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The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) is one of South Australia’s largest organisations with assets in excess of $13 billion, an annual operating budget exceeding $1.1 billion and a capital program of $670 million with more than 3000 employees. We are delivering the biggest public transport investment in South Australia's history through a series of projects spanning 10 years.

DPTI recognises the benefits that a diverse and inclusive culture brings for our staff and customers in delivering the future of South Australia. We welcome and encourage applications from diverse community groups and ages including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTIQ, people with disabilities, women and other diversity groups.

The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for each vacancy.

The SA Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer and safety is a core value.

Current jobs available in the department are listed on this page.

Click on a job title for more information about each vacancy.

JOB TITLE SALARY DETAILS LOCATION TENURE OF VACANCY CLOSING DATE QUALIFICATIONS

Team Leader Intelligent Transport Systems

ASO7/PO4
$100,059 to $111,705 pa + Superannuation

Norwood

Temporary Appointment
(Up to 12 months)

2 November 2018

Yes

Vacancy No. 328196 (ASO7)
Vacancy No. 328197 (PO4)

The Team Leader Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) provides high level and strategic professional and planning advice into the development and implementation of complex Intelligent Transport Systems initiatives that improve the operation of transport. The role is required to work under broad direction and undertake action in the application of ITS to solve traffic issues through smarter use of existing infrastructure. A key aspect is to provide expert advice to Major Projects Group in the integration of ITS on all major road projects, and the liaison with key stakeholders within the department, interstate road and transport agencies and industry. The role is important with the increasing use of information and communications technologies (ICT) by the department and its industry partners in providing transport outcomes and services.

Requirements
PO4:
A professional engineering degree is essential.

A current driver’s licence is required. Out of hours work and inter/intrastate travel necessitating overnight absences may be required on an occasional basis. This role has been classified as a position of trust and the incumbent is subject to a satisfactory criminal history / record check in line with departmental policies and procedures. This role is a dual call and is being called at the ASO7 and PO4 classification levels in which the successful applicant will be appointed at a classification level commensurate with their qualifications and experience.

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit an application of no more than two pages and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment.

In accordance with the Public Sector Act 2009, the successful applicant will be employed at the classification level and may be transferred to other roles over time in line with our organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

Enquiries to:
Mr Mark Sutton
Unit Manager, Traffic Management Centre

Telephone:
(08) 8226 8222

Email:
mark.shotton@sa.gov.au

Applications to:
Recruitment and Employment, (GPO Box 1533) Adelaide SA 5001

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2600

Email: dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

Role Statement ASO7
Role Statement PO4
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

Senior Systems Officer

ASO5
$79,030 to $88,097 pa + Superannuation

Netley

Temporary Appointment
(Up to 12 months)

2 November 2018

Yes

Vacancy No. 328195

The Senior Systems Officer contributes to the efficient and effective operation of various Facilities Services business activities and programs by monitoring and reporting against key performance areas. The delivery of innovative improvements to Facilities Services Branch Business Systems, is another requirement of this role which will be achieved by reviewing, analysing and recommending solutions to business processes. The role requires the ability to extract information from various IT systems, interrogate/manipulate data and produce various management reports to allow strategic analysis and decision making.


Requirements
To be eligible for this role, applicants must:

  • possess a relevant degree in Information Technology
  • have experience in system development lifecycle, advanced programming including SQL, advanced Excel including database connectivity and pivot tables
  • have experience in Business Intelligence including data warehouses, ETL, data modelling, operational and dashboard reporting, and with researching and recommending system architecture
  • possess a current SA driver’s licence
  • be willing to work outside normal hours and travel intra/interstate involving overnight absences
  • be willing to undertake a pre-employment employment screening

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit an application of no more than two pages and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment.

In accordance with the Public Sector Act 2009, the successful applicant will be employed at the classification level and may be transferred to other roles over time in line with our organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

Enquiries to:
Mr Frank Prestia
Business Systems Manager

Telephone:
(08) 8226 4586

Email:
frank.prestia@sa.gov.au

Applications to:
Ms Pam Langford
PO Box 296
Plympton SA 5038

Email: pam.langford@sa.gov.au

Role Statement
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

South Australian Transport Subsidy Scheme (SATSS) Support Officer

ASO2
$53,815 to $58,003 pa + Superannuation

Mile End

Temporary Appointment
(Up to 4 months)

24 October 2018

No

Vacancy No. 328013

The South Australian Transport Subsidy Scheme (SATSS) Support Officer is accountable for:

  • maintaining the SATSS voucher register
  • verifying SATSS payments and reporting discrepancies
  • archiving SATSS vouchers
  • maintaining and auditing the Journey to Work (JTW) and Tertiary Education Assistance Schemes (TEAS)
  • preparing and processing invoice requests through the Standard Invoicing System and Basware
  • conducting audits on member voucher usage for JTW and TEAS and action outcomes
  • preparing correspondence to internal and external stakeholders
  • support the SATSS and Concessions Administrator and the Data Processing / Call Centre
  • auditing of late lodgements and recommend action
  • resolving interstate subsidy payment issues; and
  • running and analysing ordering of voucher books and membership cards.

