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Resources Readiness Coordinator

Queensland Ambulance Service - Mungindi, QLD

Government, Defence & Emergency
Source: uWorkin

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Full Job Description
The Resources Readiness Coordinator is responsible for the coordination of a range of operational resources to ensure the efficient delivery of operational services within the Local Ambulance Service Network (LASN). The position effectively coordinates logistical operations and plays an important role in the development, implementation and maintenance of a range of fleet and equipment systems and processes.

The Resources Readiness Coordinator provides advice to key stakeholders regarding operational readiness and develops strategies for optimising resource management to improve patient safety outcomes and achieve organisational objectives.
Job Type: Permanent
Position Type: Flexible-full-time
Location: Gold Coast
Yearly Salary: $88811 - $96496
Contact Name: Elisa Sandon

Contact Number:
Closing Date: 14-APR-21

  • Assist in the implementation of built infrastructure requirements to meet changing operational demands.
  • Assist in maintaining effective systems for facility security, including ID cards, electronic access hierarchy, key access etc.
  • Assist in the preparation of budgets for fleet and equipment maintenance and prepare and monitor cash flows.
  • Communicate with Officers in Charge (OICs) to ensure that vehicle and equipment needs are being met.
  • Liaise with external repair/maintenance providers and undertake quality control auditing.
  • Prepare, specify and monitor LASN Standing Offer Arrangements for the provision of external maintenance services and contracts for vehicles and equipment.
  • Provide technical fleet and equipment advice to the Statewide Equipment and Vehicle Committee, external providers and operational ambulance staff.
  • Maintain purchasing, maintenance warranty and disposal records both written and electronic for vehicles and equipment to enable whole of life costing of the fleet, including data entry to the Total Asset Management System (TAMS).
  • Provide efficient and effective processing of all motor vehicle accident claims and investigations as required.
  • Coordinate and oversee purchases of fuel supplies for the provision of fuel cards.
  • Provide specialist advice to minimise any adverse impact on the operational effectiveness of fleet and equipment.
  • Manage a proactive program for the delivery, maintenance and disposal of all vehicles and associated equipment.
  • Manage and coordinate projects as required, including research and analysis, data compilation and report writing.
  • Assist with the implementation and management of systems and processes for the coordination of assets.
  • Contribute to the development, review and evaluation of policies and procedures relating to vehicles, facilities management, property and assets.
  • Establish and maintain appropriate information management systems.
  • Develop and maintain appropriate networks and foster effective working relationships with key stakeholders.
  • As a leader, actively demonstrate and promote the QAS's approach of zero tolerance towards violence and commit to supporting those affected by domestic and family violence in accordance with QAS policies and mechanisms. Model and influence a workplace culture of gender equality, respectful relationships, diversity, inclusion, employee safety and support.
  • Fulfil the responsibilities of this role in accordance with Queensland Public Service and QAS values.
  • Well developed knowledge of and ability to apply relevant legislation, standards and policy applicable to the management of assets, property and buildings.
  • Demonstrated well-developed communication, negotiation, consultation and collaboration skills and the proven ability to build and maintain productive relationships with a range of internal and external stakeholders.
  • Well-developed conceptual, analytical and problem-solving skills including a demonstrated ability to interpret fleet and equipment performance data to drive performance improvement.
  • Ability to contribute to strategic planning and the provision of policy advice, particularly the development and implementation of operational policy, standards and service improvement initiatives.
The following mandatory requirements, special conditions and/or other requirements apply to this role:
  • The incumbent will be required to travel on official business and the possession of a C class driver's licence will be required.
  • Whilst not mandatory, an Automotive Trade qualification or similar and a current Queensland Driver's Licence to National Rigid Licence Level (LR, MR or HR) will be highly regarded.
Applications to remain current for 12 months.This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License.

Mungindi, QLD

Government, Defence & Emergency


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