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Government Opportunities - Temporary » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Adecco have multiple VPS3, VPS4, VPS5 and VPS6 positions available throughout Victoria. Short and long term positions with excellent hourly rates. We are welcoming expressions of interest for highly motivated professionals who are looking to enhance their career in government while successfully delivering and contributing to large scale project outcomes. Adecco are seeking expressions of interest for a wide range roles within a variety of State Government departments. Examples of some opportunities are Executive Assistant Project Officer Administration Coordinator People and Culture Business Partner Recruitment Specialists Media and Communications Advisor Procurement Policy Officer Financial Analyst Project Analyst Change Managers Payroll Officers To be successful in these roles you will possess the following: Ability to learn quickly with excellent attention to detail to produce accurate outcomes Demonstrated personal integrity and professionalism Sound judgement for informed decision making Positive attitude for change, adaptability, and willingness to be flexible Other Essential Requirements: Unlimited Australian Work Rights 18 years or over Character clearance, including police check is required The successful candidate will join a team that embraces challenge, change and is passionate about making a positive impact on millions of Victorians. Apply now to be considered for current and future opportunities Adecco and the Government are equal opportunity employers as part of our commitment to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. • Wed, 05 JunAdecco VicGov Project
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Security Analyst for Information Security Policy, Compliance and Controls » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About Us At ANZ, we're applying new ways technology and data can be harnessed as we work towards a common goal: to improve the financial wellbeing and sustainability of our millions of customers. About the Role As a Security Analyst in our Information Security Policy, Compliance and Controls team, you'll play a key role in helping to provide ongoing development and management of information security policy, standards and controls as per regulatory requirements and industry best practices. You will support risk assessments and provide risk insights to various risk forums. You will also lead regulatory interactions and external audits and must possess excellent stakeholder management skills, with strong influencing and relationship building ability. Banking is changing and we're changing with it, giving our people great opportunities to try new things, learn and grow. Whatever your role at ANZ, you'll be building your future, while helping to build ours. Role Location: Melbourne Role Type: Permanent, Full-time What will your day look like? As a Security Analyst, you are responsible for: Helping business units in adopting information security as a risk theme to manage risks associated with cyber threats and data loss. Deep understanding of security risk assessment frameworks, assessments, aggregation and reporting. Championing information security policies, standards, controls, and processes so that regulatory compliance requirements are addressed as part of business-as-usual operations. Providing analysis and insights into data supporting the effectiveness of technical and process-based security controls. Working with different regulatory authorities for adopting and complying with their security requirements. Creating and maintaining well-defined Information Security policies, standards and controls aligning to regulatory requirements and industry best practices. Scoping and responding to security questionnaires from ANZ clients. Process mapping Excellent stakeholder management skills, with strong influencing and relationship building ability. What will you bring? Tertiary qualified with extensive years of relevant experience and preferably hands-on experience in information security principles and practices, general procedures, and guidelines in complex and challenging business environment. Deep understanding of information security industry standards and best practices (e.g. ISO27001, NIST CSF, NIST SP800-53, PCI DSS etc). Good understanding of APRA CPS 234 and CPG 234. "T-shaped individual" - Possess a breadth of knowledge in many fields, but also have depth in Information Security Governance, Risk and Compliance concepts and practices. Ability to form and own opinions, including challenge on compliance arrangements where appropriate. Ability to build and maintain relationships with internal and external stakeholders including excellent negotiating, influencing and conflict management skills. Strong verbal and written communication skills, presentation skills, ability to take a lead in workshops and drive meaningful outcomes. Strong stakeholder engagement skills and ability to build and maintain relationships. Willingness to look at things differently, challenge the status quo and innovate. Proven analytical skills and evidence-based decision making. A 'growth mindset' and ability to identify opportunities for continuous improvement. Comfortable dealing with ambiguity. Experience with and understanding of security, governance, risk, and compliance concepts. Exposure to Agile methodologies and experience with Agile tools such as Confluence and Jira. So why join us? From the moment you join ANZ, you'll be doing meaningful work that will shape a world where people and communities thrive. But it's not just our customers who'll feel your impact. you'll feel it too. Because at ANZ, you'll have the resources, opportunities, and support you need to take the next big step in your career. We're a diverse bunch at ANZ in different roles, different locations, doing different things. That's why we have a range of flexible working arrangements, so our people can 'make work, work for them'. We also provide a range of benefits including access to health and wellbeing services and discounts on selected products and services from ANZ and more. At ANZ, you'll be part of an organisation where the different backgrounds, perspectives and life experiences of our people are celebrated. That's because We're committed to building a workplace that reflects the diversity of the communities we serve. We welcome applications from everyone and encourage you to talk to us about any adjustments you may require to our recruitment process or the role itself. If you are a candidate with a disability or access requirement, let us know how we can provide you with additional support. To find out more about working at ANZ, visit https://www.anz.com.au/careers . You can apply for this role by visiting ANZ Careers and searching for reference number 68445. • Sun, 09 JunANZ
Customer Research & Insights Analyst » Leederville, WA - Perth, WA - We have a permanent opportunity for an experienced Analyst – Customer Research & Performance, based in Leederville. As an Analyst... research objectives. · Comply with relevant legislation, regulatory requirements, corporate policy and ethical standards... • Sat, 08 JunWater Corporation
Senior Business Analyst » Australia - and employee experience through end-to-end legal claims management. The Senior Business Analyst will play a key role... and issues The Experience We Are Looking For Extensive experience in a Business Analyst role working across a variety... • Sat, 08 JunMaurice Blackburn
Business Analyst - Business Enablement & Technology Projects » Australia - Program We're looking for a professional Business Analyst with relevant technology and systems experience who wants... - an Australia free of poverty. For over 90 years, we have worked with policy makers and the community for systemic change... • Sat, 08 JunBrotherhood of St Laurence

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Senior Business Analyst/Developer » Saint Leonards, NSW - of oral health policy and programs for NSW. The Centre monitors the implementation of population health-based oral health... platforms within NSW Health. The Senior Business Analyst/Developer undertakes and manages the review and analysis of the... • Sat, 08 JunNSW Health$122850 - 139559 per year
