Jobs Board

The Victorian water industry offers employees exceptional challenges, leadership opportunities and the many possibilities to provide liveability services to the Victorian community. Our industry is committed to inspiring and encouraging each other to explore innovation and excel in your field.

Below we have listed a snapshot of current senior opportunities from across the Victorian water sector.
For more details or to apply, please follow the links supplied.

Strategic Lead – Latrobe WGCMA

 

  • A unique and challenging opportunity to contribute to the transformation of a large river system
  • Part Time up to 0.6 FTE Fixed Term until June 2024 (with possible extension in tenure and/or increase in time fraction subject to need and funding)
  • Enjoy a great work life balance with a hybrid working model based in Traralgon or Leongatha

 

About the Role

 

The Latrobe Valley and River system is undergoing a significant transformation. Complex negotiations and decisions related to the rehabilitation of these mines are underway, with considerations to the river system being discussed.

The Strategic Lead - Latrobe will lead the development and coordinate the implementation of strategies for the health of the Latrobe River system, including its floodplains, wetlands and estuary.  The focus of the role will be to lead and coordinate the focussed effort within the West Gippsland Catchment Management Authority, support partners, and proactively engage with stakeholders and the community.

Classification for this position will be 5A - 5M ($107,829 to $145,886 Total Remuneration Package per annum, pro rata).

 

About You

You will be a highly motivated and effective senior operator with extensive and strong networks. You will have significant experience dealing with highly complex challenges, including strategic planning, risk management and negotiating beneficial outcomes.  You will possess highly developed interpersonal skills and a proven ability to develop and maintain effective partnerships. Understanding of waterway (river, estuary and wetland) management and associated natural resource management issues, legislation, policies, plans and processes, and how these relate to the Latrobe River system, is desirable but not essential.

 

Benefits

  • Regular opportunities for professional development to assist you to reach your career goals
  • A culture of continuous improvement
  • Flexible working arrangements, including the ability to work from home
  • A focus on wellbeing initiatives, with regular events and programs including our Employee Assistance Program

 

Application

To apply please send your application to [email protected] by midday Wednesday 7 December 2022. Please note to be shortlisted, applications must address the Key Selection Criteria outlined in the position description.

For more information and a copy of the Position Description, please refer to our website www.wgcma.vic.gov.au/careers

Interested persons are strongly encouraged to refer to the position description or contact: Eleisha Keogh, Manager Water and Waterways Manager, 1300 094 262.

We encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and abilities. Inclusion is essential to our mission and diversity reflects the community we serve. If you need any help with the application process or would like to discuss reasonable adjustments during the recruitment process, please contact Madelyn Brand, OD Lead, 03 5175 7839.

 

We acknowledge and pay our respects to the Traditional Owners of the region, the Gunaikurnai, the Bunurong, the Boonwurrung and the Wurundjeri Peoples and pay respects to Elders, past, present and emerging.

 

Position Description

 

Application closing by midday Wednesday 7 December 2022

Senior Asset Engineer

 

Goulburn Valley Water (GVW) provides quality water and wastewater services to 54 towns in North Central Victoria. Our core purpose is to deliver safe, reliable, and affordable water services to residential, commercial, and industrial customers.

A rewarding position that will see you responsible to oversee and implement asset improvements to optimise the lifecycle of our infrastructure.

Development of asset cost modelling, improvement to asset management practices and benchmarking the health of our assets are some of the activities that you will be doing.

Program and contract management ranks highly in your demonstrated experience and will allow you to be part of a technical multi-disciplinary project team.

Sound analytical, problem solving, and communication skills are a natural strength and will be invaluable in your liaisons with stakeholders across the organisation.

Tertiary qualified, with previous experience in the water industry including strong knowledge of related legislative requirements ensures you are well equipped to succeed in this position.

Don’t miss your opportunity for career progression whilst working on interesting and varying projects in the water industry.

About your new role...
This is a great role for an experienced engineer to take the next step in their career. You will be enthused to get stuck into the varying asset related projects and bring an admirable desire to achieve positive outcomes for the corporation.

Possessing an ability to translate technical information into business needs and justify them is a key strength that will highlight your engineering expertise.

You will have great exposure across the business, working closely with the Asset Project Delivery and Operations teams, and importantly you will be a valued member of the Strategic Asset Management team.

You will be joining a multidisciplinary team who are based at the Shepparton Operations Centre. Here you will enjoy being part of the organisation that houses our operations and technical staff and be benefited from hassle free parking! You will be afforded the ability to work flexibly, in line with GVW’s flexible working policy.

About you...
To be considered for this role you must have demonstrated the following:

  • Degree in Engineering and be eligible to be registered as a Professional Engineer
  • Diploma or above in Project Management is preferred
  • Relevant experience in the design, planning or operation of urban water supply and sewerage systems
  • Established experience in the areas of Project, Asset, Risk and Quality Management
  • Be part of a strong technical multi-disciplinary project teams
  • Strong knowledge of related regulation and legislation requirements
  • Strong organisational, self-management and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, including written and presentation skills
  • Highly capable in liaising with a range of stakeholders, both internal and external
  • Strong OHS commitment and focus
  • Committed to contributing positively to your team and the organisation
  • A current driver’s licence
  • COVID-19 Vaccinated or ExemptionWhere you’ll be working…

Don’t take our word for the amazing liveability/lifestyle benefits of the Greater Shepparton region, see for yourself here

 

What you'll get....
You will have the opportunity to join a diverse and inclusive organisation with strong ties to our regional community.

