The Scheduling Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and assisting in supervising a team who are responsible for scheduling audits and inspections of regulated plumbing work for the Victorian Building Authority. The Scheduling Coordinator provides support and advice across the plumbing scheduling unit, ensures business outcomes are delivered, liaises with internal and external stakeholders and provides support to the Team Leader and Manager.
Key Selection Criteria
To be successful in this position, you will need to demonstrate:
- Demonstrated experience providing high level administration support and developing teams to achieve outputs to a high standard of competency.
- Excellent written and communication skills, including the ability to prepare clear, concise and accurate written documents, reports and correspondence.
- Demonstrated conceptual and analytical ability, making rational and sound decisions to solve problems based on the consideration of facts and alternatives.
- Strong organisational skills, with a demonstrated ability to work under pressure, prioritise, multi-task and deliver in a deadline driven environment.
- Ability to work collaboratively in a team to achieve goals, outputs and agreed deliverables.
- High-level computing skills, including experience with MS Office suite, system and databases design and enhancements.
- Experience in working within a legislative or regulatory environment and/or in a relevant industry profession and understanding of the workings of Government administrative processes are highly desirable.
Why work for the VBA?
Work for the Victorian Building Authority (VBA) and you will join a values-based organisation who invests in employees. We value: Future Focus, Achieving Together, Inspiring Excellence, Respecting Individuals and Ensuring Trust.
Benefits of working for the VBA include:
- Flexible working arrangements
- Employee health and wellbeing initiatives
- Amazing workplace in our award winning, heritage listed,5-Star Green Star Docklands office
- Employee learning and development opportunities
To find out more about why it's great to work for the VBA, visit 'Careers' at www.vba.vic.gov.au
Salary package 3.1 the range of $63,629-$70,445 per annum pro rated (plus 9.5% super), will be negotiated with the successful candidate, depending on skills and experience.
For full job details and to apply, click 'Apply Now' below.
The VBA job application process requires you to:
- Upload your current resume, proof of your right to work in Australia (citizenship or residency document or Australia working visa) and any qualifications relevant to the role.
- Complete the questionnaire provided after you click ‘Next’ at the bottom of the application page
- Candidates are not required to address all selection criteria, only those listed in the questionnaire.
- Only electronic applications submitted via careers.vic.gov.au will be accepted
- Standard recruitment practice applies, which may include interviewing, skills/competency testing, reference checking and/or other selection processes.
Applications due by midnight on Sunday 26 March 2017.
No agencies please.