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Project Manager APS 6

  • ... Greater Sydney Area, North dakota, United States
  • ... Full time
  • ... Salary: 105000 per year
  • Posted on: Mar 12, 2024       Expires on: Apr 26, 2024

Project Manager APS 6   

JOB TITLE:

Project Manager APS 6

JOB TYPE:

Contract

JOB LOCATION:

Greater Sydney Area North dakota United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Im recruiting a Project Manager (APS6) at Cancer Australia (federal government).

  • 12-month fixed term/non-ongoing appointment
  • To commence ASAP
  • A flexible working arrangement is available: WFH 50% and office 50%
  • The office is located 1-min walk from Central station, Sydney CBD.
  • Paying $92,000 to $105,000 + higher level of super (15.
    4%).
  • You will also have access to sick leave and annual leave.
  • This role is to cover an internal staff movement
  • A handover an orientation will be provided


Cancer Australia (CA) is the Australian Governments national cancer control agency.
CA aims to reduce the impact of all cancers and improve outcomes and experiences for all people affected by cancer.
The agency is a respected thought leader in the sector and is uniquely positioned to provide robust, world-leading advice to the Australian Government on cancer policy priorities.

This position sits within the Cancer Control Strategy branch, within the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cancer Control section.
CA works closely with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to integrate First Nations perspectives and co-design improved cancer experiences and outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
It fulfills its statutory obligations to fund cancer research by building research capability and addressing emerging priorities for cancer research.

Every day around 5 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are diagnosed with cancer.
Indigenous Australians have a slightly higher rate of cancer diagnosis and are approximately 40% more likely to die from cancer than non-Indigenous Australians.
CA is committed to working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to reduce the impact of cancer on Indigenous Australians.


The Recent Grant Initiative:

Cancer Australia is inviting community organisations and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations to apply for funding under the Supporting people with cancer Grant Initiative (SPWC) round 15.
The purpose is to support people affected by cancer through actions to improve equity in cancer outcomes and experiences.
The grants must support the priority populations groups identified within the Australian Cancer Plan or able to demonstrate direct improvements in outcomes for people whose outcomes are inequitable, e.
g.
people impacted by rare or less common cancers with poor outcomes.



Key Accountabilities:

  • Developing, managing and delivering projects, including monitoring progress and achieving project outcomes.
  • Undertaking desk-top research and analysis to complete synthesis of complex information, including research findings.
  • Evaluating evidence to support the development of best practice guidance.
  • Developing and managing funding plans, agreements, contracts, grants and procurement activities.
  • Contributing to strategic planning across work program.
  • Contributing to the preparation of high-quality plans, reports and briefing materials
  • Providing secretariat support for stakeholder meetings
  • Liaising with internal and external stakeholders and attending meetings with them.
  • Providing guidance and support to Project Officers.


Mandatory Criteria:

  • You must be an Australian Citizen to be employed on a non-ongoing basis
  • Program/project management experience within any of the following; health, research and/or community services

Desirable Criteria:

  • stakeholder engagement including working with clinicians
  • stakeholder engagement including collaborating with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities or organisations
  • An understanding of government grants management processes
  • An understanding of government procurement processes


If interested, in this opportunity, please send across your resume to: demi@capstonerecruitment.
com.
au

Position Details

POSTED:

Mar 12, 2024

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

105000 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1710389330-6924790064ae909562690afa35c36182

LOCATION:

North dakota United States

CITY:

Greater Sydney Area

Job Origin:

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Im recruiting a Project Manager (APS6) at Cancer Australia (federal government).

  • 12-month fixed term/non-ongoing appointment
  • To commence ASAP
  • A flexible working arrangement is available: WFH 50% and office 50%
  • The office is located 1-min walk from Central station, Sydney CBD.
  • Paying $92,000 to $105,000 + higher level of super (15.4%).
  • You will also have access to sick leave and annual leave.
  • This role is to cover an internal staff movement
  • A handover an orientation will be provided


Cancer Australia (CA) is the Australian Governments national cancer control agency. CA aims to reduce the impact of all cancers and improve outcomes and experiences for all people affected by cancer. The agency is a respected thought leader in the sector and is uniquely positioned to provide robust, world-leading advice to the Australian Government on cancer policy priorities.

This position sits within the Cancer Control Strategy branch, within the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cancer Control section. CA works closely with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to integrate First Nations perspectives and co-design improved cancer experiences and outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. It fulfills its statutory obligations to fund cancer research by building research capability and addressing emerging priorities for cancer research.

Every day around 5 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are diagnosed with cancer. Indigenous Australians have a slightly higher rate of cancer diagnosis and are approximately 40% more likely to die from cancer than non-Indigenous Australians. CA is committed to working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to reduce the impact of cancer on Indigenous Australians.


The Recent Grant Initiative:

Cancer Australia is inviting community organisations and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations to apply for funding under the Supporting people with cancer Grant Initiative (SPWC) round 15. The purpose is to support people affected by cancer through actions to improve equity in cancer outcomes and experiences. The grants must support the priority populations groups identified within the Australian Cancer Plan or able to demonstrate direct improvements in outcomes for people whose outcomes are inequitable, e.g. people impacted by rare or less common cancers with poor outcomes.



Key Accountabilities:

  • Developing, managing and delivering projects, including monitoring progress and achieving project outcomes.
  • Undertaking desk-top research and analysis to complete synthesis of complex information, including research findings.
  • Evaluating evidence to support the development of best practice guidance.
  • Developing and managing funding plans, agreements, contracts, grants and procurement activities.
  • Contributing to strategic planning across work program.
  • Contributing to the preparation of high-quality plans, reports and briefing materials
  • Providing secretariat support for stakeholder meetings
  • Liaising with internal and external stakeholders and attending meetings with them.
  • Providing guidance and support to Project Officers.


Mandatory Criteria:

  • You must be an Australian Citizen to be employed on a non-ongoing basis
  • Program/project management experience within any of the following; health, research and/or community services

Desirable Criteria:

  • stakeholder engagement including working with clinicians
  • stakeholder engagement including collaborating with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities or organisations
  • An understanding of government grants management processes
  • An understanding of government procurement processes


If interested, in this opportunity, please send across your resume to: demi@capstonerecruitment.com.au

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