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Business Change Manager
The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT
Classification:  Senior Manager 1Salary package:  Competitive package including up to 17% SuperannuationTerm:  Multiple positions, 3 yearsMake a difference to the national mission of our world-leading University, it’s students and staffEnjoy workplace flexibility and be part of a supportive team.The roleAs a Business Change Manager, you will work alongside senior leaders and business representatives within the University and project teams to plan and manage change activities that gain commitment of staff and other stakeholders to embrace, adopt and effectively use digital solutions.About usThe ANU Story:  ANU is home to some of the most remarkable people from across the world: visionaries, influential leaders, researchers and advocates creating impact and change nationally, regionally and globally. ​  ANU attracts exceptional staff and students and, through education and enrichment programs, helps them to achieve ambitious goals, and pursue brilliant careers.   Ranked in the top 30 universities globally, the first Australian university to be recognised in this elite tier, ANU continues to be an academic resource for the whole of Australia.Digital Transformation:  Our Digital Master Plan will see the University embark on the biggest digital transformation in our history.​  It will be a transformation that matches our mission to be among the great universities of the world and driven by a culture of excellence in everything we do. Our digital future will transform the experience of ANU for our students, researchers, academics, professional staff and the wider community.    ​ ​Working at ANU:  Our staff enjoy some amazing employee benefits including​Highly flexible working arrangements and locations​Excellent support for skills development​Family friendly working environment including good work/life balance and an inclusive and supportive culture​About ITSInformation Technology Services (ITS) delivers digital solutions that enable the Australian National University to achieve its strategic goals: a student experience equal to the world’s best, and research that transforms society and creates national capability.  ITS has responsibility for the University’s digital ecosystem and is leading the delivery of the Digital Master Plan, a 10-year strategic roadmap for the transformation of the University’s digital capability.For further information please contact Lucy Boom (lucy.boom@anu.edu.au), Associate Director, Project Delivery & Engagement, Information Technology Services   The University actively encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. For more information on employment opportunities at the ANU, visit https://services.anu.edu.au/human-resources/respect-inclusion/aboriginal-torres-strait-islander-employment.ANU values diversity and inclusion and believes employment opportunities must not be limited by socio-economic background, race, religion or gender. For more information about staff equity at ANU, visit human-resources-division/equity-and-diversity.Application informationIn order to apply for this role please make sure that you upload the following documents:A cover letter or ‘pitch’ describing how your skills, experience and approach align with the role - maximum 2 pages. A current curriculum vitae (CV) which includes the names and contact details of at least two referees (preferably including a current or previous supervisor). If your CV does not include referees you can complete these online when prompted in the application form.Please note:  The successful candidate must have rights to live and work in this country will be required to undergo a background check during the recruitment process.  An offer of employment is conditional on satisfactory results. 
Project Manager
The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT
Classification:  Senior Manager 1     Salary package:  Competitive package including up to 17% SuperannuationLocation:  Canberra, with flexible options for the right candidateTerm:  Multiple positions, 3 year termMake a difference to the national mission of our world-leading University, it’s students and staffEnjoy workplace flexibility and be part of a supportive team.Multiple positions across infrastructure, digital solutions and business enablement projects.The roleAs a Project Manager you will work as part of Project Delivery and Engagement within ITS and establish effective, customer focused working relationships with business areas and technical teams to define and deliver ICT projects and business improvement initiatives that directly contribute towards achieving the University’s strategic objectives.About usThe ANU Story:  ANU is home to some of the most remarkable people from across the world: visionaries, influential leaders, researchers and advocates creating impact and change nationally, regionally and globally. ​  ANU attracts exceptional staff and students and, through education and enrichment programs, helps them to achieve ambitious goals, and pursue brilliant careers.   Ranked in the top 30 universities globally, the first Australian university to be recognised in this elite tier, ANU continues to be an academic resource for the whole of Australia.Digital Transformation:  Our Digital Master Plan will see the University embark on the biggest digital transformation in our history.​  It will be a transformation that matches our mission to be among the great universities of the world and driven by a culture of excellence in everything we do. Our digital future will transform the experience of ANU for our students, researchers, academics, professional staff and the wider community.    ​Working at ANU: Our staff enjoy some amazing employee benefits including​ -Highly flexible working arrangements and locations​Excellent support for skills development​Family friendly working environment including good work/life balance and an inclusive and supportive culture​About ITSInformation Technology Services (ITS) delivers digital solutions that enable the Australian National University to achieve its strategic goals: a student experience equal to the world’s best, and research that transforms society and creates national capability.  ITS has responsibility for the University’s digital ecosystem and is leading the delivery of the Digital Master Plan, a 10-year strategic roadmap for the transformation of the University’s digital capability.For further information, please contact Lucy Boom (lucy.boom@anu.edu.au), Associate Director, Project Delivery & Engagement, Information Technology Services   The University actively encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. For more information on employment opportunities at the ANU, visit https://services.anu.edu.au/human-resources/respect-inclusion/aboriginal-torres-strait-islander-employment.ANU values diversity and inclusion and believes employment opportunities must not be limited by socio-economic background, race, religion or gender. For more information about staff equity at ANU, visit human-resources-division/equity-and-diversity.Application informationIn order to apply for this role please make sure that you upload the following documents:A cover letter or ‘pitch’ describing how your skills, experience and approach align with the role - maximum 2 pages. A current curriculum vitae (CV) which includes the names and contact details of at least two referees (preferably including a current or previous supervisor). If your CV does not include referees you can complete these online when prompted in the application form.Please note:  The successful candidate must have rights to live and work in this country will be required to undergo a background check during the recruitment process.  An offer of employment is conditional on satisfactory results. 
