About CPBJH JVCPBJH JV brings together two of Australia's leading construction partners, CPB Contractors and John Holland, with unparalleled expertise in large-scale and complex project management, civil construction, traffic management and tunneling.The West Gate Tunnel Project is a partnership between the Victorian Government and Transurban. The Joint Venture has been chosen as the contractor for construction, which began in early 2018 following planning assessment. About the ProjectThe West Gate Tunnel Project is a city-shaping project that will deliver a vital alternative to the West Gate Bridge, provide quicker and safer journeys, and remove thousands of trucks off residential streets. The project will include: Widening the West Gate Freeway from eight lanes to 12 between the M80 Ring Road and Williamstown Road;Building a 2.8km eastbound tunnel and a 4km westbound tunnel under Yarraville;Constructing a bridge over the Maribyrnong River providing an alternative to the West Gate Bridge;Constructing an elevated road along Footscray Road to the Port of Melbourne;Major new cycling and pedestrian paths. Gender Diversity We aim to maximise the potential of all our people. This means having an inclusive culture that values and sustains diversity and a work-life balance. To achieve this, we are focused on: Embedding flexible work practicesProviding development opportunities for our womenLeaders championing and supporting our females to succeedActively looking to attract and promote women into non-traditional roles and putting support structures in place to help them succeed. Your new position:As an Occupations Coordinator, you will be responsible for providing effective co-ordination of all Rail Occupations and associated works in relation to the West Gate Tunnel Project . Your key responsibilities will include: Co-ordinate with Network Safety and Operations to ensure that all Occupations and their subsequent limits are correctly represented and submitted within MTM’s Access and Resource Management System (ARMS)Ensure timely booking, safe and efficient utilisation of all track occupations by working closely with all relevant stakeholders and striving for best for business optimisation of the network.Support the preparation and development of Draft Protection Plans for endorsement by Network SafetySupport the Works Readiness process and ensure that ‘T minus’ Stage Gates are achieved for all OccupationsSupport and contribute to the preparation and publishing of key Occupation documentation such as Works GuidesSupport the Rail Disruption Managers to secure the required MTM critical Resources required within each OccupationAttend Planning Meetings associated with both disruptive and non-disruptive OccupationsLiaise with other Rail Transport Operators, where Works are proposed at or across jurisdictional boundariesWork on site, provide status updates and reporting during Occupation periods About you:Ideally you will possess demonstrated knowledge of the rail network, where you have gained operational and track protection experience and understand the requirements working around rail electrical assets.To be successful you will need to possess the following: Strong safety focus and a willingness to promote a safe working culture.Very good understanding of MTM T-Minus process and requirements.Strong understanding of Rail Occupation requirements, inclusive of Occupation boundaries, Overhead power isolations, workgroup interfaces, safe working requirements and works programs.Excellent oral and written communication & interpersonal skills with the ability to resolve both technical and general issues with all stakeholders.Level 1 Train Track Awareness as a minimumConstruction Industry Card If you satisfy the above criteria, please forward your resume by following the links below.
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