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ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Are you a nursing/midwifery workforce change management extraordinaire? If so, we have the job for you!  Join the Office of the ACT Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer to support the successful implementation of the Nurse/Midwife-to-Patient Ratio Framework across the ACT public health services. In this position you will report to the Ratios Implementation Manager and will be responsible for analytical, administrative and project related tasks. You will be based at Calvary Public Hospital Bruce for close consultation and collaboration with the Executive Director of Nursing and Midwifery. In our Office we are busy creating a better working environment for nurses and midwives. We do this through stakeholder collaboration, by being “problem solvers”, by writing persuasive, high quality, and well-informed documents, and by sharing with and caring for our colleagues. It’s important to us that you support our team culture and contribute to maintaining our upbeat momentum. The ACT Public Service 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, culturally diverse people and those who identify as LGBTIQ are encouraged to apply.Eligibility/Other Requirements: Be registered or eligible for registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board [Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) as a Registered Nurse or Registered Midwife.Have a minimum of five years’ experience working professionally in nursing and/or midwifery management or leadership role.A postgraduate tertiary qualification in nursing, midwifery or project management is desirable.As required, ensure compliance to the ACT public health services immunisation requirements.Prior to commencement, the successful candidate will be required to undergo a pre-employment National Police Check.Notes: This is a temporary position available for two years from 25 October 2021 until 27 October 2023 with the possibility of extension. An order of merit will be established from this selection process and may be used to fill future identical vacancies over the next 12 months.
Test Lead
Leidos, Canberra, n Capital Territory
Company DescriptionAbout UsWe bring together science, engineering and technology to deliver smart solutions to our Government customers’ most complex problems – innovative, technically advanced and highly practical. For example, we deliver software applications for a wide range of missions in the Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance domain. We provide critical projects to the Department of Defence and also support the IT environment for the Australian Taxation Office. We also maintain legislative websites for a number of Governments.Job DescriptionThis role is to work on an important Defence ICT program. This is an exciting time to join the team and get involved in the hands on testing and coordinating with our customers and all stakeholders. You will put the plan in place to prove success!You will also:Synthesise customer contractual needs and requirements into system test solutions that acknowledge technical, schedule and cost constraints.Develop test plans, test cases and test procedures; and effectively execute within the bounds of technical, schedule and cost constraints,Good collaborative problem solving skills.Reviews, evaluates and derives requirements for testability, develops and directs preparation and execution of comprehensive test plans, procedures and schedules for complete systems and/or subsystems.Coordinates subsystem and/or system testing activities with programs and other organisations.Performs analysis of test results and prepares comprehensive subsystem and/or system level evaluation reports which verify and validate system performanceQualificationsYou will be curious, a consummate systems integrator that is looking to lead the V&V process for off the shelf products and subsystems created to support the end product, and ensuring the systems work seamlessly with each other. Coupled with your education and practical experience, you will demonstrate a “can-do”, pro-active, approach with the ability to understand the business, identify issues and develop relationships to achieve Leidos’s objectives. You will be team focused, able to lead by example and be an effective communicator that is confident to communicate at all stakeholder levels.You will also have:Substantial experience at Integration & Test of software, components, subsystems and systems.Substantial experience in test requirements elicitation, management, decomposition, traceability, and documentation utilising test management processes and tools.Familiarity with System Engineering Practices.Experience working within Defence environment is desirable.Additional InformationThis role requires the successful applicant to be an Australian Citizen and be willing to obtain and hold an NV-2 Australian Government Security Clearance.What You'll LoveThis is a fast growing business currently implementing a range of business improvement initiatives, so you’ll have the chance to see some market leading technologies implemented across the function along with contributing to building further on the progressive work currently being developed. We offer a flexible working environment where it’s possible to design your ideal work week.You’ll be joining a fun and friendly team who support each other closely and love to celebrate together.