Senior Administration Officer UNESCO Chair
The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT
Classification: ANU Officer Level 6/7 (Administration)Salary package: $84,019.00 - $96,713.00 per annum plus 17% superannuation  (0.5 FTE pro rata)Term: Part time, Fixed Term (4 years)The PositionThe Senior Administration Officer will provide high-level, comprehensive administrative support to the UNESCO Chair program of work based at the Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science (CPAS). The Senior Administration Officer will assist the Chair holder and the CEO with the internal organisation of the Chair program of work, business planning and projects, stakeholder liaison, and the design and ongoing maintenance of communication platforms critical to the Chair’s operations.The PersonThe Senior Administration Officer provides cohesion and effective communication between the UNESCO program of works Chair holder and the CEO, and will work closely with staff within CPAS. The Senior Administration Officer will liaise regularly with the Chair holder and the CEO, CPAS Directorate, key Chair stakeholders (including the steering committee and visiting fellows), the Office of the College Dean, Science Administration and Research Schools across the University.The SchoolThe Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science (CPAS) at ANU was the first science communication centre in Australia and is now the most diverse of its kind in the world. We are global leaders in our field, developing methods to encourage informed decisions about the big scientific issues.The Centre’s mission is to encourage a confident democratic ownership of modern science nationally and internationally by increasing science awareness in the community, fostering public dialogue about science, and improving the communication skills of scientists.Through research led education our students become skilled communicators who can engage people with the science, technology, or medical information that is most relevant to them. Our research investigates the ways science is being communicated in the public arena, new ways to excite the public imagination about science and methods to encourage informed decisions about scientific issues that concern us in the 21st century.The CollegeThe ANU College of Science encompasses the disciplines of: Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Environment and Society, Mathematics, Physics, and Science Communication and is also home to a number of cross-disciplinary and specialist Institutes and Centres.  Staff and students within the ANU College of Science conduct research and deliver a research-led education program that encompasses the breadth of the sciences, supported by extensive international networks and by world-class facilities. To find out more about the Science at ANU community, follow us on social media at Instagram and FacebookFor further information please contact, A/Prof Sujatha Raman, T: +61 2 6125 0498, E: sujatha.raman@anu.edu.au.  ANU values diversity and inclusion and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to people of all backgrounds and identities.  For more information about staff equity at ANU, click here. For enquiries about the application process, or if you require reasonable adjustment to apply for this role, please contact the hiring manager on the above listed details.Application informationIn order to apply for this role please make sure that you upload the following documents:A statement addressing the selection criteria.A current curriculum vitae (CV) which includes the names and contact details of at least three referees (preferably including a current or previous supervisor). If your CV does not include referees you can complete these online when prompted in the application form.Other documents, if required.Applications which do not address the selection criteria may not be considered for the position.Please note: The successful candidate must have rights to live and work in this country and will be required to undergo a background check during the recruitment process.  An offer of employment is conditional on satisfactory results.
