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      • grafton, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$900 - AU$1,100 per day
      • full-time
      About the Role The role provides efficient and effective project/contract management services to road, brodge and maintenance projects to ensure they are developed and delivered to specified objectives.Key Responsibilities Lead the investigation, design, estimating and procurement processes for nominated projects to deliver required objectivesManage the development, tendering, awarding and administration of professional service, construction and maintenance contractsLead multidisciplinary project teams to drive project objectives and targets through mentoring and coachingBuild and maintain effective working relationships and collaborate with customers, colleagues, stakeholders and partners to manage risk and influence sustainable outcomes on projectsKey Requirements A four year engineering degree from an Australian University or equivalent overseas qualifications or a reated disciplineA current and valid Australian motor vehicle driving licence and willingness to work outside regular working hours and travel on occasionBroad experience in either project development and/or implementation of road, bridge and traffic infrastructure construction or maintenance projectsProven experience in the delivery and management of road related projects and in the implementation of community and stakeholer involvement startegiesThis role will require the person to be either based in the Grafton/Port Macquarie area on a full time basis or travel to these areas as when required. To apply for this role, please send an up-to-date resume to daniel.flatley@randstad.com.au or call 0409 417 798 to dicsuss the role in further detail. 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.
      About the Role The role provides efficient and effective project/contract management services to road, brodge and maintenance projects to ensure they are developed and delivered to specified objectives.Key Responsibilities Lead the investigation, design, estimating and procurement processes for nominated projects to deliver required objectivesManage the development, tendering, awarding and administration of professional service, construction and maintenance contractsLead multidisciplinary project teams to drive project objectives and targets through mentoring and coachingBuild and maintain effective working relationships and collaborate with customers, colleagues, stakeholders and partners to manage risk and influence sustainable outcomes on projectsKey Requirements A four year engineering degree from an Australian University or equivalent overseas qualifications or a reated disciplineA current and valid Australian motor vehicle driving licence and willingness to work outside regular working hours and travel on occasionBroad experience in either project development and/or implementation of road, bridge and traffic infrastructure construction or maintenance projectsProven experience in the delivery and management of road related projects and in the implementation of community and stakeholer involvement startegiesThis role will require the person to be either based in the Grafton/Port Macquarie area on a full time basis or travel to these areas as when required. To apply for this role, please send an up-to-date resume to daniel.flatley@randstad.com.au or call 0409 417 798 to dicsuss the role in further detail. 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
      • contract
      • AU$55.40 - AU$62.90, per hour, + 10 % super
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently seeking project officers who promote Health and Wellbeing for our Victorian Government client. Our partnering department is looking for someone enthusiastic and not afraid of a challenge whilst making a positive difference and impact on education in Victoria, the Education State.About your new roleAs a committed team player, the Project Officer is responsible for the development and implementation of the review of the Schools and Regional Services program, providing high-quality advice, resources and professional learning opportunities to schools and regional school improvement staff to support their engagement with the review process.What you will need to exceedExperience in monitoring, analysing and reporting of data and evidence.Experience in the development of resources to support the implementation and refinement of projects. Be able to support ongoing procurement and budget management processes.Problem-solving skills, time management and initiative. Your new companyComprises of 17 areas within four regions, supported by five divisions in central office – New Schools and Education Plans, Performance, School Operations and State-wide Services, Bastow Institute for Educational Leadership and Security and Emergency Management.Next stepsIf you are currently on the search for current opportunities please email your most up to date CV to Patrick.Conlon@randstad.com.au and I will endeavour to reach out to you. 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.
      Randstad is currently seeking project officers who promote Health and Wellbeing for our Victorian Government client. Our partnering department is looking for someone enthusiastic and not afraid of a challenge whilst making a positive difference and impact on education in Victoria, the Education State.About your new roleAs a committed team player, the Project Officer is responsible for the development and implementation of the review of the Schools and Regional Services program, providing high-quality advice, resources and professional learning opportunities to schools and regional school improvement staff to support their engagement with the review process.What you will need to exceedExperience in monitoring, analysing and reporting of data and evidence.Experience in the development of resources to support the implementation and refinement of projects. Be able to support ongoing procurement and budget management processes.Problem-solving skills, time management and initiative. Your new companyComprises of 17 areas within four regions, supported by five divisions in central office – New Schools and Education Plans, Performance, School Operations and State-wide Services, Bastow Institute for Educational Leadership and Security and Emergency Management.Next stepsIf you are currently on the search for current opportunities please email your most up to date CV to Patrick.Conlon@randstad.com.au and I will endeavour to reach out to you. 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.
      • ipswich, queensland
      • temporary
      • full-time
      - November start date! - Exceptional hourly rate $41.31per hour + super - Located in the heart of Ipswich CBD close to public transportRandstad is currently partnering with a well known large Government Department on an exciting new opportunity. Due to growth within the department we are actively seeking resilient and motivated customer service officers who have previous experience working within a high volume capacity who will provide professional customer service to wider Queenslanders. Successful candidates will come from a background with at least 2+ years of high volume inbound and outbound call centre experience. You will be persistent and will display high empathy when dealing with customers. Key Responsibilities of your new opportunity:Provide high levels of professional customer service Adhere to client engagement standards Analysing and interpreting legislation Make good judgment in order to make effective decisions High level of accurate data entry Ensure you meet and comply with deadlines Experience achieving KPIS Will work as a team player Work collaboratively to identify improvementsAbout you:Experience in debt collection is highly desirable but not essentialExperience in a high volume inbound and outbound call centre mandatory Exceptional communication both written and verbalAbility to adapt to new systems Able to interact with a client base Show persistence when dealing with customers You will have high levels of resilience and negotiation skills Ability to interpret legislation What’s in it for you?You will receive the opportunity to further develop your skills whilst working for a well known Government department.This opportunity won’t be available for long. Please click on the apply button to be considered for this opportunity. Please appreciate that only successful candidates will be contacted to progress to the next stage.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.
      - November start date! - Exceptional hourly rate $41.31per hour + super - Located in the heart of Ipswich CBD close to public transportRandstad is currently partnering with a well known large Government Department on an exciting new opportunity. Due to growth within the department we are actively seeking resilient and motivated customer service officers who have previous experience working within a high volume capacity who will provide professional customer service to wider Queenslanders. Successful candidates will come from a background with at least 2+ years of high volume inbound and outbound call centre experience. You will be persistent and will display high empathy when dealing with customers. Key Responsibilities of your new opportunity:Provide high levels of professional customer service Adhere to client engagement standards Analysing and interpreting legislation Make good judgment in order to make effective decisions High level of accurate data entry Ensure you meet and comply with deadlines Experience achieving KPIS Will work as a team player Work collaboratively to identify improvementsAbout you:Experience in debt collection is highly desirable but not essentialExperience in a high volume inbound and outbound call centre mandatory Exceptional communication both written and verbalAbility to adapt to new systems Able to interact with a client base Show persistence when dealing with customers You will have high levels of resilience and negotiation skills Ability to interpret legislation What’s in it for you?You will receive the opportunity to further develop your skills whilst working for a well known Government department.This opportunity won’t be available for long. Please click on the apply button to be considered for this opportunity. Please appreciate that only successful candidates will be contacted to progress to the next stage.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.
      • ipswich, queensland
      • temporary
      • full-time
      - November start date! - Exceptional hourly rate $41.31per hour + super - Located in the heart of Ipswich CBD close to public transportRandstad is currently partnering with a well known large Government Department on an exciting new opportunity. Due to growth within the department we are actively seeking resilient and motivated customer service officers who have previous experience working within a high volume capacity who will provide professional customer service to wider Queenslanders. Successful candidates will come from a background with at least 2+ years of high volume inbound and outbound call centre experience. You will be persistent and will display high empathy when dealing with customers. Key Responsibilities of your new opportunity:Provide high levels of professional customer service Adhere to client engagement standards Analysing and interpreting legislation Make good judgment in order to make effective decisions High level of accurate data entry Ensure you meet and comply with deadlines Experience achieving KPIS Will work as a team player Work collaboratively to identify improvementsAbout you:Experience in debt collection is highly desirable but not essentialExperience in a high volume inbound and outbound call centre mandatory Exceptional communication both written and verbalAbility to adapt to new systems Able to interact with a client base Show persistence when dealing with customers You will have high levels of resilience and negotiation skills Ability to interpret legislation What’s in it for you?You will receive the opportunity to further develop your skills whilst working for a well known Government department.This opportunity won’t be available for long. Please click on the apply button to be considered for this opportunity. Please appreciate that only successful candidates will be contacted to progress to the next stage.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.
      - November start date! - Exceptional hourly rate $41.31per hour + super - Located in the heart of Ipswich CBD close to public transportRandstad is currently partnering with a well known large Government Department on an exciting new opportunity. Due to growth within the department we are actively seeking resilient and motivated customer service officers who have previous experience working within a high volume capacity who will provide professional customer service to wider Queenslanders. Successful candidates will come from a background with at least 2+ years of high volume inbound and outbound call centre experience. You will be persistent and will display high empathy when dealing with customers. Key Responsibilities of your new opportunity:Provide high levels of professional customer service Adhere to client engagement standards Analysing and interpreting legislation Make good judgment in order to make effective decisions High level of accurate data entry Ensure you meet and comply with deadlines Experience achieving KPIS Will work as a team player Work collaboratively to identify improvementsAbout you:Experience in debt collection is highly desirable but not essentialExperience in a high volume inbound and outbound call centre mandatory Exceptional communication both written and verbalAbility to adapt to new systems Able to interact with a client base Show persistence when dealing with customers You will have high levels of resilience and negotiation skills Ability to interpret legislation What’s in it for you?You will receive the opportunity to further develop your skills whilst working for a well known Government department.This opportunity won’t be available for long. Please click on the apply button to be considered for this opportunity. Please appreciate that only successful candidates will be contacted to progress to the next stage.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
      • contract
      • AU$78.46 - AU$105.00, per hour, + 10 % super
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently seeking experienced passionate professionals who promote Health and Wellbeing for our Victorian Government client (VET). About your new roleAs a committed team player, the Project Analyst Manager is responsible for providing high-level policy advice and project management expertise. The position plays a proactive role in knowledge management topromote program and project management methods and standards, and the implementation of best programand project management practice.What you will need to exceedGovernemnt ExperienceProvide specialist advice on policy issues to internal and external stakeholders.Complete evaluation of the service, product or deliverables of the contract or project.Identify and document program or project risks and issues, and develop effective management strategies.Use appropriate project management planning and monitoring tools to track project progress.Your new companyProvides policy advice and support to projects across the department and helps inform the development andongoing management of an optimised portfolio, ensuring senior management decisions lead to the achievement ofstrategic objectives through the delivery of programs and projects.Next stepsIf you are currently on the search for current opportunities please email your most upto date CV to Patrick.Conlon@randstad.com.au and I will endeavour to reach out to you. 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.
      Randstad is currently seeking experienced passionate professionals who promote Health and Wellbeing for our Victorian Government client (VET). About your new roleAs a committed team player, the Project Analyst Manager is responsible for providing high-level policy advice and project management expertise. The position plays a proactive role in knowledge management topromote program and project management methods and standards, and the implementation of best programand project management practice.What you will need to exceedGovernemnt ExperienceProvide specialist advice on policy issues to internal and external stakeholders.Complete evaluation of the service, product or deliverables of the contract or project.Identify and document program or project risks and issues, and develop effective management strategies.Use appropriate project management planning and monitoring tools to track project progress.Your new companyProvides policy advice and support to projects across the department and helps inform the development andongoing management of an optimised portfolio, ensuring senior management decisions lead to the achievement ofstrategic objectives through the delivery of programs and projects.Next stepsIf you are currently on the search for current opportunities please email your most upto date CV to Patrick.Conlon@randstad.com.au and I will endeavour to reach out to you. 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.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • temporary
      • AU$26.00 - AU$31.45 per hour
      • part-time
      Who we areThis northern based leisure centre is one of Adelaide’s leading outdoor aquatic centres. Located in the City of Tea Tree Gully, Waterworld boasts three swimming pools, three waterslides and a children’s interactive splash pad area. The roleRandstad is now recruiting experienced swimming instructors for Waterworld for September 2021 - April 2022. Waterworld runs a Learn to Swim program which offers swimming lessons 6 days a week for children as young as 6 months old through to adults. Successful applicants will need to be available for part/all of these lesson times.As a Swimming Instructor, you will have a desire to encourage people of all ages to learn the vital life skill of swimming. You will be energetic and enjoy working with children and adults. Teaching swimming techniques, swimming strokes, and water safety guidelines to studentsFoster confidence in waterMonitoring the progress of students and adjusting teaching programs accordingly QualificationsSwimming Instructors are required to possess all the following certificates:AUSTSWIM Certificate / Active TrainingProvide CPRChild Related DCSI ClearanceChild Safe Environments Certificate (Responding to Abuse and Neglect)How to applyTo be successful in securing a position, you will hold all of the above certificates, or be willing to obtain copies prior to commencement. You will be available and flexible with shifts throughout the year, you will be highly energetic, motivated, personable and you will have a strong work ethic.If you are interested in working as a Swim Instructor this summer, please apply using the below link. If you have any questions, please contact Sofia Sy - sofia.sy@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.
