- APS6 Plans and Lessons Officer role within a Federal Government Agency
- 6-12 Months initial contract with possible extension
- Campbell Park location
About the role
The responsiveness of the Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide – Taskforce (RCDVS- TF) is critical to its effectiveness. RCDVS-TF staff, including seconded personnel and liaison officers, will be required to operate in a complex and dynamic environment with sensitive and potentially confronting material.
As the APS 6 Lessons Officer your responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Operate in a high tempo and sensitive environment requiring continuous engagement across Defence.
- Accountable for providing accurate, consistent, timely and appropriate advice in relation to Taskforce Lessons activities, working individually or collaboratively to develop and maintain strong stakeholder relationships.
- Collection, data entry and analysis of continuous improvement Observations from Taskforce members and stakeholders to inform Taskforce Lessons Learned.
- Assist with the inclusion of observations in reports and presentations for visibility, approval and implementation of improvement Actions.
- Effectively communicate insight derived from analysis to support decision making.
- Secretariat functions for working groups and forums.
- Contribute to meetings within, or external, to the Taskforce to assist with the implementation of the Taskforce Laessons Framework and development of the new Enterprise Lessons Learned Framework.
- Coordinate the Taskforce Productivity and Wellbeing survey activities including procurement.
- Contribute to the development of procedures, processes and documents for inclusion in the Taskforce Business Management System.
- Support other high priority Taskforce wide activities, as required.
Skills and Experience
- Critical thinking and analysis skills.
- Highly developed verbal and written communication skills.
- Ability to work collaboratively with stakeholders and subject matter experts to clarify requirements, elicit advice and provide relevant information.
- Ability to resolve problems using expertise, taking the initiative to identify alternative courses of action.
- Ability to think innovatively to identify and enable opportunities for continuous improvement.
- Proven organisational skills and ability to manage multiple and competing priorities.
Experience in lessons and/or evaluation activities.
- To be eligible for employment in this role, you must be an Australian citizen, and have a current AGSVA Baseline security clearance.s
How to Apply:
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