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Executive Officer » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Key Outcomes and Accountabilities The aim of this role is to: Provide confidential executive support and advice to the Executive Director in a fast paced and sensitive working environment. Acquire and apply a strong conceptual understanding of the activities and operations of the QBCC with an ability to succinctly explain operational programs and issues, and ability to analyse and identify gaps with stakeholder expectations. Gather and evaluate information to establish facts and reach new conclusions, specific to QBCC operational issues, legislation, and the building and construction industry. Analyse current and historical information to inform decisions and identify any critical gaps and maintain awareness of recent developments that may impact on the business area and acquire best practice approaches. Prepare briefings, submissions and other complex and sensitive documents to assist the Executive Director, in addressing issues affecting the QBCC and the building and construction industry. Provide advice that is rigorously considered and supported by clear rationale. Written and verbal communication skills that clearly and concisely delivers content in line with plain english principles, and ability to articulate and tailor delivery of message for relevant audience. Manage relationships with the Executive Director, other senior QBCC staff, as well as key internal and external stakeholders to facilitate agreements and negotiate outcomes. Operate with a high degree of autonomy and discretion to communicate and liaise with internal and external stakeholders in order to gather information and prepare advice. Capacity to operate and work fluently across a range of systems and tools to achieve complex tasks. Support the Regulatory Practice and Engagement division as required in delivery of functions including preparation of briefing notes, budgets and other documents. Organisation and management of divisional Board and Committee submissions, ensuring timely and correctly formatted submissions from document owners and liaison with the Office of the Chief Building Regulator during the review process. Candidate Attributes Acts proactively: Is self-directed and can decide on a course of action to achieve outcomes without instruction. Works flexibly without supervision and can effectively manage new and unexpected events and demonstrates judgement about when to escalate issues. Capacity to plan work of self and others. Able to meet flexible and demanding short-term deadlines while maintaining discipline over delivery of ongoing work. Displays rigour in analysis: Provides advice that is rigorously considered and has regard to the perspective and interests of all stakeholders, and is supported by a clear rationale for findings and recommendations. Looks beyond the obvious and persists with analysis and solutions. Strong conceptual and analytical skills with a capacity to reduce complex or ambiguous information into succinct, clear and accurate form. Makes clear and appropriate decisions. Manages internal and external relationships: Written and verbal communications are clear and concise. Models open communication and actively and attentively listens to others. Builds networks with peers and works collaboratively with others. - Reads situations quickly and sees conflicts as opportunities. Responds flexibly to change: Works to embrace and assist change. Helps to engage others in the change process. Shows resilience in times of uncertainty. To Apply: Please provide a detailed resume highlighting your working history relating to the key outcomes and accountabilities of the role. Submit a corresponding cover letter (2-page max) relating your working history to the Candidate Attributes listed in the role description. • Thu, 06 JunQueensland Government
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Chief Executive Officer | Full-time Executive » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Chief Executive Officer Full-time Executive Closes: 30 June 2024 Classification: Executive Level 4.2 Position No: E1034 Directorate: Suburban Land Agency Advertised (Gazettal date): 07 June 2024 Contact Officer: Pat Hart on pat.harthudson.com or 0439 074 391 Details: The Suburban Land Agency (SLA) is an ACT Government organisation delivering residential, commercial, and industrial developments across the Territory, creating great places where communities thrive. The Agency builds people-focused residential estates and urban renewal projects for the people of Canberra. Through smart, sustainable development, the goal is to strike a balance between social, economic, and environmental benefits for all Canberrans. Passionate about delivering innovative and sustainable land solutions, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) will embark on a journey leading the organisation at an exciting phase in its development and improving the future of the community. Responsible to an independent Board, the CEO will provide leadership to the agency focusing on accountability, collaboration, and high performance. Essential will be the management of a significant budget, staff, and implementation of the government suburban land development program across a wide array of responsibilities. This will be undertaken in an environment of high government and community expectations coupled with an obligation to maintain strict fiscal discipline. In addition, the CEO owes a duty of good conduct to the SLA Board and is responsible for building and maintaining an organisational culture reflecting the ACT Public Service Values of Respect, Integrity, Collaboration, and Innovation. The CEO is required to exercise the degree of honesty, care and diligence required to be exercised by a director of a corporation. To succeed, the role requires a person with exceptional leadership, communication, and management skills. A comprehensive understanding of, and demonstrated experience in, corporate governance, public sector accountability, community led place-making, delivery of affordable, integrity, public and community housing solutions and urban and suburban development, are prerequisites. The ability to resolve complex problems and develop a range of solutions capable of implementation is also critical. Eligibility/Other Requirements: Significant executive level experience working in strategic project delivery across the public and private sectors will be highly regarded. Tertiary qualifications in a relevant area, e.g. finance, management and/or leadership, project, or program management and/or engineering. Remuneration: The position attracts a remuneration package ranging from $449,088 - $467,111 depending on the current superannuation arrangements of the successful applicant. This includes a cash component of $400,527. Contract: The successful applicant will be engaged under a performance-based long-term contract for a period of up to five years. Prospective applicants should be aware that long-term engagements are tabled in the ACT Legislative Assembly. How to Apply: Applications must include - A maximum two-page cover letter/pitch outlining how your relevant experience aligns with the requirements and Behavioural Capabilities of the role. A curriculum vitae of no more than six pages outlining qualifications, experience, and expertise. The names and contact details of two referees who have direct and relevant experience of your work. Your application should be forwarded to ceoslaapplicationshudson.com Please advise the contact officer if you require reasonable adjustments throughout the recruitment process. SLA is committed to the accessibility of our systems. If you find accessibility limitations in our systems, please contact Shivika.Sagarhudson.com and an alternative application format will be provided to you. LI-DNI • Mon, 10 JunAustralian Capital Territory Government
Executive Officer » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO6 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/570072 Closing date 19-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Mandy Downes Contact details mandy.downesqbcc.qld.gov.au Access the National Relay Service Key Outcomes and Accountabilities The aim of this role is to: Provide confidential executive support and advice to the Executive Director in a fast paced and sensitive working environment. Acquire and apply a strong conceptual understanding of the activities and operations of the QBCC with an ability to succinctly explain operational programs and issues, and ability to analyse and identify gaps with stakeholder expectations. Gather and evaluate information to establish facts and reach new conclusions, specific to QBCC operational issues, legislation, and the building and construction industry. Analyse current and historical information to inform decisions and identify any critical gaps and maintain awareness of recent developments that may impact on the business area and acquire best practice approaches. Prepare briefings, submissions and other complex and sensitive documents to assist the Executive Director, in addressing issues affecting the QBCC and the building and construction industry. Provide advice that is rigorously considered and supported by clear rationale. Written and verbal communication skills that clearly and concisely delivers content in line with plain english principles, and ability to articulate and tailor delivery of message for relevant audience. Manage relationships with the Executive Director, other senior QBCC staff, as well as key internal and external stakeholders to facilitate agreements and negotiate outcomes. Operate with a high degree of autonomy and discretion to communicate and liaise with internal and external stakeholders in order to gather information and prepare advice. Capacity to operate and work fluently across a range of systems and tools to achieve complex tasks. Support the Regulatory Practice and Engagement division as required in delivery of functions including preparation of briefing notes, budgets and other documents. Organisation and management of divisional Board and Committee submissions, ensuring timely and correctly formatted submissions from document owners and liaison with the Office of the Chief Building Regulator during the review process. Candidate Attributes Acts proactively: Is self-directed and can decide on a course of action to achieve outcomes without instruction. Works flexibly without supervision and can effectively manage new and unexpected events and demonstrates judgement about when to escalate issues. Capacity to plan work of self and others. Able to meet flexible and demanding short-term deadlines while maintaining discipline over delivery of ongoing work. Displays rigour in analysis: Provides advice that is rigorously considered and has regard to the perspective and interests of all stakeholders, and is supported by a clear rationale for findings and recommendations. Looks beyond the obvious and persists with analysis and solutions. Strong conceptual and analytical skills with a capacity to reduce complex or ambiguous information into succinct, clear and accurate form. Makes clear and appropriate decisions. Manages internal and external relationships: Written and verbal communications are clear and concise. Models open communication and actively and attentively listens to others. Builds networks with peers and works collaboratively with others. - Reads situations quickly and sees conflicts as opportunities. Responds flexibly to change: Works to embrace and assist change. Helps to engage others in the change process. Shows resilience in times of uncertainty. To Apply: Please provide a detailed resume highlighting your working history relating to the key outcomes and accountabilities of the role. Submit a corresponding cover letter (2-page max) relating your working history to the Candidate Attributes listed in the role description. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. QBCC Information for Applicants - January 2024 (PDF, 1.05MB) Information Package for Applicants QBCC PD - AO6 Executive Officer (PDF, 252KB) Role Description • Mon, 10 JunQueensland Government
Senior Executive Officer » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO6 Workplace Location Brisbane - North Job ad reference QLD/CAB570650 Closing date 21-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Permanent full time Contact person Nikia Goldsmith Contact details 07 5433 8429 Access the National Relay Service About the role Permanent full time opportunity to provide high-level, confidential support to the Office of the Executive Director, focusing on correspondence management. It ensures timely, accurate communication, develops effective systems and training. The role fosters strong relationships with executives and stakeholders, ensuring compliance with government policies, and supports the organisation's strategic goals while maintaining high standards of sensitivity and productivity. About you Our ideal candidate will be someone who can carry out the following key accountabilities in accordance with the Metro North Health's values: Provide high-level, confidential, independent, consistent, and timely support to the Office of the Executive Director in a complex, fast-paced, and sensitive environment. Facilitate strong professional relationships with senior executives, managers and support staff within CKW and across Metro North, and key external stakeholders. Research, coordinate, and prepare correspondence, briefing papers, reports, submissions, and recommendations on complex and sensitive matters, ensuring high standards in production through quality assurance activities on behalf of the Office of the Executive Director. Liaise, negotiate, and consult with internal and external stakeholders to ensure timely completion of correspondence in accordance with agreed processes and guidelines, and oversee preparation of correspondence related to administrative, Human Resources, procurement, and other matters as required within the Office of the Executive Director. Health Equity It is expected that all Metro North Health staff, including the incumbent of this role as a valuable member of the Metro North workforce, contribute to the health equity agenda and meet the intent of supporting the defined six actions that specifically meet the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people within the National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards (NSQHS), by actively supporting the elimination of racial discrimination and institutional racism; supporting increased access to health care; influencing the social, cultural and economic determinants of health; supporting the delivery of sustainable, culturally safe and responsive health services; and recognise the importance of working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, communities and organisations to design, deliver, monitor and review the health and support services we provide. Benefits when working for us Rewarding career and development opportunities across a wide range of clinical and non-clinical areas Value driven organisation which provides a work environment that is safe, satisfying, flexible, and promotes a healthy work-life balance Flexible working arrangements and competitive salary rates with annual incremental increases Benefit from a higher than standard employer contribution to Superannuation of up to 12.75% and access to salary packaging Be part of a world-class, dynamic and growing health service that embraces technology and innovation, excellence in healthcare, quality teaching and cutting edge research. Metro North Health is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workplace for all employees. We offer unique and rewarding professional development opportunities in a safe and flexible work environment with a focus on putting our people first. You can find out more about why it's so great to work at Metro North here: https://metronorth.health.qld.gov.au/careers Job ad reference number: CAB570650 Close date: Friday, 21 June 2024 Find out about the role in more detail and how to apply in the attached Role Description. APPLICATIONS RECEIVED VIA THIRD PARTIES (RECRUITMENT AGENCIES ETC.) WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. Application Support (PDF, 860KB) Information Package for Applicants Benefits for working with MN (PDF, 1.00MB) Information Package for Applicants CAB570650 Role Description (PDF, 200KB) Role Description • Mon, 10 JunQueensland Government