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Agile Business Analyst - Operational Excellence Program » North Sydney, NSW - , banks and major sporting clubs! As a Business Analyst within our strategic delivery function, you will play a pivotal role... effectively. And what are we looking for? You'll have proven experience as a Business Analyst, preferably within the... • Sat, 08 JunCover-More
Business Performance and Reporting Analyst » Sydney, NSW - and Reporting Analyst. As an industry leader in corporate real estate, we are seeking a highly motivated individual to be the... Opportunity and Affirmative Action policy . Jones Lang LaSalle (“JLL”) is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed... • Sat, 08 JunJones Lang LaSalle
Systems Analyst - Payglobal » Osborne Park, WA - Systems Analyst - PayGlobal Permanent, full-time opportunity Hybrid working supported Salary sacrifice, leave... loading, and more Can be based in Perth or Adelaide The opportunity The Systems Analyst in the Digital Services division... • Sat, 08 JunSilver Chain
Logistics Costing Analyst Manager » Sydney, NSW - . This is an opportunity for you to join Samsung Australia and make a difference as our Logistics Costing Analyst Manager in the Logistics.... Join us and #ReimagineYourFuture #LI-Midsenior #LI-SEAU Please visit to see Privacy Policy, which defaults according to your location. You can... • Sat, 08 JunSamsung
Energy Analyst » Melbourne, VIC - an experienced Energy Analyst to join our team and play a key role in supporting our Energy and Sustainability initiatives... Opportunity and Affirmative Action policy . Jones Lang LaSalle (“JLL”) is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed... • Sat, 08 JunJones Lang LaSalle
Sr Director Analyst, Technology Finance, Value & Risk » Australia - . About The Role As a Senior Director, Analyst aligned with the Technology Finance, Value & Risk Team you will help clients...? Join us. The policy of Gartner is to provide equal employment opportunities to all applicants and employees without regard to race... • Sat, 08 JunGartner
Property Analyst - Logistics & Industrial » Brisbane, QLD - an exciting opportunity for an Analyst to join our high performing QLD Logistics & Industrial team. This is a great opportunity... Opportunity and Affirmative Action policy . Jones Lang LaSalle (“JLL”) is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed... • Sat, 08 JunJones Lang LaSalle
Business Analyst » Perth, WA - Vibrant Perth Higher education provider looking for a Business Analyst to work in a systems upgrade project... Business Analyst to join their team. Perth Northern Suburbs location in Joondalup (WFH must be requested as per client... • Sat, 08 JunHudson$97113 - 108813 per year
Senior Policy Analyst (724254) » Tasmania, Australia - Join a collaborative and professional team to further develop your skills, knowledge, and experience in a highly respected workplace. Be involved in issues that directly impact the wellbeing of the Tasmanian community. Enjoy flexible work arrangements and receive access to quality learning and development opportunities. About You We are looking for a motivated, interested and capable individual with lots of potential to join our small team. You will work as part of a highly skilled team of professionals and because of this and the broad range of issues that we deal with on a day-to-day basis, you will have plenty of opportunity to develop your skills and experience. We have no preconceived view on the best background for this role but are very focussed on your capacity to do the job and develop in the role. Ideally you will have: a strong desire to develop your skills, experience and judgement; a willingness to take on a range of responsibilities and tasks; a capacity to understand economic and other data; a strong capacity to communicate effectively with internal and external stakeholders; and proven capacity and plenty of potential. We are looking to get the best person for this role and that person could come from a broad range of backgrounds. If you have these attributes, we would welcome the opportunity to talk to you about the role and how you could be successful in it. We welcome applications from a diverse range of applicants and provide flexible, hybrid working options in most roles. We want our employees to reach their full potential which is why we make reasonable adjustments to our recruitment process to enable applicants with disability, illness and injury to fully participate. Please notify us if you require any support or adjustments during the recruitment process to enable your full participation. Find out more about working at Treasury here - Working at Treasury | Treasury and Finance Tasmania About the Branch The primary role of the Economic Policy Branch is to provide high quality advice on a broad range of economic and financial issues. The Branch is also responsible for monitoring the Tasmanian economy and assisting with the analysis and evaluation of policy proposals within a cost-benefit framework. Find out more about our Branch here - Economy | Treasury and Finance Tasmania Hours per fortnight Up to 73.5 - hours flexible - talk to us about how this could work for you. We are open to considering a range of flexible work options including part-time hours. Download the Statement of Duties and any Associated Documents Please download the Statement of Duties and Advice to Applicants below: 724254 - Statement of Duties - Senior Policy Analyst .docx 724254 - Statement of Duties - Senior Policy Analyst .pdf Advice to Applicants - Treasury.pdf Advice to Applicants - Treasury.DOCX How to apply Before applying, we encourage you to make contact with the person listed below to ensure you have a good understanding of the role and how it fits within Treasury. To apply, please provide a copy of your current Resume and Short Form Application (maximum 2 pages) outlining your experience, skills and knowledge as they relate to the Statement of Duties. Refer to the 'Advice to Applicants' document for further information. To submit your application, please click the blue "Apply Now" button. You will be prompted to complete an online application form and to attach your Resume and your two page Short Form Application (please note that you can upload .doc, .docx, .pdf, .rtf, and .txt file types only). Referee details are submitted as part of the online application process, so ensure you have the contact details for two referees before doing this. If you are unable to submit your application online, please contact Recruitment via email recruitmenttreasury.tas.gov.au before the closing date. For more information Simon Verdouw Specialist Policy Analyst simon.verdouwtreasury.tas.gov.au (03) 6145 5841 • Sat, 08 JunTasmanian Government Jobs
Principal Solicitor (330364) » Tasmania, Australia - The Department of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania (NRE Tas) is committed to our vision of “building a sustainable Tasmania” where our natural resources, cultural values and environment are recognised and used sustainably to support our future prosperity. We take pride in fostering a workplace where diversity is celebrated, inclusivity is embraced, and safety is paramount. We strive to create an environment where every individual feels respected, valued, and empowered to bring their authentic selves to work. We understand that work-life balance is essential for personal and professional success. That’s why we offer flexible work options and are dedicated to making workplace adjustments that empower individuals to fully engage and excel in their roles. If you require any reasonable adjustments during your recruitment process, please let us know. Hours per fortnight 73.50 (minimum 58.80 hours, by negotiation). Duties The purpose of the position is to assist the Recorder of Titles by interpreting and applying relevant legislation to administer General Law and Torrens Title land ownership in Tasmania. The position provides advice and legal guidance to a wide range of internal and external stakeholders including staff, clients, professional groups, Ministers and senior government officials. Essential Requirements Admitted, or qualified for and entitled to be admitted, as a barrister or practitioner of the Supreme Court of Tasmania under the provisions of the Legal Profession Act 2007 . Download the Statement of Duties and any Associated Documents SOD - 330364 - Principal Solicitor - Legal 3.docx Advice to Applicants.docx 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. Please note that we do not require a separate statement addressing the selection criteria. Please apply online by clicking the blue "Apply Now" button. Refer to the 'Advice to Applicants' document for further information. If you are unable to submit your application online, please contact Recruitmentnre.tas.gov.au . For more information on the position please contact: Craig Pursell Senior Policy Analyst Email: Craig.Pursellnre.tas.gov.au Phone: 0416 704 229 • Sat, 08 JunTasmanian Government Jobs
