|Position title||Senior Project Manager|
|Employment status||Full Time|
|Award – Classification||Queensland Local Government Officers Award – Federal Award Level 7|
|Salary||$96,129.13 to $101,757.19 (salary portion only and excludes superannuation, leave loading and other benefits)|
|Hours per week||40.30|
|Position summary||City of Gold Coast
Working for City of Gold Coast is both challenging and rewarding, whether you are starting a career or looking to enhance your existing experience and skills. The Gold Coast is one of the fastest growing cities in Australia with a diverse population, combining great challenges with the kind of lifestyle few cities can boast about.
About the Position
The City Assets branch is looking for a suitable candidate who will be required to operate as aSenior Project Manager (Coastal), to support the business in undertaking capital and operational multi-disciplinary projects, assuming full responsibility and accountability for successful delivery.
The ideal candidate will need to possess extensive experiencing in leading and delivering large scale programs within the coastal engineering discipline including methodology and theory, implementation and project management.
How to Apply
In order to apply for this position, you will be required to Sign Up to eRecruit and create a profile. For more details, please refer to the attached position description. If you require further information after reading the Position Description, please call the listed Contact Person. Please note applications for this position will close at 10.30pm on the listed closing date.
For queries or issues regarding the eRecruit system please phone 1300 465 326 during Business Hours. Please be advised that appointment to this position will be subject to pre-employment screening.
|Selection criteria||Essential: Do you hold a qualification in coastal engineering?
Desirable: Do you possess high level project management skills with the ability to develop, administer, manage and co-ordinate complex policies, programs, projects and resources effectively to achieve work goals to meet deadlines and commitments. If so, please provide details.
Desirable: Do you have demonstrated experience leading complex and multi-faceted engagement programs and capacity to influence and manage challenging issues?
Essential: Do you hold a current ‘C’ class licence?
Desirable: Please provide examples of projects you have worked on where you have had to utilise your knowledge of coastal morphodynamics and/or relevant coastal policies and legislation to secure a positive project outcome.
Desirable: Please outline your communication, consultation and negotiation skills to ensure positive project outcomes are delivered.
|Contact person||Zoe Elliott|