- APS4 & APS6 Project Officer role within a Federal Government Agency
- 6-12 Months initial contract with possible extension
- Campbell Park location
About the role
APS4 Project Officer
Manage sPMO secretariat including:
- Organise meetings including: Program Boards, Enterprise Business Committees, Steering Groups and Working Groups.
- Develop agendas, collate meeting packs and draft meeting outcomes.
- Liaise with various stakeholders, including the Secretariat Committees, to coordinate the preparation of papers.
- Record and maintain the Actions and Decisions register
- Record and maintain stakeholder lists
- Monitor and update Forward Work Plan for sPMO.
- Monitor sPMO secretariat inbox and action emails as required.
Assist with other duties as required including management of historical and RCDVS interim report recommendations, and benefits realisation.
APS6 Project Officer
The Project Officer will be responsible for a broad range of duties including policy and process analysis, governance and assurance, coordination, and secretariat/communications functions. They will also provide support to planning, scheduling, risk management, evaluation and reporting functions.
These roles may involve exposure to material and situations that may be confronting or disturbing, and that may cause personal distress. The Taskforce has a range of wellbeing supports available to staff both during and after their time with the Taskforce.
Skills and Experience
For APS4 Project Officer:
- Proficiency in organizing various meetings, developing agendas, and managing meeting outcomes.
- Ability to liaise with diverse stakeholders, prepare papers, and maintain records for sPMO activities.
- Experience in monitoring and updating Forward Work Plans, actioning emails, and maintaining documentation.
- Capability to assist with a variety of tasks, including managing historical data and report recommendations.
For APS6 Project Officer:
- Expertise in policy and process analysis, governance, and assurance, with a focus on coordination and secretariat/communications functions.
- Proficiency in supporting planning, scheduling, risk management, evaluation, and reporting.
- Ability to handle potentially challenging situations with available wellbeing support.
- To be eligible for employment in this role, you must be an Australian citizen, and have a current AGSVA Baseline security clearance.
How to Apply:
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