Being part of Infrastructure Partnerships Australia means setting the pace, leading the debate, guiding planning and developing policy for the priorities and direction for infrastructure development throughout Australia.
Policy Manager (Transport)
Reporting to the Director of Economics and Policy and working closely with the CEO, you will take a central role in identifying, developing and delivering high quality infrastructure policy and research. Specifically, you will take responsibility for IPA’s transport policy function across the four core sectors (airports, road, rail and ports). You will also be required to work on cross sector issues such as funding and budget analysis, economic regulation and technology.
You will have unrivalled opportunities to develop and maintain effective relationships with senior business and public sector leaders, as well as key policymakers across Australia.
• conduct detailed and well-evidenced research and analysis on a broad range of policy issues across transport infrastructure;
• write policy documents, including major reports, briefing notes, submissions;
• engage with senior executives from the public and private sectors on policy and regulatory matters – including through the oversight of Infrastructure Partnerships Australia’s policy taskforces;
• Manage and approve project additions and updates in a timely and accurate manner to
• build and maintain strong relationships across Federal and state governments, regulatory agencies and the private sector; and
• think strategically about the role Infrastructure Partnerships Australia can play in the infrastructure policy debate.
Applicants please send a covering letter and resume to:
Human Resources Manager
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia
For further information please contact: Nick Hudson, Director of Economics and Policy on 02 9152 6018.
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