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Who we are looking for

We’re looking for someone to coordinate the delivery of our maintenance planning programs by reviewing work requests, undertaking planning requirements, scheduling labour resources and forecasting planned works. You’ll manage and implement proactive and corrective works planning, and scheduling through engagement and liaison with asset owners, contractors, internal resources, and field-based maintenance teams.

We’re offering an ongoing full-time role for a Planning and Scheduling Liaison Officer. This position comes with a salary of $86,275 to $93,801 p.a. plus superannuation.

 

 Job Description

What you’ll be doing

On a day-to-day basis, you’ll be:

  • Reviewing and determining maintenance work priorities in conjunction with maintenance team leaders, asset owner/operators and asset systems.
  • Coordinating scheduled works using the work management system to schedule maintenance programs in advance.
  • Leading weekly scheduling meetings with key stakeholders and reviewing available capabilities.
  • Monitoring the progress and completion of scheduled maintenance works to improve processes and ensure realistic forecast measurements.

Desired Skills and Experience

What you’ll bring 

We’re looking for someone with:

  • Experience using and maintaining asset information systems and work management systems.
  • Trade qualifications in relevant maintenance areas such as civil, mechanical or electrical disciplines or relevant operational experience are preferred.
  • A highly organised and systemic approach to planning and scheduling works.
  • High-level documentation and reporting skills.
  • The ability to understand technical language in relation to maintenance practices.
  • Effective problem-solving skills with a sound ability to identify and effectively articulate problems and issues.

For further details, see the position description available here.

We look forward to hearing from you. if you have any questions, feel free to call Sally Obst (Manager Maintenance Centre) on 0439 645 173.

What we can offer

Putting people first comes naturally to us, and that includes the people we employ. You’ll have every opportunity to make the most of your talents, broaden your experiences and be rewarded for the great work you do. 

You’ll be offered a range of great benefits including:

  • Workplace flexibility with access to working arrangements such as hybrid work, flexible hours, purchased leave, monthly rostered days off and more.
  • An inclusive workplace culture, which embraces diversity and the benefits it brings to the workplace and life.
  • A leadership commitment to Zero Harm where the safety and wellbeing of our people and others is paramount.
  • A Health & Wellbeing program, to support your physical, mental and financial wellbeing, including our Employee Assistance Program for our people and their immediate families.
  • Extensive learning and development opportunities and access to professional development through associations such as CPA, IWC, WSAA, VicWater, and more.

We’re an equal opportunity employer. Our commitment to creating and supporting an inclusive culture is reflected in our diverse mix of talented people who are passionate about delivering their best.

We welcome applications from everyone including people with a disability, job seekers of all ages, carers, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, members of the LGBTI+ community, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

We are

Ready to find out about our employee benefits? Visit Our Careers page and discover more about us.

How you can apply 

Applications close: 11:59pm Sunday 14 April 2024 

Click APPLY and you will be taken through to the Wannon Water Careers Portal to complete your application. Once there, you will be prompted to answer a few simple questions and upload your cover letter and resume.

As part of your cover letter, please outline how your skills and experience meet the role requirements (as outlined in the position description).