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Clinical Trials Co-ordinator
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Our Vision: creating exceptional health care together.Our Role: to be a health service that is trusted by our community.Our Values: Reliable, Progressive, Respectful and Kind.Position OverviewCanberra Health Services (CHS) is focussed on the delivery of high quality, effective, person centred care. It provides acute, sub-acute, primary and community‐based health services, to the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and surrounding region. More information can be found on the CHS website: https://www.health.act.gov.au/The Clinical Trials Support Unit provides support for the conduct of clinical research at Canberra Hospital. The Unit currently has active trials in varying stages ranging from ethics submissions to trial close outs. The number of participants in each trial varies from approximately 1 to 1000 participants. These trials are either Pharmaceutical Sponsored trials, while others are Observational or Investigator Led trials that are funded by grants such as the National Health and Medical Research Council.The Clinical Trials Coordinator provides key support to and coordination of clinical research projects undertaken by the Clinical Trials Support Unit at Canberra Hospital. The projects will vary and may involve the evaluation of interventional therapies in randomised controlled trials. The main responsibilities of the Clinical Trials Coordinator will be to act as “key” person for all aspects of planning, conduct, implementation, and management of a clinical trial including ethics and governance approvals, contractual and regulatory management in collaboration of other clinical trial staff. They will act as a contact responsible for ensuring milestones are achieved and conduct of the trial is compliant with Good Clinical Practice. They work is under the general direction of the Director of Clinical Trials and Manager of Clinical Trials.About YouCHS is committed to workforce diversity and to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment, we welcome applications from all diversity groups. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability and people who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, or Questioning (LGBTIQ) are encouraged to apply.Behavioural CapabilitiesDisplays critical thinking skills and forms defensible conclusions based on evidence and sound judgement.Adaptability and flexibility to accommodate change and provide responsive services to meet clients’ needs.Strong organisational skills with a strong work ethic.Position Requirements/Qualifications:Be registered or be eligible for registration as a Nurse with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). Academic knowledge or practical experience of clinical trials coordination is preferred.The successful applicant will need to be available for occasional after-hours work.Have an understanding of how the National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) indicators align with this role.Fulfil the responsibilities of this role in alignment to the CHS Exceptional Care Framework, Clinical Governance Framework, Partnering With Consumers Framework and all other related frameworks.Prior to commencement successful candidates will be required to:Compliance Certificate from OMU (Occupational Medicine Unit) relating to assessment, screening and vaccination processes against specified infectious diseases.Undergo a pre-employment National Police Check.Note: This is a temporary available for a period of 12 months with the possibility of extension. Part-Time hours will be considered and the full time salary noted above would be paid pro rata.
Principal Social Worker
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Our Vision: creating exceptional health care togetherOur Role: to be a health service that is trusted by our communityOur Values: Reliable, Progressive, Respectful and KindPOSITION OVERVIEWCanberra Health Services (CHS) is focussed on the delivery of high quality, effective, person centred care. It provides acute, sub-acute, primary and community‐based health services, to the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and surrounding region. More information can be found on the CHS website:  https://www.health.act.gov.au/ Mental Health, Justice Health, Alcohol and Drug Services (MHJHADS) provide health services directly and through partnerships with community organisations. The services provided range from acute crisis support through to treatment, rehabilitation, recovery and harm minimisation. Services are delivered at a number of locations, including hospital inpatient and outpatient settings, community health centres, detention centres, and other community settings including people’s homes. These services include (and are not limited to):Alcohol and Drug ServicesChild and Adolescent Mental Health ServicesCommunity Mental Health ServicesJustice Health ServicesMental Health Inpatient ServicesThe Office of the Director of Allied Health, MHJHADS provides strategic leadership, professional governance and advocacy for Allied Health in MHJHADS. The Principal Social Worker position reports to the Assistant Director of Allied Health, MHJHADS. The successful candidate will monitor and maintain social work professional standards for MHJHADS, provide strategic input on social work specific matters, advocate on behalf of the social work profession in general, and provide timely advice regarding workforce issues consistent with ACT Health, Canberra Health Services, MHJHADS and Australian Association of Social Workers procedures and standards. They will have high level knowledge, expertise and skills in the provision of social work services and will be expected to apply this knowledge both to discipline specific and broader allied health matters across MHJHADS. In addition, the successful applicant will be expected to demonstrate a well-developed understanding of quality and safety systems and a commitment to meeting standards and managing job demand. The position holder is expected to operate within the Public Sector Management Act (1994), the ACT Public Service Code of Conduct and the Australian Association of Social Workers Code of Ethics.ABOUT YOUCHS is committed to workforce diversity and to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment we welcome applications from all diversity groups. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability and people who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, or Questioning (LGBTIQ) are encouraged to apply.Behavioural CapabilitiesIt is expected that the successful candidate will have the following attributes and abilities:Ability to mentor and guide diverse teams and external parties in a collaborative and influential manner.Be flexible, adaptable and comfortable with a changing working environment.Competent negotiation and influencing skills in dealing with complex situations.Ability to synthesise, analyse complex information and make decisions that demonstrates critical thinking skills and forms defensible conclusions based on evidence based sound judgement.Position Requirements/Qualifications:Relevant tertiary Social Work Qualifications - a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Social Work.Professional membership or eligibility for professional membership of the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW)Registration under the ACT Working with Vulnerable People Act 2011Minimum of five years’ experience working professionally in Social Work is preferred with experience in mental health or related settings highly desirable.The successful applicant will have access to flex time, andHave an understanding of how theNational Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) indicators align with this role.Fulfil the responsibilities of this role in alignment to the CHS Exceptional Care Framework, Clinical Governance Framework, Partnering With Consumers Framework and all other related frameworks.Prior to commencement successful candidates will be required to: Undergo a pre-employment National Police Check.Comply with CHS credentialing and scope of clinical practice requirements for allied health professionals.Obtain a Compliance Certificate from OMU (Occupational Medicine Unit) relating to assessment, screening and vaccination processes against specified infectious diseases.NOTESThis is a part-time position available at 29:04 hours per week and the full-time salary noted above will be paid pro-rata.For more information on this position and how to apply “click here” Career interest categories: Administration and Governance Healthcare, Medical and Allied Services
Senior Intermediary
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
The ACT Victims of Crime Commissioner is seeking a highly motivated Senior Intermediary and Intermediaries to work in the Intermediary Program.Intermediaries are accredited professionals and independent officers of the court. They provide specialised advice at police investigative interviews, to lawyers and at court to facilitate the giving of evidence by vulnerable witnesses.The intermediary role primarily involves effectively facilitating communication between:witnesses and police; andwitnesses, lawyers and others at court during the criminal trial process.The duties of an Intermediary include, but are not limited to:assessing witnesses’ communication needs and directly advising police and courts about how to communicate with witnesses to ensure provision of their best evidence, including through providing comprehensive written reports on individual witnesses’ communication needs prior to them giving evidence;contributing technical expertise and experience to assist the continued delivery of the ACT Intermediary Program, including assisting with the development of program guidance and policies, and providing training and support to other program intermediaries and a range of criminal justice stakeholders;maintaining strong relationships with key stakeholders including police, legal professionals, and the judiciary to continue delivering a highly effective and responsive Program; andthe Senior Intermediary will lead discrete bodies of work related to Program operation and continued improvement. They will also work closely with the Intermediary Program Director and other Senior Intermediary, to contribute to Program planning, implementation, monitoring and development including the development of Program guidelines and policy documents.The ACT Human Rights Commission values its diverse work team. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and people with a disability are encouraged to apply.Eligibility/Other Requirements: These are challenging roles, which will require the successful candidates to work closely with vulnerable witnesses, police, legal professionals and the judiciary. If you want to work in a collaborative, fast-paced environment to deliver a ground-breaking access to justice program in the ACT, this is the role for you.Note: The Intermediary Program has SOGB, SOGC and ASO6 intermediary roles available. We encourage candidates to consider applying for multiple roles across these classifications, as relevant to your skills and experience. These permanent full time roles are available immediately. A Merit Pool will be established from each selection process and will be used to fill vacancies over the next 12 months. Selection may be based on application and referee reports only. If you are a person with a disability and would like assistance to apply for this position, please contact the position Contact Officer.
