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    • melbourne, victoria
    • permanent
    • AU$89,934 - AU$97,284, per year, + super + RDO
    • full-time
    City of Whittlesea - Development Engineer Salary: $89,933.50 - $97,283.70 + superannuation + monthly RDO Full time, fixed term contract till June 2023.The City of Whittlesea is one of the fastest growing municipalities in Australia. As a local government organisation, we play a pivotal role in the everyday lives of our community. Our vision is to make Whittlesea 2040: A Place For All by ensuring our residents can enjoy access to local services, facilities and infrastructure. About the position:The purpose of the position is to provide civil engineering advice on design and construction approval processes related to new developments in our growth and established areas.The engineering approvals of detailed design documentations and civil construction activities (earthworks, roads, drainage and general miscellaneous civil works) will be required to be conducted in accordance with Council policy and standards, corporate direction, statutory requirements and industry Best Practice.As a key member of the Development Engineering Unit within the Urban Design & Transport department, you will be responsible for:Providing high quality, innovative and solution focused engineering assessments and advice in relation to the forward planning of established and growth areas and the construction of Council’s new assets;Ensuring that design assessments and construction approvals are provided within required timeframes and in accordance with industry best practice and Council approved standards, guidelines and procedures.The successful candidate will have:A tertiary level qualification in civil engineering (recognised by Engineers Australia)or other relevant engineering discipline.Advanced civil engineering skills and knowledge in the areas of developmentconcepts, detailed civil engineering design, construction works, Water UrbanSensitive Design (WUSD) elements and MUSIC modelling within a local governmentgrowth area context.How to apply: Use the ‘apply’ button to submit your application. Position Description: https://app.luminpdf.com/viewer/627462ffb99dad280cc5ff83Applications close on Sunday the 22nd of May, 2022 For additional information, please contact James Bourbos at Randstad on 0415 107 233/ james.bourbos@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.
    City of Whittlesea - Development Engineer Salary: $89,933.50 - $97,283.70 + superannuation + monthly RDO Full time, fixed term contract till June 2023.The City of Whittlesea is one of the fastest growing municipalities in Australia. As a local government organisation, we play a pivotal role in the everyday lives of our community. Our vision is to make Whittlesea 2040: A Place For All by ensuring our residents can enjoy access to local services, facilities and infrastructure. About the position:The purpose of the position is to provide civil engineering advice on design and construction approval processes related to new developments in our growth and established areas.The engineering approvals of detailed design documentations and civil construction activities (earthworks, roads, drainage and general miscellaneous civil works) will be required to be conducted in accordance with Council policy and standards, corporate direction, statutory requirements and industry Best Practice.As a key member of the Development Engineering Unit within the Urban Design & Transport department, you will be responsible for:Providing high quality, innovative and solution focused engineering assessments and advice in relation to the forward planning of established and growth areas and the construction of Council’s new assets;Ensuring that design assessments and construction approvals are provided within required timeframes and in accordance with industry best practice and Council approved standards, guidelines and procedures.The successful candidate will have:A tertiary level qualification in civil engineering (recognised by Engineers Australia)or other relevant engineering discipline.Advanced civil engineering skills and knowledge in the areas of developmentconcepts, detailed civil engineering design, construction works, Water UrbanSensitive Design (WUSD) elements and MUSIC modelling within a local governmentgrowth area context.How to apply: Use the ‘apply’ button to submit your application. Position Description: https://app.luminpdf.com/viewer/627462ffb99dad280cc5ff83Applications close on Sunday the 22nd of May, 2022 For additional information, please contact James Bourbos at Randstad on 0415 107 233/ james.bourbos@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.
