Delivery lead - Inner Melbourne Cycling Project
DELIVERY LEAD- INNER MELBOURNE CYCLING PROGRAM
Annual Salary: $101,120 - $122,348 + Super
Tenure: Fixed Term (12 Months)
Employment Type: Full Time (flexibility may be available)
Usual Work Location: Sunshine (flexibility may be available)
About the Team To deliver transport services across all modes that provides a single user interface to the transport network. About the Opportunity The Delivery Lead will work in a small multi-disciplined team, and part of a working group with subject matter experts from various areas, to develop and deliver the program. This role will manage work activities, consultants, contract and procurement management, construction delivery and support works packages associated with ongoing monitoring and adjustment of project delivery performance to ensure the program investment is delivered on time, within budget and to the specified quality standards. About You As our ideal candidate you will have the following:
Experience as an engineer/ planner or urban design in road and cycling infrastructure delivery for cycling projects (focusing on safer cycling projects involving separation and new and improved infrastructure treatments).
Passion for improving the cycling network, and demonstrated engagement and awareness of new approaches to infrastructure, construction and industry practices
Excellent communication, interpersonal and negotiation skills, including the ability to effectively manage complex relationships and difficult negotiations with government stakeholders in delivering infrastructure on State and local roads.
Problem solving and analytical skills, with the ability to apply technical and innovative thinking to develop creative solutions to resolve complex issues to successfully navigate the complex nature of inner-city roads and streets
Ability to translate the program objectives into business requirements to deliver desired outcomes
Strong organisation and management skills to effectively lead the management and administration of tasks for multiple program streams and package of works.
Demonstrated ability to prepare, monitor and report on the overall performance of the work area, including financial performance and ensure the information is understood by a wide audience.
Proven ability to identify user needs for safer cycling, using your technical and strategic skills to ensure outcomes are safe, simple and connected for users.
Culture and Benefits The Department of Transport is committed to building a culture where flexible work arrangements are a focus to support different ways of working. How to Apply Applications should include a resume and covering letter. Applications close at 11:59pm on 26th January 2021 Preferred applicants may be subject to pre-employment checks. Information provided to the Department of Transport will be treated in the strictest confidence.