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Policy Officers APS5 - EL1
, Canberra
ASAP Start Our Division works to maintain a competitive and sustainable through appropriate regulation, and policy development.The OpportunityThe Domestic Policy Group in the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet provides advice to the Prime Minister and Cabinet on the Australian economy and reforms to enhance our nation's prosperity. We are looking to fill immediate vacancies at the APS5 and APS6 levels for vacancies across the Regulatory Reform Division, Digital Technology Taskforce, Office of National Data Commissioner, Social Policy Division, Women's Economic Security Branch and Industry, Infrastructure and Environment Division.Regulatory Reform Division (RRD) supports the Government in driving an ambitious Deregulation Agenda, a key component of the Government's plan to support economic recovery by making it simpler and easier for businesses to grow and create jobs. The Agenda is focused on ensuring that regulations and how they are administered are fit-for-purpose, and implemented in a way that maintains critical safeguards while reducing the regulatory burden. The Division comprises the Deregulation Taskforce, which undertakes 'deep dives' into complex or overlapping areas of regulation that impose unnecessarily high burdens on businesses, and the Regulatory Policy Branch, responsible for driving the whole-of-government approach to improving regulatory policy settings and regulator performance across all portfolios.The Digital Technology Taskforce supports the Government in securing the opportunities digital innovation presents for Australian businesses and consumers, including the delivery and further development of Australia's Digital Economy Strategy. The Strategy is a whole-of-government plan to drive digital innovation and adoption to build jobs, improve government services and create new business opportunities. The Taskforce undertakes 'deep dives' into cross-cutting issues relating to the digital economy, examines developments in emerging technologies and the wider digital economy and progresses the next actions under the Strategy in collaboration with agencies across the APS. The Taskforce engages widely with business, industry groups, policy agencies and regulators as well as other key stakeholders to deliver high quality policy advice to Government.Social Policy Division's (SPD) mission is to improve the lives of all Australians by supporting individuals, families and communities to thrive. The Division does so by working collaboratively with a wide range of Commonwealth agencies and other stakeholders to shape a whole-of-government social policy agenda, focused on outcomes for all Australians. The Division includes teams that provide advice to the Prime Minister on issues relating to social services, health, education, skills, disability, mental health, veterans' affairs, Indigenous policy, immigration and sport. Positions are available across SPD, with the majority of roles to support critical social policy reforms including mental health and suicide prevention and Closing the Gap.Our Ideal CandidateThe successful applicant(s) will be critical thinkers, who are able to contribute their own ideas and apply strong conceptual skills to a wide range of policy issues. We are seeking motivated candidates who thrive in busy, dynamic environments and are able to work effectively under pressure, and work well with colleagues to provide considered policy advice. You will have good communication skills and be able to communicate clearly with a wide range of stakeholders, building strong and collaborative working relationships. You will also have good research, analysis and writing skills, and be able to draft quality briefs, submissions, correspondence and other written material. The ideal candidate will have a sound understanding of the Government's economic and domestic policy agenda and/or the capacity to quickly learn new subject matter to respond to Ministerial enquiries. To be successful at the APS 6 level, candidates will need to demonstrate strong independent problem-solving and critical thinking skills, and have a proven ability to deliver complex tasks to a high-standard. You will have strong judgement and initiative, able to work under limited direction, and have a sound understanding of policy making. All candidates should be able to demonstrate a commitment to diversity and the capacity to identify the needs of all Australians, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, and LGBTQIA+ people to improve policy advice and solutions.What We OfferAgile, respectful, dynamic, and inclusive workplace; Attractive remuneration package including generous employer superannuation contributions;Exciting and fulfilling work at the heart of government, contributing to improving the lives of all Australians, with career development and networking opportunities difficult to find elsewhere;The opportunity to work with strong, smart, visionary and experienced leaders who encourage and support you to develop your interests and expertise and achieve your ambitions.We embrace flexible working practices including working from home and specially designed offices to enable flexible working approaches through spaces designed to accommodate a range of working styles (whilst at all times adhering to social distancing principles and appropriate hygiene practices).PM&C staff apply flexibility and activity-based principles to work, allowing them to choose where and how they work in an open space, while using integrated technological solutions. 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Zero Harm Officer
Hays ANZ, n Capital Territory
