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June

Social Commissioner And Environment Commissioner

Greater Sydney Commission - Sydney, NSW

Government, Defence & Emergency
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JOB DESCRIPTION

Social Commissioner


Environment Commissioner


Thought leadership. Strategic planning. Innovation precinct leadership.


The Greater Sydney Commission (GSC) is leading metropolitan planning to make Greater Sydney more productive, sustainable and liveable. Now in its sixth year of operation, and with The Metropolis of Three Cities firmly embedded in Greater Sydney's future, the GSC has new priorities which will expand on its work - focused on the challenges and opportunities faced by Greater Sydney in its recovery from COVID, and how strategic land use planning, innovation precincts activation and city shaping can drive good outcomes in Greater Sydney's productivity, liveability and and sustainability. The Greater Sydney Commission is positioned as a small, nimble agency within the Premier and Cabinet Cluster, reporting directly to the Premier, enabling it to influence, collaborate and coordinate the implementation of strategic plans from the centre of government.


Social Commissioner


The Social Commissioner is the principal thought leader on liveability in Greater Sydney, with an emphasis on equity across the Metropolis of Three Cities. You will play an important role in the consideration of liveability issues such as social inclusion and engagement, housing diversity and affordability, access to open space and to critical social infrastructure including health and education. You will lead the Commission's endeavour to engage with Aboriginal people more in strategic planning and also the focus on engaging with younger people.


Environment Commissioner


The Environment Commissioner is the principal thought leader on place-based sustainability and resilience in Greeter Sydney. You will play an especially important role over the coming year as the GSC investigates how to realise the greatest economic benefits from increased investment in the circular economy and net zero outcomes.


Your leadership and advice to fellow Commissioners and your work in strengthening relationships with industry stakeholders will be critical to the success of the Commission.


Greater Sydney Commissioners are non-executive appointments, appointed by the Premier under Section 6 of the Greater Sydney Commission Act, and require expertise in at least one of the following areas: environmental sustainability, environmental science, sustainable design, strategic planning, infrastructure planning and delivery, architecture, urban design, traffic and transport, engineering, community development and services, local government, environmental planning law, social justice, property development, community engagement, economics, tourism or heritage.


Candidates will be assessed on the basis of their expertise and experience, leadership, relationships across the sector and ability to work constructively and collaboratively with staff, colleagues and stakeholders. The Commissioners will require not only thematic expertise, but the ability to contribute to thought leadership and planning on the strategic city shaping of Greater Sydney. Commissioners have an indicative time commitment of between one and two days per month, although this may vary with the Commission's commitments.


To obtain a role description or to apply, please email GSC@omerapartners.com. For a confidential discussion, please contact Felicity Stalley at Omera Partners via email to GSC@omerapartners.com. Omera Partners will maintain confidentiality with respect to contact by potential applicants.


Please do not submit your application for the role via the I Work For NSW job site. Apply directly to Omera Partners. Applications submitted via I Work For NSW will not be reviewed.


Applications close: 9.59am on Sunday 27 June 2021

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