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Project Manager, Canberra, Modis International (us)

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
ID #1178219782
100 AU$
Project Manager, Canberra, Modis International (us)
Australia, Australian Capital Territory, Canberra,
Published September 22, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Project manager
Min. Salary: 80.000


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Our Federal Government Client is looking for Project Manager in Canberra, ACT

06 months contract with 03 months extension available

Candidate must be Australian Citizen | Security Clearance: None Required

Join our client's journey to lead the safety of our waters, taking the responsibility to fight marine pollution and save the lives of people in emergencies. This is an opportunity to improve the reliability of data needed for critical operations, setting higher standards for the industry and providing better protection. You will work closely in a small team where your work ethic and contributions are highly respected.


Role Description


Reporting to the Business Change Principal, the Project Manager will lead numerous projects aimed at delivering business process improvements and organisational change capabilities. The key project this position will be responsible for is leading the establishment of an enterprise-wide project portfolio capability, including a project management office (PMO). The role will work across numerous areas within the department, relevant senior managers and subject matter experts to design and implement new processes and systems, influence a positive change culture across the organisation and deliver changes to organisational capability.


Roles and Responsibilities

Lead the design, develop and implementation of an enterprise wise PMO

Prepare and maintain the project management artefacts and prepare reports.

Manage project governance and assurance processes, identify, and manage risks and resolve issues.

Liaise widely to ensure that dependencies are identified and there is no duplication in related projects.

Contribute specialist expertise to develop organisational capability and realise the benefits.

Engage and engender support for the target state among both internal and external stakeholders as needed.

Facilitate decisions required to progress the project and inform the Program Manager of any deviations from the plan.

Guide the organisational change including clear and consistent communication active engagement practices and celebrating and advertising success.

Track and report on the project's budget position and use of resources.

Take responsibility for overall progress, resolving issues, management of assets, quality reviews and initiating corrective action where necessary.

Commit to the client Code of Conduct and Values.

Selection Criteria

Minimum 05 years' experience successfully delivering complex business, IT and change projects within large organisations, with an emphasis on delivering successful business outcomes. Qualifications in Project

Management or a related area (Advanced Diploma equivalent level or above)

Proven track record in successfully establishing PMOs, project management, delivery and benefits realisation skills, preferably across multiple projects within a large program of work.

Ability to take direction, manage forums and work groups, execute a project plan and influence change.

Excellent problem solving, critical thinking, and organisational and interpersonal skills.

Demonstrated experience in preparing complex project plans, schedules, options papers, solution designs and other project artefacts as required.

Well-developed written and interpersonal skills including presenting to a variety of different audiences.

Demonstrated experience in leading the development of, or improvements to, business processes and/or systems within legislative frameworks during organisational change.

Work collaboratively and effectively in a small, dynamic team environment.

The application closing date is on 22/09/2022.


If you have what it takes to thrive in this role and want to know more, please reach out to Teja Kuchimanchion 02 6103 1852 OR [email protected]


About Us


Modis delivers cross-industry IT and digital engineering expertise to accelerate innovation and digital transformation. By combining a unique service offering of Tech Consulting, Tech Talent Services and Tech Academy solutions Modis enables businesses to progress, scale and perform. Modis has a global footprint with 30,000+ consultants in over 20 countries focused on Cognitive Technologies, Digital Transformation, Cloud & Infrastructure, Smart Ecosystem, and Industry 4.0 across the key sectors of Automotive & Transportation, Environmental & Energy, Software, Internet & Communication, Financial Services and Industrial Manufacturing.


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    The Australian Capital Territory (ACT), known as the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) until 1938, is a federal territory of Australia containing the Australian capital city of Canberra and some surrounding townships. It is located in the south-east of the country and is an enclave within the state of New South Wales. Founded after Federation as the seat of government for the new nation, all important institutions of the Australian Government are headquartered in the territory. On 1 January 1901, federation of the colonies of Australia was achieved. Section 125 of the new Australian Constitution provided that land, situated in New South Wales and at least 100 miles (160 km) from Sydney, would be ceded to the new federal government. Following discussion and exploration of various areas within New South Wales, the Seat of Government Act 1908 was passed in 1908 which specified a capital in the Yass-Canberra region. The territory was transferred to the federal government by New South Wales in 1911, two years prior to the capital city being founded and formally named as Canberra in 1913. While the overwhelming majority of the population reside in the city of Canberra in the ACT's north-east, the territory also includes some surrounding townships such as Williamsdale, Naas, Uriarra, Tharwa and Hall. The ACT also includes the Namadgi National Park which comprises the majority of land area of the territory. Despite a common misconception, the Jervis Bay Territory is not part of the ACT although the laws of the Australian Capital Territory apply as if Jervis Bay did form part of the ACT. The territory has a relatively dry, continental climate experiencing warm to hot summers and cool to cold winters. The Australian Capital Territory is home to many important institutions of the federal government, national monuments and museums. This includes the Parliament of Australia, the High Court of Australia, the Australian Defence Force Academy and the Australian War Memorial. It also hosts the majority of foreign embassies in Australia as well as regional headquarters of many international organisations, not-for-profit groups, lobbying groups and professional associations. Several major universities also have campuses in the ACT including the Australian National University, the University of Canberra, the University of New South Wales, Charles Sturt University and the Australian Catholic University. A locally elected legislative assembly has governed the territory since 1988. However, the Commonwealth maintains authority over the territory and may overturn local laws. It still maintains control over the area known as the Parliamentary Triangle through the National Capital Authority. Residents of the territory elect three members of the House of Representatives and two senators. With 431,215 residents, the Australian Capital Territory is the third smallest mainland state or territory by population. At the 2016 census, the median weekly income for people in the territory aged over 15 was $998, significantly higher than the national average of $662. The average level of degree qualification in the ACT is also higher than the national average. Within the ACT, 37.1% of the population hold a bachelor's degree level or above education compared to the national figure of 20%.

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