Iconic multi-billion dollar linear infrastructure project, Be part of Sydneys latest iconic infrastructure projects, The Western Harbour Tunnel and Beaches Link program.
- Manage & coordinate the risk management function from the start
- Be part of Sydneys latest iconic infrastructure projects
- Full time fixed term up to Nov 2024
About the Projects
The Western Harbour Tunnel and Beaches Link program is a major transport infrastructure program that will make it easier, faster and safer to get around Sydney. As Sydney continues to grow, faster and more reliable trips are essential to reducing congestion and providing new levels of access to jobs, recreation, and services such as schools and hospitals.
The Western Harbour Tunnel (WHT) is a major transport infrastructure project that will make it easier, faster and safer to get around Sydney. The project will integrate with public transport, improve travel times and boost reliability for cross harbour trips and the broader network. This new western bypass of the CBD includes over 6.5km of twin tunnels from the Rozelle Interchange, under Sydney Harbour and to the Warringah Freeway. The majority of the project will be deep underground in tunnels, greatly reducing surface impacts to private property, communities and the environment.
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. 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.
These historic projects will change the way people move around Sydney and shape the future of the citys transport network.
Reporting to the respective Commercial Lead, you will work closely with the projects leadership team and our delivery partners to provide 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.
This is an opportuity to build fundamental risk awareness culture and establish a comprehensive risk register right from the commencement of the project. As such, you will manage and coordinate the risk management function for the project, ensuring that all elements of risk to the project are identified, analysed and reported, and ensuring solutions & mitigations are developed and implemented. Overall, you will be responsible to drive an integrated approach to risk management, ensuring that risk management principles are embedded across the organisation and are compliant with relevant statutory requirements.
You have a background in working on multi-hundreds of million/billion dollar linear infrastructure projects. Your ability to work with numbers and creating reports will be second to none, importantly you will have strong quantitative risk analysis/forecasting and cost breakdown/forecasting skills. You might possibly be a senior project engineer wanting to move across to more commercial activities or have high level contract or commercial administration experience looking for the next step. Collaborative in nature, you will have excellent communication skills with the ability to interact with senior executives.
As WFU and WHT projects will be delivered in an environment of intense scrutiny from the public and media, your interpersonal and influencing skills will support you in negotiating successful outcomes. You are not afraid to deal with constantly competing priorities whilst managing these to enable completion of projects. In this dynamic role, you will enjoy being challenged by the complexity and variety of our projects and take pride in your ability to find solutions where others only see problems.
To be successful in this role you will have:
- a strong track record of achievement in the application of risk management to major infrastructure projects and project delivery
- Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline
- a strong depth experience in the risk management of major projects
- outstanding presentation and communication skills, with the ability to interact confidently with all levels of management to implement effective operational improvements
- an advanced knowledge of ISO 31000 and risk management fundamentals, including frameworks, processes, systems and tools
- preferably an advanced capability in Quantitative Risk Assessments using specialist risk analysis software packages including @Risk.
Want to know more
Please click on the link to view a copy of the position description. Click on the hyperlink to visit the overall Western Harbour Tunnel and Beaches Link (WHTBL) project webpage and the relevant guide to the EIS can be downloaded by clicking here.
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.
Employment is full time fixed term up to Nov 2024. This is a TSSM level role offering a package of $172K-$192K and to be negotiated further 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, 1 July 2020
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