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APS5/APS6 Learning & Development Officer

Web Ref: DKLD1800321 – ACT

9 – 12 month contract with the possibility of extension | Canberra ACT Location

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Learning and Development Officer to join their team at the APS5 or APS6 level. Within this role, you will be responsible in delivering training to a range of staff working on a high profile, nation-wide program. Additionally, you will also develop a training strategy and identify or create suitable training resources.

EXPERIENCE/REQUIREMENTS

  • Experience in the design, development, delivery and evaluation of education and training programs
  • A Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (or equivalent)
  • Experience in a similar role within a government context would be highly regarded

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This is a security assessed position. Applicants must be an Australian citizen, with the successful candidate holding, or having the ability obtain and maintain a minimum Baseline level security clearance.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

APS6 Quality Management Officer

Web Ref: DKQM180321 – ACT

6 month contract with the possibility of extension | Canberra ACT Location

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Quality Management Officer at the APS6 level. Within this role, you will assist with the development, roll-out and evaluation of a Quality Framework across a large, high profile nation-wide program.

EXPERIENCE/REQUIREMENTS

  • Experience in developing and managing quality frameworks, including relevant stakeholder management plans, policies, procedures, and reporting
  • Experience in a similar role within a government content and/or qualifications in quality management would be highly regarded

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This is a security assessed position. Applicants must be an Australian citizen, with the successful candidate holding, or having the ability obtain and maintain a minimum Baseline level security clearance.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

APS6 Community and Peer Program Officer

Web Ref: DK02190321 – ACT

12 month contract with the possibility of extension | Canberra ACT Location | Hourly rate of $55.00 – $65.00 plus superannuation

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Community and Peer Program Officer to join their team at the APS6 level. Within this role, you will deliver high quality project coordination and program development advice to your team, along with other associated peer-led projects.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Manage project coordination activities to support the expansion of the program
  • Coordinating project management activities, including the development of project documentation maintenance of records, and reporting project progress and outcomes whilst maintaining a balanced focus on quality and consistency
  • Develop systems and processes to support the collation and management of data demonstrating project performance and program outcomes
  • Effective stakeholder management
  • Provide high quality secretariat support
  • Provide support to contract management and procurement activities
  • Contribute activities that build project management capability
  • Contribute to the development of advice, briefings, papers, submissions and correspondence in both internal and external decision-making forums

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Qualifications in project management of extensive experience in project coordination
  • Well developed writing and oral presentation skills
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to research, manage and collate data to produce reports
  • Achieves results within key timeframes
  • Supports productive working relationships with a range of internal and external stakeholders

Previous experience in a similar role within a government context as well as experience in the management of contracts would be highly advantageous.

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

Please note if you are successful in progressing to the next stage, you will be required to submit a 1000-word response as part of this recruitment process.

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

EL1 Equivalent Program Coordinator

Web Ref: KB220321 – ACTSYD

Contract through to 30 June 2022 with the possibility extension | Canberra or Sydney Location available

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking experienced Program Coordinator to join their office at the EL1 level. Within this role, you will work with a high degree of autonomy to assist in continuing the implementation of a newly developed PPM reporting system.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Training and educating in Microsoft Project software, scheduling and project reporting cycles
  • Providing project management support, including scheduling, dependency management, dashboards resource management, procurement and project financial support
  • Managing and supporting program and project reporting cycles and collating project data to produce relevant dashboards and insights
  • Facilitating knowledge sharing of project delivery information
  • Maturing the project management processes and practices with a view to longer term mature performance reporting
  • Identifying and managing project risks using schedules and overseeing mitigation
  • Conducting project reviews and created reports for the executive leadership team
  • Providing advice and leadership in project and program governance

EXPERIENCE/REQUIREMENTS

  • Minimum 5 years project/program office or Senior Project Coordination experience
  • Advanced skills in Microsoft Project and Project Web Application
  • Previous experience utilising PPM systems
  • Certification in Prince2 and/or PMBOK
  • Advanced skills in project schedule conflict resolution
  • Experience in training and uplifting knowledge and experience with users of PPM systems and PM Frameworks
  • Advanced use of relevant computer software programs to generate data, reports and presentations, especially MS Word, Visio, Excel, Project, PowerPoint
  • Experience in Google Suite would be an advantage

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

If applying for Canberra location, some travel may be required to the Sydney office.