  • Classification SEO2: $126,008 - $147,849 + super + vehicle (starting point is negotiable dependent upon relevant, qualifications, skills, and experience)
  • A Full-Time position with the opportunity to discuss flexible working options
  • Opportunity to make a difference to the team and wider organisation and contribute to the ongoing liveability and prosperity of the region you live in.
  • Shepparton based - regional lifestyle benefits
  • An organisation committed to OHS and safe working practices and the wellbeing of its staff including flu vaccinations, skin checks and Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Supportive team culture
  • Encouragement and support to pursue professional growth and development opportunities
  • Annual performance reviews that encourage recognise and reward performance
  • Flexible, diverse, and inclusive workplace

For further information on this position, please contact Marc Lon Ho Kee,

Manager - Strategic Asset Management on 0427 335 669

Interested?

Please apply via our online portal, clicking the blue "apply" button below

*Please note, when you click the apply button you will be taken to the online application form. Here you will be asked to provide personal and contact details and respond to employment related questions. You will be required to attach your cover letter, resume, and address key selection criteria when prompted

Goulburn Valley Water is an equal opportunity employer valuing all people, diverse backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives

 

Applications close 5pm Friday 9 December 2022

 

 

Automation Technician

 

About GMW

Goulburn-Murray Water (GMW) is Australia’s largest rural water corporation responsible for storing, managing and delivering water across most of northern Victoria. GMW provides more than 39,000 services to about 25,000 customers in its operating region.

 

About the Role

Based in Tatura, you will join the Electrical and Mechanical Services team located within the Infrastructure Delivery Services Division. This role is primarily responsible for the ongoing maintenance and technical support of all Automated Assets within GMW’s assets infrastructure. These assets include regulators, metering outlets, communication nodes, telemetry networks and their associated equipment.

Key responsibilities of the role include:

  • Operate and maintain automated equipment in accordance to requirement and procedures
  • inspect and identify faults in automated assets, and undertake repairs to damaged equipment
  • Carry out fault finding, scheduled/unscheduled maintenance of automated assets, electronic equipment and instrumentations Provide clear communications and leadership
  • Continuous improvement and development of processes
  • Attend to afterhours breakdowns on a call out roster

Qualifications and skills required:

  • Ability to inspect and identify faults in automated assets, and undertake repairs to damaged equipment.
  • Knowledge of 12/24/48V (ELV) wiring standards.
  • Knowledge of AC / DC electrical theory.
  • Ability to work independently and remotely.
  • Strong Stakeholder management

 

Previous experience or knowledge in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) methodology, Maximo or other work scheduling software products, SCADA will be advantageous. Knowledge of industrial networks and communications systems will be well received.

Benefits of working at GMW:

Our values – we operate with excellence we behave honestly and we demonstrate accountability and courage, by caring for our customers and employees in everything we do.

 

GMW offer flexible working and are always open to discussing your individual needs so that you get to create your own experience with us. You will embark on growth opportunities and can truly make a difference being part of an organisation that respects and considers flexibility while empowering you with stimulating and challenging work.

It is a great time to make the move to regional Victoria for a different lifestyle, career opportunities and challenge.

For more information or to view the position description please visit our website.

Applications close on 4th December, 2022. To apply for this role please complete the GMW application form provided on our careers page and email together with a copy of your current CV to [email protected].

All employees need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and be required to provide evidence of their vaccination status.

 

GMW is an equal opportunity employer supporting diversity and inclusion in the workplace. GMW encourages people with diverse backgrounds, experience and perspectives to apply.

 

Position Description

 

Applications close on 4 December 2022

Climate Change Projects Officer

 

Band 2 - 3 ($53,620 - $89,247 per annum) plus 10.5% superannuation*

East Gippsland Water provides an essential service to the East Gippsland region, offering an idyllic lifestyle location that is close to national parks, lakes, rivers and coastal regions.

We are on a journey to reduce our carbon emissions to net-zero by 2035. If you want to be a part of this journey and help drive innovation and change - this is the role for you.

About the role

We currently have the opportunity for a motivated individual to take on the role of Climate Change Projects Officer. In this new role, the successful candidate will play and an important part in achieving our goal to reduce carbon emissions to net-zero by 2035. The role will also provide support for internal and external reporting including data analysis, collating various regulatory reports and driving reporting efficiency.

We are looking for someone who can work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders to contribute to key projects aimed at improving our energy efficiency, reducing emissions and addressing our climate risks. All of this will lead to more sustainable delivery of our services.

In this role you will have the opportunity put your knowledge of renewable energy, carbon offsets and business resilience projects in to practice, and work innovatively to see meaningful projects come to fruition.

With variety and autonomy, the scope of this role could be adjusted to suit a recent graduate or experienced professional. We are looking for the right person who displays a passion for this work and aligns with our core organisational values, to make a meaningful contribution to the future our organisation.


Apply now!

A copy of the position description providing a full outline of key projects and requirements for the role can be found linked below. Applications should include a resume and cover letter outlining your suitability for the position.

For further information, please visit our website, or contact our HR Team for more information on 03 5150 4444 or at [email protected]

Click APPLY NOW below to submit your application. Applications close on Sunday 4th December 2022

As part of our commitment to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible workplace, East Gippsland Water strongly encourages applications from experienced women and men, people with disabilities, LGBTI, ATSI, culturally and ethnically diverse candidates to best represent and engage with communities in which we live and work.

*We reserve the right to remunerate people according to their ability to perform the functions of the role based on their qualifications, skills and experience.

Shortlisted applicants may be required to undertake a pre-employment medical and a National Police Check.

