Location: Melbourne | CBD
Job type: Full time / Up to 3 years
Organisation: North East Link Project
Salary: $87,640 – $99,438
Occupation: Regulatory Governance and Compliance
The North East Link Project will deliver the missing link in Melbourne’s road network that will finally complete the Metropolitan Ring Road by connecting the M80 to the Eastern Freeway to improve outer north-south links for road freight movement and improve travel time and reliability.
About North East Link
The North East Link Project (NELP) is a $15.8bn infrastructure project that will connect the missing link in Melbourne’s freeway network, whilst increasing the capacity of the Eastern Freeway. It will slash travel times, get trucks off local roads and link key growth areas in the north and south-east whilst creating thousands of new jobs. With completion due in 2027, things are ramping up fast!
Our values are Challenge, Collaborate and Achieve. We are a people centric organisation with a start-up feel, pushing the boundaries of best practice in Government, Project Management and Civil Engineering to create great infrastructure for Victoria.
About the opportunity
Reporting to the Manager, Governance, the Reporting Advisor will be responsible for the preparation of clear and concise corporate reporting for the Project, including maintaining requirements for a register of reporting products across NELP, a calendar of corporate reporting and Project Management Framework reporting and governance.
Interfacing and liaising with key internal and external stakeholders, including recommendations by interpreting and analysing data to management committees and senior management, the successful candidate will have strong knowledge of public administration processes and reporting with strong competency in all Microsoft Office programs. Furthermore, they are excited by the opportunity to utilise their corporate reporting experience and knowledge of public administration processes in an environment that allows them to take initiative, implement innovative reporting tools and grow within a supportive team.
Collaborative with a natural affinity for developing effective working relationships at all levels.
Proven in distilling complex and voluminous information into clear, concise reports.
Highly competent in all MS Office programs, desk top publishing and have excellent attention to detail.
Capable of developing processes to ensure reporting and associated documentation is developed and distributed in a timely manner to a high standard of quality.
Culture & Benefits
We are committed to creating a workplace that inspires you, engages you and grows you – we want you to be a powerful contributor to our inclusive, diverse, and dynamic organisation.
Our offering continues to grow but here is what we already have in store for you:
Established Wellbeing program
Flexible working: Ongoing commitment to flexible work arrangements, along with a financial allowance to support our current remote working
17.5% Leave loading (including ability to purchase additional leave)
Generous parental leave entitlements for both primary and secondary carers
How to apply
To apply please submit a cover letter and CV via this website. There is no need to provide additional information regarding key selection criteria. Please note this position is likely to begin in a work from home capacity. All interviews will be conducted remotely.
For a confidential discussion contact Caitlin Carman, People & Culture Advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications close at 11:59pm on 3 March 2021.