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

APS 5 Contract Manager

Web Ref: KB220321-ORA

Contract until 10 September 2021 with the possibility extension | $50.00 per hour plus 9.5% superannuation | Orange, NSW location

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is seeking an experienced APS 5 Contract Manager who has strong communication and stakeholder management skills as well as a high level of analytical and data management skills.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Managing contract caseload including:
    • Assessing applications
    • Managing compliance
    • Monitoring approved recruitments across Australia
  • Managing the information helpline
  • Perform stakeholder management and assurance activities
  • Managing online support including running performance reports and providing data analysis to support program management

YOUR BACKGROUND

  • Demonstrated experience working in a Contract Management environment within Government
  • Demonstrated experience in reporting and data analysis
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills with the ability to confidently speak in public
  • Ability to deal with difficult and sensitive situations and challenging stakeholders
  • Willing to undertake work travel

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This is a security assessed position. Applicants must be an Australian citizen, with successful candidate holding a Baseline Australian Government security clearance.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

APS6 or EL1 Project Manager/System Support Officer

Web Ref: DK230321 – ACT

12 month contract with the possibility of extension | Canberra ACT Location

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking APS6/EL1 Project Manager to join their office on a contractual basis. Using your prior ICT knowledge, you will support a range of ICT projects that will assist in the delivery of a nation-wide program.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Undertaking secretariat duties for a re-development project of a system that supports the program
  • Forming Capital Investment bids for the program
  • Drafting a briefing on a technical topic
  • Working with colleagues to project manage IT projects
  • Writing correspondence, including minutes to executives

EXPERIENCE/REQUIREMENTS

  • Strong technical skills in managing ICT projects
  • Ability to use critical thinking to evaluate problems and make judgements
  • Strong written communication skills
  • Ability to liaise and negotiate with internal and external stakeholders
  • Ability to manage a range of tasks with short and specific timeframes

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

APS4 Data Management Officer

Web Ref: DK290321 – ACT

3 month contract | Canberra, ACT | Hourly rate of $43.41 plus superannuation | Baseline Security Clearance required

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Data Management Officer to join their team at the APS4 level. Working under general direction, you will provide specialist and administrative support that is informed by sound knowledge and may be required to undertake some research and analysis activities. You will also manage a large records system.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Maintain organisation records within an IT system
  • Action requests submitted to update organisation records within an IT system
  • Check the legal status of grant applicants
  • Calculate financial supplementation amounts
  • Coordinate requests for financial risk assessments

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Attention to detail
  • Good communication skills, including high level customer service skills
  • Sound knowledge of IT Systems including Microsoft Excel
  • Strong interpersonal Skills
  • Good analysis skills
  • Ability to understand and follow standard operating procedures

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This is a security assessed position. Applicants must be an Australian citizen, with successful candidate either holding or having the ability to obtain a Baseline Australian Government security clearance or undergo other employment suitability checks.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

APS 6 Counsellor

Web Ref: KB300321 – SYD

12 month contract with possibility of extension | Hourly rate between $55.00 to $65.00 plus 9.5% superannuation | Sydney NSW Location

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking experienced APS 6 Counsellors to provide high quality clinical services to eligible clients.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provision of clinical services including assessment and referral, evidence-based individual, couple and family counselling, and case management to achieve outcomes identified in care planning processes
  • Maintaining clinical records, collating and analysing data from client records, and preparing reports
  • Apply quality assurance principles and procedures to ensure the clinical practice, reporting and invoicing activities of outreach counsellors meet contractual requirements
  • Participation in community development and service promotion activities as required
  • Participation in and contribution to ongoing learning and development activities and maintenance of professional status

EXPERIENCE/REQUIREMENTS

  • Seeking mental health professionals including Clinical Psychologists, Psychologists, or Mental Health Social Workers
  • Qualified health professionals must have current registration with the Australian Health Practitioners Registration Agency (AHPRA)
  • Social workers must be registered with the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) and have Mental Health accreditation
  • Working with Children (WWC) and/or Vulnerable People Checks/Clearance must be obtained prior to commencement

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

Please note all applicants must be willing to complete a 1000 word statement of claims as part of this recruitment process.

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

APS 6 Counsellor

Web Ref: KB300321 – ADEL

12 month contract with possibility of extension | Hourly rate between $55.00 to $65.00 plus 9.5% superannuation | Adelaide SA Location

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking experienced APS 6 Counsellors to provide high quality clinical services to eligible clients.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provision of clinical services including assessment and referral, evidence-based individual, couple and family counselling, and case management to achieve outcomes identified in care planning processes
  • Maintaining clinical records, collating and analysing data from client records, and preparing reports
  • Apply quality assurance principles and procedures to ensure the clinical practice, reporting and invoicing activities of outreach counsellors meet contractual requirements
  • Participation in community development and service promotion activities as required
  • Participation in and contribution to ongoing learning and development activities and maintenance of professional status

EXPERIENCE/REQUIREMENTS

  • Seeking mental health professionals including Clinical Psychologists, Psychologists, or Mental Health Social Workers
  • Qualified health professionals must have current registration with the Australian Health Practitioners Registration Agency (AHPRA)
  • Social workers must be registered with the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) and have Mental Health accreditation
  • Working with Children (WWC) and/or Vulnerable People Checks/Clearance must be obtained prior to commencement

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

Please note all applicants must be willing to complete a 1000 word statement of claims as part of this recruitment process.

