APS6 Policy Officer (LFS)

Location: Acton
Discipline: Government/Local Governmnet
Job type: Contract
Salary: $55 - 65/hr plus super
Contact email: anelita@elliottgray.com.au
Job ref: 1173997
Published: about 1 month ago
If you are an experienced policy officer with an adaptable approach to work and an interest in the energy sector then this is an opportunity for you!

Working in a team that is undertaking an overview of national fuel capabilities your ability to understand “the big picture” and be flexible with your delivery will see you providing much-needed support to this new and growing initiative!

This is a fluid environment and we are seeking energetic, critical thinkers who can move and flex with the rapidly changing priorities and structures as this holistic assessment is being performed. Grants assessment governance experience will also stand you in good stead, but we are ultimately seeking energetic high-achievers.

You will be:
  • A strong team player – able to build relationships, take direction, and be adaptable to shifting priorities
  • Great at communication! Your experience will have imbued you with exceptional writing skills and the ability to communicate clearly and effectively up and down reporting lines, and with various stakeholders
  • An analytical thinker with a gift for problem solving and strategic nous, able to provide quality advice in time-sensitive situations
  • Interested in the energy sector and ideally have some professional experience/knowledge of the space whether in policy, projects or communications
  • An enthusiastic self-starter, keen to get involved and able to work collaboratively
  
You do not need to be a subject matter expert, but you do need to have the ability to quickly become familiar with the space and be able to think procedurally and be solutions-focused.

If you enjoy a dynamic team environment and have an adaptable approach to your work then we want to hear from you! 

Please contact Anelita on 0478 043 228 or anelita@elliottgray.com.au for a confidential discussion