ASC is Australia’s only established sovereign submarine company. Our team of leading, submarine platform engineers, trades and professionals are committed to the delivery of an agile and potent submarine capability for the Royal Australian Navy.
About the Opportunity
Workforce Planning Data Analyst will be supported by the Workforce Planning Team to plan, schedule and support various projects within ASC. They will be involved in making workforce recommendations, influencing key business decisions, and monitoring and assessing capability and capacity of the workforce to execute these programs. The position ensures that ASC has the right workforce information to make data driven resource decisions, and ensure ASC is able to meet its objectives by having the correctly skilled resources available at the right time
You are a commercially strong individual who is comfortable working with ambiguity and customer focused. Desire to succeed, willingness to roll up your sleeves, being a curious learner and having an agile mindset are paramount.
With your warm and engaging collaborative style, you are able to partner with the business and influence cross-functional stakeholders.
Operating in a complex and diverse environment, this role requires a high degree of flexibility and responsiveness to support ad-hoc requests. Primary focus will be on program strategic planning, however based on requirements you may be asked to build operational plans to execute short to medium term objectives. The role will also involve working closely with key stakeholders to ensure a successful operational delivery of these plans.
The role would also utilise your ability to gain data on and assess current employment market conditions to give ASC insight into available resources for future recruitment campaigns.
This role requires the ability to work to deadlines that are often very tight while ensuring quality outcomes are provided with effective consultation in rapidly changing environments and priorities.
Desirable competencies and experiences
Workforce or Data Analysis related Business, Engineering, Finance Degree or Diploma
Desirably at least 5 years or greater experience in Workforce planning or scheduling, however a graduate with the right skills and attitude could be a fit
Ability to effectively explore issues and develop successful solutions
Ability to influence senior internal and external stakeholders
Very good interpersonal communication skills
Previous experience working with and developing reporting and data analytics with a workforce planning focus
Knowledge and experience working in Workforce planning
Advanced Microsoft Excel and database management
Skill in Reporting & Data presentation in Power BI is desirable
Desirable knowledge in R or Python.
Eligibility and Requirements
The successful candidate must provide ASC with a current National Police Clearance prior as well as be eligible for an Australian Defence Security Clearance, part of this eligibility requirement includes Australian Citizenship. Access protected US Defence Technology will be taken into account in assessing an applicant's suitability for this role.
ASC also requires all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our people. If you are applying for a role at ASC please consider this new requirement when submitting your application. ASC will also adhere to any relevant health directives that may be made that affects our workforce.
About our offer
We offer more than just a challenging and rewarding career. We have put together a range of programs, initiatives and benefits that help empower our employees to reach their personal and professional goals to ensure their career with us is both challenging and rewarding.
Staff training and leadership development programs
Additional 2 weeks of leave
Paid parental leave
Salary sacrificing options
Paid defence reservist leave
Flexible working arrangements
Onsite cafeteria & parking
Access to our onsite gym and wellbeing programs
Annual Flu vaccinations and onsite health centre
ASC has proudly served as Australia’s sovereign submarine builder and sustainer for over 35 years and our 1,700 strong workforce are based across two states, at ASC North in the Osborne Naval Shipyard in South Australia and at ASC West, in the Henderson Maritime Precinct and Garden Island in Western Australia.
We are an enduring and integral part of Australia’s maritime strategy and national security, and a trusted and efficient partner with sovereign design, build and sustainment capabilities, driving best value for our customers. At ASC, our PRIDE Values of protect, respect, integrity, discipline and excellence are the standards which we aspire to, and drive our behaviours and the decisions we make each day to create a culture which is safe, engaged and customer focused.
Supporting a Diverse Workforce
At ASC, we recognise that we are strengthened by diversity and are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to providing a work environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly and with respect. We encourage diversity of age, ethnicity, religious beliefs, thinking styles, experience, family background and gender identity or expression. We know there are many aspects of our employee’s lives that are important, and work is only one of these, so we offer benefits including flexible working options, a generous parental leave policy and other leave entitlements, and employee benefits.
ASC’s Reconciliation Action Plan sets out our commitment to engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait island peoples, organisations and communities – the Traditional Owners of the lands and waters on or near our operations in WA and SA, the Whadjuk Noongar people of Perth’s Swan Coastal Plain and the Kaurna people of the Adelaide Plains. We pay our respects to past, present and emerging elders and extend this respect to all First Nations peoples. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, and people of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
The opportunities at ASC are endless and it has never been a more exciting time to come on board.