Assistant Director Environmental Offsets (Planning, Monitoring and Research)
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Details: The ACT Parks and Conservation Service (PCS) manage an extensive suite of natural land tenures in the ACT including national parks and reserves. The region is a mecca for mountain bike riding, outdoor events, horse-riding, remote area hiking, and other nature-based activity. The ACT is shifting its public service image and driving unique opportunities for competitive tourism product development.This position is tasked with coordinating a diverse team of planners and ecologists responsible for guiding the establishment and management of new reserves in accordance with environmental offset approval conditions.The role is suited to someone who displays:Excellent written and verbal communication;Excellent record keeping and organisational skills;Exceptional time management skills, specifically for meeting tight deadlines; andExceptional interpersonal skills, including negotiation and relationship management.Eligibility/Other Requirements:Required:Prior to commencing this role, a current registration issued under the Working with Vulnerable People (Background Checking) Act 2011 is required. For further information on Working with Vulnerable People registration refer to - https://www.accesscanberra.act.gov.au/app/answers/detail/a_id/1804 .Desirable:Tertiary qualifications in Natural Resource Management, Environmental Science, or equivalent.Knowledge of relevant legislation, policies, and standard operational procedures as they apply to environmental offset approval processes and conservation land management.Willingness to undertake incident management duties, including participation in fire standby, fire suppression and fire training.Note: An order of merit will be established from this selection process and may be used to fill future identical vacancies over the next 12 months. Selection may be based on application and referee reports only.
Assistant Director Construction and Planning Investigations
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Details: Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Directorate (CMTEDD) leads the ACT Public Service and provides strategic advice and support to the Chief Minister, Treasurer, Minister for Economic Development and the Cabinet on policy, financial and economic matters, service delivery and whole of government issues. The Directorate facilitates the implementation of government priorities and drives many new initiatives, including Access Canberra which provides a range of ACT Government shopfront and regulatory services. The Directorate is also responsible for Shared Services which provides financial, ICT and HR support across Government. The Director-General of CMTEDD is also the Head of Service.Division OverviewWhat we doAt Access Canberra, we play a key role in supporting a safe and vibrant city. We improve the way industry does business, and help protect and improve Canberra’s liveability. We actively engage in a risk and harm approach to compliance across a broad range of industry sectors to build a strong economy, safe community and sustainable environment.Access Canberra is unique to the ACT Government; we work across many different regulatory and customer service areas to support the delivery of regulatory reform and red tape reduction, drive government priorities and implement new initiatives. We help community organisations, business and individuals work with the ACT Government and constantly look for new ways to deliver our services.Who we areWe are a diverse, innovative and professional team of people who come from a wide variety of backgrounds. We welcome people with experience from the community, public and private sectors and believe the more diverse our knowledge base is, the better our results will be.We value people with innovative and creative ideas, who communicate with candour and respect, and who have the motivation to drive projects from conception through to delivery. We are curious about each other’s work and always ask “who else needs to know?”What we offerInteresting and fulfilling work in a unique government environment where you can see the impact you have on the Canberra community.The opportunity to work with passionate, innovative and experienced leaders who encourage and support you to develop your interests and expertise.A flexible workplace with brand new, state of the art accommodation enabling activity-based work in a fun and creative environment.The Team you will work in:The Construction and Planning Investigations Team (CPIT) within the Construction and Planning Regulations section of the Construction, Utilities and Environment Protection Branch, is responsible for conducting investigations in relation to building and planning breaches under the Building Act 2004, the Planning and Development Act 2007, and the Construction Occupations (Licensing) Act 2004, in response to complaints received through Access Canberra.The CPIT, work alongside with the Rapid Regulatory Response Team (RRRT) and the Compliance Monitoring and Inspection Team (CMIT), to provide a holistic