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

Service Desk Analyst

Web Ref: JA2010421 – ACT

12 month contract with the possibility of extension | Canberra ACT Location | Rate negotiable, dependent on experience

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking multiple experienced Service Desk Analysts to join their office on a contractual basis. Working under limited direction, you will provide support to staff on core business operations and processes as well as the resolution of technical ICT problems.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Supporting staff to find resolutions for technical ICT problems
  • Providing advice for short term tasks and contributing to work area planning for longer term initiatives
  • Assisting other teams with requests that relate to equipment, mobile devices and configuration
  • Undertaking work that is moderately complex to complex in nature
  • Working outside standard business during peak periods

EXPERIENCE/REQUIREMENTS

  • Demonstrated experience in assisting staff via phone, email, remote and onsite support with incidents and service requests within an ITIL framework
  • Experience providing high quality services across a geographically dispersed network
  • Ability to determine, install and configure software and hardware to provide solutions to problems
  • Ability to perform systems administration and asset management tasks
  • Ability to conduct research and analysis

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

In order to be considered for this position, applicants must address selection criteria (up to 500 words per criterion) which will be provided to you by SOS Recruitment once your application has been received.

This is a security assessed position. Applicants must be an Australian citizen, with successful candidate either holding or having the ability to obtain a Negative Vetting 1 Australian Government security clearance or undergo other employment suitability checks.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

APS5 Community Engagement & Communications Officer

Web Ref: DKCS060421 – PER

12 month contract with the possibility of extension | Perth WA Location | Hourly rate of $45.74 plus superannuation

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an APS5 Community Engagement & Communications Officer to join their office on a contractual basis. Working collaboratively in a team, you will educate, inform and liaise with services to improve the community’s experience and participation with the Department.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Maintaining local relationships with relevant key stakeholders to support effective engagement
  • Working as part of a team to effectively engage with clients using a nationally consistent engagement approach
  • Representing the Department at external forums and events, providing information and guidance to the community
  • Delivering engagement activities and projects by applying communication and engagement experience
  • Delivering clear, concise and effective messaging with clients and stakeholders
  • Managing the engagement inbox and acting as a point of escalation for the triaging of enquiries and requests

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

APS6 Senior Reporting and Technical Officer

Web Ref: JA060421 – ACTMEL

12 month contract | Canberra, ACT or Melbourne, VIC Location | Hourly rate of $55.00 – $65.00 plus superannuation

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Senior Reporting and Technical Officer to join their team at the APS6 level. Within this role, you will assist in the day-to-day management of data integration processes and contract reporting. You will focus on managing data in all its forms whilst developing innovative ways of displaying and articulating information.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Interpreting data and analysing results using standardised techniques
  • Preparing SOPS and reports for executive and project teams
  • Developing and implementing data analyses, data collection systems and other strategies that optimise quality
  • Creating visualisations in data analytics software platforms such as Tableau
  • Supporting data governance and data integration processes while maintaining data quality as per client requirements

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • 5+ years’ experience in data analytics with large data sets
  • Experience in drawing insights, building narratives and reporting on data sets
  • Ability to manage and prioritise multiple tasks in a fast paced environment
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team environment
  • Strong stakeholder management skills
  • Experience in SQL, Tableau and data visualisation tools highly desired
  • Desirable: experience working clinical/health data
  • Desirable: experience working in waterfall and agile environments.

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

Please note if you are successful in progressing to the next stage, you will be required to submit a 1000-word response as part of this recruitment process.

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

APS6 Liaison Officer

Web Ref: KB070421 – SYD

12 month contract | Surry Hills, NSW | Hourly rate of $51.50 plus superannuation

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Liaison Officer to join their team at the APS6 level. Within this role, you will have a considerable amount of public contact in relation to complex, difficult, or sensitive issues. You will liaise with a range of internal and external stakeholders in a representational role on behalf of the branch/division whilst displaying a high level of emotional intelligence.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Developing initiatives to build networks across various sectors, raising awareness and representing the department at networking and cross-agency forums
  • Liaising with Agency business areas to ensure clients have appropriate support
  • Providing guidance and advice regarding department processes and procedures
  • Supporting potential clients in vulnerable settings to gain access the department’s resources
  • Providing consistent and clear communications to promote understanding of the department to external stakeholders

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Ability to deal with confronting and complex situations and information
  • Ability to manage demanding and changing workloads and competing priorities
  • Strong internal and external stakeholder management skills
  • Working within a hot desk environment
  • Strong communication and emotional intelligence skills

