Job Details
  • Reference369197A_1612848474
  • LocationParramatta
  • SalaryAU$60 - AU$64 per hour + + Super
  • Job TypeContract
  • Posted25 days ago
  • ConsultantLinda Murphy

Position title: Snr Project/Planning Co-ordinator - Special Activation Precincts
Contract Estimation Duration: Immediate Start - to 09/06/21 (W possibility of extension(s))
Company Type / Size: Government
Location: Parramatta/WFH
Salary / Rate: $60 - $64/hr excl. super (No OT): 32 (4 days per week)
Purpose of this position:

Snr Project/Planning Co-ordinator, (Special Activation Precincts), is responsible for the planning and delivery of high quality, effective and timely information and events that meets the objectives of each of the internal teams and is balanced with the needs of the community and program outcomes.

Snr Project/Planning Co-ordinator, (Special Activation Precincts), will provide advice and support to the Program Director, including day to day liaison with key internal and external stakeholders on a broad range of community and communication issues. There will also be a strong focus on relationship and issues management with internal stakeholders, councils and government agencies to plan, deliver and participate in external activities that supports the master planning process.

General Requirements:

  • Provide expert advice on a range of issues to the Program Director, the internal team and external stakeholders who are partners in the program.
  • Maintain positive relationships with internal and external stakeholders, which contributes to the positive reputation of the client and support team.
  • Manage projects, identify issues and resolve problems.
  • Identify, analyse and recommend opportunities to improve stakeholder relationships, including innovative options, solutions and practices to support the program externally.
  • Provide support to the internal project team on external facing strategies.
  • Ensure positioning and narrative is aligned with the program vision and objectives.
  • Manage the production of external facing materials and flow of information based on program milestones.
  • Contribute to the development and maintenance of systems and ongoing improvements to increase team efficiency and effectiveness.

    Key challenges
  • Anticipating issues and recommending mitigating strategies that compliments program objectives and milestones.
  • Translating complex technical information into easy to read plain English materials.
  • Deliver competing tasks in a high pressure, challenging and dynamic environment and manage the different and competing interests of various internal and external stakeholders and community expectations to maintain the integrity of the SAP program.


    Technical Scope:
  • Demonstrated knowledge of relevant urban and regional planning disciplines
  • High level experience in stakeholder engagement, negotiation and project management
    Education:
  • Degree in communications or other relevant discipline
  • Willingness to travel and (minimum) Class C Driver's Licence


    If you are interested in this or similar positions, apply through the link required or send your cv direct and in confidence to Linda.Murphy@chandlermacleod.com