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POSTED 19th Nov, 2018 REF NO. BBBH8142
APS6 Regulatory Officer - Environmental
Our client is a Government statutory authority that focuses on reducing our environmental impact and looking at creating innovative energy solutions. They offer challenging and rewarding work that genuinely makes a difference to the environment.
If you are committed to helping reduce our carbon footprint and environmental this is a great opportunity for you to do something. This role will see you working within a team that administers 2 topical environmental impact commitments. The successful candidate will be offered a long-term 12 month contract and make a positive contribution to Australia’s efforts in minimising the impact of climate change.
Working in a small but effective team, you will look at regulation of two work elements. Undertaking assessments in accordance with agreed risk frameworks, you will assist in ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements. Further duties will include:-
- provide advice on scheme participant compliance and prepare reports on regulatory issues within specialist areas
- Liaise, negotiate with and educate internal and external stakeholders and clients to improve scheme understanding, including compliance with scheme obligations.
- Identify, and where appropriate, lead opportunities for improvement and use team and organisational capabilities to deliver positive work outcomes.
- Engage with internal and external stakeholders to build productive working relationships.
- Provide support and assist management in strategic planning, program and project management and/or policy development for the section/branch.
You will have tertiary qualifications relevant to environmental science, law or engineering coupled with an environmental policy and regulation background. Required skills and experience will include:-
- Demonstrated compliance, risk management and policy experience, preferably in an APS context
- Excellent communication skills and the ability to interpret and disseminate legislation and complex reports
- Investigation and analysis skills
- Ability to work on tasks with limited direction
- Capacity to work both autonomously and within a team
- Excellent organisation and time management
- Australian citizenship and ability to pass a police check and baseline clearance is essential
- A baseline clearance would be highly advantageous due to the desired start date but is not mandatory
An hourly rate of $55 – $70 per hour + 9.5% superannuation (depending on experience) will be offered to the successful candidate. *Please note, this hourly rate includes casual loading in lieu of annual and sick leave.
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Sarah Tamasi on (02) 6108 4878 quoting Ref No. 8142