approach to ensuring proportionate and responsive regulatory programs and actions to improve the quality of building and construction in the ACT community.Duties/ResponsibilitiesThis role assists the Director in leading the CPIT team, and has the title and delegations of the Deputy Construction Occupations Registrar. In this role you will be responsible for a number of functions within a regulatory compliance area with a focus on building and planning regulation.You will be required to:Provide leadership and management of teams engaged in high level and complex regulatory compliance actions.Assist in the preparation of strategic and procedural advice on directorate, government and regulatory issues utilising high level data analytics.Prepare strategic and complex submissions, reports, briefs and correspondence in relation to a diverse range of matters on behalf of the Constructions Occupations RegistrarConduct investigations including gathering evidence, formal statements and taking proportionate and responsive action.Create and review evidence briefs, regulatory instruments under the legislation e.g. notice of intention to issue rectification orders, rectification orders, show cause notice and/or controlled activity orders.Lead a team in utilising professional judgement, statutory powers and the risk/harm based regulation model to proactively and reactively implement the regulatory regime.Assist in the direction and control of the day-to-day operations of the organisation to fulfil objectives and achieve goalsSupport the business unit to achieve team, organisational and Government goals.Understand and work within the ACTPS Code of Conduct and ACTPS values of respect, integrity, collaboration and innovation, and model behaviour consistent with the ACTPS Respect Equity and Diversity framework.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.Selection CriteriaYour suitability for this position will be assessed on your Skills, Knowledge and Behaviours, listed below, and how they relate to the duties/responsibilities above:SkillsProven ability to lead, monitor and develop a team of investigators within a regulatory environment.Experience in investigative practice.Demonstrated high level leadership skills resulting in working together to deliver collaborative and innovative solutions to complex problems.Demonstrated high level research, written and verbal communication skills.Demonstrated understanding of regulatory regimes, regulatory practice and legislative instruments.General knowledge and understanding of a risk-based approach to regulation.Knowledge Behaviour Proven ability to:Lead and manage teams and contribute to a positive team cultureDeliver outputs in a high paced and high pressure environment while maintaining a focus on the wider regulatory pictureManage stakeholders to build trusting, professional regulatory relationships.Demonstrated high level of self-awareness, integrity and behaviour aligned with the ACT Government core values.Eligibility/Other Requirements: EssentialCurrent driver’s licence.DesirableRelevant qualifications or experience in investigations/compliance/enforcement.Note: This is a temporary position available from 4 November 2021 up until 5 April 2023. This position does not require a pre-employment medical or a Working with Vulnerable People Check. A Merit Pool will be established from this selection process and will be used to fill vacancies over the next 12 months. This position is in a workplace/s designed for activity-based working (ABW). Under ABW arrangements, officers will not have a designated workstation/desk.
Director
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
The ACT Audit Office is seeking people with excellent analytical, research and investigatory skills to join the Performance Audit team. As a Director, you will be primarily responsible for managing performance audits and other reviews and investigations of the operations of ACT public sector entities. The ACT Auditor-General is an independent Officer of the Legislative Assembly. The ACT Audit Office supports the Auditor-General in carrying out the functions of the Office, with a view to promoting public accountability in the public administration of the Australian Capital Territory. You should have an awareness of, and understanding and commitment to, the values of the ACT Audit Office, diversity of culture in the workplace and workplace health and safety principles.The ACT Public Service 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. Eligibility/Other Requirements: Relevant tertiary qualifications are highly desirable. All applicants must be fluent in English. All ACT Audit Office employees are required to undergo employment screening. This position is a Position of Trust 1 and therefore, if you are selected for this position you will be required to gain and maintain a Baseline National Security Clearance. If this clearance is not successful, your employment in the role will not commence or, if already commenced, will be terminated. Notes: An order of merit will be established from this selection process and may be used to fill future identical vacancies over the next 12 months.
