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Senior Project Engineer (Design) - Multiple Opportunities (VPSG5)
North East Link Project, Melbourne, CBD
Location: Melbourne | CBD Job type: Full time / 3 years Organisation: North East Link Project Salary: $101,120 - $122,348 Occupation: Engineering Reference: VG/28188 Job posted: 08/07/2021 Closes: 25/07/2021 Occupation: Engineering Classification: VPSG5 Job duration: 3 years Contact: Trewin Nottle-Payne, People and Culture Advisor | trewin.nottle-payne@northeastlink.vic.gov.au Reference: VG/28188 Occupation: Engineering Salary Range: $101,120 - $122,348 Work location: Melbourne | CBD The North East Link Project will deliver the missing link in Melbourne's road network that will finally complete the Metropolitan Ring Road by connecting the M80 to the Eastern Freeway to improve outer north-south links for road freight movement and improve travel time and reliability. Senior Project Engineer (Design)Multiple roles - bring your design expertise to an important role in supporting Victoria's largest transport infrastructure project!Further develop your design engineering career and contribute to significant tunnelling worksFixed term opportunity for 3 years – $101,120 – 122,348 + benefits!About North East LinkThe North East Link Project will connect the missing link in Melbourne's freeway network, while increasing the capacity of the Eastern Freeway. It will slash travel times, get trucks off local roads and link key growth areas in the north and south-east.About the OpportunityBe part of a transformative infrastructure project for Victoria, with an exciting role in the North East Link Project's (NELP) PPP Delivery team.As a Senior Project Engineer at NELP you will bring your technical expertise to role that will have real impact on Victoria's largest transport infrastructure project and provide positive community impact to Melburnians for decades to come. You will be responsible for providing professional expertise to a range of design packages, ensuring the safety and constructability of these packages and supporting delivery to be achieved to timeline, cost and quality requirements. You will provide professional guidance through in the reviewing of design documentation and liaise with a broad range of stakeholders to support this process. You will support design development and delivery to ensure projects are delivered to best practice, commercially sound and compliant with all relevant standards including contract and asset management, planning and environmental.You will play a critical role in supporting NELP's commitment to a “safety-first” culture through the application of safety in design principles.Travel and time spent at a site office (Bulleen, Heidelberg or Watsonia) will be a requirement of this position.Who we are looking forWe are looking for engineers with strong design backgrounds and a demonstrated understanding of how this impacts other project phases. We have roles available in the following disciplines:Tunnelling (TBM & Cut and Cover)CivilStructuralMechanical/ElectricalAbout You You possesses a relevant engineering qualification and a Victorian drivers licence. You are highly motivated to learn new skills and grow your experience in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. You possess the interpersonal skills necessary to support a broad range of stakeholders and are excited by the opportunity to work in a cross-disciplinary environment.Furthermore, you possess:Demonstrated relevant engineering experience with a strong focus on design across one or more of the listed disciplines, ideally developed within the context of a transport infrastructure projectDemonstrated expertise in conducting reviews of design documentation and providing clear and concise comments that reflect a highly developed understanding of risk and safety management principlesAbility to provide technical expertise to project teams to meet scope, time and cost obligations across the design and construction processA strong understanding of occupational health & safety requirements, environmental responsibilities and commercial obligations in the context of a transport project.How to applyPlease submit a cover letter (addressed to NELP People and Culture) detailing your suitability and a CVAs part of the application process you will be asked additional questions to further support your applicationApplications will be reviewed internallyShould your application be shortlisted a People and Culture representative will contact you by phone and invite you to complete an online interviewAll online interviews will be assessed and should you be successful in this stage you will be contacted again on next stepsBenefitsOur commitment to creating a workplace that inspires you, engages you and grows you is strong – we want you to be a powerful contributor to this wonderfully diverse and dynamic organisation. Our offering continues to grow but here is what we already have in store for you:Wellbeing programBiannual salary increases and 17.5% payment on top of your base salary when you take annual leaveFlexible working arrangements (including ability to purchase additional leave)Team benefits discount card at a variety of restaurants and cafesAccess to discounted public transportAdditional information For a confidential discussion contact Trewin Nottle-Payne, People & Culture Advisor via Trewin.nottle-payne@northeastlink.vic.gov.auApplications close at 11:59pm on Sunday 25th July.Our advertisement is only intended for individuals interested in employment with NELP. Recruitment agencies need not contact.We believe in inclusiveness, diversity and equality and are committed to ensuring that our workplaces are a reflection of the Victorian community. We recognise the benefits that a diverse and inclusive culture brings for our employees and encourage talented people from all backgrounds, abilities and identities to apply to our vacancies. We strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with a disability and others from under-represented backgrounds to apply.
