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Technical Consulting Senior Specialist

  • Job Number: JR-10072463
  • Employment Type: Permanent Full Time
  • Location: Australia: Flexible
  • Opening date: 28/06/2022 12:00 AM AEST
  • Closing date: 05/07/2022 11:59 PM AEST
  • Applications close in: 6 days time

Hi, we’re Telstra Purple 👋 People bringing purpose to technology.

We are Australia’s largest owned technology services business, focused on outcome-based, transformative tech solutions that help our customers cut through IT complexity to achieve their bespoke goals, faster. If solving unique problems sparks your interest to help change a business, a community or the environment for the better – we’re in sync.

The opportunity

We're hiring for a Senior Network Security Consultant with proven experience in a professional services consulting environment. As a Senior Network Security Consultant, you'll be a mix of someone who's still hands-on, on the technical delivery, but is also excellent at communicating and meeting our customers, understanding their Network Security needs, and is able to bring them to life, with the designs you create.

You'll also:

  • Create high & low-level designs of Network Security solutions

  • Create documentation & lead customer presentations

  • Test & evaluate solutions pre-implementation

  • Implement solutions for our Enterprise customers

  • Perform handovers/training to customers & staff

  • Identify potential opportunities & collaborate to bring those to fruition

  • Continuous improvement to the technology domain

  • Contribute to pre-sales activities, including reviewing inbound statements of work (SOWs), validating and quantifying scope variations, providing technical guidance, and participating in kick-off meetings to ensure all relevant information has been handed over from sales to set up delivery for success

About you

  • Based in Brisbane, primarily working from home, however you will be needed to visit client sites & office locations as needed.

  • You bring energy and enthusiasm to customer conversations and use your analytical thinking and experience to solve customer problems and challenges

  • Proven experience presenting to external customers

  • You're an excellent communicator with the ability to influence strategically and articulate the Pros/Cons with both business and technical stakeholders

  • You facilitate workshops, understand business and technical requirements workshops, technical architecture development, and solution options evaluation.

  • You have experience with network security solutions and have an excellent understanding and preferably experience with:

  • SSE solutions (Secure Web Gateway, CASB, DLP, FWaaS)

  • SD-WAN (VeloCloud, Cisco, Fortinet)

  • Cloud Networking (AWS, Azure)

  • You bring experience with firewall upgrades, complex migrations, network, and host based segmentation

  • Relevant vendor security certifications and experience with Palo Alto, Zscaler, Fortinet, Cisco and Netskope

  • You have a background and understanding of complex routing, switching, data centre SDN, policy-based access

  • Experience with complex firewall design, upgrades and migrations (Fortinet, Palo Alto, Cisco, Check Point experience will be considered).

  • Experience deploying, migrating to, and/or supporting cloud network security (SSE) products such as Netskope, Zscaler, Fortinet or Palo Alto Prisma Access.

  • Experience with secure web gateway and remote access/VPN solutions (Palo Alto, Zscaler)

What we offer

  • Access to professional development

  • 16 weeks paid parental leave for both primary and secondary carers

  • Laptop/ Device 

  • 20gb Hotspot, to enable you to work from anywhere

  • Work/life enablement; so you can balance work + life’s other responsibilities 

  • An epic (free) Telstra mobile phone and plan 

  • Purchased Annual Leave scheme

  • Salary sacrifice / packaging. Set aside part of your salary to pay for things like extra toolkit, short term incentive-to-Super

  • 25% discount on Telstra products and services

  • An additional Telstra day off and a volunteer day off

  • Opportunity to earn points through our internal recognition program

Why Telstra Purple

At the heart of our business are our people - a uniquely talented community of business-minded and tech experts helping businesses cut through IT complexity to achieve their unique goals, faster.

This role requires the successful candidate to be vaccinated against Covid-19 to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our people and customers.

Apply Now
  • Job Number: JR-10072463
  • Employment Type: Permanent Full Time
  • Location: Australia: Flexible
  • Opening date: 28/06/2022 12:00 AM AEST
  • Closing date: 05/07/2022 11:59 PM AEST
  • Applications close in: 6 days time

Our business strategy roles

We're on a transformational journey like no other, so if you're looking for that next step in your career, be it strategic planning, project management or analytics, we could be a perfect fit.

 

Accessibility support

If you identify as living with a disability, our team are happy to work with you through the recruitment process.

Technical Consulting Senior Specialist

  • Job Number: JR-10058577
  • Employment Type: Permanent Full Time
  • Location: Australia: Flexible
  • Opening date: 28/06/2022 12:00 AM AEST
  • Closing date: 06/07/2022 11:59 PM AEST
  • Applications close in: 7 days time

Hi, we’re Telstra Purple 👋 People bringing purpose to technology.

We are Australia’s largest owned technology services business, focused on outcome-based, transformative tech solutions that help our customers cut through IT complexity to achieve their bespoke goals, faster. If solving unique problems sparks your interest to help change a business, a community or the environment for the better – we’re in sync.

The opportunity

We're hiring for a Senior Network Security Consultant with proven experience in a professional services consulting environment. As a Senior Network Security Consultant, you'll be a mix of someone who's still hands-on, on the technical delivery, but is also excellent at communicating and meeting our customers, understanding their Network Security needs, and is able to bring them to life, with the designs you create.

You'll also:

  • Contribute to pre-sales activities, including reviewing inbound statements of work (SOWs), validating and quantifying scope variations, providing technical guidance, and participating in kick-off meetings to ensure all relevant information has been handed over from sales to set up delivery for success

  • Create high & low-level designs of Network Security solutions

  • Create documentation & lead customer presentations

  • Test & evaluate solutions pre-implementation

  • Implement solutions for our Enterprise customers

  • Perform handovers/training to customers & staff

  • Identify potential opportunities & collaborate to bring those to fruition

  • Continuous improvement to the technology domain

About you

  • Based in Melbourne, so you're able to visit client site, as needed, when we're able to move again

  • You bring energy and enthusiasm to customer conversations and use your analytical thinking and experience to solve customer problems and challenges.

  • You're an excellent communicator with the ability to influence strategically and articulate the Pros/Cons with both business and technical stakeholders

  • Proven experience presenting to external customers

  • You facilitate workshops, understand business and technical requirements workshops, technical architecture development, solution options evaluation.

  • You have experience with network security solutions and have excellent understanding and preferably experience with SASE solutions (Secure Web Gateway, CASB, DLP, FWaaS)

  • You bring experience with firewall upgrades, complex migrations, network, and host based segmentation.

  • Relevant vendor security certifications and experience with two or more of the following: Palo Alto, Zscaler, Fortinet, Cisco and Netskope

  • You have a background and understanding of complex routing, switching, data centre SDN, policy-based access

Security

  • CISSP / SANS / SABSA preferred

  • Experience with complex firewall design, upgrades and migrations (Fortinet, Palo Alto, Cisco, Check Point experience will be considered).

  • Experience deploying, migrating to, and/or supporting cloud network security (SASE/CASB) products such as Netskope, Zscaler, Fortinet or Palo Alto Prisma Access.

  • Experience with secure web gateway and remote access/VPN solutions (Palo Alto, Zscaler)

What we offer

  • Access to professional development

  • 16 weeks paid parental leave for both primary and secondary carers

  • Laptop/ Device 

  • 20gb Hotspot, to enable you to work from anywhere

  • Work/life enablement; so you can balance work + life’s other responsibilities 

  • An epic (free) Telstra mobile phone and plan 

  • Purchased Annual Leave scheme

  • Salary sacrifice / packaging. Set aside part of your salary to pay for things like extra toolkit, short term incentive-to-Super

  • 25% discount on Telstra products and services

  • An additional Telstra day off and a volunteer day off

  • Opportunity to earn points through our internal recognition program

This role requires the successful candidate to be vaccinated against Covid-19, to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our people and customers.

