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Career opportunities with the Utilities Commission of the Northern Territory

The Utilities Commission is an independent statutory authority. It is responsible for economic regulation of the electricity, water and sewerage industries, declared ports and other industries in the Northern Territory. The Commission also provides advice to the Government as required on such matters. An office, led by the Director Utilities Commission, supports the Commission, with staff seconded from the Department of Treasury and Finance.

Career opportunities are currently available for an Assistant Director and a Regulatory Analyst.


ASSISTANT DIRECTOR UTILITIES COMMISSION

As an Assistant Director Utilities Commission(SAO1) you will:

  • Manage, plan and complete major reviews and projects.
  • Engage with stakeholders from the community, business, regulated industries and government, and represent the Commission in a variety of forums as necessary.
  • Prepare briefings, licences, publications and regulatory codes including developing recommendations for the Commission and assist with secretariat services for Commission meetings.
  • Develop staff and assist in creating and leading a high performing team.
  • Undertake research and provide advice on issues that may have implications for the Commission and Territory.
  • Procure and manage multiple consultancies and legal engagements.
  • Assist the Director in managing the Utilities Commission’s budget, resources and work plans, and ‘stand in’ for the Director as required.

For detailed selection criteria please see the job description.

For further details please visit our Careers website, email kimberlee.mckay@nt.gov.auor contact Kimberlee McKay, Director Utilities Commission on 08 8999 7476.

Applications close on 6 October 2020 and should be submitted through the Careers in Government website


REGULATORY ANALYST

As a Regulatory Analyst(AO5) you will:

  • Assist in managing, planning and completing major reviews and projects relevant to the Utilities Commission.
  • Prepare briefings, licences, publications and regulatory codes to a good draft standard, including assisting to develop appropriate recommendations for the Commission’s consideration.
  • Engage with stakeholders from the community, business, regulated industries and government.
  • Undertake research, analysis and provide draft advice on complex issues that may have implications for the Commission and Territory.

 

For detailed selection criteria please see the job description.

For further details please visit our Careers website, email kimberlee.mckay@nt.gov.auor contact Kimberlee McKay, Director Utilities Commission on 08 8999 7476.

Applications close on 6 October 2020 and should be submitted through the Careers in Government website.


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