Program Manager – Inner Melbourne Transport and Amenity Program

  • Company:
    Department of Education & Early Childhood Developm
  • Location:
  • Salary:
    negotiable / month
  • Job type:
    Full-Time
  • Posted:
    22 hours ago
  • Category:
    Transport

Position DetailsProgram Manager – Inner Melbourne Transport and Amenity ProgramAnnual Salary Range: VPS5 – $98,396 – $119,052 + superTenure: Fixed Term until August 2021Employment Type: Full Time (flexibility may be available)Usual Work Location: Melbourne CBD (flexibility may be available)About the TeamThe Priority Precincts and Inner Melbourne team is responsible for the transport component of place-based planning initiatives, as well as co-ordination with the major transport infrastructure program supporting the Government’s designated priority precincts, with a predominant focus on the inner Melbourne area as a key place of economic and cultural significance for the State.About the OpportunityReporting to the Manager, Priority Precincts and Inner Melbourne, the role of Program Manager will provide key strategic transport advice and project management services to support the key strategic transport initiatives in-development with the City of Melbourne. As part of an established transport and amenity program between the two organisations, your input will be key in enabling successful delivery of this program management for government. Additionally, the development and maintenance of working relationships at all levels will be pivotal in this role, concurrent with providing strategic input and advice on transport planning tasks and specific project activities.About YouA good understanding of the transport environment across all modes as well as from a place and urban realm context for the central Melbourne area will be well-regarded, with the successful applicant required to work independently and within a team environment across State and local government. The preferred applicant will have a strong history of project and program management delivery within complex stakeholder environments, a highly-developed view of best-practice transport planning across all modes and demonstrated experience on briefing, administration and reporting requirements associated with major projects and program delivery.Culture and BenefitsThe Department of Transport is committed to building a culture where flexible work arrangements are a focus to support different ways of working, helping employees balance work and life.For a confidential discussion regarding this opportunity, please call Scott Przibella, Acting Manager Priority Precincts and Inner Melbourne on 0436 803 646.How to ApplyApplications should include a resume and covering letter. You may be required to answer role-specific questions to support your application.Preferred applicants may be subject to pre-employment checks. Information provided to the Department of Transport will be treated in the strictest confidence.