ICT Business Analyst » Canberra, ACT - We are currently helping our client recruit for an ICT Business Analyst to work collaboratively withtechnical leaders..., team members and engage stakeholders on multiple projects and contribute to business objectives. The ICT Business Analyst... • Fri, 07 JunWhizdom Recruitment$197600 - 228800 per year
Fund Analyst » Sydney, NSW - Join our Investment Management business as Fund Analyst. This role is a terrific opportunity for candidates.... About the Role The Fund Analyst is responsible for supporting the Fund Manager to ensure the integrity and effectiveness... • Fri, 07 JunLendlease
PreSales Bid and Quote Analyst » Melbourne, VIC - Supportive Team Environment Office parking available / Burwood East Site The Bid & Quote Analyst provides support for bid... processes are adhered to. ORGANISATION RELATIONS: The Bid & Quote Analyst will work closely with the Sales Account teams... • Fri, 07 JunMotorola Solutions
Senior Policy Analyst » Hobart, TAS - , please contact Recruitment via email before the closing date. For more information Simon Verdouw Specialist Policy Analyst simon.verdouw... at Treasury here - About the Branch The primary role of the Economic Policy Branch is to provide high quality advice... • Fri, 07 JunTasmanian Government$96584 - 101313 per year
Business Systems Analyst » Fremantle, WA - recommendations on future process changes. Mapping future business process flows Background & Experience: Business Analyst... experience in implementing ERP Systems such as TechnologyOne or Civica. Minimum of 2 years' experience as a Business Analyst... • Fri, 07 JunProfessional Search Group$100000 - 120000 per year
Senior Business Analyst » Brisbane, QLD - ' experience as a Business Analyst. Experience working as a business analyst on healthcare projects or government policy projects... Analyst will be accountable to perform complex work that provides detailed technical and professional business analysis... • Fri, 07 JunDFP Recruitment$221000 - 247000 per year
Senior Business Analyst » Deakin, ACT - as a Business Analyst. Experience working as a business analyst on healthcare projects or government policy projects...The Senior Business Analyst role will be accountable under broad direction to perform very complex work that provides... • Fri, 07 JunExperis
Data Governance Analyst/Specialist » Sydney, NSW - Data Governance Analyst/Specialist Location: Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane Job Type: Contract About the Role...: We are seeking a Data Governance Analyst/Specialist to work with one of our leading banking clients. In this role, you will play... • Fri, 07 JunINGRITY
Tax Analyst » Sydney, NSW - future of driving, speaking out for change in government policy and supporting sustainable travel. Forget what you thought... Analyst to join the NRMA Corporate Finance team on a 4-6 month maximum term contract basis. Reporting to the Tax Manager... • Fri, 07 JunMy NRMA
Senior Analyst, Consumer Finance & Digital » New South Wales - & Digital and Brand & Marketing finance team, the Senior Analyst role will have a diverse range of responsibilities, including... team, the Senior Analyst will be heavily involved in these activities and will have regular exposure to business partners... • Fri, 07 JunWestpac
Business Systems Delivery Analyst » Sydney, NSW - . We have an opportunity for you to join Samsung Australia to make a difference as our Business Systems Delivery Analyst in the Process... Policy, which defaults according to your location. You can change Country/Language at the bottom of the page... • Fri, 07 JunSamsung
Governance Intelligence Analyst (Pool) » Innaloo, WA - ! The Opportunity A dynamic Analyst to join our busy Governance and Intelligence Team As Governance Intelligence Analyst... and apply policy, process and legislation Consult, negotiate and influence across a diverse range of stakeholders, including... • Thu, 06 JunGovernment of Western Australia$96307 - 105254 per year
Analyst/Lawyer » Sydney, NSW - Melbourne, VIC - , raising and harmonising standards and promoting a level playing field between intermediaries. The role As an Analyst... /Lawyer, you will be accountable for: providing data-led analysis, evaluation and guidance on technical and policy issues... • Thu, 06 JunASIC$90749 - 107911 per year
Client Operations Analyst - Superannuation » Brisbane, QLD - Analyst you will report to a Team Leader/Senior Client Operations Analyst and will be responsible for monitoring automated... of any incident, breach or complaint to ensure the relevant information is updated in accordance with Iress’ policy... • Thu, 06 JunIress
Senior Business Analyst » Sydney, NSW - Analyst. Experience working as a business analyst on healthcare projects or government policy projects is an advantage...Senior Business Analyst Immediate start 12 Months Contract - with possible extension Daily Rate: $700 - $9000 + super... • Thu, 06 JunDFP Recruitment$182000 - 234000 per year
Senior Business Analyst » Canberra, ACT - Senior Business Analyst Location: ACT Initial Contract: 12 months Extension: 6 months Our client... is looking for a skilled and dynamic business analyst who will be client-focused with comprehensive experience in business analysis... • Thu, 06 JunExperis
Security Analyst for Information Security Policy, Compliance and Controls » Melbourne, VIC - : to improve the financial wellbeing and sustainability of our millions of customers. About the Role As a Security Analyst in... our Information Security Policy, Compliance and Controls team, you'll play a key role in helping to provide ongoing development... • Thu, 06 JunANZ
Security Analyst for Information Security Policy, Compliance and Controls Job Details | ANZ Banking Group Limited » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - About Us At ANZ, we're applying new ways technology and data can be harnessed as we work towards a common goal: to improve the financial wellbeing and sustainability of our millions of customers. About the Role As a Security Analyst in our Information Security Policy, Compliance and Controls team, you’ll play a key role in helping to provide ongoing development and management of information security policy, standards and controls as per regulatory requirements and industry best practices. You will support risk assessments and provide risk insights to various risk forums. You will also lead regulatory interactions and external audits and must possess excellent stakeholder management skills, with strong influencing and relationship building ability. Banking is changing and we’re changing with it, giving our people great opportunities to try new things, learn and grow. Whatever your role at ANZ, you’ll be building your future, while helping to build ours. Role Location: Melbourne Role Type: Permanent, Full-time What will your day look like? As a Security Analyst, you are responsible for: Helping business units in adopting information security as a risk theme to manage risks associated with cyber threats and data loss. Deep understanding of security risk assessment frameworks, assessments, aggregation and reporting. Championing information security policies, standards, controls, and processes so that regulatory compliance requirements are addressed as part of business-as-usual operations. Providing analysis and insights into data supporting the effectiveness of technical and process-based security controls. Working with different regulatory authorities for adopting and complying with their security requirements. Creating and maintaining well-defined Information Security policies, standards and controls aligning to regulatory requirements and industry best practices. Scoping and responding to security questionnaires from ANZ clients. Process mapping Excellent stakeholder management skills, with strong influencing and relationship building ability. What will you bring? Tertiary qualified with extensive years of relevant experience and preferably hands-on experience in information security principles and practices, general procedures, and guidelines in complex and challenging business environment. Deep understanding of