Requirements
This role has been classified as a position of trust and the incumbent is subject to a satisfactory criminal history / record check in line with departmental policies and procedures.

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit an application of no more than two pages and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment.

In accordance with the Public Sector Act 2009, the successful applicant will be employed at the classification level and may be transferred to other roles over time in line with our organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

Enquiries to:
Ms Deidre Davis
SATSS Financial Control Officer

Telephone:
(08) 7109 8119

Email:
deidre.davis2@sa.gov.au

Applications to:

Recruitment and Employment, (GPO Box 1533) Adelaide SA 5001

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2600

Email:
dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

Role Statement
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

Senior Facilities Manager

OPS7
$90,984 to $96,343 pa + Superannuation

Port Augusta

Ongoing Appointment

2 November 2018

No

Vacancy No. 327195

The Senior Facilities Manager manages projects, risk, works programs, contractors and project teams in the development and provision of total facilities management services across multiple government agencies in accordance with the Across Government Facilities Management Arrangements (AGFMA). The role delivers a responsive single point of contact to client agencies, interprets and provides expert building, technical and procedural advice, and ensures all works are undertaken in accordance with Australian Standards, Codes of Practice, government policy and relevant legislation. The Senior Facilities Manger identifies, analyses and manages service delivery and contractual risks for building projects and facilities management programs and monitors and manages Facilities Managers work load and performance.

Requirements
A current driver's licence is essential. Some work outside normal hours and inter/intrastate travel involving overnight absences may be required. This role has been classifies as a position of trust and the incumbent is subject to a satisfactory criminal history / record check in line with departmental polices and procedures.

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit an application of no more than two pages and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment.

In accordance with the Public Sector Act 2009, the successful applicant will be employed at the classification level and may be transferred to other roles over time in line with our organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

Enquiries to:
Mr Kevin Stewart
Operations Manager

Telephone:
(08) 8226 4451

Email:
kevin.stewart2@sa.gov.au

Applications to:

Ms Pam Langford
PO Box 296
Plympton SA 5038

Email: pam.langford@sa.gov.au

Role Statement
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

Manager, IS Operational Services

MAS3
$118,667 pa + Superannuation

Adelaide CBD

Ongoing Appointment

30 October 2018

No

Vacancy No. 327839

The Manager, IS Operational Services leads the IT Service and Operational delivery teams, across the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure's (DPTI) and extensive state-wide communications environment, server infrastructure and end user computing. The role makes an essential contribution to meeting critical high profile business needs and the continued improvement and advancement of the IT capabilities, practices and technology supporting the agency.

Key areas of focus include:

  • ensuring effective incident response and problem resolution
  • provision of an enterprise standard service desk
  • effective provision of End User Computing services
  • ensuring network, server, storage and backup infrastructure environments are effectively managed
  • ensuring an effective IT value chain, from the Department's outsourced IT services and cloud services, through to end services
  • resource planning across operational services
  • service level management and continuous improvement
  • management of ICT asset lifecycles including hardware and software procurement and lease.

The Manager, IS Operational Services delivers leadership for a range of technical services to support the effective operation of information system platforms and services across the agency. The role also leads the provision of data centre services, capacity planning, facilitates the provision of technical infrastructure, information systems continuity planning and disaster recovery functions to agreed service levels.

The scope and functions of this role are critical to the achievement of DPTI goals and strategies for the delivery of information services across the agency, particularly in terms of its impact on the delivery of critical operational information systems management and support services. It is critical that the role exercises high level leadership and vision in order to develop and implement innovative and effective strategies, plans and changes, manage significant organisational and political challenges, risks and competing priorities, and to champion the agency's principles of respect, collaboration and excellence.

Requirements
This role has been classified as a position of trust and the incumbent is subject to a satisfactory criminal history / record check in line with departmental policies and procedures.

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit an application of no more than two pages and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment.

In accordance with the Public Sector Act 2009, the successful applicant will be employed at the classification level and may be transferred to other roles over time in line with our organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

Enquiries to:
Mr Richard Hill
Chief Technology Officer

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2582

Email:
richard.hill@sa.gov.au

Applications to:

Recruitment and Employment, (GPO Box 1533) Adelaide SA 5001

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2600

Email: dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

Role Statement
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

Suburban Train Driver (Pool) (Aboriginal and Torres Islander)

$997.24 to $1,438.16 pw + Superannuation

Adelaide

Multiple Vacancies
Ongoing Appointment

9 November 2018

No

Vacancy No. 327795

You can contribute to an inclusive and innovative government department that oversees planning, transport and infrastructure in our State. We are looking for candidates focused on safety, who will bring their energy, skills and knowledge to make South Australia the best it can be – joining our team already dedicated to this task.

The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure’s (DPTI) rail network carries more than 20 million passengers every year and operates in excess of 3,200 services per week. DPTI is seeking to establish a pool of Trainee Suburban Train Drivers for a period of 12 months. Successful candidates will be placed in the pool and may be appointed as opportunities arise.

