Lead a team to review facts of the business to identify and deliver business improvements and fit for purpose options for a new system.
- 12 months Temporary Full-Time opportunity role located across the state by negotiation
- Generous remuneration package for the successful applicant starting at $110,745
- Autonomous role for an experienced leader in regulation and compliance and enforcement activities
You will have the opportunity to work within Local Land Services as a Senior Business Analysis to ensure successful coordination and planning of the system acceptance testing and communicating ideas and solutions to identified risks.
To be successful in this role you will be an experienced business analyst with experience in liaising and negotiating with stakeholders and staff from all levels. You will have a continuous improvement approach to your work and will use this in order to streamline processes and information flow through business units and systems.
To be successful in this role, our ideal candidate would have previously worked on capturing the requirements for the following:
- Aboriginal cultural heritage requirements
- Communication and marketing requirements
- Reporting requirements
- Information Management
The successful applicant will also possess good research skills and capacity to undertake strategic analysis and providing technical advice. Your strong computer literacy skills and experience in the use of spreadsheets and databases will be an advantage in this role. It is also desirable that applicants have a good working knowledge of IRIS and the business procedures around IRIS and grant management.
About Local Land Services
Local Land Services (LLS) was established in January 2014 to provide quality, customer focused services to landholders and the community across New South Wales. The organisation brings together the agricultural advice, biosecurity, natural resource management, emergency services and Soil Conservation Service functions previously provided by 28 organisations into a single organisation comprising around 950 staff with a budget of approximately $225 million.
Our team is there when it matters, on the ground helping landholders with knowledge, networks and local experience.
Applying for the role:
In order to apply for the role please include a copy of your most recent resume and also a brief one-page cover letter outlining your skills and experience and how they relate to this role.
Flexible working is part of life at Department of Regional NSW. Wherever you work within the cluster, there are options available to help you have a better work life balance.
By being flexible with our people and the way we work, we’ll be building a happier, more diverse and inclusive work culture.
Applications close on: Thursday 18 June 2020 at 11.55 PM AEST
A talent pool may be created from this recruitment action for ongoing and temporary roles of the same standard that may become available for filling over the next eighteen months. The successful applicant in this role will be required to undergo a police check, health assessment and other assessments as required.
Our commitment to flexible working:
The Department of Regional NSW is committed to ensuring the sector reflects the NSW community it serves. We support an inclusive workplace where staff have access to opportunities and resources at all levels, enabling our team members to drive innovation, productivity, and delivery of high-quality services. We are open to discussing flexible working arrangements and encourage our people to explore new ways of working - including part-time, job-share or working from different locations. Everyone can ask about it.
Our commitment to Diversity:
The Regional NSW Cluster strives to be an inclusive workplace for all people. We recognise that we operate in a diverse community and welcome and encourage applications from all ages and genders, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, culturally and linguistically diverse groups, the LGBTIQ+ community, veterans, refugees and people with disability.