About the Opportunity:

Australian Rail Track Corporation manage and maintain 8500km of rail across five Australian states. They provide the safe and seamless transit of hundreds of freight and passenger trains across their network, daily. As the champions of rail, ARTC place their customer’s needs as their first priority- investing billions of dollars to create a cost efficient, reliable, safe and responsible service. Their commitment to community is reflected in their organisational culture and their united and loyal workforce.

About the Role:

ARTC are seeking to employ a candidate who will undertake Network Capacity Modelling for above and below rail planning, scheduling, and operations. This role will deliver data driven solutions that will support and improve the scheduling and planning of maintenance events within the ARTC network. The primary purpose of this role is to be forward-thinking and ensure that requests for track access do not impact ARTC’s commercial objectives. The Network Capacity Modeller will support improvements to operational performance and commercial outcomes through capacity assessments of both short and long term maintenance planning and scheduling.

Primary Responsibilities include:

  • Assist in the development of models for increased track access for the Asset teams without impacting ability to deliver;
  • Apply innovative data modelling & analysis techniques to support efficient possession planning, improvement programs or cost saving initiatives;
  • Present ideas, results & recommendations to internal stakeholders;
  • Utilise commercially focused key performance indicators and processes of above and below rail to generate risk-based network capacity modelling; and
  • Design, develop, enhance and create awareness of network capacity modelling workflows, action plans and procedures documenting the activities undertaken and lessons learned.

About You:

To be successful in this role you will have a strong planning background and previous exposure to business modelling. You will have strong proficiency in utilising Excel and take a strategic and analytical approach to planning and scheduling. Primarily, you will have an ability to convert data into scenario models that reliably predicts outcomes, increases productivity, and reduces capital expenditure.

Essential Skills

  • Experience in the mining manufacturing or logistics sectors;
  • Sound knowledge of supply chain management;
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office suite;
  • Tertiary qualified in business, engineering, mathematics or logistics, OR extensive relevant experience from large, complex businesses;
  • Strong communication and stakeholder management skills; and
  • Highly developed analytical and numeracy skills.

Desirable Skills:

  • Experience in the rail industry; and
  • Experience with simulation software.

Work-Life Balance

This position gives you the gift of work-life balance. ARTC are invested in providing flexible work arrangements for their employees. If you require an occasional day to work from home, or you need to leave work early to pick the kids up from school- then this role offers the flexibility to do so.

ARTC embraces a diverse workforce to ensure a supportive, flexible and fair workplace in which differences between employees are respected and viewed as organisational assets. We recognise that a talented and diverse workforce is fundamental to building a commercially strong and customer-focused organisation that will give rail a competitive advantage. We foster and support continued professional development for all of our team by offering opportunities to build management and leadership skill capability.

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