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Senior Policy/projects Advisor - Strategic Projects And Response Coordination (vpsg5), Melbourne, St

Published 2022-09-21
Expires 2022-10-21
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Senior Policy/projects Advisor - Strategic Projects And Response Coordination (vpsg5), Melbourne, St
Australia, Victoria, Melbourne,
Published September 21, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Senior policy/projects advisor - strategic projects and response coordination (vpsg5)
Min. Salary: 125.000
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Senior Policy/Projects Advisor - Strategic Projects and Response Coordination (VPSG5)

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About the role:

The Yoorrook Justice Commission – Australia's first, and an internationally significant, truth-telling body – was formally launched on 24 March 2022.

Victoria Police is committed to supporting the Commission's truth-telling process.

To coordinate Victoria Police's role in this important work and undertake related strategic projects, we have established the Yoorrook Justice Commission Response Taskforce. The Taskforce comprises a multi-disciplinary team of lawyers, policy and research professionals, archivists and records officers, and police members.

Working in the Taskforce provides an opportunity to contribute to an official record of the impact of colonisation on Traditional Owners and First Peoples in Victoria. We will work towards healing, system reform and practical changes that will increase cultural awareness and safety across Victoria Police, continue to improve our practices and look toward building trust with the community.

We are currently seeking an experienced Senior Policy and Projects Advisor to engage in a diverse range of project and coordination work and system reform.

The position will report to the Senior Manager, Policy and Projects, Yoorrook Justice Commission Response Taskforce.

Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and supports flexible working arrangements.

Your duties will include:
managing and contributing to portfolios of responsive and project work
coordinating, reviewing, and drafting responses and submissions
working with Victoria Police's Aboriginal portfolio including engaging with external stakeholders
engaging in a range of communications across Victoria Police
delivering high quality, well-considered advice to senior management
undertaking complex research in response to notices received by the Yoorrook Justice Commission.
As the successful applicant, you will have:
understanding and/ or knowledge of working effectively and respectfully with Aboriginal communities and/ or peoples in a culturally safe and sensitive manner
proven experience managing a large and demanding workload in a dynamic environment
proven experience managing projects and providing policy and project related advice to senior management
experience in preparing complex written reports and submissions
problem solving skills that focus on providing solutions that are viable and evidenced based
demonstrated ability to monitor client and stakeholder expectations and effectively manage stakeholder issues to ensure positive outcomes for all parties involved.
Requirements and relevant information:
One (1) x fixed term until 30/06/2024, full time position. Part-time or other flexible work arrangements including remote working will be considered.
Position location is Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer Street, Docklands.
The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening.
In accordance with the Acting Chief Health Officer's Direction – COVID-19 Mandatory Vaccination (Workers) Directions, you are required to be fully vaccinated (this includes a booster vaccination) and your employment with Victoria Police is subject to proof of vaccination.
Your application must include:
Resume
Completed application form – the word document (2. Application form) for you to complete and attach to your submission, is attached to the job advertisement. 
Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE) website, the Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic) or Seek.
Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email.

Current Victorian Government employees must apply via Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE).  

For further information on this role please contact:

If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirements/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email [email protected] or on (03) 8335 8081.

About Us:

Victoria Police has a dedicated workforce of more than 22,000 employees consisting of police, protective services officers, police custody officers, and public service staff. Each employee plays a vital role in providing the 24/7, 365 days a year emergency response and public safety capability the organisation delivers to its community. As a Victoria Police employee, you have a dedication and commitment to community safety. 

Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to Victoria Police. We want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to our employees, our services, and our community.

69 jobs are currently listed for Victoria Police

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Full time / Until 30 June 2024

Job classification:

VPSG5

Contact:

Dr Rosalind Hearder | 0499 835 945 or [email protected]

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