Principal Policy Officer, Social Policy2019-05-27T14:13:08+10:00
Johnathan Thurston AcademyTaking employment back to basics. We simply introduce jobseeker to jobs! It's that simple.The Johnathan Thurston Academy, with Lendlease as our major employment partner, has a unique collaborative employment zone. The goal and focus is to connect job seekers to all of our employment partners throughout the nation. We aim to ensure that all opportunities for potential connections are both exhausted and managed in the one zone. We have created a unique and sophisticated platform that streamlines all employment opportunities between job seekers and employers.We represent employers across all industries, we encourage you to keep in touch by registering to our JTHotJobs https://www.jtacademy.com.au/jts-job-board/Our client: Queensland Government, Department of the Premier CabinetJob detailsPosition status: PermanentPosition type: Flexible full-timeOccupational group: AdministrationClassification: AO8Workplace Location: Brisbane Inner CityJob ad  reference: QLD/333993/20Closing date: 20-Jan-2020Yearly salary: $119280 - $126037Fortnightly Salary: $4572.00 - $4831.00Contact person: Sonya ReesbyContact details: Ph: (07) 3003 9309 Access the National Relay ServiceYou have the opportunity to join the Queensland public sector; in a position of trust where you will contribute to better outcomes for Queenslanders by giving effect to the policies and priorities of the elected government.We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace by supporting equal opportunities irrespective of gender, culture, generation, sexual orientation or disability. We promote a respectful workplace culture that is free from all forms of harassment, workplace bullying, discrimination and violence. We recognise the importance of supporting and retaining a mobile, flexible and agile workforce.As Principal Policy Officer you will develop and provide strategic policy advice and options on all aspects of policy development, as well as design, implement and evaluate policies, programs and projects as part of the broader Social Policy team. Your role will be located in the team that manages portfolios relating to domestic and family violence reforms, child protection reforms and gender/women.You will:identify, research, develop and analyse complex policy options and provide high-level policy advice to the Premier and Cabinet;develop, implement and evaluate key policies, programs and projects ensuring timely and quality outcomes are met;lead and manage cross-agency projects and/or multi-disciplinary project teams to develop, implement and evaluate key policies, programs and projects;prepare papers, submissions, briefs, memoranda and correspondence on complex policy and program issues;manage the Government's Cabinet agenda for policy, program and service delivery issues through the provision of timely briefings and advice;represent Policy Division, department or the Government at a range of forums including external stakeholder, inter-departmental and inter-governmental, meetings; andliaise, collaborate and negotiate with other agencies and external stakeholders on a range of policy, program and project issues within a multi-disciplinary environment.For further information about this role and details on how to apply, please visit the Queensland Government Smart Jobs and Careers website at www.smartjobs.qld.gov.auJob Ad Reference: QLD/333993/20Closing Date: Monday, 20 January 2020All applicants are encouraged to advise the panel of any additional support or reasonable adjustments required during the recruitment process.Applications to remain current for 12 months.Further informationWe are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity.Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply.DocumentsBefore applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below.333993 20 - Role Description (PDF, 226KB) 333993 20 - Role Description (Word, 138KB) Please note, only applications submitted through the Queensland Government Smart Jobs and Careers website will be accepted.  119280 AUD Brisbane 4000

Principal Policy Officer, Social Policy

Johnathan Thurston Academy

Taking employment back to basics. We simply introduce jobseeker to jobs! It's that simple.

The Johnathan Thurston Academy, with Lendlease as our major employment partner, has a unique collaborative employment zone. The goal and focus is to connect job seekers to all of our employment partners throughout the nation. We aim to ensure that all opportunities for potential connections are both exhausted and managed in the one zone. We have created a unique and sophisticated platform that streamlines all employment opportunities between job seekers and employers.

We represent employers across all industries, we encourage you to keep in touch by registering to our JTHotJobs https://www.jtacademy.com.au/jts-job-board/

Our client: Queensland Government, Department of the Premier Cabinet

Job details

Position status: Permanent
Position type: Flexible full-time
Occupational group: Administration
Classification: AO8
Workplace Location: Brisbane Inner City
Job ad  reference: QLD/333993/20
Closing date: 20-Jan-2020
Yearly salary: $119280 - $126037
Fortnightly Salary: $4572.00 - $4831.00
Contact person: Sonya Reesby
Contact details: Ph: (07) 3003 9309 
Access the National Relay Service

You have the opportunity to join the Queensland public sector; in a position of trust where you will contribute to better outcomes for Queenslanders by giving effect to the policies and priorities of the elected government.

We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace by supporting equal opportunities irrespective of gender, culture, generation, sexual orientation or disability. We promote a respectful workplace culture that is free from all forms of harassment, workplace bullying, discrimination and violence. We recognise the importance of supporting and retaining a mobile, flexible and agile workforce.

As Principal Policy Officer you will develop and provide strategic policy advice and options on all aspects of policy development, as well as design, implement and evaluate policies, programs and projects as part of the broader Social Policy team. Your role will be located in the team that manages portfolios relating to domestic and family violence reforms, child protection reforms and gender/women.

You will:

  • identify, research, develop and analyse complex policy options and provide high-level policy advice to the Premier and Cabinet;
  • develop, implement and evaluate key policies, programs and projects ensuring timely and quality outcomes are met;
  • lead and manage cross-agency projects and/or multi-disciplinary project teams to develop, implement and evaluate key policies, programs and projects;
  • prepare papers, submissions, briefs, memoranda and correspondence on complex policy and program issues;
  • manage the Government's Cabinet agenda for policy, program and service delivery issues through the provision of timely briefings and advice;
  • represent Policy Division, department or the Government at a range of forums including external stakeholder, inter-departmental and inter-governmental, meetings; and
  • liaise, collaborate and negotiate with other agencies and external stakeholders on a range of policy, program and project issues within a multi-disciplinary environment.

For further information about this role and details on how to apply, please visit the Queensland Government Smart Jobs and Careers website at www.smartjobs.qld.gov.au

Job Ad Reference: QLD/333993/20

Closing Date: Monday, 20 January 2020

All applicants are encouraged to advise the panel of any additional support or reasonable adjustments required during the recruitment process.

Applications to remain current for 12 months.

Further information

We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity.

Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply.

Documents

Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below.

Please note, only applications submitted through the Queensland Government Smart Jobs and Careers website will be accepted.