Two NEW permanent role. 

Want to be part of Australia’s naval future? Two exciting new permanent roles have just opened in Adelaide with Naval Shipbuilding College. 

On behalf of the Australian Government (Defence), you’ll work on the exciting Hunter Class 26 Frigate project.

Workforce Planning Director

Duties and responsibilities:

  • This position reports directly to the NSI Program Director and will work with and support other NSC Managers to develop and execute NSC activities.
  • Responsible for the definition, establishment, coordination, delivery and reporting for the Naval Shipbuilding College Project, Workforce Planning Work Stream.
  • Responsible for the delivery of the scope, and achievement of the schedule and budget for this work stream.
  • The role is responsible as the primary interface with the Senior Industry and Commonwealth stakeholders with regard to workforce development and engagement with regard to market supply and demand modelling. Incumbent will also be responsible for liaising with other Industries or Peak Bodies to further the development and execution of a Naval Shipbuilding Workforce plan.
  • Responsible for development of a comprehensive Workforce Model, sourcing the raw supply and demand data for all relevant job roles across the sector. Responsible for building the market supply data picture nationally across the geography’s of interest spanning the priority roles and job families required by the industry stakeholders. Responsible for developing the resource demand database by engagement with the key industry stakeholders and preparing market demand forecasts across all of the priority roles for the industry stakeholders.
  • This position plans, prepares, and issues Naval Shipbuilding manpower plans through coordination with Australian shipbuilders to understand the manpower demands and resource requirements to meet the shipbuilding, sustainment and supply chain needs.
  • This position also advises management of the status of current demand, manpower gaps, and mitigation plans to ensure requirements are met.
  • Builds long term strategies and develops workforce models that include the understanding of labour capacity planning, construction methods and sequencing, scenario planning, complex modelling to ensure future needs are defined and planned.
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Workforce Planning Manager

Duties and responsibilities:

  • This position reports directly to the NSC Workforce Planning Director and will work with and support other NSC Managers to develop and execute NSC activities.
  • The role is has a significant interface with the industry and Commonwealth stakeholders with regard to workforce development and engagement with regard to market supply and demand modelling.
  • Responsible for sourcing the raw supply and demand data for all relevant job roles across the sector. Responsible for building the market supply data picture nationally across the geography’s of interest spanning the priority roles and job families required by the industry stakeholders. Responsible for developing the resource demand database by engagement with the key industry stakeholders and preparing market demand forecasts across all of the priority roles for the industry stakeholders.
  • This position plans, prepares, and issues Naval Shipbuilding manpower plans through coordination with Australian shipbuilders to understand the manpower demands and resource requirements to meet the shipbuilding, sustainment and supply chain needs.
  • This position also advises management of the status of current demand, manpower gaps, and mitigation plans to ensure requirements are met.
  • Builds long term strategies and develops workforce models that include the understanding of labour capacity planning, construction methods and sequencing, scenario planning, complex modelling to ensure future needs are defined and planned.
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Interested? Call (02) 6199 5750 

Interested? Call (02) 6199 5750