Executive Officer and Executive Liaison Officer » White Gum Valley, Fremantle Area - Executive Officer and Executive Liaison Officer Division: Office of the Director General Position No: Pool Ref COM18324 Salary: Level 5, $96,307 - $105,254 pa pro rata Super - PSCSAA 2022 Work Type: Permanent - Full Time, Fixed Term - Full Time Location: Fremantle Closing Date: 2024-06-18 4:00 PM (YYYY-MM-DD) The Department of Communities brings together the services and functions of disability services, child protection and family support, housing, community initiatives and regional services reform. Communities is a nationally recognised Accredited Carer Friendly Employer through the Carers Employers program. The program defines best practice standards by creating a carer friendly workplace, enabling staff to balance work and care, while continuing to contribute to the wellbeing of individuals, families and the community. The Opportunity As an Executive Liaison Officer you will: provide Project support across one or more Projects or be responsible for the delivery of Projects deemed less complex, undertake research and draft Reports, and coordinate the preparation and conduct an initial review of correspondence, Briefings and other documentation. As an Executive Officer you will: Be responsible for facilitating the efficient management of the Office of the Director General Division for the Executive Director. The Executive Officer supports the Office of the Director General through coordination, research, financial and resource management and administrative support services to the Executive Director. The attached Form (JDF) provides more information about the position. For further information we encourage you to contact Leighton Henley, Director Executive Support on 0466 954 766. Suitable applicants will be placed in a pool from which appointments will be made for this or similar future vacancies (fixed term or permanent) that arise within the next 12 months across the Department of Communities. Join the Department of Communities You will be asked at the application stage to select the position/s you are applying for. If you are applying for both roles you only need to address the criteria for one role. Apply online by clicking the ' • Sun, 09 JunWestern Australia Government

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Executive Officer » Tennant Creek Area, Darwin Region - To provide a high level of administrative and secretarial support to the to the Senior Director and Regional School Improvement and Leadership work unit. • Sun, 09 JunNorthern Territory Government
Executive Officer » Hobart, TAS - Abel, Senior Executive and Project Officer, Office of the CITO on 03 6173 2306...., and to the Chief Information and Technology Officer, particularly in areas of budget reporting and monitoring, purchasing... • Sat, 08 JunTasmanian Government$96584 - 101313 per year
Executive Officer » Sydney, NSW - Executive Officer Employment Type: Part Time (21 -hour week) Duration: Fixed Term Role - 12 months Remuneration... in the right place. Why Your Role Matters: The Executive Officer plays an integral role within the Registrar... • Sat, 08 JunUNSW Fitness and Aquatic Centre Management$138171 - 146613 per year
Senior Executive Officer » Brisbane, QLD - Permanent full time opportunity to provide high-level, confidential support to the Office of the Executive Director... Executive Director, focusing on correspondence management. It ensures timely, accurate communication, develops effective systems... • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Executive Officer (002459) » Tasmania, Australia - Period of Appointment Permanent, Full time Hours per fortnight 73.50 Per Fortnight Duties This is a key role supporting the effective and efficient delivery of Technology and Innovation services to the Department and partner agencies. It leads a small team to provide administrative, purchasing, budget support and advice across Technology and Innovation, and to the Chief Information and Technology Officer, particularly in areas of budget reporting and monitoring, purchasing and receipt of assets. It also provides additional administrative support to the Office of the Chief Information and Technology Officer, including the preparation of reports, briefing notes, and correspondence. Essential Requirements Pre-Employment Checks The Head of the State Service has determined that a person nominated for appointment to this position is to satisfy a pre-employment check before taking up the appointment, promotion or transfer. Any relevant serious criminal offence or repeated serious offences over any period, which are not mitigated by additional information, may provide grounds for declining an application for appointment. Such offences would include, but are not limited to: Arson and fire setting; Sexual offences; Dishonesty (e.g. theft, burglary, breaking and entering, fraud); Deception (e.g. obtaining an advantage by deception); Making false declarations; Violent crimes and crimes against the person; Malicious damage and destruction to property Trafficking of narcotic substance; False alarm raising. Desirable Requirements Experience in a similar role, and/or experience in the telecommunications or information technology spheres, will be viewed favourably. Statement of Duties and Associated Documents 002459 - SOD - Executive Officer - Band 5 - Technology and Innovation.docx 002459 - SOD - Executive Officer - Band 5 - Technology and Innovation.pdf Short Form Application Guidelines for Applicants Final.DOCX Short Form Application Guidelines for Applicants Final.pdf How to Apply To apply, please provide a Short Form Application which is a 1-2 page covering letter outlining your experience, skills and knowledge as they relate to the Statement of Duties, and a copy of your current Resumé/CV. Online applications will only be accepted, please click the blue Apply now button to apply. If you experience any technical difficulties please contact (03) 6173 2135. Further Information For further information on this position, please contact Alana Abel, Senior Executive and Project Officer, Office of the CITO on 03 6173 2306. • Sat, 08 JunTasmanian Government Jobs
EL2 Executive Officer » Australia - A new role awaits The Integrity Transformation Division is seeking an EL2 Executive Officer to provide project management, support services and strategic advice to the Division and Group Senior Executive Leadership Team (ELT) and their division. The Division is responsible for the National Contact Centre and delivery of large-scale transformation programs that improve the participant experience and the integrity of the Scheme. It includes the Crack Down on Fraud (CDoF) program and supports the Senior Responsible Officer (SRO) and Program Board to deliver its objectives and milestones. People interacting with the Scheme will find it 'easier to get it right, and harder to get it wrong'. The successful candidate will be a strategic thinker, resilient and able to operate independently. You will demonstrate confidentiality, integrity and trust when dealing with sensitive personnel matters. Experience in a similar role, supporting senior executives in a federal government organisation and an understanding of obligations in relation to parliamentary processes, gateway review processes and cabinet reviews will be highly valued. Ideally, you will have a strong finance background, a working knowledge of recruitment and onboarding processes with the Australian Public Service and experience in Commonwealth procurement processes, new policy proposals and two-pass business cases. The key duties of the position include The EL2 Executive Officer undertakes a wide variety of tasks, including writing, reviewing and providing advice on briefs, ministerial correspondence, Senate Estimates and division and branch documents. They will develop an understanding of organisational, group and divisional priorities and direction and navigate the team towards that direction. Responsibilities of the role may include, but are not limited to: Provision of advice to the ELT and others within the Agency. Ensuring items for clearance are submitted on time, and process and compliance standards across key functional areas are met. Overseeing and managing the division executive budget, procurements and recruitment exercises. • Sat, 08 JunAPS
Senior Executive Officer » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - About the role Permanent full time opportunity to provide high-level, confidential support to the Office of the Executive Director, focusing on correspondence management. It ensures timely, accurate communication, develops effective systems and training. The role fosters strong relationships with executives and stakeholders, ensuring compliance with government policies, and supports the organisation's strategic goals while maintaining high standards of sensitivity and productivity. About you Our ideal candidate will be someone who can carry out the following key accountabilities in accordance with the Metro North Health's values: Provide high-level, confidential, independent, consistent, and timely support to the Office of the Executive Director in a complex, fast-paced, and sensitive environment. Facilitate strong professional relationships with senior executives, managers and support staff within CKW and across Metro North, and key external stakeholders. Research, coordinate, and prepare correspondence, briefing papers, reports, submissions, and recommendations on complex and sensitive matters, ensuring high standards in production through quality assurance activities on behalf of the Office of the Executive Director. Liaise, negotiate, and consult with internal and external stakeholders to ensure timely completion of correspondence in accordance with agreed processes and guidelines, and oversee preparation of correspondence related to administrative, Human Resources, procurement, and other matters as required within the Office of the Executive Director. Health Equity It is expected that all Metro North Health staff, including the incumbent of this role as a valuable member of the Metro North workforce, contribute to the health equity agenda and meet the intent of supporting the defined six actions that specifically meet the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people within the National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards (NSQHS), by actively supporting the elimination of racial discrimination and institutional racism; supporting increased access to health care; influencing the social, cultural and economic determinants of health; supporting the delivery of sustainable, culturally safe and responsive health services; and recognise the importance of working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, communities and organisations to design, deliver, monitor and review the health and support services we provide. Benefits when working for us Rewarding career and development opportunities across a wide range of clinical and non-clinical areas Value driven organisation which provides a work environment that is safe, satisfying, flexible, and promotes a healthy work-life balance Flexible working arrangements and competitive salary rates with annual incremental increases Benefit from a higher than standard employer contribution to Superannuation of up to 12.75% and access to salary packaging Be part of a world-class, dynamic and growing health service that embraces technology and innovation, excellence in healthcare, quality teaching and cutting edge research. Metro North Health is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workplace for all employees. We offer unique and rewarding professional development opportunities in a safe and flexible work environment with a focus on putting our people first. You can find out more about why it's so great to work at Metro North here: https://metronorth.health.qld.gov.au/careers Job ad reference number: CAB570650Close date: Friday, 21 June 2024 Find out about the role in more detail and how to apply in the attached Role Description. APPLICATIONS RECEIVED VIA THIRD PARTIES (RECRUITMENT AGENCIES ETC.) WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Executive Officer » Sydney, Sydney Region - Executive Officer Employment Type: Part Time (21 -hour week) Duration: Fixed Term Role – 12 months Remuneration: $138,171 - $146,613 - pro rata ( 17% superannuation and leave loading) Location: Kensington NSW (Hybrid Flexible Working) About UNSW: UNSW isn’t like other places you’ve worked. Yes, we’re a large organisation with a diverse and talented community; a community doing extraordinary things. Together, we are driven to be thoughtful, practical, and purposeful in all we do. Taking this combined approach is what makes our work matter. It’s the reason we’re one of the top 20 universities in the world and a member of Australia’s prestigious Group of Eight. If you want a career where you can thrive, be challenged and do meaningful work, you’re in the right place. Why Your Role Matters: The Executive Officer plays an integral role within the Registrar & Student Services Portfolio, in providing dedicated and strategic executive support to the Registrar & Director Student Services and other key stakeholders. The role provides strategic advice on appropriate governance structures to support effective decision making and ensuring activities are compliant with UNSW requirements. The Executive Officer significantly contributes to strategic and operational projects across the Registrar & Student Services portfolio, supporting the delivery of strategic goals. Who You Are: Our ideal candidate comes with vast experience providing high-quality executive support and strategic advice. They will be confident proactively influencing business planning, managing projects, and ensuring alignment with the University's overarching strategy. They will have strong interpersonal and communication skills while exercising discretion and confidentiality. • Relevant tertiary qualification with subsequent extensive relevant experience or equivalent competence gained through any combination of education, training and experience. • Experienced leader with proven skills and experience in strategic and resource planning within the higher education, goal setting and project management. • Demonstrated success designing and delivering strategies, programs and initiatives. • Excellent consultation, influencing and negotiation skills and proven ability to engage effectively with diverse internal and external stakeholders. • Superior written and verbal communication skills, with a high level of attention to detail for deliverables produced. • High level organisational skills with proven ability to deal with multiple tasks, establish priorities and meet deadlines. • Advanced level of computer literacy, working with a range of computer systems and applications, including Microsoft 365 and Visio. • An understanding of and commitment to UNSW’s aims, objectives and values in action, together with relevant policies and guidelines. • Knowledge of health & safety (psychosocial and physical) responsibilities and commitment to attending relevant health and safety training. How to Apply: Please submit your CV and a Cover Letter addressing the Selection Criteria (Who you are above) Applications close: Thursday 20 June - Before 11:55pm Get in Touch: Georgia Kelso Talent Acquisition Coordinator g.kelsounsw.edu.au UNSW is committed to equity diversity and inclusion. Applications from women, people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, those living with disabilities, members of the LGBTIQ community; and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, are encouraged. UNSW provides workplace adjustments for people with disability, and access to flexible work options for eligible staff. The University reserves the right not to proceed with any appointment. • Sat, 08 JunUniversity of New South Wales
Principal Executive Officer » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO7 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/569350/24 Closing date 18-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Paul Hart Contact details Phone: 3364 6977 Access the National Relay Service The Commissioner's Office manages the day-to-day administrative commitments and correspondence of the Commissioner. As the Chief Executive Officer of the Queensland Police Service, the Commissioner represents the organisation at local, community, state, national and international forums as well as ceremonial functions. The Commissioner's Office provides direct support to the Commissioner and ensures efficiency in the Commissioner's functional role. The Principal Executive Officer to the Commissioner provides high level professional secretarial services including managing the Commissioner's diary and appointment management, call screening and correspondence handling. The Principal Executive Officer composes and prepares timely and accurate reports, briefings, ministerial and other high level correspondence including supporting material for speeches and presentations. They also organise and coordinate meetings, conferences, ceremonies and other executive events ensuring supporting documentation, agenda papers and reports are available. The Principal Executive Officer also oversees the Commissioner's Office administrative officer's. Your key accountabilities The core capability requirements for this role are: Provide confidential support and advice to the Commissioner on strategic and operational issues in a fast-paced and complex working environment. Lead and develop the executive administration team, providing advice, coaching and guidance on a broad range of matters impacting the operation of the Office of the Commissioner. Provide high quality, well researched advice to the Commissioner and the executive leadership members on matters impacting office operations. Review and provide recommendations to the Commissioner on a broad range of parliamentary matters and executive response correspondence. Establish and maintain high level partnerships with internal and external stakeholders on behalf of the Commissioner to improve business practices and service delivery of the Office of the Commissioner. Deliver secretariat support for SLT meetings, by drafting agendas, coordinating the collation and distribution of SLT meeting packs and recording and following up action items. Collaborate with the Commissioner on diary commitments, to ensure the Commissioner is briefed well in advance and provided time to review materials required for internal and external meetings, speeches and special events. Provide well researched advice to the Commissioner on international/foreign affairs issues including forward planning for domestic and overseas engagements. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 569350 24 - Role Description (Word, 5.07MB) 569350 24 - Applicant Guide (Word, 143KB) • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Executive Officer » Darwin Region, Northern Territory - Provide the Deputy Chief Executive Officer Business and Workforce with high quality project and executive support, as well as corporate assistance. • Sat, 08 JunNorthern Territory Government
