Senior Stakeholder Relations and Communications Advisers
Our huge program of works that keeps you motivated and challenged, Continual learning formal training to mentorships to coffee roulette!, Survey says! Employees proud to work for LXRP.
About the roles
As part of a dynamic and results-driven team you will be responsible for managing stakeholder relationships and communications within the local community, engaging with people from all backgrounds and industries. We have two opportunities based at Footscray and Richmond and on any given day you might find yourself getting involved in early consultations with members of the community or proactively identifying issues impacting the project and its community and seeking positive resolutions. In engaging our communities and working together with our construction project teams, you will ensure our communications are effective, accessible and above all deliver our purpose accurately.
You might have experience in driving key communications within a project or business, or from a similar fast paced and complex environment. This might involve written, verbal or online/chat communications with members of the public. We'd love applications from people who have:
People skills … it's important you have the ability to interact with stakeholders and members of the public, and resolve escalated issues and complaints
The ability to tailor your communication style to suit a wide range of audiences - both written and verbal
Solutions focused and comfortable dealing with ambiguity - we operate in the grey area a lot, and need someone that's okay with that
You will have a strong sense of purpose in helping the project deliver on transforming the way Victorians live, work and travel.
At LXRP, we're not just removing level crossings, we are removing barriers and creating legacies for our communities for years to come. Inclusion is a priority for us and we are committed to creating an employee community that reflects those in which we work.
We value our role as leaders to actively increase female representation in the transport sector through practical support, professional development and exposure to career opportunities.
We are proud leaders and participants of internship programs that provide opportunities to people who identify as LGBTIQ, people living with a disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, refugees or asylum seekers or people from low socioeconomic backgrounds.
We offer and encourage flexible work practices and purchased leave arrangements for all of our employees to support wellbeing, family or carer commitments or other personal circumstances.
We place great importance on growth, empowering our people to enhance their knowledge, capability and experience through continual learning, formal training and lessons learned.
Health, safety and wellbeing are at the heart of what we do. We focus on the physical, mental and emotional wellbeing of our people to create a safe and healthy workplace for everyone, every day, everywhere.
If we've sparked your interest, introduce yourself by submitting a cover letter and CV via the ‘apply now' link. Tell us why you're interested and what capability you bring. That's enough, we do not need you to provide key selection criteria.
Please note that candidates may undergo pre-employment screening as part of the recruitment process. You can read more on that here.
26/04/2021$0Melbourne1 Marketing & Communications
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