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(AS806) Australian Science Innovations – Executive Director
Brooker Consulting, Canberra
❖ Canberra-based national leadership role in scientific education Australian Science Innovations (ASI) is Australia’s premier provider of cutting edge, challenging science programs, competitions and residential camps for high-achieving secondary school students, including the Australian Science Olympiads. Working with the Board, your brief to fulfil ASI’s Vision and Mission is to lead and manage the execution of ASI’s strategy and operational imperatives, in accordance with its Business Plan. Committed to the promotion of excellence in STEM, you are experienced in dealing with Government, scientists, educators, the media and a range of corporate stakeholders. In addition to financial and project management skills, you have a proven capacity to lead and motivate staff, plus strong influencing abilities to facilitate income generation from novel sources. Ideally, your experience will include working at a senior level in the NFP sector.Position Description The Executive Director is accountable to the Board for management of ASI, its staff and finances, and is responsible for execution of the strategic direction and operation of the organisation in accordance with the ASI Business Plan. Responsibilities:Governance:Duties Complies with all ASI policiesWorks with the Board to develop processes, procedures and controls for effective governance of ASIMeets all documented reporting requirements, including preparation of Board PapersAttends meetings of the Board by invitationProvides advice to the Board on matters relating to governance and the strategic direction of ASI Management Duties: Plans and manages workflow to achieve output at required quality and within parameters of time and budgetDevelops, implements and reports on progress to the Board on ASI’s:– Business Plan– Risk Management PlanIs accountable for the management of ASI staff and Program personnelDevelops and monitors strategies for continuous improvement Financial managementDuties: Manages the accounting and financial functions of ASIPrepares an annual budget for Board approval and monitors financial performance against itPrepares financial reports for the Board and auditors as required Risk ManagementDuties: Reasonably identifies and assesses all technical, commercial, financial and reputational risksPuts specific strategy and action plans in place to minimise risks Human resourcesDuties: Recruits, trains/inducts and deploys staffCompletes Role Agreements for all staff and ensures currency of Position DescriptionsCompletes annual Performance Appraisals and Career Development Plans for all permanent staff Revenue raisingDuties: Develops funding proposals, co-ordinates and delivers funding pitchesIdentifies and pursues novel income streamsTracks and manages funding deliverables External relationsDuties: Represents the ASI to external organisations and stakeholders in a variety of forumsManages relationships with current and potential partners and supportersManages relationships of the Alumni community and develops support Marketing and Public relationsDuties: Develops and implements ASI’s marketing strategy (including a media strategy and associated protocols)As the first point of contact for the media, provides representation and comment according to Board policy/positionOversees promotion of ASI brand, including via traditional media and social media Safety, Health and EnvironmentDuties: Implements ASI’s Emergency Response PlanImplements Occupational Health, Safety and Environment Policy and specified targets Required Competencies experience and skills in general management,a proven track record in delivery of complex projects to a range of government and corporate stakeholders, the ability to liaise effectively with scientists, educationalists and the media,demonstrated experience in financial management,excellent written and verbal communication skills, the ability to lead effectively a diverse and enthusiastic team,the capacity to raise funds from government and external organisations,a strong commitment to enhancing Australia’s science capability, andthe ability to develop and carry out a comprehensive strategy, including organising events, which raise the profile of the organisation.