Position No: Pool Ref 1123D
Work Type: Permanent – Part Time, Permanent – Full Time, Fixed Term – Part Time, Fixed Term – Full Time
Location: Joondalup and Regional locations
Closing Date: 2023-11-24
Attachments: – Applicant Info Pack.pdf
– Position Matrix – L7/8 & SCL4 – 5
Looking for your next leadership opportunity?
Come and join our Compliance and Enforcement Directorate. We are looking for innovative, professional leaders who have experience in team management and want to make a difference to the community and environment.
As Western Australia’s primary water and environmental regulator, the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation has a responsibility to be an influential and future-focused regulator. Our vision is for a low-carbon Western Australia with a healthy environment and secure water resources for future generations.
The department holds itself accountable to being fair and committed. We respect First Nations people their knowledge, culture and connection to country. As a forward-looking department we are guided by good science and embrace new technologies and practices to protect the environment and our water resources across the whole of Western Australia and its beautiful and diverse two and half million square kilometres. We value and engage with our stakeholders; to be transparent in all we do and build trusted relationships.
Our values-based culture reflects who we are and how we go about business.
We care | We build trust | Better together | Open minds | We serve to make a difference
Find out more about us by visiting our website at www.dwer.wa.gov.au
Our Compliance and Enforcement Directorate are looking to establish a pool of suitable skilled leaders to fill immediate and future vacancies for Managers at Level 7/ Specified Callings Level 4 and Senior Managers at Level 8/Specified Calling Level 5, see attached position matrix for further information on capabilities for each of the roles.
These roles will be responsible for leading, supervising and developing a team of environmental, compliance and investigations officers to effectively and safely deliver the day-to-day environmental, compliance and enforcement operations across a range of regulatory instruments administered by the department across an even wider range of regulated and non-regulated industries and activities including mining, agriculture and animal industries, heavy industry, waste industry and many more. These roles will also contribute to and lead on the development and delivery of operational and strategic programs to provide assurance that regulated and non-regulated industries are complying with approvals and environmental legislation.
Take a look at our video to see some of the current team in action and get a real feel for the work you could become a part of.
We currently have multiple immediate vacancies to fill across the directorate including permanent and fixed term opportunities which may be extended or made permanent.
Current permanent vacancies exist in the following teams:
As a department we recognise that flexible working arrangements support effective work-life balance, empowers our people and increases team productivity. We are committed to creating an equitable and diverse workforce that promotes an inclusive and supportive workplace environment. We value the unique diversity of experience that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, women and youth bring to our workforce.
Our strength is in the diversity of our people and their experience so for further information about the opportunity, or to discuss how your leadership experience can transfer into a role as a manager or senior manager in the Compliance and Enforcement Team, we encourage you to contact Paul Newell on (08) 6364 7155 during business hours.
What’s in it for me?
We provide an inclusive, agile, and safe workplace that empowers a diverse workforce to make a difference. We offer professional development opportunities, recognise the importance of work-life balance and wellness initiatives, and provide:
How to apply
If you believe you have what it takes to succeed in this opportunity, please apply by following the link to our external advert and provide the following in Word or PDF format:
* Applicants who consider their degree is equivalent to a Bachelor of Science may be asked to confirm and evidence equivalency from the issuing university. Applicants with an overseas qualification must submit a valid assessment from the Overseas Qualification Unit (OQU). For more information visit migration.wa.gov.au
Please indicate which level(s) you are applying for and ensure your CV addresses the work-related requirements of the relevant role(s) you are interested in. It is possible the panel may assess you as suitable for your level of choice or another as evidenced in your response.
CLOSING DATE: Friday 24 November 2023 at 4:00PM (Australian Western Standard Time)
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