      Who we areThis northern based leisure centre is one of Adelaide’s leading outdoor aquatic centres. Located in the City of Tea Tree Gully, Waterworld boasts three swimming pools, three waterslides and a children’s interactive splash pad area. The roleRandstad is now recruiting experienced swimming instructors for Waterworld for September 2021 - April 2022. Waterworld runs a Learn to Swim program which offers swimming lessons 6 days a week for children as young as 6 months old through to adults. Successful applicants will need to be available for part/all of these lesson times.As a Swimming Instructor, you will have a desire to encourage people of all ages to learn the vital life skill of swimming. You will be energetic and enjoy working with children and adults. Teaching swimming techniques, swimming strokes, and water safety guidelines to studentsFoster confidence in waterMonitoring the progress of students and adjusting teaching programs accordingly QualificationsSwimming Instructors are required to possess all the following certificates:AUSTSWIM Certificate / Active TrainingProvide CPRChild Related DCSI ClearanceChild Safe Environments Certificate (Responding to Abuse and Neglect)How to applyTo be successful in securing a position, you will hold all of the above certificates, or be willing to obtain copies prior to commencement. You will be available and flexible with shifts throughout the year, you will be highly energetic, motivated, personable and you will have a strong work ethic.If you are interested in working as a Swim Instructor this summer, please apply using the below link. If you have any questions, please contact Sofia Sy - sofia.sy@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.
      • geelong, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$51.50 - AU$51.50, per hour, 10% Super, attractive salary
      • full-time
      As an APS6 Data Analyst, you will be required to undertake complex work, guided by legislation, policies, procedures, standards, methodologies and precedents. The APS6 Data Analyst professional will enter a team membership position working within defined parameters relating to their area of responsibility and will be accountable under limited supervision to undertake moderately complex to complex work. This team, working within the Partner and Contact Centre Division provides a range of services, including data reporting and analysis, operational admin, workforce management, partner communications as well as the coordination and support of broader projects.For the right candidate, this exciting position exists. For more information about what this role entails, contact me today for a confidential discussion.The APS6 Data Analyst responsibilities may include:Interpreting data, producing reports and analysing results using standard statistical techniques.Coordinating divisional and branch reporting requirements to monitor and track improvement and performance outcomes.Developing business functional requirements and resources, consistent with contractual, legislative and policy environments.Translating business metrics to inform internal stakeholder requirements including efficiency, improvement and performance outcomes to optimise customer experience.Designing and delivering workshops, communication and consultation resources that support complex systems and business information gathering and sharing.Establishing and implementing governance and compliance processes, dashboards and management systems to track branch and divisional performance against plans and targets.Implementing and maintaining audit and risk processes, controls and undertaking issues resolution.Please note, the parameters of these positions may overlap between APS levels.Tertiary level qualifications in a similar discipline or equivalent academic field and/or relevant experience in the workforce in a similar industry is Highly Desirable.***ONLY Applications received before 12pm next Wednesday the 20th October will be considered***Seeking applications and to meet virtually with those workforce stars who believe they fit the above key skills. Time and the opportunity to apply for these roles is limited, so apply with us today by clicking APPLY NOW or for a more detailed and confidential discussion email kris.middleton@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.
      As an APS6 Data Analyst, you will be required to undertake complex work, guided by legislation, policies, procedures, standards, methodologies and precedents. The APS6 Data Analyst professional will enter a team membership position working within defined parameters relating to their area of responsibility and will be accountable under limited supervision to undertake moderately complex to complex work. This team, working within the Partner and Contact Centre Division provides a range of services, including data reporting and analysis, operational admin, workforce management, partner communications as well as the coordination and support of broader projects.For the right candidate, this exciting position exists. For more information about what this role entails, contact me today for a confidential discussion.The APS6 Data Analyst responsibilities may include:Interpreting data, producing reports and analysing results using standard statistical techniques.Coordinating divisional and branch reporting requirements to monitor and track improvement and performance outcomes.Developing business functional requirements and resources, consistent with contractual, legislative and policy environments.Translating business metrics to inform internal stakeholder requirements including efficiency, improvement and performance outcomes to optimise customer experience.Designing and delivering workshops, communication and consultation resources that support complex systems and business information gathering and sharing.Establishing and implementing governance and compliance processes, dashboards and management systems to track branch and divisional performance against plans and targets.Implementing and maintaining audit and risk processes, controls and undertaking issues resolution.Please note, the parameters of these positions may overlap between APS levels.Tertiary level qualifications in a similar discipline or equivalent academic field and/or relevant experience in the workforce in a similar industry is Highly Desirable.***ONLY Applications received before 12pm next Wednesday the 20th October will be considered***Seeking applications and to meet virtually with those workforce stars who believe they fit the above key skills. Time and the opportunity to apply for these roles is limited, so apply with us today by clicking APPLY NOW or for a more detailed and confidential discussion email kris.middleton@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.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Apply your talent where it countsLeadership opportunity in a Defence project environmentEnjoy interesting work, variety, development and flexibility within a strong team cultureApply your talent where it counts as a Project Manager in Canberra, ACT. About the Opportunity The successful candidate will maintain the goodwill of the Customer and Internal Management, competently manage subcontractors and provide effective leadership to the project team. Responsibilities: Lead a small Project Team to successfully execute the Contract and is accountable for all aspects of project deliverables.Ensure that the project team achieves the required performance in terms of schedule, budget and technical requirements.Build and maintain strong Customer relationships by being a focal point for Customer contact.Identify project opportunities and risks and develop mitigation strategies for pursuit throughout contract phases. Monitor and report on the status of risks and opportunities.Act as a focal point for supplier/subcontract discussions.Provide direction to, and motivate the project team on a daily basis.Ensure that the project resource requirements, to meet current and future needs, are identified to the relevant Function Manager. About you As an ideal applicant for this opportunity, you’ll have:Tertiary level PM training Degree in a related allied discipline or equivalent or related Trade CertificateExperience in managing a small team within an allied function in a project environmentExperience with planning and performance responsibility for discrete outcomes within a projectProven ability in contract development/management Supplier Management experience As Defence security clearance is required for this role, applicants must be Australian citizens and eligible to obtain and maintain appropriate clearance. For the opportunity to become part of their high performing team and excellent culture, please click “apply now”. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond 0466 596 260. ref/ RANDEF 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.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.
      Apply your talent where it countsLeadership opportunity in a Defence project environmentEnjoy interesting work, variety, development and flexibility within a strong team cultureApply your talent where it counts as a Project Manager in Canberra, ACT. About the Opportunity The successful candidate will maintain the goodwill of the Customer and Internal Management, competently manage subcontractors and provide effective leadership to the project team. Responsibilities: Lead a small Project Team to successfully execute the Contract and is accountable for all aspects of project deliverables.Ensure that the project team achieves the required performance in terms of schedule, budget and technical requirements.Build and maintain strong Customer relationships by being a focal point for Customer contact.Identify project opportunities and risks and develop mitigation strategies for pursuit throughout contract phases. Monitor and report on the status of risks and opportunities.Act as a focal point for supplier/subcontract discussions.Provide direction to, and motivate the project team on a daily basis.Ensure that the project resource requirements, to meet current and future needs, are identified to the relevant Function Manager. About you As an ideal applicant for this opportunity, you’ll have:Tertiary level PM training Degree in a related allied discipline or equivalent or related Trade CertificateExperience in managing a small team within an allied function in a project environmentExperience with planning and performance responsibility for discrete outcomes within a projectProven ability in contract development/management Supplier Management experience As Defence security clearance is required for this role, applicants must be Australian citizens and eligible to obtain and maintain appropriate clearance. For the opportunity to become part of their high performing team and excellent culture, please click “apply now”. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond 0466 596 260. ref/ RANDEF 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.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.
      • surry hills, new south wales
      • contract
      • AU$750 - AU$900 per day
      • full-time
      An exciting opportunity is now available for an experienced IT Procurement Manager to join a reputable Public Sector agency in Sydney.There will be a strong scope of work involved with strategic sourcing and assisting in managing category plans and developing strategies within their IT & Professional services spend as well as meeting stakeholder needs and expectations.Key Responsibilities:Implementation and management of category plans with the objective to manage risk and develop alternate sources of supplyContract management and negotiations including modificationsProvide high level advice and guidance to the business across the IT Spend from a procurement perspective including strategic sourcing, contract managementManagement of procurement processes, systems and proceduresProviding support and key guidance to team members as well as senior managementProvide support to pricing reviews and contract re-negotiation, manage performance reviews, resolving supplier performance matters and incidentsKey Requirements:3 - 5 years minimum experience in Category Management across IT & professional services within a large organisationRelevant tertiary qualifications in supply Chain or business management risk or similarDemonstrated experience in developing effective category and procurement strategies, lead commercial negotiations and manage across the lifecycleExperience in working with a technology team and senior managementHighly developed communication, interpersonal and negotiation skills with an ability to develop and maintain professional and respected working relationships with other team members, clients, management and vendors.Government experience is preferred.If you are interested and immediately available, please apply to this ad or alternatively, send your CV to Michelle Wakim via michelle.wakim@randstad.com.au. 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.
      An exciting opportunity is now available for an experienced IT Procurement Manager to join a reputable Public Sector agency in Sydney.There will be a strong scope of work involved with strategic sourcing and assisting in managing category plans and developing strategies within their IT & Professional services spend as well as meeting stakeholder needs and expectations.Key Responsibilities:Implementation and management of category plans with the objective to manage risk and develop alternate sources of supplyContract management and negotiations including modificationsProvide high level advice and guidance to the business across the IT Spend from a procurement perspective including strategic sourcing, contract managementManagement of procurement processes, systems and proceduresProviding support and key guidance to team members as well as senior managementProvide support to pricing reviews and contract re-negotiation, manage performance reviews, resolving supplier performance matters and incidentsKey Requirements:3 - 5 years minimum experience in Category Management across IT & professional services within a large organisationRelevant tertiary qualifications in supply Chain or business management risk or similarDemonstrated experience in developing effective category and procurement strategies, lead commercial negotiations and manage across the lifecycleExperience in working with a technology team and senior managementHighly developed communication, interpersonal and negotiation skills with an ability to develop and maintain professional and respected working relationships with other team members, clients, management and vendors.Government experience is preferred.If you are interested and immediately available, please apply to this ad or alternatively, send your CV to Michelle Wakim via michelle.wakim@randstad.com.au. 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.