Why Telstra Purple

At the heart of our business are our people - a uniquely talented community of business-minded and tech experts helping businesses cut through IT complexity to achieve their unique goals, faster.

Apply Now
  • Job Number: JR-10058577
  • Employment Type: Permanent Full Time
  • Location: Australia: Flexible
  • Opening date: 28/06/2022 12:00 AM AEST
  • Closing date: 06/07/2022 11:59 PM AEST
  • Applications close in: 7 days time

Our business strategy roles

We're on a transformational journey like no other, so if you're looking for that next step in your career, be it strategic planning, project management or analytics, we could be a perfect fit.

 

Accessibility support

If you identify as living with a disability, our team are happy to work with you through the recruitment process.

Land Access Business Specialist WA

  • Job Number: JR-10072346
  • Employment Type: Permanent Full Time
  • Location: WA: Perth
  • Opening date: 27/06/2022 12:00 AM AEST
  • Closing date: 03/07/2022 11:59 PM AEST
  • Applications close in: 4 days time

At Telstra, our purpose is to build a connected future so everyone can thrive. It's a future that won't happen on its own, it has to be delivered — and only Telstra can bring together all the parts to create it. And, this is where YOU come in, by playing your part in help our customers connect: faster, better and smarter.

We fully embrace flexibility and choice at Telstra and it’s as unique as you. We believe every role can flex in some way and encourage you to work where, when, and how you are most engaged, safe, and productive. Talk to us about how a role could be flexible for you!

This role requires the successful candidate to be vaccinated against Covid-19, to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our people and customers. However, please speak to us if you have any questions about this based on your individual circumstances.

About the team

Being part of InfraCo means you are part of creating Australia’s most valuable infrastructure business.  InfraCo exists to build, manage and provide access to one of Australia’s most diverse telecommunications infrastructure portfolios to create world class solutions for our customers and partners.   

About the role

As Regional Land Access Specialist you will contribute to the success of InfraCo’s Land Access function by enabling the efficient delivery of new infrastructure to time, cost and quality parameters.  You will effectively issue and manage responses to land access notifications and approvals in accordance with relevant obligations obtaining timely Land Access, Cultural Heritage and Environment approvals for network design, construction, and maintenance activities across InfraCo’s range of assets.  You will regularly engage with stakeholders to constantly improve and cultivate mutually beneficial relationships and support risk and quality audits

Your responsibilities can include:

General Land Access: 

  • Undertake complex Land Access Operational activities including influencing multiple external stakeholders in order to submit Development Approvals, Above the Line (ATL)/Below The Line (BTL) determinations and obtaining access to sites whilst operating within the Land Access guidelines to allow the provision of services and network installation 
  • Undertake extensive searches of new Native Title claim areas to identify Telstra assets and translate results into reports suitable for courtroom presentation within strict timelines. 
  • Perform environmental risk assessments at the design stage of new projects, particularly those involving more complex environmental issues including flora, fauna, heritage and cultural. 
  • Ensure all relevant legislation is taken into account when assessing land access and construction or maintenance risks. 
  • Arrange the required notifications and liaise with relevant authorities in relation to environmental risks identified. 
  • Produce Environmental reports for inclusion in design packs together with Environmental Management Plans for specific projects where required. 
  • Keep abreast of the latest developments in legislation, policy and process relating to the environment. 
  • Build effective relationships with customer and stakeholder groups to allow timely delivery of customer services. 
  • Develop and maintain an accurate and up to date database of stakeholder contact details to enable strategic engagement to be well informed. 
  • Develop sound working relationships with state and federal government bodies, and local authorities. 
  • Arrange for all Land Access requirements to be satisfied for each project, including the use of the National Notification and Compliance System (NNACS) for notifications. 
  • Ensure that all Land Access and Environmental data is entered accurately to all relevant databases in a timely manner whilst seeking opportunity to improve and develop methods of information capture and storage. 
  • Good level of knowledge and ability to utilise, interrogate and update various systems, DBoRs, tools and processes in the delivery of designs 
  • Provide assistance to designers, undertake a range of pre or post design activities within predetermined timeframes to set performance standards and to prescribed compliance standards. 
  • In fulfilling this role, you may be required to undertake field inspections, relevant to the above duties. This may require travel to and from worksites and as such the ongoing possession of a driver’s licence will be required in accordance with State and Federal Laws. 

Audit: 

  • Contribute to the continued improvement of the Audit Framework. 
  • Lead and / or conduct audit engagements as defined by the Land Access Audit framework. 
  • Collaboratively with suppliers and internal designers to close out Non Conformance Audits determining “Root Cause”, “Corrective Action” and “Remedial Action”. 

Operational / delivery: 

  • Resolve objections escalated from internal Design and Construction and Operations and Maintenance teams and external partners and suppliers. 
  • Obtain Above the Line approvals for sensitive stakeholders. 
  • Provide governance of land access risks and issues across all InfraCo asset portfolios ensuring appropriate visibility to senior management and mitigating risk exposure.  
  • As directed, negotiate or review access agreements with stakeholders to deliver enduring, mutually beneficial outcomes.  

Qualifications:

  • Advanced investigative skills ensuring compliance with Commonwealth, State and Local Legislation whilst maintaining privacy obligations. 
  • Specialist knowledge of Land Access and Environmental legislation, processes and procedures. 
  • Highly developed analytical skills and a demonstrated ability to resolve complex issues.  
  • Demonstrated ability to build and manage stakeholder relationships with empathy and a focus on problem resolution. 
  • Knowledge of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and society and an understanding of historical and contemporary issues relating to Indigenous peoples is highly regarded. 
  • Experience working with a geographically and culturally diverse range of communities, including metropolitan, regional, and remote communities. 
  • Above average communication skills to listen, understand, influence, coach and mentor people. 
  • Ability to work independently with general direction only and with team members as required. 
  • Experience obtaining project based Land Access & Environmental clearances is highly desirable

Why join us?
Your work will expose you to innovative thinking, technologies and global best practice. As we grow, you'll grow, and this will extend onto building your own valuable talents and skills here with us.

Interested? Apply now!
If this opportunity sounds like a perfect fit for you, we'd encourage you to apply!
___________________________

We’re committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce in all its forms. We encourage applicants from diverse gender, cultural and linguistic backgrounds and applicants who may be living with a disability. We also offer flexibility in all our roles, to ensure everyone can participate.

To learn more about how we support our people, including accessibility adjustments we can provide you through the recruitment process, visit tel.st/thrive.

Apply Now
  • Job Number: JR-10072346
  • Employment Type: Permanent Full Time
  • Location: WA: Perth
  • Opening date: 27/06/2022 12:00 AM AEST
  • Closing date: 03/07/2022 11:59 PM AEST
  • Applications close in: 4 days time

Our business strategy roles

We're on a transformational journey like no other, so if you're looking for that next step in your career, be it strategic planning, project management or analytics, we could be a perfect fit.

 

Accessibility support

If you identify as living with a disability, our team are happy to work with you through the recruitment process.

Land Access Business Specialist QLD

  • Job Number: JR-10072355
  • Employment Type: Permanent Full Time
  • Location: Australia: Flexible or QLD: Brisbane
  • Opening date: 27/06/2022 12:00 AM AEST
  • Closing date: 03/07/2022 11:59 PM AEST
  • Applications close in: 4 days time

At Telstra, our purpose is to build a connected future so everyone can thrive. It's a future that won't happen on its own, it has to be delivered — and only Telstra can bring together all the parts to create it. And, this is where YOU come in, by playing your part in help our customers connect: faster, better and smarter.

We fully embrace flexibility and choice at Telstra and it’s as unique as you. We believe every role can flex in some way and encourage you to work where, when, and how you are most engaged, safe, and productive. Talk to us about how a role could be flexible for you!

This role requires the successful candidate to be vaccinated against Covid-19, to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our people and customers. However, please speak to us if you have any questions about this based on your individual circumstances.

