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Aps 6 - Project Scheduler

Australian Government Department of Defence - Dudley Park, SA

Government, Defence & Emergency
Source: uWorkin

Source: uWorkin


  • $82,282 - $93,993 (plus Super)
  • Dudley Park - SA

The Role

The APS6 Project Scheduler is accountable for the development and maintenance of project planning activities. They may be a team coach or supervise a team and be accountable to set work priorities, allocate work, and manage workflows and performance. They are expected to be capable of reviewing and developing the quality of work undertaken by others and identifying opportunities for on-the-job training within a work unit and are expected to:

  • Lead the delivery of Project Office Planning outcomes in support of FSP Directorates;
  • Coordinate project performance and identify the need for change and takes action;
  • Develop and deliver project briefs and reports using a range of tools and techniques;
  • Identify risks, uncertainties and opportunities during the planning process and develop and implement agreed recommendations that contribute to project outcomes;
  • Undertake and report discrete analyses of project planning and performance-related information, including Prime Contractor baseline and performance EVM information;
  • Build and sustain effective relationships with team members including the provision of coaching and mentoring and actively participate in team and group activities;
  • Work collaboratively with all stakeholders, provide constructive feedback and recommend solutions;
  • Assess and evaluate information and processes for compliance with extant legislation, policy, contracts and agreements as applicable and recommend action if required;
  • Take the initiative to prioritise and progress work to meet business objectives; and
  • Accountable for continued participation and completion of competencies in line with the Scheduling Career Pathway and ongoing professional development.
About our Team

The Australian Government is laying the foundations for a nationwide naval shipbuilding enterprise to support the implementation of the Naval Shipbuilding Plan. The Plan outlines the Australian Government’s vision for the Australian naval shipbuilding enterprise and the significant investment required in coming decades. Submarines are a unique Defence capability and play an essential role in supporting Australia's maritime security, and your work within the program, by engaging with Navy and Industry suppliers will ensure that Navy has an enduring and potent Submarine capability.

In our Future Submarine Program (FSP) team, you will be part of a large and complex program tied into the National Naval Shipbuilding Plan. Our Program intends to deliver a fleet of 12 regionally superior conventionally powered submarines to be known as the Attack Class. The Attack Class fleet will be built in Australia by an Australian workforce, at a purpose built Submarine Construction Yard, which will be owned by the Commonwealth through Australian Naval Infrastructure. Our Program, currently in the design stage and working with Naval Group and Lockheed Martin Australia, will provide Australia with an enduring sovereign submarine capability, with the ability to build, operate, and sustain submarines in Australia into the future.

In addition to being involved in building Australia’s future naval fleet, at FSP, you will enjoy Australian Public Service conditions which include an attractive salary package and flexible, family-friendly working arrangements. Our staff have access to flexible working hours with opportunities for part-time and home-based work. Defence provides a superannuation contribution of 15.4 per cent, higher than most industries, with the opportunity for you to make additional personal contributions.
If you require further information please email subgroup.fsp-wfmgt@defence.gov.au

Our Ideal Candidate

We seek a colleague who:
  • Harnesses information and opportunities;
  • Applies and builds professional expertise;
  • Shares learning and support others;
  • Listens to, understands and recognises the needs of others;
  • Nurtures internal and external relationships;
  • Communicates clearly;
  • Commits to action; and
  • Takes responsibility for managing work projects to achieve results.
Our ideal candidate should show judgement, intelligence and common-sense, and the ability to work with stakeholders and on the scheduling tools to synthesise scheduling data and provide project information to support knowledgeable decision making on the Program.

Dudley Park, SA

Government, Defence & Emergency


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