      • geelong, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$520 - AU$550, per day, 10% Super, attractive salary
      • full-time
      This exciting opportunity exists for an EL1 Project Manager, whose role will be to drive the delivery of projects (including the planning, monitoring and management) using this organisations frameworks. Working closely with the Finance team members and business leads you will be tasked with delivering the Organisations key initiatives.As a Project Management professional you will enter a team management and project position working within defined parameters relating to your area of responsibility and will be accountable under limited supervision to undertake complex project work. If you for the right candidates. For more information about what these roles entail, contact me today for a confidential discussion.Your responsibilities include:Having a sound understanding and knowledge base of the organisations purpose, priorities, reforms and have the ability to influence outcomes.Having the ability to project manage methodologies and deliver high quality outcomes that address business needs within a complex environment.Actively able to contribute to project tasks with a strong focus on delivery and stakeholder engagement.Defining project work plans and support project leads in the driving progress, monitoring and reporting against milestones and deliverables.Manage the governance of the project against the organisations frameworks and escalate concerns as necessary.Manage multiple priorities while producing high quality outputs within agreed timeframes.Build and manage collaborative relationships with organisational work groups and stakeholders to support effective collaborations.Develop innovative solutions to issues effecting delivery of the Project(s).Ensure project workforce coverage and manage the project estimating activitiesDeliver and maintain project artefacts including, project management, change and risk plans, budget, resourcing, scheduling and performance reporting to assure integrity of the project, along with high level executive briefing material to assist in providing stakeholder assurance of project progress.To be a successful member of this team you will:have a positive contemporary attitude to understanding the needs of this organisations clients.have experience in applying project management methodologies to drive delivery and outcomes.be action oriented and resourceful in navigating complex environments and initiativeshave outstanding communication and interpersonal skills to develop and maintain networks.be flexible and adaptive and have the ability to move forward in periods of ambiguityhave high levels of integrity and professionalism and able to support this organisations values and mission.Your desirable and required qualities:3-5 years project management experience, including 1-3 years’ experience in a consulting firm.Demonstrated experience delivering small to medium sized projectsFormal Project Management Qualifications.Experience with a variety of project management methodologies, including AgileChange management experienceYour working environment:working in an open office environment (exposure to general workplace chatter)working from home on occasionmanaging demanding and changing workloads and competing prioritiesworking alonesignificant periods of sitting at a counter / or deskoperating a telephone / computercomputer/screen based workrequirement to read or otherwise extract information from printed material / signagehigh levels of phone usageattending meetings for extended periodsPlease note, only consider applying if you meet the key desirables.Tertiary level qualifications in a Project management discipline or equivalent academic field and/or relevant 3 to 5 years experience in the workforce in a similar industry is highly desirable.***ONLY Applications received before 12pm Wednesday the 20th October will be considered***Seeking applications and to meet virtually with those workforce stars who believe they fit the above key skills. Time and the opportunity to apply for these roles is limited, so apply with us today by clicking APPLY NOW or for a more detailed and confidential discussion email kris.middleton@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 exciting opportunity exists for an EL1 Project Manager, whose role will be to drive the delivery of projects (including the planning, monitoring and management) using this organisations frameworks. Working closely with the Finance team members and business leads you will be tasked with delivering the Organisations key initiatives.As a Project Management professional you will enter a team management and project position working within defined parameters relating to your area of responsibility and will be accountable under limited supervision to undertake complex project work. If you for the right candidates. For more information about what these roles entail, contact me today for a confidential discussion.Your responsibilities include:Having a sound understanding and knowledge base of the organisations purpose, priorities, reforms and have the ability to influence outcomes.Having the ability to project manage methodologies and deliver high quality outcomes that address business needs within a complex environment.Actively able to contribute to project tasks with a strong focus on delivery and stakeholder engagement.Defining project work plans and support project leads in the driving progress, monitoring and reporting against milestones and deliverables.Manage the governance of the project against the organisations frameworks and escalate concerns as necessary.Manage multiple priorities while producing high quality outputs within agreed timeframes.Build and manage collaborative relationships with organisational work groups and stakeholders to support effective collaborations.Develop innovative solutions to issues effecting delivery of the Project(s).Ensure project workforce coverage and manage the project estimating activitiesDeliver and maintain project artefacts including, project management, change and risk plans, budget, resourcing, scheduling and performance reporting to assure integrity of the project, along with high level executive briefing material to assist in providing stakeholder assurance of project progress.To be a successful member of this team you will:have a positive contemporary attitude to understanding the needs of this organisations clients.have experience in applying project management methodologies to drive delivery and outcomes.be action oriented and resourceful in navigating complex environments and initiativeshave outstanding communication and interpersonal skills to develop and maintain networks.be flexible and adaptive and have the ability to move forward in periods of ambiguityhave high levels of integrity and professionalism and able to support this organisations values and mission.Your desirable and required qualities:3-5 years project management experience, including 1-3 years’ experience in a consulting firm.Demonstrated experience delivering small to medium sized projectsFormal Project Management Qualifications.Experience with a variety of project management methodologies, including AgileChange management experienceYour working environment:working in an open office environment (exposure to general workplace chatter)working from home on occasionmanaging demanding and changing workloads and competing prioritiesworking alonesignificant periods of sitting at a counter / or deskoperating a telephone / computercomputer/screen based workrequirement to read or otherwise extract information from printed material / signagehigh levels of phone usageattending meetings for extended periodsPlease note, only consider applying if you meet the key desirables.Tertiary level qualifications in a Project management discipline or equivalent academic field and/or relevant 3 to 5 years experience in the workforce in a similar industry is highly desirable.***ONLY Applications received before 12pm Wednesday the 20th October will be considered***Seeking applications and to meet virtually with those workforce stars who believe they fit the above key skills. Time and the opportunity to apply for these roles is limited, so apply with us today by clicking APPLY NOW or for a more detailed and confidential discussion email kris.middleton@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.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • contract
      • full-time
      A reputable Public Sector agency is now looking for an experienced Contracts Officer to join their team to work across multiple live projects.Key accountabilities:Engage in procurement activities, mainly contract managementUnderstanding of SAP Procurement Modules is highly desirable and AribaLiaising with other business units to address and identify impacts of changes with reference to regulations, financial impact and forecasting any issuesContribute to reporting on financial, administrative and statutory matters, including complaints resolution related to several cateogoriesEngage with and report on procurement processes and supplier relationshipsCandidate Criteria:Previous experience with contract management, ideally with NSW Government across multiple categories such as construction, ICT and professional and servicesDegree , diploma or CIPS qualificationMust have exceptional communication skills and confidence to deal directly with suppliersWell organised, driven and a keen eye for attention to detailAn attitude to hit the ground running and take on any challengesSAP Ariba experience is highly desirableHow to apply:If you are interested in the role, please press APPLY NOW or please email Michelle Wakim at michelle.wakim@randstad.com.au. 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.
      A reputable Public Sector agency is now looking for an experienced Contracts Officer to join their team to work across multiple live projects.Key accountabilities:Engage in procurement activities, mainly contract managementUnderstanding of SAP Procurement Modules is highly desirable and AribaLiaising with other business units to address and identify impacts of changes with reference to regulations, financial impact and forecasting any issuesContribute to reporting on financial, administrative and statutory matters, including complaints resolution related to several cateogoriesEngage with and report on procurement processes and supplier relationshipsCandidate Criteria:Previous experience with contract management, ideally with NSW Government across multiple categories such as construction, ICT and professional and servicesDegree , diploma or CIPS qualificationMust have exceptional communication skills and confidence to deal directly with suppliersWell organised, driven and a keen eye for attention to detailAn attitude to hit the ground running and take on any challengesSAP Ariba experience is highly desirableHow to apply:If you are interested in the role, please press APPLY NOW or please email Michelle Wakim at michelle.wakim@randstad.com.au. 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.
      • geelong, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$45.74 - AU$45.74, per hour, 10% Super, attractive salary
      • full-time
      As an APS5 Business Analyst you will be accountable, under limited supervision to undertake moderately complex to complex work. You will be tasked with reviewing assigned business processes from end to end, assisting to identify risks and opportunities for improvement. This is a team membership position working within defined parameters relating to your area of responsibility.This exciting position exists at an APS5 level for the right candidate. For more information about what these roles entail, contact me today for a confidential discussion.The APS5 Business Analyst responsibilities may include:Monitoring and collating data and identifying and prioritising business demands.Analysing trends and emerging issues.Supporting the creation of dashboards across the branch to track key leading and lagging metrics.Preparing high quality performance reports.Supporting the implementation of business solutions by building relationships and partnerships with key stakeholders.Providing support to team members and peers through collaboration and clear communication.Supporting business continuity analysis, design, implementation and validation activities.Your working environment may include :working in an open office environment (exposure to general workplace chatter)working from home on occasionmanaging demanding and changing workloads and competing prioritiesworking alonesignificant periods of sitting at a counter / or deskoperating a telephone / computercomputer/screen based workrequirement to read or otherwise extract information from printed material / signagehigh levels of phone usageattending meetings for extended periodsTertiary level qualifications in a HR discipline or equivalent academic field and/or relevant experience in the workforce in a similar industry is highly regarded.***ONLY Applications received before 4pm this Thursday the 15th October will be considered***Seeking applications and to meet virtually with those workforce stars who believe they fit the above key skills. Time and the opportunity to apply for these roles is limited, so apply with us today by clicking APPLY NOW or for a more detailed and confidential discussion email kris.middleton@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.
      As an APS5 Business Analyst you will be accountable, under limited supervision to undertake moderately complex to complex work. You will be tasked with reviewing assigned business processes from end to end, assisting to identify risks and opportunities for improvement. This is a team membership position working within defined parameters relating to your area of responsibility.This exciting position exists at an APS5 level for the right candidate. For more information about what these roles entail, contact me today for a confidential discussion.The APS5 Business Analyst responsibilities may include:Monitoring and collating data and identifying and prioritising business demands.Analysing trends and emerging issues.Supporting the creation of dashboards across the branch to track key leading and lagging metrics.Preparing high quality performance reports.Supporting the implementation of business solutions by building relationships and partnerships with key stakeholders.Providing support to team members and peers through collaboration and clear communication.Supporting business continuity analysis, design, implementation and validation activities.Your working environment may include :working in an open office environment (exposure to general workplace chatter)working from home on occasionmanaging demanding and changing workloads and competing prioritiesworking alonesignificant periods of sitting at a counter / or deskoperating a telephone / computercomputer/screen based workrequirement to read or otherwise extract information from printed material / signagehigh levels of phone usageattending meetings for extended periodsTertiary level qualifications in a HR discipline or equivalent academic field and/or relevant experience in the workforce in a similar industry is highly regarded.***ONLY Applications received before 4pm this Thursday the 15th October will be considered***Seeking applications and to meet virtually with those workforce stars who believe they fit the above key skills. Time and the opportunity to apply for these roles is limited, so apply with us today by clicking APPLY NOW or for a more detailed and confidential discussion email kris.middleton@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.
      • geelong, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$45.74 - AU$45.74, per hour, 10% Super, attractive salary
      • full-time
      As an APS5 BSO Manager you will be accountable, under limited supervision to undertake moderately complex to complex work. You will enter a team membership position managing day to day operations and the workload allocation of the Business Support Officer Team whilst working within defined parameters relating to your area of responsibility.This exciting position exists at an APS5 level for the right candidate. For more information about what these roles entail, contact me today for a confidential discussion.The APS5 responsibilities may include:Managing performance targets, work flow, training and development of Business Support Officers within the branch.Contributing to continuous improvement of processes and associated guidance materials.Collaborating with the team to respond to participant enquiries, ensuring participants are informed and can access relevant information.Undertaking research and contributing to reports.Managing diaries and appointments, telephone enquiries and escalations.Coordinating and organising executive meetings and community forums.Recording and managing complaints and other feedback in the Organisations database.Your working environment :working in an open office environment (exposure to general workplace chatter)working from home on occasionmanaging demanding and changing workloads and competing prioritiesworking alonesignificant periods of sitting at a counter / or deskoperating a telephone / computercomputer/screen based workrequirement to read or otherwise extract information from printed material / signagehigh levels of phone usageattending meetings for extended periodsPlease note, the parameters of these positions may overlap between APS level.Tertiary level qualifications in a HR discipline or equivalent academic field and/or relevant experience in the workforce in a similar industry.***ONLY Applications received before 4pm this Thursday the 15th October will be considered***Seeking applications and to meet virtually with those workforce stars who believe they fit the above key skills. Time and the opportunity to apply for these roles is limited, so apply with us today by clicking APPLY NOW or for a more detailed and confidential discussion email kris.middleton@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.
      As an APS5 BSO Manager you will be accountable, under limited supervision to undertake moderately complex to complex work. You will enter a team membership position managing day to day operations and the workload allocation of the Business Support Officer Team whilst working within defined parameters relating to your area of responsibility.This exciting position exists at an APS5 level for the right candidate. For more information about what these roles entail, contact me today for a confidential discussion.The APS5 responsibilities may include:Managing performance targets, work flow, training and development of Business Support Officers within the branch.Contributing to continuous improvement of processes and associated guidance materials.Collaborating with the team to respond to participant enquiries, ensuring participants are informed and can access relevant information.Undertaking research and contributing to reports.Managing diaries and appointments, telephone enquiries and escalations.Coordinating and organising executive meetings and community forums.Recording and managing complaints and other feedback in the Organisations database.Your working environment :working in an open office environment (exposure to general workplace chatter)working from home on occasionmanaging demanding and changing workloads and competing prioritiesworking alonesignificant periods of sitting at a counter / or deskoperating a telephone / computercomputer/screen based workrequirement to read or otherwise extract information from printed material / signagehigh levels of phone usageattending meetings for extended periodsPlease note, the parameters of these positions may overlap between APS level.Tertiary level qualifications in a HR discipline or equivalent academic field and/or relevant experience in the workforce in a similar industry.***ONLY Applications received before 4pm this Thursday the 15th October will be considered***Seeking applications and to meet virtually with those workforce stars who believe they fit the above key skills. Time and the opportunity to apply for these roles is limited, so apply with us today by clicking APPLY NOW or for a more detailed and confidential discussion email kris.middleton@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.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Affirmative measure – Regulatory Services Officers – Corporate Services Level 3 (below barrier) (known as CS3BB) - APS 5 EquivalentPosition informationTitle - Affirmative Measure – Disability or Indigenous Regulatory Services OfficersBranch -Regulatory Services Assessment Team 1 - Entry Control and CoordinationDivision - Regulatory OversightLocation - All CASA Office locationsClassification - Corporate Services Level 3 (Below Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent)/Non-ongoing (temporary)Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - NoContact Officer - Kate Dalrymple 02 6217 1532 kate.dalrymple@casa.gov.au Closing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionAs part of CASA’s Regulatory Oversight Division, and within the Regulatory Services Team 1, the Entry Control and Coordination Section is responsible for the coordination and processing of regulatory service applications from the civil aviation industry. The Regulatory Services Officer works collaboratively with various stakeholders to effective coordinate and deliver regulatory services tasks. This includes the processing of complex applications, interpreting legislation and managing the escalation of urgent enquiries. The Regulatory Services Officer provides support to their peers and administrative support to the Regulatory Services Assessment Teams and other areas of the Division as required. This is a diverse role, requiring a high level of customer service and stakeholder liaison skills, including the management of complex enquiries and workflow coordination. The Regulatory Services Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Work as part of a nationally geographically dispersed team in the delivery of timely and accurate processing of regulatory services tasks and reporting activities, in line with published procedures and in compliance with current legislation.Support peers with complex applications and share knowledge to ensure compliance with business processes and efficient service delivery. Provide administrative support to the inspectorate across CASA’s various Regulatory Services Teams, ensuring procedures and processes are current and in line with the regulations. Provide consistent advice to industry in accordance with legislation and procedures.As required, work flexibly within the team to coordinate workflow, and support the delivery of regulatory services, including the prioritisation of urgent requests and escalations. Provide specialised advice regarding the development and improvement of regulatory services standards, processes, and policies, Attend industry meetings and with stakeholders from across CASA, as required.Assist in the development of content for briefings, workshops, and training programmes for educating CASA and industry stakeholders.Collate and maintain accurate data for regulatory services reporting and provide reporting to management as requested.Identify and mitigate risks that may impact your own and wider work area..Foster an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engages stakeholders with effective and considered communication working collaboratively to deliver regulatory services.Works supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful, and equitable manner.Promote workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values and Behaviours.Our ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have highly developed (written and oral) communication skills, particularly in building and maintaining networking relationships with stakeholders. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience managing a range of administrative support and coordination of complex regulatory service activities, including the ability to handle competing priorities within a fast-paced and dynamic environment.Demonstrated problem-solving skills with the ability to develop and implement procedures, improve processes, provide flexible solutions, and achieve results. Demonstrated experience in writing briefings and reports, including the preparation of material suitable for technical and non-technical audiences.Knowledge of or ability to acquire an understanding of regulatory services and/or surveillance frameworks, practices and systems.Understanding of Australia’s civil aviation legislation or ability to acquire this knowledge quickly Stakeholder management skills including the ability to liaise effectively with stakeholders, working collaboratively and manage key relationships to successfully achieve outcomes Demonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective CASA employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under section 8(1) of the 'Racial Discrimination Act 1975' and under Section 27 of the Australian Public Service Commissioner’s Direction 2016. This vacancy is only available to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait people, or people with disability. To be engaged under the Affirmative Measures provision, evidence of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Australian heritage or disability may be required.How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a Two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you take into consideration position information, key capabilities, skills, experience and CASA Values (minimum font 11 point)Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.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.