Position Description

Climate Change Projects Officer

Location

Bairnsdale

Job Category

Strategy & Assets

Work Type

Ongoing

Application Close Date

04/12/2022 23:59:00

Salary

From $53,620.00 To $89,247.00 (Annual Package Plus Superannuation)

Contact Name

Kelly Cray

Contact Phone

03 5150 4444

Contact Email

[email protected]

 

Position Description

Applications close on Sunday 4th December 2022

 

Senior PROJECT OFFICER

waterways and recovery

 

Do you value making a meaningful environmental contribution to communities across a broad landscape? Do you enjoy leading and working as part of a committed and passionate team in natural resource management? The North East Catchment Management Authority (North East CMA) has positions available that focus on waterway health and recovery from natural disasters.

The North East CMA is a government agency that expertly delivers land, water, and biodiversity programs to address the natural resource management issues facing our region. Including adapting to climate change, fostering sustainable agriculture, managing cultural heritage, optimising river health and environmental water in North East Victoria.

Our values of flexibility, integrity, accountability, and collaboration underpin our workplace. We offer an inclusive and supportive work environment, with a leading positive culture, and learning and development opportunities.

This position will:

  • Plan and manage waterway projects delivered by North East CMA in partnership with key stakeholders including Landcare and other not for profit groups, Traditional Owners / First Nations Peoples, land managers, consultants, contractors Australian and State government departments, in particular Goulburn-Murray Water, North East Water, Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) and Local Government.

Tasks include taking accountability for overall project management, planning, budgeting, governance, stakeholder engagement, communication, and reporting requirements along with coordination and oversight of on-ground works such as willow and weed control, revegetation, erosion, and instream habitat works and other recovery actions across the North East Catchment.

This position is full-time or part-time, fixed term until 30 June 2025. The salary package of $84,201.53 - $93,442.88 pro rata plus superannuation will be negotiated based on experience. North East CMA Offices are located in Tallangatta, Wangaratta and Wodonga.

Applications will ONLY be accepted via the North East CMA Website: http://www.necma.vic.gov.au/About-Us/Employment-opportunities/Jobs/Apply.

More information is contained in the position description, which can be found in the Recruitment Information Kit. This kit can be downloaded from the North East CMA website.

You will need to supply a covering letter, address the key selection criteria and provide a current resume as outlined in the Recruitment Information Kit.

Applications must be received by 11:59 PM, Sunday 4 December 2022

For a confidential discussion regarding this position call Kelly Behrens, Manager Program Implementation on 0427 351 411

Website:  www.necma.vic.gov.au

Phone: 1300 216 513

 

Position Description

 

Applications closing on Sunday 4 December 2022

 

Sustainable Landscapes Strategy Coordinator

 

The Goulburn Broken CMA is seeking applications to fill the newly created position of Sustainable Landscapes Strategy Coordinator.  This is a fixed term, fulltime opportunity to support the review and renewal of a number of key strategies and initiatives that support the delivery of the Sustainable Landscapes program.

 

You will utilise your experience in project management and strategy together with your knowledge of contemporary biodiversity and land management frameworks to deliver these key responsibilities:

  • coordinate the delivery of various interventions to respond to the Goulburn Murray Region Resilience Strategy and as participate on behalf of the GB CMA on the Goulburn Murray Region Resilience Strategy Taskforce;
  • in collaboration with Manager Biodiversity & Land Health coordinate aspects the Regional Land Partnerships (RLP) Review and funding bid renewal for the coming 5 years;
  • lead the coordinated development of Strategy reviews for Land Health and Biodiversity across the GB CMA and the development of various scale-based resilience plans;
  • support for the development of various funding proposals to meet the objectives of the various programs funded by both the federal and state governments.

 

For more information about our organisation and this opportunity, please contact Carl Walters, Sustainable Landscapes Program Manager on 58227700 or visit our website www.gbcma.vic.gov.au.

 

Applications must include the following:

  • A current resume with minimum two current work-related references
  • A response to each of the Key Selection Criteria showcasing skills and experience relevant to the position

Applications close 9am Monday 12th December 2022 and can be submitted to [email protected]

“Resilient landscapes, thriving communities”

 

Position Description

 

Applications close 9am Monday 12th December 2022

 

 

Technical Liaison Officer

 

Posted: 18/11/2022

Closing Date: 04/12/2022

Job Type: Temporary

Location: Warrnambool

Job Category: Construction, Architecture & Interior Design,Engineering,Government, Defence & Emergency

 

About us

Wannon Water is Victoria’s second largest regional urban water corporation by area.

Each day across South West Victoria we deliver clear, fresh drinking water to our customers. We also take away sewage and trade waste which we treat and return safely to the environment. As a key regional organisation, Wannon Water strives to be an influential community partner, contributing to the wellbeing and prosperity of the region as a whole. We are guided by our strategic direction of beyond water for strong communities.

We provide services to 34 towns, including residential, commercial, industrial and rural customers. Our 230-strong employee base has more than 1,500 years’ experience at Wannon Water to fulfil our purpose of delivering water and sewerage services and improving the lives of people in South West Victoria.

 

Our benefits

We are passionate about people - the people we employ, the people who depend on our products and services, and the people who make up our communities.

As an employee of Wannon Water, you will have a genuine opportunity to make the most of your talents, broaden your experience and take on rewarding challenges.

Working with the wider community, we commit to making gender equity a business and cultural norm. It’s simply the right thing to do. We embrace all forms of diversity and promote family-friendly working hours and leave arrangements to ensure our workforce is representative of the community that we serve. We feature a mix of age groups and cultural diversity, programs to recognise and showcase great work and initiative, and a raft of professional development opportunities, making working here a great lifestyle choice.

You will have access to:

  • Programs to recognise and showcase great work and initiative
  • A flexible work environment
  • An events and activities committee
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Rostered days off
  • An employee assistance program
  • Study leave
  • Health and wellbeing programs

Job Description

About the role

Due to unprecedented growth and development in South West Victoria, an exciting opportunity has become available with our Development Services Team.

