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About The Role

Reporting to the Team Leader Operational Access Class 2, the Engineer – Structural, sits within Operational Access and uses their understanding of structural engineering load assessments to support a range of tasks related to the analysis and assessment of bridges and other road related structures, including undertaking structural inspections to determine the condition of bridges and other road related structures.

The incumbent contributes to continuous improvement projects, as required, that would result in efficiencies in relation to Class 2 and other heavy vehicle assessment practices.

The incumbent will liaise with key internal and external stakeholders to gather and share information, including updates on application assessments, in a consultative manner.

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Position Outcomes

The role involves effective stakeholder communication to gather necessary information and provide updates in a consultative manner. It... includes project management tasks such as planning, scheduling, and resource management aligned with project scopes. The incumbent contributes to fostering innovation and continuous improvement within the organization to enhance operational performance. They utilize analytical skills to support the team in developing innovative solutions to complex problems through research and open communication. Additionally, the role entails demonstrating competence in structural load assessments for analyzing and assessing bridges and road-related structures under supervision. Furthermore, promoting and supporting safe, inclusive, and flexible team operations is emphasized.
• Technical Knowledge (Applied) – Working understanding of the process of structural load assessments and competent understanding of structural inspections.
• Critical thinking and problem solving (Foundational) – Seeks resolution of problems through policy or process guidelines; Otherwise seeks guidance by providing information and ideas relevant towards resolution of problem. Understands concepts enabling improvements in critical thinking and problem solving
• Project Delivery (Foundational) - Executes work tasks against plan; where plans are not defined, prioritises tasks in line with the urgency and impact of tasks; Utilises approved task management tools; Maintains accurate project records.
• Innovation and Continuous Improvement (Foundational)- Contributes ideas toward improving the effectiveness of own work area; Understands and delivers against standards of quality and effectiveness applicable to own area of work; Maintains quality in the face of time pressure
• Stakeholder Management (Foundational) - Responds to clients’ needs; Keeps the client or stakeholder up to date with issues and developments; Promptly follows through on inquiries, requests, and complaints; Takes responsibility for correcting problems promptly.

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES –
• Flexibility and Adaptability (Applied) – Accept changed priorities without undue discomfort. Responds quickly to changes. Comfortable working in collaboration with teams outside of own organisation.
• Outcomes Thinking (Foundational) – Articulates how work, policies and services fit into organisation’s objectives; Accepts responsibility for own actions; shows commitment to completing work activities effectively
• Working Collaboratively (Applied) – Build a supportive and cooperative team environment; Engages other teams to share information in order to understand or respond to issues; Support others in challenging situations.

Qualifications And Experience

Mandatory
• Tertiary qualifications in Engineering

Role Specific Requirements
• Driver’s License
• May involve evening or weekend work including occasional overnight travel

What We Offer
• Meaningful work making Victorian communities more accessible and liveable
• Professional growth and development opportunities across the department and the wider Victorian Public Services
• A hybrid working model focused on collaboration and teamwork
• Optimal work-life balance initiatives including flexible working arrangements
• Opportunity to work across multiple urban and suburban hubs
• We prioritise se the development of a safe and inclusive culture

Culture Value

We are an equal opportunity employer, embracing a diverse range of applicants such as veterans, and people who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander, LGBTQIA community members, individuals with disabilities and/or health conditions, as well as those from varied faith and cultural backgrounds. At our department, we prioritize the development of a safe, inclusive, and high-performance culture through shared actions and behaviours that align with our strategy and direction. This empowers our employees to effectively contribute to our goals.

How To Apply

Click the ‘Apply’ button and follow the prompts. Applications should include a resume and a cover letter. Applications close 11.59pm on 20th May 2024. For further information about the role please contact Catalina Broomhall via [email protected]

Preferred applicants may be required to complete a police check and may be subject to other pre-employment checks. Information provided to the Department of Transport and Planning will be treated in the strictest confidence.

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Melbourne VIC Australia

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