About this job
• Join Australia’s largest private provider of multimodal public transport;
• Support the delivery of the Keolis Downer rail bids in Australia and New Zealand;
• $91k per annum plus superannuation
Keolis Downer is Australia’s largest private provider of multi-modal public transport. Through an open and collaborative approach, Keolis Downer endeavours to help Governments, public transport authorities, industry partners and communities to understand tomorrow’s challenges to future mobility and to provide innovative solutions for a better future.
To deliver on their vision, Keolis Downer requires the services of an experienced Planning and Scheduling Officer to support the delivery of the Keolis Downer rail bids in Australia and New Zealand.
What the role entails
Based in Sydney, this position is a great opportunity for an experienced Planning and Scheduling Officer to deliver optimised transport plans and schedules to meet contract specifications and customer demand, as well as delivering optimised tender solutions
Reporting to the Operations Workstream leader, the role involves:
• Planning, scheduling and marketing existing and new bus services to meet contract specifications and customer demand;
• Undertaking data analyses to provide strategic data insights;
• Contributing to the Operations deliverables in tender;
• Reporting and escalating to management as needed;
• Creating and maintaining comprehensive project documentation;
• Ensuring that the Scheduling and Rostering meet the tender requirements, in accordance with regulations.
What you will need for this role
To be successful in this role, you will have:
• Proven experience in tender of bus passenger transport services, ideally multi-modal and /or other modes (mandatory);
• Experience in public transport operations – preferably bus – and/or transferable public services in a competitive market;
• Thorough understanding of Route Planning, Service Planning, Scheduling and Rostering procedures and processes;
• Detailed knowledge of Computer aided Scheduling system and ability to use operating system, in particular Hastus;
• Tertiary qualifications in relevant field i.e., transport operations, urban planning, or demonstrable work experience if non-relevant tertiary qualification;
• Ability to engage and communicate with staff at all levels and build strong working relationships;
• Competence in Microsoft Office packages (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).