Senior Project Officer/Environmental Planner
Senior Project Officer (Environmental Planning)NSW Telco AuthoritySydney CBDGrade 9/10 ? base salary from $110,74512 months fixed term employee or development opportunity - chance of extensionThe NSW Telco Authority promotes flexibility and we welcome applicants who are looking for part time, job share and other flexible arrangements.About NSW Telco Authority
NSW Telco Authority is working with government agencies, and other partners to design and build the next generation of critical and non-critical operational communications services for NSW Government agencies, to better enable them to service and protect NSW communities.This includes the Critical Communications Enhancement Program (CCEP), with an investment of $320 million by NSW Government, across four years to build an enhanced government radio network, a key role in the development of a national Public Safety Mobile Broadband (PSMB) capability, and the Regional Digital Connectivity and NSW Mobile Black Spot program amongst others.Culture is key to the success of the Authority?s fast-moving environment, where partners and stakeholders operate to a ?one team? charter, based on the Authority?s values of Service, Transparency, Accountability, Integrity, Respect and Safety.The NSW Telco Authority operates as a standalone Statutory Authority within the Department of Customer Service.For more information on NSW Telco Authority https:
//www.Telco.Nsw.Gov.Au/About the RoleAt NSW Telco Authority we are currently looking for a Senior Project Officer (Environmental Planning) to join our team. In your new role you will deliver environmental planning assessments and site environmental management plans for projects to support the achievement of organisational objectives.Key accountabilities will include:
Review and endorse environmental planning assessments, in particular Review of Environmental FactorsLiaise internally between property/design/planning to deliver emergency radiocommunications sites and provide planning adviceLiaise with consultants for preparation of specialist assessments and effectively review and endorse specialist reportsDevelop and implement an environmental governance framework (for example templates, policies and guidelines)Identify and address issues related to all aspects of environmental planning, including risk, compliance and quality measuresMaintain stakeholder relationships through effective communication to support project development and to ensure project deliverables are metEnsure the legal framework for environmental planning activities is applied in accordance with NSW and Commonwealth legislationConduct on-site inspections to assist in preparation of environmental impact assessments and monitor the environmental performance of contractors
About youTo be successful in this role you will have:
Specialist knowledge and experience in environmental planning for communications facilities (desired)Degree in environmental science or management, engineering, planning or other relevant discipline
Knowledge of relevant environmental assessment and planning legislation and its practical application
Proven experience in environmental management at construction sites
Experience in GIS mapping/bush fire management/ecological assessment is beneficial
Strong communication skills and can build effective working relationships with stakeholders at all levels.
To be self-motivated and work well under pressure in a dynamic and changing environmentWillingness to travel (if required)
Working at DCSThe Department of Customer Service (DCS) is a great place to work! Our values of accountability, trust, service and integrity drive our initiatives and culture. We support innovative programs in areas as broad as digital government, consumer protection and major public works. We are an inclusive organisation that celebrates diversity and flexible work practices and believe our people are our greatest asset.Our benefits include:
Our flexible working policyDiscounted Gym Memberships and Employee Assistance ProgramsAnnual Leave Loading, development opportunities, training and much more!
Salary Grade 9/10, with the base salary for this role ranging from $110,745 to $122,038.
Applications close Thursday 22nd October, 2020 at 9:
59amTelco Authority is committed to increasing representation of Aboriginal people across our workforce including assistance throughout the recruitment process via our recruitment partner, Yarn?n Aboriginal Employment Services. Contact Yarn?n, (02) 9319 4000, for information and assistance.The Department of Customer Service is committed to creating an inclusive environment and proud to be an EEO employer. We strongly encourage applications from all backgrounds. We are an inclusive workplace who provide reasonable adjustments to make sure we create a safe culture for all our employees. If you require reasonable adjustment in the assessment process please contact firstname.lastname@example.org