APS5 Project Officer, Royal Commissions

The Mainstream Interface Policy Branch works across this Federal Government Agency to reach endorsed positions on the mainstream interface and works with the Department of Social Services (DSS) and state and territory governments to inform negotiations and agreement.
 
The branch is also responsible for managing interactions with Royal Commissions. This includes responding to requests for information (both by locating and providing documents and also preparing background papers and witness statements), coordinating requests and liaising with other government departments/agencies and external consultants assisting the Agency and investigating matters that may be of relevance to a Royal Commission.
 
Key responsibilities of a Project Officer in the Royal Commissions team:
  • Gather and collate documents required under notice, ensuring appropriate consultation with document owners and subject matter experts
  • Interpret and distil information in order to provide briefings to senior leaders
  • Assist in discreet project management and coordination tasks
  • Undertake research, analyse and interpret patterns and trends, and record findings
  • Provide thorough information and effective support to internal and external stakeholders
  • Provide administrative support for other team members, as required.
Please note:
  • This role may include intrastate travel
  • This role may have exposure to confronting issues.
This is a full time, 12 month contract role based in Geelong and due to start in March 2021. To be considered for this excellent opportunity, please apply now or contact Brooke Lawry on 03 8319 7840 for further discussion.
02/03/2021
Melbourne (Geelong)
Contract
Legal
BH-359221
Brooke Lawry
The Mainstream Interface Policy Branch works across this Federal Government Agency to reach endorsed positions on the mainstream interface and works with the Department of Social Services (DSS) and state and territory governments to inform negotiations and agreement.
 
The branch is also responsible for managing interactions with Royal Commissions. This includes responding to requests for information (both by locating and providing documents and also preparing background papers and witness statements), coordinating requests and liaising with other government departments/agencies and external consultants assisting the Agency and investigating matters that may be of relevance to a Royal Commission.
 
Key responsibilities of a Project Officer in the Royal Commissions team:
  • Gather and collate documents required under notice, ensuring appropriate consultation with document owners and subject matter experts
  • Interpret and distil information in order to provide briefings to senior leaders
  • Assist in discreet project management and coordination tasks
  • Undertake research, analyse and interpret patterns and trends, and record findings
  • Provide thorough information and effective support to internal and external stakeholders
  • Provide administrative support for other team members, as required.
Please note:
  • This role may include intrastate travel
  • This role may have exposure to confronting issues.
This is a full time, 12 month contract role based in Geelong and due to start in March 2021. To be considered for this excellent opportunity, please apply now or contact Brooke Lawry on 03 8319 7840 for further discussion.
02/03/2021
Melbourne (Geelong)
Contract
Legal
BH-359221
Brooke Lawry