If you like to be challenged daily, enjoy working as part of a dynamic team, and are looking to learn and develop within an engaging and supportive work environment, this could be the opportunity for you.

This role supports Development Services in delivering best practice services in land development, minor trade waste, backflow and other relevant functions.

The position will have a particular focus on the land development process, including:

  • Helping to develop technical knowledge on sewer and water design and areas of best practice in the water industry
  • Applying technical expertise in reviewing submitted sewer and water designs to ensure compliance
  • Pro-actively engaging with consulting engineers, contractors and developers, and overseeing the construction and commissioning of new water and sewer infrastructure
  • Conducting audits of infrastructure across various stages of construction
  • Providing input to the review of water supply and sewerage designs, construction standards, standard drawings and reticulation schemes.

Desired Skills and Experience

About you and your skills

You possess a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of water and infrastructure design, consultation and auditing principles and systems. You have strong analytical and investigative skills and are accountable for ensuring technical and statutory requirements are adhered to.

This position requires strong oral and written communication skills, the ability to discuss and resolve problems, and the ability to work autonomously.

If this sounds like you, then we would love to hear from you!

This is a two-year fixed-term position located in the coastal city of Warrnambool with a generous salary of ($84,583.44 to $91,961.91) plus superannuation, flexible working arrangements and rostered days off.

For further information, please call James Phillips (Manager Development Services) on 1300 926 666.

A copy of the position description for this role is available here or via our website at https://wannonwater.elmotalent.com.au/careers/careers/jobs

Applicants will be required to provide evidence of their COVID-19 vaccinations

Click APPLY and you will be taken through to the Wannon Water Careers Portal to complete your application. Once there, you will be prompted to answer a few simple questions and upload your cover letter and CV. To give yourself the best opportunity to process your application, please outline in your cover letter how your skills and experience meet the role requirements as outlined in the position description.

We thank you for taking the time to consider Wannon Water as a future employer and look forward to hearing from you.

 

Position Description

 

Applications close 11:59pm Sunday 4 December 2022

 

Project Manager Asset Creation

 

Posted: 18/11/2022

Closing Date: 08/01/2023

Job Type: Permanent - Full Time

Location: Warrnambool

Job Category: Engineering,Program & Project Management

 

About us

Wannon Water is Victoria’s second largest regional urban water corporation by area.

Each day across South West Victoria we deliver clear, fresh drinking water to our customers. We also take away sewage and trade waste which we treat and return safely to the environment. As a key regional organisation, Wannon Water strives to be an influential community partner, contributing to the wellbeing and prosperity of the region as a whole. We are guided by our strategic direction of beyond water for strong communities.

We provide services to 34 towns, including residential, commercial, industrial and rural customers. Our 230-strong employee base has more than 1,500 years’ experience at Wannon Water to fulfil our purpose of delivering water and sewerage services and improving the lives of people in South West Victoria.

Our benefits

We are passionate about people - the people we employ, the people who depend on our products and services, and the people who make up our communities.

As an employee of Wannon Water, you will have a genuine opportunity to make the most of your talents, broaden your experience and take on rewarding challenges.

Working with the wider community, we commit to making gender equity a business and cultural norm. It’s simply the right thing to do. We embrace all forms of diversity and promote family-friendly working hours and leave arrangements to ensure our workforce is representative of the community that we serve. We feature a mix of age groups and cultural diversity, programs to recognise and showcase great work and initiative, and a raft of professional development opportunities, making working here a great lifestyle choice.

You will have access to:

  • Programs to recognise and showcase great work and initiative
  • A flexible work environment
  • An events and activities committee
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Rostered days off
  • An employee assistance program
  • Study leave
  • Health and wellbeing programs

Job Description

About the role

Asset Creation is a dynamic team that deliver Wannon Water's major water and sewer infrastructure projects. The work environment is fast-paced, challenging and rewarding. This role will be an integral part of the team and deliver a suite of multidisciplinary projects.

In this role, you will have the autonomy to manage your own projects, collaborate widely, and be well supported by the team.

The position requires skills and knowledge in developing project scope, determining pathways for implementation, and supervision of technical projects.

Desired Skills and Experience

About you and your skills

To be considered for this role, you will:

  • Have a general understanding of contract documentation and procedures
  • Require the ability to research, estimate, specify, create, coordinate, write reports, assess tenders, innovate, engage, make assessments, contribute, monitor, and work as part of a team
  • Self-motivate, set priorities, plan and organise your own work
  • Collaborate with internal and external contacts
  • Have experience in the water and sewerage industry or related fields (highly regarded).

A tertiary qualification in Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Process Engineering, Project Management or Contract Management is desired, but not essential.

If this sounds like you, then we would love to hear from you!

This is an ongoing full-time position located in the coastal city of Warrnambool with a generous salary of ($84,583.44 to $105,610.50) depending on skills and experience, plus superannuation, flexible working arrangements and rostered days off.

For further information, please call Tamara Bull (Manager Capital Projects) on 0408 877 284.

A copy of the position description for this role is available here or via our website at https://wannonwater.elmotalent.com.au/careers/careers/jobs

Applicants will be required to provide evidence of their COVID-19 vaccinations.

Click APPLY and you will be taken through to the Wannon Water Careers Portal to complete your application. Once there, you will be prompted to answer a few simple questions and upload your cover letter and CV. To give yourself the best opportunity to progress your application, please outline in your cover letter how your skills and experience meet the role requirements as outlined in the position description.

We thank you for taking the time to consider Wannon Water as a future employer and look forward to hearing from you.

 

Position Description

 

Applications close at 11:59pm on Sunday 8 January 2023

 

Procurement and Contracts Manager

- BAF322

Ongoing

Goulburn-Murray Water (GMW) is Australia’s largest rural water corporation responsible for storing, managing and delivering water across most of northern Victoria. GMW provides more than 39,000 services to about 25,000 customers in its operating region.

