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The potential to be extended beyond the designated term.The Commercial Law unit is responsible for drafting, developing and settling complex commercial documentation and provides concise, written and verbal advice on a range of commercial and contract matters, including associated policies.As a Supervising Lawyer and part of a small team, you will be required to work autonomously, have initiative to propose practical solutions to internal staff and work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders. You will be required to have strong contract and negotiation skills to advise internally and be able to represent Victoria Police's interests to a variety of external stakeholders, including Government agencies and private enterprise.Victoria Police is a contemporary and agile workplace and support flexible working arrangements.Your duties will include: Drafting contracts, deeds, memoranda of understanding and all other forms of agreement involving legal input.Reviewing all written engagements with third parties to protect Victoria Police's interests.Providing legal advice on all Victoria Police procurements, including Expressions of Interest, Requests for Quote and tenders.Providing written and verbal advice on areas specific to Victoria Police such as compliance with legislation governing law enforcement data.Instructing, monitoring, overseeing and approving the engagement of external legal providers including the Victorian Government Solicitor's Office on various matters where independence is required.Advising on contractual disputes and their settlement.Advising on legal risk and compliance issues.Assisting Victoria Police staff to negotiate legal aspects of contracts or with tenderers' commercial or legal advisors.Providing concise verbal and written advice on Victoria Police associated policies. As the successful applicant, you will have:Proven ability to provide authoritative legal advice, illustrating professional leadership on complex matters.Strong negotiation skills, including skills to resolve contract disputes.Strong knowledge of contract law.Highly developed conceptual, analytical, interpersonal and written communication skills.An Unsupervised Practising Certificate with at least three to five years' post qualification admission experience. Requirements and relevant information:One (1) part time (0.4FTE) fixed term 9/11/2021 the potential to be extended beyond the designated term. Flexible working hours are available.This position is based at the Victoria Police Centre, 311 Spencer St, Docklands.Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa.This position may require you to work outside normal hours.The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include fingerprint checks and misconduct screening.As a member of the Legal Services Department you will be located, on selection, at a specific office within a Division for a particular advertised opportunity. However, given occasional legal service demand issues you may be required at times to undertake varied work within the Department. This supports the Department's commitment to a flexible and deployable legal workforce and professional development opportunities in a range of legal domains.Your application must include:ResumeA copy of your current Unrestricted Practising CertificateCompleted application form - attached to the job advertisement.Applications close midnight, Monday 14 June 2021.Please Note: All applications will need to be submitted through one of the following platforms; the Victorian Government careers website (Careers.vic), Job Skills Exchange (JSE) website or Seek. Applications will not be accepted via other platforms or email.For further information on this role please contact: Maurice Sanelli on (03) 8335 7167 or via email Maurice.Sanelli@police.vic.gov.au.If you have a disability/medical condition and require a copy of this advertisement and attached documentation in an accessible format or would like to discuss an access requirements/reasonable adjustment for the recruitment process, please contact VPS Recruitment via email VPSRECRUITMENT@police.vic.gov.au or on (03) 8335 8081.About Us:Victoria Police is a large organisation employing police, public servants and protective services officers. Victoria Police provides support to the community 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. At Victoria Police our goal is for our workforce to reflect the diverse community we serve. We continually seek to attract and retain a diverse workforce which includes people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. Find out what it is like working as a Victorian Public Servant for Victoria Police: https://www.police.vic.gov.au/vps
Compliance and Risk Officer
Djirra, Melbourne