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be either an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

APS3 Service Support Officer

Web Ref: KBAM070421 – WOD

12 month contract with scope for extension | Wodonga, VIC Location | Hourly rate of $39.00 – $45.00 plus 9.5% superannuation

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Service Support Officer to join their team at the APS3 level. Within this role, you will provide operational and administrative support to the regional service delivery teams which may include a mix of front reception, administration, procedural, information technology and other service delivery activities.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide client service support through an array of communication points
  • Identify and prioritise clients who are potentially vulnerable
  • Assist with client appointments, counsellor diary management and SMS reminders
  • Assist with client file management including data entry, scanning and uploading
  • Provide support to the delivery of an array of Group Programs
  • Collating data, reports and audits
  • Manage correspondence workflows (email, post, TRIM)

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Demonstrated experience in analysing and evaluating customers needs and triaging to the appropriate area
  • Understand and make connections with community, government and other services
  • Have the ability to prioritise work load and multi-task
  • Ability to collaborate with other staff in immediate work area, across a virtual team and with other areas of the department
  • Demonstrate a high level of relevant computer literacy skills
  • Ability to provide holistic customer service

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

The successful candidate will need to hold a current Working with Children (WWC) and or Vulnerable People Checks prior to commencement.

Please note all applicants must be willing to complete a 1000 word statement of claims as part of this recruitment process.

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

APS6 Clinical Care Coordinator

Web Ref: CS070421 – IPS

12-month contract with possibility of extension | Ipswich Location | Hourly rate: $55 – $65 plus 9.5% Superannuation.

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Clinical Care Coordinator to join their team at the APS6 Level. Within this role, you will develop and maintain relationships with key stakeholders, through the provision of direct evidence-based support to individuals and/or their families with complex needs. In addition, you will provide phone or in person assessment, support, and linkage to internal and external services to clients presenting with immediate needs.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provision of quality, informed clinical services including intake, assessment and referral, complex case management, and case coordination to clients.
  • Maintain clinical records according to organisational standards, collating and analysing data from client records, and preparing reports as required to assist in evaluating and improving service delivery.
  • Liaise and form partnerships with government departments, organisations, community based mental health and welfare agencies.
  • Work systemically with key internal and external stakeholders.
  • Participate in community development and service promotion activities as required.
  • Contribute to the development and delivery of group programs as required.
  • Participate in and contribute to ongoing learning and development activities and the maintenance of professional status.
  • Participate in program evaluation and research activities, contribute to project management activities that implement strategic direction and quality improvement recommendations.

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Qualifications must be that of a Psychologist, Occupational Therapist, Accredited Mental Health Social Worker, or Nurse with mental health experience.
  • Qualified Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Nurses must have current registration with the Australian Health Practitioners Registration Agency (AHPRA).
  • Mental health accredited Social Workers must be registered with the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW).
  • Working with Children (WWC) and/or Vulnerable People Checks/Clearance held and maintained while employed.

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

EL2 Strategic Content Writer

Web Ref: DK080421 – ACT

6-month contract with possibility to extend | ACT Location| Baseline Security Clearance Required

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Strategic Content Writer to join their team at the EL2 level. Working in a dynamic team, you will be responsible for producing, writing, editing, and managing the content for the delivery of strategy.  This will include producing key briefing material to the Executive both within the organisation and across Government.   You will be heavily involved in the coordination of cabinet submissions and therefore will need experience with its process.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

In this role you will be required to write clear, concise, and accurate material, including:

  • Ministerial Submissions
  • Briefs and Talking Points
  • Executive reports and project updates
  • Blogs, Media Releases and Social Media Content
  • Speeches
  • Whole of government Strategy and policy documents
  • Supporting documentation such as guidelines and plans

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Demonstrated experience within content development, writing and editing, production of government submissions, executive briefs, strategies, and reports
  • Demonstrated capability to write with influence at all levels, upholding the highest standards of integrity and confidentiality
  • Proven experience with APS policy and processes, with an emphasis on writing cabinet submissions and ministerial briefs
  • Demonstrated experience in working with minimal supervision and to tight deadlines to ensure effective and timely communication

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

Please note if you are successful in progressing to the next stage, you will be required to submit a selection criteria response as part of this recruitment process. This will be issued to you directly by a representative of SOS Recruitment.