Your responsibilities
The Suburban Train Driver is responsible for operating all classes of railcars across the Adelaide metropolitan rail network, in accordance with safe working rules, regulations and procedures.

Functions include driving and preparing vehicles for operation with responsibility for the safe and efficient operation of railcars, adhering to timetabled services and delivering excellent customer service to ensure passengers enjoy a safe, reliable and timely means of transport.

This is a safety critical role and requires all successful applicants to meet pre-employment assessments, along with an interview, satisfactory criminal history check, medical examination and reference checks.

To be a successful candidate, you will be willing to work a seven day rotating roster, have well-developed skills in the areas of communication, problem solving and innovative thinking. You will be prepared to be challenged, accountable, work collaboratively with team members, have the ability to work under extreme pressure and adhere to rigorous safety standards.

If you are highly motivated, passionate, dedicated, willing to work weekends and public holidays and have excellent customer service skills, we would like to hear from you.

Requirements
To be eligible for this role, candidates must:

  • be Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander;
  • be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or have a visa which allows you to work in Australia;
  • be willing to work in shifts, in accordance with a seven day rotating roster over 365 days per year, including early mornings, nights, weekends and public holidays;
  • have excellent concentration skills and the ability to maintain vigilance over extended periods;
  • be willing to undertake a pre-employment medical and criminal history clearance; and
  • hold a current unrestricted Driver’s Licence.

These roles will be filled by Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people as an equal opportunity program, as per Section 65 of the Public Sector Act 2009.

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit a completed pre-screening application/questionnaire and curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition, applicants are required to complete a cover sheet quoting the vacancy number of the role for which they are applying. All applicants need to complete and return an employment declaration with their application for employment.

An information session will be held on Monday, 29 October 2018. To register your interest for this session, please contact Ms Keisha Weetra.

Enquiries to:
Ms Keisha Weetra
Recruitment Officer

Telephone:
(08) 7109 7320

Applications to:

Recruitment and Employment, (GPO Box 1533) Adelaide SA 5001

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2600

Email:
dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

Role Statement
Confirmation of Aboriginality
Pre-Screening Questionnaire
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

Suburban Train Driver (Pool)

$997.24 to $1,438.16 pw + Superannuation

Adelaide

Multiple Vacancies
Ongoing Appointment

9 November 2018

No

Vacancy No. 327789

You can contribute to an inclusive and innovative government department that oversees planning, transport and infrastructure in our State. We are looking for candidates focused on safety, who will bring their energy, skills and knowledge to make South Australia the best it can be – joining our team already dedicated to this task.

The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure’s (DPTI) rail network carries more than 20 million passengers every year and operates in excess of 3,200 services per week. DPTI is seeking to establish a pool of Trainee Suburban Train Drivers for a period of 12 months. Successful candidates will be placed in the pool and may be appointed as opportunities arise.

Your responsibilities
The Suburban Train Driver is responsible for operating all classes of railcars across the Adelaide metropolitan rail network, in accordance with safe working rules, regulations and procedures.

Functions include driving and preparing vehicles for operation with responsibility for the safe and efficient operation of railcars, adhering to timetabled services and delivering excellent customer service to ensure passengers enjoy a safe, reliable and timely means of transport.

This is a safety critical role and requires all successful applicants to meet pre-employment assessments, along with an interview, satisfactory criminal history check, medical examination and reference checks.

To be a successful candidate, you will be willing to work a seven day rotating roster, have well-developed skills in the areas of communication, problem solving and innovative thinking. You will be prepared to be challenged, accountable, work collaboratively with team members, have the ability to work under extreme pressure and adhere to rigorous safety standards.

If you are highly motivated, passionate, dedicated, willing to work weekends and public holidays and have excellent customer service skills, we would like to hear from you.

Requirements
To be eligible for this role, candidates must:

  • be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or have a visa which allows you to work in Australia;
  • be willing to work in shifts, in accordance with a seven day rotating roster over 365 days per year, including early mornings, nights, weekends and public holidays;
  • have excellent concentration skills and the ability to maintain vigilance over extended periods;
  • be willing to undertake a pre-employment medical and criminal history clearance; and
  • hold a current unrestricted Driver’s Licence.

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit a completed pre-screening application/questionnaire and curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition, applicants are required to complete a cover sheet quoting the vacancy number of the role for which they are applying. All applicants need to complete and return an employment declaration with their application for employment.

Enquiries to:
Mr Peter Greaves
Team Leader, Fleet and Depot

Telephone:
(08) 7109 7409

Applications to:

Recruitment and Employment, (GPO Box 1533) Adelaide SA 5001

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2600

Email:
dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

Role Statement
Pre-Screening Questionnaire
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

Senior Transport Planner

PO4
$102,496 to $111,705 pa + Superannuation

Adelaide CBD

Ongoing Appointment

29 October 2018

Yes

Vacancy No. 327677

The Senior Transport Planner will undertake planning investigations and studies to identify and develop integrated transport solution options for priority transport initiatives, prepare business cases that incorporate complex economic, social and environmental analysis for funding consideration, and contribute to the delivery of expert transport planning advice. The role supports the Unit Manager, Planning in the delivery of project goals and objectives by working autonomously or as part of a planning team, and will consult extensively with a broad range of agency, state and national stakeholders, community groups and the public.