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Affirmative measure – Regulatory Services Officers – Corporate Services Level 3 (below barrier) (known as CS3BB) - APS 5 EquivalentPosition informationTitle - Affirmative Measure – Disability or Indigenous Regulatory Services OfficersBranch -Regulatory Services Assessment Team 1 - Entry Control and CoordinationDivision - Regulatory OversightLocation - All CASA Office locationsClassification - Corporate Services Level 3 (Below Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent)/Non-ongoing (temporary)Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - NoContact Officer - Kate Dalrymple 02 6217 1532 kate.dalrymple@casa.gov.au Closing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionAs part of CASA’s Regulatory Oversight Division, and within the Regulatory Services Team 1, the Entry Control and Coordination Section is responsible for the coordination and processing of regulatory service applications from the civil aviation industry. The Regulatory Services Officer works collaboratively with various stakeholders to effective coordinate and deliver regulatory services tasks. This includes the processing of complex applications, interpreting legislation and managing the escalation of urgent enquiries. The Regulatory Services Officer provides support to their peers and administrative support to the Regulatory Services Assessment Teams and other areas of the Division as required. This is a diverse role, requiring a high level of customer service and stakeholder liaison skills, including the management of complex enquiries and workflow coordination. The Regulatory Services Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Work as part of a nationally geographically dispersed team in the delivery of timely and accurate processing of regulatory services tasks and reporting activities, in line with published procedures and in compliance with current legislation.Support peers with complex applications and share knowledge to ensure compliance with business processes and efficient service delivery. Provide administrative support to the inspectorate across CASA’s various Regulatory Services Teams, ensuring procedures and processes are current and in line with the regulations. Provide consistent advice to industry in accordance with legislation and procedures.As required, work flexibly within the team to coordinate workflow, and support the delivery of regulatory services, including the prioritisation of urgent requests and escalations. Provide specialised advice regarding the development and improvement of regulatory services standards, processes, and policies, Attend industry meetings and with stakeholders from across CASA, as required.Assist in the development of content for briefings, workshops, and training programmes for educating CASA and industry stakeholders.Collate and maintain accurate data for regulatory services reporting and provide reporting to management as requested.Identify and mitigate risks that may impact your own and wider work area..Foster an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engages stakeholders with effective and considered communication working collaboratively to deliver regulatory services.Works supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful, and equitable manner.Promote workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values and Behaviours.Our ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have highly developed (written and oral) communication skills, particularly in building and maintaining networking relationships with stakeholders. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience managing a range of administrative support and coordination of complex regulatory service activities, including the ability to handle competing priorities within a fast-paced and dynamic environment.Demonstrated problem-solving skills with the ability to develop and implement procedures, improve processes, provide flexible solutions, and achieve results. Demonstrated experience in writing briefings and reports, including the preparation of material suitable for technical and non-technical audiences.Knowledge of or ability to acquire an understanding of regulatory services and/or surveillance frameworks, practices and systems.Understanding of Australia’s civil aviation legislation or ability to acquire this knowledge quickly Stakeholder management skills including the ability to liaise effectively with stakeholders, working collaboratively and manage key relationships to successfully achieve outcomes Demonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective CASA employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under section 8(1) of the 'Racial Discrimination Act 1975' and under Section 27 of the Australian Public Service Commissioner’s Direction 2016. This vacancy is only available to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait people, or people with disability. To be engaged under the Affirmative Measures provision, evidence of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Australian heritage or disability may be required.How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a Two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you take into consideration position information, key capabilities, skills, experience and CASA Values (minimum font 11 point)Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.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.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Regulatory Services Officers – Corporate Services Level 3 (below barrier) (known as CS3BB) - APS 5 EquivalentPosition informationTitle - Regulatory Services OfficersBranch - Regulatory Services Assessment Team 1 - Entry Control and CoordinationDivision - Regulatory OversightLocation - All CASA Office locationsClassification - Corporate Services Level 3 (Below Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent)/Non-ongoing (temporary)Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - NoContact Officer - Kate Dalrymple 02 6217 1532 kate.dalrymple@casa.gov.au Closing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionAs part of CASA’s Regulatory Oversight Division, and within the Regulatory Services Team 1, the Entry Control and Coordination Section is responsible for the coordination and processing of regulatory service applications from the civil aviation industry. The Regulatory Services Officer works collaboratively with various stakeholders to effective coordinate and deliver regulatory services tasks. This includes the processing of complex applications, interpreting legislation and managing the escalation of urgent enquiries. The Regulatory Services Officer provides support to their peers and administrative support to the Regulatory Services Assessment Teams and other areas of the Division as required. This is a diverse role, requiring a high level of customer service and stakeholder liaison skills, including the management of complex enquiries and workflow coordination. The Regulatory Services Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Work as part of a nationally geographically dispersed team in the delivery of timely and accurate processing of regulatory services tasks and reporting activities, in line with published procedures and in compliance with current legislation.Support peers with complex applications and share knowledge to ensure compliance with business processes and efficient service delivery. Provide administrative support to the inspectorate across CASA’s various Regulatory Services Teams, ensuring procedures and processes are current and in line with the regulations. Provide consistent advice to industry in accordance with legislation and procedures.As required, work flexibly within the team to coordinate workflow, and support the delivery of regulatory services, including the prioritisation of urgent requests and escalations. Provide specialised advice regarding the development and improvement of regulatory services standards, processes, and policies, Attend industry meetings and with stakeholders from across CASA, as required.Assist in the development of content for briefings, workshops, and training programmes for educating CASA and industry stakeholders.Collate and maintain accurate data for regulatory services reporting and provide reporting to management as requested..Identify and mitigate risks that may impact your own and wider work area..Foster an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engages stakeholders with effective and considered communication working collaboratively to deliver regulatory services.Works supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful, and equitable manner.Promote workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values and Behaviours.Our ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have highly developed (written and oral) communication skills, particularly in building and maintaining networking relationships with stakeholders. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience managing a range of administrative support and coordination of complex regulatory service activities, including the ability to handle competing priorities within a fast-paced and dynamic environment.Demonstrated problem-solving skills with the ability to develop and implement procedures, improve processes, provide flexible solutions, and achieve results. Demonstrated experience in writing briefings and reports, including the preparation of material suitable for technical and non-technical audiences.Knowledge of or ability to acquire an understanding of regulatory services and/or surveillance frameworks, practices and systems.Understanding of Australia’s civil aviation legislation or ability to acquire this knowledge quickly Stakeholder management skills including the ability to liaise effectively with stakeholders, working collaboratively and manage key relationships to successfully achieve outcomes Demonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective CASA employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a Two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you take into consideration position information, key capabilities, skills, experience and CASA Values (minimum font 11 point), andPlease note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.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.
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Regulatory Services Officers – Corporate Services Level 3 (below barrier) (known as CS3BB) - APS 5 EquivalentPosition informationTitle - Regulatory Services OfficersBranch - Regulatory Services Assessment Team 1 - Entry Control and CoordinationDivision - Regulatory OversightLocation - All CASA Office locationsClassification - Corporate Services Level 3 (Below Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent)/Non-ongoing (temporary)Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - NoContact Officer - Kate Dalrymple 02 6217 1532 kate.dalrymple@casa.gov.au Closing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionAs part of CASA’s Regulatory Oversight Division, and within the Regulatory Services Team 1, the Entry Control and Coordination Section is responsible for the coordination and processing of regulatory service applications from the civil aviation industry. The Regulatory Services Officer works collaboratively with various stakeholders to effective coordinate and deliver regulatory services tasks. This includes the processing of complex applications, interpreting legislation and managing the escalation of urgent enquiries. The Regulatory Services Officer provides support to their peers and administrative support to the Regulatory Services Assessment Teams and other areas of the Division as required. This is a diverse role, requiring a high level of customer service and stakeholder liaison skills, including the management of complex enquiries and workflow coordination. The Regulatory Services Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Work as part of a nationally geographically dispersed team in the delivery of timely and accurate processing of regulatory services tasks and reporting activities, in line with published procedures and in compliance with current legislation.Support peers with complex applications and share knowledge to ensure compliance with business processes and efficient service delivery. Provide administrative support to the inspectorate across CASA’s various Regulatory Services Teams, ensuring procedures and processes are current and in line with the regulations. Provide consistent advice to industry in accordance with legislation and procedures.As required, work flexibly within the team to coordinate workflow, and support the delivery of regulatory services, including the prioritisation of urgent requests and escalations. Provide specialised advice regarding the development and improvement of regulatory services standards, processes, and policies, Attend industry meetings and with stakeholders from across CASA, as required.Assist in the development of content for briefings, workshops, and training programmes for educating CASA and industry stakeholders.Collate and maintain accurate data for regulatory services reporting and provide reporting to management as requested..Identify and mitigate risks that may impact your own and wider work area..Foster an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engages stakeholders with effective and considered communication working collaboratively to deliver regulatory services.Works supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful, and equitable manner.Promote workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values and Behaviours.Our ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have highly developed (written and oral) communication skills, particularly in building and maintaining networking relationships with stakeholders. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience managing a range of administrative support and coordination of complex regulatory service activities, including the ability to handle competing priorities within a fast-paced and dynamic environment.Demonstrated problem-solving skills with the ability to develop and implement procedures, improve processes, provide flexible solutions, and achieve results. Demonstrated experience in writing briefings and reports, including the preparation of material suitable for technical and non-technical audiences.Knowledge of or ability to acquire an understanding of regulatory services and/or surveillance frameworks, practices and systems.Understanding of Australia’s civil aviation legislation or ability to acquire this knowledge quickly Stakeholder management skills including the ability to liaise effectively with stakeholders, working collaboratively and manage key relationships to successfully achieve outcomes Demonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective CASA employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a Two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you take into consideration position information, key capabilities, skills, experience and CASA Values (minimum font 11 point), andPlease note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.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.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Regulatory Services Officers – Corporate Services Level 2 (above barrier) - APS 4 EquivalentPosition informationTitle - Regulatory Services OfficersBranch - Regulatory Services Assessment Team 1 - Entry Control and CoordinationDivision - Regulatory OversightLocation - All CASA Office locationClassification - Corporate Services Level 2 (Above Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent)/Non-ongoing (temporary)Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - NoContact Officer - Kate Dalrymple 02 6217 1532 kate.dalrymple@casa.gov.au Closing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionAs part of CASA’s Regulatory Oversight Division, and within the Regulatory Services Team 1, the Entry Control and Coordination Section is responsible for the coordination and processing of regulatory service applications from the civil aviation industry. The Regulatory Services Officer works collaboratively with various stakeholders to effectively deliver regulatory services and tasks, processing applications and providing administrative support to the Regulatory Services Assessment Teams and other areas of the Division as required. This is a diverse role, requiring a high level of customer service and stakeholder management skills. The Regulatory Services Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Work as part of a nationally geographically dispersed team in the delivery of timely and accurate processing of regulatory services tasks and reporting activities, in line with published procedures and in compliance with current legislation.Provide administrative support to the inspectorate across CASA’s various Regulatory Services Teams, ensuring procedures and processes are current and in line with the regulations. Provide consistent and accurate advice to industry in accordance with legislation and procedures.Provide quality advice to support the development of standards, processes, and policies regarding regulatory services.Contribute to an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engages stakeholders with effective and considered communication, working collaboratively to deliver regulatory services, administrative support and projects as required.Collate and maintain accurate data for regulatory services reporting.Identify and mitigate risks that may impact your own and wider work area and contribute to the development and/or improvement of processes and policies regarding regulatory services.As required, attend industry meetings and with stakeholders from across CASA,.As required, assist in the development of educational materials for CASA and industry stakeholders.Work supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful, and equitable manner.Promote workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values.Our ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have high level (written and verbal) communication skills and the ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic, nationally dispersed team. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience performing administrative support activities in a technical or similar office environment, with a focus on accuracy and attention to detail Demonstrated high level of customer service and stakeholder management skills, including excellent (oral and written) communication skills.Demonstrated experience in the use of web/data-based business systems and Microsoft Office Suite.Experience in or ability to research matters, interpret and understand complex regulations and legislation.Experience in or knowledge of the aviation environment. Demonstrated experience in the use of RM8/TRIM or similar information records management system.Experience in data management including extracting and reporting on data in a regulatory, technical, or similar environment.Demonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective CASA employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you consider the position information, key capabilities, skills, experience, and CASA Values (minimum font 11 point). Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.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.
