The MDBA aims to achieve a healthy working Basin
Who are we:
With the enactment of the Water Act 2007 (Cth), the Murray–Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) was established as an independent expertise-based statutory agency.
For the first time in the Basin’s history, one Basin-wide institution is responsible for planning the Basin’s water resources, with all planning decisions made in the interest of the Basin as a whole.
Our most important work is to:
prepare, implement and review an integrated plan for the sustainable use of the Basin’s water resources
operate the River Murray system and efficiently deliver water to users on behalf of partner governments
measure, monitor and record the quality and quantity of the Basin’s water resources
support, encourage and conduct research and investigations about the Basin’s water resources and dependent ecosystems
advise the Australian Government Minister for Water Resources on the accreditation of state water resource plans
provide water rights information to facilitate water trading across the Basin
engage and educate the Australian community about the Basin’s water resources.
At the MDBA, we are committed to diversity and inclusion across our workforce, and in the way that we work. We recognise the importance of making the best use of the unique perspectives, experience, knowledge and skills across our regionalised organisation. We strive to create a workplace where our people flourish in a welcoming and culturally safe environment. We encourage and welcome applications from people with disability, First Nations peoples, LGBTIQ+ people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and mature age people.
Who are we looking for:
Within the Basin Plan Portfolio these roles are part of the Basin Plan Implementation (WRP, Accounting) Program. This Program undertakes a variety of regulatory functions, which range from the assessment of water resource plans, to management of the system of accounts that keeps track of how much water is taken each year from the Basin’s rivers, valleys and groundwater systems.
In the APS6 Water Resource Plan Assessor role you will:
Assist with assessment of Water Resource Plans against the requirements in Chapter 10 of the Basin Plan
Under EL1 direction, undertake critical analysis of state legislation, with consideration against Basin Plan requirements, using a tailored and standardised report requirements and template
Be responsible for assisting the assessment of a specified (overall) water resource plan(s) and assist assessment of specific parts of other water resource plans led by others
In the EL1 Water Resource Plan Lead Assessor role you will:
Assist with assessment of Water Resource Plans against the requirements in Chapter 10 of the Basin Plan, including leading on assessment components and overseeing the work of others
Undertake critical analysis of state legislation, with consideration against Basin Plan requirements, using a tailored and standardised report requirements and template
Be responsible for leading the assessment of a specified (overall) water resource plan(s) and lead specific parts of other water resource plans led by others
Engage in and contribute to leadership activities
Relocation packages are available, and we are committed to a flexible and inclusive workplace that will suit you and your individual needs. Joining us means you will contribute your expertise as part of an agile working environment that offers an attractive salary package, including up to 15.4% superannuation. You will also be eligible to receive a wide range of employee benefits, support for flexible working arrangements and have excellent working conditions. We support the professional development of our people, and the chance to try new things across our variety of capabilities and work locations.
Tell me more:
It is easy to apply for a job at the MDBA. Go to www.mdba.gov.au/careers and tell us what makes you the ideal candidate. Take the opportunity to work with the MDBA as we continue to make a difference through the protection and enhancement of the environment.
For more information regarding this opportunity contact Michael Radajewski – firstname.lastname@example.org 02 6279 0124.
To apply for this job please visit www.mdba.gov.au.