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      • newcastle, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$55.00 - AU$60.00, per hour, attractive hourly rate plus super
      • full-time
      This agency is responsible for the development of a safe, efficient, integrated transport system that keeps people and goods moving, connects communities and shapes the future of our cities, centres and regions.The team in Newcastle requires the skills of an experienced Project Surveyor to join the unit for a 6 month engagement.Based out of the depot in Waratah, you will work in a number of major & minor transport projects throughout the region. The role manages internal and external survey resources on TfNSW projects, to deliver a program of survey services and advice. The role also assists in the management and auditing of professional services contracts.The role works in one of the Survey Units within the Survey Discipline of Engineering Services of the TfNSW and must assist and support the Senior Surveyors and Survey Managers in the development and deployment of survey capability and expertise required to manage current and future technical risk across infrastructure projects.Key accountabilitiesContribute to TfNSW survey capability by the provision of expert technical advice and survey services to infrastructure projects and project development teams in the investigation, development and/or construction stages.Ensure the integrity of project technical data by auditing both in-house and external products against the scope of works and technical criteria and quality management systems.Contribute to sound decision making for project development and progression by advising project managers on the control, collection, interpretation, presentation and application of surveying and spatial information.Provide solutions for contractual and technical problems for the client, by utilising TfNSW corporate systems for contract management; using advanced knowledge of survey equipment, methods and computing skills.Ensure compliance with TfNSW, regulatory and statutory requirements and improve work efficiencies in technical, WHS and environmental matters provided by internal surveying resources and survey service providers to TfNSW, by verifying the application of specifications, standards & procedures and participating in quality improvement processes.Key challengesManaging a large volume and variety of work, priorities, interests and deadlines, often required with very tight timeframes and operate effectively under conditions of resource and funding restraints while responding to "on demand" obligations that may impact on scheduled workload and TfNSW programs.Keeping abreast of current and emerging best practice, changes in legislation and technology that affect survey operations and implementing relevant surveying policy and standards to meet these challenges. Identifying and rectifying systemic problems to change service or processes to minimise service dissatisfaction. Championing surveying as a critical activity which has the potential to impact on the delivery of TfNSW projects significantly.Key knowledge and experienceDemonstrated experience in the management delivery of geospatial, engineering and construction surveys and services and the development and implementation of Quality Assurance and technical documents.Demonstrated experience in delivery of geospatial, engineering and construction survey services through implementation and managements of internal and external contract resources.Demonstrated knowledge and experience of modern technology and software related to surveying, relevant legislation, management systems, specifications, policies and procedures related to surveying. Possess a current and valid Australian motor vehicle driver license and willingness to work outside normal working hours and travel on occasion.Essential requirementsDiploma qualification or equivalent in Surveying and demonstrated extensive relevant experience in the provision of surveying technical advice and management of technical risk in infrastructure projectsThe unit cover a geographical area up to Port Macquarie and down to the Central Coast and west to Muswellbrook. Access to pool vehicle for work is provided.This is an urgent requirement, so an immediate start is desired.Contact Andrew Pinkerton on 0434 218 346 with any queries.e: andrew.pinkerton@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      This agency is responsible for the development of a safe, efficient, integrated transport system that keeps people and goods moving, connects communities and shapes the future of our cities, centres and regions.The team in Newcastle requires the skills of an experienced Project Surveyor to join the unit for a 6 month engagement.Based out of the depot in Waratah, you will work in a number of major & minor transport projects throughout the region. The role manages internal and external survey resources on TfNSW projects, to deliver a program of survey services and advice. The role also assists in the management and auditing of professional services contracts.The role works in one of the Survey Units within the Survey Discipline of Engineering Services of the TfNSW and must assist and support the Senior Surveyors and Survey Managers in the development and deployment of survey capability and expertise required to manage current and future technical risk across infrastructure projects.Key accountabilitiesContribute to TfNSW survey capability by the provision of expert technical advice and survey services to infrastructure projects and project development teams in the investigation, development and/or construction stages.Ensure the integrity of project technical data by auditing both in-house and external products against the scope of works and technical criteria and quality management systems.Contribute to sound decision making for project development and progression by advising project managers