Requirements
A degree in engineering providing eligibility for membership as a Professional Engineer of the Institution of Engineers, Australia is essential. Some out-of-hours work will be required and intra/interstate travel necessitating overnight absence may be required.

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit an application of no more than two pages and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment.

In accordance with the Public Sector Act 2009, the successful applicant will be employed at the classification level and may be transferred to other roles over time in line with our organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

Enquiries to:
Ms Megan Huxtable
Manger, Capital Initiatives

Telephone:
(08) 7109 7285

Email:
megan.huxtable@sa.gov.au

Applications to:

Recruitment and Employment, (GPO Box 1533) Adelaide SA 5001

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2600

Email:
dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

Role Statement
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

Senior Project Officer, Shared Vision

ASO5
$79,030 to $88,097 pa + Superannuation

Kidman Park

Temporary Appointment
(Up to 18 months)

29 October 2018

No

Vacancy No.

The Office for Recreation, Sport and Racing (ORSR) is the lead agency for the Government's policy on sport and active recreation. ORSR is responsible for State Government policy and legislation as it relates to the sector, its key programs, sport and recreation infrastructure and funding programs. The ORSR supports sport and recreation organisations, Councils and the community through the development of policy, programs and resources, the provision of funding, recreation and sport planning, infrastructure development, elite sport pathways and the promotion of physical activity.

Key DutiesThe Senior Project Officer, Shared Vision is responsible for the delivery of a "Shared Vision" for the sport and recreation industry. This senior, project-based position will engage and support an external committee to consider the opportunities and barriers faced by the industry at large. The engagement project will require formal terms of reference, extensive consultation and research and will result in a strategic document that articulates a common platform and strategic direction for sport and recreation in South Australia. The "Shared Vision" will help stakeholders understand emerging issues relevant to sport and recreation and provide guidance for further strategic planning at the stakeholder level. The "Shared Vision" also be used to inform all portfolio areas across government of the issues and aspirations of sport and recreation and to justify targeted investment.

Requirements
To be eligible for this role, applicant must:

  • Essential
    • have a detailed knowledge of engagement techniques and high level experience providing executive officer support to committees
    • have a detailed knowledge and understanding of sport and recreation
    • possess a current SA driver's licence
    • be willing to work outside normal office hours and travel intra/interstate
    • be willing to undertake a pre-employment employment screening
  • Desirable
    • Relevant tertiary qualifications

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit an application of no more than two pages and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment.

In accordance with the Public Sector Act 2009, the successful applicant will be employed at the classification level and may be transferred to other roles over time in line with our organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

Enquiries to:
Ms Michelle Crisp
Manager, Industry Insights

Telephone:
(08) 8457 1421

Email:
michelle.crisp@sa.gov.au

Applications to:

Recruitment and Employment, (GPO Box 1533) Adelaide SA 5001

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2600

Email: dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

Role Statement
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

Senior Procurement Business Partner (Infrastructure Maintenance)

ASO6
$90,984 to $96,343 pa + Superannuation

Adelaide CBD

Ongoing Appointment

23 October 2018

No

Vacancy No. 327076

The Senior Procurement Business Partner (Infrastructure Maintenance) will be part of the Procurement and Contracting Directorate, supporting value-driven procurements to achieve positive outcomes for the State. The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) manages the construction and ongoing maintenance of South Australia's road, rail, bridge and marine infrastructure. With a large asset base and an ongoing pipeline of infrastructure projects, this role offers great opportunities for professional growth and development of commercial skills through exposure to a diverse range of procurement and contracting strategies. The Senior Procurement Business Partner will be supported by a team of procurement and contract management professionals, and will work closely with the department's project delivery and asset management staff to develop and apply a range of procurement solutions in response to business requirements. The successful candidate will have:

  • experience in infrastructure-related procurement, projects and/or transferrable asset management skills and experience
  • a commitment to support the Department's business
  • excellent customer service and high energy which are critical qualities to successfully support the Department's varied procurement and contract management services

Proven experience in the activities captured in the role statement under the headings Procurement, Relationships Management, and Risks and Project Management will be highly regarded.

Requirements
Tertiary Qualifications in a relevant discipline to facilitate commercially aware procurement services or Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply (MCIPS) is desirable. This role has been classified as a position of trust and the incumbent is subject to a satisfactory criminal history / record check in line with departmental policies and procedures.

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit an application of no more than two pages and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment.