Chief Executive Officer - Suburban Land Agency » Australia - and sustainable land solutions, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) will embark on a journey leading the organisation at an exciting... is also critical. Significant executive level experience working in strategic project delivery across the public and private sectors... • Fri, 07 JunHudson
School Executive Support Officer » Wagga Wagga, NSW - As a School Executive Support Officer (SESO) within School of Agricultural, Environmental and Veterinary Sciences (SAEVS.... As a School Executive Support Officer, you will also provide support to other areas of the Faculty as required. The... • Fri, 07 JunCharles Sturt University$77142 - 84218 per year
Chief Executive Officer, Magistrates' Court of Victoria (MCV) » Melbourne, VIC - Chief Executive Officer The Magistrates' Court Of Victoria The Magistrates' Court of Victoria is a key part of the... leadership to over 150 Judicial Officers. Supporting the Chief Magistrate is the Chief Executive Officer and almost 1200... • Fri, 07 JunState Government of Victoria
EL2 Executive Officer » Australia - is seeking an EL2 Executive Officer to provide project management, support services and strategic advice to the Division..., and harder to get it wrong’. Where you can add value The EL2 Executive Officer undertakes a wide variety of tasks, including... • Fri, 07 JunNational Disability Insurance Agency$136863 - 155386 per year
Executive Support Officer » Brisbane, QLD - opportunities and economic growth. The Executive Support Officer serves as a vital member of the Office of the CEO, providing..., calendar management, and other duties essential to the efficient operation of the CEO’s office. The Executive Support Officer... • Fri, 07 JunDean & Ling Executive
Chief Executive Officer » Australia - do not have a family member or friends to help. About You The organisation is looking for a current CEO or a seasoned senior executive... services organisations to help them expand, adapt and develop so that they can continue to create social value. Our Executive... • Fri, 07 JunANSON Management Consulting
Executive Officer » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - The Executive Officer is able to demonstrate strong leadership and organisational change management abilities, sound judgement, flexibility to effectively operate in a variable, multi-task environment, high-quality written and verbal communication skills and a high degree of responsiveness to urgent requests. The Executive Officer will work directly to a senior SES manager to support the effective operation of the business area and is required to work closely with Secretary, Deputy Secretary, members of the Executive and Senior Leadership Group and departmental staff to generate, coordinate and prioritise competing tasks with limited timeframes. The Executive Officer requires an ability to think strategically, develop productive working relationships across the Divisions, the Department and with external stakeholders, have a client focussed approach, high attention to detail and an ability to operate in a fast-paced environment. Due to operational needs this role is full time and predominantly office based. The key duties of the position include Provide high level executive support to a senior SES manager to ensure divisional deliverables an input are provided on time, to a high quality and with the required engagement and work area input. Coordinate the executive deliverables of the branch through engagement with Assistant Secretaries in the division and other business areas, including working closely and productively with other Executive Officers and Executive Assistants Preparation of briefing material to support the First Assistant Secretary and other members of the Executive as required, including talking points, presentations, briefing papers and ministerial correspondence. Manage the review and workflow of briefing material and other submissions through Microsoft Outlook and PDMS. Occupants may be required to hold and maintain an NV1 security clearance to access the departments secure network system (fortress and Cabnet) as well as handling other protected information. Coordinate the division's input to key departmental deliverables including but not limited to budget, financial reporting, workforce management, annual report, corporate and business plans, internal audit, risk management and security management Undertaken secretariat or other record taking activities including the recording and tracking of action items for the division Undertake other work activities, and develop and implement work processes as required. • Fri, 07 JunAPS
Chief Executive Officer (Director) - South West Development Commission » Western Australia - Chief Executive Officer (titled Director) provides inspiring and empowering leadership to the Commission, creates...: Job related enquiries: We encourage you to contact Nick Verkerk, General Manager and Executive Director, Beilby Downing Teal... • Thu, 06 Jun
Chief Executive Officer » Bankstown, NSW - , and education. This reputable charity is looking to recruit a dynamic and visionary Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to take them.... Role: Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Type: Permanent Salary: $250,000 - $300,000 + Super Location: South Western Sydney... • Thu, 06 JunChandler Macleod
APS 4 Executive Assistant/Finance Officer » Canberra, ACT - Location: Canberra, ACT Salary Range: $79,764 - $85,074 + Attractive Superannuation Contact Officer: Wayne Perry... an Executive Assistant (EA) to provide support to the Assistant Secretary and the HPAA. The position will be dual rolled in... • Thu, 06 JunDepartment of Veterans' Affairs$79764 - 85074 per year
ASO4 Executive Support Officer » Adelaide, SA - . About the Role: As the Executive Support Officer, you will provide diary and inbox management, general administration... to achieve timely and successful outcomes for the directorate. The Executive Support Officer also provides a courteous... • Thu, 06 JunGovernment of South Australia$75430 - 79070 per year
School Executive Support Officer » Wagga Wagga, NSW - ) Wagga Wagga As a School Executive Support Officer (SESO) within School of Agricultural, Environmental and Veterinary...'s administrative functions. As a School Executive Support Officer, you will also provide support to other areas of the Faculty... • Thu, 06 JunCharles Sturt University$77142 - 84218 per year
EL1 Executive Officer » Canberra, ACT - [email protected] The Executive Officer is able to demonstrate strong leadership and organisational change... written and verbal communication skills and a high degree of responsiveness to urgent requests. The Executive Officer... • Thu, 06 JunDepartment of Veterans' Affairs$122949 - 135013 per year
Executive Officer » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Key Outcomes and Accountabilities The aim of this role is to: Provide confidential executive support and advice to the Executive Director in a fast paced and sensitive working environment. Acquire and apply a strong conceptual understanding of the activities and operations of the QBCC with an ability to succinctly explain operational programs and issues, and ability to analyse and identify gaps with stakeholder expectations. Gather and evaluate information to establish facts and reach new conclusions, specific to QBCC operational issues, legislation, and the building and construction industry. Analyse current and historical information to inform decisions and identify any critical gaps and maintain awareness of recent developments that may impact on the business area and acquire best practice approaches. Prepare briefings, submissions and other complex and sensitive documents to assist the Executive Director, in addressing issues affecting the QBCC and the building and construction industry. Provide advice that is rigorously considered and supported by clear rationale. Written and verbal communication skills that clearly and concisely delivers content in line with plain english principles, and ability to articulate and tailor delivery of message for relevant audience. Manage relationships with the Executive Director, other senior QBCC staff, as well as key internal and external stakeholders to facilitate agreements and negotiate outcomes. Operate with a high degree of autonomy and discretion to communicate and liaise with internal and external stakeholders in order to gather information and prepare advice. Capacity to operate and work fluently across a range of systems and tools to achieve complex tasks. Support the Regulatory Practice and Engagement division as required in delivery of functions including preparation of briefing notes, budgets and other documents. Organisation and management of divisional Board and Committee submissions, ensuring timely and correctly formatted submissions from document owners and liaison with the Office of the Chief Building Regulator during the review process. Candidate Attributes Acts proactively: Is self-directed and can decide on a course of action to achieve outcomes without instruction. Works flexibly without supervision and can effectively manage new and unexpected events and demonstrates judgement about when to escalate issues. Capacity to plan work of self and others. Able to meet flexible and demanding short-term deadlines while maintaining discipline over delivery of ongoing work. Displays rigour in analysis: Provides advice that is rigorously considered and has regard to the perspective and interests of all stakeholders, and is supported by a clear rationale for findings and recommendations. Looks beyond the obvious and persists with analysis and solutions. Strong conceptual and analytical skills with a capacity to reduce complex or ambiguous information into succinct, clear and accurate form. Makes clear and appropriate decisions. Manages internal and external relationships: Written and verbal communications are clear and concise. Models open communication and actively and attentively listens to others. Builds networks with peers and works collaboratively with others. - Reads situations quickly and sees conflicts as opportunities. Responds flexibly to change: Works to embrace and assist change. Helps to engage others in the change process. Shows resilience in times of uncertainty. To Apply: Please provide a detailed resume highlighting your working history relating to the key outcomes and accountabilities of the role. Submit a corresponding cover letter (2-page max) relating your working history to the Candidate Attributes listed in the role description. • Thu, 06 JunQueensland Government
Executive Officer - EL2 » The Rocks, Sydney - Various teams Brisbane CBD,Canberra,Melbourne CBD,Sydney CBD Ongoing/non-ongoing, full-time/part-time, $145,264 - $173,031 15.4% super We are seeking accomplished Executive Officers with exceptional leadership and relationship management skills, and a flair for communication to join our organisation. This is an exciting opportunity to provide strategic, professional advice and support to our senior executive staff. As an Executive Officer, you'll exercise a significant degree of independence, leading and managing change, as well as taking an active role in the implementation of the ATO's strategic direction. You'll develop and implement agency strategies and devise solutions to complex policy or operational problems, whilst managing risk appropriately. You will build and sustain networks and relationships with a broad range of business partners, including senior executives, government agencies, industry representatives or Minister's offices, while promoting ATO objectives and communicating our strategic vision and direction. These roles may be offered on an ongoing or non-ongoing basis in Brisbane CBD, Canberra, Melbourne CBD or Sydney CBD. We embrace the strength of diversity - through our people and the experiences they bring with them. We provide reasonable accommodation to support candidates with disability participate in our recruitment processes and encourage people with disability and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to apply. What we look for and how to apply provides more information about us and our work environment. Candidate information kit (PDF, 289KB) Opens in new window Candidate information kit (docx, 611KB) Opens in new window • Thu, 06 JunAustralian Taxation Office
Executive Officer - EL2 » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Various teams Brisbane CBD,Canberra,Melbourne CBD,Sydney CBD Ongoing/non-ongoing, full-time/part-time, $145,264 - $173,031 15.4% super We are seeking accomplished Executive Officers with exceptional leadership and relationship management skills, and a flair for communication to join our organisation. This is an exciting opportunity to provide strategic, professional advice and support to our senior executive staff. As an Executive Officer, you'll exercise a significant degree of independence, leading and managing change, as well as taking an active role in the implementation of the ATO's strategic direction. You'll develop and implement agency strategies and devise solutions to complex policy or operational problems, whilst managing risk appropriately. You will build and sustain networks and relationships with a broad range of business partners, including senior executives, government agencies, industry representatives or Minister's offices, while promoting ATO objectives and communicating our strategic vision and direction. These roles may be offered on an ongoing or non-ongoing basis in Brisbane CBD, Canberra, Melbourne CBD or Sydney CBD. We embrace the strength of diversity - through our people and the experiences they bring with them. We provide reasonable accommodation to support candidates with disability participate in our recruitment processes and encourage people with disability and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to apply. What we look for and how to apply provides more information about us and our work environment. Candidate information kit (PDF, 289KB) Opens in new window Candidate information kit (docx, 611KB) Opens in new window • Thu, 06 JunAustralian Taxation Office
Executive Officer - EL2 » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Various teams Brisbane CBD,Canberra,Melbourne CBD,Sydney CBD Ongoing/non-ongoing, full-time/part-time, $145,264 - $173,031 15.4% super We are seeking accomplished Executive Officers with exceptional leadership and relationship management skills, and a flair for communication to join our organisation. This is an exciting opportunity to provide strategic, professional advice and support to our senior executive staff. As an Executive Officer, you'll exercise a significant degree of independence, leading and managing change, as well as taking an active role in the implementation of the ATO's strategic direction. You'll develop and implement agency strategies and devise solutions to complex policy or operational problems, whilst managing risk appropriately. You will build and sustain networks and relationships with a broad range of business partners, including senior executives, government agencies, industry representatives or Minister's offices, while promoting ATO objectives and communicating our strategic vision and direction. These roles may be offered on an ongoing or non-ongoing basis in Brisbane CBD, Canberra, Melbourne CBD or Sydney CBD. We embrace the strength of diversity - through our people and the experiences they bring with them. We provide reasonable accommodation to support candidates with disability participate in our recruitment processes and encourage people with disability and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to apply. What we look for and how to apply provides more information about us and our work environment. Candidate information kit (PDF, 289KB) Opens in new window Candidate information kit (docx, 611KB) Opens in new window • Thu, 06 JunAustralian Taxation Office