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Regulatory Services Officers – Corporate Services Level 2 (above barrier) - APS 4 EquivalentPosition informationTitle - Regulatory Services OfficersBranch - Regulatory Services Assessment Team 1 - Entry Control and CoordinationDivision - Regulatory OversightLocation - All CASA Office locationClassification - Corporate Services Level 2 (Above Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent)/Non-ongoing (temporary)Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - NoContact Officer - Kate Dalrymple 02 6217 1532 kate.dalrymple@casa.gov.au Closing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionAs part of CASA’s Regulatory Oversight Division, and within the Regulatory Services Team 1, the Entry Control and Coordination Section is responsible for the coordination and processing of regulatory service applications from the civil aviation industry. The Regulatory Services Officer works collaboratively with various stakeholders to effectively deliver regulatory services and tasks, processing applications and providing administrative support to the Regulatory Services Assessment Teams and other areas of the Division as required. This is a diverse role, requiring a high level of customer service and stakeholder management skills. The Regulatory Services Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Work as part of a nationally geographically dispersed team in the delivery of timely and accurate processing of regulatory services tasks and reporting activities, in line with published procedures and in compliance with current legislation.Provide administrative support to the inspectorate across CASA’s various Regulatory Services Teams, ensuring procedures and processes are current and in line with the regulations. Provide consistent and accurate advice to industry in accordance with legislation and procedures.Provide quality advice to support the development of standards, processes, and policies regarding regulatory services.Contribute to an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engages stakeholders with effective and considered communication, working collaboratively to deliver regulatory services, administrative support and projects as required.Collate and maintain accurate data for regulatory services reporting.Identify and mitigate risks that may impact your own and wider work area and contribute to the development and/or improvement of processes and policies regarding regulatory services.As required, attend industry meetings and with stakeholders from across CASA,.As required, assist in the development of educational materials for CASA and industry stakeholders.Work supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful, and equitable manner.Promote workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values.Our ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have high level (written and verbal) communication skills and the ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic, nationally dispersed team. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience performing administrative support activities in a technical or similar office environment, with a focus on accuracy and attention to detail Demonstrated high level of customer service and stakeholder management skills, including excellent (oral and written) communication skills.Demonstrated experience in the use of web/data-based business systems and Microsoft Office Suite.Experience in or ability to research matters, interpret and understand complex regulations and legislation.Experience in or knowledge of the aviation environment. Demonstrated experience in the use of RM8/TRIM or similar information records management system.Experience in data management including extracting and reporting on data in a regulatory, technical, or similar environment.Demonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective CASA employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you consider the position information, key capabilities, skills, experience, and CASA Values (minimum font 11 point). Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.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.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Affirmative measure – Regulatory Services Officers – Corporate Services Level 2 (above barrier) (known as CS2AB)- APS 4 Equivalent Position informationTitle - Affirmative Measure – Disability or Indigenous Regulatory Services OfficersBranch - Regulatory Services Assessment Team 1 - Entry Control and CoordinationDivision - Regulatory OversightLocation - All CASA Office locationClassification - Corporate Services Level 2 (Above Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent)/Non-ongoing (temporary)Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - NoContact Officer - Kate Dalrymple 02 6217 1532 kate.dalrymple@casa.gov.au Closing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionAs part of CASA’s Regulatory Oversight Division, and within the Regulatory Services Team 1, the Entry Control and Coordination Section is responsible for the coordination and processing of regulatory service applications from the civil aviation industry. The Regulatory Services Officer works collaboratively with various stakeholders to effectively deliver regulatory services and tasks, processing applications and providing administrative support to the Regulatory Services Assessment Teams and other areas of the Division as required. This is a diverse role, requiring a high level of customer service and stakeholder management skills. The Regulatory Services Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Work as part of a nationally geographically dispersed team in the delivery of timely and accurate processing of regulatory services tasks and reporting activities, in line with published procedures and in compliance with current legislation.Provide administrative support to the inspectorate across CASA’s various Regulatory Services Teams, ensuring procedures and processes are current and in line with the regulations. Provide consistent and accurate advice to industry in accordance with legislation and procedures.Provide quality advice to support the development of standards, processes, and policies regarding regulatory services.Contribute to an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engages stakeholders with effective and considered communication, working collaboratively to deliver regulatory services, administrative support and projects as required.Collate and maintain accurate data for regulatory services reporting.Identify and mitigate risks that may impact your own and wider work area and contribute to the development and/or improvement of processes and policies regarding regulatory services.As required, attend industry meetings and with stakeholders from across CASA,.As required, assist in the development of educational materials for CASA and industry stakeholders.Work supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful, and equitable manner.Promote workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values.Our ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have high level (written and verbal) communication skills and the ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic, nationally dispersed team. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience performing administrative support activities in a technical or similar office environment, with a focus on accuracy and attention to detail Demonstrated high level of customer service and stakeholder management skills, including excellent (oral and written) communication skills.Demonstrated experience in the use of web/data-based business systems and Microsoft Office Suite.Experience in or ability to research matters, interpret and understand complex regulations and legislation.Experience in or knowledge of the aviation environment. Demonstrated experience in the use of RM8/TRIM or similar information records management system.Experience in data management including extracting and reporting on data in a regulatory, technical, or similar environment.Demonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them. Eligibility requirementsEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective CASA employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under section 8(1) of the 'Racial Discrimination Act 1975' and under Section 27 of the Australian Public Service Commissioner’s Direction 2016. These vacancies are available to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait people, or people with disabilities. To be engaged under the Affirmative Measures provision, evidence of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Australian heritage or disability may be required.How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you consider the position information, key capabilities, skills, experience, and CASA Values (minimum font 11 point). Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity.Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.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.
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Affirmative measure – Regulatory Services Officers – Corporate Services Level 2 (above barrier) (known as CS2AB)- APS 4 Equivalent Position informationTitle - Affirmative Measure – Disability or Indigenous Regulatory Services OfficersBranch - Regulatory Services Assessment Team 1 - Entry Control and CoordinationDivision - Regulatory OversightLocation - All CASA Office locationClassification - Corporate Services Level 2 (Above Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent)/Non-ongoing (temporary)Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - NoContact Officer - Kate Dalrymple 02 6217 1532 kate.dalrymple@casa.gov.au Closing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionAs part of CASA’s Regulatory Oversight Division, and within the Regulatory Services Team 1, the Entry Control and Coordination Section is responsible for the coordination and processing of regulatory service applications from the civil aviation industry. The Regulatory Services Officer works collaboratively with various stakeholders to effectively deliver regulatory services and tasks, processing applications and providing administrative support to the Regulatory Services Assessment Teams and other areas of the Division as required. This is a diverse role, requiring a high level of customer service and stakeholder management skills. The Regulatory Services Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Work as part of a nationally geographically dispersed team in the delivery of timely and accurate processing of regulatory services tasks and reporting activities, in line with published procedures and in compliance with current legislation.Provide administrative support to the inspectorate across CASA’s various Regulatory Services Teams, ensuring procedures and processes are current and in line with the regulations. Provide consistent and accurate advice to industry in accordance with legislation and procedures.Provide quality advice to support the development of standards, processes, and policies regarding regulatory services.Contribute to an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engages stakeholders with effective and considered communication, working collaboratively to deliver regulatory services, administrative support and projects as required.Collate and maintain accurate data for regulatory services reporting.Identify and mitigate risks that may impact your own and wider work area and contribute to the development and/or improvement of processes and policies regarding regulatory services.As required, attend industry meetings and with stakeholders from across CASA,.As required, assist in the development of educational materials for CASA and industry stakeholders.Work supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful, and equitable manner.Promote workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values.Our ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have high level (written and verbal) communication skills and the ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic, nationally dispersed team. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience performing administrative support activities in a technical or similar office environment, with a focus on accuracy and attention to detail Demonstrated high level of customer service and stakeholder management skills, including excellent (oral and written) communication skills.Demonstrated experience in the use of web/data-based business systems and Microsoft Office Suite.Experience in or ability to research matters, interpret and understand complex regulations and legislation.Experience in or knowledge of the aviation environment. Demonstrated experience in the use of RM8/TRIM or similar information records management system.Experience in data management including extracting and reporting on data in a regulatory, technical, or similar environment.Demonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them. Eligibility requirementsEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective CASA employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under section 8(1) of the 'Racial Discrimination Act 1975' and under Section 27 of the Australian Public Service Commissioner’s Direction 2016. These vacancies are available to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait people, or people with disabilities. To be engaged under the Affirmative Measures provision, evidence of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Australian heritage or disability may be required.How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you consider the position information, key capabilities, skills, experience, and CASA Values (minimum font 11 point). Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity.Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.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.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Surveillance Technical Officers – Corporate Services Level 3 (below barrier) (known as CS3BB) - APS 5 Equivalent Position informationTitle - Surveillance Technical OfficersBranch - SurveillanceDivision - Regulatory Oversight DivisionLocation - Any CASA Office LocationClassification - Corporate Services Level 3 (Below Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent) / Non-ongoing (Temporary) Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - YesContact Officer - Emma Milne, 02 6217 7504 emma.milne@casa.gov.auClosing date - 11:59pm (AEST) Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionThe Surveillance Technical Officer is part of a nationally dispersed team responsible for planning, administering and assisting in the delivery of surveillance services. Surveillance Technical Officers support our surveillance teams and ensure operators continue to meet their legislative obligations. This role also undertakes activities associated with surveillance support, coordination, reporting and management of the CASA surveillance system. The role also provides support to peers, fosters continuous improvement activities, delivers consistency and assists in the national standardisation of functions relating to surveillance services.The Surveillance Technical Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Providing specialised and quality advice to support the development of standards, processes and policies regarding surveillances services and activitiesSupporting activities across a nationally dispersed team administering and supporting the delivery of surveillance servicesContributing to quality assurance of information and data reportingSupporting the management of the day-to-day functionality and maintenance of the CASA surveillance system including improvements to align with business requirementsInputting into strategic planning and contributing to the implementation of outcomes for surveillance services improvementsParticipating in meetings, providing consistent advice to business areas in accordance with legislation and proceduresCollaborating with other business areas in updating website information, guidance material and other communications materialContributing to an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engaging stakeholders with effective and considered communication working collaboratively to deliver surveillance servicesWorks supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engages with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful and equitable mannerPromoting workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values and BehavioursOur ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have highly developed (written and verbal) communication skills, particularly in building and maintaining networking relationships with stakeholders. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience managing a range of administrative support and coordination activities, including the ability to handle shifting priorities with an attention to detailDemonstrated experience in writing complex briefings and reports, including the preparation of material suitable for technical and non-technical audiencesDemonstrated problem-solving skills with the ability to develop and implement procedures, improve processes, provide flexible solutions and achieve resultsHave an understanding of the basic principles of auditing Knowledge of or ability to acquire an understanding of surveillance framework, practices and systems. Stakeholder management skills including the ability to liaise with stakeholders and provide well-considered responses to complex requestsDemonstrated high level written and verbal communications with ability to interpret complex information and present effective arguments in a timely mannerDemonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.This position may require interstate travel. How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you take into consideration position information listed “In our Ideal Candidate (minimum font 11 point)Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues. What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.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.