information security industry standards and best practices (e.g. ISO27001, NIST CSF, NIST SP800-53, PCI DSS etc). Good understanding of APRA CPS 234 and CPG 234. “T-shaped individual” – Possess a breadth of knowledge in many fields, but also have depth in Information Security Governance, Risk and Compliance concepts and practices. Ability to form and own opinions, including challenge on compliance arrangements where appropriate. Ability to build and maintain relationships with internal and external stakeholders including excellent negotiating, influencing and conflict management skills. Strong verbal and written communication skills, presentation skills, ability to take a lead in workshops and drive meaningful outcomes. Strong stakeholder engagement skills and ability to build and maintain relationships. Willingness to look at things differently, challenge the status quo and innovate. Proven analytical skills and evidence-based decision making. A ‘growth mindset’ and ability to identify opportunities for continuous improvement. Comfortable dealing with ambiguity. Experience with and understanding of security, governance, risk, and compliance concepts. Exposure to Agile methodologies and experience with Agile tools such as Confluence and Jira. So why join us? From the moment you join ANZ, you'll be doing meaningful work that will shape a world where people and communities thrive. But it's not just our customers who'll feel your impact. you'll feel it too. Because at ANZ, you'll have the resources, opportunities, and support you need to take the next big step in your career. We're a diverse bunch at ANZ in different roles, different locations, doing different things. That's why we have a range of flexible working arrangements, so our people can 'make work, work for them'. We also provide a range of benefits including access to health and wellbeing services and discounts on selected products and services from ANZ and more. At ANZ, you'll be part of an organisation where the different backgrounds, perspectives and life experiences of our people are celebrated. That's because We're committed to building a workplace that reflects the diversity of the communities we serve. We welcome applications from everyone and encourage you to talk to us about any adjustments you may require to our recruitment process or the role itself. If you are a candidate with a disability or access requirement, let us know how we can provide you with additional support. To find out more about working at ANZ, visit https://www.anz.com.au/careers . You can apply for this role by visiting ANZ Careers and searching for reference number 68445. • Thu, 06 JunANZ
Business Analyst (Data Governance) » Sydney, NSW - We really need someone that has done the policy writing component and worked on Governance projects in the past... Analyst experience minimum 3 years· Demonstrated experience in writing policies and procedures minimum 2 years· Sound... • Thu, 06 JunRobert Half
Global Trade Advisory Analyst - Sydney » Sydney, NSW - like? As a Global Trade Analyst, you will work with Australian and multinational companies and have the rare opportunity to learn... changes in global trade regulations nad industry trends to provide trade policy advisory services Experience working in... • Thu, 06 JunDeloitte$75000 per year
Structured Finance Analyst/Associate » Sydney, NSW - The Spread Products Analyst/Associate is an intermediate level position responsible for assisting clients in... information flow, and providing credit and exposure information to analyst, as appropriate Appropriately assess risk when... • Wed, 05 JunCitigroup
Test Analyst » Sydney, NSW - Job Title: Test Analyst Contract Duration: 12 Months Location: Sydney, Australia Work Rights: Australian Citizen... Analyst on Cloud Data Lake or Data Warehouse implementations. Proficiency in reconciling large datasets to confirm source... • Wed, 05 JunDFP Recruitment$156000 - 169000 per year
Enterprise Risk Reporting Analyst » Mulgrave, VIC - and dynamic Enterprise Risk Reporting Analyst to play a vital role in safeguarding our business operations and supporting... and provide innovative continuous improvement risk management solutions. As an Enterprise Risk Reporting Analyst working... • Wed, 05 JunKmart
Compliance and Risk Analyst » Sydney, NSW - practices across each department and at an enterprise level. The Opportunity The Compliance and Risk Analyst will primarily..., and growth. It is the policy of the Company to provide equal opportunity for all employees and applicants. The Company recruits... • Wed, 05 JunDimensional Fund Advisors
APS 5 Test Analyst » Canberra, ACT - APS 5 Test Analyst $500 - $700 / Daily Rate (excluding super) Canberra Contract (12-months, possible extension... Experience as a Test Lead or Snr Test Analyst on a Cloud Data Lake or Data Warehouse implementation Experience reconciling large... • Wed, 05 JunDFP Recruitment$130000 - 182000 per year
Senior Business Analyst » Melbourne, VIC - This well renowned and recognized city-based organization is seeking the services of a Business Analyst to kick off... platforms. As such, you must demonstrate your experience in the following: Solid experience as a Business Analyst Proven... • Wed, 05 JunExperis
Shopper & Category Insight Analyst » Chadstone, VIC - and Category Insights Analyst at Officeworks, you will delve into the shopping habits and preferences of our customers, translating... opportunities to progress your career. Industry leading Growing Families policy. At Officeworks, we operate best when our team... • Wed, 05 JunOfficeworks
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Senior Analyst » Sydney, NSW - How will I help? We have a great opportunity for a Senior Analyst to join our team! The Group Reporting & Analytics (GR&A) function... analyst or Data analyst or similar. Ability to link business & technology concepts and translate into specific deliverable... • Wed, 05 JunWestpac
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Risk Senior Business Analyst » Sydney, NSW - Job Title Risk Senior Business Analyst Job Description Rabobank is the world’s leading specialist in food... as a Risk Senior Business Analyst to work on Rabobank’s CPS230 Program within the Operational Risk Management Workstream... • Wed, 05 JunRabobank
Government Opportunities - Temporary » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Adecco have multiple VPS3, VPS4, VPS5 and VPS6 positions available throughout Victoria. Short and long term positions with excellent hourly rates. We are welcoming expressions of interest for highly motivated professionals who are looking to enhance their career in government while successfully delivering and contributing to large scale project outcomes. Adecco are seeking expressions of interest for a wide range roles within a variety of State Government departments. Examples of some opportunities are Executive Assistant Project Officer Administration Coordinator People and Culture Business Partner Recruitment Specialists Media and Communications Advisor Procurement Policy Officer Financial Analyst Project Analyst Change Managers Payroll Officers To be successful in these roles you will possess the following: Ability to learn quickly with excellent attention to detail to produce accurate outcomes Demonstrated personal integrity and professionalism Sound judgement for informed decision making Positive attitude for change, adaptability, and willingness to be flexible Other Essential Requirements: Unlimited Australian Work Rights 18 years or over Character clearance, including police check is required The successful candidate will join a team that embraces challenge, change and is passionate about making a positive impact on millions of Victorians. Apply now to be considered for current and future opportunities Adecco and the Government are equal opportunity employers as part of our commitment to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. • Wed, 05 JunAdecco VicGov Project
