This unique Federal government agency is mandated to preserve the heritage and environment of Sydney’s foreshore and to ensure the sustainability of a lasting legacy.
Located on the lower North Shore this role offers the opportunity for flexible or part-time work arrangements and would suit an experienced individual with graduate or post graduate qualifications in law or commerce.
Reporting to the CEO, as Chief Risk Officer your key responsibility is to manage across the organisation to ensure the delivery of Corporate Governance & Compliance, Legal Services, Ministerial and Departmental support, Risk Management and oversight for WHS and non-financial audit namely:
- Developing, leading and documenting the agency’s approach to risk, including developing risk framework and plans
- Developing and leading the agency’s non-financial audit program and ensure timely implementation of accepted recommendations
- Developing and leading the agency’s compliance framework, including systems and practices, to ensure meeting of statutory obligations
- Ensuring the establishment and implementation of an effective WHS system’ to ensure safe workplaces across the agency’s sites
- Maintaining expert knowledge on relevant Commonwealth legislation, Policies and Guidelines and interpreting, communicating and managing business implications arising from changes statutory and other changes
To be successful in this role you will have:
- Experience in a similar role at a senior level cross business unit teams and/or collaboration
- High level communication skills, including reporting verbally and in written form to the executive and board
- Demonstrated ability to write policies procedural documents and prepare structured reports as well as prioritise, met deadlines and manage a complex range of reporting
- Sound knowledge and experience in implementing risk management principles and plans
- Australian citizenship or the ability to work in Australia is essential and a Police Check will be conducted prior to commencement
- Sound knowledge of Commonwealth Policies, Procurement Rules and the Financial Framework (or ability to rapidly acquire same)
- Experience in government tender processes and contract management
To request a full position description please email Liska Turner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications need to include a current resume and a cover letter that addresses the Essential Criteria.
Applications close 15 March 2019.
To submit an application please click APPLY. Applications will be assessed on receipt and shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview.
Beaumont Not-for-Profit has been retained to recruit this position so please direct all enquiries to Beaumont People.