector. We're proud of our individual differences. We're proud of the many languages we speak and the stories we can share with each other. We hope you will share your story too. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply. The Department of Justice and Community Safety is continually working towards increasing our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (Aboriginal) workforce. The Aboriginal Employment Team aims to attract, recruit and retain Aboriginal staff across all our roles. This support includes a culturally appropriate attraction and recruitment process. To learn more, email aboriginal.employmentjustice.vic.gov.au If this sounds like a compelling job that you believe your skills would be a great match for, please APPLY NOW. Applications close 30 June 2024. How to Apply Please click the Apply button on this advertisement. Applications should include a resume and covering letter. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats. The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include national police checks and misconduct screening. If you require adjustments to the recruitment and selection process, or require an alternative format to any of the application material, please don't hesitate to get in touch with the contact person listed on this ad. FOR INTERNAL VPS EMPLOYEES: For this particular vacancy, priority consideration applies to Victorian Public Service (VPS) and select employees of the Victorian Public Sector who apply through the Jobs Skills Exchange (JSE) jobs board platform. For all VPS employees, due to the new Jobs Skills Exchange (JSE) policy, please apply through the JSE to be eligible to be considered for this position in the first round. IMPORTANT INFORMATION CHILD SAFE STATEMENT OF COMMITMENT The Department of Justice and Community Safety is committed to the safety and wellbeing of children and young people. We seek to prevent harm of any kind impacting children and young people and have zero tolerance for racism, child abuse and inequality. Children and young people's rights, relationships, identity, and culture must be recognised and respected, their voices heard, and their concerns acted upon. We aim to foster a culturally safe, child safe and child friendly environment for all children and young people we have contact with, deliver services to, or are impacted by our work. • Sat, 25 MayCorrections Victoria
Senior Project Lead » Australia - Be an essential element to a brighter future. We work together to transform essential resources into critical ingredients for mobility, energy, connectivity and health. Join our values-led organization committed to building a more resilient world with people and planet in mind. Our core values are the foundation that make us successful for ourselves, our customers and the planet. The Position The Senior Project Lead is a key member of the Site Capital Projects delivery team. This role presents a unique opportunity to participate in the execution of a portfolio of capital projects at Albemarle's Kemerton Plant, a world-class lithium hydroxide manufacturing facility. The Senior Project Lead will work in an open and inclusive environment closely with colleagues in manufacturing, process technology (PT), HSE, contracting & procurement, and other functional groups to deliver safe, cost-effective, and predictable projects that meet or exceed long-range plans for the Lithium Global Business Unit (GBU). Key Responsibilities Deliver critical project engineering activities in line with the company project excellency gated process, embracing Albemarle's Values (e.g., Care, Collaboration, Integrity & Transparency, etc.) Conduct all activities in a safe and efficient manner in accordance with Albemarle policies and procedures. Always, ensuring the welfare of personnel and the protection of assets and the environment. Collaborate with the leadership team and key stakeholders, fostering the appropriate due diligence during the front-end development phases of initiatives in the portfolio, ensuring the business opportunity is robust and the project economics are clear, and the necessary deliverables are compliant with Albemarle Project Process (APP). Assists Project Delivery Leads (Project Managers) site efforts to ensure proper monitoring, control, and reporting of all contractor activities. Takes necessary corrective actions to ensure the safe delivery of projects. Learn and develop in utilizing the APP framework on all assigned projects. Prepare and present the scope and the study results and recommendations as a part of the APP gate review process, managing delivery challenges as they arise or escalate when necessary. Lead a positive HSE culture and liaise with on-site execution teams to drive company expectations. Participate in investigations and development of corrective strategies and actions. Coordinates assigned internal and external (e.g., EPC Contractors) resources supporting project development and delivery. Collaborates with other site functions to ensure the best utilization of shared, site resources. Ensure that risks associated with the project scope are identified and appropriate mitigation measures are established, working collaboratively with all internal and external key stakeholders. Responsible for safe, cost-effective, and predictable project deliverables that meet or exceed commitments to the GBU. Actively participates or facilitates detailed design reviews, constructability reviews, and other value-improving practices (VIPs). Work Experience / Technical Skill Requirements 6 or more years of experience in project delivery, in a petrochemical plant or similar industrial environment Minimum of 3 years of brownfield execution experience, working as an Snr Project Engineer or construction representative in a petrochemical or industrial manufacturing environment with a progressive demonstration of experience on capital projects in all