About the team

Being part of InfraCo means you are part of creating Australia’s most valuable infrastructure business.  InfraCo exists to build, manage and provide access to one of Australia’s most diverse telecommunications infrastructure portfolios to create world class solutions for our customers and partners.   

About the role

As Regional Land Access Specialist you will contribute to the success of InfraCo’s Land Access function by enabling the efficient delivery of new infrastructure to time, cost and quality parameters.  You will effectively issue and manage responses to land access notifications and approvals in accordance with relevant obligations obtaining timely Land Access, Cultural Heritage and Environment approvals for network design, construction, and maintenance activities across InfraCo’s range of assets.  You will regularly engage with stakeholders to constantly improve and cultivate mutually beneficial relationships and support risk and quality audits

Your responsibilities can include:

General Land Access: 

  • Undertake complex Land Access Operational activities including influencing multiple external stakeholders in order to submit Development Approvals, Above the Line (ATL)/Below The Line (BTL) determinations and obtaining access to sites whilst operating within the Land Access guidelines to allow the provision of services and network installation 
  • Undertake extensive searches of new Native Title claim areas to identify Telstra assets and translate results into reports suitable for courtroom presentation within strict timelines. 
  • Perform environmental risk assessments at the design stage of new projects, particularly those involving more complex environmental issues including flora, fauna, heritage and cultural. 
  • Ensure all relevant legislation is taken into account when assessing land access and construction or maintenance risks. 
  • Arrange the required notifications and liaise with relevant authorities in relation to environmental risks identified. 
  • Produce Environmental reports for inclusion in design packs together with Environmental Management Plans for specific projects where required. 
  • Keep abreast of the latest developments in legislation, policy and process relating to the environment. 
  • Build effective relationships with customer and stakeholder groups to allow timely delivery of customer services. 
  • Develop and maintain an accurate and up to date database of stakeholder contact details to enable strategic engagement to be well informed. 
  • Develop sound working relationships with state and federal government bodies, and local authorities. 
  • Arrange for all Land Access requirements to be satisfied for each project, including the use of the National Notification and Compliance System (NNACS) for notifications. 
  • Ensure that all Land Access and Environmental data is entered accurately to all relevant databases in a timely manner whilst seeking opportunity to improve and develop methods of information capture and storage. 
  • Good level of knowledge and ability to utilise, interrogate and update various systems, DBoRs, tools and processes in the delivery of designs 
  • Provide assistance to designers, undertake a range of pre or post design activities within predetermined timeframes to set performance standards and to prescribed compliance standards. 
  • In fulfilling this role, you may be required to undertake field inspections, relevant to the above duties. This may require travel to and from worksites and as such the ongoing possession of a driver’s licence will be required in accordance with State and Federal Laws. 

Audit: 

  • Contribute to the continued improvement of the Audit Framework. 
  • Lead and / or conduct audit engagements as defined by the Land Access Audit framework. 
  • Collaboratively with suppliers and internal designers to close out Non Conformance Audits determining “Root Cause”, “Corrective Action” and “Remedial Action”. 

Operational / delivery: 

  • Resolve objections escalated from internal Design and Construction and Operations and Maintenance teams and external partners and suppliers. 
  • Obtain Above the Line approvals for sensitive stakeholders. 
  • Provide governance of land access risks and issues across all InfraCo asset portfolios ensuring appropriate visibility to senior management and mitigating risk exposure.  
  • As directed, negotiate or review access agreements with stakeholders to deliver enduring, mutually beneficial outcomes.  

Qualifications:

  • Advanced investigative skills ensuring compliance with Commonwealth, State and Local Legislation whilst maintaining privacy obligations. 
  • Specialist knowledge of Land Access and Environmental legislation, processes and procedures. 
  • Highly developed analytical skills and a demonstrated ability to resolve complex issues.  
  • Demonstrated ability to build and manage stakeholder relationships with empathy and a focus on problem resolution. 
  • Knowledge of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and society and an understanding of historical and contemporary issues relating to Indigenous peoples is highly regarded. 
  • Experience working with a geographically and culturally diverse range of communities, including metropolitan, regional, and remote communities. 
  • Above average communication skills to listen, understand, influence, coach and mentor people. 
  • Ability to work independently with general direction only and with team members as required. 
  • Experience obtaining project based Land Access & Environmental clearances is highly desirable

Why join us?
Your work will expose you to innovative thinking, technologies and global best practice. As we grow, you'll grow, and this will extend onto building your own valuable talents and skills here with us.

Interested? Apply now!
If this opportunity sounds like a perfect fit for you, we'd encourage you to apply!
___________________________

We’re committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce in all its forms. We encourage applicants from diverse gender, cultural and linguistic backgrounds and applicants who may be living with a disability. We also offer flexibility in all our roles, to ensure everyone can participate.

To learn more about how we support our people, including accessibility adjustments we can provide you through the recruitment process, visit tel.st/thrive.

Apply Now
  • Job Number: JR-10072355
  • Employment Type: Permanent Full Time
  • Location: Australia: Flexible or QLD: Brisbane
  • Opening date: 27/06/2022 12:00 AM AEST
  • Closing date: 03/07/2022 11:59 PM AEST
  • Applications close in: 4 days time

Our business strategy roles

We're on a transformational journey like no other, so if you're looking for that next step in your career, be it strategic planning, project management or analytics, we could be a perfect fit.

 

Accessibility support

If you identify as living with a disability, our team are happy to work with you through the recruitment process.

Land Access Business Specialist NSW

  • Job Number: JR-10072357
  • Employment Type: Permanent Full Time
  • Location: Australia: Flexible or NSW: Sydney
  • Opening date: 27/06/2022 12:00 AM AEST
  • Closing date: 03/07/2022 11:59 PM AEST
  • Applications close in: 4 days time

At Telstra, our purpose is to build a connected future so everyone can thrive. It's a future that won't happen on its own, it has to be delivered — and only Telstra can bring together all the parts to create it. And, this is where YOU come in, by playing your part in help our customers connect: faster, better and smarter.

We fully embrace flexibility and choice at Telstra and it’s as unique as you. We believe every role can flex in some way and encourage you to work where, when, and how you are most engaged, safe, and productive. Talk to us about how a role could be flexible for you!

This role requires the successful candidate to be vaccinated against Covid-19, to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our people and customers. However, please speak to us if you have any questions about this based on your individual circumstances.

About the team

Being part of InfraCo means you are part of creating Australia’s most valuable infrastructure business.  InfraCo exists to build, manage and provide access to one of Australia’s most diverse telecommunications infrastructure portfolios to create world class solutions for our customers and partners.   

About the role

As Regional Land Access Specialist you will contribute to the success of InfraCo’s Land Access function by enabling the efficient delivery of new infrastructure to time, cost and quality parameters.  You will effectively issue and manage responses to land access notifications and approvals in accordance with relevant obligations obtaining timely Land Access, Cultural Heritage and Environment approvals for network design, construction, and maintenance activities across InfraCo’s range of assets.  You will regularly engage with stakeholders to constantly improve and cultivate mutually beneficial relationships and support risk and quality audits

Your responsibilities can include:

General Land Access: 

