(NV1) Workforce Planner SFIA 4

(NV1) Workforce Planner SFIA 4

Job Title: (NV1) Workforce Planner SFIA 4
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Canberra
Salary: Competitive
Start Date: 2021-11-02 00:00:00
Reference: V-40228
Contact Name: Damien Mackerras
Contact Email:
Job Published: November 03, 2021 12:12

Job Description

Australian Signals Directorate

Opportunity ID 17067 Workforce Planner SFIA 4

Application closing date

Wednesday 10 November 2021 at 8am (in Canberra)


Change and Transformation

Estimated start date


Location of work

Australian Capital Territory
Length of contract

11 Months

Security clearance

Must have current negative vetting level 1 clearance

Please respond to the selection criteria in RED


The workforce planner will be responsible to assist ASD to monitor the organisation's business strategy to make sure it employs enough workers with the right skills at the right time, including all phases of the talent management processes within the organisation, from forecasting to recruiting to skills development.


Additionally, the Workforce Planner will be responsible for Identifying and providing guidance to managers regarding: issues and gaps in resourcing, incorporating business as usual (BAU) and strategic initiatives in planning and resourcing activities and supporting ongoing operational efficiencies and improvements.


The Specified Person will be expected to demonstrate attributes of SFIA Level of Responsibility 4.


Applicants must hold a current active NV1 Security Clearance.


Applicants must respond to the attached Statement of Work.

Additional information

  • POD-RFQ-DTA-21..._WFP_SFIA4.docx
Selection criteria

Essential criteria

  1. Assess the current state of the workforce, proactively engage with teams to develop an understanding of business strategies and programs of work.
  1. Identify the workforce required for current and future activities, providing high level advice and support on all workforce planning matters.
  1. Contribute to activities for planning, requirements analysis, and implementation by adopting/ developing/implementing an industry standard skills and capabilities framework.
  1. Develop plans to close gaps between current state and future state using actions such as; external recruitment, internal development, re-skilling, sourcing external partners, organisational design, outplacement
  1. Provide advice and support on practices to align recruitment, learning, promotion and recognition and reward to support the development of an inclusive and diverse workforce.
  1. Provide advice regarding the creation of an integrated database tracking tools for staffing shrinkage patterns to optimise resourcing forecasts.
  1. Support the consistent achievement of individual and team key performance indicators (KPIs) through effective workforce planning and resource scheduling.
  1. Develop and contribute to workforce planning documentation.
  1. Create detailed reports for executive staff.
What to submit

For each candidate, you must include:

  • start date
  • hourly rate (excluding GST)
  • résumé
  • responses to the selection criteria (up to 500 words per criteria)
  • references (this can be included in their résumé)
  • any additional information if requested by Australian Signals Directorate
Candidates will be asked if they:

  • are eligible to work in Australia
  • hold a negative vetting level 1 clearance
  • have worked for Australian Signals Directorate in the past