Executive Officer - EL2 » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Various teams Brisbane CBD,Canberra,Melbourne CBD,Sydney CBD Ongoing/non-ongoing, full-time/part-time, $145,264 - $173,031 15.4% super We are seeking accomplished Executive Officers with exceptional leadership and relationship management skills, and a flair for communication to join our organisation. This is an exciting opportunity to provide strategic, professional advice and support to our senior executive staff. As an Executive Officer, you'll exercise a significant degree of independence, leading and managing change, as well as taking an active role in the implementation of the ATO's strategic direction. You'll develop and implement agency strategies and devise solutions to complex policy or operational problems, whilst managing risk appropriately. You will build and sustain networks and relationships with a broad range of business partners, including senior executives, government agencies, industry representatives or Minister's offices, while promoting ATO objectives and communicating our strategic vision and direction. These roles may be offered on an ongoing or non-ongoing basis in Brisbane CBD, Canberra, Melbourne CBD or Sydney CBD. We embrace the strength of diversity - through our people and the experiences they bring with them. We provide reasonable accommodation to support candidates with disability participate in our recruitment processes and encourage people with disability and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to apply. What we look for and how to apply provides more information about us and our work environment. Candidate information kit (PDF, 289KB) Opens in new window Candidate information kit (docx, 611KB) Opens in new window • Thu, 06 JunAustralian Taxation Office
Chief Executive Officer » Perth, WA - ancestors of the Yinhawangka people and is supported by Independent Directors, seeking a Chief Executive Officer who aligns... with the organisation’s vision, values, and ambitious goals. THE ROLE Reporting to the Board, the Chief Executive Officer... • Wed, 05 Jun
Business Manager/Executive Officer » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Getting to know the PSR An opportunity exists to join the Professional Services Review (PSR), a regulatory agency within the Health portfolio whose work protects the integrity of Medicare, Dental Benefits, and the Pharmaceutical Benefit Scheme (PBS). We seek team-oriented candidates with strong technical and organisational skills and adaptability to work in the Corporate Support Unit in a small and busy agency. Our ideal candidate The Business Manager/Executive Officer will work autonomously but also collaboratively across the agency, demonstrating flexibility and adaptability to contribute to the outcomes of the PSR and must establish and maintain collaborative working relationships with staff and key stakeholders. The successful candidate will display strong personal accountability, manage complex stakeholder relationships, be agile and adaptable, and effectively deal with ambiguity and change. To succeed well in the role you will perform well under pressure, manage competing priorities, meet deadlines, and contribute to team goals and resources. The key duties of the position include Role responsibilities The Business Manager/Executive Officer (EL1) will lead a small team overseeing the delivery of executive support, secretariat services and other governance services to the Agency Head, PSR and external committees. As Business Manager/Executive Officer you will have the opportunity to: contribute to maintaining the integrity of the Medicare, Pharmaceutical and Child Dental Benefit Scheme systems support the Agency Head and executive management team with day-to-day operations of the agency and ensure risks are managed and work undertaken in accordance with agreed priorities and requirements lead and build the team providing office management and support, communications, travel and governance services, including by identifying opportunities to enhance team performance in an environment of collaboration, continuous improvement, and change manage PSR's ministerial and parliamentary functions, including and coordination and submission of all ministerial documents on behalf of the agency manage statutory appointment processes including consulting with key stakeholders coordinate and provide guidance for all parliamentary processes, for example, Senate Estimates manage and review the provision of high-level information, communication and correspondence including briefings, reports, submissions and notes to ensure completeness, accuracy, and timeliness of written information provide high-level secretariat support to PSR and external committees, including the management, coordination and preparation of agenda and papers, and recording meeting outcomes engage and provide high level guidance to staff in PSR and be a conduit for work being presented to the executive management team coordinate PSR's strategic planning and reporting processes and update relevant documents (business planning, risk workshops, Corporate Plan, Annual Report) in accordance with government policies and frameworks assist in coordinating and resolving enquiries referred to PSR. • Wed, 05 JunAPS
Principal Executive Officer » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - The Commissioner's Office manages the day-to-day administrative commitments and correspondence of the Commissioner. As the Chief Executive Officer of the Queensland Police Service, the Commissioner represents the organisation at local, community, state, national and international forums as well as ceremonial functions. The Commissioner's Office provides direct support to the Commissioner and ensures efficiency in the Commissioner's functional role. The Principal Executive Officer to the Commissioner provides high level professional secretarial services including managing the Commissioner's diary and appointment management, call screening and correspondence handling. The Principal Executive Officer composes and prepares timely and accurate reports, briefings, ministerial and other high level correspondence including supporting material for speeches and presentations. They also organise and coordinate meetings, conferences, ceremonies and other executive events ensuring supporting documentation, agenda papers and reports are available. The Principal Executive Officer also oversees the Commissioner's Office administrative officer's. Your key accountabilities The core capability requirements for this role are: - Provide confidential support and advice to the Commissioner on strategic and operational issues in a fast-paced and complex working environment.- Lead and develop the executive administration team, providing advice, coaching and guidance on a broad range of matters impacting the operation of the Office of the Commissioner.- Provide high quality, well researched advice to the Commissioner and the executive leadership members on matters impacting office operations.- Review and provide recommendations to the Commissioner on a broad range of parliamentary matters and executive response correspondence.- Establish and maintain high level partnerships with internal and external stakeholders on behalf of the Commissioner to improve business practices and service delivery of the Office of the Commissioner.- Deliver secretariat support for SLT meetings, by drafting agendas, coordinating the collation and distribution of SLT meeting packs and recording and following up action items.- Collaborate with the Commissioner on diary commitments, to ensure the Commissioner is briefed well in advance and provided time to review materials required for internal and external meetings, speeches and special events.- Provide well researched advice to the Commissioner on international/foreign affairs issues including forward planning for domestic and overseas engagements. Applications to remain current for 12 months. • Wed, 05 JunQueensland Government
Chief Executive Officer » Darwin Region, Northern Territory - To ensure Jacana Energy creates and maintains business value while focused on delivering customer oriented, reliable and cost-effective electricity supply in a contestable market. The position has the authority to take any reasonable actions to achieve the position’s objectives consistent with delegations from the Board. The key indicators for success include customer and shareholder satisfaction, sustainable financial performance and operational effectiveness whilst positioning the retailer as a provider of choice and a community minded organisation. An Executive contract of up to 4 years may be offered. • Wed, 05 JunNorthern Territory Government
Executive Officer and Executive Liaison Officer » Fremantle, WA - and the community. The Opportunity As an Executive Liaison Officer you will: provide Project support... for the Executive Director. The Executive Officer supports the Office of the Director General through coordination, research... • Tue, 04 JunGovernment of Western Australia$96307 - 105254 per year
Integrity Executive - Risk and Compliance Officer (Level 6) » East Perth, WA - We have a 6 month contract through Integrity Executive for a Risk and Compliance Officer (Level 6) with a state... to be skilled at risks management, including running risk workshops with Executive and staff, and refining and implementing the Risk... • Tue, 04 JunIntegrity Staffing$70.48 per hour
Executive Officer » Australia - The key duties of the position include We are seeking accomplished Executive Officers with exceptional leadership and relationship management skills, and a flair for communication to join our organisation. This is an exciting opportunity to provide strategic, professional advice and support to our senior executive staff. As an Executive Officer, you'll exercise a significant degree of independence, leading and managing change, as well as taking an active role in the implementation of the ATO's strategic direction. You'll develop and implement agency strategies and devise solutions to complex policy or operational problems, whilst managing risk appropriately. You will build and sustain networks and relationships with a broad range of business partners, including senior executives, government agencies, industry representatives or Minister's offices, while promoting ATO objectives and communicating our strategic vision and direction. These roles may be offered on an ongoing or non-ongoing basis in Brisbane CBD, Canberra, Melbourne CBD or Sydney CBD. We embrace the strength of diversity - through our people and the experiences they bring with them. We provide reasonable accommodation to support candidates with disability participate in our recruitment processes and encourage people with disability and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to apply. What we look for and how to apply provides more information about us and our work environment. • Tue, 04 JunAPS
Group Chief Executive Officer » Brisbane, QLD - , as Group Chief Executive Officer you will lead the transformation of the group to deliver commercial, strategic and operational... Phillips of Dean & Ling Executive on 07 3211 1018. Alternatively, submit your application via the Apply button or visit... • Mon, 03 JunDean & Ling Executive
Executive Officer - EL2 » Australia - and support to our senior executive staff. As an Executive Officer, you’ll exercise a significant degree of independence..., $145,264 - $173,031 + 15.4% super We are seeking accomplished Executive Officers with exceptional leadership and relationship management skills... • Mon, 03 JunAustralian Taxation Office$145264 - 173031 per year
Group Chief Executive Officer » Australia - Peak Services and Local Buy were created by the Local Government Association of Queensland (LGAQ) to provide professional services and products that local governments need, delivered by an expert team that knows and understands the sector well. Peak Services and Local Buy are commercial profit-for-purpose subsidiaries of the LGAQ and employ approximately 110 staff. Peak Services provides a range of specialist consultancy services including recruitment, training, legal and workforce services and also operates a 24/7 call centre. Local Buy helps meet legislative, reputation and compliance need for clients and simplifies the procurement process by connecting organisations with pre-qualified local Queensland suppliers. Formed in 1896, the LGAQ is one of the oldest and most stable peak organisations in Australia and is renowned for its innovative and ground-breaking work in a sector that today employs more than 400,000 Queenslanders. Reporting to an Independent Board, as Group Chief Executive Officer you will lead the transformation of the group to deliver commercial, strategic and operational objectives to achieve growth and success. Key responsibilities: Lead the development, approval and implementation of strategic and operational plans that reflect strategic and commercial priorities and targets set by the Board Lead cohesive and high performing leadership and business teams and role model effective leadership behaviours Successfully manage financial performance across the group Report to the Board on the progress of strategies and plans, business risks, financial performance and matters which may have a material impact on the organisation’s activities or well being Build and maintain productive relationships with a diverse range of clients and industry stakeholders Monitor the external environment to identify emerging opportunities and lead the development of commercial solutions to address market needs Represent the business through the media, industry groups and stakeholder forums Identify and mitigate risks that may adversely impact business performance or reputation To be successful in this role you will be experienced in leading significant business change, building cohesive teams and leading the delivery of professional services in a commercial environment, with a proven ability to grow the business and shareholder returns. You will need to demonstrate outstanding stakeholder engagement skills, with the ability to build strong, productive and collaborative relationships. You will have proven analytical capacity and decisiveness, with experience in developing entrepreneurial and innovative approaches to the development of strategies, plans and projects. You must possess outstanding integrity and professionalism, exceptional communication skills with high levels of emotional intelligence. Knowledge of the local government environment is highly desirable. For a strictly confidential discussion, please contact Mark Phillips of Dean & Ling Executive on 07 3211 1018. Alternatively, submit your application via the Apply button or visit www.deanling.com.au or email mphillipsdeanling.com.au • Mon, 03 Jun
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Chief Executive Officer » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Innovative and growing multi-state Child services provider. CEO position pivotal for strategic goals, stakeholder engagement, budgeting and growth. The AHP Healthcare team are proud to be assisting with an established Child Safety provider with a presence in multiple states across Australia. The available CEO opportunity is seeking an experienced candidate with the drive and passion to join their innovative and growing team. You would be representing this organisation to a high standard, continuing the long standing, successful partnerships with a range of stakeholders as well as introducing new clients to the brand and assisting with operational duties A passion within Child Safety is a must with enthusiasm to ultimately ensure valued clients with complex needs, including child protection and disabilities are supported in crisis situations. You will be leading a team of dedicated professionals work together to provide high quality, personalised care to clients and healthcare professionals alike. About You: We're looking for a driven candidate with knowledge of the Child Services processes who can add value to the team. High energy, committed, great work ethic and the ability to have fun while you work in a team environment. For this role, we need you to have previous acting CEO or high level management background within Child Services. Skills & Experience: Must have knowledge or experience in Child Safety Substancial management experience for a relevant organisation Strong commercial acumen and negotiation skills Exceptional communication skills Excellent time management skills with the ability to manage multiple projects Apply Now for this exciting opportunity to Eugene Thomas at Australian Health Professionals (AHP) P: 0437188189 E: eugeneaushp.com.au This Particular Position Not For You? Contact for further also as Australian Health Professionals (AHP) has established relationships throughout Australia with exciting opportunities always available to be filled for the right candidate • Sun, 02 JunAustralian Health Professionals
Research Ethics Executive Officer » Australia - Ethics Executive Officer and become a vital part of our dynamic team. This role provides crucial research administration... • Sat, 01 Jun
Executive Support Officer » Woollahra, NSW - This role Reporting to the Senior Executive Support Officer, will provide internal customer support across the... and/or other goods (as required). * Provide back-up chauffeur service to the Executive team members and undertake regular deliveries... • Sat, 01 JunChandler Macleod
Chief Executive Officer » City, North Canberra - Meridian is a high performing and deeply respected organisation. They are now seeking a new CEO to help take them on the next phase of their journey. Client Details Meridian is a high performing and deeply respected organisation. They provide services to the LGBTIQA community, as well as sex workers, people living with HIV, into aged care and with drug and alcohol programs. They have a proud history and heritage around HIV/AIDS support, volunteering and have been a flagship for activism in and around the Canberra region for over 40 years. They continue to refine their strategy to meet new diverse needs including transgender, aged care navigation and the constant community sector challenge around funding. They are now seeking a new CEO to help take them on the next phase of their journey. Description As an organisation Meridian has grown and diversified, re-branded and evolved and management of new avenues of service will be key. The incoming CEO will need to be across new service delivery models, including primary health, aged care, sexual health testing, public health and development of fee for service training and education. Change management from quality leadership will be critical in navigating the future for Meridian. This is a role for someone to manage with risk, develop and implement high quality governance and engage with and advocate to the highest levels of the ACT government on behalf of a diverse community and membership. Profile We are seeking an experienced leader, with an unwavering commitment to community, someone passionate about health and wellbeing outcomes. You will need to bring savvy to innovate, diversify funding, develop quality and grow collaborative relationships across the sector. The CEO will be expected to hold trusted and transparent relationships and work collaboratively with the Board. Externally relationships with Meridian's stakeholders, partners and peers organisations throughout the sector are critical to success. Job Offer Whilst there has been significant progress in their advocated sectors over the last 40 years, much more needs to be done as stigma and discrimination continue to have adverse and negative effects on the wellbeing of the communities they serve. This is your chance to lead and take Meridian forward, flying the flag for progressive change and delivering growth under a new vision. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Jim Roy 0419 596 959 or jimroypageexecutive.com • Sat, 01 JunPEAU Page Executive
Senior Executive Officer » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO6 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/568279/24 Closing date 12-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Until 31 May 2025 possibility of extension Contact person Robyn Zahnow Contact details Phone: 0499 789 659 Access the National Relay Service The Women's Safety, and Victims and Community Support Division engages more than 400 staff across 4 diverse branches, including Community Justice Services, Investment and Commissioning, Women's Safety and Violence Prevention, and Victim Assist Queensland. Your key responsibilities will be: Provide timely advice, guidance, information, and assistance on strategic and operational business matters. Prepare and quality assure correspondence, submissions, proposals, and initiatives requiring coordinated responses and contribute where appropriate or as directed. Coordinate and contribute to key activities including business planning, projects, and internal/external reporting requirements to ensure that they are timely and of a high standard. Provide effective communication and liaison services on behalf of the Office of the Deputy Director-General to a wide range of organisations, agencies, offices, and individuals. Establish and maintain effective working relationships and linkages with key stakeholders including the Minister's Office, senior management, and staff. Review, analyse and influence current internal processes and systems to ensure continuous improvement of strategic, operational and governance mechanisms. If you are up to a challenging role in a fast-paced division, the ideal applicant will be able to: Ability to provide high quality advice, assistance, and confidential executive support to the Deputy Director-General, by coordinating ministerial and executive correspondence. Coordinate the distribution, tracking and flow of briefings and correspondence, in consultation with divisional officers, to successfully finalise competing priorities. Manage a busy mailbox and prioritise workload to meet ministerial timeframes. A strong customer focus, have excellent communication skills, be highly motivated and focused on tracking and delivering on outcomes. Completes workload within established timeframes and adjusts priorities quickly as circumstances dictate. Prioritises and completes work on multiple projects simultaneously. Performs well in a fast-paced environment with frequent interruptions and/or distractions. Writes concise, logical, and grammatically correct responses to Ministerial and Departmental correspondence. Maintains an optimistic outlook and fosters a workplace culture where all individuals share a personal responsibility for promoting the physical and psychological health and safety of others. Contributes to workplace equity, diversity, respect, and inclusion that enriches our culture of respect and inclusion. Applications will remain current for 12 months. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 568279 24 Role Description (Word, 334KB) Role Description • Sat, 01 JunQueensland Government
Senior Executive Officer » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO6 Workplace Location Brisbane - North Job ad reference QLD/567517/24 Closing date 10-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Tony Wulff Contact details Mobile: 0404 863 772 Access the National Relay Service Your key accountabilities The core capability requirements for this role are: Monitor, research, analyse and provide advice on the development and implementation of strategic and operational performance to enable continuous organisational improvement, including managing outcomes Research, develop, implement and evaluate appropriate strategies, plans, policies and procedures that support corporate and operational activities towards organisational development and to effectively meet day-to-day service delivery demands. Compose, critically review and edit ministerial correspondence, briefing notes, submissions and other documentation for approval by the Executive Director. Coordinate the flow of correspondence and documents, from internal and external stakeholders at all levels, to meet necessary deadlines Work proactively and collaboratively with team members to maximise the efficiency and effectiveness of systems, procedures and workflows operating within the office of the Executive Director. Where required, plan, coordinate, undertake and evaluate organisational improvement activities including staff performance, development and resources Prepare reports and present submissions on behalf of the Executive Director on performance management, organisational improvement, and community engagement strategies. Support the Executive Director to meet management responsibilities associated with their portfolio. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 567517 24 - Role Description (Word, 5.43MB) 567517 24 - Applicant Guide (Word, 226KB) • Sat, 01 JunQueensland Government
Senior Executive Office Assistant » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO4 Workplace Location Brisbane - North Job ad reference QLD/RBH567833 Closing date 10-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Permanent Full Time Contact person Sarah Black Contact details (07) 3646 1585 Access the National Relay Service About the role Permanent flexible full time opportunity. Provide high quality executive administrative support within the Senior Executive Office, including primary administrative support to the Deputy Executive Director RBWH, as well as other administrative roles essential to effective strategic and operational leadership in a complex environment. Operating within a high performance executive support team with a high degree of independence, confidentiality and efficiency, this position is required to prioritise, organise and monitor administrative operations to assist with organisational goals and objectives being achieved. About you Our ideal candidate will be someone who can carry out the following key accountabilities in accordance with the Metro North Health's values: Support the Deputy Executive Director RBWH by providing high level efficient, professional and confidential executive administrative support services, including diary and email management. Provide secretariat support to a number of high level/sensitive meetings by preparing and coordinating agendas and circulating meeting minutes and follow up of action items. Assist the Senior Executive Support Officer with monitoring and distribution of correspondence, briefing notes and other documentation as required to ensure deadlines are met. Demonstrate high level of data accuracy and attention to detail and the ability to prepare and present quality written material. Support the Performance and Implementation Office with ad-hoc duties as delegated by or agreed with the Senior Executive Support Manager as required. Health Equity It is expected that all Metro North Health staff, including the incumbent of this role as a valuable member of the Metro North workforce, contribute to the health equity agenda and meet the intent of supporting the defined six actions that specifically meet the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people within the National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards (NSQHS), by actively supporting the elimination of racial discrimination and institutional racism; supporting increased access to health care; influencing the social, cultural and economic determinants of health; supporting the delivery of sustainable, culturally safe and responsive health services; and recognise the importance of working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, communities and organisations to design, deliver, monitor and review the health and support services we provide. Benefits when working for us Rewarding career and development opportunities across a wide range of clinical and non-clinical areas Value driven organisation which provides a work environment that is safe, satisfying, flexible, and promotes a healthy work-life balance Flexible working arrangements and competitive salary rates with annual incremental increases Benefit from a higher than standard employer contribution to Superannuation of up to 12.75% and access to salary packaging Be part of a world-class, dynamic and growing health service that embraces technology and innovation, excellence in healthcare, quality teaching and cutting edge research. Metro North Health is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workplace for all employees. We offer unique and rewarding professional development opportunities in a safe and flexible work environment with a focus on putting our people first. You can find out more about why it's so great to work at Metro North here: https://metronorth.health.qld.gov.au/careers Job ad reference number:RBH567833 Close date: Monday 10th June 2024 Find out about the role in more detail and how to apply in the attached Role Description. APPLICATIONS RECEIVED VIA THIRD PARTIES (RECRUITMENT AGENCIES ETC.) WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. Application Support (PDF, 860KB) Application Kit Benefits for working with MN (PDF, 1.00MB) Application Kit RBH567833 Role Description (PDF, 347KB) Role Description • Sat, 01 JunQueensland Government
Chief Executive Officer » Queensland, Australia - We are currently seeking applications for the Chief Executive Officer of the Burdekin Shire Council. Applications close Monday, 17 June 2024 at 9:00am. As the new CEO of Burdekin Shire, you will inspire and manage a professional team dedicated to high perfomance and excellent service. You will be responsible for developing and implementing the Council's vision and stategic plans and ensure sound financil practices for the long-term benefit of the community. Fostering strong communication and relationships between Councillors, the organisation and the community is essential. To be successful in this role, you should firstly be an inspiring and passionate executive leader with a focus on creating and maintaining a positive work culture that delivers great outcomes for its community. We would also expect that you have good knowledge of local government along with strong skills in strategic, economic and financial sustainability that can be applied to a complex multi-faceted organisation focused on the public and community's well being. A degree or extensive executive level experience in the public sector, business, economics, engineering or a similar relevant field is required. Post graduate quaifications in management or business are desirable. To apply Please click the following to obtain a detailed Information Package about the role and the Application Form. Apply Now Once you have read these, please email Helen Leaver at helenlgsg.au to arrange a confidential discussion regarding the position. Applications close Monday, 17 June 2024 at 9:00am. • Sat, 01 JunBurdekin Shire Council
Executive Officer » Brisbane, QLD - and assisting in board reports About you: Previous experience in Executive Support/Personal Support/Executive Officer...Troocoo Troocoo are excited to be partnering with this leading Government agency to recruit a temporary Executive... • Sat, 01 JunTroocoo
Executive Officer » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Immediately available A04 EO position, Brisbane CBD location, providing support to two Executives, temporary contract 3 -6 months potential extension Troocoo Troocoo are excited to be partnering with this leading Government agency to recruit a temporary Executive Support Officer AO4 (Project based). This role will sit within a tight knit team providing a dedicated level of administrative and executive support About the role: Provide a high and confidential level of administration support to Senior Executives Manage, draft and track incoming correspondence as required Manage busy calendars and diaries as required - scheduling and organising meetings Organising travel and credit card reconciliations as required Prepare meeting agendas, minutes and assisting in board reports About you: Previous experience in Executive Support/Personal Support/Executive Officer Government experience is highly regarded but not essential Systems experience - Microsoft Office Suite, TRIM, eDRMS, Doctrak, MINCOR/MECS is regarded Ability to work with conflicting deadlines and manage busy schedules Professional attitude towards work and flexibility Benefits: Initial temporary opportunity for 3- 6 months with potential extension Gain experience supporting multiple Executives Dedicated Government team to support you on your journey Easy to use online timesheeting system Applications are being considered now for live and upcoming opportunities - do not miss out and apply today To find out more about Troocoo, please visit: https://www.troocoo.com/ • Fri, 31 MayTROOCOO Pty Ltd
Chief Executive Officer » Western Australia - , Western Australia. Primary purpose of the role The Chief Executive Officer (titled Director) provides inspiring...: We encourage you to contact Nick Verkerk, General Manager and Executive Director, Beilby Downing Teal on 0403 457 363 or via... • Fri, 31 MayGovernment of Western Australia
Research Ethics Executive Officer » Australia - Join Swinburne Research as a Research Ethics Executive Officer and become a vital part of our dynamic team. This role... • Fri, 31 MaySwinburne University of Technology
Research Ethics Executive Officer » Hawthorn, VIC - and benefits with flexible working options About the Role Join Swinburne Research as a Research Ethics Executive Officer... • Fri, 31 MaySwinburne University of Technology
