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JOB TITLE:

Project Officer - Title Assessments

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Greater Newcastle Area Texas United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Our open secret: Deliver with impact, connect to what matters & live your way.


  • Full time fixed term opportunity to February 2025
  • Location Maitland or Dubbo preferred; however other DRNSW office locations may also be considered.
  • Salary from $106K pa to $117K pa plus super
  • Accelerate your career without leaving town

The Mining, Exploration & Geoscience (MEG) group (part of the Department of Regional NSW ) are on the hunt for a new Project officer Title Assessments to decode the intricacies of legislation (notably the Mining Act (1992) in NSW) and assess and determine mining title applications.


About The Role

As Project Officer you will play a critical part in the Title Assessments business output of timely determining of mineral titles applications in accordance with service delivery standards and requirements of the Mining Act 1992.


Being in the assessment role in the Minerals Titles team, you will carry out detailed analysis and provide a level of guidance to other more junior assessment officers in the team.


Your responsibilities will include,

  • Navigating and applying legislation and departmental policies to provide precise determination of mining titles applications in NSW within set timeframes and KPIs.
  • Providing exceptional customer service and timely advice to a range of clients with a focus on achieving quality outcomes.
  • Managing multiple mining title applications simultaneously, identifying risks and escalating issues where required.
  • Playing a vital role in supporting team members, tackling complex cases, and contributing to continuous business improvement projects.


About You

This is a role where accuracy and detail are a must.
To be successful youll be someone who can:

  • Interpret and apply legislation.
  • Manage your own workload and be flexible in outcome delivery.
  • Establish and maintain internal and external stakeholder relationships through effective communication.
  • Deliver accurate written documents including briefings ensuring appropriate application of decision-making principles, record keeping requirements and exercise of delegations.


Essential Requirements

  • Demonstrated experience or understanding in planning, natural resource management, or public administration in an assessment-based environment.


Sounds interesting?

If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply with an (ideally no more than one-page) cover letter outlining your suitability and interest in this role, with your resume (ideally no more than three pages) by 11.
55pm Thursday 15 February 2024.


For further information about the role please contact Hamish Sinclair Director Titles Assessments via hamish.
sinclair@regional.
nsw.
gov.
au or 02 8289 6748.
You can also view the role description .


If you require adjustments in completing your application, interviewing, completing any pre- employment testing, or otherwise participating in the recruitment process, please let us know so we can assist.
Send an email to capability.
talent@regional.
nsw.
gov.
au and a member of the team will contact you for a confidential discussion.


Please Note

Compliance with pre-employment probity screening is mandatory for all roles within MEG and is a condition of engagement.


A recruitment pool may be created for ongoing and temporary roles of the same role or role type that may become available for filling over the next eighteen months.


About The Department Of Regional NSW

Diversity and inclusion are core values of the Department of Regional NSW.
The Department of Regional NSW is a workplace where everyone is able to contribute and participate to their full potential, and we are proud to have a team that reflects the richness and complexity of the regional NSW communities we serve.


The Department of Regional NSW brings together under one super-charged umbrella the skill, insights, expertise, and authority to shape a dynamic future for the states regional areas.


  • The groups within our cluster work hard to identify obstacles, map solutions and drive outcomes for the people of regional NSW
  • We are the only central government agency devoted solely to people in regional areas.
    With nearly 80 percent of our staff living in the community we serve, we are strategic thinkers, problem solvers, and the friend on the ground in good times and bad.
  • Our evidence-based, collaborative approach is building thriving communities across regional NSW for generations to come
  • Were here for regional NSW, for the long term

Position Details

POSTED:

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

106000 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707124256-7a1c488a728f79600f029d3c08bd78bb

LOCATION:

Texas United States

CITY:

Greater Newcastle Area

Job Origin:

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Our open secret: Deliver with impact, connect to what matters & live your way.

  • Full time fixed term opportunity to February 2025
  • Location Maitland or Dubbo preferred; however other DRNSW office locations may also be considered.
  • Salary from $106K pa to $117K pa plus super
  • Accelerate your career without leaving town

The Mining, Exploration & Geoscience (MEG) group (part of the Department of Regional NSW ) are on the hunt for a new Project officer Title Assessments to decode the intricacies of legislation (notably the Mining Act (1992) in NSW) and assess and determine mining title applications.

About The Role

As Project Officer you will play a critical part in the Title Assessments business output of timely determining of mineral titles applications in accordance with service delivery standards and requirements of the Mining Act 1992.

Being in the assessment role in the Minerals Titles team, you will carry out detailed analysis and provide a level of guidance to other more junior assessment officers in the team.

Your responsibilities will include,

  • Navigating and applying legislation and departmental policies to provide precise determination of mining titles applications in NSW within set timeframes and KPIs.
  • Providing exceptional customer service and timely advice to a range of clients with a focus on achieving quality outcomes.
  • Managing multiple mining title applications simultaneously, identifying risks and escalating issues where required.
  • Playing a vital role in supporting team members, tackling complex cases, and contributing to continuous business improvement projects.

About You

This is a role where accuracy and detail are a must. To be successful youll be someone who can:

  • Interpret and apply legislation.
  • Manage your own workload and be flexible in outcome delivery.
  • Establish and maintain internal and external stakeholder relationships through effective communication.
  • Deliver accurate written documents including briefings ensuring appropriate application of decision-making principles, record keeping requirements and exercise of delegations.

Essential Requirements

  • Demonstrated experience or understanding in planning, natural resource management, or public administration in an assessment-based environment.

Sounds interesting?

If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply with an (ideally no more than one-page) cover letter outlining your suitability and interest in this role, with your resume (ideally no more than three pages) by 11.55pm Thursday 15 February 2024.

For further information about the role please contact Hamish Sinclair Director Titles Assessments via hamish.sinclair@regional.nsw.gov.au or 02 8289 6748. You can also view the role description .

If you require adjustments in completing your application, interviewing, completing any pre- employment testing, or otherwise participating in the recruitment process, please let us know so we can assist. Send an email to capability.talent@regional.nsw.gov.au and a member of the team will contact you for a confidential discussion.

Please Note

Compliance with pre-employment probity screening is mandatory for all roles within MEG and is a condition of engagement.

A recruitment pool may be created for ongoing and temporary roles of the same role or role type that may become available for filling over the next eighteen months.

About The Department Of Regional NSW

Diversity and inclusion are core values of the Department of Regional NSW. The Department of Regional NSW is a workplace where everyone is able to contribute and participate to their full potential, and we are proud to have a team that reflects the richness and complexity of the regional NSW communities we serve.

The Department of Regional NSW brings together under one super-charged umbrella the skill, insights, expertise, and authority to shape a dynamic future for the states regional areas.

  • The groups within our cluster work hard to identify obstacles, map solutions and drive outcomes for the people of regional NSW
  • We are the only central government agency devoted solely to people in regional areas. With nearly 80 percent of our staff living in the community we serve, we are strategic thinkers, problem solvers, and the friend on the ground in good times and bad.
  • Our evidence-based, collaborative approach is building thriving communities across regional NSW for generations to come
  • Were here for regional NSW, for the long term


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