Job descriptionDjirra supports Aboriginal women's journey to safety and wellbeing, and provides legal and practical supports to Aboriginal people experiencing family violence across Victoria. Djirra is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation with a rich history as we grow our services.Due to our expansive growth, a new full-time, ongoing position has been created for someone to be the organisational lead to advise, establish and promote best practice in governance, risk management and compliance. You will also be responsible for ensuring that Djirra meets its commitment to:Integrate effective risk management practices across all levels of strategic and operational planning, processes and performance reportingFoster a risk-aware culture where staff members are encouraged to adopt a positive and proactive approach to risk management.This role will be integral to contributing to a culture of continuous improvement in Djirra's activities whilst we continue to expand as well as ensuring corporate accountability.Djirra is committed to Child Safety and as part of Djirra's screening requirements all staff must have (or are able to obtain) a Working With Childrens Check and a National Police Check. An International Police Check may also be required. You must also be able to demonstrate an understanding of Child Safety.How to Apply:Applicants are required to submit their cover letter, resume and provide responses to the questions found via the apply now button below. Please refer to https://djirra.org.au/ for organisational information, position description and how to apply. Further enquires regarding this position can be directed to Teresa Kyprianou, HR Advisor at hr@djirra.org.au, using the subject line: Compliance and Risk Officer enquiry via EthicalJobs.RequirementsApplicants who have demonstrated extensive knowledge and understanding of the Victorian Aboriginal community, particularly in relation to the impact of family violence on Aboriginal women will be looked upon favourably.In addition, but not limited to, the following will be highly regarded:Demonstrated experience in implementing accreditation and quality improvement processes from beginning to end with excellent resultsIn-depth and practical knowledge of legal and sector legislative requirementsExposure to accreditation frameworks such as Human Services Standards, Community Legal Centres (CLC) National Accreditation Scheme (NAS), Quality Improvement Council (QIC) Health and Community Standards, International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) and the National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) Standards.Sound understanding of continuous quality improvement processes and the use of standards and accreditation to enhance organisational leadership and management systems.Knowledge of contemporary quality and risk principles, best practice and the statutory and regulatory framework in which they operate.High level project management and organisation skills and experience, including the ability to independently plan, prioritise, meet deadlines and drive project and reporting deadlines.Ability to engage employees at all levels to encourage an active involvement in continuous improvement and risk management activities.Strong interpersonal, relationship building and consultation skills including the ability to communicate clearly and sensitively with stakeholders and staff at all levels and use a coaching approach to influence outcomes.BenefitsGenerous Salary Packaging options - including Meals Entertainment (Not For Profit Organisation)Supportive and inclusive work environmentRefurbished officesConveniently located near public transport and ample street parking nearbyAccess to Employee Assistance Program with supportive, confidential counsellingApplications for this position will close as soon as a suitable candidate is sourced, therefore we strongly encourage your application as soon as possible. We also strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply.
Board Member Treasurer (voluntary)
Peninsula Community Legal Centre, Melbourne
Job descriptionPeninsula Community Legal Centre is a leading not-for-profit organisation providing free legal services across the Sth East suburbs of Melbourne.PCLC operates under the governance of a volunteer Management Committee Board.The Treasurer will work with the Management Committee members to provide sound governance and effective leadership to the organisation by ensuring that the organisation has clear strategic direction, adequate internal controls to ensure financial management, risk management and legal compliance and an effective policy framework to guide its workThe Treasurer works closely with the CEO, Finance Officer and Finance Sub Committee to ensure that financial management and accountability requirements are met.You will need:Possess qualifications and experience in Accounting/Financial ManagementDemonstrated knowledge of and commitment to social justice principles, understanding of the legal assistance sector and a commitment to PCLC's vision and valuesExperience in corporate governance in the context of a not-for-profit organisationThe Board meet bi-monthly and the Finance Sub Committee meet in the alternate month.For further information please contact Jackie Galloway on 9783 3600.A position description is attached.
