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The mission of the AFP is to provide dynamic and effective law enforcement to the people of Australia. It provides policing throughout Australia in relation to the prevention and detection of crimes against the Commonwealth, its laws and integrity, and community police services to the Community of the ACT.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified people who are interested in an appointment to the AFP. Applicants should demonstrate a commitment to the core values of the AFP.
Consideration will only be given to applicants who have addressed the Selection Criteria.
The AFP offers a generous remuneration and conditions package, including six weeks annual leave, leave to maintain a healthy work/life balance, and Commonwealth superannuation provisions.
The AFP is committed to recruiting from the diverse groups that make up Australian society. We believe that all Australians should have the opportunity to compete for careers in the AFP without being disadvantaged by gender, race, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, age, or other difference.
The AFP acknowledges that there is clear evidence that gender diversity in decision-making roles leads to greater transparency and improved ethical orientation. In addition, diverse teams have been shown to be smarter, more effective and linked to more innovative organisations. Women and members from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply for this recruitment round.
In support of the Government’s Closing the Gap Strategy: Indigenous Economic Participation Agreement, the AFP is aiming to increase its recruitment of Indigenous Australians, and strongly encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply for this vacancy.
Applications quoting relevant vacancy reference number must be lodged by 4pm (AEDT)Thursday,22 March 2018.
Chief IT Risk Officer – Technology & Innovation
AFP Technical Salary$149,956 - $165,598
VACANCY REFERENCE NUMBER0171/18
Technology & Innovation (T&I) are seeking suitable experienced applicants wishing to be considered for the role of Chief IT Risk Officer. This is an anticipated vacancy within the T&I Portfolio.
Over nearly 40 years the AFP has developed a history of success by rising to challenges and quickly responding to new threats to Australia and Australians. The AFP has explored, and will continue to explore, both opportunities and challenges in the current and future global environment. We have undertaken significant work to reassess the way we do business and our transformation is underway. The new normal that we are striving for is a police agency focused more on the ability to prevent and disrupt crime before it occurs. We are developing the necessary skills and capabilities to realise this goal. We continue to invest in our future through the diversification of our workforce and the modernisation of our capabilities. This position is within the Technology and Innovation portfolio. The portfolio will deliver an organisation-wide ICT capability that provides agility in a digitally connected world.
As the Chief IT Risk Officer you will work with the CIO/National Manager and the Strategic Risk team. You will sit in the first line of defence, driving operational improvements in the Technology space to meet broader strategic initiatives and provide risk consultation and advisory services to executive leaders and key strategic programs. You will be accountable for the management of ICT risks, compliance and governance activities including the continuous improvement of existing frameworks.
Your success in risk mitigation strategies will help you to identify, develop, deliver and implement a risk management strategy incorporating operating structure, corporate plan, our ministerial directive and our applicable regulatory / compliance environment. Your analytics expertise will balance risk and compliance related requirements with budgetary and business goals.
Your experience in a complex regulatory operating environment will be leveraged to develop and enhance transparency, oversight and reporting, identify and manage risks and risk management activities, assessing controls/control environments, promoting legislative and regulatory compliance, and governance activities.
Your strong leadership capabilities will inspire a risk culture through facilitating workshops on risk initiatives. Your excellent interpersonal skills will enable you to provide risk advocacy to leaders, including the development and presentation of recommendations to the leadership team in a consultative and professional manner.
Skills & Experience
• Tertiary qualification, preferably in business, commerce, law, information and communication, technology or related discipline. Postgraduate studies or MBA preferred but not essential.
• Relevant industry qualifications
The ideal candidate will possess:
• Extensive business experience
• Leadership experience in risk management
• Ability to manage multiple and competing priorities calmly and effectively
• Organised with strong communications skills
• Results and solutions orientated
• Experience leading and developing a team
Please submit a two-page response addressing the selection criteria outlined in the Role Scope.
This position requires a Negative Vetting 1 Security Clearance or the ability to obtain one.
Contact Officer: Coordinator Planning & Management, ph: (02) 6131 5008
Closing Date: 4pm (AEDT) Thursday 22 March 2018
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