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Two Positions - NSW Department of Industry

The NSW Department of Industry has two job opportunities available.

Agency overview

The NSW Department of Industry leads the state government's contribution to making NSW a place where people want to live and work and businesses choose to invest and grow.

We support all areas of economic activity where NSW has competitive strengths. We also have responsibilities for:

  • skill formation and development to match industry demand
  • partnering with stakeholders in stewardship and sustainable use of the state's natural resources.

Our strategies are built on close relationships to understand industry's needs. We deliver a wide range of training and specialist advisory services; and we help to secure efficient and dependable government decision-making that contributes to business confidence.

Skills and Economic Development is a division of Industry that focuses on:

  • Sustaining the conditions for economic development
  • Support for increasing jobs and investment in NSW
  • Skills development programs for employment.

The NSW Department of Industry is an inclusive workplace which promotes diversity and encourages flexible working arrangements.

Jobs for NSW overview 

Jobs for NSW is a private sector led NSW Government-backed initiative which aims to make the NSW economy as competitive as possible and therefore help create new jobs across the State. We utilise high level private sector expertise and the $190 million Jobs for NSW Fund to transform the NSW economy by targeting future growth opportunities and the workforce to support them.


Senior Policy Officer

  • Utilise your economic analysis skills to join a dynamic team
  • Multiple ongoing/temporary fixed term opportunities based in Sydney CBD
  • Clerk grade 9/10 Salary from $105,409 plus super and annual leave loading

Do work that matters

We are seeking highly skilled individuals with economic capabilities to develop and apply economic, cost benefit and financial models. A key focus of this role is to ensure investment and policy decisions are based on solid evidence of the likely return to State.

The role sits in the Strategic Program and Projects team within the Economic Policy, Enablers and Analytics Branch; however this role will largely service Jobs for NSW.

For more information about the Department of Industry – Jobs for NSW, click here.

What will it take?

  • Proven economic analytical capabilities
  • Ability to research, analyse and review complex policy and economic issues, including identifying emerging issues
  • Proven experience developing evidence based options, and recommending solutions to resolve problems and mitigate risks
  • Superior interpersonal skills to build and maintain relationships with key stakeholders
  • Ability to prepare correspondence, written reports, publications, and briefs, that are informative and aligned with agency requirements, to respond to Agency and/or Government requests

Click here for full position description

Applying for the Role

Please include your resume and a brief cover letter demonstrating your experience and outlining your suitability for the role. Click here to apply for this position.

For a confidential discussion contact: Lee Holloway, A/g Director on 02 9338 6636 or email

Applications Close: 12 July 2018

A recruitment pool may be created for ongoing and temporary roles of the same role or role type that may become available for filling over the next twelve months.


Manager, Strategic Programs and Projects

  • Utilise your economic analysis experience to inform strategic policy and investment decisions
  • Temporary full time opportunities based in Sydney until June 2019
  • Clerk Grade 11/12 - Salary from $121,917 plus super and annual leave loading

Do work that matters

We are seeking highly skilled individuals with economic capabilities to lead the development and application of economic, cost benefit and financial models. A key focus of this role is to provide evidence-based analysis to underpin investment decisions, and to succinctly identify returns to the State from these investments

The role sits in the Strategic Program and Projects team within the Economic Policy, Enablers and Analytics Branch; however this role will largely service Jobs for NSW.

For more information about the Department of Industry – Jobs for NSW, click here.

What will it take?

  • Proven economic analytical abilities
  • Ability to lead and contribute to a range of strategic policy projects that identify market gaps and evidence-based policies and programs to respond these gaps
  • Superior interpersonal skills to build and maintain relationships with team members and key stakeholders
  • A willingness to facilitate a culture of achievement by providing direction, guidance and support to staff

Click here for full position description.

Applying for the Role

Please include your resume and a brief cover letter demonstrating your experience and outlining your suitability for the role. Click here to apply for this position.

For a confidential discussion contact: Lee Holloway, A/g Director on 02 9338 6636 or email 

Applications close: 12 July 2018

A recruitment pool may be created for ongoing and temporary roles of the same role or role type that may become available for filling over the next twelve months.

 


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