Senior Contract Specialist
Florida Institute Technology, South Yarra, Stonnington Area, Melbourne, VIC
Senior Contract Specialist Florida Tech Main Campus MelbourneThe Sr. Contract Specialist is responsible for the management of a comprehensive award portfolio and subawards, management of the Universitys Export Control Program and Intellectual Property. The Senior Contract Specialist reviews, negotiates and executes research related agreements that may include industry and Government contracts, collaborative research and other unfunded agreements, such as non-disclosure agreements, memorandums of understanding and material transfer agreements. The individual in this position must be able to assess business and legal risk, make independent decisions based on sound judgment, and independently assist faculty and their delegates or representatives. Specific Duties include: Review and negotiate, clarify terms & conditions with sponsors to ensure consistency with university policies as well as state, local and federal laws. Participate in on-going subaward and grant management activities on behalf of the University, work with the principal investigators, department administrators and the sponsors during the term of the award to ensure compliance with grant terms. Submit request for modifications, no-cost extensions, budget revisions and other activities. Develop, negotiate, and maintain various agreements, including but not limited to sponsored research agreements, master agreements, SBIRs/STTRs, and subawards, confidentiality, material transfer, collaboration, and teaming agreements. Assist with the development and implementation of sponsored programs policies and research compliance policies that are consistent with University policies, federal and state laws. Additional Duties: Serves as Export Control Officer and primary point of contact for Intellectual Property. Responsible for the monitoring of the Universitys policies and procedures to ensure the Universitys industry, research and scholarly activities are conducted in compliance with U.S. export control laws and regulations, including but not limited to the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), International Traffic in Arms (ITAR). Develop intellectual property and tech transfer processes and policies. Work with faculty to answer questions and concerns related to invention disclosures and intellectual property protection opportunities, such as patents, copyrights, or trade secrets. Monitor the Universitys conflict of interest program. Prepare monthly reports by entering/extracting data for: Research Projects, Export Controls, Confidentiality Agreements, and Tech Transfer activity (patents, copyrights, IIAs, licenses, etc.). Skill requirements include: Excellent computer skills in the use of MS Office with emphasis on Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, and MS Word documents. Experience with Workday Financial Management Software is preferred. Abilities: The Senior Contracts Specialist will have significant prior experience negotiating and finalizing complex agreements and must have knowledge of export control laws, copyright law, publication policy, intellectual property rights, and data ownership as well as some working knowledge of conflict-of-interest regulations and knowledge of federal acquisition processes and Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR). JD Law Degree or a strong legal background is desired. Ability to be precise, thorough, reliable, work independently, adapt to frequent changes in rapidly evolving research projects, and possess the abilities to reason, think logically and analyze situations to propose and implement resolutions for problems or concerns. Ability to assist with preparing budgets and monitoring post-award compliance and resolving post-award issues. Must have exceptionally strong communication skills and ability to effectively and clearly answer inquiries from team members, external partners. Experience working in a fast paced and multi-tasking environment. Official transcripts of all collegiate work must be sent directly from the attended institution to the Human Resources Office prior to the first day of employment. All international degrees must have a course-by-course official evaluation and translation sent to the Human Resources Office directly from an evaluation company affiliated with the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services, Inc. (NACES). Equal opportunity Florida Tech does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, pregnancy, parenting status, veteran status or retirement status in its activities and programs. In accordance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Florida Tech does not discriminate on the basis of sex. Inquiries concerning the application of the non-discrimination policy may be directed to the Office of Title IX at John E. Miller Office Building (401QAD), 150 West University Blvd, Melbourne, FL 32901, TitleIXCoordinatorfit.edu, or 321-674-8885, or to the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights. Americans with Disabilities Act Please notify us at least five days in advance if a reasonable accommodation for a disability is needed by calling the Office of Human Resource at 321-674-8100. The Annual Security and Fire Safety Report In compliance with the Clery Act, the University annually provides a report to each student and current employee, as well as to prospective employees and students, that provides a detailed disclosure of information regarding campus security practices (including Emergency Response Plan, Timely Warnings, Emergency Notifications, Missing Persons, fire safety policies, fire prevention data, and Crime Log policies), as well as crime and fire-related incident statistics for the preceding year. The Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available online at https://www.fit.edu/media/site-specific/wwwfitedu/security/documents/20200776_FINAL2_ASR-MainCampus.pdf We are an E-verify employer Posted 7 Days AgoFull timeR779 Celebrating 60 years of relentlessly pursuing greatness, Florida Tech was founded in 1958 at the dawn of the Space Race that would soon define the Atlantic coast of Florida and captivate the nation. Now the premier private technological university in the Southeast, Florida Tech is a Tier 1 Best National University in U.S. News & World Report and one of just nine schools in Florida lauded by the Fiske Guide to Colleges. Ranked among the top 5 percent of 18,000 degree-granting institutions worldwide in the 2018-19 World University Rankings and named one of just 14 U.S.-based Golden Age universities in 2018 by Times Higher Education, Florida Tech is one of the nations Best Value Colleges as determined by Forbes. Florida Tech offers bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees in aeronautics and aviation, engineering, computing and cybersecurity, business, science and mathematics, psychology, education and communication. Learn more at www.fit.edu.