Business Intelligence Analysts
MACRO Recruitment, ACT
6-18 month contract with Defence using Microsoft Sql Server and Congnos Analytics.Must have NV1 and 5+ years experience as a Business AnalystCanberra$depends on experienceCapabilityOne (C1) is Defence’s portfolio management and decision support tool. It comprises an ecosystem of user interfaces, reporting and business intelligence tools that enable users to manage, view and interrogate data relating to programs, projects and domains and a range of other Defence capabilities.The Investment Portfolio Management Branch is responsible for maintenance, support and business intelligence capability for the solution. As part of a sustainment and enhancement program of work focussing on continuous improvement, business intelligence and reporting.As part of a program of work focussing business intelligence and data analysis, C1 requires Business Intelligence Analysts with experience in Microsoft Sql Server and Congnos Analytics.Deliverables:Under broad direction from the Data Management and Business Intelligence Lead, the successful candidate will work closely with stakeholders to understand information requirements for reports, dashboards and other visualisations and undertake analysis, design, development and maintenance of business intelligence artefacts (reports, dashboards and/or visualisations) to ensure business requirements are met. The successful candidate will be a part of multi-disciplinary team and will be responsible for the following deliverables and activities (but not limited to):• Experience in design, development and support of the COGNOS Framework Manager models.• Experience in design, development and support of COGNOS reports and dashboards.• Experience in writing simple and complex SQL statements.• Knowledge or experience for designing and developing power BI reports.• Experience for gathering and analysing reporting requirements from stakeholders• Develop and update technical documentation• Following implementation standards and Industry best practicesThe successful candidate is expected to exhibit the following behaviours:• Work collaboratively with Portfolio Performance Management team and other Investment Portfolio Management Branch members to delivery CapabilityOne outcomes;• Develop and maintain professional, respectful and positive relationships with CapabilityOne users, product owners, and suppliers across Defence Groups;• Contribute to a harmonious team environment that fosters innovation, creativity, and team collaboration to deliver project outcome;• Provide mentorship and guidance to other team members, APS and third parties as required.Essential criteria• At least 5 year’s recent experience as a Business Analyst• Experience delivering these services within a Commonwealth Government environment• Experience analysis, documenting and communicating complex business applications to both technical and non-technical colleagues• Extensive business analysis experience developing documentation for development teams.
Project Manager
Mental Health Australia, Canberra
Deakin, Canberra, ACTExcellent opportunity to use your strategic and operational project management skills with a national not for profit organisationFull-time position – 3 year contract with option to extend a further 12 monthsCompetitive remuneration package with a salary range of $95,000 – $105,000 (FTE), plus super and charity salary packaging optionsSupportive, family-friendly work environment Preferred location is Canberra but interest from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide applicants are welcomed The RoleReporting to the Director External Relations you will lead a small team and work with the Embrace Project Manager, Engagement & Partnerships to ensure work is planned and managed effectively and the Embrace Project outcomes are successfully delivered.This position has strategic policy and operational responsibility for the overall delivery of the Embrace Project encompassing project management and governance advice, and ensuring risks and issues associated with the project are identified and effectively managed To be considered for this roleRelevant tertiary qualifications (e.g. project management, business management, health) and/or demonstrated comprehensive experience in project and program managementSound experience in engaging effectively and working collaboratively with a range of stakeholders, including CALD communities and individuals, to facilitate cooperation and support in achieving outcomes and to establish and maintain strong effective working relationshipsSubstantial knowledge and experience in managing and delivering national programs, projects and contracts with Government and other funding bodiesDemonstrated knowledge of reporting requirements for government departments and experience in writing those reportsDemonstrated high level skills in budget development, financial management and cost control to achieve project deliverables, operational and/or strategic goalsDemonstrated ability to identify strategic and operational issues, think laterally and apply analytical, qualitative and research skills to develop appropriate creative strategies for resolutionStrong representational and interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively (written and verbal) with a diverse range of people to develop and share concepts, information and ideas successfullyEffective leadership and management skills to manage and develop others to achieve organisational goals and objectives This is a unique opportunity to help drive mental health and suicide prevention reforms for people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds, while enjoying the immense job satisfaction that arises from working in an area that benefits the wider community. For your hard work and dedication, you will be rewarded with ahighly attractive salary with a range of $95,000-$105,000 (FTE) commensurate with experience and qualifications, plus super, plus charity salary packaging options.