Executive Officer to the CEO » Australia - About the National Anti-Corruption Commission The NACC enhances integrity in the Commonwealth public sector by deterring, detecting, and preventing corrupt conduct involving Commonwealth public officials. It does this through education, monitoring, investigation, reporting and referral. Working with us This is an exciting time to join the NACC. We are looking for outstanding individuals to embed robust systems and processes, deliver exciting and diverse projects and demonstrate innovation and commitment to integrity in the public service. NACC staff work in a complex and dynamic setting where exceptional judgement and an ability to achieve results is critical. Successful candidates will have the ability to cooperate, manage, lead and perform successfully across corporate and operational functions. The key duties of the position include The successful candidate will work under the general direction of the CEO. Key activities of this position include: Effectively managing the Office of the CEO including the appropriate prioritisation of tasks and workflow, managing critical tasks and requests for the Office of the CEO, including strategic responses to external requests and sensitive issues. Coordinating the preparation of briefing material and research, stakeholder management, cross-Commission communication, and monitoring progress on key activities. Providing input into strategic planning and business documentation including advice on work program and organisational issues for the Office of the CEO. Coordinating senior executive level briefs including drafting, editing, and preparation of reports. Liaising on behalf of the CEO with other statutory officers and senior executives. Providing support to the Commissioner and Deputy Commissioners where required. Providing direction and support to executive support staff within the Commission The NACC is a small agency. In addition to these activities, from time to time you may be asked to undertake tasks that are outside your usual span of duties but that are within the range of your capabilities. Supporting one another in this way provides opportunities for exposure across the agency and is an integral part of the NACC's positive workplace culture. • Fri, 31 MayAPS
Executive Assistant / Governance Officer » Melbourne, VIC - The Position An exceptional opportunity has become available for an Executive Assistant / Governance Officer... to partner with a growing and reputable organisation to appoint an Executive Assistant/Governance Officer on a permanent basis... • Thu, 30 MaySharp & Carter
Executive Assistant to the Chief Information Officer » Orange, NSW - June 2024 – 11:59pm Executive Assistant to Chief Information Officer Health Information Communication and Technology...Employment Type: Temporary Full Time (up to 10 November 2024) Position Classification: Administration Officer Level 6... • Thu, 30 MayNSW Health$39.15 - 40.07 per hour
Executive Assistant to Chief Operating Officer » Sydney, NSW - most prestigious client portfolios. Under the leadership of a powerful and dynamic Chief Operating Officer, the company thrives in... CEO’s core principles, fostering a collaborative work culture that you, as the Executive Assistant, will help to nurture... • Thu, 30 MayEST10
Senior Executive Officer » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - The Women's Safety, and Victims and Community Support Division engages more than 400 staff across 4 diverse branches, including Community Justice Services, Investment and Commissioning, Women's Safety and Violence Prevention, and Victim Assist Queensland. Your key responsibilities will be:- Provide timely advice, guidance, information, and assistance on strategic and operational business matters.- Prepare and quality assure correspondence, submissions, proposals, and initiatives requiring coordinated responses and contribute where appropriate or as directed.- Coordinate and contribute to key activities including business planning, projects, and internal/external reporting requirements to ensure that they are timely and of a high standard.- Provide effective communication and liaison services on behalf of the Office of the Deputy Director-General to a wide range of organisations, agencies, offices, and individuals.- Establish and maintain effective working relationships and linkages with key stakeholders including the Minister's Office, senior management, and staff.- Review, analyse and influence current internal processes and systems to ensure continuous improvement of strategic, operational and governance mechanisms. If you are up to a challenging role in a fast-paced division, the ideal applicant will be able to:- Ability to provide high quality advice, assistance, and confidential executive support to the Deputy Director-General, by coordinating ministerial and executive correspondence.- Coordinate the distribution, tracking and flow of briefings and correspondence, in consultation with divisional officers, to successfully finalise competing priorities.- Manage a busy mailbox and prioritise workload to meet ministerial timeframes.- A strong customer focus, have excellent communication skills, be highly motivated and focused on tracking and delivering on outcomes.- Completes workload within established timeframes and adjusts priorities quickly as circumstances dictate.- Prioritises and completes work on multiple projects simultaneously.- Performs well in a fast-paced environment with frequent interruptions and/or distractions.- Writes concise, logical, and grammatically correct responses to Ministerial and Departmental correspondence.- Maintains an optimistic outlook and fosters a workplace culture where all individuals share a personal responsibility for promoting the physical and psychological health and safety of others.- Contributes to workplace equity, diversity, respect, and inclusion that enriches our culture of respect and inclusion. Applications will remain current for 12 months. • Thu, 30 MayQueensland Government
Executive Officer » North Sydney, NSW - of ACU's and values and to demonstrate an active contribution to them. About the role: As the Executive Officer, you'll... form a part of the executive support team within the Professional Services Hub (PSH) and support the achievement of the... • Wed, 29 MayAUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY (ACU)$106366 - 114254 per year
Executive Officer, Adult Medicine » Sydney, NSW - /about/careers/executive-officer-adult-medicine-division-position-description.pdf For any enquiries, please email recruitment@racp... • Wed, 29 MayRACP
Chief Executive Officer » Canberra, ACT - As an organisation Meridian has grown and diversified, re-branded and evolved and management of new avenues of service will be key. The incoming CEO will need to be across new service delivery models, including primary health, aged care, ... • Wed, 29 MayPage Executive$180000 per year
Executive Officer, Adult Medicine » Sydney CBD, Sydney - The Role The Adult Medicine (AMD) Secretariat provides the focal point of communication with the membership, other College staff, external bodies and other stakeholders. The role is responsible for: Providing high level administrative support for the AMD and its associated committees, including its three Chapters. Supporting the operations of the AMD, including implementing decisions and coordinating agreed activities. Support AMD activities and events as required, including but not limited to RACP Congress, Convocation Ceremonies. Disseminating information relating to the AMD and its committees to Division Fellows and other internal and external groups, as appropriate. Desired Skills and Experience To be successful in the role Demonstrated experience in delivering professional client and secretariat services, particularly in a membership organisation. High level written and verbal communication skills. Ability to research and prepare summary briefs on a range of health sector topic areas. High level problem solving and analytical skills, and the initiative and willingness to undertake a range of tasks. Stakeholder relationship skills, with demonstrated ability to develop good working relationships with senior professionals and represent stakeholders both internally and externally. Ability to work independently and take responsibility for outcomes, while also collaborating in a professional team. High level organisational skills and attention to detail with proven ability to prioritise and manage deadlines in a high-volume environment. Proficiency in the use of MSOffice, email, Internet and the use of databases. Ability to adapt to a changing work environment. To apply for the role, please submit a cover letter and resume by 9 June 2024 To view the Position Description, visit https://www.racp.edu.au/docs/default-source/about/careers/executive-officer-adult-medicine-division-position-description.pdf For any enquiries, please email recruitmentracp.edu.au • Wed, 29 MayRACP
Executive Support Officer ? Early Childhood Regional Operations, Early Childhood, Education » Gold Coast, QLD - Brisbane, QLD - from home to early childhood education to school, for children and families. About the Role: The Executive Support Officer... preparation of briefing notes and draft responses to ... Click here to view more detail / apply for Executive Support Officer... • Wed, 29 MayAtlam Group
Chief Executive Officer » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Meridian is a high performing and deeply respected organisation. They are now seeking a new CEO to help take them on the next phase of their journey. Client Details Meridian is a high performing and deeply respected organisation. They provide services to the LGBTIQA community, as well as sex workers, people living with HIV, into aged care and with drug and alcohol programs. They have a proud history and heritage around HIV/AIDS support, volunteering and have been a flagship for activism in and around the Canberra region for over 40 years. They continue to refine their strategy to meet new diverse needs including transgender, aged care navigation and the constant community sector challenge around funding. They are now seeking a new CEO to help take them on the next phase of their journey. Description As an organisation Meridian has grown and diversified, re-branded and evolved and management of new avenues of service will be key. The incoming CEO will need to be across new service delivery models, including primary health, aged care, sexual health testing, public health and development of fee for service training and education. Change management from quality leadership will be critical in navigating the future for Meridian. This is a role for someone to manage with risk, develop and implement high quality governance and engage with and advocate to the highest levels of the ACT government on behalf of a diverse community and membership. Profile We are seeking an experienced leader, with an unwavering commitment to community, someone passionate about health and wellbeing outcomes. You will need to bring savvy to innovate, diversify funding, develop quality and grow collaborative relationships across the sector. The CEO will be expected to hold trusted and transparent relationships and work collaboratively with the Board. Externally relationships with Meridian's stakeholders, partners and peers organisations throughout the sector are critical to success. Job Offer Whilst there has been significant progress in their advocated sectors over the last 40 years, much more needs to be done as stigma and discrimination continue to have adverse and negative effects on the wellbeing of the communities they serve. This is your chance to lead and take Meridian forward, flying the flag for progressive change and delivering growth under a new vision. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Jim Roy 0419 596 959 or jimroypageexecutive.com • Wed, 29 MayPEAU Page Executive
Senior Executive Office Assistant » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - About the role Permanent flexible full time opportunity. Provide high quality executive administrative support within the Senior Executive Office, including primary administrative support to the Deputy Executive Director RBWH, as well as other administrative roles essential to effective strategic and operational leadership in a complex environment. Operating within a high performance executive support team with a high degree of independence, confidentiality and efficiency, this position is required to prioritise, organise and monitor administrative operations to assist with organisational goals and objectives being achieved. About you Our ideal candidate will be someone who can carry out the following key accountabilities in accordance with the Metro North Health's values: Support the Deputy Executive Director RBWH by providing high level efficient, professional and confidential executive administrative support services, including diary and email management. Provide secretariat support to a number of high level/sensitive meetings by preparing and coordinating agendas and circulating meeting minutes and follow up of action items. Assist the Senior Executive Support Officer with monitoring and distribution of correspondence, briefing notes and other documentation as required to ensure deadlines are met. Demonstrate high level of data accuracy and attention to detail and the ability to prepare and present quality written material. Support the Performance and Implementation Office with ad-hoc duties as delegated by or agreed with the Senior Executive Support Manager as required. Health Equity It is expected that all Metro North Health staff, including the incumbent of this role as a valuable member of the Metro North workforce, contribute to the health equity agenda and meet the intent of supporting the defined six actions that specifically meet the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people within the National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards (NSQHS), by actively supporting the elimination of racial discrimination and institutional racism; supporting increased access to health care; influencing the social, cultural and economic determinants of health; supporting the delivery of sustainable, culturally safe and responsive health services; and recognise the importance of working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, communities and organisations to design, deliver, monitor and review the health and support services we provide. Benefits when working for us Rewarding career and development opportunities across a wide range of clinical and non-clinical areas Value driven organisation which provides a work environment that is safe, satisfying, flexible, and promotes a healthy work-life balance Flexible working arrangements and competitive salary rates with annual incremental increases Benefit from a higher than standard employer contribution to Superannuation of up to 12.75% and access to salary packaging Be part of a world-class, dynamic and growing health service that embraces technology and innovation, excellence in healthcare, quality teaching and cutting edge research. Metro North Health is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workplace for all employees. We offer unique and rewarding professional development opportunities in a safe and flexible work environment with a focus on putting our people first. You can find out more about why it's so great to work at Metro North here: https://metronorth.health.qld.gov.au/careers Job ad reference number:RBH567833Close date: Monday 10th June 2024 Find out about the role in more detail and how to apply in the attached Role Description. APPLICATIONS RECEIVED VIA THIRD PARTIES (RECRUITMENT AGENCIES ETC.) WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED • Wed, 29 MayQueensland Government
Executive Officer » City, North Canberra - Support and drive the Office of Indigenous Leadership at UC UC Level 10, Salary Range $136,921pa - $141,665 pa plus 17% Super Full Time Continuing Opportunity About us: University of Canberra’s vision is that “Together we work to empower, connect and share knowledge with our people, cultures and places.” UC is engrained in the local community and we aim to challenge the status quo through the pursuit of excellence in teaching, learning and research. The University of Canberra is ranked in the top five universities globally for reducing inequalities (THE Impact Rankings, 2023). About the role: Working closely alongside the Pro-Vice Chancellor, Indigenous Leadership, the Executive Officer position is pivotal in supporting and driving forward the Indigenous Leadership Strategy . This role provides a high-level executive support and assistance in strategic analysis, planning and project management, with an opportunity to influence and support positive change. You will also be responsible for preparation of reports, committee papers and high-level correspondence, operational support (including the Ngunnawal Centre ) and administrative and financial management for the Office of Indigenous Leadership. This is a fantastic opportunity to work in a supportive and proactive team of passionate professionals who are committed to enhancing the participation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in higher education and making the University of Canberra a welcoming and culturally safe place for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and staff. About you: The successful applicant will have proven experience in a program/policy or an Executive Officer position working with Indigenous people. You will also have strong organisation skills, a detailed understanding of Indigenous culture and peoples and an ability to develop and maintain strong working relationships with both internal and external stakeholders will be imperative in this role. If you are an enthusiastic, energetic person with outstanding communication skills, and an understanding of how policy and strategy can create change, then this might be the perfect role for you. Offerings/ Benefits/ Culture: The University offers excellent conditions and benefits such as: Flexible working arrangements and Family-friendly policies On campus Gym, Medical services, Cafes, Post office, Supermarket and Childcare facilities. Professional Development offerings (study assistance, corporate programs and discounts) Innovative work environment with a diverse and inclusive culture Access to Employee Assistance Program and a corporate private Health Plan (Bupa) University of Canberra embodies it’s Values of Everyone’s invites, Nurragunnawali, Change the World, Dare to be Curious and Walk together which we are proud. UC sets a goal to be the national sector leader in equity, diversity, inclusion and access via Connected – A Decadal Strategy 2023-2032 . UC encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disabilities and people from culturally diverse groups. Pre-employment checks : Applicants who wish to apply for this position should have valid working rights or eligibility to obtain a work visa for Australia. The successful applicant will be subject to a police check as one of their pre-employment requirements. How to apply: Please apply with you CV only, no other documentation is required at this stage. Please ensure you take the time to align your CV with the Position Description requirements. We want to understand how your skills and experience relate to the position you are applying for. For job specific information: please contact Maree Meredith – Pro Vice-Chancellor, Indigenous Leadership – pvcicanberra.edu.au Recruitment and application questions: please contact the Talent Acquisition team on 02 6206 3867 or email uctalentcanberra.edu.au Closing date: 11.55pm, Sunday 16 of June 2024 • Wed, 29 MayUniversity of Canberra