Planner/Geospatial Analyst Listing
Careerone Partner Network, South Yarra, Stonnington Area, Melbourne, VIC
Planner/Geospatial Analyst Planner/Geospatial Analyst New listing Posted Today. 20 people have viewed this job. Location: SOUTH MELBOURNE, VIC External link. Opens in a new window Salary: Not Specified Work Type: Full time position Tenancy: Permanent position Positions: 1 Location: Level 2, 299 Clarendon St SOUTH MELBOURNE VIC 3205 External link. Opens in a new window How to get here? Job ID: 2294210256 Source: Public Employer Last Modified: 07 July 2021 Website: http://www.meshplanning.com.au Description We are looking for a Planner/Geospatial Analyst to join our team. Mesh Livable Urban Communities Pty Ltd is a boutique urban design and planning firm working for a range of clients, including the development industry and government. We specialise in Structure Planning and preparation of Development/Infrastructure Contributions Plans. We are looking for someone with experience and specialist skills in planning and geospatial analysis to work on a range of projects, but particularly, on our Development/Infrastructure Contributions Plans. The role involves: Use of GIS tools and data to analyse and prepare Development/Infrastructure Contributions Plans Analysis and representation of geospatial data for statutory and strategic planning and urban design projects Provision of advice to the Planning and Urban Design team regarding opportunities to use GIS tools and data in new and innovative ways to benefit Mesh projects Analysis of a range of data sets (Including demographic and economic data sets) to contribute to structure and Infrastructure planning projects Using you combined planning and geospatial skills to prepare documents, charts, plans, 3D models and graphics for planning permit applications, strategic planning projects, and Development/Infrastructure contributions plans. Compiling and maintaining Meshs GIS data sets, by researching and sourcing up to date data from a range of sources, including Meshs clients, Landata Vic/DELWP and partner consultancies (engineers, surveyors etc). The role is a full-time role, based in our South Melbourne office. Salary range is $55,000-60,000 plus super. Applicants must have the following skills/experience: An undergraduate/masters degree in planning/geospatial analysis (or similar) At least 1 years experience in a planning/GIS role, ideally working with Victorias Development/Infrastructure Contributions system Highly developed GIS skills (using QGIS) An understanding of Victorias Planning system Applications must include a CV and a cover letter identifying a response to the above listed skills/experience. Please contact infomeshplanning.com.au for a more information. Protect yourself: Cyber criminals are taking advantage of COVID-19. Be extra cautious about who you give your information to. Never give your bank or credit card details or date of birth when applying for a job. Check if the job is genuine by researching the employer and contacting them before applying. Watch Don't get scammed by a fake job ad for more tips to protect yourself. If something doesn't seem right, Report this Job.
Planner/Geospatial Analyst
Careerone Partner Network, South Yarra, Stonnington Area, Melbourne, VIC
Planner/Geospatial Analyst Planner/Geospatial Analyst Posted 1 day ago. 70 people have viewed this job. Location: SOUTH MELBOURNE, VIC External link. Opens in a new window Salary: Not Specified Work Type: Full time position Tenancy: Permanent position Positions: 1 Location: Level 2, 299 Clarendon St SOUTH MELBOURNE VIC 3205 External link. Opens in a new window How to get here? Job ID: 2294210256 Source: Public Employer Last Modified: 07 July 2021 Website: http://www.meshplanning.com.au Description We are looking for a Planner/Geospatial Analyst to join our team. Mesh Livable Urban Communities Pty Ltd is a boutique urban design and planning firm working for a range of clients, including the development industry and government. We specialise in Structure Planning and preparation of Development/Infrastructure Contributions Plans. We are looking for someone with experience and specialist skills in planning and geospatial analysis to work on a range of projects, but particularly, on our Development/Infrastructure Contributions Plans. The role involves: Use of GIS tools and data to analyse and prepare Development/Infrastructure Contributions Plans Analysis and representation of geospatial data for statutory and strategic planning and urban design projects Provision of advice to the Planning and Urban Design team regarding opportunities to use GIS tools and data in new and innovative ways to benefit Mesh projects Analysis of a range of data sets (Including demographic and economic data sets) to contribute to structure and Infrastructure planning projects Using you combined planning and geospatial skills to prepare documents, charts, plans, 3D models and graphics for planning permit applications, strategic planning projects, and Development/Infrastructure contributions plans. Compiling and maintaining Meshs GIS data sets, by researching and sourcing up to date data from a range of sources, including Meshs clients, Landata Vic/DELWP and partner consultancies (engineers, surveyors etc). The role is a full-time role, based in our South Melbourne office. Salary range is $55,000-60,000 plus super. Applicants must have the following skills/experience: An undergraduate/masters degree in planning/geospatial analysis (or similar) At least 1 years experience in a planning/GIS role, ideally working with Victorias Development/Infrastructure Contributions system Highly developed GIS skills (using QGIS) An understanding of Victorias Planning system Applications must include a CV and a cover letter identifying a response to the above listed skills/experience. Please contact infomeshplanning.com.au for a more information. Protect yourself: Cyber criminals are taking advantage of COVID-19. Be extra cautious about who you give your information to. Never give your bank or credit card details or date of birth when applying for a job. Check if the job is genuine by researching the employer and contacting them before applying. Watch Don't get scammed by a fake job ad for more tips to protect yourself. If something doesn't seem right, Report this Job.