In accordance with the Public Sector Act 2009, the successful applicant will be employed at the classification level and may be transferred to other roles over time in line with our organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

Enquiries to:
Ms Chrystelle Le Chenadec
Team Leader, Infrastructure Maintenance

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2758

Email:

chrystelle.lechenadec2@sa.gov.au

Applications to:

Recruitment and Employment, (GPO Box 1533) Adelaide SA 5001

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2600

Email:
dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

Role Statement
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

Unit Manager, Planning

PO5
$115,454 to $120,908 pa + Superannuation

Adelaide CBD

Ongoing Appointment

23 October 2018

Yes

Vacancy No. 327170

The Unit Manager, Planning is accountable for the strategic leadership and management of the Planning Unit by leading and contributing to major projects with an emphasis on leading the planning and development of priority transport initiatives. From concept planning through to strategic business case and achievement of funding commitments for their implementation, whilst also maintaining the integrity of strategic capital investment projects throughout the planning and implementation process. The Unit Manager, Planning reports to the Manager, Infrastructure Planning and Investment, but operates as a senior professional specialist with a high level of professional independence under broad policy guidelines. The role also requires extensive consultation with a broad range of agency, state and national stakeholders, (including all three tiers of Government), professional bodies, industry and community groups, and the general public.

Requirements
A degree level qualification in Engineering or other relevant is required. A current driver's licence is essential. Some out-of-hours work will be required and intra/interstate travel necessitating overnight absences may be required.

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit an application of no more than two pages and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment.

In accordance with the Public Sector Act 2009, the successful applicant will be employed at the classification level and may be transferred to other roles over time in line with our organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

Enquiries to:
Ms Megan Huxtable
Manager, Capital Initiatives

Telephone:
(08) 7109 7285

Email:
megan.huxtable@sa.gov.au

Applications to:

Recruitment and Employment, (GPO Box 1533) Adelaide SA 5001

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2600

Email:
dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

Role Statement
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

Principal Consultant IR (Pool)

ASO7
$100,059 to $108,307 pa + Superannuation

Adelaide CBD

Multiple Vacancies
Temporary Appointment
(Up to 12 months)

Applications are now being accepted

No

Vacancy No. 326347

The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure is looking to establish a pool of motivated individuals with experience in managing a broad range of human resource and industrial relations matters. We are a high performing, diverse team who value collaboration, innovation and agile thinking. We will work with you to support the development of your career and the skills and capabilities you need.

Successful candidates will be placed in the pool for a period of 12 months and may be appointed as opportunities for up to 12 months in duration arise. Vacancies will be filled depending on the organisational needs and opportunities may be offered on a full time or part time basis. Please note vacancies for the temporary pool are being advertised from the ASO3 to the ASO7 levels; should you wish to apply for more than one classification level.

The Principal Consultant, IR is responsible for representation and assistance to the organisation on employment law, enterprise bargaining agreements and industrial relations matters. The role will utilise highly developed skills in negotiation and dispute resolution. Further, the Principal Consultant, IR will provide and facilitate expert advice and support to managers and staff on complex industrial and employee relations matters which effectively manage risks and align with the organisation’s culture. To succeed in this role, you will have demonstrated the ability to think strategically with a high level of innovative and analytical problem-solving skills. You will have a passion for communicating and influencing at all levels and building trust and strong value based relationships with key stakeholders. Previous experience working in a fast paced environment, representation in industrial tribunals and the provision of coaching to senior management, will be highly regarded.

Requirements
A minimum of five years’ experience in a similar role is essential. Some out-of-hours work will be required. Intra/interstate travel necessitating overnight absences may be required.

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit a written application of no more than two pages broadly addressing the key outcomes of the role and the person capabilities as detailed within the role statement and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition all applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment. The SA Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer and safety is a core value.

In accordance with the Public Sector Act 2009, the successful applicant will be employed at the classification level and may be transferred to other roles over time in line with our organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

Enquiries to:
Ms Ashleigh Easthope
Executive Assistant

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2027

Email:
ashleigh.easthope@sa.gov.au

Applications to:

Recruitment and Employment, (GPO Box 1533) Adelaide SA 5001

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2600

Email:
dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

Role Statement
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

IR Consultant (Pool)

ASO6
$90,984 to $96,343 pa + Superannuation

Adelaide CBD

Multiple Vacancies
Temporary Appointment
(Up to 12 months)

Applications are now being accepted

No

Vacancy No. 326346

The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure is looking to establish a pool of motivated individuals with experience in managing a broad range of human resource and industrial relations matters. We are a high performing, diverse team who value collaboration, innovation and agile thinking. We will work with you to support the development of your career and the skills and capabilities you need.

Successful candidates will be placed in the pool for a period of 12 months and may be appointed as opportunities for up to 12 months in duration arise. Vacancies will be filled depending on the organisational needs and opportunities may be offered on a full time or part time basis. Please note vacancies for the temporary pool are being advertised from the ASO3 to the ASO7 levels; should you wish to apply for more than one classification level.

