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Details: Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Directorate (CMTEDD) leads the ACT Public Service and provides strategic advice and support to the Chief Minister, Treasurer, Minister for Economic Development and the Cabinet on policy, financial and economic matters, service delivery and whole of government issues. The Directorate facilitates the implementation of government priorities and drives many new initiatives, including Access Canberra which provides a range of ACT Government shopfront and regulatory services. The Directorate is also responsible for Shared Services which provides financial, ICT and HR support across Government. The Director-General of CMTEDD is also the Head of Service.Division OverviewWhat we doAt Access Canberra, we play a key role in supporting a safe and vibrant city. We improve the way industry does business, and help protect and improve Canberra’s liveability. We actively engage in a risk and harm approach to compliance across a broad range of industry sectors to build a strong economy, safe community and sustainable environment.Access Canberra is unique to the ACT Government; we work across many different regulatory and customer service areas to support the delivery of regulatory reform and red tape reduction, drive government priorities and implement new initiatives. We help community organisations, business and individuals work with the ACT Government and constantly look for new ways to deliver our services.Who we areWe are a diverse, innovative and professional team of people who come from a wide variety of backgrounds. We welcome people with experience from the community, public and private sectors and believe the more diverse our knowledge base is, the better our results will be.We value people with innovative and creative ideas, who communicate with candour and respect, and who have the motivation to drive projects from conception through to delivery. We are curious about each other’s work and always ask “who else needs to know?”What we offerInteresting and fulfilling work in a unique government environment where you can see the impact you have on the Canberra community.The opportunity to work with passionate, innovative and experienced leaders who encourage and support you to develop your interests and expertise.A flexible workplace with brand new, state of the art accommodation enabling activity-based work in a fun and creative environment.The Team you will work in:The Construction and Planning Investigations Team (CPIT) within the Construction and Planning Regulations section of the Construction, Utilities and Environment Protection Branch, is responsible for conducting investigations in relation to building and planning breaches under the Building Act 2004, the Planning and Development Act 2007, and the Construction Occupations (Licensing) Act 2004, in response to complaints received through Access Canberra.The CPIT, work alongside with the Rapid Regulatory Response Team (RRRT) and the Compliance Monitoring and Inspection Team (CMIT), to provide a holistic approach to ensuring proportionate and responsive regulatory programs and actions to improve the quality of building and construction in the ACT community.Duties/ResponsibilitiesThis role assists the Director in leading the CPIT team, and has the title and delegations of the Deputy Construction Occupations Registrar. In this role you will be responsible for a number of functions within a regulatory compliance area with a focus on building and planning regulation.You will be required to:Provide leadership and management of teams engaged in high level and complex regulatory compliance actions.Assist in the preparation of strategic and procedural advice on directorate, government and regulatory issues utilising high level data analytics.Prepare strategic and complex submissions, reports, briefs and correspondence in relation to a diverse range of matters on behalf of the Constructions Occupations RegistrarConduct investigations including gathering evidence, formal statements and taking proportionate and responsive action.Create and review evidence briefs, regulatory instruments under the legislation e.g. notice of intention to issue rectification orders, rectification orders, show cause notice and/or controlled activity orders.Lead a team in utilising professional judgement, statutory powers and the risk/harm based regulation model to proactively and reactively implement the regulatory regime.Assist in the direction and control of the day-to-day operations of the organisation to fulfil objectives and achieve goalsSupport the business unit to achieve team, organisational and Government goals.Understand and work within the ACTPS Code of Conduct and ACTPS values of respect, integrity, collaboration and innovation, and model behaviour consistent with the ACTPS Respect Equity and Diversity framework.Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Directorate (CMTEDD) supports workforce diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability and those who identify as LGBTIQ are encouraged to apply.Selection CriteriaYour suitability for this position will be assessed on your Skills, Knowledge and Behaviours, listed below, and how they relate to the duties/responsibilities above:SkillsProven ability to lead, monitor and develop a team of investigators within a regulatory environment.Experience in investigative practice.Demonstrated high level leadership skills resulting in working together to deliver collaborative and innovative solutions to complex problems.Demonstrated high level research, written and verbal communication skills.Demonstrated understanding of regulatory regimes, regulatory practice and legislative instruments.General knowledge and understanding of a risk-based approach to regulation.Knowledge Behaviour Proven ability to:Lead and manage teams and contribute to a positive team cultureDeliver outputs in a high paced and high pressure environment while maintaining a focus on the wider regulatory pictureManage stakeholders to build trusting, professional regulatory relationships.Demonstrated high level of self-awareness, integrity and behaviour aligned with the ACT Government core values.Eligibility/Other Requirements: EssentialCurrent driver’s licence.DesirableRelevant qualifications or experience in investigations/compliance/enforcement.Note: This is a temporary position available from 4 November 2021 up until 5 April 2023. This position does not require a pre-employment medical or a Working with Vulnerable People Check. A Merit Pool will be established from this selection process and will be used to fill vacancies over the next 12 months. This position is in a workplace/s designed for activity-based working (ABW). Under ABW arrangements, officers will not have a designated workstation/desk.
Town Planner
HAYS, Fyshwick, South Canberra, Regional, n Capital Terr ...
Major regional NSW municipality requires a Town Planner on an immediate contract. Your new company A vibrant regional NSW municipality that strives to enhance quality of life for their constituents requires an experienced Town Planner to assist in the processing of development applications. Your new role Reporting Director of Planning you will ensure that new developments applications are in line with the council strategic long-term vision. Day-to-day duties will include: Assess a wide range of development and subdivision applications in accordance with relevant statutory legislation. Provide professional advice to both internal and external stakeholders in relation to subdivision, development and environmental planning matters. Prepare reports on matters relevant to the position. Communicate and promote Council's policies to the community. Assist in the delivery of strategic projects Undertake inspections and ensure that follow-up action and documentation is taken. What you'll need to succeed A tertiary qualification in Town Planning or a related discipline. An excellent knowledge of Environmental Planning and Assessment Legislation and other relevant related Acts. Demonstrated experience in a Town Planning role A current class “C” driver’s licence. What you'll get in return Rewarding Salary Package Contractors will have WFH and part hours options Supportive team environment What you need to do now If this role interests you, click ‘apply now’ or for more information and a confidential consultation on this role please contact Jared Feenan on jared.feenanhays.com.au LHS 297508 2562344