Senior Project Engineer (Design) - Multiple Opportunities
State of Victoria, Melbourne, Melbourne Region
Victorian Public Sector Job Application Tracking System The North East Link Project will deliver the missing link in Melbourne's road network that will finally complete the Metropolitan Ring Road by connecting the M80 to the Eastern Freeway to improve outer north-south links for road freight movement and improve travel time and reliability. Contact: Trewin Nottle-Payne, People and Culture Advisor trewin.nottle-paynenortheastlink.vic.gov.au Multiple roles - bring your design expertise to an important role in supporting Victoria's largest transport infrastructure project Further develop your design engineering career and contribute to significant tunnelling works Fixed term opportunity for 3 years – $101,120 – 122,348 benefits About North East Link The North East Link Project will connect the missing link in Melbourne's freeway network, while increasing the capacity of the Eastern Freeway. It will slash travel times, get trucks off local roads and link key growth areas in the north and south-east. About the Opportunity Be part of a transformative infrastructure project for Victoria, with an exciting role in the North East Link Project's (NELP) PPP Delivery team. As a Senior Project Engineer at NELP you will bring your technical expertise to role that will have real impact on Victoria's largest transport infrastructure project and provide positive community impact to Melburnians for decades to come. You will be responsible for providing professional expertise to a range of design packages, ensuring the safety and constructability of these packages and supporting delivery to be achieved to timeline, cost and quality requirements. You will provide professional guidance through in the reviewing of design documentation and liaise with a broad range of stakeholders to support this process. You will support design development and delivery to ensure projects are delivered to best practice, commercially sound and compliant with all relevant standards including contract and asset management, planning and environmental. You will play a critical role in supporting NELP's commitment to a “safety-first” culture through the application of safety in design principles. Travel and time spent at a site office (Bulleen, Heidelberg or Watsonia) will be a requirement of this position. Who we are looking for We are looking for engineers with strong design backgrounds and a demonstrated understanding of how this impacts other project phases. We have roles available in the following disciplines: Tunnelling (TBM & Cut and Cover) Civil Structural Mechanical/Electrical About You You possesses a relevant engineering qualification and a Victorian drivers licence. You are highly motivated to learn new skills and grow your experience in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. You possess the interpersonal skills necessary to support a broad range of stakeholders and are excited by the opportunity to work in a cross-disciplinary environment. Furthermore, you possess: Demonstrated relevant engineering experience with a strong focus on design across one or more of the listed disciplines, ideally developed within the context of a transport infrastructure project Demonstrated expertise in conducting reviews of design documentation and providing clear and concise comments that reflect a highly developed understanding of risk and safety management principles Ability to provide technical expertise to project teams to meet scope, time and cost obligations across the design and construction process A strong understanding of occupational health & safety requirements, environmental responsibilities and commercial obligations in the context of a transport project. How to apply Please submit a cover letter (addressed to NELP People and Culture) detailing your suitability and a CV As part of the application process you will be asked additional questions to further support your application Applications will be reviewed internally Should your application be shortlisted a People and Culture representative will contact you by phone and invite you to complete an online interview All online interviews will be assessed and should you be successful in this stage you will be contacted again on next steps Our commitment to creating a workplace that inspires you, engages you and grows you is strong – we want you to be a powerful contributor to this wonderfully diverse and dynamic organisation. Our offering continues to grow but here is what we already have in store for you: Biannual salary increases and 17.5% payment on top of your base salary when you take annual leave Team benefits discount card at a variety of restaurants and cafes Access to discounted public transport Additional information For a confidential discussion contact Trewin Nottle-Payne, People & Culture Advisor via Trewin.nottle-paynenortheastlink.vic.gov.au Applications close at 11:59pm on Sunday 25th July. Our advertisement is only intended for individuals interested in employment with NELP. Recruitment agencies need not contact. We believe in inclusiveness, diversity and equality and are committed to ensuring that our workplaces are a reflection of the Victorian community. We recognise the benefits that a diverse and inclusive culture brings for our employees and encourage talented people from all backgrounds, abilities and identities to apply to our vacancies. We strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with a disability and others from under-represented backgrounds to apply.
