Senior Policy Officer, Program Management Office2019-05-27T14:13:08+10:00
Department of the Premier and Cabinet / Brisbane CityTemporary, Flexible Full-Time Yearly salary in the range of $104748 - $112157You 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.Expressions of interest are sought for an AO7, Senior Policy Officer in the Program Management Office (PMO) temporarily until February 2020 with possibility of extension.Your ContributionAs Senior Policy Officer you will you will provide authoritative advice on complex policy issues and develop options, policies, strategies and initiatives in relation to the Justices Act 1886. You will be part of a team established in the PMO to modernise the Justices Act 1886. You will:identify, research, develop and analyse complex policy options and provide high-level policy advice to the Premier and Cabinet;develop and implement legislative and policy projects, submissions, briefs, memoranda and letters of reply on complex policy issues;consult and engage with relevant stakeholders, including judicial officers, statutory bodies, departments, legal professional bodies and community groups;lead and manage cross-agency projects and/or multi-disciplinary project teams to resolve key policy or service delivery issues;contribute to a dynamic and creative team environment focused on generating and actioning innovative ideas;oversee the management of key events and activities as they arise, ensuring that milestones are achieved;represent the PMO in inter-departmental and inter-agency meetings and undertake other duties as directed by the Premier and Cabinet;liaise and negotiate with other agencies on a range of policy issues within a multi-disciplinary environment; andprepare or contribute to the preparation of timely and well researched submissions, briefs and notes on complex policy issues, including Cabinet submissions.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.auApply here: https://smartjobs.qld.gov.au/jobs/QLD-315877-19Job Ad Reference: QLD/315877/19Closing Date: Monday 15 July 2019All applications are encouraged to advise the panel of any additional support or reasonable adjustments required during the recruitment process.Please note, only applications submitted through the Queensland Government Smart Jobs and Careers website will be accepted. 0 AUD Brisbane 4000

Senior Policy Officer, Program Management Office

Department of the Premier and Cabinet / Brisbane City

  • Temporary, Flexible Full-Time 
  • Yearly salary in the range of $104748 - $112157

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.

Expressions of interest are sought for an AO7, Senior Policy Officer in the Program Management Office (PMO) temporarily until February 2020 with possibility of extension.

Your Contribution

As Senior Policy Officer you will you will provide authoritative advice on complex policy issues and develop options, policies, strategies and initiatives in relation to the Justices Act 1886. You will be part of a team established in the PMO to modernise the Justices Act 1886. You will:

  • identify, research, develop and analyse complex policy options and provide high-level policy advice to the Premier and Cabinet;
  • develop and implement legislative and policy projects, submissions, briefs, memoranda and letters of reply on complex policy issues;
  • consult and engage with relevant stakeholders, including judicial officers, statutory bodies, departments, legal professional bodies and community groups;
  • lead and manage cross-agency projects and/or multi-disciplinary project teams to resolve key policy or service delivery issues;
  • contribute to a dynamic and creative team environment focused on generating and actioning innovative ideas;
  • oversee the management of key events and activities as they arise, ensuring that milestones are achieved;
  • represent the PMO in inter-departmental and inter-agency meetings and undertake other duties as directed by the Premier and Cabinet;
  • liaise and negotiate with other agencies on a range of policy issues within a multi-disciplinary environment; and
  • prepare or contribute to the preparation of timely and well researched submissions, briefs and notes on complex policy issues, including Cabinet submissions.

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

Apply here: https://smartjobs.qld.gov.au/jobs/QLD-315877-19

Job Ad Reference: QLD/315877/19

Closing Date: Monday 15 July 2019

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

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