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Principal Advisor (Construction)


Any Industry
Source: uWorkin


Construction and Major Projects; WHS Compliance and Field Services; Location - any OIR office location in Queensland

TARGETED VACANCY - This vacancy is only open to current Queensland State Government employees

**If you are eligible to apply for this vacancy, you can apply online. Applicants who do not meet the criteria for the Targeted Vacancy will not be considered**

You'll be part of a dynamic and diverse culture, working alongside supportive and passionate people. Building a career with us means you can help make a real difference in the lives of Queensland workers and employers, and their families.

The Office of Industrial Relations (OIR) contributes to the government's strategic objectives in the areas of workplace health and safety, electrical safety, workers' compensation, industrial relations and labour hire regulation.

We seek to improve work health and safety, electrical safety and workers' compensation performance through regulatory and policy frameworks and the provision of evidenced-based services and advice. We also develop, implement and maintain policy and legislation relevant to industrial relations in Queensland including whole of Government responsibility for public sector enterprise bargaining and the regulation of Queensland's labour hire industry.

The OIR is committed to:

• Partnering with business and industry to achieve better safety and industrial relations outcomes and increased productivity;

• Providing services that are easy to access and responsive to the needs of the community and industry;

• Assisting the industry to comply whilst ensuring there are consequences for non-compliance;

• Using an evidence based approach to design interventions and policy responses that meet the Government's priorities; and

• Empowering our people to create a high performance culture focused on organisational excellence.

Key responsibilities of the Principal Advisor role:

• Scope and manage strategic projects which assist external stakeholders to effectively and practically manage health and safety risks;

• Form relationships with external stakeholders including industry representatives, researchers, academics, and others to create collaborations with a strong focus on providing assistance through integrated, customer focused programs and services;

• Work with OFSWQ stakeholders, including regional management and technical experts, to analyse information and develop organisational capability and effectiveness in assisting stakeholders in the construction industry;

• Prepare complex technical reports, correspondence, submissions and briefs in response to ministerial requests and operational matters as directed by the Director, Construction Compliance and Field Services;

• Oversee monitoring and evaluation frameworks to report on strategy, programs and initiatives within the scope of the role; and

• Provide high-level advice to the Director, Construction Compliance and Field Services and other key stakeholders in relation to contemporary, contentious and emerging issues.

Applications to remain current for months.