Senior Project Engineer (Design) - Multiple Opportunities (VPSG5)
State Government of Victoria, Australia, Melbourne, Melbourne Region
Job posted: 08/07/2021 The North East Link Project will deliver the missing link in Melbourne's road network that will finally complete the Metropolitan Ring Road by connecting the M80 to the Eastern Freeway to improve outer north-south links for road freight movement and improve travel time and reliability. Multiple roles - bring your design expertise to an important role in supporting Victoria's largest transport infrastructure project Further develop your design engineering career and contribute to significant tunnelling works Fixed term opportunity for 3 years – $101,120 – 122,348 benefits About North East Link The North East Link Project will connect the missing link in Melbourne's freeway network, while increasing the capacity of the Eastern Freeway. It will slash travel times, get trucks off local roads and link key growth areas in the north and south-east. About the Opportunity Be part of a transformative infrastructure project for Victoria, with an exciting role in the North East Link Project's (NELP) PPP Delivery team. As a Senior Project Engineer at NELP you will bring your technical expertise to role that will have real impact on Victoria's largest transport infrastructure project and provide positive community impact to Melburnians for decades to come. You will be responsible for providing professional expertise to a range of design packages, ensuring the safety and constructability of these packages and supporting delivery to be achieved to timeline, cost and quality requirements. You will provide professional guidance through in the reviewing of design documentation and liaise with a broad range of stakeholders to support this process. You will support design development and delivery to ensure projects are delivered to best practice, commercially sound and compliant with all relevant standards including contract and asset management, planning and environmental. You will play a critical role in supporting NELP's commitment to a “safety-first” culture through the application of safety in design principles. Travel and time spent at a site office (Bulleen, Heidelberg or Watsonia) will be a requirement of this position. Who we are looking for We are looking for engineers with strong design backgrounds and a demonstrated understanding of how this impacts other project phases. We have roles available in the following disciplines: Tunnelling (TBM & Cut and Cover) Civil Structural Mechanical/Electrical About You You possesses a relevant engineering qualification and a Victorian drivers licence. You are highly motivated to learn new skills and grow your experience in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. You possess the interpersonal skills necessary to support a broad range of stakeholders and are excited by the opportunity to work in a cross-disciplinary environment. Furthermore, you possess: Demonstrated relevant engineering experience with a strong focus on design across one or more of the listed disciplines, ideally developed within the context of a transport infrastructure project Demonstrated expertise in conducting reviews of design documentation and providing clear and concise comments that reflect a highly developed understanding of risk and safety management principles Ability to provide technical expertise to project teams to meet scope, time and cost obligations across the design and construction process A strong understanding of occupational health & safety requirements, environmental responsibilities and commercial obligations in the context of a transport project. How to apply Please submit a cover letter (addressed to NELP People and Culture) detailing your suitability and a CV As part of the application process you will be asked additional questions to further support your application Applications will be reviewed internally Should your application be shortlisted a People and Culture representative will contact you by phone and invite you to complete an online interview All online interviews will be assessed and should you be successful in this stage you will be contacted again on next steps Our commitment to creating a workplace that inspires you, engages you and grows you is strong – we want you to be a powerful contributor to this wonderfully diverse and dynamic organisation. Our offering continues to grow but here is what we already have in store for you: Biannual salary increases and 17.5% payment on top of your base salary when you take annual leave Team benefits discount card at a variety of restaurants and cafes Access to discounted public transport Additional information For a confidential discussion contact Trewin Nottle-Payne, People & Culture Advisor via Trewin.nottle-paynenortheastlink.vic.gov.au Applications close at 11:59pm on Sunday 25th July. Our advertisement is only intended for individuals interested in employment with NELP. Recruitment agencies need not contact. We believe in inclusiveness, diversity and equality and are committed to ensuring that our workplaces are a reflection of the Victorian community. We recognise the benefits that a diverse and inclusive culture brings for our employees and encourage talented people from all backgrounds, abilities and identities to apply to our vacancies. We strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with a disability and others from under-represented backgrounds to apply. 8 jobs are currently listed for North East Link Project Job type: Full time / 3 years Job classification: VPSG5 Contact: Trewin Nottle-Payne, People and Culture Advisor | trewin.nottle-paynenortheastlink.vic.gov.au The Victorian Government acknowledges the traditional Aboriginal owners of country throughout Victoria and pays respect to them, their culture and their Elders past, present and future. Deaf, hearing or speech impaired?Contact the National Relay Service:Call 1800 555 660 or visit www.relayservice.com.au
