The Department of Transport brings together all transport modes to design, plan, build and operate Victoria's transport system. Our job is to further integrate the transport network and improve the delivery of services to Victorians for simpler, quicker and safer journeys that connect people and places and support Victoria's prosperity and liveability.We’re focused on outcomes that deliver more choice, connections and confidence in our travel, ensuring the whole transport network works as one to deliver better services and outcomes.SENIOR SCHEDULE AND REPORTING ADVISOR Annual Salary Range: $101,120 - $122,348 plus superTenure: Fixed Term [6 Month]Employment Type: Full Time (flexibility may be available)Usual Work Location: Melbourne CBD (flexibility may be available) About the OpportunityWe are currently looking for a Senior Scheduling and Reporting Advisor, who will be responsible for coordinating the development of ministerial briefs and reports. Your primary responsibility will be working across the Department of Transport and various transport agencies such as V/Line, Yarra Trams and MTIA to plan and report on periods of intense disruption on the transport networks. This role will also be responsible for providing coordinated advice to key stakeholders and executive on network across the transport portfolio.About the RoleThis position prepares complex briefs and reports that provides advice to senior management on emerging transports matters. The advisor will collect and analyse evidence related to planned disruptions and make informed decisions on what information should be contained within reports and briefings.This role will be responsible to draft content, socialise and gain agreement on Ministerial Briefs with key stakeholders and coordinate updates, including the monitoring and tracking of ministerial briefs in ebriefings.About YouAs our ideal candidate, you will have; Relevant experience to perform this roleKnowledge of the Victorian transport network and awareness of key public and road transport issues with experience in the transport industry.High level interpersonal skills including excellent written and verbal communication skills, with a demonstrated ability to communicate complex transport issues in a manner understandable by a broad range of stakeholders.Stakeholder management skills to gain correct and timely informationDemonstrated ability to work flexibly within tight timeframes and perform well under pressure in high paced, challenging work environments. Culture and BenefitsThe Department of Transport is committed to building a culture where flexible work arrangements are a focus to support different ways of working, helping employees balance work and life.How to ApplyApplications should include a resume and covering letter.Applications close 11.59pm on 14th February2021Preferred applicants may be subject to pre-employment checks. Information provided to the Department of Transport will be treated in the strictest confidence.
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