Operations and Maintenance
Gippsland Water takes pride in its place in the Gippsland community. We are a quality essential service and support the health, safety and wellbeing of our community and staff. We are one of the critical stakeholders in the region, working towards a prosperous Gippsland.
We are growing, innovative and committed to ensuring that Gippsland Water remains a great place to work. We do this by:
Offering a flexible and stimulating workplace and investing in our people to enable us to adapt to the changing needs of our region.
Building the capability and culture of our people into a more highly skilled, professional, customer focused and efficient organisation.
We also provide a range of employee benefits that will make your experience working at Gippsland Water both professionally and personally rewarding.
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced manager to lead the development and implementation of maintenance services optimisation strategies for maintenance service provision. Applying advanced knowledge of contract strategy and management and maintenance approaches, the Manager Maintenance Optimisation will be a change agent within our business to help transform how we deliver maintenance services.
Applying astute commercial acumen to align contract obligations to commercial, legal and service delivery outcomes the Manager Maintenance Optimisation will ensure our customers’ level of service requirements is met, whilst maintaining safety, environment, regulatory and stakeholder needs.
The Manager Maintenance Optimisation will bring a holistic view of contracted and in-house maintenance, whilst ensuring alignment to our asset management strategies in supporting business sustainability and delivering value for money for our customer.
What you’ll bring
More than five years leadership / specialist experience
Financial management experience relating to service related contracts
Competency in leading and motivating teams to drive change
Ability to set major contract procurement strategies
We offer a variety of flexible arrangements to suit our employees varied needs and the business, including purchased leave, varied start and finish times, working from alternative locations and accrued days off. We understand that Gippsland Water and our customers benefit from enabling our employees to achieve balance in work and life.
How to apply
For specific enquiries relating to this position, please contact Chris Wood, General Manager Operations on 0427 835 831.
Applications close at 5 pm on Thursday 8 July 2021.
Before applying for the position applicants should read the position description and included selection criteria.
All applicants need to provide a statement addressing all selection criteria along with a copy of your current resume to be considered for this position.
Please note that if you do not fully address the selection criteria you may be excluded from being shortlisted for further progression in the recruitment process.
Shortlisted applicants may be required to undertake a pre-employment medical and a National Police Check.
Further information: A position description and instructions on how to apply can be obtained from our website www.gippswater.com.au/careers or by contacting Recruitment on 03 5177 4709.
Gippsland Water is the second largest regional urban water corporation by revenue in Victoria, comprising a diverse, complex and geographically dispersed asset base spread across a 5000 km2 region which is serviced through an asset base of in excess of $1 billion.
We exist to deliver reliable, high-quality water, wastewater and waste recovery services to ensure the economy and liveability of the central Gippsland region. Our service area is diverse in area and needs, from the fast growing region in the west, to the transitioning challenges of the Latrobe Valley to providing water and wastewater services to Victoria’s largest industrial water users.
Gippsland Water is committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace and strongly encourages applications from experienced women and men, people with disabilities, LGBTI, ATSI, culturally and ethnically diverse candidates to best represent and engage with communities we live and work in.