Australia nationals: Program Leader (Water and Infrastructure Corridors)

Government of South Australia

Adelaide, SA, AU

Job Description:
The Program Leader, Water and Infrastructure Corridors is responsible for the effective management and delivery of the Water and Infrastructure Corridors Initiative. This involves working across the Agency and with other state government agencies and stakeholders to ensure the energy, mining, water and infrastructure sectors are linked, and water access and productivity constraints to growth are addressed. The Program Leader, Water and Infrastructure Corridors is responsible for governance, planning, monitoring and reporting against program outcomes, and providing leadership and guidance to stakeholders, partner agencies and authorities. The role forecasts, administers, monitors and reports on the program and has a central role in mitigating risks, ensuring appropriate linkages with regional initiatives and providing advice and recommendations on a range of issues including contract and stakeholder management.

Special Conditions: 

  • May require some intra/interstate travel
  • Some out of hours may be required
  • Relevant Program or Project Management qualifications or the equivalent extensive experience is highly desirable

Remuneration: ASO7 – $101, 859 – $110,107

Enquiries to: Glen Shimmin – Program Leader, Projects 

Email: [email protected], ph: 8463 3887

Application Instructions:To apply please submit a CV and letter of application (max 3 pages) addressing the technical, professional and qualifications outlined in the Role Description. 

Applications close: 03/05/2021 11:00 PM

– Pre Employment Declaration.pdf
– RD – ASO7 Program Leader, Water and Infrastructure Corridors.pdf

Flexibility Statement
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.




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