Based in Tatura, you’ll join the Commercial team, and be responsible for managing the implementation and development of the Procurement and Contract Management business unit.

Possessing high level analytical skills, you’ll provide strategic advice to internal stakeholders in relation to associated risk, cost analysis and supply market demands. As the prime owner of the supplier contractual relationships you will liaise with suppliers to sustain value throughout the life of each contract, as well as maintaining a contract management database.

We’d love to hear from you if enjoy building strong collaborative partnerships, and you have extensive experience in procurement and contracting methodologies and Supplier Panel governance.

This role will support the business with the following responsibilities:

  • Responsible the development/implementation of procurement and contract management governance/strategies/processes, in the public sector
  • Extensive experience managing public sector tenders and Supplier Panels (construction sector ideally)
  • Proven ability to build/lead a Procurement team, and establish a collaborative working environment
  • Strong customer (internal stakeholders) focus, and ability to partner with the business to produce commercial outcomes

 

Benefits of joining the GMW team include:

  • Agile, inclusive and responsible culture is the foundation of our organisation where people are offered excellent opportunities to grow, learn and advance in their careers.
  • GMW are committed to encouraging our employees to reach their full potential, while valuing and respecting them as individuals.
  • GMW offer flexible working and are always open to discussing your individual needs so that you get to create your own experience with us.
  • Great time to make the move to regional Victoria for a different lifestyle, career opportunities and challenge.

 

For more information or to view the position description please visit our website.

Applications close on 14 Dec 2022.   Please note, short listed candidates will be interviewed in early January 2023.

To apply for this role please complete the GMW application form provided on our careers page and email together with a copy of your current CV to [email protected].

All employees need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and are required to provide evidence of their vaccination status. All candidates that are recommended for appointment will be required to provide evidence they meet GMW’s vaccination criteria.

 

GMW is an equal opportunity employer supporting diversity and inclusion in the workplace. GMW encourages people with diverse backgrounds, experience and perspectives to apply.

 

Position Description

 

Applications close on 14 Dec 2022

 

 

Customer Support Officers (2)

- CAS805 & CAS807

 

Ongoing

 

Goulburn-Murray Water (GMW) is Australia’s largest rural water corporation responsible for storing, managing and delivering water across most of northern Victoria. GMW provides more than 39,000 services to about 25,000 customers in its operating region.

Based in Tatura, you’ll join the Customer Experience team providing superior front-line customer service and office administration support to all GMW customers and stakeholders.

Working in a team environment, the Customer Support Officer is responsible for processing a range of transactions, resolving customer enquiries and is committed to meeting agreed performance targets and quality standards.

Successful candidates will have:

  • experience in customer service;
  • will possess strong phone and verbal communication skills along with active listening;
  • be able to multi-task, set priorities and manage time effectively;
  • be flexible and able to attend a shift at short notice,
  • thrive in a busy environment and
  • be highly motivated with a 'can do' attitude.

 

If this sounds like you we’d love to hear from you.

For more information or to view the position description please visit our website.

Applications close on 12 December 2022 . To apply for this role please complete the GMW application form provided on our careers page and email together with a copy of your current CV to [email protected].

GMW is an equal opportunity employer supporting diversity and inclusion in the workplace. GMW encourages people with diverse backgrounds, experience and perspectives to apply.

 

 

Position Description

 

Applications close on 12 Dec 2022

 

 

Customer Support Officer

- CAS821 - CAS823

 

Fixed Term x3

Goulburn-Murray Water (GMW) is Australia’s largest rural water corporation responsible for storing, managing and delivering water across most of northern Victoria. GMW provides more than 39,000 services to about 25,000 customers in its operating region.

Based in Tatura, you’ll join the Customer Experience team in a casual capacity providing a positive and professional phone service, managing large volumes of calls and office support to all GMW customers and stakeholders.

You will be joining a team of like-minded individuals that support and encourage each other. Our people really matter, and we are committed to providing a diverse and inclusive environment where people enjoy coming to work.

We are seeking people that have well developed computer skills, customer service experience with outstanding communication and issue resolution skills whilst working in a fast paced team environment. If this sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you.

For more information, view the position description below.

Applications close on Sunday 11 December 2022. To apply for this role please complete the GMW application below and email together with a copy of your current CV to [email protected]. Contact name: Maressa Bathman

In accordance with Chief Health Officer Directions, all employees need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and be required to provide evidence of their vaccination status. All candidates that are recommended for appointment will be required to provide evidence they meet the vaccination criteria.

GMW is an equal opportunity employer supporting diversity and inclusion in the workplace. GMW encourages people with diverse backgrounds, experience and perspectives to apply.

 

Position Description

 

Applications close on Sunday 11 December 2022

Emergency Management and Resilience Officer

 

Posted: 18/11/2022

Closing Date: 04/12/2022

Job Type: Permanent - Full Time

Location: Warrnambool

Job Category: Government, Defence & Emergency,Quality Assurance & Safety

 

About us

Wannon Water is Victoria’s second largest regional urban water corporation by area.

Each day across South West Victoria we deliver clear, fresh drinking water to our customers. We also take away sewage and trade waste which we treat and return safely to the environment. As a key regional organisation, Wannon Water strives to be an influential community partner, contributing to the wellbeing and prosperity of the region as a whole. We are guided by our strategic direction of beyond water for strong communities.

We provide services to 34 towns, including residential, commercial, industrial and rural customers. Our 230-strong employee base has more than 1,500 years’ experience at Wannon Water to fulfil our purpose of delivering water and sewerage services and improving the lives of people in South West Victoria.

