NSW Department Communities & Justice
Corrective Services Industries
Fleet Compliance Manager Grade 7/8 CSI Logistics Services, John Morony Correctional Centre, Windsor
- Attractive Remuneration Package
- Ongoing Full Time Role
- Grow your career within a stable environment with career progression internally.
CSI Logistics operates an effective heavy vehicle fleet and transport supply chain to support Corrective Services Industries (CSI). CSI is a Government Business Enterprise with over 100 business units spread out across 40 correctional centres across the state. CSI operates within Corrective Services NSW, which is a part of the Communities and Justice. CSI is a hands-on organisation achieving major commercial and social outcomes.
CSI Logistics services our clients internal needs within government and private industry to provide an efficient supply chain network for our manufacturing, assembly, food, textiles, printing and other service solutions. Offenders participate in work programs within a suite of offender programs and services which form an integrated program framework.
Offender work programs aim to provide a work readiness capability for inmates to enhance their opportunity to gain and retain employment upon release. In addition the work programs have an important role in enabling inmates to provide reparation to the community.
- The Fleet Compliance Manager will ensure CSI Logistical operations adhere to and are compliant of HVNL Heavy Vehicle National Law, Road Transport Laws and all relevant legislation governing our fleet.
- The role will have a strong and productive relationship with all relevant Government agencies and our 3PL Third Party Logistics partners on behalf of our business.
- Have ownership of key reporting requirements in line HVNL and all legislative requirements to support state wide operations.
- The role will be the maintain knowledge of changing legislation to maintain continuous improvement within our business.
- Enjoy a dynamic role with hands on approach to new systems, development as well as auditing systems and decision making.
The Fleet Compliance Manager will monitor, maintain, manage ongoing reporting upon all CSI fleet management safety systems to ensure compliance to all relevant legislation, government policy, procedures and guidelines.
- Develop and maintain a range of collaborative networks across Justice and external agencies including the provision of strategic advice to the Operations Manager Logistics on compliance, safety and service.
- The role will work collaboratively with other government agencies, consultants, contractors, 3PLs, staff, drivers and other key stakeholders to improve efficiencies, promote safety, service delivery and compliance within our Logistics business.
The role will be based in CSIs Berkshire Park office in Sydney.
- Experienced professional with Tertiary qualifications aligned to fleet and business management with a record of success in fleet ;
- Minimum of 5 years experience managing fleet and compliance systems framework inclusive of heavy vehicles;
- Sound Knowledge of HVNL - Heavy Vehicle National Law, CoR Chain of Responsibility, Road Transport Laws and related legislation to develop and deliver fleet compliance outcomes;
- Demonstrated ability to develop , manage and maintain effective networks of both internal and external stakeholders to improve systems;
- Proven experience to monitor, review and report on all fleet compliance systems at a high level in an accurate and timely manner;
- Applicant must hold a current NSW Drivers License and a preparedness to drive a vehicle in the course of performing the role.
Commitment to Diversity:
Our client has a strong focus on Diversity; we encourage and promote diversity and inclusion, and welcome applications from all backgrounds regardless of gender, age, disability and ethnicity including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
How to Apply:
1. Answer the two pre-screening questions below;
2. Click Apply to submit your resume and cover letter via IWORKFORNSW.
Applications for this role close at 11:59PM on 1st December 2019.
A talent pool may be created for future ongoing and temporary roles and is valid for a period of up to 18 months.
The Department of Communities & Justice is committed to building a workplace that values and supports diversity and inclusion. We actively promote the employment of women, people with a disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, LGBTI and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
The Department encourages applications from people with disability and will provide reasonable adjustments in our recruitment process and in the workplace. If you need an adjustment in the recruitment process, please call or email the contact person listed below, and also advise us of your preferred method of communication.