In this role you will work with a passionate team of experts to support the project management and delivery of ecological restoration projects within the NSW Sustainable Diversion Limit Adjustment Mechanism (SDLAM) Program.
There are two Project Officer opportunities preferably based in Broken Hill or Buronga. In this role you will undertake project management and support activities to contribute to the development and delivery of a range of outcomes relating to the Locks 8 and 9 and Menindee Lakes Sustainable Diversion Limit Adjustments Mechanism (SDLAM) Projects. You will build and maintain strong relationships with key community groups and stakeholders to ensure a collaborative and informed approach towards achieving project outcomes.
You will provide a range of project management and support services for the team including:
- the preparation of reports and briefs
- coordinating resources
- maintaining project documentation
- implementing and monitoring project plans
This will ensure the project outcomes are achieved on time, on budget, to quality standards and within agreed scope. A large part of the role involves consultation with community groups, inter-agency staff and landholders – managing stakeholder expectations and building those relationships is an important part of the position.
About Our Team
As part of the Murray-Darling Basin Plan, the Sustainable Diversion Limit Adjustment Mechanism Program is developing supply and efficiency measure projects to help recover water for the environment and productive use. The Murray-Darling Basin Plan sets sustainable diversion limits (SDL), which states how much water can be used in the Murray-Darling Basin, while leaving enough water for the environment. The limits aim to ensure that there is sufficient water to maintain the environmental health of the Murray-Darling Basin, by limiting the amount of water that can be extracted from the Basin, while considering the social and economic impacts of water recovery.
Provide a copy of your resume and complete the application form. To review the role description, click here. For more information about the opportunity contact Kate McWhinney on 0417 081 351. Applications Close 15 November 2020 at 11:55pm
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A Recruitment Pool may be established for future roles with similar focus capabilities. The Recruitment Pool may be available to hiring managers from Planning and Environment Cluster and other NSW Public Sector agencies over an 18-month period.
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