What this role can offer you
- A work culture of diversity, respect and collaboration
- The chance to work with a dedicated and professional team
- Flexible working arrangements
- 6-12 month contract with view to go permanent
- Work closer to home in Melbourne's South East
About the Company
This council is set in one of the fastest growing regions in Australia, this progressive municipality represents a new frontier for business growth and exciting opportunities. On average, over 60,000 people have moved to the area each year since 2003. The council's competitive advantages - location, workforce, business and lifestyle - will ensure it enjoys sustained, steady development into the future.
As part of the traffic and transport team you will assist, supervise, prepare and implement sustainable traffic strategies, programs and works to facilitate the efficient movement of people and product throughout the Municipality, having regard to economic, social and environmental values. You will also provide timely and sound advice to internal and external customers on traffic and transport related issues associated with new developments, subdivisions and projects.
Your new role
- Investigating traffic related requests and enquiries.
- Preparing, collecting and analysing data and preparing traffic solutions to complex problems.
- Managing traffic related projects and work instructions, including associated budgets as required.
- Maintaining and operating traffic management equipment and devices as required.
- Managing and undertaking traffic classified data collection.
- Delivering an excellent customer experience in relation to matters concerning the City’s transport and traffic management, including the resolution of complex customer enquiries and concerns relating to the role.
What you'll need to succeed
- A tertiary qualification in Civil Engineering and/or relevant industry experience.
- Traffic management experience in urban and regional areas.
- Sound knowledge of relevant policy and legislation, including the Road Management Act 2004.
- Ability to set priorities and plan/organise work allocated.
- Ability to liaise and communicate effectively with professional engineers and people of similar disciplines in the administration of defined activities.
- Well-developed analytical, investigative and problem solving skills.
- Written communication skills of an order sufficient to effectively prepare routine correspondence and reports relating to field of expertise.
- Ability to work as an effective member of a professional team.
"What do I do now?" APPLY!
Full information can be given upon application. Please call Paddy Courtney on 0426 896 442 or email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. If this position is not of interest but you might have someone in mind to recommend, please do not hesitate to refer your network