First listed on: 28 May 2024

  • Make a lasting contribution to the success of our organisation
  • Inclusive workplace environment based on culture of collaboration
  • Desirable regional lifestyle at the gateway of the coastal and alpine regions

East Gippsland Water provide an essential service to communities across the East Gippsland region offering an idyllic lifestyle location that is close to national parks, lakes, rivers and coastal regions.

Our workforce is expanding to meet our strategic goals, ensuring we are best placed to deliver on our commitments to the community in which we work and live. This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced finance professional to make a lasting contribution to the success of our organisation.

About the role

In this new role you will be responsible for the development, oversight and management of public construction procurement processes and service contracts for construction project activities at East Gippsland Water.

Reporting to the Manager of the Project Management Office, this position plays a critical role in ensuring compliance with relevant policies and procedures to ensure adherence to government requirements and procurement guidelines. As a detail-focussed finance professional, your primary focus will be driving efficiency, value for money, and best practices in procurement processes.

What can you bring to the role?

The ideal candidate is an expert in procurement, highly analytical, and committed to compliance. Your extensive contract management experience and excellent communication skills will assist you in providing guidance and advice to all business units on construction procurement and contract management related issues, as well providing valuable input to the successful delivery of projects for our community.

We are looking for the right person for our organisation, who values a genuine work culture founded on collaboration, accountability, authenticity and innovation.

Apply now!

A copy of the position description providing an overview of key requirements for the role can be found by contacting our People, Safety & Culture team on 03 5150 4444 or at Applications should include a resume and cover letter referencing the key selection criteria, and outlining your suitability for the position.

We welcome your application by Sunday 9th June 2024.

As part of our commitment to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible workplace, we strongly encourage applications from experienced women and men, people with disabilities, LGBTQI+, First Nations people, culturally, and ethnically diverse candidates to best represent and engage with communities in which we live and work. Should you require assistance with our application process please contact our People, Safety & Culture team.

This position has been classified against our Enterprise Agreement as Band 4 $91,033 - $114,351 per annum (plus 11% superannuation) dependent upon candidate qualification, skills and experience.

Shortlisted applicants may be required to undertake a pre-employment medical and a National Police Check. 

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