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Great opportunity for an experienced Project Officer who can deliver a range of project management and support services in the Public Sector. Working in the heart of CBD, you will be able to further your knowledge in areas including public policy formulation, public administration and state administrative matters.
As the successful candidate you will demonstrate:
- Experience in project management and support services, including implementing and monitoring project plans in tight deadlines and limited resources
- Great communication skills with key stakeholders and exchange information that support project completion
- Source and compile data to identify emerging issues and track and report on project process
- Ability to undertake research and analysis by identifying trends and preparing project briefs.
This is a temporary role, with an opportunity to extend if possible.
How to Apply?
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