Head of Investment Legal and Governance
eFinancialCareers Ltd., Melbourne, Melbourne Region
Because we value your privacy, we ask for your permission to use this info in capacities such as: Function, Store and/or access information on a device, Precise geolocation data, and identification through device scanning, Personalised content, content measurement, audience insights, and product development, Personalised ads, and ad measurement. Reporting to the COO, Investments, This Senior role is a member of the Investments Leadership Team and helps provide sound legal and governance advice Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, Investments the Head of Investment Legal and Governance is a member of the Investments Leadership Team and trusted advisor of the Investments Executive. This role provides commercial advice in support of Investment strategic objectives with consideration to Fund wide strategy and leads the Investment legal and governance function with a strong team and collaborative service orientation. This senior role has primary responsibility for provision of sound legal advice and ensuring that robust governance frameworks and compliance policies are in place and operating effectively to optimize investment outcomes and ensure compliance with regulatory and legal obligations. This role will also represent the investment function with external stakeholders including agencies and regulatory bodies, and requires an understanding of global regulatory requirements as they pertain to investment activity. A significant focus is supporting the continued internalization of investment strategies. Your proven ability to effectively lead and develop a team of professionals and proactively manage legal costs is critical, including benchmarking of spend and clear parameters when external advice is sought. The role requires significant knowledge and experience in the provision of legal services at senior levels in a law firm, corporation or government agency, specifically in the field of investment transactions including public and private markets, superannuation, compliance and regulatory issues across financial services and products. Your stakeholder management will be crucial as you engage and advise stakeholders, particularly at Investment Committee and Leadership level, consistently applying a measured, commercial and sensitive approach to all interactions. Why Cbus? You can be part of an award-winning organisation that is genuinely committed to delivering workplace diversity, inclusion and flexible working arrangements as an enabler of our purpose - to act in the best interest of our members and maximise their retirement outcomes. Like to know more about working with Cbus? Listen to some of our videos with members of the Cbus team on our website. You will also be able to download the full position description from our website - www.cbussuper.com.au/about-us/careers. About Cbus Cbus is one of Australia’s largest industry superannuation funds and the national industry fund for the construction, building, infrastructure and allied industries. Established in 1984, Cbus provides superannuation benefits to over 790,000 members, has assets over $60 billion, and accepts contributions from more than 150,000 employers. Applications Close: cob 7 June Please note that this full time role can be based in Melbourne or Sydney. Agencies, please note: All Cbus vacancies are managed by our internal Talent Acquisition Team. Should external assistance be required we will only reach out to our preferred agency partners, Thank you. × Save jobs and track them like a pro with My Jobs
Chief Financial Officer
Walter & Eliza Hall Institute, Melbourne, Melbourne Region
An opportunity is available for a Chief Financial Officer to join the Finance department at Australia’s pre-eminent biomedical research institute. About the position Reporting to the Director, the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) will form a critical part of WEHI’s Executive team. The CFO will play an important role in setting the strategic agenda, delivering the transformational change agenda for the Institute and for finance, managing performance, ensuring financial control and integrity, delivering on financial reporting requirements and managing financial compliance and risk. The CFO will also manage the Procurement and Logistics team, ensuring efficient and meaningful service provision in pursuit of the organisation’s strategic objectives. The CFO will be an active member of the Executive team, Professional Services Leadership team and management representative on Board Sub-Committees, particularly Audit & Risk and Investment Committees. The CFO will lead all financial activities including financial projections/ budgets, management performance reporting and financial input into strategic planning and business cases. The CFO will