Development-Operations Support Engineer
Salt Search Ltd, South Yarra, Stonnington Area, Melbourne, VIC
Dev-Ops Support Engineer Melbourne Permanent Seeking a Dev-Ops Support Engineer to be actively involved in the recovery of service during major incidents and be a clear voice on technical phone bridges. You will be joining a fast-paced technology team for one of the BIG-4 banks. WHATS ON OFFER Remote and flexible working arrangements. Exposure to working with some dynamic teams in a large-scale enterprise environment. Exposure to working alongside one of the big-4 banks. Great benefits and long-term career growth for the right candidate. Perm role paying between $90,000 $100,000 Package Bonus / Plus on call salary. THE ROLE: Attendance at SPF following major incidents that youre involved in. Be an active participant in your teams day-to-day operations. Prioritisation of workloads (incident, problem, change, service requests, improvements, innovation). Assist with projects to ensure operational acceptance criteria are met for new releases/implementations (knowledge transfer, operating model, monitoring, and alerting, disaster recovery etc). Regular maintenance of the monitoring & alerting of our critical systems. Be actively involved in the recovery of service during major incidents, be a clear voice on technical phone bridges. Work with Tech Service Owners to perform regular assessments of capacity and risks of our technical services. Actively engage with Service Delivery to keep them updated and assist with decision making. Actively engage with delivery and the business to enable the delivery of change. SKILLS & EXPERIENCE: Participate in the on-call roster, providing 24/7 support of our Digital platforms. Participate in implementation planning, pre-prod implementation and production implementation of change. Perform deep dive analysis of ongoing problems to identify root cause and potential fix. Liaise with other support teams and problem management as required. Keep the Support Lead and Service Delivery manager informed off any production risks or impacts. Proactively improve/maintain monitoring and alerting configuration/thresholds. Invest time in automating repeatable processes, to improve team efficiency. Experience in an IT Operations environment. Experience in managing teams that have competing priorities. Knowledge and experience using ITIL Exposure to AWS and/or Azure preferred. Excellent skills in time and resource management. Risk assessment, planning & mitigation. Stakeholder Management skills. Please note: You must be an Australian Permanent Resident or Citizen to be considered for this role. To , click the link and upload your current resume in Microsoft Word format only (.doc or .docx), or please send through a copy of your latest CV to dmannwelovesalt.com for a confidential discussion. Salt is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy. Job Information Job Reference: JO-2107-202252 Salary: Salary per: annum Job Duration: Job Start Date: 19/07/2021 Job Industries: Technology Job Locations: Melbourne Job Types: Permanent
Program Manager
Murdoch Childrens Research Institute, Melbourne
Job descriptionWho we are?The Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI) is home to significant scientific discoveries. We believe there is an answer, a cure or a better treatment for every childhood condition and we’re determined to find it. We are a diverse team of world-leading researchers, doctors, engineers, and hardworking professionals in corporate and scientific services from all corners of the world with one shared goal to transform child health worldwide. Our strength lies in our partnership and co-location with The Royal Children’s Hospital and the University of Melbourne the Melbourne Children’s Campus. This rare model amplifies opportunities to quickly translate research into clinical care. At MCRI, you’ll also find our subsidiary organisation, the Victorian Clinical Genetics Services (VCGS), a specialist childhood, prenatal and adult genetics service. VCGS provides an integrated genetic consultation, counselling, testing and diagnostic support service to children, adults, families and prospective parents.Together, we share a powerful vision: re-imagine the future of child health.About the program: Generation Victoria (GenV)GenV is a world-first initiative that transforms the whole of the State of Victoria into a single dynamic health and solutions platform, breaking down barriers in research to solve pressing questions and translating that into tangible actions that can improve the health, development and well- being of children and younger adults (their parents). One of the world’s largest birth cohorts, GenV will be open to all 170,000 babies born in Victoria over two full years. Its design comprises consent; use of existing data and Biosamples; augmented with GenV-specific