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

APS6 Auditor (Multiple Positions)

Web Ref: KB2080421 – ACT

Contract until 29 October 2021 | Canberra Location | Travel opportunities | Baseline Security Clearance required

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking multiple experienced Auditors to join their team at the APS 6 level. Your work within this role will be essential to the success of upcoming projects aiming to strengthen this organisations quality assurance framework. You will also have the opportunity to undertake domestic travel in this role.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Support the development, trialing and evaluation of new auditing and assessment models
  • Assist with projects which look to enhancing the auditing industry performance
  • Undertake and manage employment services provider audits and assessments
  • Use insights from the projects to contribute to options and solutions to strengthen the QAF
  • Undertake two weeks of travel in order to undertake audits of service providers

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Demonstrated experience in auditing, assurance and/or compliance within a Government setting
  • Ability to quickly get across the Quality Assurance Framework and the projects Assurance Strategy
  • Ability to think critically and strategically
  • Strong analytical and research skills
  • Demonstrated ability to deliver high quality
  • Ability to identify and discuss issues and to find solutions

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This is a security assessed position. Applicants must be an Australian citizen, with successful candidate either holding or having the ability to obtain a Baseline Australian Government security clearance or undergo other employment suitability checks.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

APS5, APS 6 and EL1 Policy Officers – Water Reform

Web Ref: DKKB290421 – ACT

Contract ending 25 April 2022 with possible scope for extension | Canberra ACT Location | Hourly rate of $45.00 – $75.00 plus 9.5% superannuation

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Policy Officers to join their team at the APS 5, APS 6 and EL 1 level. Within this role, you will exercise your expertise in water markets, policy development and associated matters to shape the development of the Commonwealth’s response to the ACCC enquiry. This will also involve detailed analysis of issues and implementation options, regular stakeholder engagement, and ongoing policy development, planning, briefing and reporting.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Playing a lead role in the development and coordination of the department’s appropriate response to Inquiry recommendations
  • Contributing expert policy advice and/or knowledge on water markets to assist the development of appropriate policy for consideration by the Minister
  • Conduct development, evaluation and costing alternative senarios
  • Researching, interpreting and applying complex legislation and related policy or procedural frameworks
  • Contributing to the leadership and management of the team and contribute to Division Outcomes

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Demonstrated understanding of policies, legislation and/or frameworks, or the ability to rapidly acquire such understanding.
  • Quantitative data skills, including the ability to identify trends and issues in data to support scenario analysis
  • Tertiary qualifications in economics, law, or public policy are highly desirable
  • Proven high-level capacity to research, analyse and synthesise material from a range of sources (e.g. policy, program, legislative, quantitative data) to produce sound policy advice
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills including the proven ability to effectively communicate complex ideas to a range of audiences in a range of styles
  • Strong internal and external stakeholder management skills

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

EL1 Project Manager

Web Ref: JA080421 – ACT

12-month contract | Canberra ACT Location | Hourly rate of $67.03 to $76.45 plus superannuation

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Project Officer to join their team at the EL1 level. Working collaboratively with the project teams, you will identify information and technology requirements relating to reform projects.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Proactively work with the project teams to identify and define IT requirements relating to reform projects earlier in the Projects’ lifecycle
  • Drive and facilitate the prioritisation of IT work
  • Drive and facilitate the delivery of estimates, plans and projects
  • Coordinate the business aspects of user acceptance testing
  • Provide a consolidated report of the progress monthly
  • Liaise with key stakeholders to align and understand priorities relating to delivery
  • Identify connections and shared requirements across projects, ensuring feed into the critical path

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • University qualifications in Business or process analysis experience
  • A minimum of five years’ experience in managing business projects that include IT, or IT projects
  • Ability to work with internal staff, stakeholders and suppliers at all levels
  • Ability to share knowledge to uplift skills across the Branch
  • Strong communication skills
  • Ability to quickly assimilate complex scientific, medical or technical information and draw out key messages
  • Experience with a formal methodology such as Prince II, PMBOK etc., highly regarded but not essential
  • Change or organisational change management experience would also be highly regarded but not essential

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

Actuarial Analyst

Web Ref: DKCS080421 – ACT

Contract till December 2022 with possibility of extension | Canberra Location | Hourly rate of $39.92 plus 9.5% Superannuation.

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an entry level Actuarial Analyst to join their team on a contractual basis. Working in a fast-paced environment, you will use longitudinal data and predictive analytics to assist stakeholders in analysis and interpretation of actuarial results to support evidence-based policy development.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Formulating methods and assumptions;
  • Preparing data and developing detailed spreadsheets;
  • Developing computer programs in SAS;
  • Liaising with stakeholders, through written and oral channels;
  • Performing qualitative and quantitative analysis;
  • Developing a suite of interactive dashboards for policy areas to gain insights;
  • Utilizing Teradata system;
  • Preparing technical briefings and reports; and
  • Developing, validating and maintaining complex actuarial models

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Strong technical and analytical skills, with the ability to use specialist software packages for data analytics or modelling purposes. Prior experience in SAS and predictive analytics will be well-regarded (but not mandatory)
  • A capacity to contribute to wider strategies and initiatives.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills, and a proven ability to communicate results of data analytics into meaningful and actionable insights for diverse audiences.
  • Ability to establish and maintain productive working relationships with internal and external key stakeholders.
  • Demonstrated ability to balance competing priorities and achieve timely results.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a team environment under limited supervision.
  • A tertiary degree with a major in actuarial studies, statistics, mathematics, finance, computer science, or a closely related discipline which includes a substantial mathematics component.
  • Experience in model development and related analysis will be regarded favourably.

