Yass Valley Council - Lifestyle Opportunity
Yass Valley is a growing and prosperous regional community which offers a great country lifestyle in close proximity to Canberra. It provides a diverse rural and natural setting, heritage towns and villages and relaxed lifestyle opportunities, all with easy access to the rich sporting, cultural and educational opportunities across the region.
Reporting to the Manager Organisation Development, this newly created position will provide effective leadership and assurance for the day to day management of risk and insurance across all of Council’s operations. It will fulfil a number of the key functions associated with the operation of Council’s emerging Enterprise Risk Management Framework, business continuity and ensure compliance with WHS legislation.
The Position Description containing detailed information on the role is available on Yass Valley Council’s website www.yassvalley.nsw.gov.au.
Grade 17 with a Total Remuneration Package ranging from $ 80,973 to $87,450 (including superannuation)
This is a permanent full-time position with a nine-day fortnight.
How to Apply
To apply for this position, please provide:-
1. A cover letter which demonstrates your suitability and addresses both the key accountabilities and essential requirements, as outlined in the Position Description (2 pages or less)
2. Responses clearly addressing the Targeted Questions below (3 pages or less)
3. Your CV as relevant to this role (5 pages or less)
1. How will you influence and support a positive workplace culture across all of Council’s services, activities and environments that places a high level of importance on safety?
2. How would you ensure Council’s Business Continuity risks are managed?
Applications must be sent to the email address below by 5:00pm on Monday 6th July.
For enquiries, email email@example.com or contact John Neish on 0414 98075
The NRMA is an organisation on the move, so it’s an exciting time to be here. Right now, we’re combining our years of experience and expertise with innovative new thinking in order to achieve our one core goal – to keep people moving.
This is a key role in the Risk, Compliance & Assurance team in ensuring that risk management and BCP, remain fit for purpose for NRMA. Effective Risk Management, appropriate crisis and business continuity arrangements will ensure that NRMA remains commercially successful. This role will assist Risk, Compliance & Assurance team in adding value to the strategic process by supporting the Manager -Risk, Insurance & BCP in helping the business identify and manage risks and opportunities to achieve better outcomes.
- Coordination of quarterly risk reviews including assistance with documentation of outcomes, status and reporting
- Supporting the Risk Manager with project and special request risk assessments and - development of appropriate mitigation strategies
- Work with Risk Manager and business teams to implement new GRC system
- Managing risk software administration for the risk module and controls database.
- Develop, implement, maintain and test the NRMA business continuity plans for various businesses and ensure the effectiveness of business continuity framework and approach
- Bachelor degree in a Finance or related discipline
- 3-5 years’ experience in roles requiring a risk management or Business Continuity capability
- Excellent report writing skills
- Excellent Presentation skills
- Proficient in using Microsoft Office and MS Sharepoint
- Ability to prioritise and manage multiple deliverables at the same time
- Comfortable in managing multiple stakeholders with competing priorities
- Outcome driven
- A focus on ensuring accuracy of data and reporting
- Strong data interpretation capability
- Initiative, enthusiasm and the drive to achieve outcomes
- Influencing skills
The role is based at Sydney Olympic Park and Wynyard. You will be required to work from either as it is across both sites.
- Great employee benefits – including 50% discount on all insurances, free roadside assistance and much more
- Career advancement opportunities
- Free Parking at Sydney Olympic Park
If you have above skills and looking for a rewarding career then please apply today and send your applications at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are proudly diverse and are committed to fostering an inclusive culture where all people are valued, respected and able to contribute their talents to drive organisational performance. We encourage applications from people from diverse backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
JOB OPPORTUNITY | ONGOING PART TIME POSITION (3 days per week)
Risk Advisor - ICT Security and Business Continuity
Are you a risk management professional?
Do you want to develop your skills in ICT security and business continuity?
Do you have strong knowledge of ICT security risk management and a wide professional network? Do others respect your expertise and seek your guidance?
Are you a team player, a coach and an encourager?
If you fit this profile, then you could join the risk management team at the Victorian Institute of Teaching with an exciting and challenging mandate for change. The Risk Advisor role offers an outstanding career opportunity for a professional who is passionate about using their expertise and leadership to support VIT in its regulation of Victorian teachers.
