Who are we?
The establishment of Cladding Safety Victoria (CSV) by the Victorian Government is a world-leading initiative. The $600 million program aims to make Victorians safer by reducing the risk associated with combustible cladding on residential apartment buildings and publicly owned buildings.
We work with owners and owners corporations to help them rectify non-compliant or non-conforming external wall cladding products on buildings. We do this by providing support, guidance and connections to appropriately registered and qualified practitioners.
Initially set up as a business unit of the Victorian Building Authority (VBA), CSV recruited staff and built the policies and procedures needed to deliver the program from the ground up. In late 2020, CSV was established as its own statutory entity with its own Act of Parliament.
We are proud of our diverse workforce and have a wide range of career opportunities and work areas across our organisation.
We pride ourselves on our diversity of thought and equal opportunity for all staff and as such have adopted the 7 Victorian Public Service core values:
- human rights.
We know that our staff work best when they feel connected. That’s why we are committed to building a culture where everyone feels safe, supported, included and rewarded. This has helped us to foster an environment of mutual respect, kindness, open communication, and empowerment that resonates with our core values.
We offer our staff a range of benefits:
- A rewarding career – the work we do is unique and stimulating but comes with a great sense of accomplishment.
- Flexibility – we offer flexibility in the way you work and are open to discussing what flexibility means for you and how we can support you achieve a better work/life balance.
- An inclusive workplace culture – an environment and workplace culture that is inclusive and supportive, and a place where you can be yourself. We believe diversity fosters collaboration and innovation, employee engagement, high productivity, better connections and helps our staff to prosper.
- A culture of employee recognition – we believe that ongoing employee recognition from managers and colleagues promotes increased levels of employee engagement and productivity.
- A focus on health, wellbeing and safety – we are committed to the safety and wellbeing of our staff, which includes health and wellbeing program initiatives, mental health and wellbeing support and our Employee Assistance Program (EAP).
- A focus on career development – we are committed to providing structured progression and professional development opportunities including succession planning, secondment opportunities, higher duties and leadership development opportunities.
- Comprehensive leave options
- Salary packaging
- A brand-new office in Docklands with easy access to public transport and parking with end of trip facilities (showers, change rooms and bike lockers)
- A dynamic and vibrant social club and wellbeing group which provides a great platform to connect and collaborate across the organisation
- An opportunity to travel and visit our sites across Victoria.
Making the community safer by reducing combustible cladding risk.
We will improve the safety of buildings impacted by cladding issues by working in partnership with the industry and the community.
CSV is committed to the values of the Victorian Public Sector. These values underpin the behaviors that the government and community rightly expect of all public sector employees. When we consistently act in accordance with the public sector values, it strengthens our capacity to operate effectively and achieve our strategic objectives.
We are committed to equal opportunity at every step of the recruitment process. We believe that a rigorous, transparent and merit-based recruitment and selection process is critical for building and sustaining a successful workplace.
Candidate care and experience is a key focus during the recruitment process. We will keep you updated and provide you with meaningful feedback at every step of the process.
Finding your next career move is just a few steps away. Our recruitment process involves:
Submitting an online application
- Understand the job requirements and the key selection criteria for the role.
- Prepare your application – this would include a current resume and a cover letter outlining how you meet the key requirements of the role.
Shortlisting and interviewing
- Once the advertisement closes, all applications are assessed by the selection panel taking into consideration the requirements of the position.
- Shortlisted applicants are invited to attend a panel interview where the panel will ask questions related to the key selection criteria as detailed in the position description using behavioral style interview techniques.
- Pre-employment safety screening is a mandatory aspect of CSV’s recruitment processes and maximises the likelihood of recruiting the right person with the right skills and attitude to the role. This would include referee checks, national police checks, international police checks (if applicable) and any other checks required such as qualifications check for mandatory qualifications.
Offer of employment
- If you are offered employment with us, you will be advised verbally and then a formal ‘letter of offer’ will follow.
- The letter of offer will provide information regarding the position, title, region/division, location, commencement date and salary.
Onboarding and induction
- We will then began the process of onboarding and induction ensuring a smooth transition into the new role.
Reviewed 23 August 2021