Senior Investigations Officer
Sport Integrity Australia, ACT
About Sport Integrity Australia Sport Integrity Australia leads the Australian government’s efforts to protect sport against threats to its integrity – doping, competition manipulation and the mistreatment and abuse of sports participants. Led by David Sharpe APM OAM, Sport Integrity Australia is the cornerstone of the government's comprehensive sport integrity strategy: Safeguarding the Integrity of Sport. Our role is to provide advice and assistance to counter the: use of prohibited substances and methods in sport abuse of children and other persons in a sporting environment manipulation of sporting competitions failure to protect members of sporting organisations and other persons in a sporting environment from bullying, intimidation, discrimination or harassment. Sporting organisations, and other stakeholders, benefit from the ability to deal with a single nationally coordinated organisation to address all sport integrity issues. Sport Integrity Australia offers guidance on integrity matters to sports that don’t have developed integrity capabilities. Our focus is policy development, intelligence, investigations (primarily of doping cases), education, outreach and capability building. We are Australia's National Anti-Doping Organisation. Primary purpose of the role A Sport Integrity Australia Senior Investigator is responsible for planning and conducting specific investigation activities into: Possible Anti-Doping Rule Violations (ADRVs) Sport Integrity matters; and Allegations of fraud against Sport Integrity Australia. A Sport Integrity Australia Senior Investigator primarily conducts investigations into ADRVs by athletes or athlete support persons and Sport Integrity matters in line with the National Integrity Framework. In conducting this function the team works closely with other areas of Sport Integrity Australia, Australian regulatory and law enforcement bodies, anti-doping organisations internationally, sports organisations and the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). In addition the Sport Integrity Australia’s Investigation Team is responsible for the investigation of allegations of fraud against the agency. All investigations are conducted in accordance with legislative requirements and best practice methodologies. Key duties The duties of the Senior Investigator include, but is not limited to: Effectively, efficiently and professionally work as a member of a team/or as investigations case officer of investigations into possible ADRVs in Australian sport in accordance with Sport Integrity Australia priorities; Effectively, efficiently and professionally work as a member of a team/or as investigations case officer of investigations into possible sports integrity matters, in line with sport policies, and in accordance with legislative requirements and best practice methodologies; Effectively, efficiently and professionally work as a member of a team/or as investigations case officer office in investigations of allegations of fraud against the agency; All ADRV investigations are to be conducted in accordance with the requirements of Sport Integrity Australia Act 2020, Sport Integrity Australia Regulations 2020, WADA’s International Standard for Testing and Investigations; All investigations are to be conducted in accordance with relevant Australian Government legislation and policies, including the Australian Government Investigations Standards; Plan and manage the use of team resources to ensure accountability that required outcomes are delivered within agreed timeframes and within budget; Maintain sustainable and effective operational relationships with a range of internal and external stakeholders including Australian regulatory and law enforcement bodies, anti-doping organisations internationally, and WADA; Enhance the capability and reputation of Sport Integrity Australia; Assist, identify and recommend mitigation strategies for potential risks to achieving Sport Integrity Australia’s mission and objectives; Develop written investigation plans, reports and high quality briefs of evidence The duties of the Senior Investigator will vary according to the needs of the Executive and Senior Executive as informed by the Director Investigations. Key accountabilities The key accountabilities of the Senior Investigator include, but is not limited to: Ensure compliance with the National Anti-Doping (NAD) Scheme, the Sport Integrity Australia Act 2020, the World Anti-Doping Code and the Public Interest Disclosure Act 2013; Ensure compliance with the Sport Integrity Australia Investigations Manual and Australian Government Investigation Standards; Ensure that APS Values and Code of Conduct are adhered to at all times Endorse and encourage ‘best practice’ record keeping in accordance with Sport Integrity Australia Record Keeping Policy and Information Governance Framework; Cooperate with the employer and comply with all relevant legislation and Sport Integrity Australia health and safety policies, procedures and instructions and Sport Integrity Australia ICT and Information Governance Framework; and Work and act safely and take all reasonable care to protect personal health and safety and the health and safety of other Selection criteria The selection criteria of the Senior Investigator include: Sound experience in leading an investigation into alleged misconduct and what steps would be taken to ensure that the investigation was conducted in a fair and impartial manner. Ability to lead multiple concurrent investigations. Ensuring that competing priorities are managed effectively in order for the investigation to be completed thoroughly and in a timely manner. Well-developed oral and written communication skills, including the ability to support and maintain productive working relationships. Demonstrated ability to support strategic thinking, aligning operational activities with corporate goals. Sound leadership and people management ability. Well-developed liaison, interpersonal and negotiation skills, including the ability to influence change. Demonstrated personal qualities of integrity, initiative, drive and adaptability, and experience in implementing sound workplace management practices. Eligibility Under section 22(8) of the Public Service Act 1999, employees must be Australian citizens to be employed in the APS unless the agency delegate has agreed, in writing. The successful applicant will be required to obtain and maintain a Baseline Vetting Security Clearance and Working with Vulnerable People Card and may be required to undergo a medical assessment. Sport Integrity Australia staff must comply with security (physical, personnel and IT) security controls and mandatory training. How to apply Applicants are required to provide a ‘pitch’ outlining your skills, knowledge, experience and achievements and why you should be considered for this vacancy. You do not need to provide a separate response to each of the criteria in your written application. You should take into consideration the position description and selection criteria above when drafting your ‘pitch’. As much as possible include specific relevant examples of your work. When including examples, it is recommended you frame them around the following approach, commonly known as the STAR method: describe the SITUATION or problem, highlight the TASK you had to accomplish, tell what ACTIONS you took to achieve the task, and show the RESULT - what you achieved and what you learned. Your application should include: A two-page pitch that outlines your suitability against the selection criteria, Current résumé (no more than three pages).
