Your key responsibilities
The responsibilities and duties of the role include the following:
- Closely work with suppliers and stakeholders to develop and manage relationships to facilitate continuous improvement of business processes.
- Engage in successful and complex negotiations which consider legal and financial impacts that result in value for money outcomes.
- Develop, implement, monitor and be accountable for contracts and agreements that enhance SPER’s service delivery, e.g. inbound and outbound contact centre service delivery.
- Provide advice on compliance, frameworks and reporting in relation to contract management.
- Actively identify, manage and monitor contractual related risks and issues to ensure budget and key contract milestones are achieved and the overall integrity of the arrangements is maintained.
- Provide quality information and analysis of issues, including the preparation of correspondence, submissions, briefing notes and reports.
- Undertake research and analysis into complex issues to support business improvement in line with industry best practice, e.g. benchmarking and performance measurements.
Treasury has identified nine core capabilities for all staff to have in order to deliver exceptional services to Queensland. The capabilities below are considered to be the most critical for success in this role. For a detailed list of all the capabilities and behaviours Treasury expect at this classification level, please refer to Treasury’s Great People Capability System.
-6 month contract (with possibility of extension)
-$59.95 per hour