Major Projects Lead - Bayside City Council

  • Apply your project management expertise to lead delivery of major projects
  • Contribute to continuous improvement of processes
  • Use your relationship-building skills to collaborate across the organisation

Bayside City Council is a unique municipality renowned for its natural environment, 'village feel' and low density living located south of Melbourne's CBD. Home to over 100,000 residents, Bayside City Council's enduring purpose is: extraordinary places, thriving communities, better futures. Their vision is to become the sector-leading organisation delivering outstanding customer experience and community outcomes. To support this evolution a role has become available for a Major Projects Lead to develop deliver and implement major infrastructure projects across Council.

Reporting to the Manager Project Services, the Major Projects Lead will be responsible for the pre-planning to delivery of Council's Major Projects portfolio. The role will partner with the EPMO to manage, maintain, and continuously improve the project management framework, provide specialist advice and monitoring to support compliance, manage contracts and contractors, and provide leadership to the Senior Project Manager - Major Projects roles. Your strong technical ability in pre-planning through to project delivery will enable you to take the lead in driving projects through the lifecycle, ensuring smooth delivery for Council and the community.

An experienced leader in complex project environments, the Major Projects Lead will have a sound understanding of design and construction methodologies, as well as the ability to confidently manage contractors. Importantly, your excellent collaboration, communication and facilitation skills will enable you to deliver important projects to the community.

For a copy of the Success Profile to this role, please click the following link: Profile - Major Project Lead - Bayside City Council.pdf

To apply for this role, please visit and search for the job. For further information or a confidential discussion, please contact Seamus Scanlon on 0455 118 868 or Carla Bent on 0422 582 992.