Position number: 528
Classification: EL2 $112,379 – $132,801
Closing date: 23/03/2018
Branch: Strategic Advice
- You are a natural leader and have a passion for empowering colleagues.
- You can undertake objective, systematic analysis and draw accurate conclusions based on evidence, while recognising links between connected issues.
- You are a strategic problem solver, a doer and are known for seeing things through.
- You will be experienced in relationship and stakeholder management.
- You have a sense of humour and enjoy being part of a cohesive team.
- Providing high quality strategic direction, leadership and innovation in relation to:
- business processes to support the Marine Park Authority Board
- delivery of the Authority’s corporate plan and performance indicators
- developing new and rationalising existing strategy documents and position statements
- the Authority’s contributions in the delivery of the Reef 2050 Plan
- management of the Authority’s parliamentary services
- managing international engagement, including engagement on world heritage matters and the International Coral Reef Initiative.
- Driving the strategic alignment of functions and guide business improvement strategies that achieve corporate objectives and comply with government policy and guidelines.
- Directing and leading a section to deliver relevant program areas under the Corporate Plan and associated commitments through:
- supervising staff and building team capability to ensure optimum team performance and productivity
- developing, monitoring and evaluating work programs
- allocating and monitoring section budget
- contributing to Authority-wide projects and emerging issues as part of a broader senior executive team.
- Coordinating and preparing complex high quality advice and written material that is timely, practical, transparent and risk-based.
- Consulting, and partnering with stakeholders and service providers on matters relevant to the Authority, including:
- establishing and maintaining effective relationships
- leading and contributing to committees/working groups to persuade, negotiate or influence cooperation on strategic issues
- contributing to, or facilitating meetings and presentations
- leading the management of a Local Marine Advisory Committee at a location to be determined between Bundaberg and Cooktown
- representing the Agency as required.
- Be Australian citizens to be eligible for engagement,
- The successful applicant must be able to obtain and maintain a NEGATIVE VETTING LEVEL 1 security clearance; failure to do so will result in termination of employment.
- Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline, or a minimum of five-year’s relevant experience.
- Have the ability to travel frequently, sometimes for multiple nights.
- Inspires a sense of purpose and direction
- Focuses strategically
- Harnesses information and opportunities
- Shows judgement, intelligence and common sense
- Builds organisational capability and responsiveness
- Marshals professional expertise
- Steers and implements change and deals with uncertainty
- Ensures closure and delivers on intended results
- Nurtures internal and external relationships
- Facilitates cooperation and partnerships
- Values individual differences and diversity
- Guides, mentors and develops people
- Demonstrates public service professionalism and probity
- Engages with risk and shows personal courage
- Commits to action
- Displays resilience
- Demonstrates self-awareness and a commitment to personal development
- Communicates clearly
- Listens, understands and adapts to audience
- Negotiates persuasively
PLEASE NOTE: The panel will not consider additional information such as a cover letter or content exceeding the word limit.
For more information please contact:
Margaret Johnson - 02 6274 2493
How to apply:
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