Project Officer, Child Employment Amendments

An exciting opportunity exists for an experience project officer to support the establishment and implementation of new regulatory and licensing functions within the Wage Inspectorate. The Project Officer, Child Employment Amendments will undertake key research and reporting tasks to support the delivery the Child Employment Licensing Scheme, as well as the Wage Inspectorate’s regulatory approach to enforcing amended Child Employment Legislation, including the Child Safe Standards.
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Department: Wage Inspectorate Victoria
Work Type: Fixed term - full time
Job Function: Projects
Classification: VPSG5
Work Location: Melbourne - CBD
Reference: VG/WIV/OOC/PD/1663855
Closing Date: 30-Sep-2022
Salary Range: $103,920 - $125,735
Job Duration: Fixed term, to 30 June 2023
Attachments: PO Candidate Information Pack.docx (Word, 305KB)
Job Specification

PW Project Officer PD.docx (Word, 180KB)
Key Selection Criteria

Contact: Andrew Edwards
Andrew.edwards@wageinspectorate.vic.gov.au

Position Details

An exciting opportunity exists for an experience project officer to support the establishment and implementation of new regulatory and licensing functions within the Wage Inspectorate.  

 The Project Officer, Child Employment (CE) Amendments will undertake key research and reporting tasks to support the delivery the CE Licensing Scheme, as well as the Wage Inspectorate's regulatory approach to enforcing amended CE Legislation, including the Child Safe Standards.  

 The role will be responsible for liaising with relevant business units to develop new processes and procedures which will support the Wage Inspectorate to achieve its regulatory objectives.  

 To be considered for this position applicants must submit: 

  • a resume 

  • a cover letter which addresses the key selection criteria (within three pages). 

Your applicated is to be submitted online by selecting the ‘Apply Now”' button 

 Applications close 30 September 2022 

Other relevant information: 

Preferred candidates will be required to complete a Pre-employment Declaration and Consent form and submit a valid record of immunisation which identifies that they have been fully vaccinated for COVID-19 or have a medical exception. Employment of successful candidates will be subject to a National Police Check. 

The Wage Inspectorate actively promotes diversity, inclusion and an equal opportunity workplace. We welcome applicants from all diverse backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and people with disabilities. All roles at the Wage Inspectorate can be worked flexibly, however it may differ from role to role. 

 


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