Published Vacancy - Coordinator Community Engagement Major Projects...
Coordinator Community Engagement Major Projects
The Coordinator Community Engagement Major Projects will provide community engagement and communications leadership for the delivery of major projects on the River Murray, primarily the Riverine Recovery Project (RRP) and the South Australian Riverland Floodplains Integrated Infrastructure Program (SARFIIP).
The role will work closely with regional Natural Resources SAMDB staff and the Major Projects Branch to ensure that the community are appropriately engaged in project delivery and that project activities, opportunities and outcomes are effectively communicated both internally and externally. The development, implementation, monitoring, evaluation, review and reporting of various levels of communications and engagement plans and strategies is a key aspect of the role.
This is a temporary / term vacancy up to 29/6/2018. A current National Police Certificate is essential. Will be required to participate in fire management and associated duties (P&R Group). A current driver's licence and willingness to drive is essential. Some intra/interstate travel involving overnight absences may be required.
Please include your CV and application letter (3 pages) addressing Core Competency Elements and where applicable, Technical, Professional/Knowledge and Experience as per the Role Description (refer to applicant guidelines). Please complete a pre-employment declaration form if not currently employed by the Public Sector.
Who is eligible to apply
External Vacancy - Open to Everyone
Special classification level
$87,384.00 - $92,743.00
Special classification minimum payment
Special classification maximum payment
Environment, Water and Natural Resources
SA Murray-Darling Basin Region
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Public Sector Act
Agreement: South Australian Public Sector Wages Parity Enterprise Agreement: Salaried 2014
The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role.
Created at 11/08/2017 5:51 AM by System Account
Last modified at 25/08/2017 12:05 AM by Jen Chuah