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Disciplines: Aerospace Engineering, Automotive Engineering, Building Services Engineering

Remuneration: $$101,955 - $115,005 (plus Super) per annum

Location: Canberra CBD

Type: Full Time

Posted: 13/11/2020

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Executive Level 1
$101,955 - $115,005 (plus Super)
Russell, ACT
 

The Role:

The Weapons and Technical Intelligence branch in the Defence Intelligence Organisation (DIO) is seeking motivated and talented team leaders to undertake complex to very complex technical intelligence related activities within the: maritime, land, air and space domains; emerging and disruptive technologies; modelling and signatures prediction.

 

Technical Intelligence Assessment Managers (Assistant Directors) plan, lead and manage a range of human and physical resources and exercise the associated people and financial responsibilities to achieve business outcomes. You will be expected to resolve operational and strategic issues as they arise and will require strong negotiation, time management, coordination, and problem solving skills. These positions have people management responsibility and as such you will be required to exercise your people management skills and knowledge to lead a high performing and cohesive team.

 

It is a rare opportunity to apply both innovative and strategic thinking in an intelligence assessment environment. The work will expose you to the senior executive, and provide opportunities for significant engagement with the Defence, Australian and international intelligence community.

 

About the Team:

We are a fully integrated civilian-military workforce, drawing on high-quality and motivated people from diverse STEM backgrounds and academic disciplines who embody Defence and Australian Public Service values.

We offer flexible working arrangements and a range of formal and informal professional development opportunities. While we are primarily located in Canberra, we have staff based across Australia, deployed to support Australian Defence Force operations across the globe, and on secondments with international partner agencies.

 

Our Ideal Candidate:

The successful candidate will be self-motivated, demonstrate strong leadership skills, excellent judgement and problem solving skills, initiative, and the ability to develop productive relationships in a team to deliver outcomes in a timely manner. Given the breadth of the work required by the team, you will also need to able to work independently.

 

You will apply your experience and comprehensive knowledge of complex technical design and development principles to identify and drive business improvements, think innovatively and strategically, and manage several tasks simultaneously. The ability to engage and develop relationships with a broad and varied stakeholder base, communicate effectively with different audiences and negotiate solutions is essential.

 

Application Closing Date: Friday 04, December 2020

 

For further information please review the job information pack, reference DIG/05165/20 on www.defence.gov.au/apscareers.

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