on the control, collection, interpretation, presentation and application of surveying and spatial information.Provide solutions for contractual and technical problems for the client, by utilising TfNSW corporate systems for contract management; using advanced knowledge of survey equipment, methods and computing skills.Ensure compliance with TfNSW, regulatory and statutory requirements and improve work efficiencies in technical, WHS and environmental matters provided by internal surveying resources and survey service providers to TfNSW, by verifying the application of specifications, standards & procedures and participating in quality improvement processes.Key challengesManaging a large volume and variety of work, priorities, interests and deadlines, often required with very tight timeframes and operate effectively under conditions of resource and funding restraints while responding to "on demand" obligations that may impact on scheduled workload and TfNSW programs.Keeping abreast of current and emerging best practice, changes in legislation and technology that affect survey operations and implementing relevant surveying policy and standards to meet these challenges. Identifying and rectifying systemic problems to change service or processes to minimise service dissatisfaction. Championing surveying as a critical activity which has the potential to impact on the delivery of TfNSW projects significantly.Key knowledge and experienceDemonstrated experience in the management delivery of geospatial, engineering and construction surveys and services and the development and implementation of Quality Assurance and technical documents.Demonstrated experience in delivery of geospatial, engineering and construction survey services through implementation and managements of internal and external contract resources.Demonstrated knowledge and experience of modern technology and software related to surveying, relevant legislation, management systems, specifications, policies and procedures related to surveying. Possess a current and valid Australian motor vehicle driver license and willingness to work outside normal working hours and travel on occasion.Essential requirementsDiploma qualification or equivalent in Surveying and demonstrated extensive relevant experience in the provision of surveying technical advice and management of technical risk in infrastructure projectsThe unit cover a geographical area up to Port Macquarie and down to the Central Coast and west to Muswellbrook. Access to pool vehicle for work is provided.This is an urgent requirement, so an immediate start is desired.Contact Andrew Pinkerton on 0434 218 346 with any queries.e: andrew.pinkerton@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • mount barker, south australia
      • permanent
      • AU$65,000 - AU$75,000, per year, RDO Hours
      • full-time
      To comply with Council’s Employee Code of Conduct and allother policies and procedures as varied from time to time.To manage all Corporate Records in accordance with requiredpolicies and procedures. Within the scope of this position, manage all risks within theworkplace as defined by Council’s Enterprise RiskManagement Policy. Responsible for purchasing goods and services in accordancewith purchasing guidelines and delegated financial limits.To be aware of the objectives and strategies contained withinMount Barker 2035 – District Strategic Plan and the broadstrategic direction of Council.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      To comply with Council’s Employee Code of Conduct and allother policies and procedures as varied from time to time.To manage all Corporate Records in accordance with requiredpolicies and procedures. Within the scope of this position, manage all risks within theworkplace as defined by Council’s Enterprise RiskManagement Policy. Responsible for purchasing goods and services in accordancewith purchasing guidelines and delegated financial limits.To be aware of the objectives and strategies contained withinMount Barker 2035 – District Strategic Plan and the broadstrategic direction of Council.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$120,000 - AU$168,000, per year, + Super
      • full-time
      Parks Victoria is currently looking for a Senior Project Manager who will be responsible for the delivery of marine infrastructure projects - providing leadership and managing the efficient implementation of major capital projects and other programs of work ranging from $5M to $50M. The Senior Project Manager will be required to partner with commercial stakeholders at all stages of the project lifecycle and to assess and provide strategic input on commercial impacts of any changes. About Parks VictoriaParks Victoria is committed to maintaining the health of the natural environment and of our parks and reserves, while providing a range of excellent visitor services. All Parks Victoria's staff contribute to improving these wonderful parks every day while protecting and conserving them now and for future generations.The Senior Project Manager is responsible for leading the governance of Capital Projects to ensure that projects are managed in accordance with Project Management Frameworks with strong governance and oversight in accordance with key procedures, guidelines and policies including Procurement and Risk Management. RequirementsYour application will be assessed against the following qualifications, experience and key capabilities:A tertiary qualification in engineering, architecture, project or construction management or in a related fieldExperience working with an established Project Management Framework.Extensive experience in the procurement and management of external consultant project managersSignificant experience in delivering multiple concurrent major capital projects with experience in both client-side and consultant-side project management.Superior supplier management skills with experience in leading and managing