ICT Project Support Officer
Peoplebank are looking to engage an ICT Project Officer to work on a long-term contract through to 30th June 2018.
In this role of IT Project Officer / Project Co-ordinator / Project Leader you will work closely with a Project Manager and indeed may manage some elements of larger projects.
You will therefore have excellent knowledge and experience of the full lifecycle of IT Project Management (ideally software / applications projects and programs)
Please note, due to the work involved, you must be an Australian Citizen and be eligible for baseline (or higher) security clearance
- Manage, deliver and monitor projects that may have an organisation-wide impact
- Develop, manage and implement project plans and schedules in accordance with the department's project management framework and consider project interdependencies
- Collaborate with staff in immediate work area and with internal and external stakeholders
- Contribute to project design, governance arrangements and operational integration
- Ensure project deliverables and milestones are met on time and within budget
- Coordinate strategic planning for longer term project initiatives
- Lead and manage staff and manage performance, attendance and health and wellbeing
- Develop staff capability through coaching, mentoring and succession planning
- Provide expert advice and feedback to stakeholders and the department's executive
- Research, review and evaluate projects in specific operational or technical areas
- Report on project outputs to stakeholders, and oversee regular project reporting including status updates and exception reports
- Prepare and review written material including business cases, plans, reports and executive briefs and corporate documentation
- Undertake budget management, monitor expenditure and oversee procurement and contract management
- Identify, assess, manage, escalate, report and monitor project risks, issues and benefits, including developing treatment strategies
How to Apply?
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Contact Name: Matthew Chatterton
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