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APS5/6 Executive Assistant
HAYS, Gungahlin Area, Canberra Region, Canberra, n Capit ...
NOG 6 month contract Located at the heart of Canberra Your new company This busy Department helps people to understand Australia’s social and political history by interpreting the past and present and exploring the future. Achieving this by bringing alive the importance of Parliament in the lives of Australians; interpreting, conserving and presenting the building and our collections; providing entertaining and educational public programs providing a range of other services that enhance the visitor experience. Your new role; Executive Assistant duties: Prepare presentations including speeches, undertaking research, organising travel and accommodation, processing invoices and budget management, processing and recording incoming and outgoing correspondence and diary management Review incoming documentation and preparing high quality and timely responses to enquiries and correspondence, including preparing responses for the Director, Deputy Director and/or Executive Management Group Provide efficient and effective secretariat services including meeting coordination, liaison with internal and external stakeholders, preparation of complex papers, attendance of committee meetings and the provision of detailed and accurate minutes and following up on action items. Manage complex cross-organisational tasks, adhering to tight timeframes that meet committee and stakeholder requirements Ensure the maintenance and record management of all Board records including the Board Charter, meeting minutes, action and decision registers, as well as the forward agenda setting plan Build and maintaining strong, positive and constructive relationships with all stakeholders. This will include members of Parliament, other Executive Officers across the APS and cultural sector as well as portfolio agency heads and other senior officials Act as the principal point of contact on issues and projects as required. What you'll need to succeed an individual who has a high level of attention to detail a strategic thinker that loves problem solving a strong writer someone who can manage multiple competing priorities a team player that enjoys working in a supportive environment; and a person who can consolidate a vast array of different opinions and ideas into one unified direction going forward. To be considered for this role you will need to be an Australian citizen and have the ability to obtain and maintain a Government Security Clearance at the Baseline level or higher. What you'll get in return NOG 6 month contract 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 us now. 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 2564136
APS5/6 Executive Assistant
HAYS, Fyshwick, South Canberra, Canberra, n Capital Terr ...
NOG 6 month contract Located at the heart of Canberra Your new company This busy Department helps people to understand Australia’s social and political history by interpreting the past and present and exploring the future. Achieving this by bringing alive the importance of Parliament in the lives of Australians; interpreting, conserving and presenting the building and our collections; providing entertaining and educational public programs providing a range of other services that enhance the visitor experience. Your new role; Executive Assistant duties: Prepare presentations including speeches, undertaking research, organising travel and accommodation, processing invoices and budget management, processing and recording incoming and outgoing correspondence and diary management Review incoming documentation and preparing high quality and timely responses to enquiries and correspondence, including preparing responses for the Director, Deputy Director and/or Executive Management Group Provide efficient and effective secretariat services including meeting coordination, liaison with internal and external stakeholders, preparation of complex papers, attendance of committee meetings and the provision of detailed and accurate minutes and following up on action items. Manage complex cross-organisational tasks, adhering to tight timeframes that meet committee and stakeholder requirements Ensure the maintenance and record management of all Board records including the Board Charter, meeting minutes, action and decision registers, as well as the forward agenda setting plan Build and maintaining strong, positive and constructive relationships with all stakeholders. This will include members of Parliament, other Executive Officers across the APS and cultural sector as well as portfolio agency heads and other senior officials Act as the principal point of contact on issues and projects as required. What you'll need to succeed an individual who has a high level of attention to detail a strategic thinker that loves problem solving a strong writer someone who can manage multiple competing priorities a team player that enjoys working in a supportive environment; and a person who can consolidate a vast array of different opinions and ideas into one unified direction going forward. To be considered for this role you will need to be an Australian citizen and have the ability to obtain and maintain a Government Security Clearance at the Baseline level or higher. What you'll get in return NOG 6 month contract 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 us now. 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 2564136
Assistant Director, Senior Management Accountant
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Strategic Finance is seeking a motivated, well organised person who can work independently and as a team member to effectively perform the role and functions of Assistant Director, Senior Management Accountant. They should possess a good understanding and have experience in public sector budget processes and financial frameworks, management accounting skills, excellent analytical ability and are client focused with high-level communication skills.Strategic Finance is responsible for the analysis of current and emerging economic and financial issues, assisting in the development of the Directorate’s budget strategy and specific budget proposals, providing advice on financial performance and trends, and assisting managers with business specific financial needs.The successful applicant will be required to:assist in the development and coordination of the Directorate’s internal and external budget process and annual financial statements;undertake financial analysis and budget costings;financial and performance management reporting and forecast;assist in ensuring compliance with Treasury guidelines, statutory reporting and other legislation requirements and timeframe; andliaise and negotiate with other agencies as required.Note: These are temporary position's available for six months with a possibility of extension up to 12 months. A merit list will be formed to fill any future vacancies within the next 12 months.
Assistant Director, Audit and Compliance
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Are you committed to improving processes in Government? Are you a paragon of integrity?  If so, then you may enjoy the challenge of working in a fast-paced environment, working to tight deadlines all within a supportive and diverse team environment.  As an Assistant Director, Audit and Compliance, within Corporate Management, you will be challenged and rewarded working on a variety of topics with multiple business areas across Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Directorate (CMTEDD). The day to day includes, but is not limited to; supporting the Chief Internal Auditor, liaising with a wide range of business units to assess compliance; completing and reviewing draft compliance review reports; and carrying out Audit and Risk Committee secretariat duties. The Audit and Compliance team is a high performing team operating with impartiality and integrity. The unit ensures all work is conducted objectively and respectfully. Corporate, is a progressive division that regularly looks at ways in which we can improve the way we work.  This could mean that you may be able to work on some exciting new projects to better deliver our services. CMTEDD supports workforce diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability, culturally diverse people and those who identify as LGBTIQ and current and former members of the ADF are encouraged to apply.Notes: Selection may be based on application and referee reports only. A merit list will be established from this process to fill identical vacancies at level over the next 12 months. This position works in an activity-based workplace (ABW) structure. Under ABW arrangements, officers will not have a designated workstation/desk.
Assistant Director- Change Management
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Do you have experience in Change Management? Have a passion for the people side of change? You will be joining a small enthusiastic, supportive and driven team.Who we areThe Corporate Division provides advice and support to various business units within Chief Minister Treasury and Economic Development Directorate (CMTEDD).  The Change Management team provides advice on both minor and major change activities. The team has a strong focus on providing quality support aligned to the Enterprise Agreements, ensuring that managers and staff are well supported through coaching and resources to transition through any change.What you will doThe immediate responsibility of the role is enabling the successful implementation of a strategically critical HR Transformation initiative.  The role will have a focus on engaging and collaborating with internal stakeholders to deliver and coordinate communication and change activities across the organisation in line with strong governance principles.What we requireTo be successful in the role you will need to have delivered or coordinated strategic Change Management activities within a complex corporate or government environment. You will need to be a strong communicator who can draft messaging, facilitate regular workshops across the organisation, and ensure change artefacts are kept up to date. You will be exceptional at establishing and maintaining effective and diverse business partnerships to ensure successful business outcomes.For more information on the key capabilities for the role, please review the attached Position Description. Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Directorate (CMTEDD) supports workforce diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability, culturally diverse people and those who identify as LGBTIQ are encouraged to apply.Notes: A Merit Pool will be established from this selection process and will be used to fill vacancies over the next 12 months.
Assistant Director, Strategic Recruitment
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Who we areThe Workforce Strategy, Business Support and Information Governance branch provides HR and other business advice and support to Chief Minister Treasury and Economic Development Directorate (CMTEDD). Our team is focussed on being a valued business partner in recruitment strategy and coaching, contractor management, entry level programs, job analysis, capability frameworks and providing other HR expertise.What you will doYou will be responsible for collaborating with business leaders to provide ongoing coaching and strategic advice on recruitment, contractor management and other talent management initiatives. You will take the lead on the development and end to end delivery of various entry level programs. Accountabilities will also include overseeing and advising on specialist and executive engagements.What we requireTo thrive in the role, you will need to have successfully managed a complex recruitment portfolio in a large corporate or government department and organisation-wide end-to-end recruitment projects. You will also need extensive knowledge of the talent market and a solid understanding of different talent sourcing methods for specialties such as ICT, Finance and/or executive positions.You will be exceptional at establishing and maintaining effective and diverse business partnerships, and your expert influencing skills will be heavily relied on to ensure key people and business outcomes. You will excel in this position if you have an improvement mindset and are resilient and adaptable to changing circumstances while managing multiple priorities and demands.Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Directorate (CMTEDD) supports workforce diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability and those who identify as LGBTIQ are encouraged to apply.