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Surveillance Technical Officers – Corporate Services Level 3 (below barrier) (known as CS3BB) - APS 5 Equivalent Position informationTitle - Surveillance Technical OfficersBranch - SurveillanceDivision - Regulatory Oversight DivisionLocation - Any CASA Office LocationClassification - Corporate Services Level 3 (Below Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent) / Non-ongoing (Temporary) Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - YesContact Officer - Emma Milne, 02 6217 7504 emma.milne@casa.gov.auClosing date - 11:59pm (AEST) Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionThe Surveillance Technical Officer is part of a nationally dispersed team responsible for planning, administering and assisting in the delivery of surveillance services. Surveillance Technical Officers support our surveillance teams and ensure operators continue to meet their legislative obligations. This role also undertakes activities associated with surveillance support, coordination, reporting and management of the CASA surveillance system. The role also provides support to peers, fosters continuous improvement activities, delivers consistency and assists in the national standardisation of functions relating to surveillance services.The Surveillance Technical Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Providing specialised and quality advice to support the development of standards, processes and policies regarding surveillances services and activitiesSupporting activities across a nationally dispersed team administering and supporting the delivery of surveillance servicesContributing to quality assurance of information and data reportingSupporting the management of the day-to-day functionality and maintenance of the CASA surveillance system including improvements to align with business requirementsInputting into strategic planning and contributing to the implementation of outcomes for surveillance services improvementsParticipating in meetings, providing consistent advice to business areas in accordance with legislation and proceduresCollaborating with other business areas in updating website information, guidance material and other communications materialContributing to an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engaging stakeholders with effective and considered communication working collaboratively to deliver surveillance servicesWorks supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engages with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful and equitable mannerPromoting workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values and BehavioursOur ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have highly developed (written and verbal) communication skills, particularly in building and maintaining networking relationships with stakeholders. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience managing a range of administrative support and coordination activities, including the ability to handle shifting priorities with an attention to detailDemonstrated experience in writing complex briefings and reports, including the preparation of material suitable for technical and non-technical audiencesDemonstrated problem-solving skills with the ability to develop and implement procedures, improve processes, provide flexible solutions and achieve resultsHave an understanding of the basic principles of auditing Knowledge of or ability to acquire an understanding of surveillance framework, practices and systems. Stakeholder management skills including the ability to liaise with stakeholders and provide well-considered responses to complex requestsDemonstrated high level written and verbal communications with ability to interpret complex information and present effective arguments in a timely mannerDemonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.This position may require interstate travel. How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you take into consideration position information listed “In our Ideal Candidate (minimum font 11 point)Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues. What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.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.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Affirmative measure – Surveillance Technical Officers – Corporate Services Level 3 (below barrier) (known as CS3BB) - APS 5 EquivalentPosition informationTitle - Surveillance Technical Officers - Affirmative Measure, Disability or IndigenousBranch - SurveillanceDivision - Regulatory Oversight DivisionLocation - Any CASA Office LocationClassification - Corporate Services Level 3 (Below Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent) / Non-ongoing (Temporary) Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - YesContact Officer - Emma Milne, 02 6217 7504 emma.milne@casa.gov.auClosing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionThe Surveillance Technical Officer is part of a nationally dispersed team responsible for planning, administering and assisting in the delivery of surveillance services. Surveillance Technical Officers support our surveillance teams and ensure operators continue to meet their legislative obligations.This role also undertakes activities associated with surveillance support, coordination, reporting and management of the CASA surveillance system. The role also provides support to peers, fosters continuous improvement activities, delivers consistency and assists in the national standardisation of functions relating to surveillance services.The Surveillance Technical Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Providing specialised and quality advice to support the development of standards, processes and policies regarding surveillances services and activitiesSupporting activities across a nationally dispersed team administering and supporting the delivery of surveillance servicesContributing to quality assurance of information and data reportingSupporting the management of the day-to-day functionality and maintenance of the CASA surveillance system including improvements to align with business requirementsInputting into strategic planning and contributing to the implementation of outcomes for surveillance services improvementsParticipating in meetings, providing consistent advice to business areas in accordance with legislation and proceduresCollaborating with other business areas in updating website information, guidance material and other communications materialContributing to an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engaging stakeholders with effective and considered communication working collaboratively to deliver surveillance servicesWorks supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engages with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful and equitable mannerPromoting workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values and BehavioursOur ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have highly developed (written and verbal) communication skills, particularly in building and maintaining networking relationships with stakeholders. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience managing a range of administrative support and coordination activities, including the ability to handle shifting priorities with an attention to detailDemonstrated experience in writing complex briefings and reports, including the preparation of material suitable for technical and non-technical audiencesDemonstrated problem-solving skills with the ability to develop and implement procedures, improve processes, provide flexible solutions and achieve resultsHave an understanding of the basic principles of auditing Knowledge of or ability to acquire an understanding of surveillance framework, practices and systems. Stakeholder management skills including the ability to liaise with stakeholders and provide well-considered responses to complex requestsDemonstrated high level written and verbal communications with ability to interpret complex information and present effective arguments in a timely mannerDemonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under section 8(1) of the 'Racial Discrimination Act 1975' and under Section 27 of the Australian Public Service Commissioner’s Direction 2016. This vacancy is available to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait people, or people with disability. To be engaged under the Affirmative Measures provision, evidence of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Australian heritage or disability may be required.This position may require interstate travel. How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you take into consideration position information listed “In our Ideal Candidate (minimum font 11 point)Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds. We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.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.
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Affirmative measure – Surveillance Technical Officers – Corporate Services Level 3 (below barrier) (known as CS3BB) - APS 5 EquivalentPosition informationTitle - Surveillance Technical Officers - Affirmative Measure, Disability or IndigenousBranch - SurveillanceDivision - Regulatory Oversight DivisionLocation - Any CASA Office LocationClassification - Corporate Services Level 3 (Below Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent) / Non-ongoing (Temporary) Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - YesContact Officer - Emma Milne, 02 6217 7504 emma.milne@casa.gov.auClosing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionThe Surveillance Technical Officer is part of a nationally dispersed team responsible for planning, administering and assisting in the delivery of surveillance services. Surveillance Technical Officers support our surveillance teams and ensure operators continue to meet their legislative obligations.This role also undertakes activities associated with surveillance support, coordination, reporting and management of the CASA surveillance system. The role also provides support to peers, fosters continuous improvement activities, delivers consistency and assists in the national standardisation of functions relating to surveillance services.The Surveillance Technical Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Providing specialised and quality advice to support the development of standards, processes and policies regarding surveillances services and activitiesSupporting activities across a nationally dispersed team administering and supporting the delivery of surveillance servicesContributing to quality assurance of information and data reportingSupporting the management of the day-to-day functionality and maintenance of the CASA surveillance system including improvements to align with business requirementsInputting into strategic planning and contributing to the implementation of outcomes for surveillance services improvementsParticipating in meetings, providing consistent advice to business areas in accordance with legislation and proceduresCollaborating with other business areas in updating website information, guidance material and other communications materialContributing to an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engaging stakeholders with effective and considered communication working collaboratively to deliver surveillance servicesWorks supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engages with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful and equitable mannerPromoting workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values and BehavioursOur ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have highly developed (written and verbal) communication skills, particularly in building and maintaining networking relationships with stakeholders. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience managing a range of administrative support and coordination activities, including the ability to handle shifting priorities with an attention to detailDemonstrated experience in writing complex briefings and reports, including the preparation of material suitable for technical and non-technical audiencesDemonstrated problem-solving skills with the ability to develop and implement procedures, improve processes, provide flexible solutions and achieve resultsHave an understanding of the basic principles of auditing Knowledge of or ability to acquire an understanding of surveillance framework, practices and systems. Stakeholder management skills including the ability to liaise with stakeholders and provide well-considered responses to complex requestsDemonstrated high level written and verbal communications with ability to interpret complex information and present effective arguments in a timely mannerDemonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under section 8(1) of the 'Racial Discrimination Act 1975' and under Section 27 of the Australian Public Service Commissioner’s Direction 2016. This vacancy is available to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait people, or people with disability. To be engaged under the Affirmative Measures provision, evidence of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Australian heritage or disability may be required.This position may require interstate travel. How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you take into consideration position information listed “In our Ideal Candidate (minimum font 11 point)Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds. We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.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.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$120,000 - AU$145,000 per year
      • full-time
      Randstad Defence is seeking a committed and experienced Commercial Support Officer to work at the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) in Canberra's Brindabella Park. They will be held accountable for performing and achieving commercial and procurement actions under broad supervision.To be successful in this role, you will:Assist with the development of procurement and commercial documents, such as templates, schedules, communications, reports, submissions, plans and strategies, risk and performance reviews, contract change proposals, and other contract management and procurement and invoicing activities.Analyze commercial policy issues, legal issues, technological requirements, and other requirements to support contract management outcomes.Monitor and manage contract administration, performance, and risks in relation to the specific contracts. Understand risk-mitigation techniques and strategies for contract management risks, supplier performance, and compliance;Assist with mandated policy compliance duties, as well as critical commercial risk and performance requirements.Actively manage all stakeholder relationships, including the Air Force, industry partners, and other relevant parties, in order to achieve goals.What's in it for you?$120k - $145k Flexibility, great company culture.Opportunity to be a part of a fun, diverse, and exciting organisationAbout you:Experience in contract and commercial management in the defence industry is prefered in order to provide expert advice.Strong commercial acumen, problem-solving and analytical capabilities, as well as communication and negotiation abilities.Ability to coordinate and prioritise operations in order to fulfill project deadlines;A track record of successfully interpreting, negotiating, and managing contracts ;The candidate must be an Australian citizen, and NV1 security clearance is required.If you're as passionate about this position as we are, then please don't delay and APPLY NOW! For a confidential discussion, please email us at lucas.fuhrmann@randstad.com.au or pinkey.paul@randstad.com.au Randstad Australia will never request money from you during the recruitment process. Please be aware of scam messages asking for money for an administration fee, visa or similar. If you receive such a message, please report it to Scam Watch at www.scamwatch.gov.au/report-a-scam.Ref/ RANDEFAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad Defence is seeking a committed and experienced Commercial Support Officer to work at the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) in Canberra's Brindabella Park. They will be held accountable for performing and achieving commercial and procurement actions under broad supervision.To be successful in this role, you will:Assist with the development of procurement and commercial documents, such as templates, schedules, communications, reports, submissions, plans and strategies, risk and performance reviews, contract change proposals, and other contract management and procurement and invoicing activities.Analyze commercial policy issues, legal issues, technological requirements, and other requirements to support contract management outcomes.Monitor and manage contract administration, performance, and risks in relation to the specific contracts. Understand risk-mitigation techniques and strategies for contract management risks, supplier performance, and compliance;Assist with mandated policy compliance duties, as well as critical commercial risk and performance requirements.Actively manage all stakeholder relationships, including the Air Force, industry partners, and other relevant parties, in order to achieve goals.What's in it for you?$120k - $145k Flexibility, great company culture.Opportunity to be a part of a fun, diverse, and exciting organisationAbout you:Experience in contract and commercial management in the defence industry is prefered in order to provide expert advice.Strong commercial acumen, problem-solving and analytical capabilities, as well as communication and negotiation abilities.Ability to coordinate and prioritise operations in order to fulfill project deadlines;A track record of successfully interpreting, negotiating, and managing contracts ;The candidate must be an Australian citizen, and NV1 security clearance is required.If you're as passionate about this position as we are, then please don't delay and APPLY NOW! For a confidential discussion, please email us at lucas.fuhrmann@randstad.com.au or pinkey.paul@randstad.com.au Randstad Australia will never request money from you during the recruitment process. Please be aware of scam messages asking for money for an administration fee, visa or similar. If you receive such a message, please report it to Scam Watch at www.scamwatch.gov.au/report-a-scam.Ref/ RANDEFAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$150,000 - AU$165,000 per year
      • full-time