Business Analyst » Larrakeyah, Darwin - Location of work: Darwin Scope of Works The Business Analysts will be responsible for a full range of business analysis tasks including requirements planning and management; requirements elicitation, analysis and documentation; and capturing existing business processes and proposed changes. The Business Analyst will work on the implementation of COTS and/or custom application for project/programs as assigned. The business analyst is required to support the relevant Project Manager, Director or Lead Analyst in the execution of the project approach and associated plan working with the business, project team members and the vendor/s as required. Key Duties and Responsibilities Facilitate workshops, interviews, and focus groups with stakeholders to elicit, analyse and document business and functional requirements, and management of requirements traceability. Document specifications used to configure and build the solution in line with identified requirements. Conduct walkthroughs to validate and obtain approval of business analysis outputs. Provide business analysis support relevant to provision of requirements support and clarification throughout a full project development or implementation lifecycle. Development of Future State System Workflows (BPMN2.0) and relevant UML Use Cases. Apply business analysis techniques and tools to document requirements, objectives, outcomes, processes, procedures, work instructions and workflows. Undertake and support testing activities including preparing and executing test plans and cases. Deliver project documentation in alignment with EPS project management frameworks, on time, to expected quality standards as per scope and as agreed with the Project Manager. Manage sensitive information and maintain records in line with information management policies. Deliverables The Business Analyst resources will consult, collaborate and coordinate with business subject matter experts, stakeholders and vendors on the design and implementation of appropriate solutions, translating and documenting relevant specifications that meet agreed business requirements. Requirements Essential Skills and Experience Extensive skills and experience as a Business Analyst, including experience in requirements gathering, business process analysis/modelling, process mapping and information analysis/modelling, planning, design, testing and system integration, using industry standard techniques in a complex business environment. Experience mapping business requirements and processes to the functionality of a product whilst identifying gaps and opportunities. Experience in managing information requirements in line with approved record keeping and information management policies, and including traceability of business requirements. High level analytical skills and organisational skills with good attention to detail and ability to think laterally and conceptually. Highly effective client liaison, change management and facilitation skills. Demonstrated experience working in a collaborative environment with high performing teams with high priority deliverables under tight timeframes, and balancing competing priorities. Experience in end to end delivery of major business systems projects. Highly skilled in the use of Microsoft Visio and the usual office tools such as Windows, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Microsoft Outlook (e-mail), proficient in the use of Jira, Confluence and SharePoint or ability to quickly acquire. Experience identifying and analysing complex legislative and / or regulatory requirements applicable to the relevant industry/work environment and their processes. Desirable Skills and Experience Experience in business process model and notation (BPMN) 2.0 standard or similar, and development of UML Use Cases. Experience working in a Government environment. Health experience is favourable, specifically experience in any of the following services/areas: Alcohol and Other Drugs; Cancer Services; Clinical Documentation; Communications; Community Health Care; Critical Care; Medication Management; Mental Health; Multi-Disciplinary Teams; Palliative Care; Referral Management; Rehabilitation; Remote Primary Health Care; and Operating Theatres. Personal Qualities required of Candidate(s) High level social and written skills with ability to effectively communicate with team members and stakeholders. Ability to work in a large team environment with members of diverse cultures and backgrounds. Self-starter with high personal drive and a positive attitude. Disciplined and accountable for supporting and maintaining work products. Behaves in a respectful and professional manner, maintaining high integrity and transparency when delivering work. Excellent problem solver and critical thinker. Promotes teamwork and collaboration by engaging stakeholders and team members. Services Personnel are also expected to abide (and confirm they will) by the DCDD Corporate Values of Honesty, Professional, Respectful, Accountable and Innovative. Clearance Requirements National Police Clearance Working with Children (OCHRE) Benefits With a decade-long presence in Darwin, Northern Territory, Cloudstreet Consulting takes great pride in our commitment to valuing both our staff and clients as individuals with unique needs, aspirations, and talents. This approach has fostered a collaborative atmosphere that cultivates unwavering loyalty from both our clientele and our team members. We prioritize integrity, equity, and loyalty in our interactions with staff, ensuring they have ample opportunities to leverage and enhance their skills, thereby advancing their careers within the IT industry. Benefits Include: Negotiable salary commensurate with experience High likelihood of contract extensions Salary sacrifice options available Relocation assistance provided Advanced payment options Exceptional opportunity to collaborate with the Northern Territory Government in the stunning Top End region. • Tue, 04 JunCloudstreet Consulting
Principal Program Manager and Policy Analyst » Australia - Level 7 $128,077- $136,891 pa (PSCSAA 2022) Fixed Term - Full Time St. Georges Terrace 2024-06-11 4:00 PM Principal Program Manager and Policy Analyst (MIS22124) Fixed term opportunity for up to three years with the possibility for extension and/or permanency. Focus your career on making a positive difference by improving energy use in Western Australia Would you like to work in a genuinely exciting, flexible and friendly work environment, which offers its people a range of benefits, including flexible working hours, working at home, or in the office to help support you and get the best results possible for our community. Then the Department of Energy, Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DEMIRS) is for you Here at DEMIRS we value diversity and appreciate every individual's perspective, bringing together a diverse and inclusive workforce to drive innovation and success. So, if you're an innovative and forward-thinking individual who values collaboration and wants to contribute to transforming the State's energy system and reducing emissions, the next big discovery in the mining sector, protecting our workers' health and safety, protecting tenants and consumers, whilst rolling out new technology to deliver excellent customer service and achieve success, then DEMIRS is the agency for you. The role Our Energy Policy Group is helping shape Western Australia's energy future. The Group provides advice to the Minister for Energy and government on energy policy, as well as facilitating the delivery of secure, reliable and sustainable energy services. The Principal Program Manager and Policy Analyst positions sits within the Strategic and Consumer Policy Division. In this role, you will lead and undertake policy, program and project design, development, implementation, and evaluation. You will partner with other agencies, Government Trading Enterprises, and non-government organisations to improve energy use by households, small businesses and other consumers. A typical day will involve leading, designing and implementing across-government energy demand management programs, projects and initiatives that assist WA energy consumers to participate in, and benefit from, the State's energy transition. To be successful in the role you will be a solutions-focused problem solver who can confidently set and achieve policy, program and project objectives, effectively engage with and influence diverse stakeholder groups, undertake research and analysis of both qualitative and quantitative data and prepare high quality written submissions, reports and recommendations, as well as to support and mentor staff and represent the Energy Policy Group on various internal and external committees and working groups. By joining this team, you will help the WA Government to achieve its decarbonisation goals and improve outcomes for energy consumers. Please refer to the Form (JDF) attached for further information regarding the