Project Manager

Location: Perth, Perth, Western Australia
Job Type: Temporary
Specialisation: Programme & Project Management
Salary: Negotiable
Reference: CR/006884_1630383595
Contact: Mark Norman
Email: email Mark

Role Specific Responsibilities and Key Outcomes:

  • Responsible for the planning, implementation and delivery of complex projects that span one or multiple lines of business.
  • Responsible for managing and delivering projects within the agreed time, cost, quality, scope within risk appetite to customer/stakeholder expectation.
  • Full project lifecycle ownership from initiation to deployment for one or more complex projects ensuring alignment to business strategies and priorities.
  • Applies appropriate Project Management controls, governance and methodology to deliver target business outcomes.
  • Provides leadership to the project team by managing daily team activities, building, motivating and mentoring team members to meet project goals.
  • Lead the project team in fostering a creative and analytical problem-solving environment demonstrating teamwork, innovation and excellence.
  • Manage interdependencies between technology, operations and business needs.
  • Identifies and reports on issues with project structure, cost, risk, impact on current business activities and the strategic benefits to be realised.
  • During the implementation of projects and/or initiatives, ensures alignment with the organisation's strategic direction towards excellence in customer service.
  • Manages procurement activities and vendors complying with HSS practices and standards.
  • Monitors and manages compliance and accountability for planning, environmental and risk management matters for the projects.
  • Manages the timing, approach and response needed to resolve complex issues associated with projects including functional, technical, environmental and political matters.
  • Defines and implements strategies to monitor performance, identifying success and puts in place plans to address areas of improvement.
  • Report on project success criteria results, benefits metrics, test and deployment management activities.
  • Develops and maintains key internal and external business relationships and networks, by applying effective stakeholder management.
  • Attends project board meetings and steering committee meetings and represents the project team escalating risks and issues and responding to stakeholders' queries as they arise.
  • Ensures stakeholders receive the correct information at the right time regarding program, project and/or initiative performance.


  1. Demonstrated experience in managing projects and project management tools and systems including the ability to plan, prioritise, make decisions, meet deadlines and manage resources for a range of projects (size, complexity and risk).
  2. Accreditation or formal training in a project management discipline.
  3. Demonstrated problem solving skills including the ability to identify risk and implement solutions.
  4. High level interpersonal and communication (written and verbal) skills with strengths in negotiation.
  5. High level time management skills with the proven ability to manage competing priorities and deliver outcomes.
  6. Demonstrated financial management and budget preparation.


  1. Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline.
  2. Prior experience in working for a public sector agency or healthcare provider.
  3. Current knowledge of legislative obligations for Equal Opportunity, Disability Services and Occupational Safety & Health, and how these impact on employment and service delivery.