      Randstad Defence is looking for a dedicated and experienced Systems Engineering Lead to work on the AIR6500 Joint Air Battle Management System Project's Integrated Air and Missile Defence (IAMD) Program. The Systems Engineering Lead will be responsible for identifying systems engineering risks and quantifying, managing, and implementing risk mitigation actions, as well as contributing to risk management across the multidisciplinary AIR6500 Program.To be successful in this role, you will:Coordinate, elicitate, and develop AIR6500 FPS requirements, as well as support AIR6500 OCD change management.Assist the Program Safety Advisor in the development and maintenance of the Safety Case and Safety Reporting documentation in accordance with the System Safety Program Plan.Coordinate the Commonwealth’s involvement in industry-led verification and validation of system requirements;Lead and supervise the development and maintenance of project engineering artefacts and technical certification (specifications, plans).What's in it for you?$150k - $165k Flexibility, great company culture.Opportunity to be a part of a fun, diverse, and exciting organisationAbout you:Must be able to access ITAR/US Export Technology Control and, as such, cannot be from, have strong ties to, or be a dual citizen of a prescribed/prohibited tier 1 or tier 2 country.Qualifications in an engineering field or a relevant technical discipline at the tertiary level. Must have at least 10 years of post-graduate engineering experience.Previous experience with the ADF Capability Life Cycle is required.Strong verbal communication abilities, as well as technical writing skills.The candidate must be an Australian citizen, and NV1 security clearance is required.If you're as passionate about this position as we are, then please don't delay and APPLY NOW! For a confidential discussion, please email us at lucas.fuhrmann@randstad.com.au or pinkey.paul@randstad.com.au Randstad Australia will never request money from you during the recruitment process. Please be aware of scam messages asking for money for an administration fee, visa or similar. If you receive such a message, please report it to Scam Watch at www.scamwatch.gov.au/report-a-scam.Ref/ RANDEFAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad Defence is looking for a dedicated and experienced Systems Engineering Lead to work on the AIR6500 Joint Air Battle Management System Project's Integrated Air and Missile Defence (IAMD) Program. The Systems Engineering Lead will be responsible for identifying systems engineering risks and quantifying, managing, and implementing risk mitigation actions, as well as contributing to risk management across the multidisciplinary AIR6500 Program.To be successful in this role, you will:Coordinate, elicitate, and develop AIR6500 FPS requirements, as well as support AIR6500 OCD change management.Assist the Program Safety Advisor in the development and maintenance of the Safety Case and Safety Reporting documentation in accordance with the System Safety Program Plan.Coordinate the Commonwealth’s involvement in industry-led verification and validation of system requirements;Lead and supervise the development and maintenance of project engineering artefacts and technical certification (specifications, plans).What's in it for you?$150k - $165k Flexibility, great company culture.Opportunity to be a part of a fun, diverse, and exciting organisationAbout you:Must be able to access ITAR/US Export Technology Control and, as such, cannot be from, have strong ties to, or be a dual citizen of a prescribed/prohibited tier 1 or tier 2 country.Qualifications in an engineering field or a relevant technical discipline at the tertiary level. Must have at least 10 years of post-graduate engineering experience.Previous experience with the ADF Capability Life Cycle is required.Strong verbal communication abilities, as well as technical writing skills.The candidate must be an Australian citizen, and NV1 security clearance is required.If you're as passionate about this position as we are, then please don't delay and APPLY NOW! For a confidential discussion, please email us at lucas.fuhrmann@randstad.com.au or pinkey.paul@randstad.com.au Randstad Australia will never request money from you during the recruitment process. Please be aware of scam messages asking for money for an administration fee, visa or similar. If you receive such a message, please report it to Scam Watch at www.scamwatch.gov.au/report-a-scam.Ref/ RANDEFAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$150,000 - AU$165,000 per year
      • full-time
      Randstad Defence is looking for a passionate Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) Manager to work for the Future Air Combat Systems Program Office (FACSPO). The ILSM will be required to understand and apply organisational processes and procedures in the development of Integrated Logistics Support concepts, analyses and plans to assist in the ongoing management and delivery of the project tasks, milestones, schedules and deliverables across the projects.To be successful in this role, you will:Develop materiel logistics strategies and plans for information, communications, quality and resources that support project objectives and activities;Provide subject matter expertise to ensure that the project stays on track within the Materiel Logistics discipline.Create, implement and maintain policies, processes, and systems to support the acquisition and sustainment of equipment in compliance with defence requirements.Review and facilitate material logistics strategies, performance and critical success factors to ensure alignment with program or project objectives.Prioritize work areas, manage workflows, and evaluate project outputs, as well as comprehend and apply processes and procedures in the creation of Integrated Logistics Support Concepts.Actively manage key stakeholder relationships and identify relevant stakeholders’ expectations and concerns to design and communicate methodologies and practices to achieve goals.What's in it for you?$150k - $165k Flexibility, great company culture.Opportunity to be a part of a fun, diverse, and exciting organisationAbout you:Strong problem-solving abilities, analytical aptitude, communication skills, and project management expertise.Proactive in navigating the organisation, forging relationships, identifying solutions, educating and influencing others, and collaborating with all stakeholders to achieve goals.ILSM or engineering experience in defence with exposure to the materiel logistics function is required.The candidate must be an Australian citizen, and NV1 security clearance is required.If you're as passionate about this position as we are, then please don't delay and APPLY NOW! For a confidential discussion, please email us at lucas.fuhrmann@randstad.com.au or pinkey.paul@randstad.com.au Randstad Australia will never request money from you during the recruitment process. Please be aware of scam messages asking for money for an administration fee, visa or similar. If you receive such a message, please report it to Scam Watch at www.scamwatch.gov.au/report-a-scam.Ref/ RANDEFAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad Defence is looking for a passionate Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) Manager to work for the Future Air Combat Systems Program Office (FACSPO). The ILSM will be required to understand and apply organisational processes and procedures in the development of Integrated Logistics Support concepts, analyses and plans to assist in the ongoing management and delivery of the project tasks, milestones, schedules and deliverables across the projects.To be successful in this role, you will:Develop materiel logistics strategies and plans for information, communications, quality and resources that support project objectives and activities;Provide subject matter expertise to ensure that the project stays on track within the Materiel Logistics discipline.Create, implement and maintain policies, processes, and systems to support the acquisition and sustainment of equipment in compliance with defence requirements.Review and facilitate material logistics strategies, performance and critical success factors to ensure alignment with program or project objectives.Prioritize work areas, manage workflows, and evaluate project outputs, as well as comprehend and apply processes and procedures in the creation of Integrated Logistics Support Concepts.Actively manage key stakeholder relationships and identify relevant stakeholders’ expectations and concerns to design and communicate methodologies and practices to achieve goals.What's in it for you?$150k - $165k Flexibility, great company culture.Opportunity to be a part of a fun, diverse, and exciting organisationAbout you:Strong problem-solving abilities, analytical aptitude, communication skills, and project management expertise.Proactive in navigating the organisation, forging relationships, identifying solutions, educating and influencing others, and collaborating with all stakeholders to achieve goals.ILSM or engineering experience in defence with exposure to the materiel logistics function is required.The candidate must be an Australian citizen, and NV1 security clearance is required.If you're as passionate about this position as we are, then please don't delay and APPLY NOW! For a confidential discussion, please email us at lucas.fuhrmann@randstad.com.au or pinkey.paul@randstad.com.au Randstad Australia will never request money from you during the recruitment process. Please be aware of scam messages asking for money for an administration fee, visa or similar. If you receive such a message, please report it to Scam Watch at www.scamwatch.gov.au/report-a-scam.Ref/ RANDEFAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$150,000 - AU$165,000 per year
      • full-time
      Randstad Defence is seeking a dedicated and experienced ILS Commercial Support officer to work as part of the commercial team on the Joint Air Battle Management Systems project series in Canberra's Brindabella Park. The ILS commercial support officer will work as part of the broader Integrated Project Team.To be successful in this role, you will:Identify the project's technical and schedule risks.Participate in risk management activities; communicate with other project functions, such as engineering and project management, as well as the broader AIR6500 programme and IAMD office.Participate in tender evaluation and source selection.Collaborate with the Commonwealth, external stakeholders, and service providers.What's in it for you?$150k - $165k Flexibility, great company culture.Opportunity to be a part of a fun, diverse, and exciting organisationAbout you:Strong commercial acumen, problem-solving and analytical capabilities, as well as communication and negotiation abilities.Previous experience with the ADF Capability Life Cycle is required.ILS experience in complex acquisition and sustainment projects is essential.Previous experience in government procurement, preferably in defence procurement, as well as familiarity with ASDEFCON documentation, is required.Agile methodology experience is desirable.The candidate must be an Australian citizen, and NV1 security clearance is required.If you're as passionate about this position as we are, then please don't delay and APPLY NOW! For a confidential discussion, please email us at lucas.fuhrmann@randstad.com.au or pinkey.paul@randstad.com.au Randstad Australia will never request money from you during the recruitment process. Please be aware of scam messages asking for money for an administration fee, visa or similar. If you receive such a message, please report it to Scam Watch at www.scamwatch.gov.au/report-a-scam.Ref/ RANDEFAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad Defence is seeking a dedicated and experienced ILS Commercial Support officer to work as part of the commercial team on the Joint Air Battle Management Systems project series in Canberra's Brindabella Park. The ILS commercial support officer will work as part of the broader Integrated Project Team.To be successful in this role, you will:Identify the project's technical and schedule risks.Participate in risk management activities; communicate with other project functions, such as engineering and project management, as well as the broader AIR6500 programme and IAMD office.Participate in tender evaluation and source selection.Collaborate with the Commonwealth, external stakeholders, and service providers.What's in it for you?$150k - $165k Flexibility, great company culture.Opportunity to be a part of a fun, diverse, and exciting organisationAbout you:Strong commercial acumen, problem-solving and analytical capabilities, as well as communication and negotiation abilities.Previous experience with the ADF Capability Life Cycle is required.ILS experience in complex acquisition and sustainment projects is essential.Previous experience in government procurement, preferably in defence procurement, as well as familiarity with ASDEFCON documentation, is required.Agile methodology experience is desirable.The candidate must be an Australian citizen, and NV1 security clearance is required.If you're as passionate about this position as we are, then please don't delay and APPLY NOW! For a confidential discussion, please email us at lucas.fuhrmann@randstad.com.au or pinkey.paul@randstad.com.au Randstad Australia will never request money from you during the recruitment process. Please be aware of scam messages asking for money for an administration fee, visa or similar. If you receive such a message, please report it to Scam Watch at www.scamwatch.gov.au/report-a-scam.Ref/ RANDEFAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • geelong, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$36.27 - AU$36.27, per hour, 10% Super, attractive salary
      • full-time
      Are you looking for an opportunity to work in the government sector doing meaningful work? Do you have a real flare for customer service and are you looking for a career change ? If so, then I want to hear from you. Currently I am seeking applications for four(4) Front of House - Participant Support Officer roles in Geelong and Expressions of interest in various government roles for the right people.Immediately , as an APS3 Front of House Business Support Officer in Geelong, you will be part of a team and work as the face of this organisation in one of their Geelong offices.The APS3 Front of House Planning Support Officer: GeelongIs a team membership position and is responsible for setting priorities and managing work flow for their role and producing work that is subject to regular monitoring by more senior positions within their management structure.In this position you will undertake procedural, clerical, administrative support and operational tasks includingsome basic research and analysis activities.As a front of house specialist this position may have a public contact role and may be required to communicate with and provide straightforward advice to a range of internal and external stakeholders.Some of your key responsibilities may include:Providing counter/reception support for the local office including participant enquiries in the self-help kiosks.Managing the team shared email inbox, appointments and telephone enquiries.Coordinating appointments with the use of Agency office facilities and ensuring facilities are accessible for participants.Undertaking research and investigation activities and preparing associated reports and correspondence.Interrogating the organisations' Business system to identify appropriate actions.Supporting planning teams by actioning planning tasks that do not require delegation.Undertaking a range of data entry activities.Receiving and recording complaints and other feedback in the organisations Business systems.Skills in:Data entry , Customer service and effectively managing time/priorities is a must. Expressions of Interest:Seeking also suitable candidates interested in future roles in Regional Victoria , including Warrnambool, Colac, Horsham and Shepparton to discuss skills and possible government opportunities. Roles vary from planning, projects and finance to inbound customer service.**Please note applications received for the APS3 Role in Geelong (four positions) will only be considered if received before 12pm next Wednesday the 13th October**Do you think you have what it takes? If so, I want to meet virtually with those workforce stars who believe they fit the above key skills. Time and the opportunity to apply for these roles is limited, so apply with me today by clicking APPLY NOW or for a more detailed and confidential discussion email kris.middleton@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.
      Are you looking for an opportunity to work in the government sector doing meaningful work? Do you have a real flare for customer service and are you looking for a career change ? If so, then I want to hear from you. Currently I am seeking applications for four(4) Front of House - Participant Support Officer roles in Geelong and Expressions of interest in various government roles for the right people.Immediately , as an APS3 Front of House Business Support Officer in Geelong, you will be part of a team and work as the face of this organisation in one of their Geelong offices.The APS3 Front of House Planning Support Officer: GeelongIs a team membership position and is responsible for setting priorities and managing work flow for their role and producing work that is subject to regular monitoring by more senior positions within their management structure.In this position you will undertake procedural, clerical, administrative support and operational tasks includingsome basic research and analysis activities.As a front of house specialist this position may have a public contact role and may be required to communicate with and provide straightforward advice to a range of internal and external stakeholders.Some of your key responsibilities may include:Providing counter/reception support for the local office including participant enquiries in the self-help kiosks.Managing the team shared email inbox, appointments and telephone enquiries.Coordinating appointments with the use of Agency office facilities and ensuring facilities are accessible for participants.Undertaking research and investigation activities and preparing associated reports and correspondence.Interrogating the organisations' Business system to identify appropriate actions.Supporting planning teams by actioning planning tasks that do not require delegation.Undertaking a range of data entry activities.Receiving and recording complaints and other feedback in the organisations Business systems.Skills in:Data entry , Customer service and effectively managing time/priorities is a must. Expressions of Interest:Seeking also suitable candidates interested in future roles in Regional Victoria , including Warrnambool, Colac, Horsham and Shepparton to discuss skills and possible government opportunities. Roles vary from planning, projects and finance to inbound customer service.**Please note applications received for the APS3 Role in Geelong (four positions) will only be considered if received before 12pm next Wednesday the 13th October**Do you think you have what it takes? If so, I want to meet virtually with those workforce stars who believe they fit the above key skills. Time and the opportunity to apply for these roles is limited, so apply with me today by clicking APPLY NOW or for a more detailed and confidential discussion email kris.middleton@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.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • contract
      • full-time
      Integral role within DefenceWork on exciting Australian capabilityEnjoy focus and interesting work within a strong team cultureThis opportunity falls within capability management staff officer functions to ensure that the capabilities remain fit for purpose. Direct report to XO CAF16 Systems. No subordinates. Reporting to XO CAF16 Systems, the Project Manager will: Collaborate with the System Managers to achieve the required capability effects. Collaborate with O4/05-level capability management staff officers in FEGs and Service Headquarters to shape the required capability effects. Use required capability effects and measured performance outcomes to inform the CAF16 capability governance framework. As an ideal applicant for this opportunity, you’ll have: Military operations officer or aircrew experience.Air resource and scheduling system user experience Capability management experienceSECRET-level personnel security clearanceMilitary staff officer experience desirableAs Defence security clearance is required for this role, applicants must be Australian citizens and eligible to obtain and maintain appropriate clearance. For the opportunity to become part of their high performing team and excellent culture, please click “apply now”. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond 0466 596 260. ref/ RANDEF 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.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.