position, including any specific requirements, capabilities and pre-employment checks which will be assessed as part of the selection process. While this selection process will initially be used to fill the above vacancy, it may also be used to fill other similar vacancies (permanent, fixed-term, full-time or part-time) within the department for the next 12 months, from the date that the recruitment breach period has been finalised. To be eligible for appointment, applicants must have a valid working visa (for fixed term appointments) or be an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or have a visa to live and work indefinitely in Australia (for permanent appointments) at the time of application. This role is located in the Perth CBD, at 66 St Georges Terrace. Further information Please contact Michelle Beresford, Assistant Director Energy Demand Initiatives on (08) 6551 4722 or visit our website. You can also keep up to date on DEMIRS achievements and activities by following us on LinkedIn. How to apply We ask for you to provide: A detailed resume outlining your key achievements, work history, education and professional development and covering letter of no more than two (2) pages, addressing the following points: Demonstrated policy, program and project management skills in complex, transformational projects with multiple partners. Demonstrated ability to lead and manage project teams, and the physical and financial resources to achieve results. Highly developed communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to undertake consultation and negotiations with diverse stakeholder groups and build productive relationships to achieve set objectives. In the attached Applicant Information Pack, we offer further information on how to apply and the range of incentives offered to employees who work with DEMIRS. If you have any questions about employment conditions or the application process, please contact Matthew Ball, Senior Human Resource Officer on (08) 9222 0434 or email RecruitmentandEngagementdemirs.wa.gov.au. To submit your application, click on the " • Sat, 01 JunWestern Australia Government
CCSRP Business Analysts Pathology - Radiology » Larrakeyah, Darwin - Scope of Works Working on a large program under tight timeframes, balancing competing priorities in undertaking business analysis activities, developing deliverables, producing process maps and other process collateral; the Business Analyst will work on the implementation of the Core Clinical Systems Project related to Pathology/Laboratory, Radiology services and Orders/Results. Working within a team and reporting to the Project Manager, the Business Analyst provides support in the execution of the project approach and associated plan working with the business, team members and the vendor/s as required. Key Duties and Responsibilities Facilitate workshops, interviews, and focus groups with stakeholders to elicit, analyse and document business and functional requirements, and management of requirements traceability. Document specifications used to configure and build the solution in line with identified requirements. Conduct walkthroughs to validate and obtain approval of business analysis outputs. Provide business analysis support relevant to provision of requirements support and clarification throughout a full project development or implementation lifecycle. Development of Future State System Workflows (BPMN2.0) and relevant UML Use Cases. Apply business analysis techniques and tools to document requirements, objectives, outcomes, processes, procedures, work instructions and workflows. Undertake and support testing activities including preparing and executing test plans and cases. Deliver project documentation in alignment with EPS project management frameworks, on time, to expected quality standards as per scope and as agreed with the Project Manager. Manage sensitive information and maintain records in line with information management policies. Deliverables The Business Analyst will manage activities and deliver key artefacts for the Core Clinical System. Key deliverables will include: Functional business requirements; Business process maps and supporting documentation; Functional and technical design and solution options and /or specifications; Documentation to support validation and Testing activities. The resource will be required to produce documentation in alignment with CCSRP business analysis and project management frameworks. All defined outcomes will be delivered progressively and are to be completed within the term of the contract unless agreed otherwise with the CCSRP Program Director. Requirements Essential Skills and Experience Demonstrated extensive experience as a Business Analyst, including experience gathering and documenting business requirements, and undertaking ‘as is’ and ‘to be’ gap and process analysis, within a large-scale pathology/laboratory integration program and/or radiology integration program. Knowledge of Orders and Results in a pathology/laboratory and/or radiology context and the integration of messaging with an electronic health record Demonstrated experience working as a Business Analyst at all stages throughout the project lifecycle, with experience in Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) 2.0 standard Demonstrated experience working as a Business Analyst in a complex environment with numerous organisational entities and stakeholders, with strong stakeholder relationship management skills. Experience working across multiple IT architecture areas (information, application, integration, and/or technical) Highly skilled in the use of Microsoft Visio and the usual office tools such as Windows, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Microsoft Outlook (e-mail), proficient in the use of JIRA and SharePoint or ability to quickly acquire. Desirable Skills and Experience Experience with enterprise healthcare systems, preferably InterSystems, TrakCare, TrakCare Lab and HealthShare solutions Experience and general familiarity with Health industry clinical terminology, data and systems and/or a professional background in Laboratory or Radiology Science Experience in testing, documentation preparation and systems implementation Experience working in Government would be an advantage Personal Qualities required of Candidate(s) High level social and written skills with ability to effectively communicate with team members and stakeholders. Ability to work in a large team environment with members of diverse cultures and backgrounds. Self-starter with high personal drive and a positive attitude Disciplined and accountable for supporting and maintaining work products Behaves in a respectful and professional manner, maintaining high integrity and transparency when delivering work Excellent problem solver and critical thinker Promotes teamwork and collaboration by engaging stakeholders and team members Services Personnel are also expected to abide (and confirm they will) by the DCDD Corporate Values of Honesty, Professional, Respectful, Accountable and Innovative Location of work: Darwin Clearance Requirements: National Police Clearance Working with Children (OCHRE) Benefits With a decade-long presence in Darwin, Northern Territory, Cloudstreet Consulting takes great pride in our commitment to valuing both our staff and clients as individuals with unique needs, aspirations, and talents. This approach has fostered a collaborative atmosphere that cultivates unwavering loyalty from both our clientele and our team members. We prioritize integrity, equity, and loyalty in our interactions with staff, ensuring they have ample opportunities to leverage and enhance their skills, thereby advancing their careers within the IT industry. Benefits include: Negotiable salary commensurate with experience High likelihood of contract extensions Salary sacrifice options available Relocation assistance provided Advanced payment options Exceptional opportunity to collaborate with the Northern Territory Government in the stunning Top End region. • Thu, 30 MayCloudstreet Consulting
