Fixed term to Nov 2024, Lead the delivery of this high profile project, Be an influencer and futureproof NSWs road network.
Lead the delivery of this high profile project
Be an influencer and futureproof NSWs road network
Fixed term to Nov 2024
The Warringah Freeway Upgrade (WFU) is the key piece of network integration for the Western Harbour Tunnel project and will streamline operations for Australias busiest road. The upgrade involves 4km of freeway renovation to integrate the new Western Harbour Tunnel and Beaches Link tunnels (WHTBL) with the existing road network.
Upgrade and reconfiguration works will extend from Milsons Point to Naremburn and will include new bridge and road ramp structures, as well as local surface road upgrades and other ancillary works. Public and active transport will also be improved with a free-flowing continuous bus lane and new and upgraded cycleway and pedestrian connections.
These works will optimise traffic flow across the three crossings and reduce traffic weaving, making the Warringah Freeway easier to navigate and safer for commuters. This historic project will change the way people move around Sydney and shape the future of the citys road network.
This is a career defining opportunity to develop and deliver a historic infrastructure project, the Warringah Freeway Upgrade.
Reporting to the Project Director, you will manage the client-side delivery of the WFU Project, a project forming a part of the WHTBL program. You will be responsible for guiding and monitoring the delivery of the project through various delivery methods, to meet safety, time, cost, quality, scope and to the satisfaction of the NSW Government, key stakeholders and community.
The Warringah Freeway Upgrade will be delivered in an environment of intense scrutiny from the public and media. Importantly, you will ensure projects are delivered to best practice project, contract and asset management standards, in compliance with environmental approvals, on a commercially sound basis and to the satisfaction of the key stakeholders and the community. As such, you will manage the resolution of complex project issues and problems related to the project to preserve client side objectives.
To be successful in this role you will have:
Appropriate engineering tertiary qualifications with significant large scale brownfield infrastructure delivery experience and knowledge of associated legislation and safety standards
Strong project management experience, with a proven record of on time and on budget project delivery of large scale infrastructure projects
Proven leadership, project planning and management expertise with a record of achievement in major infrastructure or transport fields
Experience working within or a firm understanding of, a matrix management structure where support services are embedded within program office delivery teams.
Want to know more
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Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is committed to delivering better transport for the future of NSW, shaping our cities, centres and communities for generations to come. TfNSW is currently delivering the largest transport infrastructure program Australia has ever seen - $55.6 billion of investment over the next four years for game changing projects.
The Infrastructure & Place division of TfNSW is responsible for planning, developing and delivering transport infrastructure that capitalises on commercial opportunities to help develop liveable, vibrant places for the community.
Our Commitment to Diversity
Great people come from all walks of life. At Transport for NSW, we are committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible workforce which reflects the community and the customers we serve.
We welcome and encourage applications from all people regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, cultural background, or sexual orientation.
An attractive remuneration package at TSSE1A level will be negotiated with the successful candidate.
How to apply
To apply for this position, please submit a resume and attach a brief covering letter (no longer than two pages) which addresses:
a) your skills and experience relevant to the role, and
b) your most significant and relevant achievement.
Applications close: Thursday 26 March at 11:59pm
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