A05 Policy Officer
|Job Title:||A05 Policy Officer|
|Location:||Brisbane Adelaide Street|
|Salary:||$52 per hour|
|Contact Name:||Orla Kelly|
|Job Published:||February 11, 2019 13:57|
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Everything we do is focused on helping communities reconnect and recover from disasters and making Queensland the most disaster resilient state in Australia.
We act responsibly, and with integrity.
We achieve results through action, coordination and collaboration.
We step up when we need to as individuals and as a team.
We strive for excellence.
We are accountable for our actions and deliver on our commitments.
We always seek to work smarter and more efficiently.
We challenge how we do things, embrace new ideas and encourage innovation.
We recognise that developing our staff’s knowledge and skills benefits all of us.
We continuously seek and provide constructive feedback.
We collaborate with, and respect our colleagues.
We are approachable.
We are one team.
We foster a healthy workplace and sustainable workforce.
We have fun at work, celebrate our achievements and personal milestones.
We recognise each other’s successes.
We are inclusive and celebrate diversity.
We provide opportunities to contribute to the community.
The key functions of the position include:
Collect and interpret data and information on disaster impacts in order to produce reporting products in line with disaster management frameworks and policies.
Work collaboratively with a variety of stakeholders to gain access to data and information for the purpose of reporting on disaster impacts.
Conduct research on disaster risk reduction matters and provide advice to support related branch projects.
Devise a state-wide plan to collect disaster impact data on an annual basis and work with stakeholders to develop standard operating procedures.
Develop and implement plans, policies, strategies and other deliverables to ensure the delivery of disaster resilience, flood risk reduction, and QRA objectives.
Work with other State Agencies under supervision to prepare responses to policy papers and proposals.
Liaise with, provide advice and respond appropriately to internal and external stakeholders on matters that relate to resilience project delivery objectives.
Independently plan, draft and deliver standard or routine policies on behalf of the organisation, ensuring the resulting documents are delivered to organisational and stakeholder expectations of time and quality.
Undertake research and engagement on cross-jurisdictional approaches to specific disaster resilience, risk reduction, funding and mitigation issues, seeking to identify emerging best practice.
Develop and maintain collaborative and productive relationships with external stakeholders.
Support the Director or General Manager in meetings and at forums where appropriate.
Undertake related and other duties of equivalent complexity as required.
Adhere to all relevant WHS and HR policies, procedures, guidelines, directives and relevant legislation. Key skills required
Technical Skills: Public Policy Processes
Demonstrated knowledge and experience of strategic policy and/or policy development, planning in disaster management is preferable.
Relevant experience or qualification/s in disaster management or disaster risk reduction is desirable.
Sendai Policy experience is desirable but not essential.
Understand stakeholders perspectives
Ability to actively and collaboratively engage with and work with a range of stakeholders to ensure different perspectives are considered when generating and responding to policy.
Encourage a strong stakeholder-focus and build understanding of their perspectives within the team.
Show respect for stakeholders.
Break down projects into objectives and goals, and accurately scope out length and difficulty of tasks.
Work autonomously to strict deadlines.
Manage internal and external relationships
Written and verbal communication is clear and concise.
Strong and open communication skills, including confidence in presenting factual material.
Actively and attentively listens to others.
Seek to understand the audience and adapt accordingly.
Understand different and competing views, and synthesise stakeholder information to inform approach.
Display rigour in analysis
Rigorously research and analyse information relevant to tasks.
Use analysis, experience and judgement to make informed decisions, including impact of implemented policy.
- contract until 31 Jan 2019
- immediate start
- $52.25 per hour + Super
- reputable Governement Department
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