Senior Policy Analyst » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About Workforce Policy and Strategy Division The Workforce Policy and Strategy Division brings together workforce strategy, policy and data analytics to lead a strategic approach to the management and development of Victoria's school education workforce. The Division maintains departmental expertise in qualitative and quantitative analysis of the school-based workforces to support investment, quality improvement, and regional/system-level workforce management decisions. About the role As a Senior Policy Analyst, you'll have a key role in using analytical insights to investigate strategic policy issues relating to the schools workforce. Reporting to the Manager, Workforce Analytics you'll have the opportunity to: Generate new insights from complex datasets to build an understanding of system dynamics and model future workforce scenarios Be an integral part of a small team working in a dynamic environment Initiate, develop, test and argue for ideas for reform Undertake high-quality research and analysis of complex policy issues Lead development of schools workforce policy, including detailed analysis of options Work closely with key stakeholders, including universities Produce high-quality written work, including presentations, reports, submissions and briefings. The successful candidate will have excellent policy and project management skills. Prior data/analytics experience is preferred. The role will provide opportunities to develop and strengthen data/analytics as well as policy skills, making it an ideal opportunity for someone looking to learn and grow in this space. How to apply Applications should include: a resume (no more than 2-pages) and a cover letter that responds to each of the Key Selection Criteria (no more than 2 pages) and explains your interest in the role. For more details regarding this position please see attached position description. The Department values diversity and inclusion in all forms - gender, religion, ethnicity, LGBTIQ, disability and neurodiversity. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. For more information about our work, working for the Department, diversity and inclusion, and our employment conditions visit the Department website and our Diversity and Inclusion page Applicants requiring adjustments can contact the nominated contact person Information about the Department of Education's operations and employment conditions can be located at www.education.vic.gov.au. Applications close 12 June 11:59pm. • Thu, 30 MayVictorian Government
Principal Program Manager and Policy Analyst » Perth, WA - of secure, reliable and sustainable energy services. The Principal Program Manager and Policy Analyst positions sits..., then DEMIRS is the agency for you. The role Our Energy Policy Group is helping shape Western Australia’s energy future. The... • Tue, 28 MayGovernment of Western Australia$128077 - 136891 per year
Specialist Policy Analyst, Climate Change (724673) » Tasmania, Australia - We are a diverse and inclusive workplace that understands the importance of flexibility. Talk to us about what flexibility may look like for you. Period of Appointment Appointment to the role is on a fixed term full time flexible basis (up to 73.5 hours per fortnight) for two years. Duties Lead the development of policy and program priorities to reduce the State’s greenhouse gas emissions and build resilience to the impacts of climate change. Initiate and manage climate change initiatives and projects for the Tasmanian Government. Undertake high level research and provide expert and strategic advice to the Minister through the Director, Climate Change and CEO ReCFIT on climate change issues as they impact on Tasmania. Undertake high level liaison, negotiation and consultation with relevant stakeholders including the Australian Government, State and Local Government agencies, the scientific community, industry and the community sector to progress the activities of the Climate Change Office. Represent the Climate Change Office, ReCFIT division, and the Department with stakeholder engagement with both the private and public sectors, including whole of government and inter-jurisdictional committees and panels. Assist with corporate planning, policy and procedure development and administration of the team and Division. Download the Statement of Duties and Associated Documents Statement of Duties - Specialist Policy Analyst Climate Change - 724673.docx Statement of Duties - Specialist Policy Analyst Climate Change - 724673.pdf Advice to applicants.DOCX Advice to applicants.pdf For more information Name: Nikki Krushka Position: Director Climate Change Email: nikki.krushkarecfit.tas.gov.au Phone: (03) 6166 3298 or 0437 063 174 How to apply To apply, please provide a one to two page document outlining your experience, skills and knowledge as they relate to the Statement of Duties, and a copy of your current Resumé/CV. Online applications are preferred, please click the blue Apply Now button. -or- Complete the following application form and email your application to us at recruitmentstategrowth.tas.gov.au Application for Employment (Form 201).DOCX Application for Employment (Form 201).pdf • Tue, 28 MayTasmanian Government Jobs
Specialist Policy Analyst, Climate Change » Tasmania - (up to 73.5 hours per fortnight) for two years. Duties Lead the development of policy and program priorities to reduce... and panels. Assist with corporate planning, policy and procedure development and administration of the team and Division... • Mon, 27 MayTasmanian Government$125536 - 132125 per year
Credit Risk Policy Analyst » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Great 6 months secondment opportunity for someone wanting to get exposure to Credit Risk policy. As the Credit Risk Policy Analyst you’ll be responsible for maintaining, monitoring, and enhancing the Credit Risk Policy framework for retail lending by understanding and assessing business requirements, performance, and activities in a dynamic industry, economic, and regulatory environment. Additionally, you will be identifying and recommending changes to the Credit Manual and associated documents to improve risk management and support sustainable business growth. The role also involves overseeing and challenging the application of Credit Policy through close monitoring and reporting on retail lending exceptions, offering insights, and making recommendations based on analysis. What you’ll do Manage the Credit Risk Policies (and associated frameworks and documents) to ensure they are aligned with risk appetite, supportive of sustainable business growth and meet regulatory & legal requirements. Provide input into the manage the retail lending authorities frameworks (including Delegated Credit Authorities) to ensure they are appropriately aligned to policies and risk appetite Support to embed a heightened risk culture across all parts of Suncorp Bank so that risk becomes a part of what we do at all times Oversight and challenge the level and nature of retail lending exceptions approved by Home Lending Credit to ensure they are aligned to risk appetite Lead and develop the capability of others through effective coaching, mentoring, professional development and performance management Support the building of a culture/philosophy of learning and collaboration across all teams What you’ll bring Tertiary qualification in a finance related discipline is highly desired Management/Leadership experience in either a retail credit policy area or retail lending risk oversight role Experience in a bank that has been accredited as an advanced bank would be an advantage Strong credit skills with detailed understanding of retail lending parameters including an ability to assess fundamental inherent risks in a wide range of relevant industries An understanding of Prudential Standards that apply to the management of credit risk within a bank is also required Able to develop and maintain an appropriate level of knowledge on key regional industries/ geographic issues, emerging trends and market opportunities Strong verbal and written communication skills Closing statement: If this opportunity sounds like the challenge you have been looking for, please apply online today. For further information regarding this position, please contact Tatiana.stepanovasuncorp.com.au • Thu, 23 MaySuncorp Group
Policy Analyst » Hobart, TAS - - flexible options available. Duties * Undertake high level policy and project work and coordinate policy development... and program activities relating to risk, resilience, security and emergency management. Research and analyse policy issues... • Wed, 22 MayTasmanian Government$105921 - 119801 per year