The IR Consultant is responsible for providing advisory and consultancy services on a diverse range of complex and sensitive employment law, enterprise bargaining agreements and industrial relations matters. The role will provide expert advice and support to managers and staff on industrial and employee relations matters. The role includes the undertaking of critical, sensitive and complex research and analysis. This work contributes to the provision of a flexible and adaptable workforce within the relevant legislation, industrial instruments and across-government policies and priorities. To succeed in this role, you will have demonstrated the ability to think strategically and have analytical problem-solving skills and high level writing skills. You will have a passion for building trust and strong relationships with key stakeholders. Previous experience working in a fast paced environment, representation in industrial tribunals matters and the provision of coaching to senior management, will be highly regarded.

Requirements
Relevant discipline experience is essential. Some out-of-hours work will be required. Intra/interstate travel necessitating overnight absences may be required.

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit a written application of no more than two pages broadly addressing the key outcomes of the role and the person capabilities as detailed within the role statement and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition all applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment. The SA Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer and safety is a core value.

In accordance with the Public Sector Act 2009, the successful applicant will be employed at the classification level and may be transferred to other roles over time in line with our organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

Enquiries to:
Ms Ashleigh Easthope
Executive Assistant

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2027

Email:
ashleigh.easthope@sa.gov.au

Applications to:

Recruitment and Employment, (GPO Box 1533) Adelaide SA 5001

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2600

Email:
dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

Role Statement
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

Principal Consultant HR (Pool)

ASO7
$100,059 to $108,307 pa + Superannuation

Adelaide CBD

Multiple Vacancies
Temporary Appointment
(Up to 12 months)

Applications are now being accepted

No

Vacancy No. 326345

The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure is looking to establish a pool of motivated individuals with experience in managing a broad range of human resource and industrial relations matters. We are a high performing, diverse team who value collaboration, innovation and agile thinking. We will work with you to support the development of your career and the skills and capabilities you need.

Successful candidates will be placed in the pool for a period of 12 months and may be appointed as opportunities for up to 12 months in duration arise. Vacancies will be filled depending on the organisational needs and opportunities may be offered on a full time or part time basis. Please note vacancies for the temporary pool are being advertised from the ASO3 to the ASO7 levels; should you wish to apply for more than one classification level.

The Principal Consultant, HR is accountable for the delivery of effective human resource practices though the leadership of the Human Resources team. The role will be responsible for providing and coordinating expert advisory and consultancy services on a diverse range of complex and sensitive human resource and industrial relations matters through a HR Business Partnership model. Further, the role will oversee the management of complex case management matters, industrial matters and support change management initiatives. To succeed in this role, you will have demonstrated the ability to think strategically with a high level of innovative and analytical problem-solving skills. You will have a passion for communicating and influencing at all levels and building trust and strong value based relationships with key stakeholders. Previous experience working in a fast paced environment and involvement in complex case management matters, particularly performance management will be highly regarded.

Requirements
A minimum of five years’ experience in a similar role is essential. Some out-of-hours work will be required. Intra/interstate travel necessitating overnight absences may be required.

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit a written application of no more than two pages broadly addressing the key outcomes of the role and the person capabilities as detailed within the role statement and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition all applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment. The SA Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer and safety is a core value.

In accordance with the Public Sector Act 2009, the successful applicant will be employed at the classification level and may be transferred to other roles over time in line with our organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

Enquiries to:
Ms Ashleigh Easthope
Executive Assistant

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2027

Email:
ashleigh.easthope@sa.gov.au

Applications to:

Recruitment and Employment, (GPO Box 1533) Adelaide SA 5001

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2600

Email:
dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

Role Statement
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

HR Business Partner (Pool)

ASO6
$90,984 to $96,343 pa + Superannuation

Adelaide CBD

Multiple Vacancies
Temporary Appointment
(Up to 12 months)

Applications are now being accepted

No

Vacancy No. 326344

The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure is looking to establish a pool of motivated individuals with experience in managing a broad range of human resource and industrial relations matters. We are a high performing, diverse team who value collaboration, innovation and agile thinking. We will work with you to support the development of your career and the skills and capabilities you need.

Successful candidates will be placed in the pool for a period of 12 months and may be appointed as opportunities for up to 12 months in duration arise. Vacancies will be filled depending on the organisational needs and opportunities may be offered on a full time or part time basis. Please note vacancies for the temporary pool are being advertised from the ASO3 to the ASO7 levels; should you wish to apply for more than one classification level.

The HR Business Partner is responsible for providing advisory and consultancy services on a diverse range of complex and sensitive human resource and industrial relations matters. This role is required to work collaboratively with the HR team and a variety of stakeholders across a diverse portfolio to deliver HR outcomes which reflect the Department’s objectives. Key elements of the role will include effective business partnering with senior management, leading and developing a small team of HR professionals, complex case management, in particular relating to performance management, medical incapacity and misconduct, providing HR advice and business solutions, coaching managers, partnering with Industrial Relations to deliver industrial advice and developing and implementing change management strategies. To succeed in this role, you will have demonstrated the ability to think strategically, have analytical problem-solving skills and high level writing skills. You will have a passion for building trust and strong relationships with key stakeholders. Previous experience working in a fast paced environment and involvement in case management matters, particularly performance management and the provision of coaching to senior management, will be highly regarded.