  • Undertake complex Land Access Operational activities including influencing multiple external stakeholders in order to submit Development Approvals, Above the Line (ATL)/Below The Line (BTL) determinations and obtaining access to sites whilst operating within the Land Access guidelines to allow the provision of services and network installation 
  • Undertake extensive searches of new Native Title claim areas to identify Telstra assets and translate results into reports suitable for courtroom presentation within strict timelines. 
  • Perform environmental risk assessments at the design stage of new projects, particularly those involving more complex environmental issues including flora, fauna, heritage and cultural. 
  • Ensure all relevant legislation is taken into account when assessing land access and construction or maintenance risks. 
  • Arrange the required notifications and liaise with relevant authorities in relation to environmental risks identified. 
  • Produce Environmental reports for inclusion in design packs together with Environmental Management Plans for specific projects where required. 
  • Keep abreast of the latest developments in legislation, policy and process relating to the environment. 
  • Build effective relationships with customer and stakeholder groups to allow timely delivery of customer services. 
  • Develop and maintain an accurate and up to date database of stakeholder contact details to enable strategic engagement to be well informed. 
  • Develop sound working relationships with state and federal government bodies, and local authorities. 
  • Arrange for all Land Access requirements to be satisfied for each project, including the use of the National Notification and Compliance System (NNACS) for notifications. 
  • Ensure that all Land Access and Environmental data is entered accurately to all relevant databases in a timely manner whilst seeking opportunity to improve and develop methods of information capture and storage. 
  • Good level of knowledge and ability to utilise, interrogate and update various systems, DBoRs, tools and processes in the delivery of designs 
  • Provide assistance to designers, undertake a range of pre or post design activities within predetermined timeframes to set performance standards and to prescribed compliance standards. 
  • In fulfilling this role, you may be required to undertake field inspections, relevant to the above duties. This may require travel to and from worksites and as such the ongoing possession of a driver’s licence will be required in accordance with State and Federal Laws. 

Audit: 

  • Contribute to the continued improvement of the Audit Framework. 
  • Lead and / or conduct audit engagements as defined by the Land Access Audit framework. 
  • Collaboratively with suppliers and internal designers to close out Non Conformance Audits determining “Root Cause”, “Corrective Action” and “Remedial Action”. 

Operational / delivery: 

  • Resolve objections escalated from internal Design and Construction and Operations and Maintenance teams and external partners and suppliers. 
  • Obtain Above the Line approvals for sensitive stakeholders. 
  • Provide governance of land access risks and issues across all InfraCo asset portfolios ensuring appropriate visibility to senior management and mitigating risk exposure.  
  • As directed, negotiate or review access agreements with stakeholders to deliver enduring, mutually beneficial outcomes.  

Qualifications:

  • Advanced investigative skills ensuring compliance with Commonwealth, State and Local Legislation whilst maintaining privacy obligations. 
  • Specialist knowledge of Land Access and Environmental legislation, processes and procedures. 
  • Highly developed analytical skills and a demonstrated ability to resolve complex issues.  
  • Demonstrated ability to build and manage stakeholder relationships with empathy and a focus on problem resolution. 
  • Knowledge of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and society and an understanding of historical and contemporary issues relating to Indigenous peoples is highly regarded. 
  • Experience working with a geographically and culturally diverse range of communities, including metropolitan, regional, and remote communities. 
  • Above average communication skills to listen, understand, influence, coach and mentor people. 
  • Ability to work independently with general direction only and with team members as required. 
  • Experience obtaining project based Land Access & Environmental clearances is highly desirable

Why join us?
Your work will expose you to innovative thinking, technologies and global best practice. As we grow, you'll grow, and this will extend onto building your own valuable talents and skills here with us.

Interested? Apply now!
If this opportunity sounds like a perfect fit for you, we'd encourage you to apply!
___________________________

We’re committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce in all its forms. We encourage applicants from diverse gender, cultural and linguistic backgrounds and applicants who may be living with a disability. We also offer flexibility in all our roles, to ensure everyone can participate.

To learn more about how we support our people, including accessibility adjustments we can provide you through the recruitment process, visit tel.st/thrive.

Apply Now
  • Job Number: JR-10072357
  • Employment Type: Permanent Full Time
  • Location: Australia: Flexible or NSW: Sydney
  • Opening date: 27/06/2022 12:00 AM AEST
  • Closing date: 03/07/2022 11:59 PM AEST
  • Applications close in: 4 days time

Our business strategy roles

We're on a transformational journey like no other, so if you're looking for that next step in your career, be it strategic planning, project management or analytics, we could be a perfect fit.

 

Accessibility support

If you identify as living with a disability, our team are happy to work with you through the recruitment process.

Land Access Business Senior Specialist NSW

  • Job Number: JR-10072378
  • Employment Type: Permanent Full Time
  • Location: Australia: Flexible or NSW: Sydney
  • Opening date: 27/06/2022 12:00 AM AEST
  • Closing date: 03/07/2022 11:59 PM AEST
  • Applications close in: 4 days time

At Telstra, our purpose is to build a connected future so everyone can thrive. It's a future that won't happen on its own, it has to be delivered — and only Telstra can bring together all the parts to create it. And, this is where YOU come in, by playing your part in help our customers connect: faster, better and smarter.

We fully embrace flexibility and choice at Telstra and it’s as unique as you. We believe every role can flex in some way and encourage you to work where, when, and how you are most engaged, safe, and productive. Talk to us about how a role could be flexible for you!

This role requires the successful candidate to be vaccinated against Covid-19, to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our people and customers. However, please speak to us if you have any questions about this based on your individual circumstances.

About the team

Being part of InfraCo means you are part of creating Australia’s most valuable infrastructure business.  InfraCo exists to build, manage and provide access to one of Australia’s most diverse telecommunications infrastructure portfolios to create world class solutions for our customers and partners.   

About the role

As Regional Land Access Senior Specialist you will contribute to the success of InfraCo’s Land Access function by proactively building relationships with strategic stakeholders to create mutually beneficial outcomes and obtain timely Land Access, Cultural Heritage and Environment approvals for network design, construction, and maintenance activities across InfraCo’s range of assets. 

Your responsibilities can include:

General Land Access: 

  • Act as a leading subject matter expert within InfraCo and provide coaching as appropriate. Support the Land Stewardship, Engagement and Compliance team on broader strategic, regulatory and complex issues.
  • Undertake complex Land Access Operational activities including influencing multiple external stakeholders in order to submit Development Approvals, Above the Line (ATL)/Below The Line (BTL) determinations and obtaining access to sites whilst operating within the Land Access guidelines to allow the provision of services and network installation 
  • Undertake extensive searches of new Native Title claim areas to identify Telstra assets and translate results into reports suitable for courtroom presentation within strict timelines. 
  • Perform environmental risk assessments at the design stage of new projects, particularly those involving more complex environmental issues including flora, fauna, heritage and cultural. 
  • Ensure all relevant legislation is taken into account when assessing land access and construction or maintenance risks. 
  • Arrange the required notifications and liaise with relevant authorities in relation to environmental risks identified. 
  • Produce Environmental reports for inclusion in design packs together with Environmental Management Plans for specific projects where required. 
  • Keep abreast of the latest developments in legislation, policy and process relating to the environment. 
  • Build effective relationships with customer and stakeholder groups to allow timely delivery of customer services. 
  • Develop and maintain an accurate and up to date database of stakeholder contact details to enable strategic engagement to be well informed. 
  • Develop sound working relationships with state and federal government bodies, and local authorities. 
  • Arrange for all Land Access requirements to be satisfied for each project, including the use of the National Notification and Compliance System (NNACS) for notifications. 
  • Ensure that all Land Access and Environmental data is entered accurately to all relevant databases in a timely manner whilst seeking opportunity to improve and develop methods of information capture and storage. 
  • Good level of knowledge and ability to utilise, interrogate and update various systems, DBoRs, tools and processes in the delivery of designs 
  • Provide assistance to designers, undertake a range of pre or post design activities within predetermined timeframes to set performance standards and to prescribed compliance standards. 
  • In fulfilling this role, you may be required to undertake field inspections, relevant to the above duties. This may require travel to and from worksites and as such the ongoing possession of a driver’s licence will be required in accordance with State and Federal Laws. 

Audit: 

  • Contribute to the continued improvement of the Audit Framework. 
  • Oversee execution of audit engagements as defined by the Land Access Audit framework. 
  • Collaboratively with suppliers and internal designers to close out Non Conformance Audits determining “Root Cause”, “Corrective Action” and “Remedial Action”. 