      Integral role within DefenceWork on exciting Australian capabilityEnjoy focus and interesting work within a strong team cultureThis opportunity falls within capability management staff officer functions to ensure that the capabilities remain fit for purpose. Direct report to XO CAF16 Systems. No subordinates. Reporting to XO CAF16 Systems, the Project Manager will: Collaborate with the System Managers to achieve the required capability effects. Collaborate with O4/05-level capability management staff officers in FEGs and Service Headquarters to shape the required capability effects. Use required capability effects and measured performance outcomes to inform the CAF16 capability governance framework. As an ideal applicant for this opportunity, you’ll have: Military operations officer or aircrew experience.Air resource and scheduling system user experience Capability management experienceSECRET-level personnel security clearanceMilitary staff officer experience desirableAs Defence security clearance is required for this role, applicants must be Australian citizens and eligible to obtain and maintain appropriate clearance. For the opportunity to become part of their high performing team and excellent culture, please click “apply now”. For a confidential discussion, please contact Wendy Hammond 0466 596 260. ref/ RANDEF 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.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.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • temporary
      • AU$58.00 - AU$68.00, per hour, superannuation
      • full-time
      We are recruiting for a casual opportunity to work as a Project Officer / Business Analyst (Randstad contractor) at one of our Commonwealth Government Clients. The initial engagement will be for approximately six to eight months with potential for extension. The role will be equivalent to an APS6.About the Role:The Project Officer/Business Analyst will support a System Deployment Project including undertaking a business readiness assessment prior to deployment in nominated locations across Australia. This will include:identifying operational risks that may delay the deployment of the system in each locationdeveloping pre-deployment strategies to reduce these risks in each locationimplementing changes to reduce/avoid any delays in deployment.Duties include:Manage project plans, project status reports and associated documentationSupport the timely delivery of a new IT systemConduct post implementation reviews per deployment, analyse feedback and report on resultsProviding functions to support the operation of the Project & Deployment teamEnsure that project governance is adhered toConsult with key stakeholders in deployment locations to understand the impact and challenges associated with deployment Analyse and document the identified challenges for each location with the implementation including local business practices that may not be nationally consistent, differing arrangements with clientsProvide recommendations from the analysis and support the implementation of changes prior to deployment, to reduce business impacts.The role requires:Project management experience (ideally in an IT environment).Demonstrable leadership to deliver on identified outputs and outcomes. Demonstrable ability to deliver work that is of a high standard, within specified timeframes and under minimal direction.Excellent verbal and written communication skills.Demonstrable ability to manage internal and external stakeholders.Demonstrated experience in business analysis and operational readiness assessmentStrong analytical and problem-solving skillsNext stepsIf you are ready to apply for this opportunity, please select “Apply Now”. Please ensure that you include the following in your application:maximum one page cover letter that outlines your proven experience in a similar roleMore Opportunities with our Public Sector ClientsRandstad is an approved talent supplier to all levels of government. We recruit for a broad range of job types across all departments. If this role isn’t for you, view all our government job opportunities on our dedicated site: https://www.randstad.com.au/jobs/q-government/south-australia/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.
      We are recruiting for a casual opportunity to work as a Project Officer / Business Analyst (Randstad contractor) at one of our Commonwealth Government Clients. The initial engagement will be for approximately six to eight months with potential for extension. The role will be equivalent to an APS6.About the Role:The Project Officer/Business Analyst will support a System Deployment Project including undertaking a business readiness assessment prior to deployment in nominated locations across Australia. This will include:identifying operational risks that may delay the deployment of the system in each locationdeveloping pre-deployment strategies to reduce these risks in each locationimplementing changes to reduce/avoid any delays in deployment.Duties include:Manage project plans, project status reports and associated documentationSupport the timely delivery of a new IT systemConduct post implementation reviews per deployment, analyse feedback and report on resultsProviding functions to support the operation of the Project & Deployment teamEnsure that project governance is adhered toConsult with key stakeholders in deployment locations to understand the impact and challenges associated with deployment Analyse and document the identified challenges for each location with the implementation including local business practices that may not be nationally consistent, differing arrangements with clientsProvide recommendations from the analysis and support the implementation of changes prior to deployment, to reduce business impacts.The role requires:Project management experience (ideally in an IT environment).Demonstrable leadership to deliver on identified outputs and outcomes. Demonstrable ability to deliver work that is of a high standard, within specified timeframes and under minimal direction.Excellent verbal and written communication skills.Demonstrable ability to manage internal and external stakeholders.Demonstrated experience in business analysis and operational readiness assessmentStrong analytical and problem-solving skillsNext stepsIf you are ready to apply for this opportunity, please select “Apply Now”. Please ensure that you include the following in your application:maximum one page cover letter that outlines your proven experience in a similar roleMore Opportunities with our Public Sector ClientsRandstad is an approved talent supplier to all levels of government. We recruit for a broad range of job types across all departments. If this role isn’t for you, view all our government job opportunities on our dedicated site: https://www.randstad.com.au/jobs/q-government/south-australia/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.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • temporary
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently assisting a major Federal Government department in sourcing multiple APS5 Administrators / Account Managers at the APS5 level. These opportunities are for an initial 6-month contract with possible extensions for the right candidates. Your duties will include but are not limited to: Managing relationships with policy, corporate and program areas for which the Contact Centre provides services, including developing and managing compliance with service agreementsManaging data and collecting, analysing and preparing reports on workload and performance for internal and external stakeholdersManaging the delivery and support of high-quality technology/telephony services to end users, including identifying system and process enhancementsManaging the Contact Centre financial responsibilities alongside the branch Financial Business Partners (FBPs), including monthly recoveries and accruals, staff financial management and cost projectionsManaging information resources for the Contact Centre and working with business partners and customer service teams to understand and implement changes to services. Key capabilities:Have demonstrable experience in driving and supporting excellent customer service in a large customer service centre or similar service environmentClearly communicate in both verbal and written form, displaying a high attention to detail in all their workHave experience in the collection, analysis and reporting of performance and workload data and metricsCan work independently as well as productively with others in a dynamic environment and use their sound judgement to solve problemsIdentify and progress opportunities to improve services and lead continuous improvement in the delivery of customer serviceDevelop and maintain productive and responsive working relationships with others to achieve mutual outcomesProficient in the use of different technology applications including Microsoft Office, SharePoint, Trim, SAP Concur, Microsoft Dynamics 365, Power BI and/or have the ability to adapt quickly to using new technologySupport compliance with the privacy, record-keeping, health and safety and other legislative requirements that apply to Australian Government contact centres.If you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word format (.doc or .docx), or send it to kimberly.corneille@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.
      Randstad is currently assisting a major Federal Government department in sourcing multiple APS5 Administrators / Account Managers at the APS5 level. These opportunities are for an initial 6-month contract with possible extensions for the right candidates. Your duties will include but are not limited to: Managing relationships with policy, corporate and program areas for which the Contact Centre provides services, including developing and managing compliance with service agreementsManaging data and collecting, analysing and preparing reports on workload and performance for internal and external stakeholdersManaging the delivery and support of high-quality technology/telephony services to end users, including identifying system and process enhancementsManaging the Contact Centre financial responsibilities alongside the branch Financial Business Partners (FBPs), including monthly recoveries and accruals, staff financial management and cost projectionsManaging information resources for the Contact Centre and working with business partners and customer service teams to understand and implement changes to services. Key capabilities:Have demonstrable experience in driving and supporting excellent customer service in a large customer service centre or similar service environmentClearly communicate in both verbal and written form, displaying a high attention to detail in all their workHave experience in the collection, analysis and reporting of performance and workload data and metricsCan work independently as well as productively with others in a dynamic environment and use their sound judgement to solve problemsIdentify and progress opportunities to improve services and lead continuous improvement in the delivery of customer serviceDevelop and maintain productive and responsive working relationships with others to achieve mutual outcomesProficient in the use of different technology applications including Microsoft Office, SharePoint, Trim, SAP Concur, Microsoft Dynamics 365, Power BI and/or have the ability to adapt quickly to using new technologySupport compliance with the privacy, record-keeping, health and safety and other legislative requirements that apply to Australian Government contact centres.If you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word format (.doc or .docx), or send it to kimberly.corneille@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.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      On behalf of our Federal Government client, Randstad is seeking the services of an APS6 Recruitment Project Officer. If you ideally have APS recruitment experience we would like to hear from you. This is an exciting opportunity to help the Department implement outcomes from an external recruitment review. You duties may include: Developing recruitment planning templatesIn consultation with stakeholders, reviewing and updating job description templatesCoordinating the streamlining of selection panel guidance Coordinating the streamlining of the engagement process in consultation with internal stakeholdersCoordinating the development of a risk-based policy for security checks Coordinating the streamlining of security processesCoordinating the streamlining of onboarding processes What you will need to succeed:Previous recruiting experience at the APS5 or APS6 levelStrong stakeholder engagement experience Strong verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to successfully negotiate successful outcomes through productive relationshipsDemonstrated ability to work in a team A capacity to think strategically and make sound decisionsA demonstrated ability to positively implement changeStrong organisational skills and the ability to meet deadlinesThis role is offered as a 12 month non-ongoing contract, with consideration of transfers considered for the right candidate. As an Australian citizen and ideally holding a security clearance please click on the APPLY NOW button to submit your current CV. For more information please contact Taylor Dudley on 02 6132 3816 or Leanne Alexander on 02 6132 3836. 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.
      On behalf of our Federal Government client, Randstad is seeking the services of an APS6 Recruitment Project Officer. If you ideally have APS recruitment experience we would like to hear from you. This is an exciting opportunity to help the Department implement outcomes from an external recruitment review. You duties may include: Developing recruitment planning templatesIn consultation with stakeholders, reviewing and updating job description templatesCoordinating the streamlining of selection panel guidance Coordinating the streamlining of the engagement process in consultation with internal stakeholdersCoordinating the development of a risk-based policy for security checks Coordinating the streamlining of security processesCoordinating the streamlining of onboarding processes What you will need to succeed:Previous recruiting experience at the APS5 or APS6 levelStrong stakeholder engagement experience Strong verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to successfully negotiate successful outcomes through productive relationshipsDemonstrated ability to work in a team A capacity to think strategically and make sound decisionsA demonstrated ability to positively implement changeStrong organisational skills and the ability to meet deadlinesThis role is offered as a 12 month non-ongoing contract, with consideration of transfers considered for the right candidate. As an Australian citizen and ideally holding a security clearance please click on the APPLY NOW button to submit your current CV. For more information please contact Taylor Dudley on 02 6132 3816 or Leanne Alexander on 02 6132 3836. 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.
      • townsville, queensland
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Currently recruiting a Construction Build/Inspector Supervisor to work for a State Government Division based in Townsville. This role would be more office-based with some Travel. About you: Worked as Leading Hand Supervisor in Build projects (Commerical, Residential)Trade QualifiedEstimating or Tender experience advantageousAbout the Role: Managing regional resources to effectively deliver construction, maintenance, and upgrade projects ensuring compliance with relevant legislation, policies, and practices.Producing high-quality estimates and quotation documentation for building projects, ensuring compliance with the State Purchasing Policy, Minor Works, local instructions and tendering contract methods, and customer requirementsInspecting scope of works/completed correctlyInterested email:cormac.dardis@randstad.com.au 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.
      Currently recruiting a Construction Build/Inspector Supervisor to work for a State Government Division based in Townsville. This role would be more office-based with some Travel. About you: Worked as Leading Hand Supervisor in Build projects (Commerical, Residential)Trade QualifiedEstimating or Tender experience advantageousAbout the Role: Managing regional resources to effectively deliver construction, maintenance, and upgrade projects ensuring compliance with relevant legislation, policies, and practices.Producing high-quality estimates and quotation documentation for building projects, ensuring compliance with the State Purchasing Policy, Minor Works, local instructions and tendering contract methods, and customer requirementsInspecting scope of works/completed correctlyInterested email:cormac.dardis@randstad.com.au 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.
      • perth, western australia
      • contract
      • full-time
      The Contact Centre Officer will answer a wide range of queries. You will be required to quickly acquire knowledge on where to locate information to assist the caller.Contact Centre Officers will be required to meet a number of key benchmarks including the number of calls answered during the day and the average handling time of those calls.Please note, this role will work on broadband hours of 7am to 7pm local time Monday to Fridays, at full time hours (37.5h per week) and availability during these times is essential. This is not negotiable and is a requirement of this role. About the role:Have demonstrated customer service experienceBe able to quickly attain an ability to use Departmental computer systems/programsHave a polite, professional and friendly mannerHave patience and clear communication skillsWork under pressure whilst providing quality service and meeting set KPI’sHave the ability to understand and interpret policy, and problem solveDemonstrate an ability to be attentive, flexible and reliableAbout you:Work within a team environmentDemonstrate a shared responsibility for a healthy workplace including encouraging a healthy work/life balance and accept a zero tolerance of bullyingParticipate in coaching, and where required, performance management proceduresCandidates must be an Australian citizen for this role. 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.
      The Contact Centre Officer will answer a wide range of queries. You will be required to quickly acquire knowledge on where to locate information to assist the caller.Contact Centre Officers will be required to meet a number of key benchmarks including the number of calls answered during the day and the average handling time of those calls.Please note, this role will work on broadband hours of 7am to 7pm local time Monday to Fridays, at full time hours (37.5h per week) and availability during these times is essential. This is not negotiable and is a requirement of this role. About the role:Have demonstrated customer service experienceBe able to quickly attain an ability to use Departmental computer systems/programsHave a polite, professional and friendly mannerHave patience and clear communication skillsWork under pressure whilst providing quality service and meeting set KPI’sHave the ability to understand and interpret policy, and problem solveDemonstrate an ability to be attentive, flexible and reliableAbout you:Work within a team environmentDemonstrate a shared responsibility for a healthy workplace including encouraging a healthy work/life balance and accept a zero tolerance of bullyingParticipate in coaching, and where required, performance management proceduresCandidates must be an Australian citizen for this role. 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.
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