Requirements
Relevant discipline experience is essential. Some out-of-hours work will be required. Intra/interstate travel necessitating overnight absences may be required.

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit a written application of no more than two pages broadly addressing the key outcomes of the role and the person capabilities as detailed within the role statement and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition all applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment. The SA Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer and safety is a core value.

In accordance with the Public Sector Act 2009, the successful applicant will be employed at the classification level and may be transferred to other roles over time in line with our organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

Enquiries to:
Ms Ashleigh Easthope
Executive Assistant

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2027

Email:
ashleigh.easthope@sa.gov.au

Applications to:

Recruitment and Employment, (GPO Box 1533) Adelaide SA 5001

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2600

Email:
dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

Role Statement
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

HR/IR Consultant (Pool)

ASO4
$70,635 to $74,116 pa + Superannuation

Adelaide CBD

Multiple Vacancies
Temporary Appointment
(Up to 12 months)

Applications are now being accepted

No

Vacancy No. 326342

The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure is looking to establish a pool of motivated individuals with experience in managing a broad range of human resource and industrial relations matters. We are a high performing, diverse team who value collaboration, innovation and agile thinking. We will work with you to support the development of your career and the skills and capabilities you need.

Successful candidates will be placed in the pool for a period of 12 months and may be appointed as opportunities for up to 12 months in duration arise. Vacancies will be filled depending on the organisational needs and opportunities may be offered on a full time or part time basis. Please note vacancies for the temporary pool are being advertised from the ASO3 to the ASO7 levels; should you wish to apply for more than one classification level.

The HR/IR Consultant is responsible for providing and coordinating advisory and consultancy services on a diverse range of complex and sensitive human resource and industrial relations matters. This work contributes to the provision of a flexible and adaptable workforce within the relevant legislation, industrial instruments and across-government policies and priorities, as well as the effective and efficient implementation of best human resource practice in the Department. To succeed in this role, you will have demonstrated the ability to provide sound advice, interpret various industrial instruments and legislation, lead case management matters and draft formal documentation.

Requirements
Relevant discipline experience is essential. Some out-of-hours work will be required. Intra/interstate travel necessitating overnight absences may be required.

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit a written application of no more than two pages broadly addressing the key outcomes of the role and the person capabilities as detailed within the role statement and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition all applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment. The SA Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer and safety is a core value.

In accordance with the Public Sector Act 2009, the successful applicant will be employed at the classification level and may be transferred to other roles over time in line with our organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

Enquiries to:
Ms Ashleigh Easthope
Executive Assistant

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2027

Email:
ashleigh.easthope@sa.gov.au

Applications to:

Recruitment and Employment, (GPO Box 1533) Adelaide SA 5001

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2600

Email: dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

Role Statement
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

Senior HR/IR Consultant (Pool)

ASO5
$79,030 to $88,097 pa + Superannuation

Adelaide CBD

Multiple Vacancies
Temporary Appointment
(Up to 12 months)

Applications are now being accepted

No

Vacancy No. 326343

The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure is looking to establish a pool of motivated individuals with experience in managing a broad range of human resource and industrial relations matters. We are a high performing, diverse team who value collaboration, innovation and agile thinking. We will work with you to support the development of your career and the skills and capabilities you need.

Successful candidates will be placed in the pool for a period of 12 months and may be appointed as opportunities for up to 12 months in duration arise. Vacancies will be filled depending on the organisational needs and opportunities may be offered on a full time or part time basis. Please note vacancies for the temporary pool are being advertised from the ASO3 to the ASO7 levels; should you wish to apply for more than one classification level.

The Senior HR/IR Consultant is responsible for providing advisory and consultancy services on a diverse range of complex and sensitive human resource and industrial relations matters. This role is required to influence stakeholders, manage an allocated portfolio of the business and undertake supervision of staff. Duties will involve the provision of advice to stakeholders, interpretation of various industrial instruments and legislation, negotiation with union and employee association representatives, and representation of the Department at industrial forums.

To succeed in this role, you will have demonstrated the ability to lead case management matters, including misconduct, medical incapacity, performance management, change management, and classification assessments and will have demonstrated experience in drafting formal documentation, including recommendations for senior management’s consideration.

Requirements
Some out-of-hours work will be required. Intra/interstate travel necessitating overnight absences may be required.

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit a written application of no more than two pages broadly addressing the key outcomes of the role and the person capabilities as detailed within the role statement and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition all applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment. The SA Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer and safety is a core value.

