Iconic multi-billion dollar linear infrastructure project Sydney Gateway, Implement & Manage Project Controls & Project Schedule for programs of work, Be an influencer and futureproof Sydneys road network.
- Manage Project Controls and Project Schedule for multi-billion dollar infrastructure programs of work
- Be an influencer and futureproof Sydneys road network
- Fixed term to June 2024
With NSWs population anticipated to grow to 12 million people over the next 40 years, we are in the process of delivering a once in a lifetime $55.6bn investment to realise our vision of building a future-ready transport system. Sydney Gateway (SGW) Project is key to this vision and will greatly improve the way we travel to Sydney Airport and Port Botany. It will deliver major new toll-free connections from the Sydney motorway network to the International and Domestic terminals and towards the M5, Eastern Distributor and Port Botany. Currently at the delivery readiness phase, SGW will connect the WestConnex Motorway at St Peters Interchange to Sydney Airport and make freight trips to Port Botany easier, safer and faster. Importantly, it will also return local streets to the Mascot community by providing a new route for around 10,000 trucks a day reducing travel times and congestion.
We are looking for a passionate Project Control / Senior Scheduler to join a high-performing and diverse commercial team within Infrastructure and Place, TfNSW. This is a $2.4Bn flagship infrastructure project being rolled out across Sydney, reporting to the Commercial Lead, you will be working in our dynamic and fast paced environment and interfacing with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders including Transport for NSW, Premier and Cabinet offices, NSW Treasury, consultants, contractors and investors.
This is a career defining opportunity to develop and deliver a historic infrastructure project, you will be responsible for managing, maintaining, updating and reporting on the project schedule. You will work closely with the Delivery Contractor, specialist advisors and project team members to enable consistent and effective delivery of the project, ensuring that Delivery Contractors program outputs and Project program outputs are integrated. You will be required to oversee and advise on other project controls elements including cost and risk management including the planning, design, implementation and management of the schedule and cost risk management function on the project. The role provides a high level of professional guidance to all aspects of the scope of works of the organisation with regards to the identification, escalation and mitigation of risk, and drives an integrated approach to risk management, ensuring that risk management principles are embedded across the organisation and are compliant with relevant statutory requirements.
Importantly, you will have prior constructability knowledge and have the ability to assess project controls with a holistic view, complemented with the skills in understanding the true meaning of what is really behind the data so that appropriate reports, dashboards and analytics can be implemented. Empowered in designing the project master schedule and identifying key milestones, you will be required to obtain crucial project info from a variety of leads and senior service partners. As such you will not shy away from having to chase specific deliverables whilst managing service providers and potentially challenging their proposed planning and reports when needed. You will be passionate about setting a robust plan for a project from both a time, cost and risk perspective, including utilising your scheduling skills as a foundation to develop and challenge project cashflows. You will be an influential relationship manager, skilled in building an effective internal and external communication network to enable changes affecting the program of works to be recognised and appropriate action taken to minimise impact. You will have a demonstrated understanding of the breadth and subtleties of TfNSWs business activities, environment and policies, programs and services to enhance identifying, understanding and managing the various aspects of the project.
Its no secret that you will encounter challenges in this role. The stakes are high and the pressure is on as we deal with budget and time constraints, interface issues and public scrutiny. We are looking for people who thrive under pressure and are energised by the challenges presented in our complex and ever-changing work environment. Prior experience with D&C project is essential, and exposure to Government processes will be highly regarded. In this role, you will be a trusted advisor working on valuable and meaningful projects with the support and backing of your industry-leading expert team and engaged individuals from diverse backgrounds.
- Relevant tertiary qualification or equivalent experience
- Minimum of 10 years experience in the management of programs for large infrastructure construction projects
- Proven ability to work collaboratively with both Client and Contractor to influence decision making
- Knowledge of scheduling techniques including delay analysis
- Proficient with Primavera P6 software
- Knowledge of project cost and risk management
At Transport, were passionate about making NSW a better place to live, work and visit. Our vision is to give everyone the freedom to choose how and when they get around, no matter where they live. Right now, were delivering a $55.6bn program the largest Australia has ever seen to keep people and goods moving, connect communities and shape the future of our cities, centres and regions. At Transport, were also committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible workforce, which reflects the community and the customers we serve.
Our organisation Transport for NSW is comprised of nine integrated divisions that focus on achieving community outcomes for the greater good and on putting our customers at the centre and our people at the heart of everything we do.
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.
Employment is full time fixed term up to June 2024. This is a TSSM level role offering a package of $172K-$192K subject to the successful applicants credentials.
When you join Transport for NSW, you become part of a forward-thinking organisation that offers generous working conditions, flexible working options and a real commitment to developing your skills.
How to apply
To apply for this position, please submit an updated resume.
Applications close: 11:59pm, Sunday 5 July 2020
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