    • melbourne, victoria
    • permanent
    • AU$118,000 - AU$127,000, per year, plus superannuation
    • full-time
    Are you an experienced Senior Public Realm and Civil Infrastructure Project Manager looking to progress your career? This is a great opportunity to further your knowledge and experience managing high profile projects and planning for the future delivery of capital infrastructure across the City of Moonee Valley. The role Reporting into the Senior Coordinator - Built Form and Community Infrastructure, the Senior Project Manager will manage and deliver a range of high value, complex, public realm and Infrastructure projects. The Senior Project Manager will be responsible for: Providing advanced end to end project and construction management expertise in delivering projects related to Public Realm and Civil Infrastructure. Delivering specialist advice and assistance in the planning, design, project management, monitoring and reporting in relation to Public Realm and Community Infrastructure Projects. Liaising and managing consultants and other specialists i n planning and design activities for Public Realm and Community Infrastructure Projects, as well as liaising with relevant Council departments, and key stakeholders to resolve issues as they arise. Supervising projects by carrying out site inspections and attending/organising stakeholder/contractor meetings. Managing high profile projects alone, while also overseeing an assigned portfolio of a diverse range of projects. What you will need to be successful We are seeking an experienced and suitably qualified Senior Project Manager who has demonstrated experience in the delivery of diverse type infrastructure and public realm projects while possessing the ability to think laterally. This individual will have a demonstrated understanding of the diverse nature of projects within Local Government. You will have extensive knowledge of construction industry principles and practices and substantial experience in successfully managing contracts and contractors. You will be someone who leads from the front, thinks methodically, can work both independently and in a team-oriented collaborative environment, as well as someone who possesses a high standard of stakeholder management, problem solving, negotiation and engagement skills. About your new organisation Moonee Valley City Council is a vibrant and diverse municipality. We are a local government within the north-west metropolitan area of Melbourne, providing a range of services to some 130,000 residents and over 10,000 businesses. Our 1,200 employees bring their differing backgrounds, experiences and unique perspectives to our collaborative environment, and are supported to share ideas, initiatives and talent, making a positive impact on our community for now and in the future.How to apply If you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join the City of Moonee Valley. Early applications will be seen as favorable. Moonee Valley City Council will be looking to interview as relevant CV’s come through so please don’t hesitate to apply! Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. Applications will close on Sunday May 22nd.The City of Moonee Valley promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment. Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact mark.russo@randstad.com.au If you have any questions please email at mark.russo@randstad.com.au or call 0452 234 436.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.
    Are you an experienced Senior Public Realm and Civil Infrastructure Project Manager looking to progress your career? This is a great opportunity to further your knowledge and experience managing high profile projects and planning for the future delivery of capital infrastructure across the City of Moonee Valley. The role Reporting into the Senior Coordinator - Built Form and Community Infrastructure, the Senior Project Manager will manage and deliver a range of high value, complex, public realm and Infrastructure projects. The Senior Project Manager will be responsible for: Providing advanced end to end project and construction management expertise in delivering projects related to Public Realm and Civil Infrastructure. Delivering specialist advice and assistance in the planning, design, project management, monitoring and reporting in relation to Public Realm and Community Infrastructure Projects. Liaising and managing consultants and other specialists i n planning and design activities for Public Realm and Community Infrastructure Projects, as well as liaising with relevant Council departments, and key stakeholders to resolve issues as they arise. Supervising projects by carrying out site inspections and attending/organising stakeholder/contractor meetings. Managing high profile projects alone, while also overseeing an assigned portfolio of a diverse range of projects. What you will need to be successful We are seeking