Operational / delivery: 

  • Resolve objections escalated from internal Design and Construction and Operations and Maintenance teams and external partners and suppliers.
  • Obtain Above the Line approvals for sensitive stakeholders, seeking opportunities to develop access agreements with mutually beneficial outcomes.
  • Provide governance of land access risks and issues across all InfraCo asset portfolios ensuring appropriate visibility to senior management and mitigating risk exposure.
  • Proactively seek opportunities to negotiate / renegotiate access agreements with stakeholders to reflect current legislation and operating environments to drive improved operational efficiency.
  • Take accountability to establish and maintain strategic stakeholder relationships, developing a high level of personal trust and commitment with key decision makers in allocated stakeholder organisations.
  • Act as a central point of contact for all InfraCo related issues, enquiries, risks, opportunities and relationship interactions to collaboratively problem solve and resolve matters to avoid escalations to authorities eg: TIO.
  • Proactively engage and communicate our Land Access capabilities with stakeholders and manage/ advocate stakeholder feedback to drive continuous improvement.
  • Facilitate regular engagements with stakeholders to address any systematic issues and proactively identify and drive operational efficiencies to realise productivity improvements and cost minimisation for both stakeholders and Telstra InfraCo to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes.
  • Develop a Stakeholder relationship plan (as required) covering stakeholder organisation, internal and external stakeholder relationships.

Qualifications:

  • Advanced investigative skills ensuring compliance with Commonwealth, State and Local Legislation whilst maintaining privacy obligations.
  • Specialist knowledge of Land Access and Environmental legislation, processes and procedures.
  • Expertise at gaining consensus across multiple stakeholders and leadership levels.
  • Demonstrated stakeholder relationship management and the ability to establish rapport and gain the trust of others to drive mutually beneficial outcomes.
  • Knowledge of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and society and an understanding of historical and contemporary issues relating to Indigenous peoples is highly regarded.
  • Experience working with a geographically and culturally diverse range of communities, including metropolitan, regional, and remote communities.
  • High EQ, strong listening skills and empathy with demonstrated ability to establish rapport and gain the trust of others.
  • Advanced proficiency in oral and written communications skills and ability to interact with people across a wide range of organisations.
  • Above average communication skills to understand, influence, coach and mentor people.
  • Highly developed analytical skills and a demonstrated ability to resolve complex issues.
  • Motivated self-starter with a deep sense of urgency to drive results.
  • Ability to work independently with minimal direction and a desire to collaborate with team members as required.
  • Minimum 2 years’ experience obtaining project based Land Access & Environmental clearances is highly desirable

Why join us?
Your work will expose you to innovative thinking, technologies and global best practice. As we grow, you'll grow, and this will extend onto building your own valuable talents and skills here with us.

Interested? Apply now!
If this opportunity sounds like a perfect fit for you, we'd encourage you to apply!
___________________________

We’re committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce in all its forms. We encourage applicants from diverse gender, cultural and linguistic backgrounds and applicants who may be living with a disability. We also offer flexibility in all our roles, to ensure everyone can participate.

To learn more about how we support our people, including accessibility adjustments we can provide you through the recruitment process, visit tel.st/thrive.

Apply Now
  • Job Number: JR-10072378
  • Employment Type: Permanent Full Time
  • Location: Australia: Flexible or NSW: Sydney
  • Opening date: 27/06/2022 12:00 AM AEST
  • Closing date: 03/07/2022 11:59 PM AEST
  • Applications close in: 4 days time

Our business strategy roles

We're on a transformational journey like no other, so if you're looking for that next step in your career, be it strategic planning, project management or analytics, we could be a perfect fit.

 

Accessibility support

If you identify as living with a disability, our team are happy to work with you through the recruitment process.

Land Access Business Senior Specialist VIC

  • Job Number: JR-10072383
  • Employment Type: Permanent Full Time
  • Location: Australia: Flexible or VIC: Melbourne
  • Opening date: 27/06/2022 12:00 AM AEST
  • Closing date: 03/07/2022 11:59 PM AEST
  • Applications close in: 4 days time

At Telstra, our purpose is to build a connected future so everyone can thrive. It's a future that won't happen on its own, it has to be delivered — and only Telstra can bring together all the parts to create it. And, this is where YOU come in, by playing your part in help our customers connect: faster, better and smarter.

We fully embrace flexibility and choice at Telstra and it’s as unique as you. We believe every role can flex in some way and encourage you to work where, when, and how you are most engaged, safe, and productive. Talk to us about how a role could be flexible for you!

This role requires the successful candidate to be vaccinated against Covid-19, to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our people and customers. However, please speak to us if you have any questions about this based on your individual circumstances.

About the team

Being part of InfraCo means you are part of creating Australia’s most valuable infrastructure business.  InfraCo exists to build, manage and provide access to one of Australia’s most diverse telecommunications infrastructure portfolios to create world class solutions for our customers and partners.   

About the role

As Regional Land Access Senior Specialist you will contribute to the success of InfraCo’s Land Access function by proactively building relationships with strategic stakeholders to create mutually beneficial outcomes and obtain timely Land Access, Cultural Heritage and Environment approvals for network design, construction, and maintenance activities across InfraCo’s range of assets. 

Your responsibilities can include:

General Land Access: 

  • Act as a leading subject matter expert within InfraCo and provide coaching as appropriate. Support the Land Stewardship, Engagement and Compliance team on broader strategic, regulatory and complex issues.
  • Undertake complex Land Access Operational activities including influencing multiple external stakeholders in order to submit Development Approvals, Above the Line (ATL)/Below The Line (BTL) determinations and obtaining access to sites whilst operating within the Land Access guidelines to allow the provision of services and network installation 
  • Undertake extensive searches of new Native Title claim areas to identify Telstra assets and translate results into reports suitable for courtroom presentation within strict timelines. 
  • Perform environmental risk assessments at the design stage of new projects, particularly those involving more complex environmental issues including flora, fauna, heritage and cultural. 
  • Ensure all relevant legislation is taken into account when assessing land access and construction or maintenance risks. 
  • Arrange the required notifications and liaise with relevant authorities in relation to environmental risks identified. 
  • Produce Environmental reports for inclusion in design packs together with Environmental Management Plans for specific projects where required. 
  • Keep abreast of the latest developments in legislation, policy and process relating to the environment. 
  • Build effective relationships with customer and stakeholder groups to allow timely delivery of customer services. 
  • Develop and maintain an accurate and up to date database of stakeholder contact details to enable strategic engagement to be well informed. 
  • Develop sound working relationships with state and federal government bodies, and local authorities. 
  • Arrange for all Land Access requirements to be satisfied for each project, including the use of the National Notification and Compliance System (NNACS) for notifications. 
  • Ensure that all Land Access and Environmental data is entered accurately to all relevant databases in a timely manner whilst seeking opportunity to improve and develop methods of information capture and storage. 
  • Good level of knowledge and ability to utilise, interrogate and update various systems, DBoRs, tools and processes in the delivery of designs 
  • Provide assistance to designers, undertake a range of pre or post design activities within predetermined timeframes to set performance standards and to prescribed compliance standards. 
  • In fulfilling this role, you may be required to undertake field inspections, relevant to the above duties. This may require travel to and from worksites and as such the ongoing possession of a driver’s licence will be required in accordance with State and Federal Laws. 

Audit: 

  • Contribute to the continued improvement of the Audit Framework. 
  • Oversee execution of audit engagements as defined by the Land Access Audit framework. 
  • Collaboratively with suppliers and internal designers to close out Non Conformance Audits determining “Root Cause”, “Corrective Action” and “Remedial Action”. 

