Consumer Affairs Victoria (CAV) is the state's consumer regulator. Its vision is to have a fair and competitive marketplace in Victoria.
Our goals are:
- Businesses are compliant with consumer laws
- Victorians exercise their consumer rights
- A fair and safe rental market for Victorians
- A modern and effective consumer law framework
- A sustainable and innovative regulator.
We provide administrative support to several statutory offices and bodies including the Business Licensing Authority, Motor Car Traders Claims Committee and the Residential Tenancies Bond Authority, as well supporting Consumer Affairs' ministerial advisory roles.
The Corporate Projects Office (CPO) is responsible for providing a central coordination function for the range of projects being undertaken by CAV, to drive strategic alignment between projects and CAV strategic goals, and to provide advice and support to staff and managers across CAV. CPO also supports project teams with the co-ordination of the dependencies between projects (and business as usual work), and the co-ordination and prioritisation of limited resources.
About the role
A new function of the CPO is to provide advice and support to CAV staff on procurement processes required within the Department of Justice and Regulation (DJR).
Reporting to the Manager, Corporate Projects Office, the Corporate Procurement Adviser will be responsible for providing procurement support and coaching to project teams in CAV and be the primary point of contact between the Office of the Chief Procurement Officer and the business. Under the direction of the Manager, CPO, the main objectives of the role are:
- to ensure procurements fulfil the requirements of DJR procurement processes
- to assist the business meet its needs with integrity in a timely and coordinated manner
- to build procurement capability with the organisation.
As our ideal candidate, you will have a demonstrated experience managing and advising on procurements of varying sizes in the Victorian public sector, including procurement approaches, requirement specification and commercial models. You will have proven experience and ability to develop and maintain sound working relationships with people at all levels, and to work collaboratively to coordinate inputs from senior stakeholders in order to achieve required outcomes.
How to apply
Please click the Apply button at the bottom of this advertisement. Applications should include a resume and covering letter. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats.
When submitting your application online, there will be questions pertaining to a number of the position's Key Selection Criteria to which you are required to respond.
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