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BMU Officer

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Correctional Officers
Contract Full Time
Canberra
595 days ago
85,889
APS6, BMU Officer, Business Management Unit, Major Transport and Infrastructure Projects DivisionMT&IP Business Management Unit
APS Level 6

 

 
Title:
BMU Officer

Classification(s):
APS Level 6

Employment Type:
Ongoing, Non-Ongoing Full Time/Part time

Salary:
$85,889 - $96,267 per annum plus 15.4% superannuation
The department has an Individual Flexibility Arrangement (IFA) Framework to provide salaries that are consistent with other Commonwealth Public Sector Agencies and to reward and retain high performing employees at the APS6 and Executive Levels.
Under this Framework, APS6 and Executive Level employees will have access to the IFA Framework on engagement, promotion or movement from another Commonwealth Public Sector Agency. Access to the IFA Framework is consistent with the provisions of clauses 16, 17 and 19 of the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development Enterprise Agreement 2016.
For more information on the IFA Framework and to understand what remuneration the department can offer, applicants are strongly encouraged to contact WorkplaceRelations@infrastructure.gov.au

Business Division:
Majr Transprt Infra Proj

Branch / Section:
MT&IP Business Management Unit

Location:
Canberra

Security Clearance:
Baseline Vetting

Job Reference No:
42168

Contact Officer:
Alicia Dalziel, Alicia.DALZIEL@infrastructure.gov.au

Closing Date:
11.59pm AEDT, Friday 16 December 2022
 
Our Department Values
Our values set the direction for what it means to work in our department. They inform the standard and expectations of behaviours, skills and capabilities and the attributes we currently have, will continually work to achieve and develop, and that we use to acknowledge and attract, retain and recruit into our department.
 
The department supports workplace diversity and values the contribution of people from diverse backgrounds. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability, people with cultural and linguistic diversity, and LGBTIQ people. The department is committed to achieving gender equality and, in particular, supporting women’s progression into senior leadership.

 

 
 
Are you excited by the idea of being a valued leader and team player, contributing your diverse business and corporate skills within a division responsible for oversighting a range of key projects, including two of Australia’s most important and highest profile infrastructure projects, Inland Rail and Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport?

 

 
The opportunity we have available
We are looking for an enthusiastic and highly motivated individual to join the Business Management Unit (BMU) as a BMU Officer. The BMU oversees and manages all business and corporate activities for the Major Transport and Infrastructure Projects Division.

 

 
This includes coordinating divisional responses for Senate Estimates and other parliamentary processes, as well as corporate planning and reporting. The BMU also supports a range of human resource functions, advises on divisional budgets and manages the division’s property and accommodation requirements.

 

 
What you will do
As the BMU Officer, you will work in a small team:

 

 
  • coordinating and adding value to divisional input for planned and ad-hoc coordination activities
  • supporting capability development in the division through targeted workforce development, recruitment and retention activities
  • working with the department’s enabling corporate areas to leverage expertise to achieve outcomes
  • contributing to the development of initiatives which promote the wellbeing of staff and the division’s collaborative culture, aligned with the department’s values
  • supporting the delivery of a range of business and risk planning initiatives.
 
Who are we looking for?
We are looking for someone who is a natural collaborator who works effectively with people with different perspectives, in a fast-paced and dynamic environment.

 

 
You will have:
  • Strong analytical skills with the ability to problem solve and identify risks and benefits.
  • The ability to build relationships with a wide range of stakeholders, influence and shaping agreed outcomes.
  • Excellent coordination and organisation skills.
  • A demonstrated record of achieving outcomes.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to adjust your delivery which ensuring information is clear, concise and readily understood by the intended audience.
 
To be successful in this role, you will need to demonstrate your ability to:
  • Achieve results and quality outcomes by showing initiative and leadership, working in a small team delivering multiple activities at any given time, often within tight timeframes.
  • Communicate effectively both written and verbal, delivering information in a variety of formats for a range of audiences.
  • Collaborate across diverse teams, using your exceptional interpersonal and engagement skills to engage with senior leaders and a wide variety of stakeholders, valuing different perspectives, contributions and backgrounds.
  • Have a growth mindset with a willingness to continue to learn, develop and step up as required, and foster an environment for team members to do the same.
  • Think strategically, evaluating complex information from a variety of sources to make connections and sound decisions while exercising good judgement.
  • Turn your innovative thinking into action, motivating your team to come up with ideas to solve problems and improve existing systems and process.
 
What we offer
The department is committed to supporting staff in their career and professional development. We offer staff access to a large catalogue of professional development courses and assistance for external study, mentoring and access to the department’s Professional Coaching Scheme, and flexible working arrangements where appropriate.

 

 
A little bit about our division
The division is responsible for shaping the policy delivery and shareholder oversight of two of Australia’s most important and highest profile multi-billion dollar infrastructure projects, Inland Rail and Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport (WSI).

 

 
These projects are being delivered by Government Business Enterprises (GBEs) Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) and Western Sydney Airport Co (WSA) respectively. Inland Rail will transform the way freight is moved around the country as part of a broader integrated network of roads, rail, air and sea while WSA will further connect regional Australia to national and international markets.

 

 
The division also provides oversight and management of several other key initiatives including Grade Separating Interface with Transport for New South Wales and other ARTC grant funded projects such as the Port Botany Rail Line Duplication, Narrabri to Turrawan Line Upgrade, Southern Highlands Overtaking Opportunities and the Advanced Train Management System.

 

 
These projects align with other initiatives being delivered across the department which improve rail infrastructure, benefitting both freight and passenger movements.

 

 
The work is interesting, rewarding and at times fast-paced, giving staff opportunities to contribute their diverse skills, experiences and knowledge to transformational and high-profile projects.

 

 
We are committed to being agile, adaptive and professional public servants. We value curious thinkers who have growth mindsets and who want to make meaningful contributions to the work of the division, and are keen for opportunities for ongoing development supported by strong leaders.

 

 
 
Eligibility requirements
Employment with the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communications and the Arts is subject to conditions prescribed within the Public Service Act 1999 including:
  • Citizenship: Candidates must be an Australian citizen to be eligible for employment with the department. Only in exceptional circumstances will the department consider waiving this requirement.
  • Health Assessment: The preferred candidate may be required to undergo a medical examination conducted by the department’s preferred medical provider.
  • Security Clearance: The successful candidate must be able to obtain and/or maintain a security clearance at Baseline Clearance Level. You must be willing to disclose all relevant and required information. You must have lived in Australia, or have a checkable background, for at least the preceding five years for Baseline Vetting clearances. More information on the security clearance vetting process is available on the Australian Government Security Vetting Agency (AGSVA) website.
 
How to apply
Applications for this opportunity close at 11:59PM AEDT, Friday 16 December 2022.

 

 
In applying for this position, you will need to provide a one page pitch of no more than 750 words, that addresses:
    • What motivated you to apply for the role?
    • Your skills and experience relevant to the ‘Who are we looking for’ section.
 
Your application should be received through the department’s online recruitment system.

 

 
If you experience any issues with the system please contact the Recruitment Team on 02 6274 6161 or via email to recruitment@infrastructure.gov.au to discuss an alternative way to submit your application.
Salary Details*
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Salary Type Normal Wages
Base Salary $85,889
Superannuation 9.5%
Bonus offered No
Total Package $94,048
* Salary details are calculated without bonus and monthly payout as per tax bracket without tax threshold and other allowances. Its always good to confirm these details with the employer or recruiter.
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