In accordance with the Public Sector Act 2009, the successful applicant will be employed at the classification level and may be transferred to other roles over time in line with our organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

Enquiries to:
Ms Ashleigh Easthope
Executive Assistant

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2027

Email:
ashleigh.easthope@sa.gov.au

Applications to:

Recruitment and Employment, (GPO Box 1533) Adelaide SA 5001

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2600

Email:
dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

Role Statement
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

Assistant HR Consultant (Pool)

ASO3
$62,181 to $66,368 pa + Superannuation

Adelaide CBD

Multiple Vacancies
Temporary Appointment
(Up to 12 months)

Applications are now being accepted

No

Vacancy No. 326341

The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure is looking to establish a pool of motivated individuals with experience in managing a broad range of human resource and industrial relations matters. We are a high performing, diverse team who value collaboration, innovation and agile thinking. We will work with you to support the development of your career and the skills and capabilities you need.

Successful candidates will be placed in the pool for a period of 12 months and may be appointed as opportunities for up to 12 months in duration arise. Vacancies will be filled depending on the organisational needs and opportunities may be offered on a full time or part time basis. Please note vacancies for the temporary pool are being advertised from the ASO3 to the ASO7 levels; should you wish to apply for more than one classification level.

The Assistant HR Consultant is accountable for providing support and advice on a range of human resource functions and projects which contribute to the effective and efficient implementation of best human resource practice in the Department. The role assists with the provision of advisory and consultancy services to specific client groups across the Department through a business partnering model. Duties involve the provision of advice to stakeholders, researching various industrial instruments and legislation and assisting in case management matters, including misconduct, medical incapacity, performance management, change management, and classification assessments. To succeed in this role, you will have demonstrated the ability to undertake research, provide sound advice, draft formal documentation and work with a broad range of stakeholders.

Requirements
Some out-of-hours work will be required. Intra/interstate travel necessitating overnight absences may be required.

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit a written application of no more than two pages broadly addressing the key outcomes of the role and the person capabilities as detailed within the role statement and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition all applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment. The SA Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer and safety is a core value.

In accordance with the Public Sector Act 2009, the successful applicant will be employed at the classification level and may be transferred to other roles over time in line with our organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

Enquiries to:
Ms Ashleigh Easthope
Executive Assistant

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2027

Email:

ashleigh.easthope@sa.gov.au

Applications to:

Recruitment and Employment, (GPO Box 1533) Adelaide SA 5001

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2600

Email: dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

Role Statement
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

Construction and Maintenance Worker (Pool)

CMW4 - CMW7
$1,011.30 to $1,113.10 pw + Superannuation

Various

Multiple Vacancies
Temporary Appointment
(Up to 24 months)

Applications are now being accepted

No

Vacancy No. 323304 (CMW4) $1,011.30 to $1,022.60 pw + Superannuation
Vacancy No. 323306  (CMW5) $1,036.90 to $1,048.20 pw + Superannuation
Vacancy No. 323308 (CMW6) $1,064.40 to $1,077.30 pw + Superannuation
Vacancy No. 323315 (CMW7) $1,099.80 to $1,113.10 pw + Superannuation

The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) serves the South Australian community by providing safe, effective and efficient planning, transport and infrastructure networks across the state and facilitating development of the State's infrastructure.

DPTI is a values based organisation and relies on its people to live the values through positive behaviours to improve outcomes for employees and all South Australians.

By working together they capitalise on a unique and powerful opportunity - to connect with every part of the community and deliver positive outcomes every day.

The Department is seeking to establish a pool of Construction and Maintenance Workers in the Civil Construction and Routine Maintenance environment. Successful candidates will be placed in the pool for a period of 12 months and may be appointed as opportunities arise.

Duties
There are multiple Construction and Maintenance roles available at different levels who are responsible for delivering the following works:

  • asphalting
  • road maintenance repairs
  • minor construction works
  • drainage work
  • safe operation of plant and equipment; and
  • other duties as required

You will sit within the Asset Management Directorate which is responsible for the management and maintenance of the State's transport assets and must comply with DPTI's legislative Health and Safety policies and procedures. There are roles available across various metropolitan and regional locations including Walkley Heights, Sturt, Naracoorte, Littlehampton, Murray Bridge, Nuriootpa, Victor Harbor and Mount Gambier.

Requirements
To be eligible for these roles, applicants must:

  • Essential:
    - possess an Occupational Health and Safety Construction Induction (White Card)
    - hold a current Medium Rigid Driver's Licence (MR)
    - be willing to travel including working on sites remote from your home depot, which will necessitate overnight absences
    - be available to be rostered on call after hours
    - be willing to undertake a pre-employment screening
  • Desirable:
    - possess a Work Zone Traffic Management (RIIWHS205D) and (RIIWHS302D)
    - possess a Certificate II in Civil Construction (RII30915)
    - hold a current Heavy Ridged Driver's Licence (HR)

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit an application of no more than two pages and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment.

Enquiries to:
Ms Marika Markopoulos
HAYS Recruitment Agency

Telephone:
(08) 7221 4109

Email:
marika.markopoulos@hays.com.au

Applications to:
Ms Marika Markopoulos
HAYS Recruitment Agency
Level 17, 11-19 Grenfell Street
Adelaide SA 5000

Email: marika.markopoulos@hays.com.au

Role Statement (CMW4)
Role Statement (CMW5)
Role Statement (CMW6)
Role Statement (CMW7)
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply