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As you can see on the diagramm in the most numerous number of vacancies of Business Development Director Job are opened in . In the second place is Weston Creek, In the third is Fyshwick.

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APS6 Internal Communications Officer
HAYS, Gungahlin Area, Canberra Region, Canberra, n Capit ...
Internal communication position Your new company This Australian Government Commission was established to maintain fair and independent voting processes with targeted education and public awareness programs. Your new role The Senior Communication Officer reports to an Assistant Director and supports the deliverables of the Communications Section. The scope of the role may include strategic communications, campaign, public relations and media services, and internal communications management. A Senior Communications Officer undertakes identified communication service requirements of business areas using an account management model. As a communications professional, a Senior Communication Officer undertakes moderately complex and/or sensitive work under limited direction, and utilises their communications expertise and judgement across a wide range of activities to inform staff, key stakeholders and the Australian community about their electoral rights and responsibilities throughout the electoral cycle. Key position responsibilities: Contribute to the development, planning and implementation of strategic communication programs and associated activities including, but not limited to, comprehensive federal election events campaigns, media (including social media) management, and internal communications. Contribute to the continual analysis of strategic communication needs across the Agency, including reporting on success criteria for communication programs. Undertake communication account management of business areas in providing appropriate support and advice on their external and internal communication requirements. Develop and maintain workflow processes to ensure service provision, tasks and activities are efficiently managed and support effective team delivery. Undertake contract management of communication service providers including assisting with the effective management of financial and other resources. Provide analysis on complex issues and contribute to the management, preparation and coordination of policy formulation and/or project management. May be required to supervise a team to ensure high quality outputs, including the development of team members at lower classifications, building team capacity and encouraging career development. Develop and support key internal and external relationships, including managing suppliers to achieve work area and agency goals. In addition, represent the agency by promoting its interests in various forums. Provide accurate specialist advice, guidance and reporting on team functional responsibilities. Develop recommendations and make decisions by using professional communications judgement, expertise and knowledge, and by applying legislation, regulations, best practice principles or relevant operating instructions and procedures. Evaluate risks in the context of a complex and changing environment. Contribute to doctrine, election preparation and delivery activities in accordance with the election readiness framework, according to individual accountabilities and responsibilities. Perform additional duties or assume responsibility of functions as directed from time to time. Key Relationships/stakeholders Internal: Assistant Director, Communications and Assistant Commissioner, Disclosure , Assurance and Engagement National Office business areas – notably the identified areas for account management responsibility Network of communication account managers. communication networks – including Public Awareness Officers and Internal Communication Network (however described) External: Contracted communication services providers Communications Advice Branch in Department of Finance, consistent with the Commission's role as an independent statutory authority. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV. LHS 297508 2557442
Internal Recruiter
HAYS, Narrabundah, South Canberra, Canberra, n Capital T ...
We are looking for an energetic and passionate Internal Recruiter to join our Canberra team Your new company At Hays, we believe the right job can transform a person’s life and the right person can transform a business. We are on a mission to transform the world of work in everything we do. Our people do this every single day by bringing the right people together with the right job to make a lasting impact, and now you can too. Your new role Based in our Canberra office as the Hays Internal Recruiter you will report to the Regional Director of ACT and support the growth and development of this highly successful office. Working in partnership with the Management team you will attract and assess the best Recruitment talent in the marketplace. You will be involved in all aspects of the internal recruitment cycle and source candidates using multiple sourcing attraction strategies including advertising on Hays website and job portals, referrals and LinkedIn. Your will conduct telephone screening, comprehensive competency based interviews and the coordination and running of regular Assessment Centres. Other elements of the role include ensuring we are 100% compliant for all new recruits to the business including comprehensive reference checks, VEVO checks and completion of all internal documents. You will assist in the scheduling of inductions, training and lunch and learn sessions for the Canberra business, ensuring all training materials, projectors and feedback forms are completed. What you'll need to succeed You will ideally have a background in Human Resources, Internal Recruitment or started a career in Agency recruitment that wasn’t for you. A demonstrated background showing initiative and a proactive approach in your candidate attraction strategies will be paramount. Your inquisitive nature and exceptional communication, interpersonal and presentation skills will enable you to influence, inspire and motivate people to reach their potential every single day. What you'll get in return We believe your learning journey never stops, no matter what stage of your life you are at so we will invest heavily in your learning through our training programme which includes: Workshops delivered locally by specialists in their field Structured one-on-one coaching Comprehensive online learning so you can learn independently Tools and resources written by subject matter specialists to assist you to become a trusted advisor to your clients. As well as the comprehensive training, we also offer a range of rewards and benefits: Global career opportunities Extra leave Health, leisure and lifestyle rewards Team glory goal nights out and monthly celebrations Referral bonuses Employee share saving scheme Paid parental leave What you need to do now Our people tell us that Hays is a great place to work, over 90% of our employees say that they are proud to work for Hays. You could have the opportunity to make your mark in your career with the market leading agency and be proud of who you work for too. Getting curious? Contact Sharyn Cox – Internal Recruiter by submitting your application. At Hays, we value diversity and are passionate about placing people in a role where they can flourish and succeed. We actively encourage people from diverse backgrounds to apply. LHS 297508 2526876
EL1 Finance Compliance Officer
HAYS, Gungahlin Area, Canberra Region, Canberra, n Capit ...
Full time permanent role based in Belconnen at the EL1 on a salary Super Your new company As an EL1 Assistant Director in the Financial Policy Directorate, you will be part of a team responsible for establishing and managing core financial frameworks, assisting people to perform their financial responsibilities, as well as delivering on a range of policy and reporting requirements. Elements of what the team are responsible for are fast paced and highly visible, requiring the management of competing priorities and deadlines. The team is currently working to deliver a range of reforms to improve or implement policies and processes, to better assist operational areas. You will be expected to work collaboratively with APS, specialist personnel and external contractors. Your new role great opportunity to work in an environment where you will need to draw on your problem-solving skills in order to achieve outcomes. The team is looking for a candidate that can work independently, juggle competing pressures and can adapt work patterns to the priorities of team as they emerge. As part of the team you will be responsible for: Interpreting, reviewing and maintaining the Financial Management Framework including Accountable Authority Instructions and financial delegations, in accordance with whole-of-government mandates and changes in the department environment. Ensuring the development and application of policies and procedures that comply with relevant financial management legislation and whole-of-government policies. Working collaboratively and persuasively with stakeholders to ensure that financial policy documentation framework is fit for purpose and meets the needs of key stakeholders. Preparing and providing timely and often complex advice on policy matters to stakeholders in the department. Delivering on complex policy reports, briefs and submissions to Ministers and Executives to achieve outcomes. Leading and managing a team in multiple locations, managing allocated resources, setting work area priorities, managing workflows, developing strategies and evaluating business outcomes What you'll need to succeed As the ideal candidate you will: Have working knowledge of the Commonwealth Resource Management Framework. Be a motivated, resilient, proactive and energetic self-starter with leadership experience. Be capable of managing a variety of concurrent tasks under competing time pressures, and astute at fostering a cohesive and supportive work environment. Have strong communication and engagement skills, including ability to draw together business areas, stakeholders, and subject matter experts (including those internal and external to the department). You will hold a current Federal Government security clearance What you'll get in return A long term role in a challenging environment with growth and development opportunities. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call Sarah Purdue on (02) 6257 6344. If this job isn't quite right for you though you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion and visit our website www.hays.com.au to review our current list of available positions. LHS 297508 2554846
APS6 System Accountant(SAP)
HAYS, Canberra Region, n Capital Territory, Canberra
12 month Salary role, start WFH and transition to an office in Woden Your new company The FMIS System Administrator supports the Assistant Director, HR, Budgets and Policy in the day to day management of matters relating to the administration of the Financial Management Information System (FMIS) within the Financial Management Section of the Corporate Services Branch, including participating in section planning for short term tasks and contributing to strategic planning for longer term initiatives. The role is responsible for undertaking work that is moderately complex to complex and/or sensitive in nature, under limited direction, utilising expertise and knowledge within the administration and management of the FMIS to ensure accuracy in data and functionality, including undertaking assurance activities and testing. Your new role Day to Day to your duties will include: Management and maintenance of the FMIS and other finance specific systems. Ensure the integrity, availability and capability of the FMIS, including data input, reporting requirements as well as disaster recovery. Provide analysis on complex issues and contribute to the management, preparation and coordination of policy formulation and/or project management. Develop and support key internal and external relationships, including managing stakeholders to achieve work area and agency goals. In addition, represent the agency by promoting its interests in various forums. Provide accurate specialist advice, guidance and reporting on team functional responsibilities. Make and communicate decisions using good judgement, expertise and knowledge, governed by legislation, regulations, best practice principles or relevant operating instructions and procedures. May be required to supervise a team to ensure high quality outputs, including the development of team members at lower classifications, building team capacity and encouraging career development. Contribute to doctrine, election preparation and delivery activities in accordance with the election readiness framework, according to individual accountabilities and responsibilities. Perform additional duties or assume responsibility of functions as directed from time to time. What you'll need to succeed You'll have demonstrated experience: Demonstrated knowledge and experience in FMIS implementation, management and administration. Demonstrated in depth knowledge of public sector financial management frameworks. Demonstrated understanding of, and commitment to, providing client focussed services. Sound knowledge and experience in successfully managing and delivering results within time restraints and with competing priorities. Proven ability to communicate effectively whilst anticipating stakeholder needs and expectations across a geographically dispersed network. Proven analytical abilities with the ability to propose and facilitate change and contribute to business improvement strategies. Demonstrated ability to manage staff while developing capabilities, encouraging career development and promoting professionalism. Demonstrated personal integrity whilst achieving results within legislative and policy parameters What you'll get in return Working in this newly established team you'll be a key stockholder in the success of this project and receive support form directors. Offering a 12 months salary role with a view to permanency. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to sarah.purduehays.com.au, or call us now 02 61127657. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. LHS 297508 2561656
APS6 System Accountant(SAP)
HAYS, Weston Creek, Canberra Region, Canberra, n Capital ...
12 month Salary role, start WFH and transition to an office in Woden Your new company The FMIS System Administrator supports the Assistant Director, HR, Budgets and Policy in the day to day management of matters relating to the administration of the Financial Management Information System (FMIS) within the Financial Management Section of the Corporate Services Branch, including participating in section planning for short term tasks and contributing to strategic planning for longer term initiatives. The role is responsible for undertaking work that is moderately complex to complex and/or sensitive in nature, under limited direction, utilising expertise and knowledge within the administration and management of the FMIS to ensure accuracy in data and functionality, including undertaking assurance activities and testing. Your new role Day to Day to your duties will include: Management and maintenance of the FMIS and other finance specific systems. Ensure the integrity, availability and capability of the FMIS, including data input, reporting requirements as well as disaster recovery. Provide analysis on complex issues and contribute to the management, preparation and coordination of policy formulation and/or project management. Develop and support key internal and external relationships, including managing stakeholders to achieve work area and agency goals. In addition, represent the agency by promoting its interests in various forums. Provide accurate specialist advice, guidance and reporting on team functional responsibilities. Make and communicate decisions using good judgement, expertise and knowledge, governed by legislation, regulations, best practice principles or relevant operating instructions and procedures. May be required to supervise a team to ensure high quality outputs, including the development of team members at lower classifications, building team capacity and encouraging career development. Contribute to doctrine, election preparation and delivery activities in accordance with the election readiness framework, according to individual accountabilities and responsibilities. Perform additional duties or assume responsibility of functions as directed from time to time. What you'll need to succeed You'll have demonstrated experience: Demonstrated knowledge and experience in FMIS implementation, management and administration. Demonstrated in depth knowledge of public sector financial management frameworks. Demonstrated understanding of, and commitment to, providing client focussed services. Sound knowledge and experience in successfully managing and delivering results within time restraints and with competing priorities. Proven ability to communicate effectively whilst anticipating stakeholder needs and expectations across a geographically dispersed network. Proven analytical abilities with the ability to propose and facilitate change and contribute to business improvement strategies. Demonstrated ability to manage staff while developing capabilities, encouraging career development and promoting professionalism. Demonstrated personal integrity whilst achieving results within legislative and policy parameters What you'll get in return Working in this newly established team you'll be a key stockholder in the success of this project and receive support form directors. Offering a 12 months salary role with a view to permanency. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to sarah.purduehays.com.au, or call us now 02 61127657. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. LHS 297508 2561656
APS6 System Accountant(SAP)
HAYS, Belconnen Area, Canberra Region, Canberra, n Capit ...