Cost Manager - Commercial
Turner & Townsend, Canberra, n Capital Territory
Company DescriptionAt Turner & Townsend we’re passionate about making the difference. That means delivering better outcomes for our clients, helping our people to realise their potential, and doing our part to create a prosperous society.Every day we help our major global clients deliver ambitious and highly technical projects in over 111 offices and 45 countries worldwide.Due to significant growth and ongoing delivery success with our clients, Turner & Townsend are recruiting for an experienced Cost Manager to join the Canberra team.Working within a friendly, professional and highly successful team and reporting to our Director of Cost Management, you will be working across a range of different projects in the property sector. Job DescriptionCollaborate and develop good relationships with clients and stakeholders internally and externally.Responsible for pre and post-contract quantity surveying duties including preparation of cost estimates, procurement and tendering, contract administration, variation, final account, etc.Completing feasibility studies and writing procurement reports.Estimating and cost planning to include producing and presenting the final cost plan.Tendering and procuring, including managing the pre-qualification stage, producing the tender list, putting the preliminaries together, tender analysis, producing the tender report and compiling the contractual documents.Contributing to business development including leading the preparation and delivery of bids in the market.Taking personal responsibility for making cost checks and carrying out valuations on larger projects and in all cases ensuring that timely and accurate cost checking and valuation takes place.Producing monthly post contract cost reports and presenting them to the client.Interfacing with the client and other consultants, at all project stagesQualificationsA recognised Degree Qualification RICS or AIQS accreditation desirable.Relevant work experience, ideally in a consultancy environment.Experience in the Australian Construction and Property market ideal.Team player with the ability to work autonomously.Excellent command of written and spoken English with excellent report and bid writing skills.Strong time management skills, quick thinking and resilience to deal with a fast paced environment.Highly motivated and driven with a passion for delivering to your clients and have the ability to work independentlyAdditional InformationWe want our people to succeed both in work and life. To support this we promote a healthy, productive and flexible working environment that respects work-life balance.Turner & Townsend is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees and actively encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and people from all sectors of the community. Turner & Townsend have a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) approved by Reconciliation Australia.Turner & Townsend does not accept any speculative or unsolicited CV’s that have been sent to our internal recruitment team or hiring managers from agencies outside of our preferred supplier list. Any speculative or unsolicited CV’s will be treated as a direct application.Please find out more about us at www.turnerandtownsend.com/#LI-BG1
Assistant Project Manager - Academic Construction Projects
Michael Page, Franklin, Norfolk County, MA Massachusetts, USA
Job Description & How to Apply BelowMPI does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, or based on an individual's status in any group or class protected by applicable federal, state or local law. MPI encourages applications from minorities, women, the disabled, protected veterans and all other qualified applicants.SummaryMichael Page is actively working with the one of the leading mid-sized firms in the Greater Boston area as they look to build out their team for the remainder of 2021. This company is currently seeking to hire a Assistant Project Manager - Academic Construction Projects to support the new construction of high-profile projects around Boston.Client DetailsThis company is a mid-sized general contractor based in the city of Boston that has grown to $200+ million in annual revenue over recent years. Their project specialties lie in the academic, life science, and healthcare sectors; however, they have worked on a range of other commercial projects as well. As 2022 approaches, they have several projects across the local region that they are actively hiring talent for. This role presents as a great opportunity for a candidate who would like to work in recession-proof market sectors while working amongst the most knowledgable, passionate construction professionals in the region.DescriptionThe Assistant Project Manager - Academic Construction Projects is responsible for:overseeing and completing project compliance (RFIs, change orders, and other similar documentation)working on site to assist in managing the constructionattending and taking part in project meetings with clients and architectsassisting in the oversight of the project schedule and budget, ensuring that the job completes on-time and on-budgetreporting to the Project Manager on a particular projectPlease apply today for immediate consideration within 24 hours.ProfileThe right Assistant Project Manager - Academic Construction Projects has:at least 2 years of relevant construction and project management experience (required)experience working on academic projects (healthcare/life science also acceptable)leadership abilities and the capacity to communicate clearly and effectivelya positive attitude and the interest in growing/developing long-termBachelor's Degree in a construction-related fieldJob OfferThe Assistant Project Manager - Academic Construction Projects receives:base salary up to $90,000car allowanceannual bonuses401k accounthealthcare and dental insurance3 weeks vacation