Program Scheduler AO6

Job Description

Program Scheduler

Are you passionate about contributing to essential infrastructure projects that impact communities across Queensland? Do you possess exceptional organizational skills and thrive in a collaborative work environment? Join our team at the Department of Energy and Public Works as a Program Scheduler and play a key role in shaping the future of our state.
We are looking to fill 2 permanent positions based in the Rockhampton and Maryborough Offices.

The Role:

As a Program Scheduler, you will support our Delivery teams in scheduling and coordinating projects/programs. Your responsibilities will include:

  • Developing, reviewing, and administering schedules using contemporary scheduling systems.
  • Collaborating with Apprentice Supervisors and the Department's Apprenticeship team to schedule apprentices to projects/tasks.
  • Developing detailed schedules to support program delivery in collaboration with delivery teams.
  • Maintaining project/program status dashboards for accurate reporting.
  • Consulting and coordinating with stakeholders to resolve resourcing issues and escalate as necessary.

Mandatory Requirements:

  • Experience in similar role
  • Construction background
  • Project management is advantageous
  • Must have permanent residence or citizenship in Australia (Evidence will be required as part of the application process)

Technical/Operational Expertise:

  • Ability to interpret complex information and develop schedules.
  • Experience in construction scheduling and project delivery.
  • Relevant project or construction management experience with advanced data processing skills.

 

About the Department:

Randstad are proud to partner with a QLD State Department who have been pivotal in shaping Queensland for over 160 years. From building local communities to maintaining critical government-owned facilities, we are committed to making a difference in the lives of everyday Queenslanders. As one of the first responders in times of disaster, this Department works tirelessly to rebuild and restore communities.

The Department's culture is founded on inclusivity and diversity. The Department values and respects human rights, promotes diversity, and strives to create a work environment that reflects the communities we serve. They actively seek to remove barriers to employment for individuals from diverse backgrounds, including people with disabilities, women, Indigenous Australians, and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

Benefits of Working with The Department:

  • Opportunity to work on exciting projects across Queensland.
  • Continuous learning and career growth opportunities.
  • Collaborate with industry-qualified professionals in a safe, inclusive, and diverse work culture.
  • Enjoy work-life balance and flexible working arrangements.
  • Generous leave entitlements and a competitive salary package.

Submit your application by clicking onto the "Apply" button. Please submit a resume and covering letter outlining relevant experience.

For a confidential discussion of this opportunity and further details, please do not hesitate to contact Julie Thomson on 07 3031 3289 or email julie.thomson@randstad.com.au

  • Your current resume.
  • A brief letter (2 pages maximum) outlining your interest and suitability for the role.

Pre-Employment Checks:

Pre-employment checks will be conducted prior to any offer of employment, including referee checks, criminal history checks, and proof of eligibility for appointment to the Queensland public sector.