stages/phases. It is preferred that the experience is a mix of time in the office as well as time in a plant or manufacturing environment. Demonstrated ability to liaise effectively with the relevant stakeholders, exhibiting patience, flexibility, and adapting to changing circumstances with grace and elegance. Significant exposure working in the owner's team and/or large EPC organizations is highly regarded. Education / Qualification Requirements BS or MS in Engineering We are partners to one another in pioneering new ways to be better for ourselves, our teams, and our communities. When you join Albemarle, you become our most essential element and you can anticipate competitive compensation, a comprehensive benefits package, and resources that foster your well-being and fuel your personal growth. Help us shape the future, build with purpose and grow together. • Sat, 25 MayAlbemarle Corp
Project Technical Lead, Civil Engineering » Australia - Description About the role Stantec are currently involved in some of Sydney's largest and exciting projects within a variety of industries and sectors including health, defence, commercial, land development, civil infrastructure and transport. We are currently looking for a Project Technical Lead to join our established and growing team. This role includes project design and delivery across a range of projects and sectors. Projects range from early concept design and master planning through to detailed design and construction documentation. Successful applicants will have good technical design background, strong consulting engineering and project delivery skills over a range of areas including earthworks, roadworks, stormwater, sewer and water network design, including clear knowledge of standards and processes. Responsibilities include: Operate in the Task Manager (TM) function and Project Manager (PM) function (as required) on projects and provide required support to staff assisting on your projects to ensure clear direction, acceptable financial outcome, QA adherence, risk management and team morale. Lead project team staff with regard to productivity expectation, performance feedback and information sharing with sensitivity to the individual personal circumstances of staff. The adherence to professional standards, ethics and quality procedures and standards by the project team. Participate in meetings with clients and other consultants. Ideally have experience dealing with a range of clients and stakeholders including the private sector, local authorities and State government bodies Self-management skills will be as important as your technical design and project management abilities Prioritise workloads ensuring our Clients' needs are met whilst maintaining strong and trusting working relationships with your colleague's both within the group and across the wider Stantec team. Build and develop your professional profile both internally and externally by consistently demonstrating an ability to successfully deliver projects. Maintain an appropriate level of service to Clients and internal Project Managers. Assist with project management and business development. Support Project Leaders Managers in completing projects in terms of program, profitability, technical risk management and overall Client satisfaction. Be accurate, diligent and professional. Qualifications To be successful for this role you'll need: Bachelors degree in Engineering or equivalent with a minimum of 10 year's relevant project technical experience in the consulting or engineering industry Experience in the civil related design and delivery of land development and building projects. Experience in CAD based design platforms is preferred Ability to use initiative and think outside the box Good communication and interpersonal skills Ability to prioritise workloads to meet deadlines Attention to detail About Stantec The Stantec community unites approximately 30,000 employees working in over 450 locations across six continents. We collaborate across disciplines and industries to bring buildings, energy, resources, water, environmental, transport and infrastructure projects to life. Our work from initial project concept and planning through design, construction, and commissioning begins at the intersection of community, creativity, and client relationships. Communities are fundamental. Whether around the corner or across the globe, they provide a foundation, a sense of place and of belonging. That's why at Stantec, we always design with community in mind. We care about the communities we serve-because they're our communities too. We're designers, engineers, scientists, and project managers, innovating together at the intersection of community, creativity, and client relationships. Balancing these priorities results in projects that advance the quality of life in communities across the globe. What we offer Along with a competitive salary we offer many other benefits to ensure your professional development & wellbeing is ongoing. Genuine Flexible Working Arrangements. Option to purchase up to 4 weeks additional leave. Learning and Talent Development Programs - Including Global programmes, online learning and on-the-job learning Mentoring for your own development and the opportunity to mentor others A friendly team environment, with dedicated and enthusiastic staff committed to producing high quality service and deliverables. Professional Memberships. Salary Continuance Insurance (SCI). Mental Health and Wellbeing Programs. Service Recognition Awards. Employee Assistance Program. Culture Stantec is serious about healthy work-life balance, diversity, inclusion & equity, indigenous relations, innovation, community engagement, corporate sustainability, and social wellbeing. We have employee groups for women, LGBTQI , neurodiversity, and more Our employees play sport, fundraise, volunteer, learn, and have fun together. How to • Sat, 25 MayStantec Inc.