Operational / delivery: 

  • Resolve objections escalated from internal Design and Construction and Operations and Maintenance teams and external partners and suppliers.
  • Obtain Above the Line approvals for sensitive stakeholders, seeking opportunities to develop access agreements with mutually beneficial outcomes.
  • Provide governance of land access risks and issues across all InfraCo asset portfolios ensuring appropriate visibility to senior management and mitigating risk exposure.
  • Proactively seek opportunities to negotiate / renegotiate access agreements with stakeholders to reflect current legislation and operating environments to drive improved operational efficiency.
  • Take accountability to establish and maintain strategic stakeholder relationships, developing a high level of personal trust and commitment with key decision makers in allocated stakeholder organisations.
  • Act as a central point of contact for all InfraCo related issues, enquiries, risks, opportunities and relationship interactions to collaboratively problem solve and resolve matters to avoid escalations to authorities eg: TIO.
  • Proactively engage and communicate our Land Access capabilities with stakeholders and manage/ advocate stakeholder feedback to drive continuous improvement.
  • Facilitate regular engagements with stakeholders to address any systematic issues and proactively identify and drive operational efficiencies to realise productivity improvements and cost minimisation for both stakeholders and Telstra InfraCo to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes.
  • Develop a Stakeholder relationship plan (as required) covering stakeholder organisation, internal and external stakeholder relationships.

Qualifications:

  • Advanced investigative skills ensuring compliance with Commonwealth, State and Local Legislation whilst maintaining privacy obligations.
  • Specialist knowledge of Land Access and Environmental legislation, processes and procedures.
  • Expertise at gaining consensus across multiple stakeholders and leadership levels.
  • Demonstrated stakeholder relationship management and the ability to establish rapport and gain the trust of others to drive mutually beneficial outcomes.
  • Knowledge of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and society and an understanding of historical and contemporary issues relating to Indigenous peoples is highly regarded.
  • Experience working with a geographically and culturally diverse range of communities, including metropolitan, regional, and remote communities.
  • High EQ, strong listening skills and empathy with demonstrated ability to establish rapport and gain the trust of others.
  • Advanced proficiency in oral and written communications skills and ability to interact with people across a wide range of organisations.
  • Above average communication skills to understand, influence, coach and mentor people.
  • Highly developed analytical skills and a demonstrated ability to resolve complex issues.
  • Motivated self-starter with a deep sense of urgency to drive results.
  • Ability to work independently with minimal direction and a desire to collaborate with team members as required.
  • Minimum 2 years’ experience obtaining project based Land Access & Environmental clearances is highly desirable

Why join us?
Your work will expose you to innovative thinking, technologies and global best practice. As we grow, you'll grow, and this will extend onto building your own valuable talents and skills here with us.

Interested? Apply now!
If this opportunity sounds like a perfect fit for you, we'd encourage you to apply!
___________________________

We’re committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce in all its forms. We encourage applicants from diverse gender, cultural and linguistic backgrounds and applicants who may be living with a disability. We also offer flexibility in all our roles, to ensure everyone can participate.

To learn more about how we support our people, including accessibility adjustments we can provide you through the recruitment process, visit tel.st/thrive.

Apply Now
  • Job Number: JR-10072383
  • Employment Type: Permanent Full Time
  • Location: Australia: Flexible or VIC: Melbourne
  • Opening date: 27/06/2022 12:00 AM AEST
  • Closing date: 03/07/2022 11:59 PM AEST
  • Applications close in: 4 days time

Our business strategy roles

We're on a transformational journey like no other, so if you're looking for that next step in your career, be it strategic planning, project management or analytics, we could be a perfect fit.

 

Accessibility support

If you identify as living with a disability, our team are happy to work with you through the recruitment process.

Land Access Business Senior Specialist QLD

  • Job Number: JR-10072385
  • Employment Type: Permanent Full Time
  • Location: Australia: Flexible or QLD: Brisbane
  • Opening date: 27/06/2022 12:00 AM AEST
  • Closing date: 03/07/2022 11:59 PM AEST
  • Applications close in: 4 days time

At Telstra, our purpose is to build a connected future so everyone can thrive. It's a future that won't happen on its own, it has to be delivered — and only Telstra can bring together all the parts to create it. And, this is where YOU come in, by playing your part in help our customers connect: faster, better and smarter.

We fully embrace flexibility and choice at Telstra and it’s as unique as you. We believe every role can flex in some way and encourage you to work where, when, and how you are most engaged, safe, and productive. Talk to us about how a role could be flexible for you!

This role requires the successful candidate to be vaccinated against Covid-19, to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our people and customers. However, please speak to us if you have any questions about this based on your individual circumstances.

About the team

Being part of InfraCo means you are part of creating Australia’s most valuable infrastructure business.  InfraCo exists to build, manage and provide access to one of Australia’s most diverse telecommunications infrastructure portfolios to create world class solutions for our customers and partners.   

About the role

As Regional Land Access Senior Specialist you will contribute to the success of InfraCo’s Land Access function by proactively building relationships with strategic stakeholders to create mutually beneficial outcomes and obtain timely Land Access, Cultural Heritage and Environment approvals for network design, construction, and maintenance activities across InfraCo’s range of assets. 

Your responsibilities can include:

General Land Access: 

  • Act as a leading subject matter expert within InfraCo and provide coaching as appropriate. Support the Land Stewardship, Engagement and Compliance team on broader strategic, regulatory and complex issues.
  • Undertake complex Land Access Operational activities including influencing multiple external stakeholders in order to submit Development Approvals, Above the Line (ATL)/Below The Line (BTL) determinations and obtaining access to sites whilst operating within the Land Access guidelines to allow the provision of services and network installation 
  • Undertake extensive searches of new Native Title claim areas to identify Telstra assets and translate results into reports suitable for courtroom presentation within strict timelines. 
  • Perform environmental risk assessments at the design stage of new projects, particularly those involving more complex environmental issues including flora, fauna, heritage and cultural. 
  • Ensure all relevant legislation is taken into account when assessing land access and construction or maintenance risks. 
  • Arrange the required notifications and liaise with relevant authorities in relation to environmental risks identified. 
  • Produce Environmental reports for inclusion in design packs together with Environmental Management Plans for specific projects where required. 
  • Keep abreast of the latest developments in legislation, policy and process relating to the environment. 
  • Build effective relationships with customer and stakeholder groups to allow timely delivery of customer services. 
  • Develop and maintain an accurate and up to date database of stakeholder contact details to enable strategic engagement to be well informed. 
  • Develop sound working relationships with state and federal government bodies, and local authorities. 
  • Arrange for all Land Access requirements to be satisfied for each project, including the use of the National Notification and Compliance System (NNACS) for notifications. 
  • Ensure that all Land Access and Environmental data is entered accurately to all relevant databases in a timely manner whilst seeking opportunity to improve and develop methods of information capture and storage. 
  • Good level of knowledge and ability to utilise, interrogate and update various systems, DBoRs, tools and processes in the delivery of designs 
  • Provide assistance to designers, undertake a range of pre or post design activities within predetermined timeframes to set performance standards and to prescribed compliance standards. 
  • In fulfilling this role, you may be required to undertake field inspections, relevant to the above duties. This may require travel to and from worksites and as such the ongoing possession of a driver’s licence will be required in accordance with State and Federal Laws. 

Audit: 

  • Contribute to the continued improvement of the Audit Framework. 
  • Oversee execution of audit engagements as defined by the Land Access Audit framework. 
  • Collaboratively with suppliers and internal designers to close out Non Conformance Audits determining “Root Cause”, “Corrective Action” and “Remedial Action”. 

