Transport For NSW

Senior Planner for Country (Identified role) (BB-8486F)

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Description:

Senior Planner for Country

  • Senior level opportunity where you get a chance to strategically make a positive contribution to the Aboriginal community and Transport for NSW
  • 2 Permanent Full time roles (1 with Greater Sydney focus and second focussing on Regional NSW)
  • Flexibility offered around location- These roles can be based from any TfNSW office in Sydney or Regional NSW
  • Join a driven and passionate team where you get to really make a difference
  • About us

    Transport for NSW is the lead agency of the NSW Transport cluster. Our role is to lead the development of a safe, efficient, integrated transport system that keeps people and goods moving, connects communities and shapes the future of our cities, centres and regions. We work with several government agencies to coordinate road, rail, bus and maritime services, always keeping the safety and comfort of our customers at the heart of what we do.

    Many of the transport routes we use today - from rail lines, to roads, to water crossings - follow the traditional Songlines, trade routes and ceremonial paths in Country that our nation’s First Peoples followed for tens of thousands of years.

    About the team

    The purpose of the Customer Strategy and Technology division is to create the future of mobility in NSW and shape a world-class transport system for our customers, industry and communities. Within the division, Transport Planning branch is responsible for leading the strategic vision for the future of the transport network; including the provision of transport infrastructure and services to cater for future growth and demand, in line with customer and community expectations. The branch leads long-term, state-wide strategic planning, including the development of integrated network and place strategies in collaboration with the Transport cluster, government agencies, customers, communities and stakeholders.

    Come be a part of a strong team that is dedicated to delivering on its commitments to the NSW Transport community.

    The Opportunity

    This is an opportunity to join Customer Strategy and Technology’s Transport Planning team as a Senior Planner for Country

    The Senior Planner for Country provides strategic guidance to the delivery of a range of Transport Planning projects, to support the NSW government’s vision and priorities, and ensure alignment with Future Transport 2056 and 10 Year Blueprint outcomes. You will provide expert advice and guidance by managing and coordinating engagement with Aboriginal stakeholders, industry and project teams throughout a designated region to enable TfNSW to effectively deliver its program outcomes. You will play a lead role in developing strong, sustainable relationships with Traditional Owners to strengthen their inclusion in long term state wide transport strategy and frameworks. The role works closely with the Aboriginal engagement function. You will provide the team with a new strategic capability in building and effectively maintaining strong partnerships with Traditional Owners across their designated region. To achieve these outcomes, you will develop a co-ordinated and strategic program for engagement with Aboriginal communities, Traditional Owners and Registered Aboriginal Parties across the region and ensure that their interests are represented in the forthcoming transport infrastructure and service planning projects.

    What you will be involved in:

  • Building and maintaining effective business relationships with Aboriginal people and communities who have connection to the places being shaped by our projects.
  • Providing cultural planning advice to projects from project planning through to completion. Ensuring early engagement with the affected communities to best represent their interests
  • Working collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders and specialist teams within the branch to ensure the best possible planning outcomes for Aboriginal people across regional and metropolitan NSW.
  • Influencing, and actively contributing to multidisciplinary planning teams in the early identification and management of issues facing Aboriginal people and communities, Aboriginal cultural heritage and land tenure risks through collaborative consultation in partnership with Aboriginal stakeholders.
  • Supporting and promoting engagement with local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities and community groups to get a complete understanding of how Transport initiatives can help improve life conditions.
  • Adherence to the commitment of working collaboratively with Aboriginal customers and stakeholders to enable social and economic participation and build stronger, more sustainable and inclusive communities.
  • Support and guide on long term Transport Strategy to ensure we meet our responsibilities relating to Aboriginal community’s best interest when planning, building and maintaining the NSW Transport network.
  • Please click to view a copy of the role description.

    About you

    Your success is important to us. You bring experience and knowledge of relevant Aboriginal cultural heritage, values, protocols and other issues relevant to Aboriginal communities and how this may impact on Transport business needs.

    If you are a strategic thinker who possesses experience in influencing and navigating a cross functional team, with a proven ability to influence change, build meaningful and collaborative relationships with a wide range of stakeholders, and possess excellent verbal and written communication skills, then this is a unique opportunity to make a positive impact on the future of Transport for NSW and on Aboriginal communities.

    You can balance competing priorities and deadlines in a politically sensitive environment where deadlines are subject to change with short notice. You have the ability to plan, connect the dots, and think about what’s next.

    Essential requirements

  • Australian Aboriginal person.
  • Relevant qualifications or demonstrated proven experience in stakeholder engagement
  • Demonstrated high level project management and communication skills with a proven track record of influencing others to achieve co-operation at senior levels with internal, external stakeholders and the community.
  • Background in transport planning or policy would be preferred or if needed, upskilling support would be provided for the right candidate
  • Extensive high level knowledge of Aboriginal cultural heritage, specific issues and experience in influencing and implementing policies to improve Aboriginal employment outcomes.
  • Salary and Benefits

    The salary for this position is Transport Grade 8 ($118,015- $132,176) per annum plus superannuation and leave loading.

    For more information on Employee Benefits at Transport for NSW please click here.

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