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Licensing and Permits OfficerDepartment of Transport
Position Title: Licensing and Permits Officer Classification: VPS Grade 3.1 Salary Range: $71,853 - $79,551 Group/Division/Branch: VFA/Management, Science, Policy & Licensing/Commercial licensing Work Location: 1 Spring St, Melbourne Vic 3000 Employment Type: Full Time Tenure: Fixed term to 11 February 2023 Further Information: Chris Padovani, Manager Fisheries Systems & Reform, 0427 353 233 About the Team The VFA is a statutory authority established to facilitate the effective management of Victoria's fisheries resources in a coordinated and strategic way that ensures their ongoing sustainability. The VFA functions to ensure that the Government, the recreational and commercial fishing sectors, and the Victorian community can share in and obtain the benefits from sustainable fisheries management.
The VFA has around 170 employees located in the Melbourne CBD, metropolitan Melbourne and across regional Victoria. About the Opportunity The position of Licensing and Permits Officer is within the Commercial licensing team within the Victorian Fisheries Authority. The position ensures that the fishery licensing and permit system runs efficiently and effectively within the legislative requirements established under the Fisheries Act 1995 and subordinate regulations.
The position requires the incumbent to possess or attain a thorough knowledge of the relevant fishery legislation and commercial fishery licensing procedures. About You A thorough knowledge of the relevant legislation relating to commercial fisheries or a highly developed aptitude in the interpretation of legislation, policies and management plans would be desirable. Well-developed interpersonal and communication (verbal and writing) skills, with the capacity to interact confidently and professionally with clients and colleagues.
Well-developed organisational skills and ability to plan and manage own work program to achieve agreed outputs, timelines, performance targets and standards. Ability to draft complex memoranda and reports. Ability and experience in the management, operation and maintenance of computerised records systems, including maintenance of data and system integrity.
Ability to analyse data and identify compliance risks. Ability to work in a team environment focused on efficient delivery of client services. Culture and Benefits The Department of Transport is committed to building a culture of developing our people to achieve great outcomes for the Victorian transport network.
We are proud of our commitment to flexible work arrangements that support different ways of working, helping employees balance work and life. We are focused on providing a workplace environment that is rewarding, enjoyable, healthy and productive for all employees, where contributions are valued and recognised, expectations are clear, and treatment is fair and equitable. More information on the PD attached.
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