Our benefits

We are passionate about people - the people we employ, the people who depend on our products and services, and the people who make up our communities.

As an employee of Wannon Water, you will have a genuine opportunity to make the most of your talents, broaden your experience and take on rewarding challenges.

Working with the wider community, we commit to making gender equity a business and cultural norm. It’s simply the right thing to do. We embrace all forms of diversity and promote family-friendly working hours and leave arrangements to ensure our workforce is representative of the community that we serve. We feature a mix of age groups and cultural diversity, programs to recognise and showcase great work and initiative, and a raft of professional development opportunities, making working here a great lifestyle choice.

You will have access to:

  • Programs to recognise and showcase great work and initiative
  • A flexible work environment
  • An events and activities committee
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Rostered days off
  • An employee assistance program
  • Study leave
  • Health and wellbeing programs

Job Description

About the role

The position supports the Risk and Resilience team in providing a professional internal service to improve and embed our business continuity and emergency management frameworks and incident response across Wannon Water.

The role is integral in ensuring we have effective and efficient systems that reduce the likelihood, effect and consequences of emergencies.

The role represents Wannon Water in municipal, regional and state emergency management forums and helps to identify and deliver initiatives in conjunction with the relevant committee.

Responsibilities include the delivery and oversight of various plans and projects within the Risk and Resilience team to support these needs. This will include a detailed ongoing works program, working with a range of Wannon Water employees, government, agencies, regulators, industry partners, consultants and contractors.

Desired Skills and Experience

About you and your skills

You are proactive in your approach to work with investigative, conceptual and analytical problem-solving abilities. You have the ability to liaise with counterparts in other organisations to discuss specialist matters and within the organisation to resolve  problems.

You have experience in researching, investigating and collating information. You employ a positive persuasive attitude to build learning and participation, and to reach a consensus on a pragmatic course of action.

A tertiary qualification in Risk Management, Business Continuity or Emergency Management or a related field, will be highly regarded but is not essential.

Completion of an Environment, Quality and/or OH&S Management System training course and completion of AIIMS 4 is desirable.

If this sounds like you, then we would love to hear from you!

This is a full-time permanent position located in the coastal city of Warrnambool with a generous salary of ($84,583.44 to $91,961.91) depending on skills and experience, plus superannuation, flexible working arrangements and rostered days off.

For further information, please call Brent Smith (Manager Safety Risk & Resilience) on 1300 926 666 

A copy of the position description for this role is available here or via our website at https://wannonwater.elmotalent.com.au/careers/careers/jobs

Applicants will be required to provide evidence of their COVID-19 vaccinations.

Click APPLY and you will be taken through to the Wannon Water Careers Portal to complete your application. Once there, you will be prompted to answer a few simple questions and upload your cover letter and CV. To give yourself the best opportunity to progress your application, please outline in your cover letter how your skills and experience meet the role requirements as outlined in the position description.

We thank you for taking the time to consider Wannon Water as a future employer and look forward to hearing from you.

 

Position Description

 

Applications close at 11:59pm on Sunday 4 December 2022

 

PROJECT OFFICER -

waterways and recovery

 

Do you value making a meaningful environmental contribution to communities across a broad landscape? Do you enjoy working as part of a committed and passionate team in natural resource management? The North East Catchment Management Authority (North East CMA) has positions available that focus on waterway health and recovery from natural disasters.

These positions are critical to addressing historical, current, and emerging issues across the catchment and to deliver positive environmental outcomes with communities, Traditional Owners/First Nations people, government agencies, not-for-profits, and other stakeholders. Additionally, these posiitons will:

  • Deliver waterway health and flood/bushfire recovery projects to improve waterway health outcomes in partnership with land managers

Support the development of future waterway projects in collaboration with stakeholders

  • Efficiently compile information required for corporate and project tracking systems and reporting

Actively support the community, partners, and local landholders to undertake on-ground and knowledge-building actions

These positions are full-time, fixed term until 30 June 2025 but we will consider part time arrangements. The salary package of $73,457.49 - $81,229.10 plus superannuation will be negotiated based on experience. North East CMA Offices are located in Tallangatta, Wangaratta and Wodonga. One of the positions will be focused on delivering programs in the Omeo area.

Applications will ONLY be accepted via the North East CMA Website: http://www.necma.vic.gov.au/About-Us/Employment-opportunities/Jobs/Apply.

More information is contained in the position description, which can be found in the Recruitment Information Kit. This kit can be downloaded from the North East CMA website.

You will need to supply a covering letter, address the key selection criteria and provide a current resume as per the Recruitment Information Kit. This kit can be downloaded from the North East CMA's website.

Applications must be received by 11:59 PM, Sunday 4 December 2022

The North East CMA is a proactive and dynamic organisation, with learning and development opportunities. Our values of flexibility, integrity, accountability and collaboration underpin our workplace. We offer an inclusive and supportive work environment, with a leading positive culture.

For a confidential discussion regarding this position call Kelly Behrens, Manager Program Implementation on 0427 351 411

Website:  www.necma.vic.gov.au  Phone: 1300 216 513

 

Position Description

 

Applications closing on Sunday 4 December 2022

 

North East CMA

Citizen Science Support Officer (River Detectives)

 

The North East CMA is a government agency that expertly delivers land, water and biodiversity programs to address the natural resource management issues facing our region. Including adapting to climate change, fostering sustainable agriculture, managing cultural heritage, optimising river health and environmental water in North East Victoria.

This position is to support the delivery of funded citizen science programs in the North East CMA such as River Detectives and Water Watch.

This is a Band 6 ($66,242.91 - $71,525.09 pro rata + superannuation) part time (up to 0.2 FTE), fixed term position to 31 December 2024, location is negotiable between our Wodonga, Tallangatta and Wangaratta offices and remotely as required.