Executive Assistant - Executive Office Management » Australia - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO4 Workplace Location Mackay region Job ad reference QLD/567436 Closing date 10-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Refer to Role Description Contact person Pam Jaenke Contact details 07 4885 6202 Access the National Relay Service Role details The Executive Office Management Team at the Mackay Base Hospital is seeking applications for an Executive Assistant to join their team on a temporary basis. How to apply and for mandatory requirements regarding this role, please refer to the attached Role Description. Your opportunity Provide a high level of confidential executive and administrative support and coordination and liaison services to support designated members of the Executive Leadership Team to deliver on their accountabilities, whilst achieving a high level of performance in the demanding executive environment. Work as part of a broader executive support team, contributing to the management and co-ordination the daily functions of the Executive Office to ensure the smooth and efficient service delivery within the Office of the Chief Executive and the Executive Leadership Team within MHHS. About our Hospital and Health Service Mackay Hospital and Health Service has 6 hospitals, 2 multi-purpose health services and 4 community health centres that employ more than 3,700 staff. The district covers an area of approximately 90,000km2 and provides services to patients and their families in Bowen, Cannonvale, Clermont, Collinsville, Dysart, Glenden, Mackay, Middlemount, Moranbah, Proserpine and Sarina. Some of our great benefits on offer Competitive wages, salary packaging and leave entitlements Flexible working arrangements A diverse work culture Career development Professional development opportunities Education opportunities, Study and Research Paid parental leave Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Discounted Private Health Insurance Fitness Passport Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Applicants are to • Wed, 29 MayQueensland Government
Executive Officer » New South Wales - to them. About the role: As the Executive Officer, you'll form a part of the executive support team within the... culture. From time-to-time Director locations change, which may require a reallocation of Executive Officers to Directors... • Tue, 28 MayAustralian Catholic University$106366 - 114254 per year
Executive Officer, Economic Division » Barton, South Canberra - Who we are Economic Division offers fascinating work on issues that matter to the Australian people. Our responsibilities are wide ranging from advising the Prime Minister and government on macro- and microeconomic policy; housing and competition; taxation, super and workplace relations; fiscal policy and budget processes; and impact analysis. Across these issues, we collaborate with other Commonwealth agencies to analyse and advise on policy and programs, as well as chaperoning Budget and Cabinet processes, and the legislative and Parliamentary activities of our line agencies. The Division consists of five Branches - Financial Services, Taxation and Workplace Relations Branch; the Office of Impact Analysis; Data, Digital and Analytics Branch; Economic Policy Branch; and Fiscal Policy Branch. What you will do In this position you will be supporting the First Assistant Secretary, leading the Division's executive support team and working closely with staff across the Division and other areas across PM&C. The Executive Officer plays a vital role in leading the Division's corporate responsibilities, leading the Executive Support team and providing executive support to the First Assistant Secretary. A key feature of this role is to build strong collaborative working relationships across the Division, PM&C, other Executive and stakeholders. The Executive Officer will have primary responsibility for: providing high level support and advice to the First Assistant Secretary, while working closely with other executives within the division; providing development and mentor other executive support staff within the division, including sharing information, anticipating/managing changing circumstances, and delegating tasks as required; being the first point of contact for the First Assistant Secretary; establishing and maintaining strong internal and external stakeholder relationships, including with Executive Officers and Executive Assistant's across PM&C and the APS; provide advice and support on a range of strategic coordination products to ensure divisional and departmental outcomes are achieved; managing the workflow through the First Assistant Secretary's office, to ensure priorities and deadlines are met; maintaining timely and accurate records, including meeting minutes, file notes and action items as required; and monitoring compliance activities and timeframes. Flexible working arrangements will be considered, however the role requires predominately in-person attendance. The key duties of the position include What you will bring We are seeking candidates with the following skills and capabilities: excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to manage networks and relationships, and liaise with staff at all levels; strong initiative and organisational skills, the ability to multi-task, balance competing priorities and work under pressure to meet deadlines; judgement and proven ability to anticipate stakeholder needs both internally and externally; highly developed verbal and written skills; ability to lead and work as part of a team; and integrity, professionalism and a high degree of discretion. Experience in, or ability to quickly acquire knowledge of, the functions of the Division and Department will be highly regarded. We encourage applications from candidates with diverse backgrounds and experience, including those with disability. • Tue, 28 MayAPS
Senior Executive Officer » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Your key accountabilities The core capability requirements for this role are: - Monitor, research, analyse and provide advice on the development and implementation of strategic and operational performance to enable continuous organisational improvement, including managing outcomes- Research, develop, implement and evaluate appropriate strategies, plans, policies and procedures that support corporate and operational activities towards organisational development and to effectively meet day-to-day service delivery demands.- Compose, critically review and edit ministerial correspondence, briefing notes, submissions and other documentation for approval by the Executive Director.- Coordinate the flow of correspondence and documents, from internal and external stakeholders at all levels, to meet necessary deadlines- Work proactively and collaboratively with team members to maximise the efficiency and effectiveness of systems, procedures and workflows operating within the office of the Executive Director.- Where required, plan, coordinate, undertake and evaluate organisational improvement activities including staff performance, development and resources- Prepare reports and present submissions on behalf of the Executive Director on performance management, organisational improvement, and community engagement strategies.- Support the Executive Director to meet management responsibilities associated with their portfolio. Applications to remain current for 12 months. • Tue, 28 MayQueensland Government
Senior Executive Officer » Darwin Region, Northern Territory - The Senior Executive Officer will manage the Strategic Policy, Projects and Performance office and provide high-level executive support and advice - strategic and operational, to the division head. • Tue, 28 MayNorthern Territory Government
Executive Support Officer, ACT, 2 Months » Australia - Key Requirements Previous experience as an Executive Assistant or Executive Support Officer in the ACT Government... more broadly. Proven background in executive email management, prioritising and categorising emails, managing due dates... • Mon, 27 MayInfopeople
Executive Officer, Economic Division » Barton, ACT - and working closely with staff across the Division and other areas across PM&C. The Executive Officer plays a vital role in... Division, PM&C, other Executive and stakeholders. The Executive Officer will have primary responsibility for: providing... • Mon, 27 MayNational Indigenous Australians Agency$94715 - 106438 per year
Chief Executive Officer » Smithton, Circular Head - Chief Executive Officer Emmerton Park Inc. is a leading not-for-profit aged and care service provider, incorporating Residential Aged Care, Independent Living Units, Community Care and associated services. Located in Smithton on the north-west coast of Tasmania, we are committed to providing quality care and services and exploring opportunities that provide better outcomes for our clients, staff and volunteers. Reporting to the Board, this position has full responsibility for the effective and efficient operation of the organisation. The CEO is also responsible for liaising with external stakeholders and will drive strategic actions, planning, improvements, reporting and grant applications. If you are a passionate and dedicated leader with a commitment to providing high-quality aged care, we would love to hear from you. Candidates must have proven experience in a senior managerial role, preferably in the aged or health care industry. Please Ian Adams (CEO) on (03) 6452 9400 for further information relating to the position. Applications consisting of your resume and cover letter outlining your suitability may be submitted to The Board Chairman, Emmerton Park Inc., PO Box 397 Smithton Tas. 7330 (or hremmertonpark.com.au) for the roleby Friday 7th June 2024 • Sat, 25 MayEmmerton Park Inc
Executive Assistant - Executive Office Management » Mackay, Mackay Region - Role details The Executive Office Management Team at the Mackay Base Hospital is seeking applications for an Executive Assistant to join their team on a temporary basis. How to apply and for mandatory requirements regarding this role, please refer to the attached Role Description. Your opportunity Provide a high level of confidential executive and administrative support and coordination and liaison services to support designated members of the Executive Leadership Team to deliver on their accountabilities, whilst achieving a high level of performance in the demanding executive environment. Work as part of a broader executive support team, contributing to the management and co-ordination the daily functions of the Executive Office to ensure the smooth and efficient service delivery within the Office of the Chief Executive and the Executive Leadership Team within MHHS. About our Hospital and Health Service Mackay Hospital and Health Service has 6 hospitals, 2 multi-purpose health services and 4 community health centres that employ more than 3,700 staff. The district covers an area of approximately 90,000km2 and provides services to patients and their families in Bowen, Cannonvale, Clermont, Collinsville, Dysart, Glenden, Mackay, Middlemount, Moranbah, Proserpine and Sarina. Some of our great benefits on offer Competitive wages, salary packaging and leave entitlements Flexible working arrangements A diverse work culture Career development Professional development opportunities Education opportunities, Study and Research Paid parental leave Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Discounted Private Health Insurance Fitness Passport • Sat, 25 MayQueensland Government
Chief Executive Officer » Ayr, QLD - Join us as the new Chief Executive Officer here on the stunning North Queensland coast and help drive... this role, you should firstly be an inspiring and passionate executive leader with a focus on creating and maintaining... • Fri, 24 MayBurdekin Shire Council
Executive Officer (Board Secretariat) » Australia - differently, and increasing access for all. The Role The Executive Officer is a full-time role, working with the Director... • Fri, 24 MayTasTAFE
Senior Policy Officers and Assistant Directors, APS Level 6 and Executive Level 1, National Measurement Institute » Canberra, ACT - . This vacancy is Canberra based, although flexible or remote work arrangements can be considered. Please reach out to the contact officer..., please contact Gi-gi Ang on 02 6276 1260 or [email protected]. For more information on the Senior Policy Officer roles... • Fri, 24 MayDepartment of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources
Chief Executive Officer » Portarlington, VIC - Leonards. Bellarine Bayside is seeking to appoint a highly skilled and experienced Chief Executive Officer. The key purpose... • Fri, 24 May
Executive Support Officer - HR » Canberra, ACT - , reliability, connectivity and sustainability needs for today and tomorrow. As the Executive Support Officer you will play... experience within an Executive Assistant/Officer or Support capacity. Candidates who have an exposure to working within a Human... • Thu, 23 MayCDC Data Centres$90000 - 115000 per year
Executive Officer » Darwin Region, Northern Territory - The Executive Officer provides high-level administrative and project assistance, coordination, advice and support to the Deputy Chief Executive Officer. Two vacancies are available one fixed to 16/08/2024 and one fixed to 02/09/2024. n • Thu, 23 MayNorthern Territory Government
Chief Executive Officer » Melbourne, VIC - Join Yarraville Community Centre as the Chief Executive Officer and lead a dedicated team in empowering our vibrant... for social impact and proven executive experience, this full-time role offers the chance to make a real difference. Work... • Wed, 22 MayBeaumont People$133493 per year
Administration Officer – Executive Assistant » Alice Springs, NT - Administration OfficerExecutive Assistant Applications are processed as they are received. About this role... Do you thrive in a busy environment, and like to work with a fun team? Join us as the Receptionist-Executive Assistant at Araluen... • Wed, 22 May
Executive Officer » Blacktown, NSW - environment and an attractive remuneration package. The Opportunity As Youth Insearch's Executive Officer, you'll... advisor and ambassador for Youth Insearch, both internally and externally. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the... • Mon, 20 MayOrchard Talent Group
Executive Officer (Business Development) » Yanco, Leeton Area - Executive Officer (Business Development) Position: 22.5 hours per week with the potential to move to full time within 2 years Salary: $110,000 full-time (including superannuation) Location: Riverina, NSW (Yanco Agricultural High School & home office) Role Overview: The Old Yanconians' Foundation seeks an Executive Officer to enhance student support in the Riverina region The Foundation has funded scholarships, career development programs, the Riverina Compendium and the Wellbeing Hub Your mission: expand these initiatives and create new programs through partnerships with local businesses and funding sources Responsibilities: Work closely with the Chair of YAHS Old Yanconians' Foundation Collaborate with the Careers for the Future and Finance & Marketing Working Groups Develop and maintain relationships with local businesses and alumni to secure funding Apply by: 7 June Contact: Dr. Don Plowman (0401 122 179) Email: yanconianscommunitygmail.com • Sun, 19 MayYAHS OLD YANCONIAN FOUNDATION LTD
