Limited Applicant Pool
Only permanent employees of the Department of Communities, Disability Services and Seniors who are affected by the NDIS implementation and who are substantively appointed at or above the classification level of the vacancy may apply for this position.
Please note, that affected employees/SEAWCs are only required to submit a current CV, including details of at least one referee.
The position requires a person who will take personal responsibility for serving the government of the day and meeting the needs of the people and communities of Queensland.
You will work towards a system of world class service delivery and public sector management.
You will have a record of success in project management and support.
Your ability to analyse information and provide project advice and support is essential to the role.
With proven success in grants administration, you will provide a valuable contribution to the ongoing management of a range of project initiatives.
Your ability to manage multiple high priorities, applying a project management approach to your work and be able to respond positively and with agility to changing circumstances will support your success in the role.
You take personal satisfaction in providing high quality work and support the broader team in providing service delivery.
The position requires someone with grants administration and project support experience, and a history of working collaboratively to support project outcomes.
The role will:
• provide resource administration and database management for grants and subsidies to ensure appropriate governance frameworks and controls are in place for the effective administration of grants and subsidies, agreements and programs including audit compliance, acquittals, reporting and information management
• assist in the development, implementation and review of grants and subsidies, funding agreements and programs in accordance with policies and procedures manuals
• coordinate projects to support a range of project initiatives including matters related to grants and subsidies policies and procedures
• research and analyse trends in grants and subsidies policies and procedures supporting human services initiatives
• prepare timely and accurate correspondence including letters, briefs, reports and submissions on a range of complex issues
• provide information to support Divisional reporting through Ministerial Portfolio Statements, Annual Reports, Estimates briefs, risk management and performance reporting and business improvement processes.
Applications to remain current for 12 months.