PPE Project Officer (multiple positions)
PPE Project Officer (multiple positions) $98,396 - $119,052 (Plus Superannuation) Fixed term / 10 months Usual hours of work: Full Time (flexibility may be available) Usual work location: 121 Exhibition Street, Melbourne (flexibility may be available) The position of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Project Officer forms a part of the Industry Development and Participation Branch within the Jobs, Innovation and Business Engagement (JIBE) Group. The position sits within the Industry Development and Participation (IDP) branch which includes industry development, several sector teams such as Advanced Manufacturing and Food and Fibre and the administration of the Local Jobs First policy. The PPE Project Officer will manage day to day stockpiles of PPE, track supply, invoices and re-stocking.
You will manage the tracking of all orders made with supplies to ensure supply meets with demand and manage end to end request and supply processes. Applicants will require a demonstrated experience in logistic coordination, stakeholder management, and be able to monitor and report against stock levels, requests and expenditure. Excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability identify, mitigate and monitor risks in supply and demand chains will be vital to your success, along with the ability to work through complexity and problem solve.
The role will work across multiple internal and external stakeholders and as a member of a team. Reporting to the Director Health Sourcing and Domestic Supply, the key accountabilities of the role include: Manage day to day stockpiles of PPE including tracking all orders made with supplies to ensure supply meets with demand, invoicing and re-stocking supplies. Lead the coordination of the logistics supply chain for PPE stockpile including tracking all orders with suppliers and ensuring supplies can meet within agreed contract timelines.
Manage communications with internal stakeholders and industry suppliers, ensuring all offers and request are followed up and tracked for reporting purposes. Develop and produce supply and demand reports and financial reports on expenditure including the identification and monitoring risks. As a member of a team, demonstrate departmental values of accountability, respect, and integrity working collaboratively with colleagues and stakeholders.
For a confidential discussion, please call Rebecca Skinner, Director Industry Participation on 0447 987 628. Successful candidates will be required to undergo a National Police Records Check prior to commencing employment with the Department. For further information on the position, please refer to the attached position description.
How to Apply Please click the ‘Apply Now' button. As part of the application process, you will need to provide a copy of your resume and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria outlined in the position description. Applications close at midnight on 6 September 2020.