Chief Executive Officer » Townsville Region, Queensland - As the economic and industrial hub of North Queensland, Townsville is home to 200,000 residents and covers nearly 4,000 sqkms. With a strong commercial platform built on mining, education, construction and defence, the region is also rapidly building a bright, future-focused economy based on renewable energy and emerging technologies. The Townsville region combines the resources and community infrastructure to rival any major capital city with a natural environment that includes the Great Barrier Reef, stunning tropical rainforests and pristine island settings. It all adds up to the ideal work/lifestyle balance. As CEO, you will be at the helm of a city destined to rapidly grow in both long-term economic and innovative significance, and your role will be to provide the top-line direction and inspiration to ensure Council delivers on all aspects of its strategic intent and community focused vision. Working closely with the Mayor and Councillors, you will have an uncompromised focus on the needs and aspirations of Townsville's residents and business communities while also building the broader framework required to ensure a long-term sustainable future for the city and its region. You will have the unique blend of long-term strategic vision, high level economic know-how and the natural ability to inspire and lead by example. An experienced CEO, you will have an exceptional track-record of achievement within large, complex public sector environments with the emphasis on implementing major change programs, long-term economic growth strategies, astute financial management and community collaboration. Ideally, you will also have a thorough understanding of digital transformation strategies focused on delivering positive end-to-end customer experience. This is one of Queensland's most exciting, challenging and rewarding senior executive opportunities. You will be the driving force and inspiration behind the City's long-term vision and future well-being of its residents and business communities, while also enjoying an exceptional lifestyle only North Queensland can offer. To download a comprehensive information pack and to apply, go to mcarthur.com.au and search under J5438. For a confidential discussion, call Julie Barr on (07) 3211 9700. Applications close, 17 June 2024. • Fri, 17 MayMcArthur
Chief Executive Officer » Bankstown, NSW - capacity. The Opportunity The Chief Executive Officer opportunity is a full-time position located in Bankstown, NSW... we are seeking a strategic Executive Leader with a genuine passion for improving community outcomes. They will have a track record in... • Thu, 16 MayOrchard Talent Group
Chief Executive Officer » Bankstown, Bankstown Area - The Organisation Creating Links, established in 1972, is a boutique community service organisation operating across Greater Sydney. They specialise in services for children and families, disability support, financial counselling, fostering, and youth programs. The organisation has maintained a leading role as a multicultural service provider while prioritising a friendly, personable, and individualised client experience. Emphasising cultural diversity among its staff, Creating Links offers flexible services accessible to all community members, irrespective of age, religion, ability, or culture. The vision of "Communities for the future" underscores Creating Links' aspiration to be a leading community service provider, dedicated to strengthening and building community capacity. The Opportunity The Chief Executive Officer opportunity is a full-time position located in Bankstown, NSW, and directly to the Board. The CEO will provide leadership to ensure the organisation delivers on its mission of developing resilient, productive, and inclusive communities and families. Responsibilities include sustainable organsational growth, diversification of revenue streams, and effective collaboration with the Board. The successful candidate will play a pivotal role in ensuring positive interventions in the lives of clients and maximising their impact while upholding the organisation’s values and cultural diversity. The CEO will be responsible for: Financial and Operational Oversight: Ensure sound financial management in alignment with the organisational mission. Monitor and address operational budget issues promptly. Human Resources and Performance Culture: Lead workforce planning and foster a high-performance culture. Governance, Strategy, and Communication: Ensure compliance, implement corrective actions, and maintain transparency. Define and operationalise strategic direction in collaboration with the Board. Foster collaborative relationships internally and externally. Cultural Improvement: Lead cultural development for a high-performing work environment. Grow the community brand and reputation of Creating Links. Identify and address work health and safety activities and issues. About You For this appointment we are seeking a strategic Executive Leader with a genuine passion for improving community outcomes. They will have a track record in developing strong commercial outcomes in the Human Services space. In addition, the successful candidate will have; Exceptional Leadership and an Entrepreneurial Mindset: Possess outstanding leadership skills to build and lead senior management teams. Demonstrate an entrepreneurial mindset with exceptional leadership skills, able to lead by example. Change Management Skills and Strategic Thinking: Proven track record in successful organisational change management. Highly developed strategic thinking, planning, and analytical skills. Stakeholder Relationship Building and Sector Knowledge: Demonstrate effective relationship building with internal and external stakeholders, including government entities. Extensive knowledge of the community services sector. Financial Acumen and Communication Skills: Extensive experience in identifying and applying for financial grants with associated reporting. Ability to lead a large workforce, coupled with strong relationships among executives. Strong understanding of corporate finance, performance management principles, corporate governance, and general management best practices. Experience working effectively with a Board of Directors. Excellent communication and public speaking skills. How to Apply For a confidential discussion or role related questions, please contact Ella Barnard of The Orchard Talent Group on 02 9157 6224 or email ellaorchardtalent.com.au. To apply please submit your current CV via the link. Please note applicants must have a legal right to work in Australia. • Thu, 16 MayOrchard Talent Group
Executive Officer Programs and Projects » Katherine, Northern Territory - Provide high-level secretariat, administration and corporate governance information, advice and support to the Executive Director, Directors, and Business Manager, including development and implementation of identified projects, initiatives, events and stakeholder engagement activities. • Wed, 15 MayNorthern Territory Government
EL1 - Executive Officer » Australia - Australia's security. We are searching for a skilled Executive Officer to provide pivotal support to the First Assistant... • Wed, 15 MayHudson$110000 - 130000 per year
Executive Officer Full-time Permanent » Australian Capital Territory, Australia - The Engagement & Wellbeing Support Services Branch is looking for a high performing individual for the role of Executive Officer. The successful applicant will report directly to the Executive Branch Manager (EBM) and will be responsible for the development of strategic direction and provision of advice on the alignment of the Branch’s activities with strategic priorities. Sound knowledge demonstrated experience and understanding of the operations of government, high level conceptual, analytical, research and problem-solving skills to manage change and high level written, negotiation, interpersonal, liaison and representational skills are a must for this role. Eligibility/Other Requirements: Highly Desirable: Previous experience in an Executive Officer role. Notes: This is primarily an office-based role. Occasional work from home opportunities, may be negotiated with the Branch Manager as required. Selection may be based on referee reports and written application only. A Merit Pool will be established from this selection process and may be used to fill vacancies over the next 12 months. How to Apply: Please provide a written response to the selection criteria (max three pages), a current curriculum vitae and contact details for two referees, including your current supervisor. Applications should be submitted via the Apply Now Button Below. LI-DNI • Wed, 15 MayACT Government
Executive Officer » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - . A fantastic opportunity exists to wok for a Federal Government organisation that really makes a difference to the security of Australia. As an Executive Office to the First Assistant Secretary (FAS) International Division you will have the ability to use your Executive Officer skills in a meaningful manner. Duties Providing leadership in coordinating activities across the Division on behalf of the FAS, involving the appropriate staff and stakeholders for increased effectiveness of the group Co-ordinating and drafting division input into briefings, senate estimates, ministerial briefings and other requests for input/information Supporting the Division's leadership team with the day-to-day operations of the division and ensure risks are managed and work undertaken in accordance with agreed priorities and requirements Facilitating the delivery of accurate and timely agenda and minutes including the coordination and management of the reporting actions Support the FAS, and Assistant Secretaries to manage and monitor the division's budget including tracking and reporting on budgets, project expenditure, procurement and workforce plans Preparing and coordinating through relevant staff, organisational activities requiring participation, involvement, or responses by the FAS, including presentations and participation in events Skills and capabilities Ability to think proactively and deliver high quality outcomes while working with a high degree of autonomy Proven ability to work under pressure, meet tight deadlines, set priorities, initiate action and find creative and novel solutions to problems, often under limited supervision Sound judgement, acumen and strategic thinking Superior written and oral communication skills Excellent organisational skills and attention to detail Strong coordination, liaison and influencing skills To be considered we are looking for candidates who hold NV1 (minimum). For more information and a confidential discussion please call Emma Grant 0438 100 625 or Press Apply Now to submit your resume. • Wed, 15 MayHudson Australia
EL1 - Executive Officer » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - . Become an integral part of a distinguished Federal Government organisation that is at the forefront of safeguarding Australia's security. We are searching for a skilled Executive Officer to provide pivotal support to the First Assistant Secretary (FAS) of the International Division. This vital role enables you to influence national security through expert coordination and strategic oversight of the division's operations. Core Responsibilities: Lead coordination efforts across the Division, engaging key personnel and stakeholders to enhance operational effectiveness. Prepare and refine inputs for high-level briefings, senate estimates, ministerial communications, and various information submissions. Support daily operations within the Division's leadership, aligning tasks with organisational goals while effectively managing risks. Manage the creation and distribution of meeting agendas and minutes, ensuring precision and adherence to schedules. Oversee budget controls and financial reporting for the Division, aiding the FAS and Assistant Secretaries in fiscal management. Coordinate the FAS's participation in key presentations and events, optimising their impact and engagement. Desired Skills and Qualities: Independent and proactive, with a track record of delivering exceptional results. Resilient under pressure, adept at prioritising tasks and catalysing action. Strategic thinker with sound judgement and strong decision-making capabilities. Outstanding communicator with proficiency in both written and verbal forms. Rigorous organiser with an acute focus on detail. Effective coordinator and influencer, capable of building strong professional relationships. Essential Requirements: Candidates should ideally possess NV1 clearance or be prepared to obtain it. Join Our Team: This position is tailor-made for a dynamic individual eager to play a key role in a critical area of national importance. You will directly contribute to the operational excellence and strategic success of the International Division, playing a direct part in safeguarding Australia's future. For further details and a confidential discussion, please reach out to Emma Grant at 0438 100 625. If you're ready to make a profound impact, click 'Apply Now' to forward your resume and become part of our mission. • Tue, 14 MayHudson Australia
Executive Officer » Australia - ability to use your Executive Officer skills in a meaningful manner. Duties Providing leadership in coordinating activities across the Division... security of Australia. As an Executive Office to the First Assistant Secretary (FAS) International Division you will have the... • Mon, 13 MayHudson$111000 - 129000 per year
Executive Officer » Adelaide CBD, Adelaide - Central Adelaide Local Health Network Office of the Chief Executive Officer, Adelaide Salary ASO-4 $75,430 - $79,070 p.a. Full-time permanent About the role Are you an experienced and professional executive officer who thrives in a busy and dynamic work environment? We are looking for a dedicated individual to join our executive support team. As an executive officer, you will be responsible for providing secretarial, administrative, and project support services to an executive director. You will need to be a master of multi-tasking, always staying one step ahead of your executive and ensuring that everything runs smoothly. The role includes email and diary management organising travel and other related items meeting preparation, coordination and follow up of action items reviewing and progressing correspondence document, file and information system maintenance developing presentations, briefings and local communications being a contact point for internal and external staff and stakeholders coordination of the executive director's office working on minor projects If you are a proactive, detail-oriented, and results-driven individual with a passion for supporting executives and helping them achieve their objectives, then we want to hear from you Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to work with a team of dynamic professionals and contribute to the success of our organisation. About CALHN The Central Adelaide Local Health Network includes South's Australia's major quaternary facility, the Royal Adelaide Hospital, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, the Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre, and the Repat Health Precinct. We also deliver mental health services at Glenside Health Services and at a range of other locations across the metropolitan and regional areas. We're looking for talented staff to join us and help us to shape the future of health through world-class care and world-class research and achieve our vision of being in the top 50 health services in the world and top 5 in Australia. What we offer Attractive salary packaging available Strong community minded culture and values providing world class care to South Australians Access to Fitness Passport, a discounted workplace health and fitness program available to CALHN staff and their families. Opportunity for movement across the SA Health system: There are always opportunities for you to develop your skills and your career at one of our many metropolitan or regional sites. Essential Requirements: Current National Police Clearance (NPC) Immunisation screening as indicated in the role description. SA Health Services are required to implement the Addressing vaccine preventable disease: Occupational assessment, screening and vaccination policy in the workplace. Diversity and inclusion: At CALHN we support and foster a culture in which employees feel they belong and feel safe at work. The culture aims to encourage all people to use their talents and to be valued and rewarded for their contributions. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply. Application Information: The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role. Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check and compliant Immunisation screening. Enquiries to: 866199 Stephanie Cricelli Email: stephanie.cricellisa.gov.au Application Closing Date 11.55 pm Friday 7 June 2024 Attachments 866199 RD Executive Officer.pdf Australian applicant guidelines International applicant guidelines • Mon, 13 MaySA Health

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