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Please contact Luxmi Cruse 0416 316 473Large Federal Government Agency looking to add and expand its team to working with subject matter that will have significant impact across Australia.They are looking for people with experience but also the right person to work in a collaborative close-knit team.As a Project Officer or Manager your main responsibilities would be:Overall responsibility for ensuring the safe delivery of a project to timeCost and quality targets ensuring compliance with regulatory process requirements with responsibility for leading the project to a successful conclusionProvides leadership, management, and governance to ensure the projects meet specified stakeholder requirementsPromote the principles as set out in the division's project management process and procedures.Customer and stakeholder management externally and internally, consistent with the overall strategy of the business and delivery of programs and projectsProgram Officer and Manager your main responsibilities would be Provide high-quality project and program management support or leadershipAssist with communications and relationships with all stakeholders.Produce monthly reports including project programs, risk registers etc.Implement effective and efficient communication tools.Positively contribute to the internal team and seek to add value.Be diligent, efficient, and pay great attention to detail to deliver quality project support and outputs.Work collaboratively with colleagues on large-scale complex projects.As a Project Officer or Manager Demonstrable project experience from another large Federal AgencyExperience of working in complex organisationsTeam Leadership or supportProactive reporting of progress and status of assignments including appropriate follow upTechnical Writing SkillsAs a Program Officer and Manager Demonstrated technical project management knowledge, demonstrating experience and aptitude.A self-motivated individual who is comfortable working with competing demands and responding to tight deadlines and can operate with a good degree of autonomy.Excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to communicate technical and policy information effectively to a range of audiences.General requirement must-havesAustralian CitizenshipCurrent Baseline Security ClearanceCurrent Federal Government experience in the relevant disciplineOpportunity to stamp your mark with a new team in a new division in a Federal Government agency