Unit Manager, Seasonal
Compass Group Canada, Russell, Ontario, Canada
What's in it for you? Join an award-winning culture. We have been recognized for being a Great Place to Work, in addition to being selected as a FORTUNE Global 500 Company, Best Workplaces Retail & Hospitality, and FORTUNE World's Most Admired Companies. The opportunities with us are endless. As the world's largest food and support services company, we offer an extensive range of learning and career opportunities for all our associates. Health & Safety. The health and safety of our associates, clients and guests has always been our top priority. We have the right processes in place to ensure our teams have the support they need to stay safe, while helping to keep our guests safe. Health Benefits. For our eligible associates, we offer comprehensive health, vision, and dental care coverage. A Focus on Mental Health and Wellness. just now is our Mental Health and Well-Being initiative that was created to share credible resources with our associates and the communities we serve on a variety of topics, including mental, physical, spiritual, and financial wellbeing. Visit our just now website at www.justnowcompass.com . We also have an Employment Assistance Program which provides our associates with access to 24/7 support, resources, and information. We are as diverse as our guests. We believe diverse and inclusive environments support innovation and collaboration, and benefit our associates, clients, and customers. We are committed to Listen, Learn, and Act and our Diversity Inclusion Action Councils (DIAC) are associate led groups that seek to foster inclusion through cultural awareness, engagement and appreciation of diversity. We are Stronger, Together! You might not know our name, but you know where we are. That's because Compass Group Canada is part of a global foodservice and support services company that's the 6th largest employer in the world, with 625,000 employees.You'll find us in schools, colleges, hospitals, office buildings, senior living communities, tourist attractions, sports venues, remote camps and military installations and more. We're in all major cities, at remote work sites and everywhere in between - doing business in Canada and 50+ other countries where you can learn and grow. Join us now and point your career forward!Imagine creating a place where tomorrow's leaders, big thinkers, and dreamers gather. Join us and know that you make it possible for others to learn, grow, and discover. Because of what we do, students and faculty share so much more than a meal. And that's why this is so much more than a job.Why work with Chartwells? We are a member of Compass Group Canada, the leading foodservice and support services company. We cater to Generation Z on college campuses and upcoming K-12 generations. We offer dining programs and solutions that fit the unique needs of today's students. Join our commitment to providing responsible, healthy-eating solutions.Click here to view our Team Member video!Job Details Status: Seasonal Schedule: Monday to Friday, 7:00am - 2:00pm Wage: $17.00/hr Location: St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic High School, Russell ON Important Information: Two years management experience required. Schedule follows school calendar. Great Benefits package. Job Summary How you will make an impact:You will be responsible for overseeing several operating units and acting as the company's representative on site, promoting the company image and ensuring compliance with all statutory regulations.As a Unit Manager, you will: Drive the financial success of the unit's operation Lead all phases of food preparation, menu planning and development, operation planning and expenditures, budgeting, costing, and maintaining proper inventory levels Recruit, hire, schedule and perform general administrative duties Ensure excellent client relationships and client satisfaction with the service options Achieve compliance with Compass' Quality Assurance, Occupational Health and Safety Act and WHMIS regulations. Initiate frequent workplace inspections and WHMIS training of all staff and effectively manage all About you: At least two years of related food service/housekeeping management experience A strong motivator, mentor, and leader with management skills A detail-oriented individual and a strong team player Outstanding client relationship skills Excellent communication skills (written and verbal) Proven Microsoft Office skills (Word, Excel, Outlook) Compass Group Canada is committed to nurturing a diverse workforce representative of the communities within which we operate. We encourage and are pleased to consider all qualified candidates, without regard to race, colour, citizenship, religion, sex, marital / family status, sexual orientation, gender identity, aboriginal status, age, disability or persons who may require an accommodation, to apply.For accommodation requests during the hiring process, please contact PeopleHub@compass-canada.com for further information.Salary: . Date posted: 01/14/2022 03:26 PM
Monitoring Technician
Mott MacDonald, Canberra, AU
Job DescriptionWe are looking to engage a Monitoring Technician to join our Water team. You will be working on our major Mott MacDonald projects across Australia.The opportunity:Assist with the installation, calibration, and maintenance of flow monitoring equipment in sewers, stormwater, streams, and water supplyAssist with data analysis and reporting of flow monitoring outcomesMonitoring instrument maintenanceStrong confined space entry safety outcomesPrivate property and wastewater manhole defect investigationsCandidate SpecificationWhat you will bring to the team:Preferably a degree in Environmental Science, Science, Engineering or Diploma of Water Resource ManagementConfined Space Entry Certification (training supplied)First Aid Certification (training supplied)Willingness to be vaccinated against Hepatitis A&B, Typhoid, Polio, Tetanus (required by Client)Australian Drivers LicenceBasic proficiency in MS-OfficeIn return we will offer you:All the benefits that come from working in a global consultancy, including a competitive salary, ongoing professional support, career development, agile working and a great opportunity to work on key projects.There's no time like the present to make a change.Job ProfileMott MacDonald is a uniquely diverse global management, engineering and development consultancy that offers a diverse