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

Please note if you are successful in progressing to the next stage, you will be required to submit a 1000-word response as part of this recruitment process.

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service. In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

APS3 Service Support Officer

Web Ref: – CS090421 – TOWN

12 month contract with scope for extension | Townsville, QLD | Hourly rate of $39.00 – $45.00 plus 9.5% superannuation

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Service Support Officer to join their team at the APS3 level. Within this role, you will provide operational and administrative support to the regional service delivery teams which may include a mix of front reception, administration, procedural, information technology and other service delivery activities.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide client service support through an array of communication points
  • Identify and prioritise clients who are potentially vulnerable
  • Assist with client appointments, counsellor diary management and SMS reminders
  • Assist with client file management including data entry, scanning and uploading
  • Provide support to the delivery of an array of Group Programs
  • Collating data, reports and audits
  • Manage correspondence workflows (email, post, TRIM)

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Demonstrated experience in analysing and evaluating customers needs and triaging to the appropriate area
  • Understand and make connections with community, government and other services
  • Have the ability to prioritise work load and multi-task
  • Ability to collaborate with other staff in immediate work area, across a virtual team and with other areas of the department
  • Demonstrate a high level of relevant computer literacy skills
  • Ability to provide holistic customer service

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

Please note all applicants must be willing to complete a 1000 word statement of claims as part of this recruitment process.

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen at time of application.

The successful candidate will need to hold a current Working with Children (WWC) and or Vulnerable People Checks prior to commencement.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

EL1 Lead Software Engineer

Web Ref: JA990421 – ACT

6 month contract with the possibility of extension | Inner South Canberra Location | Baseline security clearance highly advantageous

OVERVIEW

Our well known Federal Government client is currently seeking an EL1 Lead Software Engineer to join their office on a contractual basis. Working within a team, you will work on the development and deployment of data integration methodologies against a variety of data assets.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Developing best practice in data integration including data harmonisation, integration and cleaning
  • Leading the ongoing enhancement of departmental data assets through data integration
  • Managing multiple projects simultaneously including both waterfall and agile methodologies
  • Designing a clear software framework within which new and existing data pipelines and functionality can be developed
  • Refactoring and restructuring of existing code with a particular focus on clean coding principles
  • Migrating legacy code with a view of optimisation of processes and runtime

EXPERIENCE/REQUIREMENTS

  • Ability to undertake programming in SAS, SQL and modern programming languages including R or Python, utilising common machine learning libraries
  • Highly developed critical thinking skills
  • Ability to undertake logical and balanced decision making and justifications within defined parameters
  • Highly proficient written and verbal communication skills, with the ability tailor messages for diverse audiences
  • Expert skills in seeking opportunities to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a range of stakeholders
  • Proficiency in sharing and exchanging information and resources in an appropriate and strategic manner
  • Experience working with procedural and/or object oriented languages preferred

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This is a security assessed position. Applicants must be an Australian citizen, with successful candidate either holding or having the ability to obtain a Baseline Australian Government security clearance or undergo other employment suitability checks.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

APS6 Complaints Officer

Web Ref: CS090421 – GEE

Contract through to June 2022 with possibility to extend| Commence immediately | Geelong Location

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Complaints Officer to join their team at the APS6 level.  Utilizing your exceptional communication and decision-making skills you will lead and support the complaints team in assessing, recording, resolving, and referring on a case-by-case basis.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Developing guidance materials and support processes to assist team members and other business areas in dealing with complaints.
  • Leading and supporting team members to effectively manage complaints within expected timeframes.
  • Managing complaints and participant incidents, including assessing, recording, resolving and referring as required.
  • Managing escalated complaints and ensuring strict deadlines are met.
  • Producing quality written correspondence for a range of audiences, including formal responses for the Minister.
  • Managing correspondence, briefing and reporting functions for the Complaints Team.
  • Supporting the Complaints Team to resolve day to day operations issues and assist in achieving the branch’s strategic objectives.

