ONRSR - Rail Information Officer
About the Role We are seeking someone who is passionate about working in data administration with skills and experience in data validation and management. This role would suit someone who understands the importance of data quality and is adept at learning new systems, terminology and technical concepts.The Rail Information Officer is responsible for ensuring the accuracy rail safety data submitted by Rail Transport Operators. The data validation the Rail Information Officer provides is integral to the success of our analytics and risk modelling capabilities.The role requires you to communicate effectively and appropriately with Rail Transport Operators to ensure the timeliness, accuracy and completeness of information.About YouTo be successful in the role you should have: A good understanding and experience in data management and validation to ensure good data quality, accuracy, timeliness and completeness of the information.Ability to quickly master a range of in-house software applications and standard business systems.Ability to quickly learn new terminology, abbreviations, technical concepts, especially if you haven’t been in the rail industry or a regulatory role before.Well-developed written and verbal communication skills that enable effective and appropriate communication with a broad range of stakeholders, including the ability to relate effectively in consultation and negotiation.Ability to work independently and as a team member with minimal direction and demonstrate initiative in managing high volumes of work, determining priorities and organising work to meet deadlines.Good verbal and written communication skills, including being able to help people through technical difficulties they experience through a help desk function.Ability to deal appropriately with sensitive issues and maintain a high level of confidentiality.About usThe Office of the National Rail Safety Regulator (ONRSR) has the responsibility for regulatory oversight of rail safety throughout Australia. As an independent regulatory authority, ONRSR pursues safe railways for Australia by encouraging safe rail operations, enforcing national compliance with the Rail Safety National Law, and promoting and improving rail safety across the country.ONRSR actively encourages productive working relationships, a healthy work-life balance, workplace diversity and development of expertise.  In addition, the organisation offers a commitment to learning and development, and flexible work options.  Further details on the benefits of working at ONRSR can be found at http://careers.onrsr.com.au/The Application ProcessIt is to your benefit that you read the Position Description which is attached below or can be found at: http://careers.onrsr.com.au/Provide a cover letter of no more than two pages detailing why you are suited to the roleInclude your resumeInclude three refereesAs part of the recruitment and selection process, you will be required to undertake a criminal history check if you are one of the preferred candidates.  The results may not necessarily preclude appointment to the position.Personal information is handled in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988 and the Australian Privacy Principles.  For more information, download our privacy notice or privacy policy at www.onrsr.com.au.Enquiries to: Andreas Kornusch, National Manager Safety Assurance: (08) 8406 1528Salary:   $82,821 - $87,142 + 10% superContract length: 12 months fixed termApplications close: 5pm Tuesday 3 August 2021NOTE:You must be an Australian citizen, permanent resident or hold a valid work permit or visa.Applications are sought from direct candidates only. No agencies please.Application closing dates are at the discretion of ONRSR and may change without notice.Position Description - Rail Information Officer 82821 AUD Adelaide

Rail Information Officer

About the Role

We are seeking someone who is passionate about working in data administration with skills and experience in data validation and management. This role would suit someone who understands the importance of data quality and is adept at learning new systems, terminology and technical concepts.

The Rail Information Officer is responsible for ensuring the accuracy rail safety data submitted by Rail Transport Operators. The data validation the Rail Information Officer provides is integral to the success of our analytics and risk modelling capabilities.

The role requires you to communicate effectively and appropriately with Rail Transport Operators to ensure the timeliness, accuracy and completeness of information.

About You

To be successful in the role you should have: 

  • A good understanding and experience in data management and validation to ensure good data quality, accuracy, timeliness and completeness of the information.
  • Ability to quickly master a range of in-house software applications and standard business systems.
  • Ability to quickly learn new terminology, abbreviations, technical concepts, especially if you haven’t been in the rail industry or a regulatory role before.
  • Well-developed written and verbal communication skills that enable effective and appropriate communication with a broad range of stakeholders, including the ability to relate effectively in consultation and negotiation.
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member with minimal direction and demonstrate initiative in managing high volumes of work, determining priorities and organising work to meet deadlines.
  • Good verbal and written communication skills, including being able to help people through technical difficulties they experience through a help desk function.
  • Ability to deal appropriately with sensitive issues and maintain a high level of confidentiality.

About us

The Office of the National Rail Safety Regulator (ONRSR) has the responsibility for regulatory oversight of rail safety throughout Australia. As an independent regulatory authority, ONRSR pursues safe railways for Australia by encouraging safe rail operations, enforcing national compliance with the Rail Safety National Law, and promoting and improving rail safety across the country.

ONRSR actively encourages productive working relationships, a healthy work-life balance, workplace diversity and development of expertise.  In addition, the organisation offers a commitment to learning and development, and flexible work options.  Further details on the benefits of working at ONRSR can be found at http://careers.onrsr.com.au/

The Application Process

It is to your benefit that you read the Position Description which is attached below or can be found at: http://careers.onrsr.com.au/

  • Provide a cover letter of no more than two pages detailing why you are suited to the role
  • Include your resume
  • Include three referees

As part of the recruitment and selection process, you will be required to undertake a criminal history check if you are one of the preferred candidates.  The results may not necessarily preclude appointment to the position.

Personal information is handled in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988 and the Australian Privacy Principles.  For more information, download our privacy notice or privacy policy at www.onrsr.com.au.

Enquiries to: Andreas Kornusch, National Manager Safety Assurance: (08) 8406 1528

Salary:   $82,821 - $87,142 + 10% super

Contract length: 12 months fixed term

Applications close: 5pm Tuesday 3 August 2021

NOTE:

  • You must be an Australian citizen, permanent resident or hold a valid work permit or visa.
  • Applications are sought from direct candidates only. No agencies please.
  • Application closing dates are at the discretion of ONRSR and may change without notice.