Assistant Director – Accounting Policy
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to work on a wide breadth of issues in the ACT Government? Do you want to help develop and manage accounting policy in the ACT Government, developing accounting related policy advice for Government or work with a range of statutory related financial reporting issues?The ACT Treasury, within the Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Directorate (CMTEDD), is looking for an Assistant Director – Accounting Policy who is an experienced Accountant with expertise in the provision of policy and technical advice in relation to accounting standards, taxation and financial management frameworks to join the team.The position provides a great opportunity to see the inside workings of ACT Treasury, and to contribute to delivering the Government’s key policy priorities including planning and oversight of financial management and frameworks in the ACT. The position will allow for flexibility and encourages work/life balance for the right candidate.The successful applicant will be required to give strategic and robust advice, and will have the ability to exercise initiative, have excellent communication skills, use sound judgement and be flexible in handling complex policy, financial, and administrative issues. The successful applicant will have well developed accounting, policy and analytical skills, and the demonstrated capacity to work effectively in a team environment, plan work, balance competing priorities and meet deadlines. Well-developed written and oral communication skills, including liaison and negotiation skills are also required.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. Eligibility/Other RequirementsTertiary or post graduate qualifications in business, accounting, commerce, economics, finance or a similar field are highly desirable or, alternatively, tertiary qualifications in another field combined with strong numeracy skills gained through experience in financial analysis and reporting.CPA/CA membership would be highly desirable. Notes: A Merit Pool will be established from this selection process and will be used to fill vacancies over the next 12 months. These positions are based in a workplace designed for activity-based working (ABW). Under ABW arrangements, officers do not have a designated workstation/desk.
Director Security and Risk
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Corporate Management provides support to the Directorate in relation to its governance framework, corporate policies, audit and compliance assurance programs.  It drives our strong risk framework including supporting business continuity, emergency management and protective security. The Director Security and Risk works in a small technical team of subject matter experts.  The Security and Risk team is a dynamic and customer-oriented area focused to deliver best practice corporate, advice, services and support in a demanding environment. No working day will ever be the same with portfolio management requirements for business continuity, disaster recovery, protective security and risk management. 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.Eligibility/Other Requirements: A qualification in risk management or a recognised management discipline would be highly regarded.An NV1 Security Clearance is required or the ability to obtain and maintain one is demonstrated.Notes: An order of merit will be established from this selection process and may be used to fill future identical vacancies over the next 12 months.
Assistant Director Education Business Applications
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
The role of the Assistant Director Education Business Application is providing high-level technical support for the development, implementation, on-going maintenance, fault diagnosis and identification of remedial action for a range of infrastructure technologies and business services, as well as ensuring consistency of service delivery. This will require liaison and negotiation with relevant stakeholders, including external vendors to ensure delivery of ICT services that align with the Directorate, Digital, Data and Technology Services (DDTS) and ACT Government strategy.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.Note: This is a temporary position available immediately for up to six months. This position is available to ACT Government officers and employees only.