Rockingham – WA
The Collins Submarine Program (CSMP) vision is to ensure that Australia has an enduring and potent Collins Class Submarine (CCSM) Capability. As a member of the Logistics and Assurance Section, you will be providing guidance, planning and conducting materiel and logistics related sustainment tasks.
You will support the Logistics Assurance Manager in providing assurance that the CSMP in Service Support Contractors are complying with all Logistics Policies and Procedures. The primary responsibilities are with managing the CSMP disposal process however; you will be expected to assist with other assurance tasks associated with stocktaking and logistics systems management as and when required.
You will have and understanding of and be able to interpret Defence Logistic Policy and Procedures and provide advice to stakeholders on the required outcomes. You will have knowledge of the Defence Logistics Information System and the Defence Electronic Supply Chain Manual.
About our Team
The Collins Submarine Program within CASG is responsible for the maintenance and programmed upgrade of Australia’s Collins Class submarines. The Program works in partnership with the Royal Australian Navy and Industry to deliver the strategic submarine capability the strategic submarine capability to the nation.
You will have access to generous and attractive working conditions as an Australian Public Servant in Defence. Working for Defence will support you in balancing work life with family and other priorities.
You can access a variety of flexible working arrangements, including part-time work, occasionally working from home and working hours that are not always nine to five. Information on Defence employees’ working conditions, including an attractive remuneration package that may respond to industry variations and a generous superannuation contribution (15.4%), can be sourced from the Defence Enterprise Agreement.
Our Ideal Candidate
We are seeking candidates with relevant experience and demonstrable knowledge in the materiel logistics discipline, particularly:
Materiel Logistics Governance, Assurance and Policy
Leading an integrated team to achieve the required goals
Be accountable, under limited direction, to perform and achieve complex materiel and logistic tasks, carry out documentary and process reviews, within an integrated workforce and to meet required deadlines
Be accountable for organising their teams workflow and making independent decisions relating to their area of responsibility
Interpreting current legislation, policy and procedures also Defence’s mission and policy and provide advice within their function area to external and internal stakeholders
Work collaboratively with stakeholders and subject matter experts (both internal and external to defence) to resolve materiel logistics matters
Demonstrate strong verbal and written communication skills
Have a high degree of accuracy and exceptional attention to detail
Demonstrate commitment to the Defence Behaviours