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El2 Manager Government Relations And Engagement, Various Locations
POSITION DESCRIPTION EL2
Discovering threats, supporting law enforcement, protecting Australia.
Position Title: Manager, Government Relations Directorate: Deputy CEO Business Unit: Strategic Engagement Policy Location: Canberra Ongoing/non- ongoing: Ongoing Purpose of Position: This Manager, Government Relations & Engagement Engagement team through the provision of occupant of this position works directly with CEO and Senior Executive on strategic engagement activities objectives. Specifically, he/she manages the following
Board and Committee secretariat
Partner agency liaison and engagement
Ministerial and Parliamentary services
Coordination of the ACICs contribution to senior executive ACIC Capabilities
All ACIC staff are required to:
Exemplify the APS and ACIC Values
Meet security requirements
Effectively use information and
Meet work health and safety standards
UNCLASSIFIED & Engagement
Classification and Salary: EL2
$120,337 to $135 plus 15.4% superannuation & Position Number: 50004617
Team: Government Relations Engagement Reports To: National Manager, Engagement and Policy provides leadership to the Government Relations high-level analysis, strategic advice and coordination support the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commissions (ACIC) , positioning the ACIC to achieve its strategic functions: -level policy forums. communications technology ,583 per annum & Strategic & . The CEO, Deputy
Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission UNCLASSIFIED UNCLASSIFIED APS Capabilities The following APS Capabilities provide the framework for every APS role:
Shapes strategic thinking
Cultivates productive working relationships
Exemplifies personal drive and integrity
Communicates with influence Accountabilities & Responsibilities: The key accountabilities and responsibilities include:
Leading and managing a multi-disciplinary team responsible for the management of Board and Committee Secretariat functions, partner agency liaison and engagement, Ministerial and Parliamentary services and coordination of the ACICs contribution to senior executive-level policy forums.
Developing effective relationships with the Ministers Office, Attorney-Generals Department, Australian Federal Police, ACIC Board member agencies and other key internal and external stakeholders.
Coordinating and contributing to the development of advice, briefings, papers, submissions and correspondence for use in internal and external decision-making forums.
Contributing to the effectiveness of the overall management of the ACIC through participation in agency working groups, projects and activities.
Undertaking a range of activities, including administrative tasks, which support the achievement of the ACICs desired positioning with the Ministers office, Board and partner agencies and the sections objectives.
Providing direction, guidance and mentoring to teams members to effectively manage performance .
Managing allocated resources and budget expenditure in accordance with endorsed priorities and relevant financial frameworks. Selection Criteria: The following are the specific selection criteria for the role:
1. Demonstrated management experience in a complex and demanding environment.
2. Demonstrated high-level written and communication skills, and experience in quality assurance processes, to ensure that all documentation is suitable for a high-level internal and external audience.
3. High-level negotiation, liaison and representational skills, demonstrated across a range of audiences both internal and external to the organisation.
4. Demonstrated analytical and problem solving capacity and the potential to advise others in relation to issues impacting the ACIC, the CEO and/or the ACIC Board and the Office of the Minister for Justice.
5. Ability to organise and adapt to a dynamic workload, operate effectively under pressure, meet deadlines, and preserve the confidentiality of sensitive information.
6. Demonstrated capacity to work independently, think strategically and advise the CEO, Deputy CEO and the Senior Executive.
7. Commitment to work health and safety policies and procedures, APS and ACIC values, including demonstrated personal qualities of integrity, initiative, drive and adaptability, and experience in implementing sound workplace management practices.
Jeremy, (02) 6268 7152 This is a position of trust. The occupant must satisfy and abide by the ACICs security requirements, which include Australian citizenship. The occupant must also satisfy a rigorous security assessment by the Australian Government
Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission UNCLASSIFIED UNCLASSIFIED Security Vetting Agency and is required to gain and maintain an NV1 clearance. In assessing suitability for employment the ACIC conducts a pre- employment screening process. This requires the applicant to complete a pre-employment screening form for the purpose of character and background checking, and a psychological assessment.
Date Posted 8//2/017
Category Program & Project Management
Location Canberra & Act, ACT 2600
Job Type Full Time, Permanent
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