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494906/drc - Project Manager - Executive Level 2

Attorney-General's Department - Sydney, NSW

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JOB DESCRIPTION

Our Opportunity

The Royal Commission requires an experienced project manager (Executive Level 2 or equivalent) to plan, oversee and lead the development of the Commission’s final report. This is a senior role requiring interaction and collaboration with staff across all branches and across each of the Commission’s four locations – Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Canberra. The role would be primarily based in Sydney, with occasional travel to other locations. The project manager would be supported by a small team of more junior project management and administrative staff.

Reporting to the Assistant Secretary, Data, Research and Publications Branch, key responsibilities include:

  • co-ordination of the final and progress reports delivered by the Commission including schedule development and management
  • ensuring that the final report of the Commission is delivered on time and to the highest quality standards
  • managing a small team focussed on delivering against this objective
  • providing guidance across the Commission on requirements of the final report, and critical deadlines required to meet delivery timeframes
  • co-ordinating draft content for reports from all areas of the Commission, including monitoring and reporting on progress against the agreed schedule
  • co-ordination of internal and external editing support reports delivered by the Commission.
The Successful Applicant Will Have
  • strong project management expertise in the field and extensive experience working as a Project Manager, ideally with project management experience co-ordinating a major publication
  • experience in project management or publications management in a government setting or experience working with government agencies (preferred)
  • experience using Project management software and maintaining a comprehensive schedule for the delivery of large projects (preferably in the context of a major publication)
  • experience managing project risks and designing risk mitigation strategies
  • experience designing and implementing progress dashboards and more detailed reports for executive staff
  • high-level written and verbal communication skills and an ability to effectively negotiate, and manage and resolve conflict
  • ability to work in a high pressure environment and ensure delivery within tight timeframes
  • excellent time management skills, and an ability to multi-task and manage various project elements simultaneously
  • strong leadership and coordination skills
  • excellent attention to detail
  • the ability to uphold and model the APS Values, Code of Conduct, Employment Principles and AGD Performance Expectations.
Who are we looking for?

We seek people who bring external ideas, diverse experience, and global perspectives, and are willing to explore innovative ways of working. People who work for us will display leadership at all levels, apply information effectively in order to solve problems, and work collaboratively to achieve outcomes.

Please refer to the AGD Performance Expectations for more detail.

The range and nature of work within the Royal Commission requires a workforce that reflects our diverse society and the department provides a number of support mechanisms for employees.

As a Royal Commission Employee, You Will
  • be part of an inclusive and diverse work environment
  • receive a generous starting salary and work conditions
  • benefit from supportive learning and development
  • be supported by a range of active networks including the Brothers and Sisters Network, the Staff Disability Support Network and the LBGTIQ+ network, as well as the ability to join the Attorney-General’s Department’s Indigenous Employee Network, the Celebrating Ability Network, the Women’s Network, the Pride Network and the Cultural and Linguistically Diverse Network.
Advertised: 10 Jun 2021 AUS Eastern Standard Time

Applications close: 27 Jun 2021 AUS Eastern Standard Time

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