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • High level stakeholder engagement and communication
  • Developed conflict resolution skills
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft office programs
  • Previous experience with client records management system (CRM) favorable but not essential

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

APS6 Sourcing Specialist

Web Ref: JA7090421 – GEE

Contract ending 28 December 2021 with possible scope for extension | Geelong, VIC | Hourly rate of $51.50 plus superannuation

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Sourcing Specialist to join their team at the APS6 level. Within this role, you will be responsible for ensuring value for money is achieved through the effective sourcing of Partners. You will play a crucial part in the delivery of sourcing projects, contributing to the development of plans and implementation of Partner contract sourcing solutions.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Supporting ongoing reviews and improvements to sourcing processes and systems
  • Forming evaluation and negotiation teams and processes for establishing Partner contracts at an implementation level
  • Improving and developing statements of requirements, structured negotiation practice and techniques
  • Ensuring compliance and review of contract terms and conditions to align with legislative and regulatory requirements
  • Assisting contract management resources with contract variations and extensions for moderate to complex Partner agreements or as part of a program of renewal

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Ability to deal with confronting and complex situations and information
  • Ability to manage demanding and changing workloads and competing priorities
  • Strong internal and external stakeholder management skills
  • Working within a host desk environment
  • Strong communication and emotional intelligence skills

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

EL1 Assistant Director – Legal

Web Ref: DKKB290421 – ACT

Contract ending 25 April 2022 with possible scope for extension | Canberra ACT Location | Hourly rate of $70.00 – $75.00 plus superannuation

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Legal Assistant Director to join their team at the EL1 level. Within this role, you will exercise your expertise in various markets, policy development and associated matters to shape the development of the Commonwealth’s response to the inquiry. This will also involve detailed analysis of issues and implementation options, regular stakeholder engagement, and ongoing policy development, planning, briefing and reporting.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Playing a lead role in the development and coordination of the department’s appropriate response to Inquiry recommendations
  • Contributing expert policy advice and/or knowledge on various markets to assist the development of appropriate policy for consideration by the Minister
  • Contributing to the leadership and management of the markets team and contribute to Division Outcomes

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Demonstrated understanding of policies, legislation and/or frameworks, or the ability to rapidly acquire such understanding.
  • Quantitative data skills, including the ability to identify trends and issues in data to support scenario analysis
  • Tertiary qualifications in economics, law, or public policy are highly desirable
  • Proven high-level capacity to research, analyse and synthesise material from a range of sources (e.g. policy, program, legislative, quantitative data) to produce sound policy advice
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills including the proven ability to effectively communicate complex ideas to a range of audiences in a range of styles
  • Strong internal and external stakeholder management skills

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen at time of application.

Baseline Security Clearance desired but not essential.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

Intake and Work Allocations Officer

Web Ref: AM90421 – ACT

Contract ending 18 October 2021 with possible scope for extension | Canberra ACT | Hourly rate of $29.00 – $32.00 plus superannuation

OVERVIEW

Our Government client is currently seeking an Intake and Allocations Officer to join their team. Within this role you will be answering incoming calls, emails and messages, and assisting customers with their specific inquiries identifying requirements and recording information into a computer system.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide customer service support through an array of communication points
  • Identify and prioritise customer issues on inbound and outbound calls
  • Developing rosters and managing staff numbers to meet work flows
  • Updating databases to reflect changes to the status of customers and prospective customers arranging the dispatch of goods, information kits and brochures to customers and interested parties
  • Liaising with other departments associated with completing the customer contact issuing invoices
  • Receiving electronic payments for goods and services provided

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Understand and make connections with community, government and other services
  • Have the ability to prioritise work load and multi-task
  • Ability to collaborate with other staff in immediate work area
  • Demonstrate a high level of relevant computer literacy skills
  • Ability to provide holistic customer service

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

Must be an Australia citizen and be willing to undergo ID Verification Check and a National Police Check.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

APS6 Senior Research Officer

Web Ref: KB12042021-MEL

Contract ending 16 May 2022 with possible scope for extension | Melbourne, VIC | Hourly rate of $51.50 plus superannuation

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Senior Research Officer to join their team at the APS6 level. Within this role, you will support the evidence for the Action Team to identify knowledge gaps, work collaboratively to design projects to address knowledge gaps, produce translation products, and support implementation through the development of guidelines.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Preparation of knowledge translation plans
  • Preparation of participant decision guides
  • Literature reviews
  • Support capability building activities (e.g. training, resource development)
  • Preparation of reports, multimedia (video editing, PowerPoint presentations, infographs)
  • Development and maintenance of spreadsheets and databases
  • Correspondence with internal and external stakeholders
  • Organising meetings, preparing agendas and documenting minutes
  • Management of quality assurance activities

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Demonstrated experience creating knowledge translation products for a range of audiences
  • Hold a relevant qualification or demonstrated equivalent research experience
  • Demonstrated understanding of knowledge translation frameworks and strategies
  • Strong internal and external stakeholder management skills