Operational / delivery: 

  • Resolve objections escalated from internal Design and Construction and Operations and Maintenance teams and external partners and suppliers.
  • Obtain Above the Line approvals for sensitive stakeholders, seeking opportunities to develop access agreements with mutually beneficial outcomes.
  • Provide governance of land access risks and issues across all InfraCo asset portfolios ensuring appropriate visibility to senior management and mitigating risk exposure.
  • Proactively seek opportunities to negotiate / renegotiate access agreements with stakeholders to reflect current legislation and operating environments to drive improved operational efficiency.
  • Take accountability to establish and maintain strategic stakeholder relationships, developing a high level of personal trust and commitment with key decision makers in allocated stakeholder organisations.
  • Act as a central point of contact for all InfraCo related issues, enquiries, risks, opportunities and relationship interactions to collaboratively problem solve and resolve matters to avoid escalations to authorities eg: TIO.
  • Proactively engage and communicate our Land Access capabilities with stakeholders and manage/ advocate stakeholder feedback to drive continuous improvement.
  • Facilitate regular engagements with stakeholders to address any systematic issues and proactively identify and drive operational efficiencies to realise productivity improvements and cost minimisation for both stakeholders and Telstra InfraCo to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes.
  • Develop a Stakeholder relationship plan (as required) covering stakeholder organisation, internal and external stakeholder relationships.

Qualifications:

  • Advanced investigative skills ensuring compliance with Commonwealth, State and Local Legislation whilst maintaining privacy obligations.
  • Specialist knowledge of Land Access and Environmental legislation, processes and procedures.
  • Expertise at gaining consensus across multiple stakeholders and leadership levels.
  • Demonstrated stakeholder relationship management and the ability to establish rapport and gain the trust of others to drive mutually beneficial outcomes.
  • Knowledge of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and society and an understanding of historical and contemporary issues relating to Indigenous peoples is highly regarded.
  • Experience working with a geographically and culturally diverse range of communities, including metropolitan, regional, and remote communities.
  • High EQ, strong listening skills and empathy with demonstrated ability to establish rapport and gain the trust of others.
  • Advanced proficiency in oral and written communications skills and ability to interact with people across a wide range of organisations.
  • Above average communication skills to understand, influence, coach and mentor people.
  • Highly developed analytical skills and a demonstrated ability to resolve complex issues.
  • Motivated self-starter with a deep sense of urgency to drive results.
  • Ability to work independently with minimal direction and a desire to collaborate with team members as required.
  • Minimum 2 years’ experience obtaining project based Land Access & Environmental clearances is highly desirable

Why join us?
Your work will expose you to innovative thinking, technologies and global best practice. As we grow, you'll grow, and this will extend onto building your own valuable talents and skills here with us.

Interested? Apply now!
If this opportunity sounds like a perfect fit for you, we'd encourage you to apply!
___________________________

We’re committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce in all its forms. We encourage applicants from diverse gender, cultural and linguistic backgrounds and applicants who may be living with a disability. We also offer flexibility in all our roles, to ensure everyone can participate.

To learn more about how we support our people, including accessibility adjustments we can provide you through the recruitment process, visit tel.st/thrive.

Apply Now
  • Job Number: JR-10072385
  • Employment Type: Permanent Full Time
  • Location: Australia: Flexible or QLD: Brisbane
  • Opening date: 27/06/2022 12:00 AM AEST
  • Closing date: 03/07/2022 11:59 PM AEST
  • Applications close in: 4 days time

Our business strategy roles

We're on a transformational journey like no other, so if you're looking for that next step in your career, be it strategic planning, project management or analytics, we could be a perfect fit.

 

Accessibility support

If you identify as living with a disability, our team are happy to work with you through the recruitment process.

Land Access Business Specialist VIC

  • Job Number: JR-10072545
  • Employment Type: Permanent Full Time
  • Location: Australia: Flexible or VIC: Melbourne
  • Opening date: 27/06/2022 12:00 AM AEST
  • Closing date: 03/07/2022 11:59 PM AEST
  • Applications close in: 4 days time

At Telstra, our purpose is to build a connected future so everyone can thrive. It's a future that won't happen on its own, it has to be delivered — and only Telstra can bring together all the parts to create it. And, this is where YOU come in, by playing your part in help our customers connect: faster, better and smarter.

We fully embrace flexibility and choice at Telstra and it’s as unique as you. We believe every role can flex in some way and encourage you to work where, when, and how you are most engaged, safe, and productive. Talk to us about how a role could be flexible for you!

This role requires the successful candidate to be vaccinated against Covid-19, to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our people and customers. However, please speak to us if you have any questions about this based on your individual circumstances.

About the team

Being part of InfraCo means you are part of creating Australia’s most valuable infrastructure business.  InfraCo exists to build, manage and provide access to one of Australia’s most diverse telecommunications infrastructure portfolios to create world class solutions for our customers and partners.   

About the role

As Regional Land Access Specialist you will contribute to the success of InfraCo’s Land Access function by enabling the efficient delivery of new infrastructure to time, cost and quality parameters.  You will effectively issue and manage responses to land access notifications and approvals in accordance with relevant obligations obtaining timely Land Access, Cultural Heritage and Environment approvals for network design, construction, and maintenance activities across InfraCo’s range of assets.  You will regularly engage with stakeholders to constantly improve and cultivate mutually beneficial relationships and support risk and quality audits

Your responsibilities can include:

General Land Access: 

  • Undertake complex Land Access Operational activities including influencing multiple external stakeholders in order to submit Development Approvals, Above the Line (ATL)/Below The Line (BTL) determinations and obtaining access to sites whilst operating within the Land Access guidelines to allow the provision of services and network installation 
  • Undertake extensive searches of new Native Title claim areas to identify Telstra assets and translate results into reports suitable for courtroom presentation within strict timelines. 
  • Perform environmental risk assessments at the design stage of new projects, particularly those involving more complex environmental issues including flora, fauna, heritage and cultural. 
  • Ensure all relevant legislation is taken into account when assessing land access and construction or maintenance risks. 
  • Arrange the required notifications and liaise with relevant authorities in relation to environmental risks identified. 
  • Produce Environmental reports for inclusion in design packs together with Environmental Management Plans for specific projects where required. 
  • Keep abreast of the latest developments in legislation, policy and process relating to the environment. 
  • Build effective relationships with customer and stakeholder groups to allow timely delivery of customer services. 
  • Develop and maintain an accurate and up to date database of stakeholder contact details to enable strategic engagement to be well informed. 
  • Develop sound working relationships with state and federal government bodies, and local authorities. 
  • Arrange for all Land Access requirements to be satisfied for each project, including the use of the National Notification and Compliance System (NNACS) for notifications. 
  • Ensure that all Land Access and Environmental data is entered accurately to all relevant databases in a timely manner whilst seeking opportunity to improve and develop methods of information capture and storage. 
  • Good level of knowledge and ability to utilise, interrogate and update various systems, DBoRs, tools and processes in the delivery of designs 
  • Provide assistance to designers, undertake a range of pre or post design activities within predetermined timeframes to set performance standards and to prescribed compliance standards. 
  • In fulfilling this role, you may be required to undertake field inspections, relevant to the above duties. This may require travel to and from worksites and as such the ongoing possession of a driver’s licence will be required in accordance with State and Federal Laws. 

Audit: 

  • Contribute to the continued improvement of the Audit Framework. 
  • Lead and / or conduct audit engagements as defined by the Land Access Audit framework. 
  • Collaboratively with suppliers and internal designers to close out Non Conformance Audits determining “Root Cause”, “Corrective Action” and “Remedial Action”. 

Operational / delivery: 

  • Resolve objections escalated from internal Design and Construction and Operations and Maintenance teams and external partners and suppliers. 
  • Obtain Above the Line approvals for sensitive stakeholders. 
  • Provide governance of land access risks and issues across all InfraCo asset portfolios ensuring appropriate visibility to senior management and mitigating risk exposure.  
  • As directed, negotiate or review access agreements with stakeholders to deliver enduring, mutually beneficial outcomes.  