Principle Hydrological Modeller Full-time Temporary » Australian Capital Territory, Australia - The ACT Office of Water is seeking a highly experienced and motivated water resource modeller to join the Water Information Services section to aid in the delivery of the Integrated River Model Uplift (IRMU) project. This role will lead and deliver high quality water resource and catchment models of the Upper Murrumbidgee catchment to meet the needs of the Integrated River Model Uplift (IRMU) project, and to advance the interests of the Office of Water. This role will be required to work with a high degree of autonomy, while also engaging with relevant policy and technical experts within and outside of Government to ensure that water resource models are well-designed and appropriate for their required tasks. You will have skills, knowledge and experience in developing, refining and using water resource and catchment models in the Source modelling platform, implementing water resource assessment and accounting methods, water take and environmental requirements. Experience in implementing policy and legislation into models, and good project management skills are highly desirable. Knowledge of the Commonwealth Water Act, State and Territory water legislation, water management operations and water policy are a distinct advantage. The role will involve all elements of conceptualising, building, calibrating, refining and documenting water resource and catchment models. Elements of collaborative work practices and project management will be required, including working with modellers and analysts in ACT Government, and other jurisdictions, along with reporting and stakeholder liaison. You will work closely with the Water Information Services team of modellers, data analysts and policy officers to develop solutions to new and emerging water management issues in the ACT and region. You will be responsible for ensuring existing Commonwealth, ACT legislation and policies are implemented into water resource models in addition to developing model scenarios of future and/or proposed policies. The role will also involve communication of models results, model limitations and methodologies to a range of audiences, both lay and technical. The IRMU program is funded to June 2025. Where we work: The ACT Government aims to be most progressive jurisdiction in Australia for hybrid and flexible working. Our team works flexibly, and our hybrid work arrangements mean we work a combination from home and from our offices in Stirling. Even better, when in the office, you have access to free parking at the door. Eligibility/Other Requirements: Essential: Extensive knowledge and experience with conceptualising, building and calibrating and refining water resource and catchment models. Development of water resource model scenarios to inform policy development or evaluation is an advantage. Desirable: Knowledge and experience of Commonwealth and/or ACT/NSW water policy and legislation. A tertiary qualification in water resource management, or similar technical background. Notes: This is a temporary position available immediately until 30 June 2025. A Merit Pool will be established from this selection process and will be used to fill vacancies over the next 12 months. This position will be moving to a new workplace designed for activity-based working (ABW). Under ABW arrangements, officers will not have a designated workstation/desk. How to Apply: Please submit a maximum three page written application addressing the selection criteria, along with your current Curriculum Vitae, listing two referees and their contact details. Applications should be submitted via the Apply Now Button Below. LI-DNI Note This is a temporary position available immediately until 30 June 2025. • Wed, 22 MayACT Government
Policy Analyst (001261) » Tasmania, Australia - H aving a diverse workforce that represents the wider Tasmanian community is very important to us and we actively encourage applications from people with disabilities, from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, people who may identify as LGBTQI, and all genders. We recognise the value, unique skills and knowledge that Aboriginal employees bring to the workplace and welcome and encourage applications from Aboriginal people. We are committed to putting the rights and wellbeing of children and young people at the centre of what we do. We will employ the right people. We will embed a culture of self-reflection and continuous improvement. We will have the courage to change what needs to be changed. We will regularly review our policies and structures through a child and youth safety lens. Our people will be equipped with the skills to recognise and respond to signs of harm. We are growing a culture where everyone takes responsibility, shares information, and speaks up if something doesn’t seem right. Together, we’re creating a place where all children and young people are safe from harm. We support reasonable adjustment requests in any stage of the assessment process to remove barriers and facilitate full participation in all aspects of employment for applicants. If you have individual requirements that need to be accommodated in order to participate in an interview or recruitment activity, please inform the contact person listed for this vacancy. We understand that people have different needs to manage their work and life and to support people we embrace the benefits of flexible working arrangements. Talk to us about how this could work for you. Hours per fortnight Up to 73.5 hours - flexible options available. Duties Undertake high level policy and project work and coordinate policy development and program activities relating to risk, resilience, security and emergency management. Research and analyse policy issues relevant to risk, resilience, security and emergency management to provide advice, proposals and recommendations. Liaise and consult on relevant policy issues within DPAC and with government and non-government stakeholders at local, state, interjurisdictional and national levels. Assist with the development and implementation of policies and arrangements that progress the Government’s strategic priorities as they relate to risk, resilience, security and emergency management. Prepare correspondence, reports, briefing notes, plans and other documentation, including for senior executives, ministers and Cabinet. Represent the Unit on regional, state-based and national working groups and policy forums. Support arrangements for response to, and recovery from, emergencies as required, including supporting the operation of the State Control Centre. The incumbent can expect to be allocated duties, not specifically mentioned in this document, that are within the capacity, qualifications and experience normally expected from persons occupying jobs at this classification level. Desirable Requirements A tertiary qualification in a relevant discipline, such as emergency management, risk management or public policy, or research and experience to similar level. Appropriate security clearances to a secret level, or the ability to acquire. Download the Statement of Duties and any Associated Documents SOD - Policy Analyst - 001261.docx SOD - Policy Analyst - 001261.pdf Advice for applicants for positions at DPAC.docx Advice for applicants for positions at DPAC.pdf How to apply Electronic submission of application is preferred, please click the blue 'Apply Now' button. You will be prompted to upload a 1-2 page short application outlining your experience, skills and knowledge as they relate to the Statement of Duties and a resume. Please note that we do not require a separate statement addressing the selection criteria. If you have any difficulty uploading your application, please contact us prior to the closing date on (03) 6270 5607 or (03) 6270 5599. For more information Sophie Smith A/g Principal Policy Officer sophie.smithdpac.tas.gov.au Phone: (03) 6232 7203 • Wed, 22 MayTasmanian Government Jobs
EL1 Policy Analyst » Canberra, ACT - Assistant Director - Policy Analyst. As an Assistant Director you will work in one of several dynamic teams, with interesting... As an Assistant Director, you will: operate under broad direction and manage staff to deliver on complex policy matters lead... • Thu, 16 MayRandstad$135000 per year
EL1 Policy Analyst » Canberra, ACT - , successful candidate/s will: lead nationally significant projects that will help use and further develop the candidates’ policy... as an Assistant Director: Operate under broad direction and manage staff to deliver on complex policy matters. Lead and build... • Wed, 15 MayChandler Macleod

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