suppliers (consultants, contractors etc), and a proven ability to develop skills and behaviours in the supplier teams, to ensure the large workgroup delivers effectively on its expectations and deliverables. Strong influencing and communication skills with a very wide audience of stakeholders in ways that ensure understanding and maximise engagement to influence outcomes.Proven professional writing skills with the ability to write detailed Project Control Group Reports and other such reports including Board papers, to communicate effectively to the Project Control group and Executive team.Highly capable in the financial management of major capital projects.Strong risk management capabilities with regards to the delivery of capital projects including the establishment and active use of detailed risk registers for each project.A working knowledge of industry standard contracts including but not limited to AS2124, AS4300, Minor Works and professional service agreements.Creative and innovative thinker who applies original thinking in approaches to job responsibilities and the delivery of capital projects to improve processes, methods, systems and services.What we offerExcellent career advancement working for a government organisation.Initial 3 year fixed term contract.Competitive remuneration of $119,571 - $168,000 + super depending upon your experience.Have a question before applying? Please contact Roger Joseph at roger.joseph@randstad.com.au or 0403321969. Please apply via the link, attaching your CV and Cover letter in word format. Application Closing date: Monday 18th October 2021 at 8pm. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Parks Victoria is currently looking for a Senior Project Manager who will be responsible for the delivery of marine infrastructure projects - providing leadership and managing the efficient implementation of major capital projects and other programs of work ranging from $5M to $50M. The Senior Project Manager will be required to partner with commercial stakeholders at all stages of the project lifecycle and to assess and provide strategic input on commercial impacts of any changes. About Parks VictoriaParks Victoria is committed to maintaining the health of the natural environment and of our parks and reserves, while providing a range of excellent visitor services. All Parks Victoria's staff contribute to improving these wonderful parks every day while protecting and conserving them now and for future generations.The Senior Project Manager is responsible for leading the governance of Capital Projects to ensure that projects are managed in accordance with Project Management Frameworks with strong governance and oversight in accordance with key procedures, guidelines and policies including Procurement and Risk Management. RequirementsYour application will be assessed against the following qualifications, experience and key capabilities:A tertiary qualification in engineering, architecture, project or construction management or in a related fieldExperience working with an established Project Management Framework.Extensive experience in the procurement and management of external consultant project managersSignificant experience in delivering multiple concurrent major capital projects with experience in both client-side and consultant-side project management.Superior supplier management skills with experience in leading and managing suppliers (consultants, contractors etc), and a proven ability to develop skills and behaviours in the supplier teams, to ensure the large workgroup delivers effectively on its expectations and deliverables. Strong influencing and communication skills with a very wide audience of stakeholders in ways that ensure understanding and maximise engagement to influence outcomes.Proven professional writing skills with the ability to write detailed Project Control Group Reports and other such reports including Board papers, to communicate effectively to the Project Control group and Executive team.Highly capable in the financial management of major capital projects.Strong risk management capabilities with regards to the delivery of capital projects including the establishment and active use of detailed risk registers for each project.A working knowledge of industry standard contracts including but not limited to AS2124, AS4300, Minor Works and professional service agreements.Creative and innovative thinker who applies original thinking in approaches to job responsibilities and the delivery of capital projects to improve processes, methods, systems and services.What we offerExcellent career advancement working for a government organisation.Initial 3 year fixed term contract.Competitive remuneration of $119,571 - $168,000 + super depending upon your experience.Have a question before applying? Please contact Roger Joseph at roger.joseph@randstad.com.au or 0403321969. Please apply via the link, attaching your CV and Cover letter in word format. Application Closing date: Monday 18th October 2021 at 8pm. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$121,000 - AU$141,000, per year, + Super
      • full-time