range of opportunities for potential employees to work with World Expert Practitioners on small and large scale projects within Australia and New Zealand.Our unique geographical location means that we are able to tap into expertise and resources from other countries in which we operate and so whether you are from a technical background or have traditionally worked in support services, you will be amazed at the career development opportunities that Mott MacDonald Australia and New Zealand can offer to you.Other InformationEquality, diversity and inclusionWe put equality, diversity and inclusion at the heart of our business, seeking to promote fair employment procedures and practices to ensure equal opportunities for all. We encourage individual expression in our workplace and are committed to creating an inclusive environment where everyone feels they have the opportunity to contribute.Agile workingAt Mott MacDonald, we believe it makes business sense for you and your manager to choose how you can work most effectively to meet your client, team and personal commitments. We embrace agility, flexibility and trust.More about Mott MacDonaldWe’re a global engineering, management and development consultancy.Our purpose is to improve society by considering social outcomes in everything we do, relentlessly focusing on excellence and digital innovation, transforming our clients’ businesses, our communities and employment opportunities.A fundamental part of this is respecting each person’s differences and striving to meet their needs.Our values: progress, respect, integrity, drive, excellenceApply for this jobCLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE MOTT MACDONALD WEBSITE
Contaminated Land Management Project Managers and Project Directors
RPS, Canberra, AU
About usRPS is a global network of professionals who provide world-class consultancy solutions in energy, resources, mining, infrastructure, environment and urban growth. We have a highly motivated team of more than 5,000 people globally who work from offices across the UK, Ireland, The Netherlands, United States, Canada, and the Asia Pacific and undertake projects in many other parts of the world. We employ over 1,000 people in over 30 offices in the Australia and Asia Pacific region.About the rolesDue to exceptional growth and success, the RPS Remediation Project Management team are seeking highly motivated and qualified client-side Project Managers and Project Directors who have previous experience in successfully managing and delivering environmental remediation projects across various market sectors including Defence, aviation, commercial, and infrastructure.You will enjoy working with RPS if you are committed to a role that offers you scope, autonomy, challenge, collaboration on environmental remediation projects. We are offering you the opportunity to be part of our continued success, providing you with a challenging and rewarding role where your efforts will be recognised.Roles will be based on the East Coast across our Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney and Brisbane offices and will give you the opportunity to combine your passion for project management and the environment with your well-developed contract management and communication skills, to assist in the delivery of high-quality work and achieve great outcomes for our clients and the environment.About youProject Manager:Tertiary qualifications in Project Management / Environmental Science and/or Engineering (Environmental or Civil)Three to five years’ experience in project management and contract administration of environmental remediation projects as a consultant, regulator, or within the industryExperience in environmental and contaminated land management, including contaminated site assessments or large-scale construction projectsExceptional project financial and contract management abilitiesAIPM Certified Practicing Project Manager certification would be advantageousAble to successfully obtain and maintain a minimum Baseline Security ClearanceProject Director:Relevant tertiary qualifications10 to 15 years experience in leading environmental projects as a consultant, regulator, or within the industrySignificant experience and strong technical competency in environmental remediation project and contract management, including contamination assessment and managementA reputation for delivering high-quality work, building excellent team morale and client relationshipsAIPM Certified Practicing Project Director certification or Certified Environmental Practitioner (CEnvP) Site Contamination or equivalent would be advantageousAble to successfully obtain and maintain a minimum Baseline Security Clearance (including holding Australian citizenship)Additional InformationRPS will provide you with a generous remuneration + additional employee benefits such as career development opportunities + paid parental leave + active life reimbursement and more.RPS is a market-leading project management team that specialises in the delivery of large complex projects and you will have the opportunity to work with some of the most influential and talented leaders in the industry.If you are an Australian resident, seeking a friendly and professional organisation where workplace culture is highly valued, and where you can be mentored and further grow and develop under the guidance and support of industry experts, we welcome you to apply now.Our Approach Our people live our purpose, deliver our promise, and demonstrate our behaviours every day. Our behaviours define who we are. Developed by our people, they underpin everything that we do. They create the memorable experiences we are known for and make RPS a great place to do great work. ‘Stronger Together’ is one of our five core behaviours and it is inherent in creating an inclusive workplace: ‘We are respectful, acknowledge diversity, and recognise the potential and contribution of everyone. We bring out the best in one another, always assuming the best intent. People who learn and grow thrive in our business, sharing in our success.’Recruitment AgenciesWe have a Preferred Supplier List of trusted partners to assist us when required and do not acknowledge any speculative CVs or unsolicited candidate introductions from agencies, not on this list. Please refer to the careers page on our website if you require any further information.Apply for this jobCLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE RPS WEBSITE