$76,553 – $83,433 + 15.4% super
Melbourne or Canberra
The Bureau has an established Procurement and Contracts function resourced with qualified procurement and contract management professionals supporting the Bureau’s $200m+ annual expenditure on goods & services.
The Procurement Officer is responsible for the end-to-end procurement lifecycle of procurements consistent with legislation, Government policy and enterprise processes under the Procurement Service Model. The procurement officer will elevate and advocate Indigenous procurement within the Bureau and play a key role to assist the team to implement actions from the Bureau’s Reconciliation Action Plan including developing and implementing an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Procurement Strategy.
You will have demonstrated knowledge and experience or the demonstrated capability to acquire and apply the knowledge, skills and techniques specific to a Commonwealth procurement environment, with an understanding of the broader impacts and implications of procurement activities.
The incumbent may have experience in a procurement environment and will develop and maintain productive relationships with stakeholders to ensure priorities are delivered as according to timelines.
The Bureau recognises and values the unique perspectives and skills of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and celebrates diversity through several initiatives including our Reconciliation Action Plan 2021-23 and our NAIDOC and National Reconciliation Week celebrations. We provide access to flexible work options to enable work/life balance along with access to additional cultural leave to ensure continued connection to community.
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