Excellent Career OpportunityCompetitive SalaryLong Term OpportunityBill O'Rourke On 02 6112 7610 or Bill.orourke@hays.com.au Canberra Based Competitive Salary + TOT + Vehicle The Zero Harm Officer - is responsible for embedding the new Zero Harm framework for project works across multiple sites in the Canberra Region and South Coast. Your new company Your new company is an ASX listed, national leader in facilities management, service delivery, project management, infrastructure & construction. With over 40,000 personnel across 300 plus sites in Australian and New Zealand. Your new roleUndertaking audits, site observations and other assurance activities at all sites on a weekly basis that demonstrate Zero Harm due diligence and compliance with legislated obligations in project works activities.Coach, guide and mentor Service Delivery Partners (SDPs) and Projects/Operations Teams to ensure a strong, consistent and positive safety cultureEngage in, and contribute to, Pre-Start Meetings, Toolbox Talks, Risk Assessment Workshops, Inductions and Safety Stand-downs at all sites every week.Coordinate and deliver high quality weekly and monthly reports, briefs and correspondence for consideration by senior management.Lead and support incident investigations for Project Works activities in conjunction with the Zero Harm Team, EMOS Operations Teams and Service Line/Functional Support TeamsSupport the Zero Harm Team in development and implementation of the organisation's Annual Zero Harm Assurance Plan with input from senior stakeholders, and report on compliance to the plan, including evidence management.Support the Business in achievement of annual Zero Harm KPIs set.Support successful execution of the Corporate Zero Harm Strategy within the sites and ensure Zero Harm outcomes are achieved in a timely manner.Encourage and drive line management willingness to comply with corporate Zero Harm guidelines and policies.What you'll need to succeedStrong systems knowledge including ISO and AS/NZ standards to support safetystandards and audits and to ensure that federal requirements and accreditations areachievedStrong knowledge of safety and environmental legislation, codes of practice andindustry best practice in QLDMust be proficient in the Microsoft suite of programs e.g. Word, Excel, PowerPointA high level of organisational ability and attention to detail.A 'trust but verify' mentality, preferring boots-on-ground methods to confirm safetyperformance in the field and provide a visible ZH leadership presenceGood work ethic, honest, reliable and the ability to work autonomously.Ability to work with discretion and utmost professionalism as regards all issues of asensitive or confidential nature.What you'll get in return You will be working with a company that values it's people and fosters the growth of individuals. They'll invest in increasing your skills while offering you opportunities to be exposed to new and varied work. This is a full-time permanent role that offers a competitive salary in a dynamic work environment.
2022 Graduate Program - Canberra
EY Australia, Canberra, ACT
Could the skills you learn here unlock doors anywhere?Here at EY, you'll have the chance to build a truly exceptional experience. We'll empower you with the latest technology, surround you with high-performing teams, and provide the global scale and diverse and inclusive culture you need to discover your full potential. Through our coaching and training programs, you'll develop the skillsets you need to stay relevant today and in the future – all while building a network of colleagues, mentors, and leaders who will be on the journey with you at EY and beyond.The opportunity:EY Canberra currently have Graduate opportunities in the following teams:Consulting:Cyber: We enable trust in systems, design and data so organisations can take more risk, make change and enable innovation with confidence.Digital and Emerging Technologies: Our D&ET team advise organisations on digital and emerging technologies to help them improve their business models and transform to realise long-term value and improved strategies.Technology Solution Delivery: Providing technology enabled programs that support organisations at they undergo major transformations. Through end-to-end solutions implementation services from strategy and architecture, to production employment.Data and Analytics: We assist clients across all sectors to transform their firms into data-driven organizations where trusted intelligence is embedded in daily operations, from the board room to the front line.Strategy and Transactions:Valuation, Modelling and Economics: Our valuation, modelling and economics professionals perform high-quality valuations of companies and individual assets that recognize the need for transparent and robust valuations that satisfy corporate, regulatory and accounting requirements.Infrastructure Advisory: We assist in devising and comparing financial plans and delivery approaches for projects that involve public or private financing, project revenues and grants — and provide support to clients in their implementation of those plans.Assurance:Audit: Audit services involve reporting on the fairness in all material respects with which a client's audited financial statements are presented, in conformity with the applicable financial reporting framework.By joining us as a full-time Graduate in our Canberra office, we'll help you achieve your career goals with continuous support, learning and experiences. You'll enjoy early responsibility, expand your network and build your skills.What we look for:You have an agile, growth-oriented mindset. What you know matters. But the right mindset is just as important in determining success. We're looking for people who are innovative, can work in an agile way and keep pace with a rapidly changing world.You are curious and purpose driven. We're looking for people who see opportunities instead of challenges, who ask better questions to seek better answers that build a better working world.You are inclusive. We're looking for people who seek out and embrace diverse perspectives, who value differences, and team inclusively to build safety and trust.EligibilityTo apply for our Graduate Program, you are required to be:In the final year of your degree, or if you have completed an undergraduate or postgraduate degree you are within 18 months from your graduation date at the time of applicationDue to client requirements, we can only accept applications from Australian Citizens for all of our programs running in Canberra.What's in it for youAccelerate your technical capabilities and transformative leadership skills with future-focused courses and development programs.Broaden your horizons by working on highly integrated teams across the globe and collaborate with people of diverse backgrounds — both professionally and culturally.Bring out the best in yourself with continuous investment in your personal well-being and career development.Develop your own personal purpose and help us create a positive ripple effect on our teams, our business, clients and society – building a better working world, together.A diverse and inclusive culture. We'll embrace you for who you are, and empower you to use your voice to help others find theirs.Apply today:Please send your CV and a brief email explaining which team you are applying for and why, to the Canberra Campus Recruitment team via Apply Direct.EY | Building a better working world