An exciting opportunity to join Tasmanian Irrigation as it enters its next stage of growth with the Pipeline to Prosperity program.
Tasmanian Irrigation Pty Ltd (TI) is a state-owned company that develops, owns and operates irrigation schemes in Tasmania. Since its inception in 2008, TI has established a suite of 15 operating, market-driven irrigation schemes. The primary aim of these schemes is to grow the wealth of Tasmania by developing and enhancing the productive capacity of the State’s agricultural industries. Visit www.tasmanianirrigation.com.au for further information.
TI is entering its next stage of growth with the Pipeline to Prosperity program, providing the opportunity for a Manager Engineering Services to support the core function of TI, being water delivery.
Reporting to the General Manager Technical Support Services, this role will lead a team in the delivery of engineering support services and advice for existing schemes whilst developing the capability and operational knowledge to support the development of new schemes. A key focus of the role will be to work with the General Manager Technical Support Services to ensure that engineering resources are allocated across the business as efficiently as possible and to ensure that most the most efficient use of internal and external resourcing capability is made.
The successful candidate will demonstrate contemporary leadership skills and experience in similar senior roles, together with outstanding communication and stakeholder management skills. An ability to drive performance improvement, customer focus and efficiencies and build collaborative working relationships is essential. Experience in the water industry or other service utilities would be highly desirable.
For a confidential discussion or to request a copy of the position description, please contact Sarah Hendriksen or Lynne Chapman or at SRA Executive on 1300 857 446. Applications must address the selection criteria. To submit an application, please apply online at www.sraexecutive.com.au by 9:00am on Monday, 21 October 2019.