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be either an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

APS6 Senior Internal Auditor

Web Ref: KB70421-MEL

6 month assignment with possible scope for extension | Melbourne, VIC | Hourly rate of $51.50 plus superannuation

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Senior Internal Auditor to join their team at the APS6 level. Within this role you will provide independent and objective assurance and consulting to the department agency. You will also provide a systematic and disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of the organisation’s governance, risk management and internal control processes.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Developing the Risk and Control Matrix (RACM) including work programs for assessments and process flowcharts to support key processes, associated risks and controls in respect to the assurance engagements in line with the department Internal Audit (IA) methodology
  • Undertaking assurance assessment (testing) activities by interviewing, collecting and examining evidence against agreed engagement criteria in line with the department IA methodology
  • Documenting evidential observations, linking to assessment objectives, and assisting with wording of audit findings/issues to improve governance, risk management and internal controls
  • Contributing to the preparation of internal audit reporting which outlines findings/issues, observations
  • Conducting follow up activities to evaluate sufficiency of evidence for closing issues in line with the department IA methodology

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Demonstrated experience working in a risk or internal audit environment with the APS
  • Strong understanding of risk management and the ability to identify, support and respond to risk in all decision making
  • Strong internal and external stakeholder management skills
  • Strong communication skills in order to liaise with a variety of internal and external stakeholders
  • Strong analysis skills with the ability to evaluate extensive reports

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be either an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

APS 5 Assistant Clinical Practice Manager

Web Ref: JA4120421 – ADEL

12 month contract | Adelaide SA | Hourly Rate $50-$55 plus superannuation

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking an experienced Assistant Clinical Practice Manager to join their team at the APS 5 level. Within this role, you will be responsible for managing the region’s day-to-day clinical support operations and requirements.  A main responsibility of the role is to assist the Regional Clinical Practice Manager (RCPM) with the line management and operational supervision of clinical support team members across all sites in the region.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Coordination of the region’s clinical support team in the delivery of a professional reception service. Monitor client customer service standards.
  • Manage complex client and operational issues that are escalated.
  • Assist the RCPM in managing the human resource requirements including recruitment, on-boarding, induction and off-boarding activities.
  • Assist the RCPM in the management of corporate functions including property, security, operational resource requirements and finance cross the region.
  • Monitor quality of work and conduct quality assurance activities as well as managing the operational compliance and audit framework.
  • Coordinate the region’s reporting requirements including data analysis, present data into formats suitable for interpretation, formulate the monthly report.

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

  • Certificate IV qualification or equivalent level of experience in a relevant field (Practice Management, Business Administration, Leadership)
  • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office and in particular Outlook and Excel, data manipulation and presentation applications and experience in client management systems.
  • Experience working in a medical or allied health environment in a team leadership role (desirable

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

Please note if you are successful in progressing to the next stage, you will be required to submit a 1000-word response as part of this recruitment process.

Successful candidates will be required to be able to achieve working with vulnerable people clearances in accordance Policy.  This is required to be obtained prior to commencement.

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.

APS 6 Planner

Web Ref: JACS120421 – MID

Multiple Positions | 12 month contract | Commence immediately | Midland, WA | Hourly Rate $51.50 plus superannuation

OVERVIEW

Our Federal Government client is currently seeking experienced Planners to join their team at the APS 6 level. Within this role, you will be making decisions to assist participants in line with legislation.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Gathering information from participants and their representatives, planning partners and multiple stakeholders, to enable high-quality planning and evidence-based decision-making.
  • Determining funded supports to be included in participant plans to complement informal and formal supports.
  • Monitoring participant plans, ensuring effective implementation and expenditure of the supports throughout the life of the plan.
  • Working closely with participants and their representatives to identify current and future supports, and informal, mainstream and community support options to achieve plan outcomes.
  • Resolving issues and complaints in relation to participant plans.
  • Collaborating with team members and assisting to develop specialised knowledge in areas of expertise.
  • Coaching and mentoring staff and monitoring team capacity and workflow activities.
  • Contributing to and leading quality improvement activities to enhance service delivery practice, processes and systems.

EXPERIENCE / REQUIREMENTS

To be successful for this position, you must hold an Allied Health Qualification. You must also possess the following;

  • Exceptional Stakeholder engagement
  • Ability to lead and mentor a diverse team
  • Well developed interpersonal skills
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Established organisational and logistics skills
  • Strong attention to detail and problem solving sills

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

This opportunity is within the Australian Public Service.  In order to be considered, please note that candidates must be an Australian Citizen at time of application.

SOS Recruitment is committed to the principles of workplace diversity and equity in employment and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, women, people with family responsibilities, people with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs and LGBTIQ people.