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Aps6 Project Manager, Geelong, Porter Allen

Published 2022-06-29
Expires 2022-07-29
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Aps6 Project Manager, Geelong, Porter Allen
Australia, Victoria, Geelong,
Published June 29, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Aps6 project manager


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Job Details Reference394763A_1656482977 LocationGeelong SalaryUp to AU$58.5 per hour + Super Job TypeContract Posted19 minutes ago ConsultantClaudia Leiva About the Organization: This leading Federal government agency supports Australian's in achieving their goals and supporting them to live a better life. Their work has an impact on a significant area in the social sector, and you can contribute to the difference that they make in this role. This agency is known for having a great culture across different teams and have excellent office location in Geelong. About the role: The APS6 Project Manager is responsible for supporting the Agency in its participation at all levels of government. The work will be varied, fast-paced, and highly valued. You will be responsible for managing complex works under the supervision of the manager. Additionally, you will communicate with various internal and external stakeholders in a representational role on behalf of the government agency. Responsibilities may include but are not limited to: Coordinate the Agency's Capital Works Program including all aspects of end-to-end construction project management (planning, design, approvals, procurement, delivery and handover). Prepare draft written material including business cases, plans, executive briefs, project reports, status updates and exception report. Perform independent research work and analysis including the preparation of draft reports on relevant project activities. Monitor project budgets, reviewing and reporting on expenditure and assisting with procurement and contract management. Identify and assist with program governance including the management of project risks, issues and benefits. Review projects to provide improvements and reviews on the effectiveness of service delivery. Contribute to the development and review of policies, procedures and guideline documents.MANDATORYTertiary qualifications (Bachelor's degree or higher) in Project Management or similar (Such as Business Management, Communications etc). Extensive experience working in a similar role under Australian rules and regulations. Experience in coordinating and assisting in the management of complex cases. Excellent written and oral communication skills, and proficiency in the use of IT systems including Microsoft Office. Demonstrated commitment to ongoing professional development. Current Police Check, or ability to obtain one.What you will bring to the role:Strong communication and interpersonal skills. Experience in building relationships both with internal and external stakeholders. Ability to work within and across teams, the ability to adapt quickly to a changing environment Ability to manage confidential and sensitive information. Ability to prioritise and allocate tasks in an efficient manner while also maintaining high work standards and accuracy.How to apply: Mandatory: Australian Citizenship required to work within Federal Government. Please click 'APPLY" to upload your details and resume to be considered for this role. You can also send in your resumes directly to Claudia Leiva at [email protected] to be considered for this opportunity. APPLICATIONS CLOSE 10/07/2022 at 15.00 PM

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