First listed on: 24 June 2022
EL 2 - Director, Logistics Systems Sustainment 

Executive Level 2

$123,159 - $147,828 (plus Super)
Laverton - VIC

The Role
The Director of Logistics Systems Sustainment is one of three Directorates in Logistics Systems Branch whose primary function is to manage the delivery of joint logistics information systems capability to support the ADF.
Located in Laverton, Victoria, the principal activities of the Directorate include, but are not limited to:

  • conducting capability life cycle management, in partnership with CIOG, of the joint logistics information systems program including:
    • capability risk assessments and application of service design principles to develop a rolling annual sustainment program
    • management of the sustainment program; coordinating delivery of capability into service, transition to in-service management, and withdrawal of capability
  • providing logistics business processes, procedures, user support, and mentoring in support of joint logistics systems
  • providing strategic advice and guidance to management and stakeholders, and subject matter expertise in systems capability and business processes to other Defence activities, including the Defence ERP Program development and implementation.
  • delivering project management and business readiness outcomes in support of acquisition and sustainment activities
  • providing leadership and professional development support to enable skills uplift to meet the changing business demands of the Command.

The position requires a person who can build partnerships and teams, and manage and prioritise competing demands and deadlines in a high tempo working environment.

About our Team
The Directorate consists of a blended APS, ADF and contractor workforce, many with deep subject matter expertise and specialist skills. It is agile to meet the changing business demands of the organisation, including embracing ERP.

Our Ideal Candidate
Our ideal candidate is a strong communicator and a critical thinker who can solve complex problems, and influence and lead transformation and change. The successful applicant will have proven experience in program management, an ability to assess information, manage complex workloads and conflicting priorities, and be a change leader.

Application Closing Date: Sunday 10 July 2022

For further information please review the job information pack, reference JCG/02956/22 on


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