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Manager Operations Programming

Manager Operations Programming

Job Title: Manager Operations Programming
Contract Type: Permanent Full Time
Location: Charters Towers, Queensland
Industry:
Salary: Negotiable
Reference: BBBH640_1555569544
Contact Name: Bernard Maude
Contact Email: bernard.maude@leadingroles.com.au
Job Published: April 18, 2019 16:39

Job Description

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Charters Towers Regional Council is seeking a Manager Operations Programming to take a leading role in the management of infrastructure and open space assets. The Manager Operations Planning will bring a strategic approach to roads, drainage and open space asset management plans. They will provide high level support to the Director Infrastructure Services and the Executive Leadership Team of the council.

This is a 5 year performance based contract.

In this newly created role you will be responsible for developing the 5-year operational works program that will facilitate improvements in the quality of infrastructure services delivery for the council and the community.

You will use your technical expertise as a degree qualified civil engineer to test asset data and have the opportunity to innovate and try new and novel ideas. You will be able to utilise the resources in your team of Quality, Laboratory, Asset and Survey Officers to resolve management plans. Your strong design and 12D capability will be an asset.

Council is offering an excellent remuneration package, which reflects the significance of this position to the organisation and community, and to attract the highest calibre candidates.

Apply with your CV and a cover letter specifically addressing the requirements of the position as outlined in the position description and the information pack. Applications should be provided in Word (.doc or .docx) format.

Applications close at 5pm, Monday 13 May 2019