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Working as “one team”, we have created an operational environment where our greatest resource – our people – will more effectively bring to bear their collective wealth of core skills and attributes to improve transport safety across the aviation, rail and marine transport sectors.
The ATSB's purpose is to improve safety of, and public confidence in, aviation, marine and rail transport through:
[ul][li]independent investigation of transport accidents and other safety occurrences[/li][li]safety data recording, analysis and research[/li][li]fostering safety awareness, knowledge and action.[/li][/ul]You must be an Australian citizen or a permanent resident to apply for an non-ongoing (temporary) or ongoing (permanent) position at the ATSB.
Should you require further assistance in terms of submitting your application, please contact our Recruitment Officer on 02 6122 1673 or via email to: [email@example.com]firstname.lastname@example.org[/email]
Current position vacant[table][tr][th][left]Title:[/left][/th][td]Transport Safety Investigator[/td][/tr][tr][th][left]Classification:[/left][/th][td]APS Level 6 – Executive Level 1 (TSI Broadband)[/td][/tr][tr][th][left]Position number:[/left][/th][td]2020/05[/td][/tr][tr][th][left]Tenure:[/left][/th][td]Ongoing[/td][/tr][tr][th][left]Salary:[/left][/th][td]$91,064 - $117,921 (+)[/td][/tr][tr][th][left]Branch:[/left][/th][td]Transport Safety Division[/td][/tr][tr][th][left]Location:[/left][/th][td]Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Canberra and potentially Sydney[/td][/tr][tr][th][left]Security clearance:[/left][/th][td]Baseline[/td][/tr][tr][th][left]Close date:[/left][/th][td]Monday, 28 September 2020[/td][/tr][tr][th][left]Contact officer:[/left][/th][td]Recruitment on (02) 6122 1673[/td][/tr][/table]
About the position
For this particular vacancy, the ATSB is looking for candidates that have a particular interest in improving safety in transport and are able to draw from their demonstrated (minimum 5 years) infrastructure and/or operational experience within the rail industry.
To be successful as a Transport Safety Investigator (TSI) you will need to demonstrate:
[ul][li]comprehensive analytical and technical writing skills, to produce preliminary, interim and final transport safety investigation reports[/li][li]project management skills capable of achieving a defined outcome, with agreed resources and within a prescribed time period[/li][li]excellent communication and stakeholder management skills capable of professionally representing the ATSB’s interests with a range of government and private sector organisations and the general public[/li][li]leadership skills capable of leading or working with small teams of like-minded professionals within a collaborative environment[/li][li]an ability to work collaboratively and cooperatively and recognise/respect the work preferences and different views of others[/li][li]an ability to apply industry knowledge and experience impartially[/li][li]an understanding of, or an ability to acquire and apply a knowledge of, relevant legislation and supporting regulations[/li][li]an ongoing commitment to self-development and the maintenance of industry awareness.[/li][/ul]
This article first appeared on www.atsb.gov.au
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