ensure that the Institute employs robust budgeting, forecasting and reporting processes and delivers accurate and comprehensive reports and analyses to internal and external stakeholders. Leading a team of finance professionals, the CFO will also manage operational finance activities, accounting and financial compliance for the Institute, including financial administration of research grants, commercialisation and fundraising, investment and cash management, financial systems and tax and insurance compliance activities. The CFO has the key role of ensuring ongoing financial sustainability of the Institute. Selection Criteria Leadership - clearly and convincingly articulate a vision; create a sense of trust and value; act as a role model to inspire and motivate others, and seek ways to improve their own contribution and increase the level of responsibility of themselves and others. Cognitive skills - be perceptive, intelligent, and quick to understand more conceptually demanding ideas; be able to reason through problems, and demonstrate their ability to introduce improved and innovative ways of doing things. Persuasion/negotiation – win concessions without damaging relationships; convince others of your point of view; listen to and assimilate information from others to identify their needs; identify and assess a range of possible options; be direct and clear as well as diplomatic and collaborative; present information in a manner appropriate to purpose and audience. Interpersonal skills - highly effective interpersonal and communication skills with an open, direct and diplomatic approach, and the ability to create and foster collaborative and productive relationships with internal stakeholders and external organisations. Change management – ability to understand to guide the change required to transform the finance function at the Institute. Knowledge and skills Political/social awareness – understand and use the power relationships that impact on the role and understand the limitations and nature of the environment, including an understanding of interest groups and informal structures. Strategic thinking - be able to identify or develop overall goals and see the linking strategies and actions required to achieve these goals. Commercial focus – continually strive to deliver the best service/products for the resources available; and continually seek more efficient ways of operating. Demonstrated high level expertise and achievement in: budget development and planning; performance monitoring and reporting; management of an organisation to achieve approved budgets; building and maintaining trusted relationships with Board members, as well as external stakeholders including advisors, bankers and commercial partners. Demonstrated understanding of the legal and operational budget planning practices and cycles. Demonstrated ability to develop and lead a high performing team. Specialist Skills Tertiary degree in accounting / commerce Membership of a major professional accounting body Experience at a CFO or equivalent level Broad business and financial management experience, including practical knowledge of all financial, tax, investment and regulatory requirements of a large-scale organisation, preferably in the not for profit sector. Minimum ten years’ experience in senior financial management roles Demonstrated experience in presenting to and effectively interacting at Board level. Desirable experience Knowledge of, and experience dealing in, the not for profit sector, particularly organisations with large scale grant revenue streams and other diverse income sources (such as fundraising, donations and investment earnings). Terms of appointment This position is available for a fixed term in a full time capacity. Up to 17% superannuation and very attractive salary packaging options are available. A position description is available here . How to apply Please email your application including cover letter, CV and a letter addressing the key selection criteria in pdf format to tim.mordenshk.com.au , quoting reference WEHI/ANEM130521 in the subject line. Institute Life At the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute we strive to ensure our staff and students enjoy a great working environment. We value diversity and gender equity in our work force and promote flexible working arrangements for staff to balance working requirements and personal needs. We have implemented a number of gender equity initiatives to support women laboratory heads. 2014 The Walter and Eliza Hall Insitute of Medical Research. ABN: 12 004 251 423 We acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation as the traditional owners of the land where our campuses are located, and recognise their continuing connection to country and community. 2021 The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research. ABN: 12 004 251 423