Aviation Account Manager – Executive Level 1

Aviation Customer Manager – Executive Level 1

POSITION REFERENCE NUMBER 60009017

CLASSIFICATION Level 1 executive (senior administrator of grade C)

BAND business solutions

PROGRAM Air, land and sea transport

LOCATION Brisbane or Melbourne

STATUS In progress

BUSINESS HOURS Both full time and part time will be considered

WAGE SCALE $100,075 to $112,725 plus an additional 15.4% superannuation

CLOSING DATE 11:30 p.m. AEST Wednesday, August 3, 2022

CANDIDATES Australian Citizenship – see eligibility requirements

CONTACT OFFICER Cathy Kingston – Senior Aviation Customer Manager
Phone: 07 3239 8626 Email: [email protected]

VALID FROM July 12, 2022

ABOUT US

The Bureau of Meteorology is one of the few organizations that touches the lives of all Australians and all of Australia, every day. The Bureau works across Australia and outlying islands, providing services from Antarctica to over the equator, and from the Indian Ocean to the Pacific.

We are the Australian National Weather, Climate and Water Agency, within the Agriculture, Water and Environment Portfolio of the Australian Government, operating under the authority of the 1955 Act on Meteorology and the Water Act 2007. We provide data, information, knowledge, ideas and wisdom. to help Australians prepare for and respond to the realities of their natural environment, including droughts, floods, fires, storms, tsunamis and tropical cyclones.

Our products and services include observations, forecasts, analysis and advice covering Australia’s atmosphere, water, oceans and space environments. We undertake targeted scientific research in support of our operations and services. Through regular forecasts, warnings, monitoring and advice, we provide one of Australia’s most fundamental and widely used public services.

We have strong relationships with our customers, partners and stakeholders in Australia, including the Australian community and emergency service sectors, all levels of government and priority sectors such as aviation, agriculture, energy and resources, national security and water.

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