measurement (the ‘ePhenome’); and a design to maximise its multi-use potential eg to support trials, registries, place and community, discovery and health services research at the population level.Your OpportunityThe Generation Victoria (Gen V) Program Manager is responsible for leading the team that will deliver the capabilities for research data and samples to be collected and made available for use by the Research community within time and budget expectations.The role will primarily involve setting the overall delivery plan and overseeing a group of Project Managers to deliver against this for each stream. Further, oversight of governance functions with the assistance of a PMO team, communications plans and financial performance are key elements of this role. The Research and Scientific groups within GenV and MCRI more broadly along with the GenV funding partners are important stakeholders for GenV and the Program Manager will play an important role to ensure their needs are being addressed and they remain informed of progress, risks and issues. We are looking for senior person who specialises in program delivery, has a strong understanding of the research and health environments, is successful in delivering transformation projects, and excels at achieving cohesion among a project’s diverse contributing team.Your responsibilities include but are not limited to:Liaising with GenV’s Directors/Principal Investigator and Deputy Directors/Co-investigators to translate GenV’s strategic goals into defined operational plans.Managing GenV’s Program Office, including implementing, managing and updating GenV’s systems for:Strategic & operational planning (including Business Plan)Delivery against committed plan for technology and non-technology activities.Over-arching governance including reporting to the Steering Committee and funding partners.Oversight of key vendor relationships and involvement in performance monitoring and conflict resolution.Ensuring standards are set and adhered to for all aspects of program delivery.Working with MCRI stakeholders and participate in activities as required (e.g. Internal audits).Overseeing and governance of all internal and external GenV communications.Setting standards and effectively governing schedule, budget, risks, issues and dependencies across the program.Ensuring the capabilities delivered are in accordance with legal and regulatory obligations.Working to achieve cohesion among GenV’s diverse team.Managing the performance and ongoing professional development of direct reports.Ensuring GenV’s sustainability to the greatest extend possible.Selection Criteria not limited to:Strong track record of successful delivery of large, complex programs within committed time and financial constraints.Ten years’ experience in project and program delivery.Strong leadership skills, including ability to bring together team members from diverse backgrounds.Outstanding communication skills with the ability to gain cooperation and influence stakeholders from diverse sectors to achieve scientific and program goals.Experience of successful Program delivery within an Agile framework.Highly proficient in management across multiple stakeholders with different and potentially competing interests; able to build successful multidisciplinary teams.Self-motivation, with enjoyment of being challenged and strong results and can-do orientation.Broad understanding of the health and research sectors, such as legislation and governance across government, services and the research sector; and the IT platforms for management and use of data; experience in child or population health highly valued.Excellent communication and negotiation skills and the ability to promote understanding of complex issues, consensus and cooperation across a large number of sectors and organisations.Well-developed ability to analyse situations and formulate and communicate strategic approaches/responses.High level strategic advice and liaison with key internal and external stakeholders.Experience in the application of frameworks, models and methods relevant to delivery of the work program including; governance in the not-for-profit sector, project management, change management, program management and financial management.What’s in it for you:1 Year Full -Time Contract (Possible Extension).Attractive Salary (Depending on Experience) + Super + Salary packaging.Salary Packaging, Well Being Program and much more.Be part of a happy team of people who like what they do and are passionate about making a difference.Apply Now!!For a full list of responsibilities and the key selection criteria download the position description.Only applicants who address the key selection criteria will be considered. In one document please place your cover letter, key selection criteria, and resume. Applications will only be considered when submitted via the MCRI website.For specific questions not answered in the PD please contact Natasha Zaritski natasha.zaritski@mcri.edu.au.Click apply to proceed with your application.Position Reference: 29454On occasions where we receive a large number of applications, we may close the advert ahead of the publicised closing date. We would therefore advise that you submit your completed application as soon as possible.MCRI is a proud member of the Australian Network on Disability. Should you require any specific support or adjustments please talk to us and we will be happy to accommodate.