Please see below for current vacancies with Metro.
Applications for this position close on 10 February, 2020
Metro Tasmania has been connecting communities for over 60 years. We strive to live our values of safety, respect, resilience, unity and being service driven in order to create a company we are all proud of. Metro plays a critical role in designing and delivering passenger transport services in Tasmania, and is committed to continuous improvement with a focus on the customer experience and safety.
We’re looking for a Service Planning Officer to undertake service planning, design and review activities. This presents an opportunity for you to contribute to the development of an integrated network at a time of sustained patronage growth and an increasing recognition of the benefits of public transport.
The role is responsible for the design and review of routes, timetables, vehicle schedules and Bus Operator duties to ensure Metro’s services comply with its passenger service contracts and are able to be delivered reliably and efficiently. You will also assess business improvement initiatives and keep abreast of new service planning techniques and developments.
To excel in this role, you will be an experienced transport planning professional, and hold a relevant tertiary qualification. You will have demonstrated your knowledge and understanding of passenger transport operations and procedures, or the ability to rapidly acquire this knowledge.
In return, Metro offers flexibility, great working conditions and ongoing professional development.
To obtain a position description, visit People and Safety or Metro’s website. For more information, contact Gregg Lennox, Statewide Stakeholder Engagement Manager via email@example.com or phone 6233 4215.
Applications addressing your suitability for this role as outlined in the position description should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org and will be accepted until 5pm on 10 February 2020.
Applications for this position close on 28 January, 2020
Metro Tasmania has been connecting communities for over 60 years. We strive to live our values of safety, respect, resilience, unity and being service driven in order to create a company we are all proud of.
Reporting to the Manager Finance, the Payroll Supervisor is responsible for the completion of fortnightly end-to-end payroll functions. You will be responsible for all payroll operations including reconciliation and analysis of payroll data.
In 2020 the payroll function is a high priority for process improvement, and the Payroll Supervisor will be integral to consulting, developing and implementing enhancements to the full payroll function as part of this continuous improvement program.
To excel in this role you will be a self-starter, with a can-do attitude and excellent attention to detail, a problem solver who is willing to take on any task necessary. You will have demonstrated in a practical sense:
- Experience that spans the full realm of end-to-end payroll in a high volume environment that includes, processing of superannuation, single-touch payroll, entitlements, terminations and salary sacrifice processes.
- Strong knowledge and practical experience using payroll systems and ability to learn new systems quickly.
- Good understanding of the Australian legislative requirements governing employment, including ATO requirements, Workers Compensation reporting, the Fair Work Act, National Employment Standards and Modern Awards.
- Experience in using CHRIS21 will be advantageous.
- Capability in developing payroll reports and performing analysis of payroll data to support our management team and business units.
- Capability to communicate, build relationships and work effectively in partnership with business units and external agencies.
In return Metro offers flexibility, great working conditions, on-site parking and ongoing professional development.
Please visit Metro’s website to obtain a position description or for more information, contact Jesse Penfold, Manager Finance via 6233 4204 or email@example.com.
Applications addressing your suitability for this role as outlined in the position description should be submitted at firstname.lastname@example.org and will be accepted until 5pm on 28 January 2020.