12 month Salary role, start WFH and transition to an office in Woden Your new company The FMIS System Administrator supports the Assistant Director, HR, Budgets and Policy in the day to day management of matters relating to the administration of the Financial Management Information System (FMIS) within the Financial Management Section of the Corporate Services Branch, including participating in section planning for short term tasks and contributing to strategic planning for longer term initiatives. The role is responsible for undertaking work that is moderately complex to complex and/or sensitive in nature, under limited direction, utilising expertise and knowledge within the administration and management of the FMIS to ensure accuracy in data and functionality, including undertaking assurance activities and testing. Your new role Day to Day to your duties will include: Management and maintenance of the FMIS and other finance specific systems. Ensure the integrity, availability and capability of the FMIS, including data input, reporting requirements as well as disaster recovery. Provide analysis on complex issues and contribute to the management, preparation and coordination of policy formulation and/or project management. Develop and support key internal and external relationships, including managing stakeholders to achieve work area and agency goals. In addition, represent the agency by promoting its interests in various forums. Provide accurate specialist advice, guidance and reporting on team functional responsibilities. Make and communicate decisions using good judgement, expertise and knowledge, governed by legislation, regulations, best practice principles or relevant operating instructions and procedures. May be required to supervise a team to ensure high quality outputs, including the development of team members at lower classifications, building team capacity and encouraging career development. Contribute to doctrine, election preparation and delivery activities in accordance with the election readiness framework, according to individual accountabilities and responsibilities. Perform additional duties or assume responsibility of functions as directed from time to time. What you'll need to succeed You'll have demonstrated experience: Demonstrated knowledge and experience in FMIS implementation, management and administration. Demonstrated in depth knowledge of public sector financial management frameworks. Demonstrated understanding of, and commitment to, providing client focussed services. Sound knowledge and experience in successfully managing and delivering results within time restraints and with competing priorities. Proven ability to communicate effectively whilst anticipating stakeholder needs and expectations across a geographically dispersed network. Proven analytical abilities with the ability to propose and facilitate change and contribute to business improvement strategies. Demonstrated ability to manage staff while developing capabilities, encouraging career development and promoting professionalism. Demonstrated personal integrity whilst achieving results within legislative and policy parameters What you'll get in return Working in this newly established team you'll be a key stockholder in the success of this project and receive support form directors. Offering a 12 months salary role with a view to permanency. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to sarah.purduehays.com.au, or call us now 02 61127657. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. LHS 297508 2561656
APS6 System Accountant(SAP)
HAYS, North Canberra, Canberra Region, Canberra, n Capit ...
12 month Salary role, start WFH and transition to an office in Woden Your new company The FMIS System Administrator supports the Assistant Director, HR, Budgets and Policy in the day to day management of matters relating to the administration of the Financial Management Information System (FMIS) within the Financial Management Section of the Corporate Services Branch, including participating in section planning for short term tasks and contributing to strategic planning for longer term initiatives. The role is responsible for undertaking work that is moderately complex to complex and/or sensitive in nature, under limited direction, utilising expertise and knowledge within the administration and management of the FMIS to ensure accuracy in data and functionality, including undertaking assurance activities and testing. Your new role Day to Day to your duties will include: Management and maintenance of the FMIS and other finance specific systems. Ensure the integrity, availability and capability of the FMIS, including data input, reporting requirements as well as disaster recovery. Provide analysis on complex issues and contribute to the management, preparation and coordination of policy formulation and/or project management. Develop and support key internal and external relationships, including managing stakeholders to achieve work area and agency goals. In addition, represent the agency by promoting its interests in various forums. Provide accurate specialist advice, guidance and reporting on team functional responsibilities. Make and communicate decisions using good judgement, expertise and knowledge, governed by legislation, regulations, best practice principles or relevant operating instructions and procedures. May be required to supervise a team to ensure high quality outputs, including the development of team members at lower classifications, building team capacity and encouraging career development. Contribute to doctrine, election preparation and delivery activities in accordance with the election readiness framework, according to individual accountabilities and responsibilities. Perform additional duties or assume responsibility of functions as directed from time to time. What you'll need to succeed You'll have demonstrated experience: Demonstrated knowledge and experience in FMIS implementation, management and administration. Demonstrated in depth knowledge of public sector financial management frameworks. Demonstrated understanding of, and commitment to, providing client focussed services. Sound knowledge and experience in successfully managing and delivering results within time restraints and with competing priorities. Proven ability to communicate effectively whilst anticipating stakeholder needs and expectations across a geographically dispersed network. Proven analytical abilities with the ability to propose and facilitate change and contribute to business improvement strategies. Demonstrated ability to manage staff while developing capabilities, encouraging career development and promoting professionalism. Demonstrated personal integrity whilst achieving results within legislative and policy parameters What you'll get in return Working in this newly established team you'll be a key stockholder in the success of this project and receive support form directors. Offering a 12 months salary role with a view to permanency. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to sarah.purduehays.com.au, or call us now 02 61127657. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. LHS 297508 2561656