Applications will ONLY be accepted via the North East CMA Website: http://www.necma.vic.gov.au/About-Us/Employment-opportunities/Jobs/Apply.

More information is in the Position Description, which is in the Recruitment Information Kit. This kit can be downloaded from the North East CMA website.

You will need to supply a covering letter, address the key selection criteria and provide a current resume as outlined in the Recruitment Information Kit.

Applications must be received by 11:59 PM, 4 December 2022.

Our values of flexibility, integrity, accountability and collaboration underpin our workplace. We offer an inclusive and supportive work environment, with a leading positive culture, and learning and development opportunities.

For a confidential discussion regarding this position call Helen Wilson, Manager NRM Planning and Delivery, 0428 676 054.

Website:  www.necma.vic.gov.au

Phone: 1300 216 513

 

Position Description

 

Applications closing on 4 December 2022.

SENIOR PROJECT OFFICER - BIODIVERSITY

 

Are you passionate about improving biodiversity in a regional rural landscape? Are you an experienced professional who has excellent project management and strategic thinking skills?

The North East CMA is a government agency, working with the community, government and funding organisations to address the ‘big’ natural resource management issues facing our region, including adapting to climate change, fostering sustainable agriculture, managing cultural heritage and identifying the impacts of ‘tree change’ trends on land management in the North East.

We are a proactive and dynamic organisation, with learning and development opportunities. Our values of flexibility, integrity, accountability and collaboration underpin our workplace. We offer an inclusive and supportive work environment, with a leading positive culture.

The primary focus of this role is to:

  • Plan and manage delivery of biodiversity projects funded under Australian and Victorian Government programs
  • Support the development of future biodiversity projects in collaboration with other staff and regional stakeholders

 

More information is contained in the position description, which can be found in the Recruitment Information Kit. This kit can be downloaded from the North East CMA website.

This is a full time, ongoing position with a salary package of $84,201.53 - $93,442.88 plus superannuation, which will be negotiated based on experience. North East CMA Offices are currently located in Tallangatta, Wangaratta and Wodonga.

Applications will ONLY be accepted via the North East CMA Website: http://www.necma.vic.gov.au/About-Us/Employment-opportunities/Jobs/Apply.

You will need to supply a covering letter, address the key selection criteria and provide a current resume as per the Recruitment Information Kit.

Applications must be received by 11:59 PM, Sunday 4 December 2022

For a confidential discussion regarding this position call Helen Wilson, Executive Manager NRM Delivery, on 0428 676 054

Website:  www.necma.vic.gov.au

Phone: 1300 216 513

 

Position Description

 

Application closing on Sunday 4 December 2022

 

 

Lower-Murray-Water

Managing Director

– Lower Murray Water

 

  • High profile organisation delivering vital water services
  • Partner with an ambitious and highly engaged Board to help shape the region
  • Fantastic career defining role and lifestyle opportunity in Mildura

 

Lower Murray Water (LMW) is a large regional water corporation providing water services to customers along the Murray River stretching from Kerang to the South Australian border. As a leader within the region, LMW has established itself as a major contributor to enhancing regional prosperity by successfully delivering vital water services. Headquartered in Mildura, LMW operates both urban and rural water businesses which support domestic and commercial customers from households through to large-scale irrigation operations. LMW is also the lead agency in delivering the Victorian Murray Floodplain Restoration Project (VMFRP), a key commitment of the Victorian Government to the Murray-Darling Basin Plan’s implementation to improve the environmental watering of high valued floodplains along the Murray River.

Bordered by the mighty Murray River, the region offers a sunny and active lifestyle with a vibrant cultural scene and strong local communities. With an enviable lifestyle that includes all the amenities of a capital city and more, this is a career defining opportunity to lead an organisation contributing to the health and future prosperity of the region now and into the future.

As Managing Director, you will report to a highly engaged Board and will be accountable for leading and empowering the organisation in the delivery of its strategic priorities and projects. With a key focus of building upon an already strong foundation, you will lead the organisation to further enhance customer experience and liveability for the region. With a focus on creating solutions to customer challenges, you will promote a culture that drives innovation and safety and is focused on maximising value for the organisation and customers now and into the future. As a high-profile position within the region you will take an active role both internally and externally to truly establish and embed yourself within the community, forging collaborative relationships and partnerships with diverse stakeholder groups to deliver community, environmental and economic outcomes.

Regarded as a visionary leader, you have a proven record delivering transformative business strategies and bring an inspirational and inclusive leadership style to set the organisation’s direction and drive performance. You are strategic and future focused, with an ability to embed strong cultures of safety and accountability. With executive experience in service delivery organisations, and a passion for regional communities, you will understand the importance of delivering strong customer service outcomes. With an appreciation of the public sector or other regulated industries, you are excited by this career defining opportunity to create a positive impact for the region.

For a copy of the position description please copy and paste this link: https://bit.ly/3sqU6eU

For a confidential discussion, please contact Seamus Scanlon on 0455 118 868 or Vanessa Huxley on 0417 708 112. To apply for this role, or to find out more information, please go to www.davidsonwp.com and search for the role title.

 

Position Description

 

Application closing date: not specified.

Apply Now: Davidson | Job Application (davidsonwp.com)

Irrigation Service Delivery Supervisor – East

 

Full Time Ongoing

Technical Services Band C: $79,713 - $92,279 per annum plus 10.5% statutory superannuation

Location: Maffra

 

About us

Southern Rural Water (SRW) is proud to be the lifeblood of the agricultural economy of southern Victoria. With assets valued at approximately $1.4 billion, our irrigation districts deliver water from catchment to farm gate. As regulators of surface and groundwater we provide fair, equitable and sustainable access to water resources. Our services support farmers to generate high-quality fresh and local produce, much of which ends up on tables across the globe ready to be enjoyed by consumers.

