Workforce Analysis and Insights Officer – Move to Melbourne in Department of Justice and Community Safety at CBD & Inner Suburbs

Department of Justice and Community Safetyis hiring people as Workforce Analysis and Insights Officer – Move to Melbourne. The Selected person will be earn at least $71853 – $87245 plus super AUD per month. There are also many more opportunities. Read the entire post carefully to know all the details related to this job.
PostingWorkforce Analysis and Insights Officer – Move to Melbourne
Job EmployerDepartment of Justice and Community Safety
LocationCBD & Inner Suburbs
Salary$71853 – $87245 plus super
Job postedMay 29, 2022
Job Deadline2022-06-13
Job SectorGovernment – State
  • Are you ready to grasp an exciting career opportunity?
  • Expand your experience and develop new skills
  • Relocation assistance available
  • Enjoy job security and join the team at Western Plains Correctional Centre

Victoria’s new public Correctional Centre is approaching completion and now is the time to apply for ongoing jobs that will help shape the future operations of the facility. 

Employees working in the initial stage of operations will contribute to the foundations of the new facility by participating in the development of operating processes, services and procedures. In addition, they will be part of a multi-disciplinary team committed to building a culture of continuous improvement in the workplace.

The new correctional centre will strengthen the way we work with prisoners by harnessing innovative approaches and using the latest in technology to achieve improved outcomes for the safety of the whole community.  

If you have a passion for seeing others succeed and are motivated to make a positive contribution, then make the most of this unique opportunity to be part of the team at the new Western Plains Correctional Centre.

The role

The Workforce Analysis and Insights Officer provides administrative support and expert advice regarding workforce capacity and capability. The support they provide includes organising information and data into reports that will inform decision making and help the correctional centre meet its workforce objectives now and into the future. This will include the creation of staffing rosters for various teams working in the facility. 

Your skills and experience  

As a workforce planner you will have experience in data and trend analysis. You will be proficient at collating information into reports and working with partners to identify emerging workforce issues and evidence-based solutions. 

You will be a good collaborator who can plan staff deployment, shift arrangements and staff rotation across the facility. Additionally, you’ll have the ability to apply your advanced technology skills to complex spreadsheet and database functions. 

Apply now 

For more information about the role contact Kylie Page on 0419 349 184 or email [email protected]. 

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