Qualifications:

  • Advanced investigative skills ensuring compliance with Commonwealth, State and Local Legislation whilst maintaining privacy obligations. 
  • Specialist knowledge of Land Access and Environmental legislation, processes and procedures. 
  • Highly developed analytical skills and a demonstrated ability to resolve complex issues.  
  • Demonstrated ability to build and manage stakeholder relationships with empathy and a focus on problem resolution. 
  • Knowledge of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and society and an understanding of historical and contemporary issues relating to Indigenous peoples is highly regarded. 
  • Experience working with a geographically and culturally diverse range of communities, including metropolitan, regional, and remote communities. 
  • Above average communication skills to listen, understand, influence, coach and mentor people. 
  • Ability to work independently with general direction only and with team members as required. 
  • Experience obtaining project based Land Access & Environmental clearances is highly desirable

Why join us?
Your work will expose you to innovative thinking, technologies and global best practice. As we grow, you'll grow, and this will extend onto building your own valuable talents and skills here with us.

Interested? Apply now!
If this opportunity sounds like a perfect fit for you, we'd encourage you to apply!
___________________________

We’re committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce in all its forms. We encourage applicants from diverse gender, cultural and linguistic backgrounds and applicants who may be living with a disability. We also offer flexibility in all our roles, to ensure everyone can participate.

To learn more about how we support our people, including accessibility adjustments we can provide you through the recruitment process, visit tel.st/thrive.

Apply Now
  • Job Number: JR-10072545
  • Employment Type: Permanent Full Time
  • Location: Australia: Flexible or VIC: Melbourne
  • Opening date: 27/06/2022 12:00 AM AEST
  • Closing date: 03/07/2022 11:59 PM AEST
  • Applications close in: 4 days time

Our business strategy roles

We're on a transformational journey like no other, so if you're looking for that next step in your career, be it strategic planning, project management or analytics, we could be a perfect fit.

 

Accessibility support

If you identify as living with a disability, our team are happy to work with you through the recruitment process.

Land Access Business Specialist SA/NT

  • Job Number: JR-10072547
  • Employment Type: Permanent Full Time
  • Location: Australia: Flexible or SA: Adelaide
  • Opening date: 27/06/2022 12:00 AM AEST
  • Closing date: 03/07/2022 11:59 PM AEST
  • Applications close in: 4 days time

At Telstra, our purpose is to build a connected future so everyone can thrive. It's a future that won't happen on its own, it has to be delivered — and only Telstra can bring together all the parts to create it. And, this is where YOU come in, by playing your part in help our customers connect: faster, better and smarter.

We fully embrace flexibility and choice at Telstra and it’s as unique as you. We believe every role can flex in some way and encourage you to work where, when, and how you are most engaged, safe, and productive. Talk to us about how a role could be flexible for you!

This role requires the successful candidate to be vaccinated against Covid-19, to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our people and customers. However, please speak to us if you have any questions about this based on your individual circumstances.

About the team

Being part of InfraCo means you are part of creating Australia’s most valuable infrastructure business.  InfraCo exists to build, manage and provide access to one of Australia’s most diverse telecommunications infrastructure portfolios to create world class solutions for our customers and partners.   

About the role

As Regional Land Access Specialist you will contribute to the success of InfraCo’s Land Access function by enabling the efficient delivery of new infrastructure to time, cost and quality parameters.  You will effectively issue and manage responses to land access notifications and approvals in accordance with relevant obligations obtaining timely Land Access, Cultural Heritage and Environment approvals for network design, construction, and maintenance activities across InfraCo’s range of assets.  You will regularly engage with stakeholders to constantly improve and cultivate mutually beneficial relationships and support risk and quality audits

Your responsibilities can include:

General Land Access: 

  • Undertake complex Land Access Operational activities including influencing multiple external stakeholders in order to submit Development Approvals, Above the Line (ATL)/Below The Line (BTL) determinations and obtaining access to sites whilst operating within the Land Access guidelines to allow the provision of services and network installation 
  • Undertake extensive searches of new Native Title claim areas to identify Telstra assets and translate results into reports suitable for courtroom presentation within strict timelines. 
  • Perform environmental risk assessments at the design stage of new projects, particularly those involving more complex environmental issues including flora, fauna, heritage and cultural. 
  • Ensure all relevant legislation is taken into account when assessing land access and construction or maintenance risks. 
  • Arrange the required notifications and liaise with relevant authorities in relation to environmental risks identified. 
  • Produce Environmental reports for inclusion in design packs together with Environmental Management Plans for specific projects where required. 
  • Keep abreast of the latest developments in legislation, policy and process relating to the environment. 
  • Build effective relationships with customer and stakeholder groups to allow timely delivery of customer services. 
  • Develop and maintain an accurate and up to date database of stakeholder contact details to enable strategic engagement to be well informed. 
  • Develop sound working relationships with state and federal government bodies, and local authorities. 
  • Arrange for all Land Access requirements to be satisfied for each project, including the use of the National Notification and Compliance System (NNACS) for notifications. 
  • Ensure that all Land Access and Environmental data is entered accurately to all relevant databases in a timely manner whilst seeking opportunity to improve and develop methods of information capture and storage. 
  • Good level of knowledge and ability to utilise, interrogate and update various systems, DBoRs, tools and processes in the delivery of designs 
  • Provide assistance to designers, undertake a range of pre or post design activities within predetermined timeframes to set performance standards and to prescribed compliance standards. 
  • In fulfilling this role, you may be required to undertake field inspections, relevant to the above duties. This may require travel to and from worksites and as such the ongoing possession of a driver’s licence will be required in accordance with State and Federal Laws. 

Audit: 

  • Contribute to the continued improvement of the Audit Framework. 
  • Lead and / or conduct audit engagements as defined by the Land Access Audit framework. 
  • Collaboratively with suppliers and internal designers to close out Non Conformance Audits determining “Root Cause”, “Corrective Action” and “Remedial Action”. 

Operational / delivery: 

  • Resolve objections escalated from internal Design and Construction and Operations and Maintenance teams and external partners and suppliers. 
  • Obtain Above the Line approvals for sensitive stakeholders. 
  • Provide governance of land access risks and issues across all InfraCo asset portfolios ensuring appropriate visibility to senior management and mitigating risk exposure.  
  • As directed, negotiate or review access agreements with stakeholders to deliver enduring, mutually beneficial outcomes.  

Qualifications:

  • Advanced investigative skills ensuring compliance with Commonwealth, State and Local Legislation whilst maintaining privacy obligations. 
  • Specialist knowledge of Land Access and Environmental legislation, processes and procedures. 
  • Highly developed analytical skills and a demonstrated ability to resolve complex issues.  
  • Demonstrated ability to build and manage stakeholder relationships with empathy and a focus on problem resolution. 
  • Knowledge of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and society and an understanding of historical and contemporary issues relating to Indigenous peoples is highly regarded. 
  • Experience working with a geographically and culturally diverse range of communities, including metropolitan, regional, and remote communities. 
  • Above average communication skills to listen, understand, influence, coach and mentor people. 
  • Ability to work independently with general direction only and with team members as required. 
  • Experience obtaining project based Land Access & Environmental clearances is highly desirable

Why join us?
Your work will expose you to innovative thinking, technologies and global best practice. As we grow, you'll grow, and this will extend onto building your own valuable talents and skills here with us.

Interested? Apply now!
If this opportunity sounds like a perfect fit for you, we'd encourage you to apply!
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We’re committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce in all its forms. We encourage applicants from diverse gender, cultural and linguistic backgrounds and applicants who may be living with a disability. We also offer flexibility in all our roles, to ensure everyone can participate.

To learn more about how we support our people, including accessibility adjustments we can provide you through the recruitment process, visit tel.st/thrive.

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  • Job Number: JR-10072547
  • Employment Type: Permanent Full Time
  • Location: Australia: Flexible or SA: Adelaide
  • Opening date: 27/06/2022 12:00 AM AEST
  • Closing date: 03/07/2022 11:59 PM AEST
  • Applications close in: 4 days time

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