Join our inspired, inquisitive and capable team to deliver quality outcomes for Western Australians
The Department of Finance is a unique and innovative central government agency, influencing whole-of-government policy and strategy while also delivering a range of important services for the community. Through this blend of policy development and service delivery, Finance enables government to achieve cost-effective, quality outcomes for Western Australians.
Our values-based culture speaks to the heart of who we are, reflects how we go about our business and what we expect from our people. Delivering successful outcomes through our values – inspiring and influential; passionate and committed; honest and respectful; and bold and innovative – is critical to the success of our Department.
The Department of Finance is an agile, productive, vibrant and safe workplace where people can make a real difference and advance their careers. We value diversity and foster an inclusive and collaborative work environment. Our employees are genuinely engaged and encouraged to think differently and work smarter.
We strongly believe in work-life balance and offer a range of flexible work arrangements. We are always looking to adopt new technologies that allow our employees to deliver better outcomes for our community and workplace.
If you believe your values align and you want to be part of the future of Western Australia, there has never been a more exciting and opportune time for you to work at the Department of Finance.
About The Role:
This role undertakes building design and documentation reviews, research and development of technical guidelines, manuals, templates and project briefs in addition to post occupancy evaluations and heritage advice.
Responsible for project advice and assists project teams of in-house and private sector professionals to plan, deliver and maintain non-residential buildings for Government.
Our ideal candidate for this position would be detail oriented with a high level of technical expertise in the built environment (particularly education projects), sustainability and heritage.
The successful candidate will be someone who can build and develop relationships, is highly organised, embraces our vision and values and is committed to delivering the highest possible level of customer service.
How to Apply:
If you think you have what it takes to be a part of our dynamic and forward thinking team, submit the following in MS word or PDF format only:
- Resume outlining your current and previous experience and achievements.
- Covering letter of no more than two (2) pages, demonstrating your ability to meet the following essential work related requirements of the role (outlined on page 3 on the JDF).
- Extensive professional experience in architecture or equivalent discipline relevant to the duties of this position.
- Well-developed communication skills (verbal, written and interpersonal) with the ability to liaise and consult effectively at senior levels in the private and public sectors.
- Demonstrated experience in building design, documentation and post occupancy evaluation, research and development of technical guidelines, manuals, standards, templates and agency/project briefs.
You may need to provide documentation to substantiate claims regarding any qualifications listed on your covering letter and/or resume.
A clear demonstration of the Department’s Values throughout the selection process is a pre-requisite for all appointments.
Please ensure you apply by the closing deadline as late and incomplete applications will not be accepted.
Further Job Related Information:
For further information about the position, please contact Fiona Hogg on (08) 6551 2051 (not to be contacted for Applicant Information Packs or assistance with lodging your application).
Please refer to the Applicant Information Pack and Job Description Form for full position details as these documents will assist you with the preparation of your application.
If you experience difficulties downloading these documents, please call (08) 6557 8111, select option 1 followed by option 2 and quote the position number to obtain an Applicant Information Pack.
Currently there is one (1) permanent full-time or part-time position available for filling. Whilst this selection process will initially be used to appoint to this advertised vacancy, it may also be used to appoint to similar positions that may arise in the Agency within the next six (6) months on a full-time, part-time, permanent or fixed-term basis with the possibility of further extension(s) and/or permanency.