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February

Vendor Relationship Manager - 24 Months Fte

NSW Department of Customer Service - Sydney, NSW

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JOB DESCRIPTION

Senior Advisor Vendor Relationships
NSW Telco Authority
Sydney CBD
Grade 9/10
24 Months FTE or Development Opportunity

The NSW Telco Authority promotes flexibility and we welcome applications from people looking for part time, job share and other flexible arrangements.


About NSW Telco Authority

NSW Telco Authority provides radio communications to frontline responders to help keep people and places safe. We manage the Public Safety Network (PSN), which provides radio communications to emergency services organisations and other government agencies.

Next to Australia’s triple zero emergency hotline, the PSN is the most important critical communications network in NSW, and one of the largest of its type in the world.

Our Major Programs Include

We also play a lead role in digital connectivity across government and drive reform across the sector.

  • Critical Communications Enhancement Program
  • Public Safety Mobile Broadband
  • Connecting Country Communities Fund
  • Mobile Black Spot Program

NSW Telco Authority is committed to customer services and has a culture built on the values of service, transparency, accountability, integrity, respect and safety. Our values guide our decisions and the way we work and reflect our diverse, inclusive and flexible workplace.

NSW Telco Authority is a Statutory Authority within the Department of Customer Service.

For more information about us, visit www.telco.nsw.gov.au.

About The Role

A unique and exciting opportunity within this dynamic and fast-growing business unit awaits the right candidate. Reporting to the Associate Director, you will be building and managing relationships with those who supply products and services to the organisation. Your aim is to manage the balance in vendor relationships to support the achievement of agreed commercial outcomes.

You will be the liaison between the business (who are focussed in on successfully delivering the goals of the NSW Telecommunications Authority) via the Commercial team (who exist to support the business and who ensure commercial activity is undertaken in the most appropriate and effective way) and our vendors (major telecommunications and associated suppliers who support the Authority to reach its goals) on a variety commercial matters – ensuring that all parties are on the same page, clear and concise, working in parallel and meeting mutual obligations with regards to procurement and contracts management activities (quotes, change management, etc)

This is a busy, high-volume but friendly environment that will suit an organised person with a great eye for detail and plenty of team spirit. As the Senior Advisor Vendor Relationships you will ensure clarity and promote knowledge sharing between the business stakeholders, commercial team members and vendors. This includes changing business requirements, timings, expectations and deliverables.

Some Of Your Daily Responsibilities Will Include
  • Ensure the business provide clear requirements when it comes to quotation requests, technical enquiries and forward planning – liaising with vendors to ensure response to the same.
  • Monitor, evaluate and report on services, programs and procedures to identify and respond to trends and ensure continuous improvements/performance of vendors in line with contractual obligations and established performance metrics
  • Manage outward communication to vendors to facilitate understanding and awareness of organisational strategic direction, changes and challenges
  • Analyse and maintain awareness of issues, insights, challenges, opportunities and industry trends and practices and develop and recommend innovative solutions that optimise outcomes, contribute to best practice and meet organisational and government priorities
  • Establish and maintain appropriate stakeholder and supplier relationships to identify and minimise risk, resolve issues as they arise, and maximise the value of the contract

What We Are Looking For

We welcome applications from those who are familiar with (in particular those who have worked within) large scale providers of telecommunications, particularly those with sales experience. The following is also required:
  • excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Understanding of the quotations process (end-to-end)
  • experience in Telco an advantage but not essential

Working at DCS
The Department of Customer Service (DCS) is a great place to work! Our values of accountability, trust, service and integrity drive our initiatives and culture. We support innovative programs in areas as broad as digital government, consumer protection and major public works. We are an inclusive organisation that celebrates diversity and flexible work practices and believe our people are our greatest asset.

Our Benefits Include
  • flexible working policy
  • discounted Gym Memberships and Employee Assistance Programs
  • annual leave loading, development opportunities, training and much more!

Salary Grade 9/10, with the base salary ranging from $111,077 to $122,404.

Click Here to access the Role Description. For enquiries regarding this position, please contact Lauren Johnson via lauren.johnson@customerservice.nsw.gov.au

Closing Date: Applications close Thursday 4th March at 10:59am.

Telco Authority is committed to increasing representation of Aboriginal people across our workforce including assistance throughout the recruitment process via our recruitment partner, Yarn’n Aboriginal Employment Services. Contact Yarn’n, (02) 9319 4000, for information and assistance.

At the Department, we endeavour to make roles flexible. While this role is advertised as full time, we will consider requests to undertake the work flexibly.

The Department of Customer Service is proud to be an EEO Employer who are fully focused on equality and believe deeply in diversity of all identities making us different and a true reflection of our NSW customers. As an inclusive workplace, we support various employee resource groups, practice flexible work and workplace adjustment.

If you do require an adjustment during the recruitment process, please notify us on your application form.

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