Forensic Clinical Project Lead » Melbourne, VIC - 's strategy to reduce reoffending and contribute to community safety. What will the Forensic Clinical Project Lead do? The... Project Lead have? As our ideal candidate, you will have demonstrated experience in contributing to the development... • Fri, 24 MayCorrections Victoria$106534 - 128897 per year
Project Lead Co-ordinator » Docklands, VIC - Systems team. As the Project Lead Coordinator, you will be responsible for providing assistance to the People & Transformation... Team, Security & HRIS Project Teams, and lead key projects and activities associated with the implementation of Melbourne... • Fri, 24 MayMelbourne Water
Lead/Senior Project Engineer - DIDO 2:1 » Perth, WA - Lycopodium Minerals are currently recruiting for an experienced Lead/Senior Project Engineer to join our long-term... and diverse career. Reporting to the Project Manager, the Lead/Senior Project Engineer will be responsible for the management... • Fri, 24 MayLycopodium
Senior Project Lead » Sydney CBD, Sydney - Seeking an experienced Project Lead to work within a large Federal Government Department across ACT, QLD or NSW Vectiq are looking for experienced Project Lead with Baseline, or higher security clearance to work as part of a collaborative and highly motivated team within one of the largest Federal Government departments, across multiple locations - ACT, QLD, or NSW. Work Arrangement Flexible and remote working options. About the role This is a hands-on delivery role accountable for the high level team planning and the subsequent day to day steering and dependency management. Working closely with the Product Manager and the wider team, the Senior Project Lead is expected to set the tone for delivery success. Responsibilities Work closely with the product manager to contribute to business engagement. Review and ensure the necessary processes, standards and controls are in place for planning, monitoring and reporting for the team. Lead high level team planning, in quarterly cycles aligned to a rolling annual plan, against tranche commitments, including dependency identification and resource availability. Steer prioritised time-bound and highly interdependent product teams. Ensure the right processes and technology have been put in place ensuring the team can continuously deliver product at an agreed performance level and quality standard. Monitor and guide the team to identify, capture, document and escalate emerging issues and new risks and plans to resolve or treat them. Represent the team as required in necessary management, leadership and governance forums. Lead the team to support program planning and program mechanisms. Interact with other stakeholders across the wider business to ensure achievability of and alignment of plans and resources. Skills required Strong track record in large scale digital transformational program delivery against plan. Demonstrable experience in business related transformations with evidence-based capability of being able to guide teams in translating business outcomes and challenges into digital and service outcomes A proven track record of working with agile and multi-Disciplinary teams. Extensive experience in leading product teams with the demonstrated ability to de-silo and engender collaboration and unity. Exceptional program ownership experience with strong capability across program scope – e.g., budgets, scheduling, risk, and governance. Strong stakeholder management capability working with senior executives as well as product teams. Excellent commercial and business acumen with strong attention to details. An outstanding communicator that can effectively influence with or without authority. A down-to-earth approach with excellent people management skills Knowledge of the Digital Service Standard is desirable. If interested in this role, click APPLY NOW, or send your CV to sumedha.bohravectiq.com.au • Fri, 24 MayVectiq
Project Technical Lead, Civil Engineering » St Leonards, Willoughby Area - Project Technical Lead, Civil Engineering - ( 240001RS ) Description About the role Stantec are currently involved in some of Sydney's largest and exciting projects within a variety of industries and sectors including health, defence, commercial, land development, civil infrastructure and transport. We are currently looking for a Project Technical Lead to join our established and growing team. This role includes project design and delivery across a range of projects and sectors. Projects range from early concept design and master planning through to detailed design and construction documentation. Successful applicants will have good technical design background, strong consulting engineering and project delivery skills over a range of areas including earthworks, roadworks, stormwater, sewer and water network design, including clear knowledge of standards and processes. Responsibilities include: - Operate in the Task Manager (TM) function and Project Manager (PM) function (as required) on projects and provide required support to staff assisting on your projects to ensure clear direction, acceptable financial outcome, QA adherence, risk management and team morale. - Lead project team staff with regard to productivity expectation, performance feedback and information sharing with sensitivity to the individual personal circumstances of staff. - The adherence to professional standards, ethics and quality procedures and standards by the project team. - Participate in meetings with clients and other consultants. - Ideally have experience dealing with a range of clients and stakeholders including the private sector, local authorities and State government bodies - Self-management skills will be as important as your technical design and project management abilities - Prioritise workloads ensuring our Clients' needs are met whilst maintaining strong and trusting working relationships with your colleague's both within the group and across the wider Stantec team. - Build and develop your professional profile both internally and externally by consistently demonstrating an ability to successfully deliver projects. - Maintain an appropriate level of service to Clients and internal Project Managers. - Assist with project management and business development. - Support Project Leaders Managers in completing projects in terms of program, profitability, technical risk management and overall Client satisfaction. - Be accurate, diligent and professional. Qualifications To be successful for this role you'll need: - Bachelors degree in Engineering or equivalent with a minimum of 10 year's relevant project technical experience in the consulting or engineering industry - Experience in the civil related design and delivery of land development and building projects. - Experience in CAD based design platforms is preferred - Ability to use initiative and think outside the box - Good communication and interpersonal skills - Ability to prioritise workloads to meet deadlines - Attention to detail About Stantec The Stantec community unites approximately 30,000 employees working in over 450 locations across six continents. We collaborate across disciplines and industries to bring buildings, energy, resources, water, environmental, transport and infrastructure projects to life. Our work from initial project concept and planning through design, construction, and commissioning begins at the intersection of community, creativity, and client relationships. Communities are fundamental. Whether around the corner or across the globe, they provide a foundation, a sense of place and of belonging. That's why at Stantec, we always design with community in mind. We care about the communities we serve-because they're our communities too. We're designers, engineers, scientists, and project managers, innovating together at the intersection of community, creativity, and client relationships. Balancing these priorities results in projects that advance the quality of life in communities across the globe. What we offer Along with a competitive salary we offer many other benefits to ensure your professional development & wellbeing is ongoing. - Genuine Flexible Working Arrangements. - Option to purchase up to 4 weeks additional leave. - Learning and Talent Development Programs - Including Global programmes, online learning and on-the-job learning - Mentoring for your own development and the opportunity to mentor others - A friendly team environment, with dedicated and enthusiastic staff committed to producing high quality service and deliverables. - Professional Memberships. - Salary Continuance Insurance (SCI). - Mental Health and Wellbeing Programs. - Service Recognition Awards. - Employee Assistance Program. Culture Stantec is serious about healthy work-life balance, diversity, inclusion & equity, indigenous relations, innovation, community engagement, corporate sustainability, and social wellbeing. We have employee groups for women, LGBTQI , neurodiversity, and more Our employees play sport, fundraise, volunteer, learn, and have fun together. How to apply If this position is of interest, please apply via the link below. Please note that no agency applications will be accepted at this time. Primary Location : Australia-New South Wales-St. Leonards Organization : BC-3013 Buildings-AU New South Wales Employee Status : Regular Job Level : Individual Contributor Travel : No Schedule : Full-time Job Posting : May 20, 2024, 5:35:07 PM Req ID: 240001RS Stantec provides equal employment opportunities to all qualified employees and applicants for future and current employment and prohibit discrimination on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, genetic information, disability, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. We prohibit discrimination in decisions concerning recruitment, hiring, referral, promotion, compensation, fringe benefits, job training, terminations or any other condition of employment. Stantec is in compliance with local, state and federal laws and regulations and ensures equitable opportunities in all aspects of employment. EEO including Disability/Protected Veterans • Wed, 22 MayStantec
Project Lead » Perth CBD, Perth - Reach Beyond CHC provides unmatched helicopter services that enable our customers to reach beyond - to work in remote and challenging destinations that limit others - and come home safely. We are dedicated to our purpose of getting our customers where they need to be, when they need to be there, anywhere in the world - safely and reliably. All you have to do is get on boardAt CHC, we pride ourselves on our values and culture: Accountability: Take pride and ownership of our actions and results. Collaboration: Working together with transparency and trust to drive continuous improvement. Care: Creating a safe and sustainable environment for all. Integrity: Doing what's right and fostering a culture of respect. Excellence: Prioritizing quality services and setting industry standards. Role Summary Project Lead (12 Months Fixed Term) Perth, Western Australia Reach Beyond CHC Helicopter is a leader in the provision of helicopter support to the offshore energy market, search & rescue, and government departments, as well as organizations requiring helicopter maintenance, repair and overhaul services through its Heli-One division. For more than 75 years, CHC Helicopter has provided safe, reliable, and cost-effective helicopter services in some of the most remote and challenging environments around the world. Our dedication to safety and reputation for quality and innovation help our customers reach beyond what they thought possible. We have an incredible opportunity for a person who has recently completed a Project Management degree with a minimal of a one year's experience, to join our team at CHC Helicopters. The Project Lead is for a 12-month Fixed Term period at our office in West Perth. You'll have the opportunity to project manage the startup of new bases, the implementation of new aircraft into service and the integration of multiple systems that support the integration of multiple departments. The successful individual will engage and support the business leaders in the Australian Operations of the implementation, delivery, and management of highly integrated project teams. All you have to do is get on board. Key Responsibilities Key Responsibilities: As the Project Lead, you will be at the forefront of the implementation of a variety of projects that will provide success to the integration of different business units, provide insights and advice to local business leaders and ensure projects are delivered on time Your duties will include: Project change management for key business issues (e.g. training & communications plans, risk assessment, project management for: maintenance, technical records, accounting and flight safety data) Liaison between the CHC Integrated Management Office, standards organization and functional departments, to institutionalise process improvement and transformation activities Mentoring CHC functional teams based on analytical insights and research Presenting recommendations that are intuitive and impactful Leading team discussions with internal clients and project leads to drive projects forward Collaboratively evaluate best practice initiatives Qualifications, Skills & Attributes Qualifications, Skills and Attributes: The ideal candidate should process: A degree in project management with analytical study in either Commerce, Engineering or Finance. Strong business acumen with experience in understanding the processes in re-engineering, change management and/or project management. A high degree of confidence, tenacity and a passion to succeed Strong communication skills (both written and verbal) and interpersonal skills. Ability to handle multi-tasking environment, meet deadlines, and work with a wide range of sensitive and confidential issues. Strong working knowledge of MS Excel and PowerPoint; SQL considered an asset. Experience in working within agile, complex, dynamic and diverse business environment. Must be well organised and adaptable to rapidly changing and dynamic environment. Hands on approach with a drive for success is imperative. Experience in working in a global matrix structure to achieve project goals is ideal. Other attributes that will be highly valued include: Experience and a passion for aviation or a related industry At CHC we believe a diverse workforce makes us stronger. We want our people to be proud of who they are and where they come from. We will support our colleagues to work safely together, take care of each other and feel empowered and valued in sharing ideas as we create an organisation where we celebrate our differences. Our commitment to maintaining and growing a diverse and inclusive workforce where everyone can achieve their full potential, will ensure a strong and sustainable future for everyone. We welcome and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, all genders, the LGBTI community, mature workers, people with disabilities and people from diverse backgrounds. We reserve the right to close this advertisement or start interviewing suitable perspective applicants without waiting for the full 30 day advertising period to close. Therefore, we urge suitable applicants to submit their application as soon as possible. • Tue, 21 MayCHC
Project Controls Lead » The Rocks, Sydney - Are you ready to take your career to new heights? AtkinsRéalis is expanding rapidly, and we are looking for talented individuals like you to join our team. With exciting opportunities to shape your own role and grow your career, this is the perfect time to join us on our journey to success. We are AtkinsRéalis, a world-leading design, engineering and project management organisation. We connect people, data and technology to transform the world's infrastructure and energy systems. Together, with our industry partners and clients, and our global team of over 30,000 consultants, designers, engineers and project managers, we can change the world. Our inclusive, diverse, and energized work environment is something we take pride in. We foster an open culture founded on our core values: Safety, Integrity, Innovation, Collaboration, and Excellence. Role Summary In this newly created role, the Project Controls Lead will be responsible for coordinating all estimating, scheduling and cost control activities necessary for the successful execution of the project. You will be responsible for supporting the development and ongoing maintenance of the overall project controls infrastructure to include Work Breakdown Structure, Overall Project Plan, Code of Accounts, Project Estimate, Budgets, Project Schedule and resource requirements to execute the project. Key responsibilities encompass, but are not restricted to: Directs performance measurement activities on all facets of the project - Engineering, Contracts, Materials and Equipment Procurement and Construction. Responsible for designing and developing reports and associated management tools to identify problem areas and recommend corrective action as the project proceeds. Performs schedule optimisation studies and cost-benefit analyses resulting in a more timely and efficient execution of the project. Prepares and responds to urgent Management requests for data, reporting and cost and schedule analyses in a timely manner. Develops, interprets, and executes policy, objectives, and standards applicable to cost and schedule control and analysis activities. Identifies, analyses, and provides innovative solutions to cost engineering and planning / scheduling problems. Prepares for approval all project cost forecasts and progress reports. Reviews draft construction contracts for adequacy of cost and schedule requirements. Desired Skills, Experience and Capabilities Degree-level qualified or relevant experience. Ability to work well within both Internal and External Teams. Demonstrated experience in Project Controls Leadership. Experience in EPCM organisations for major projects. Substantial experience in Cost Control, Change Management, Planning, Progress Measurement, Risk Management, and Estimating on engineering, procurement, construction and completions phases. Excellent verbal, written communication skills and excellent listening skills required. Experience in Cost Control, Change Management, Planning, and Progress Measurement Industry Practices. Experience integrating ERP systems with project controls systems. Experience with engineering and construction earned value systems. Proficient in Primavera P6. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION We're not all the same and that's our greatest strength and we believe that 'Different Makes a Difference.' Join us and become part of a diverse community from various cultures and abilities. Our mission is to ensure that every individual feels included and has an equal voice. We are committed to being sensitive to your unique needs and aspirations. By championing inclusive, accessible, and sustainable design, you'll inspire positive change in the world around you. Together, we're shaping a better future-one where innovation and collaboration thrive. As an Equal Opportunities Employer, we welcome applications from all backgrounds, cultures, and abilities. Let's create a world where everyone's potential is recognised and celebrated • Sat, 18 MayAtkinsRealis
Project Controls Lead » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Are you ready to take your career to new heights? AtkinsRéalis is expanding rapidly, and we are looking for talented individuals like you to join our team. With exciting opportunities to shape your own role and grow your career, this is the perfect time to join us on our journey to success. We are AtkinsRéalis, a world-leading design, engineering and project management organisation. We connect people, data and technology to transform the world's infrastructure and energy systems. Together, with our industry partners and clients, and our global team of over 30,000 consultants, designers, engineers and project managers, we can change the world. Our inclusive, diverse, and energized work environment is something we take pride in. We foster an open culture founded on our core values: Safety, Integrity, Innovation, Collaboration, and Excellence. Role Summary In this newly created role, the Project Controls Lead will be responsible for coordinating all estimating, scheduling and cost control activities necessary for the successful execution of the project. You will be responsible for supporting the development and ongoing maintenance of the overall project controls infrastructure to include Work Breakdown Structure, Overall Project Plan, Code of Accounts, Project Estimate, Budgets, Project Schedule and resource requirements to execute the project. Key responsibilities encompass, but are not restricted to: Directs performance measurement activities on all facets of the project - Engineering, Contracts, Materials and Equipment Procurement and Construction. Responsible for designing and developing reports and associated management tools to identify problem areas and recommend corrective action as the project proceeds. Performs schedule optimisation studies and cost-benefit analyses resulting in a more timely and efficient execution of the project. Prepares and responds to urgent Management requests for data, reporting and cost and schedule analyses in a timely manner. Develops, interprets, and executes policy, objectives, and standards applicable to cost and schedule control and analysis activities. Identifies, analyses, and provides innovative solutions to cost engineering and planning / scheduling problems. Prepares for approval all project cost forecasts and progress reports. Reviews draft construction contracts for adequacy of cost and schedule requirements. Desired Skills, Experience and Capabilities Degree-level qualified or relevant experience. Ability to work well within both Internal and External Teams. Demonstrated experience in Project Controls Leadership. Experience in EPCM organisations for major projects. Substantial experience in Cost Control, Change Management, Planning, Progress Measurement, Risk Management, and Estimating on engineering, procurement, construction and completions phases. Excellent verbal, written communication skills and excellent listening skills required. Experience in Cost Control, Change Management, Planning, and Progress Measurement Industry Practices. Experience integrating ERP systems with project controls systems. Experience with engineering and construction earned value systems. Proficient in Primavera P6. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION We're not all the same and that's our greatest strength and we believe that 'Different Makes a Difference.' Join us and become part of a diverse community from various cultures and abilities. Our mission is to ensure that every individual feels included and has an equal voice. We are committed to being sensitive to your unique needs and aspirations. By championing inclusive, accessible, and sustainable design, you'll inspire positive change in the world around you. Together, we're shaping a better future-one where innovation and collaboration thrive. As an Equal Opportunities Employer, we welcome applications from all backgrounds, cultures, and abilities. Let's create a world where everyone's potential is recognised and celebrated • Sat, 18 MayAtkinsRealis
Projects Support Lead » Darwin Region, Northern Territory - Position ownership, variety of work functions, growth-orientated organisation, career growth, vibrant, inclusive and transparent team environment About the company This is an opportunity to join a well-established and recognised organisation that is preparing to further expand and develop one of its business units in the industrial, commercial pumping and irrigation sectors. As a known name within their region, they can provide a full scope of service, maintenance, design, installation and product sales in their market sectors. Benefits Generous salary Family orientated focus Training with the opportunity to grow your career Relocation options available About the role This is a varied and at times robust role where you will be supporting the project team with irrigation and pump estimation, product sourcing, project coordination and work efficiencies. You will be required to work across the business in costing projects, speaking with suppliers, organising project items for dispatch and liaising with the internal process team. Duties Support the existing projects team to efficiently execute projects Prepare cost and project estimations Liaise with both internal stakeholders and external suppliers Assist in the preparation of items for dispatch to site Skills Tertiary or trade background would be advantageous Pump and irrigation product knowledge would be advantageous Be comfortable with administrative and data entry Have sound verbal and written communication skills Have a proactive and enthusiastic approach to your activities Culture of the branch There is a friendly and supportive attitude in the business and management promotes additional industry training and career development. The owners and leaders in the business are interactive and transparent with staff. They are looking for people who would like to be part of a business that is growing on the move and inclusive. How to apply If you have the skills and want further information on this opportunity, please apply below with a current resume. All applicants will receive a reply by either phone or email to the progress of their application. • Sat, 18 MayEngineering Networks
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Project Lead/Highways Team Leader » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Are you an experienced leader in the industry looking for your next challenge? Join a well-established design firm as their Highways Team Lead The Company Are you passionate about engineering excellence and making a meaningful impact on the world? Join a dynamic team committed to pushing the boundaries of innovation and delivering exceptional engineering solutions across diverse sectors. With a rich legacy spanning over half a century, our client is renowned for its unwavering commitment to excellence, integrity, and client satisfaction. They thrive on curiosity, bravery, and trust, driving them to create extraordinary built environments that shape the future. Be part of a culture that values diversity, fosters inclusion, and empowers individuals to unleash their full potential The Role As the Projects Lead/QLD Highways Team Lead, you will be responsible for overseeing the tendering and delivery of major projects. This is a pivotal role that requires strong leadership skills, exceptional project management ability and a dedication to achieving successful outcomes Key Criteria 15 Years or more of Industry experience Proven experience of delivering a project exceeding $100 Million Ability to thrive in a team environment and collaborate effectively with colleagues and clients A strong local network and client acceptance as a project manager for major infrastructure projects If you are ready to take your career to the next level, please contact 07 3333 1511 for a confidential conversation. Alternatively, you can submit your CV and Cover Letter by clicking APPLY NOW. Confidentiality is so important to us - and you. All conversations and applications are held in the strictest of confidence. We take a different approach to recruitment and treat your CV and details with care. Our consultants make the time to work closely with you and will never release your details to our clients without your prior approval. Peopleconnexion Recruitment: Where talent lives. Recruitment, Training, Payroll & HR Services To find out more about us, please visit our website www.peopleconnexion.com , connect with us on LinkedIn • Tue, 14 MayPeopleConnexion Recruitment Pty Ltd
Project Controls Lead » Australia - T1 Client looking for a Project Controls Lead with a proven background in Civil, Construction and Infrastructure projects. The Opportunity: Techforce has partnered with an industry leader in civil works and mining to assist in building and developing their project leadership team. Our prestigious Civil specialist is specifically looking for a Project Controls Lead with proven experience in fast-paced environments as well as specialised experience in running Civil, Construction and Infrastructure projects. Job Responsibilities: As Project Controls Lead, you will be able to see the bigger picture of what the projects’ needs are, you will be both a master juggler and a major support to the Project Team. We’ll need you to lead across all Project Reporting and Cost Control Methodology. You will need to be a firm hand on the wheel ensuring that the various disciplines such as Estimating, Procurement, Contacts and Engineering align with project budgets and forecasts. Additional responsibilities will include: Providing professional support to the projects team to ensure deliver on time and at a minimum on budget. Ensure communication of relevant project information between the teams. Utilise project controls methodologies, to provide effective input to estimating, procurement, engineering and contracts teams. Manage clients’ needs in a prompt, and cost-effective manner. Maintain transparent communications with management, with particular focus on the status of the project as well as issues that can negatively impact the relationship with the client. To be considered you must have: You’ll have 5 years of Engineering or Construction experience with proven experience in Civil, Construction, and Infrastructure. The knowledge of the technical processes that are a part of Construction, Contracts, Engineering and Procurement. Diploma or above in Civil Engineering or equivalent practical experience. Proficiency in ERP software, Microsoft Office Suite and MS Project. A well-rounded understanding of various improvement pathways and experience implementing various efficient delivery methods. Proven experience in Risk Management, Change Management, and EVA/EVM Proven experience in managing multiple projects at a time ranging up to 100M. To Apply: If you are interested and would like to be considered for any of the above positions, please forward an updated current Resume to Joelwtechforce.com.au or call Joel Westvelt on 0424 379 565 Our mission is to change the lives of the people we place and empower the clients we partner with. Our strength is our difference in our people, and we encourage applicants from a diverse background to apply. • Tue, 14 MayTechforce Personnel
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