There has never been a better time to join SRW as we embark on a period of transformational change, providing great value for customers and community through excellence in rural water management.

 

The Role

Are you a hands-on leader, who values positive relationship management and excellent service for irrigation customers within your local community? If yes, then the Irrigation Service Delivery Supervisor – East with Southern Rural Water may be the perfect position for you.

Working within the Eastern Irrigation Business (EIB) as a part of the management team, you will be an essential link with field-based staff, capital projects, customers, and managers, requiring a candidate with excellent communication and stakeholder engagement capabilities.

As the Irrigation Service Delivery Supervisor – East, you will take a lead role in the daily management of staff and system performance within the EIB and be responsible for ensuring that field staff and customers operating within the Macalister Irrigation Area are in compliance with the Water Act 1989. This role will suit an individual who works well under limited direction and thrives working in a diverse position.

 

Key accountabilities of the Irrigation Service Delivery Supervisor - East include:

  • Provide leadership, monitor staff performance and manage the day-to-day activities of the operations team to ensure delivery of the key customer service aspects within the Eastern Irrigation District.
  • Overseeing system performance, identifying, and implementing system improvements, undertaking system administration tasks, developing and reporting on key operational targets and providing customer feedback.
  • Manage and foster customer relationships.
  • Develop, review and communicate water allocations to ensure the best utilisation of the available resources.
  • Lead and coordinate the integration of modernisation projects within and where linked to the Macalister Irrigation District.
  • Participate in Macalister Irrigation District modinisation projects as a part of the project delivery team.
  • Coordinate the operations of the MID Salinity program.

 

If you have an innovative approach to system and process improvement and established understanding of water supply systems, we welcome your application.

 

The successful candidate will need to demonstrate how they meet the key selection criteria below:

 

  1. Demonstrated experience working within irrigated agriculture.
  2. Ability to effectively work under limited direction and effectively manage and prioritise competing priorities.
  3. Developed project management skills with excellent stakeholder engagement capabilities
  1. Demonstrated excellence in building and maintaining positive relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
  2. The ability to effectively lead and motivate staff to effectively meet team goals and service level targets.

 

How to Apply

Applications should be made online by clicking 'Apply' before midnight Sunday 4 December 2022 or by visiting our website: www.srw.com.au

 

Please take the time to describe how your knowledge, skills and abilities relate to the Key Selection Criteria as part of your cover letter.

 

Southern Rural Water is committed to diversity and inclusion in employment and is proud to encourage applications from people of different backgrounds, abilities, ages, genders, gender identities and/or sexual orientations.

 

Southern Rural Water acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the lands and waters we work with and within, and pay respects to Elders past and present.

 

Position Description

 

Application close on Sunday 4 December 2022

 

GWW Team Leader,

Water Network Master Planning

 

  • $150,000 - $160,000 package (includes 10.5% super), Flexibility to WFH & the Footscray or Sunbury office
  • 12-month fixed term contract, open to full time or part time (min. 4 days per week)
  • Drive a culture that places customers first and focuses on developing a high performing team

 

About Greater Western Water

We’re water… and more.

GWW is a Victorian government owned water corporation that provides an essential service to some of the fastest-growing communities in Australia, stretching from Melbourne’s CBD to Lancefield in the north and Bacchus Marsh in the west.

 

Benefits

  • Flexibility to WFH and/or in the Footscray or Sunbury office
  • Free income protection and salary continuance insurance
  • Gender neutral, 16-week parental leave available from commencement
  • Monthly work life balance day off to treat yourself (for full-time employees)
  • Gifted recognition programs
  • Access to corporate health insurance deals with major providers
  • Many additional benefits available through WORK180

 

 

The opportunity

This is an exciting 12-month leadership role within the Water Networks Master Planning Team. Managing a team of 8, you will work to ensure that Greater Western Water’s water network is planned to meet our area’s rapid growth. A focus of the role will be management of the water network infrastructure requirements in our capital plan and prioritising projects as we prepare our Price Submission. The role will also be integral to improving the project handover process between planning and delivery.   The role will have a focus on ensuring Greater Western Water’s water network infrastructure is resilient, prepared for our rapid population growth, and provides long-term value to our customers.

 

 

Responsibilities

  • Develop and maintain infrastructure servicing plans for all water and recycled water zones
  • Lead and prioritise the GWW’s 20-year capital expenditure forecast for water network infrastructure
  • Provide key inputs into the GWW pricing submission
  • Deliver servicing advice to developers in the early stages of planning
  • Collaborate across the industry on shared infrastructure and service planning
  • Oversight of our water hydraulic models and their use in preparation of our servicing plans

 

Skills & Experience

  • Experience in the planning lifecycle, from developing capital programs through to project hand-over to project delivery
  • Ability to lead a cohesive team, and manage workflow allocation
  • Proven experience in networking and building successful strategic relationships with key stakeholders and the community
  • A degree qualification or relevant industry experience within a water utility in planning and operations, would be highly regarded

 

A secondment arrangement would be considered for successful applicants from other Water Corporations!

 

See yourself thrive

Our vision for GWW is Thriving People and Country. We aim to be as diverse as the communities we serve and are deeply committed to building a workplace where everybody thrives. We’re supportive, inclusive, and friendly, and value everyone for who they are and what they can bring.

 

We’re seeking applicants across all cultural backgrounds, genders, and abilities, and will make reasonable adjustments as required, so please talk to us about what you need.

Don’t meet every single requirement? If you’re excited about this role, we encourage you to apply!

Don’t delay your application, interviews will commence Thursday 15, December 2022.

 

Applications close 11:59pm Monday, 12 December 2022

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