Ship Agent | NSW-Garden Island
|Category:||Project Management, Scheduling & Estimating/Pricing|
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|Application Close Date:||27-Feb-2020|
- Apply your talent where it counts
- Utilise your maintenance and stakeholder management expertise in this rare and rewarding role
- Enjoy flexibility, innovation focus and interesting work within a strong team culture
We've come a long way in over 65 years of operation in Australia. On top of a strong underlying business, having been selected to deliver the next generation of advanced anti-submarine warships, the JORN Phase 6 radar upgrade and sustainment program and as a tier 1 F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program partner, the future is bright for our more than 4,000 employees.
In terms of our culture, it's inclusive and safety focused. We call it an ‘everyone culture'. For us that means ensuring that the voices and talents of every employee are valued and that everyone has a sense of belonging. It also means providing a family friendly, flexible and supportive place to work.
Apply your talent where it counts as a Ship Agent in our DDG Maritime Sustainment team, based at Garden Island, New South Wales.
About the Opportunity
As the Ship Agent, you will be responsible for the leadership and guidance of External Maintenance Activity (EMA) Objectives, and the management of Urgent Defects to the designated DDG Ship/Shore Facilities. You will also be the primary customer interface between the SPO and their assigned Ship/Shore Facilities.
In terms of more specific responsibilities, you will:
- During an EMA, the primary responsibilities are: to lead and motivate the EMA production teams, liaise with and facilitate Ship's Staff requests for work
- Attend production and planning meetings, provide guidance and leadership to deliver the project objectives
- Review and process Problem Identification Reports (PIRS) and Scope Change Requests (SCR), to facilitate changes to the main work list
- Review and process Task Progress Completion Certificates, and assist in the collation of the EMA Materials State summary report
- Develop and deliver EMA status report to the Project Executive Board
- Manage a contingency budget
- Outside of the EMA, the responsibilities are: liaison to the Ship's staff related to the designated ship/shore facilities
- Manage Urgent Defect (URDEF) tasking with the respective Enterprise participants, and act as the point of contact for the assigned ship, for after-hours URDEF management
- Draft URDEF signal updates, support the reporting of project performance at the Business Unit Reviews, and Enterprise reporting
- Develop and cultivate Enterprise relationships and behaviours, in support of the Destroyer Enterprise Charter
As an ideal applicant for this opportunity, you'll have:
- A degree or diploma qualification in Project Management, with substantial project management experience, ideally in defence sustainment
- Ability to motivate individuals and teams across a number of business areas, to shape and implement business requirements
- Ability to balance conflicting priorities to deliver against customer and business requirements, with appropriate stakeholder management
- Ability to use and adapt written and verbal communication skills to suit a variety of different audiences, is critical to this role
- Broad based computer literacy (MS Word, MS Excel Advanced, MS PowerPoint), along with experience using Mercury and AMPS
As Defence security clearance is required for this role, applicants must be Australian citizens and eligible to obtain and maintain appropriate clearance. To learn more about clearances, visit http://www.defence.gov.au/agsva/FAQ/clearance-subject.asp
International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) are applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role.
Further information regarding clearances is available at: https://careers.au.baesystems.com/opportunity.html
Applications should be addressed to: Sally Porter – Talent Acquisition Specialist – Professionals, and made online here.
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We welcome and strongly encourage applications from women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders for these opportunities. An inclusive culture and an exciting, supportive career opportunity awaits. We are also proud to be a WORK180 Endorsed Employer for Women. If you would like to know more information about how we are supporting our employees, you can view our policies and initiatives here: https://tinyurl.com/Work180BAE-Systems-Australia
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