      This Senior Project Manager position is responsible for the delivery of infrastructure Capital Projects, providing leadership and managing the efficient implementation of Major Capital Projects or Programs of Work ranging from $5M to $50M. The Senior Project Manager will be required to partner with commercial stakeholders at all stages of the project life cycle and to assess and provide strategic input on commercial impacts of any changes. The Senior Project Manager is responsible for leading the governance of Capital Projects to ensure that projects are managed in accordance with Project Management Framework with strong governance and oversight in accordance with key procedures, guidelines and policies including Procurement and Risk Management. RequirementsYour application will be assessed against the following Qualifications and Experience and Key CapabilitiesA tertiary qualification in engineering, architecture, project or construction management or in a related field.Experience working to an Established Project Management FrameworkExtensive experience in the procurement and management of external consultant project managersSignificant experience in delivering multiple concurrent major capital projects with experience in both client side and consultant side project managementSuperior supplier management skills with experience in leading and managing suppliers (consultants, contractors etc), and a proven ability to develop skills and behaviours in the supplier teams, to ensure the large work group delivers effectively on its expectations and deliverable Strong influencing and communication skills with a very wide audience of stakeholders in ways that ensures understanding and maximise engagement to influence outcomes.Proven professional writing skills with the ability to write detailed Project Control Group Reports and other such reports including Board papers, to communicate effectively to the project control group and executive teamHighly capable in the financial management of major capital projectsStrong Risk Management capabilities with regards to the delivery of capital projects including the establishment and active use of detailed risk registers for each project.Working knowledge of industry standard contracts including but not limited to AS2124, AS4300, Minor Works agreements, Professional ServicesCreative and innovative thinker who applies original thinking in approaches to job responsibilities and the delivery of capital projects to improve processes, methods, systems, or servicesWhat we offerExcellent career advancement working for a government organisation.Initial 3 year fixed term contract.Competitive remuneration of $119,571 - $140,234 + superHave a question before applying? Please contact Roger Joseph at roger.joseph@randstad.com.au or 0403321969. Please apply via the link. Application Closing date: Sunday 3rd October 2021 At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      This Senior Project Manager position is responsible for the delivery of infrastructure Capital Projects, providing leadership and managing the efficient implementation of Major Capital Projects or Programs of Work ranging from $5M to $50M. The Senior Project Manager will be required to partner with commercial stakeholders at all stages of the project life cycle and to assess and provide strategic input on commercial impacts of any changes. The Senior Project Manager is responsible for leading the governance of Capital Projects to ensure that projects are managed in accordance with Project Management Framework with strong governance and oversight in accordance with key procedures, guidelines and policies including Procurement and Risk Management. RequirementsYour application will be assessed against the following Qualifications and Experience and Key CapabilitiesA tertiary qualification in engineering, architecture, project or construction management or in a related field.Experience working to an Established Project Management FrameworkExtensive experience in the procurement and management of external consultant project managersSignificant experience in delivering multiple concurrent major capital projects with experience in both client side and consultant side project managementSuperior supplier management skills with experience in leading and managing suppliers (consultants, contractors etc), and a proven ability to develop skills and behaviours in the supplier teams, to ensure the large work group delivers effectively on its expectations and deliverable Strong influencing and communication skills with a very wide audience of stakeholders in ways that ensures understanding and maximise engagement to influence outcomes.Proven professional writing skills with the ability to write detailed Project Control Group Reports and other such reports including Board papers, to communicate effectively to the project control group and executive teamHighly capable in the financial management of major capital projectsStrong Risk Management capabilities with regards to the delivery of capital projects including the establishment and active use of detailed risk registers for each project.Working knowledge of industry standard contracts including but not limited to AS2124, AS4300, Minor Works agreements, Professional ServicesCreative and innovative thinker who applies original thinking in approaches to job responsibilities and the delivery of capital projects to improve processes, methods, systems, or servicesWhat we offerExcellent career advancement working for a government organisation.Initial 3 year fixed term contract.Competitive remuneration of $119,571 - $140,234 + superHave a question before applying? Please contact Roger Joseph at roger.joseph@randstad.com.au or 0403321969. Please apply via the link. Application Closing date: Sunday 3rd October 2021 At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$119,571 - AU$168,000, per year, + Super
      • full-time
      Parks Victoria is currently looking for a Senior Project Manager who will be responsible for the delivery of marine infrastructure projects - providing leadership and managing the efficient implementation of major capital projects and other programs of work ranging from $5M to $50M. The Senior Project Manager will be required to partner with commercial stakeholders at all stages of the project lifecycle and to assess and provide strategic input on commercial impacts of any changes. About Parks VictoriaParks Victoria is committed to maintaining the health of the natural environment and of our parks and reserves, while providing a range of excellent visitor services. All Parks Victoria's staff contribute to improving these wonderful parks every day while protecting and conserving them now and for future generations.The Senior Project Manager is responsible for leading the governance of Capital Projects to ensure that projects are managed in accordance with Project Management Frameworks with strong governance and oversight in accordance with key procedures, guidelines and policies including Procurement and Risk Management. RequirementsYour application will be assessed against the following qualifications, experience and key capabilities:A tertiary qualification in engineering, architecture, project or construction management or in a related fieldExperience working with an established Project Management Framework.Extensive experience in the procurement and management of external consultant project managersSignificant experience in delivering multiple concurrent major capital projects with experience in both client-side and consultant-side project management.Superior supplier management skills with experience in leading and managing suppliers (consultants, contractors etc), and a proven ability to develop skills and behaviours in the supplier teams, to ensure the large workgroup delivers effectively on its expectations and deliverables. Strong influencing and communication skills with a very wide audience of stakeholders in ways that ensure understanding and maximise engagement to influence outcomes.Proven professional writing skills with the ability to write detailed Project Control Group Reports and other such reports including Board papers, to communicate effectively to the Project Control group and Executive team.Highly capable in the financial management of major capital projects.Strong risk management capabilities with regards to the delivery of capital projects including the establishment and active use of detailed risk registers for each project.A working knowledge of industry standard contracts including but not limited to AS2124, AS4300, Minor Works and professional service agreements.Creative and innovative thinker who applies original thinking in approaches to job responsibilities and the delivery of capital projects to improve processes, methods, systems and services.What we offerExcellent career advancement working for a government organisation.Initial 3 year fixed term contract.Competitive remuneration of $119,571 - $168,000 + super depending upon your experience.Have a question before applying? Please contact Roger Joseph at roger.joseph@randstad.com.au or 0403321969. Please apply via the link, attaching your CV and Cover letter in word format. Application Closing date: Monday 18th October 2021 at 8pm.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Parks Victoria is currently looking for a Senior Project Manager who will be responsible for the delivery of marine infrastructure projects - providing leadership and managing the efficient implementation of major capital projects and other programs of work ranging from $5M to $50M. The Senior Project Manager will be required to partner with commercial stakeholders at all stages of the project lifecycle and to assess and provide strategic input on commercial impacts of any changes. About Parks VictoriaParks Victoria is committed to maintaining the health of the natural environment and of our parks and reserves, while providing a range of excellent visitor services. All Parks Victoria's staff contribute to improving these wonderful parks every day while protecting and conserving them now and for future generations.The Senior Project Manager is responsible for leading the governance of Capital Projects to ensure that projects are managed in accordance with Project Management Frameworks with strong governance and oversight in accordance with key procedures, guidelines and policies including Procurement and Risk Management. RequirementsYour application will be assessed against the following qualifications, experience and key capabilities:A tertiary qualification in engineering, architecture, project or construction management or in a related fieldExperience working with an established Project Management Framework.Extensive experience in the procurement and management of external consultant project managersSignificant experience in delivering multiple concurrent major capital projects with experience in both client-side and consultant-side project management.Superior supplier management skills with experience in leading and managing suppliers (consultants, contractors etc), and a proven ability to develop skills and behaviours in the supplier teams, to ensure the large workgroup delivers effectively on its expectations and deliverables. Strong influencing and communication skills with a very wide audience of stakeholders in ways that ensure understanding and maximise engagement to influence outcomes.Proven professional writing skills with the ability to write detailed Project Control Group Reports and other such reports including Board papers, to communicate effectively to the Project Control group and Executive team.Highly capable in the financial management of major capital projects.Strong risk management capabilities with regards to the delivery of capital projects including the establishment and active use of detailed risk registers for each project.A working knowledge of industry standard contracts including but not limited to AS2124, AS4300, Minor Works and professional service agreements.Creative and innovative thinker who applies original thinking in approaches to job responsibilities and the delivery of capital projects to improve processes, methods, systems and services.What we offerExcellent career advancement working for a government organisation.Initial 3 year fixed term contract.Competitive remuneration of $119,571 - $168,000 + super depending upon your experience.Have a question before applying? Please contact Roger Joseph at roger.joseph@randstad.com.au or 0403321969. Please apply via the link, attaching your CV and Cover letter in word format. Application Closing date: Monday 18th October 2021 at 8pm.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$120,000 - AU$140,324, per year, + Super
      • full-time
      This Senior Project Manager position is responsible for the delivery of infrastructure Capital Projects, providing leadership and managing the efficient implementation of Major Capital Projects or Programs of Work ranging from $5M to $50M. The Senior Project Manager will be required to partner with commercial stakeholders at all stages of the project lifecycle and to assess and provide strategic input on commercial impacts of any changes. The Senior Project Manager is responsible for leading the governance of Capital Projects to ensure that projects are managed in accordance with Project Management Framework with strong governance and oversight in accordance with key procedures, guidelines and policies including Procurement and Risk Management. Your application will be assessed against the following Qualifications and Experience and Key CapabilitiesA tertiary qualification in engineering, architecture, project or construction management or in a related field.Experience working to an Established Project Management FrameworkExtensive experience in the procurement and management of external consultant project managersSignificant experience in delivering multiple concurrent major capital projects with experience in both client side and consultant side project managementSuperior supplier management skills with experience in leading and managing suppliers (consultants, contractors etc), and a proven ability to develop skills and behaviours in the supplier teams, to ensure the large workgroup delivers effectively on its expectations and deliverables Strong influencing and communication skills with a very wide audience of stakeholders in ways that ensures understanding and maximise engagement to influence outcomes.Proven professional writing skills with the ability to write detailed Project Control Group Reports and other such reports including Board papers, to communicate effectively to the project control group and executive teamHighly capable in the financial management of major capital projectsStrong Risk Management capabilities with regards to the delivery of capital projects including the establishment and active use of detailed risk registers for each project.Working knowledge of industry standard contracts including but not limited to AS2124, AS4300, Minor Works agreements, Professional ServicesCreative and innovative thinker who applies original thinking in approaches to job responsibilities and the delivery of capital projects to improve processes, methods, systems, or servicesWhat we offerExcellent career advancement working for a Victorian Government organisation.Initial 3 year fixed term contract.Competitive remuneration of $119,571 - $140,234 + superHave a question before applying? Please contact Roger Joseph at roger.joseph@randstad.com.au or 0403321969. Please apply via the link. Application Closing date: Sunday 3rd October 2021At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      This Senior Project Manager position is responsible for the delivery of infrastructure Capital Projects, providing leadership and managing the efficient implementation of Major Capital Projects or Programs of Work ranging from $5M to $50M. The Senior Project Manager will be required to partner with commercial stakeholders at all stages of the project lifecycle and to assess and provide strategic input on commercial impacts of any changes. The Senior Project Manager is responsible for leading the governance of Capital Projects to ensure that projects are managed in accordance with Project Management Framework with strong governance and oversight in accordance with key procedures, guidelines and policies including Procurement and Risk Management. Your application will be assessed against the following Qualifications and Experience and Key CapabilitiesA tertiary qualification in engineering, architecture, project or construction management or in a related field.Experience working to an Established Project Management FrameworkExtensive experience in the procurement and management of external consultant project managersSignificant experience in delivering multiple concurrent major capital projects with experience in both client side and consultant side project managementSuperior supplier management skills with experience in leading and managing suppliers (consultants, contractors etc), and a proven ability to develop skills and behaviours in the supplier teams, to ensure the large workgroup delivers effectively on its expectations and deliverables Strong influencing and communication skills with a very wide audience of stakeholders in ways that ensures understanding and maximise engagement to influence outcomes.Proven professional writing skills with the ability to write detailed Project Control Group Reports and other such reports including Board papers, to communicate effectively to the project control group and executive teamHighly capable in the financial management of major capital projectsStrong Risk Management capabilities with regards to the delivery of capital projects including the establishment and active use of detailed risk registers for each project.Working knowledge of industry standard contracts including but not limited to AS2124, AS4300, Minor Works agreements, Professional ServicesCreative and innovative thinker who applies original thinking in approaches to job responsibilities and the delivery of capital projects to improve processes, methods, systems, or servicesWhat we offerExcellent career advancement working for a Victorian Government organisation.Initial 3 year fixed term contract.Competitive remuneration of $119,571 - $140,234 + superHave a question before applying? Please contact Roger Joseph at roger.joseph@randstad.com.au or 0403321969. Please apply via the link. Application Closing date: Sunday 3rd October 2021At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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