Executive Officer NSW
The Executive Officer will be responsible for stakeholder engagement with the following group of industries in NSW.
- Animal Care and Management
- Meat Processing
- Racing and Breeding
- Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management
- Food, Beverage and Pharmaceutical.
The successful applicant will work closely with and be well-supported by a Management Committee, comprised of representatives of Skills Impact, MINTRAC and ForestWorks (the consortium).
- This is a pivotal role managing strategic stakeholder strategy, service delivery and relationships
- It will suit an experienced stakeholder manager with highly developed communications, information and issues management skills.
- Applicant must be located in NSW, either metro or regional NSW.
To be successful in this role you will need to possess or rapidly develop broad industry knowledge focused on industry structures, key organisations and people and have responsibility for building strong and effective relationships with stakeholders relevant to ITAB responsibilities.
You must be able to show that you can:
- Plan and implement strategic engagement plans, with or without the ability to travel.
- Provide advice on skills and learning standards development outcomes and processes based on a high level of understanding of the training system at both a state and national level.
- Provide quality consultation and research outcomes as evidence to support positions and projects.
- Be adaptable and responsive to change, able to manage competing and changing priorities and set own work schedules to deliver outcomes.
- Be the primary point of liaison with the client and ensure delivery of all ITAB contract obligations.
How to apply:
To apply, please view the advertisement on SEEK and follow the prompts to submit your application.
Please apply by close of business Monday 11 January 2021.
Why work for us?
If you care about occupational skills standards and their role in the training and development of Australia’s workforce, Skills Impact could be a good fit for you. Join a team of dedicated people working with industry, government and registered training organisations to improve Australia’s vocational qualifications and skills standards. With work environments constantly changing, up to date training is essential for passing on the skills employees’ need to stay safe and productive.
Who Should Apply?
Skills Impact is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from people of all backgrounds. While many of our staff have come from the sectors we work with or the education system, their experience covers a wide range of roles and industries and they bring with them skills that we need in our work. They share an adaptable, inquisitive and conscientious approach to their work and a commitment to open and respectful collaboration. The ideal candidate for any role at Skills Impact would share these traits, supporting our commitment to working in ways that are trustworthy, flexible and transparent.
You can read more about our team here.