The purpose of an Observing Operations Hub is to house all the competencies required to fully service the requirements of the area it covers.
The locations and number of Hubs are governed by user requirements and network operations.
The Project Lead role at the Observing Operations Hub Sydney (OOHS) will be directly responsible for activities associated with delivery of project work as required by Work Packages for OOHS.
More specifically, you will be responsible for and report to the Hub Manager on :
Ability to acquire a Restricted Electrical Licence (Qualified Supervisor Disconnect / Reconnect) would be an advantage and qualifications in project management or electronics would be desirable.
To operate effectively as a Project Lead (TO4) you will undertake moderate to very complex operational tasks.
Regardless of your tasks or specialisation, you will liaise with stakeholder groups on technical aspects of observing networks, review and contribute to working documentation, prepare and deliver reports and provide technical expertise on business development opportunities where required.
You may be tasked with additional relevant duties at the appropriate level.
As a Project Lead (TO4), you will be an integral part of inter-Hub technical panels. These technical panels will facilitate knowledge sharing and encourage a network-wide, consistent approach to practices and systems of work.
You are required to hold all relevant pre-requisite competencies and to have completed all relevant pre-requisite training before undertaking the duties associated with those competencies or training.
You are required to comply with all relevant legislation, policies, procedures and guidance pertinent to your work and ensure that all members of your team do the same, especially with regard WHSE.
In the organisational structure, the Project Lead (TO4) will have some management responsibility for TO3 and TO2 staff as required and will report to the Hub Manager.
Operational management of staff is expected in certain circumstances.