Program Lead Resource Recovery Infrastructure


About the role
The Program Lead Resource Recovery Infrastructure sits within Sustainability Victoria's Resource Recovery Infrastructure team and forms part of the Resource Recovery Group. The position will oversee a small team of Project Officers to ensure program and project outcomes are delivered to a high standard.
Working with the Manager, Resource Recovery Infrastructure, the Program Lead Resource Recovery Infrastructure will deliver multiple infrastructure funding programs to support and achieve government priorities and outcomes including the from government waste and resource recovery policies, plans and strategies such as the Recycling Victoria Policy Package, the Statewide Waste and Resource Recovery Infrastructure plan (SWIRRP), the Recycling Industry Strategic Plan (RISP) and Sustainability Victoria's Towards 2020 Strategy (SV2020).
You will be responsible for the successful design, development, delivery and evaluation of funding programs, grants, agreements (i.e. contracts) with project management oversight for the successful delivery of multiple projects offering various levels of complexity to time and within budget.
About you
To be successful in this role you will have demonstrated knowledge/experience in the waste andresource recovery industry with current knowledge of contemporary sector issues. Knowledge of hazardous waste management would be considered favourable. Additionally, you will have the ability to identify future opportunities by working collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders to achieve outcomes, link and leverage off existing and new opportunities.
How to Apply
Applicants should view the full position description attached to this advertisement and Applicant Information Guide before applying. To be considered for this role applicants must:

  • submit a detailed resume and
  • a cover letter ensuring that the full key selection criteria is addressed (see Position Description)
Applications close 11.59pm on 29 March, 2020
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