an experienced and suitably qualified Senior Project Manager who has demonstrated experience in the delivery of diverse type infrastructure and public realm projects while possessing the ability to think laterally. This individual will have a demonstrated understanding of the diverse nature of projects within Local Government. You will have extensive knowledge of construction industry principles and practices and substantial experience in successfully managing contracts and contractors. You will be someone who leads from the front, thinks methodically, can work both independently and in a team-oriented collaborative environment, as well as someone who possesses a high standard of stakeholder management, problem solving, negotiation and engagement skills. About your new organisation Moonee Valley City Council is a vibrant and diverse municipality. We are a local government within the north-west metropolitan area of Melbourne, providing a range of services to some 130,000 residents and over 10,000 businesses. Our 1,200 employees bring their differing backgrounds, experiences and unique perspectives to our collaborative environment, and are supported to share ideas, initiatives and talent, making a positive impact on our community for now and in the future.How to apply If you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join the City of Moonee Valley. Early applications will be seen as favorable. Moonee Valley City Council will be looking to interview as relevant CV’s come through so please don’t hesitate to apply! Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role. Applications will close on Sunday May 22nd.The City of Moonee Valley promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment. Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact mark.russo@randstad.com.au If you have any questions please email at mark.russo@randstad.com.au or call 0452 234 436.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$35.00 - AU$41.01, per hour, + 10 % super
    • full-time
    Randstad is currently seeking Community Grants Officer who can operate with excellence, expertise with solid attention to detail and establish and maintain relationships. Our partnering local council is looking for someone enthusiastic and not afraid of a challenge whilst making a positive difference.About your new roleAs a committed team player, the Community Grants Officer coordinates and administers grantmaking, including the Westgate Tunnel community grants. The Community Grant program is positioned in the Access and Participation team. It supports the Department’s commitment to building a socially connected intergenerational, intercultural city committed to high-quality access and equity outcomes.This role is based in Footscray - some remote and onsite work. At four days a week with the capacity to be flexible with work days and times. The role demands a high level of skill and experience in grants coordination, with expertise in using online systems such as SmartyGrants. What you will need to exceedExcellent communication and report writing skills are required.Strong understanding and experience in good grants governance and ability to work under pressure and be flexible when work demands.Able to work in a local government context and manage relationships with other levels of governmentAble to navigate and manage all the external partnerships and grants programming. Next stepsIf you are currently searching 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 Community Grants Officer who can operate with excellence, expertise with solid attention to detail and establish and maintain relationships. Our partnering local council is looking for someone enthusiastic and not afraid of a challenge whilst making a positive difference.About your new roleAs a committed team player, the Community Grants Officer coordinates and administers grantmaking, including the Westgate Tunnel community grants. The Community Grant program is positioned in the Access and Participation team. It supports the Department’s commitment to building a socially connected intergenerational, intercultural city committed to high-quality access and equity outcomes.This role is based in Footscray - some remote and onsite work. At four days a week with the capacity to be flexible with work days and times. The role demands a high level of skill and experience in grants coordination, with expertise in using online systems such as SmartyGrants. What you will need to exceedExcellent communication and report writing skills are required.Strong understanding and experience in good grants governance and ability to work under pressure and be flexible when work demands.Able to work in a local government context and manage relationships with other levels of governmentAble to navigate and manage all the external partnerships and grants programming. Next stepsIf you are currently searching 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.
