APS6 and EL1 Airport Regulatory Officer

Posted 05 June 2024
Salary$92005 - $134426 per annum
Job type Full time
DisciplineGovernment FederalGovernment Local

Job description

APS 6 and EL1 Airport Regulatory Officer
  • APS 6 $92,005 to $110,020 / 15.4% Super
  • EL1 $118,176 to $134,426 / 15.4% Super
  • Canberra, ACT
  • 6-month or 12-month contract, (possible 6-month extension)
About the role
The Airports Branch oversees and provides government policy and regulatory advice on matters relating to 21 operational federal leased airports across Australia. The Branch undertakes effective and efficient regulation of federal leased airports to ensure the operations of airports, as nationally significant infrastructure, remain in the public interest. The Queensland Airports and Airport Building Control Section provides policy advice and regulatory oversight in relation to the five leased federal airports in Queensland (Brisbane, Gold Coast, Townsville, Archerfield and Mt Isa). The Section also administers the Parking Infringement Notices Scheme, under Part 4 of the Airport (Control of On-Airport Activities) Regulations 1997 and provides secretariat and administrative functions for the Brisbane Airport Community Airspace Advisory Board (AAB).
  • This includes assessment of Master Plans and Major Development Plans, regulatory oversight of activities undertaken under the Airport (Control of On-Airport Activities) Regulations 1997
  • Providing advice to government on airports related matters
  • Liaising with government and industry stakeholders on matters of interest.
  • Adept at analyse plans and large documents against the act
  • Consider what else is happening (aviation green and white paper) and feedback that is being provided form the minister’s office
  • Strategic understanding of what’s happening more broadly in the aviation sector
  • Strong research and analysis skills
  • Regulatory, compliance and grants application assessment against the criteria
  • Regulatory oversight
Desired Experience  
  • Compliance background
  • Grants assessment
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Policy background
Application Requirements 
  • Applicants must hold Australian citizenship and an active baseline security clearance or can be sponsored.
  • Ability to obtain and maintain national police check.
For further details, please contact Mishael Solomon on 02 6162 7317 or email via MSolomon@dfp.com.au

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