    • melbourne, victoria
    • permanent
    • AU$130,000 - AU$141,000, per year, plus superannuation
    • full-time
    Are you an experienced Strategic Project Lead looking to progress your career? This is a great opportunity to further your knowledge and experience by managing significant Council projects and planning for the future delivery of capital infrastructure across the City of Monash.The roleReporting into the Manager for Property & City Design, the Strategic Project Lead will manage and lead the front-end planning stage of project management. From project initiation, development and planning stage and to collaborate with other project managers. This role is primarily focused on facilitating, complementing, assisting and identifying improvements to ensure the delivery of capital works projects across the Municipality.The Strategic Project Lead will be responsible for:Day to day leadership and oversight of multi-disciplinary projects in the design process.Develop clear, well-articulated and agreed briefs to deliver new buildings and building upgrades, pavilions, open spaces and public realm improvements.Lead and prepare feasibility studies, concept and schematic designs and be involved in final design and project documentation.Provide support to the Manager Property & City Design and be a key contact for the Council and the community.What you will need to be successfulWe are seeking an experienced Strategic Project Lead who demonstrates a background in Project Management and Capital Delivery activities and has a strong interest in Local Government Infrastructure Projects. You will be someone who thinks laterally, methodically, and is capable of forming an excellent network of internal and external collaborators.Leadership and management experience; leading diverse, multi-disciplinary groups and delivering collaborative, innovative and quality outcomes.Project Management experience, produce project plans where objectives are clearly defined.Highly developed oral and written communication skills.Analytical skills and ability to undertake management reporting, analyse trends and take corrective action.A tertiary qualification in Infrastructure, Engineering, Architecture or a related field with substantial experience delivering projects and contract management is desirable.About your new organisationThe City of Monash has a growing, passionate and cosmopolitan population estimated around 200,000 residents (2019). We are one of Victoria’s leading Councils, serving a large well-established community. Monash is a proud multicultural community with almost half of our community born overseas and coming from more than 106 countries.The City of Monash is Monash Council values flexible working arrangements and embraces workplace diversity, inclusion, and equity including children and young people. We are committed to being a child safe organisation and have zero tolerance to child abuse.How to applyIf you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join the City of Monash.Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role.To view the PD please visit https://www.randstad.com.au/randstad-partnering-with-city-monash/The City of Monash promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment.Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact councilprojects@randstad.com.auApplications close on Sunday May 08, 2022. If you have any questions please email councilprojects@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 an experienced Strategic Project Lead looking to progress your career? This is a great opportunity to further your knowledge and experience by managing significant Council projects and planning for the future delivery of capital infrastructure across the City of Monash.The roleReporting into the Manager for Property & City Design, the Strategic Project Lead will manage and lead the front-end planning stage of project management. From project initiation, development and planning stage and to collaborate with other project managers. This role is primarily focused on facilitating, complementing, assisting and identifying improvements to ensure the delivery of capital works projects across the Municipality.The Strategic Project Lead will be responsible for:Day to day leadership and oversight of multi-disciplinary projects in the design process.Develop clear, well-articulated and agreed briefs to deliver new buildings and building upgrades, pavilions, open spaces and public realm improvements.Lead and prepare feasibility studies, concept and schematic designs and be involved in final design and project documentation.Provide support to the Manager Property & City Design and be a key contact for the Council and the community.What you will need to be successfulWe are seeking an experienced Strategic Project Lead who demonstrates a background in Project Management and Capital Delivery activities and has a strong interest in Local Government Infrastructure Projects. You will be someone who thinks laterally, methodically, and is capable of forming an excellent network of internal and external collaborators.Leadership and management experience; leading diverse, multi-disciplinary groups and delivering collaborative, innovative and quality outcomes.Project Management experience, produce project plans where objectives are clearly defined.Highly developed oral and written communication skills.Analytical skills and ability to undertake management reporting, analyse trends and take corrective action.A tertiary qualification in Infrastructure, Engineering, Architecture or a related field with substantial experience delivering projects and contract management is desirable.About your new organisationThe City of Monash has a growing, passionate and cosmopolitan population estimated around 200,000 residents (2019). We are one of Victoria’s leading Councils, serving a large well-established community. Monash is a proud multicultural community with almost half of our community born overseas and coming from more than 106 countries.The City of Monash is Monash Council values flexible working arrangements and embraces workplace diversity, inclusion, and equity including children and young people. We are committed to being a child safe organisation and have zero tolerance to child abuse.How to applyIf you are looking for purpose in your career, do not miss this opportunity to join the City of Monash.Use the “apply” button to submit your resume with a cover letter. The cover letter should outline your skills, suitability, and motivation for the role.To view the PD please visit https://www.randstad.com.au/randstad-partnering-with-city-monash/The City of Monash promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment.Applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or have a disability, and require advice, support, or recruitment process modifications, please contact councilprojects@randstad.com.auApplications close on Sunday May 08, 2022. If you have any questions please email councilprojects@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.

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