With ICT security risk management and business continuity, expert knowledge and practice, strong professional affiliations, the role will ensure VIT is well informed on contemporary cyber security and business continuity practice.
About the role
Salary range (Annualised): $95,000 - $105,635 plus 9.5% super (pro rata)
Be part of a forward-thinking, risk based regulator where ideas and opinions are valued. This role will require you to:
· Implement the project plan and embed the VGDSF across VIT;
· Assist with the process of selecting a service provider to provide analysis and management of SIEM and establish a monitoring process on the quality and timeliness of the analysis by the selected provider;
· Provide advice and reports to management on information security and business continuity incidents covering malicious code, weaponised documents and any other business continuity events;
· Develop and enhance Information Security, Cybersecurity and business continuity policies, processes, systems and procedures including establishing and maintaining a process of monitoring compliance with Cyber Security and Business Continuity policy
· Conduct environment scanning on cyber -Security threats, threat containment trends and mitigation techniques and determine implications for VIT;
· Produce and publish security education, awareness and training sessions to all staff;
As an experienced Risk Advisor, you will have sound and practical knowledge of current information security and business continuity risk management. You will have experience working with ICT security risk management and ideally a passion for better practice in risk management techniques.
You will have strong communication and interpersonal skills combined with a highly organised approach and a proven track record in embedding frameworks specifically ICT security and risk management, In addition to this, as the successful candidate, you will be collaborative; teamwork focused and resilient.
VIT offers a supportive, inclusive working environment, plus an attractive remuneration package and flexible work options. Our team of diverse, high performing individuals are talented, supportive and inclusive. Every role within VIT provides for the safety and wellbeing of children; our work enables quality teaching and the best educational outcomes for young Victorians.
VIT promotes and encourages the Victorian Public sector Employee’s Code of Conduct of responsiveness, integrity, impartiality, accountability, respect, leadership and human rights.
We pride ourselves on allowing our staff to grow to their full potential, by offering new professional challenges and providing career growth opportunities.
VIT is centrally located at 628 Bourke Street near Southern Cross Station in modern and up to date offices.
Please see attached position description for more information and information on How to Apply.
Our Recruitment and Selection Process
Our recruitment and selection process is based on the public sector employment principles and will include the following overarching principles:
· Our decisions will be based on merit. We will assess each applicant’s skills, knowledge, attributes and qualifications objectively against the key selection criteria.
· We will be fair, reasonable and equitable. We will provide equal employment opportunities.
· We will be objective.
· We will comply with our privacy obligations during the recruitment and selection process.
During the recruitment and selection process, shortlisted applicants may be asked to submit to various assessment tools and pre-employment screenings. This may include consent to conduct a national police check.
HOW TO APPLY
Please apply online here https://jobs.careers.vic.gov.au/jobs/VG-VITSS024. Your application needs to include the following:
· A cover letter (no more than two pages, addressing your claims against the Key Selection Criteria contained in the Position Description)
· A resume, including the names of at least two professional referees, one of whom should be your current or a recent supervisor.
OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION
The selection of the role will be undertaken in line with VIT’s standard recruitment process and may include the following assessment methods:
· Psychometric, personality or suitability assessment
· Work sample of job knowledge assessment
· Reference checking
· Criminal record and employment suitability checks.
CONDITIONS AND BENEFITS
The preferred applicants are subject to a pre-employment screening. This may include:
· submitting to a Nationally Co-ordinated Criminal History Check that produces a satisfactory result.
· passing a Working with Children assessment
· verifying employment history
· producing academic records and professional qualifications
· evidencing residency status.
The successful applicant may be required to complete Fitness to Work and Conflict of Interest Declaration forms.
A probationary period may also apply to the successful applicant.
The Victorian Institute of Teaching has a legal obligation under the Migration Act 1958 (Section 245 AB), to ensure all employees have the right to work in Australia. VIT will therefore ask you to provide proof of that right in the form of:
· A valid Australian passport; or
· An expired Australian passport and an Australian driver licence; or
· An Australian citizenship certificate and an Australian driver licence or photo ID; or
· An Australian birth certificate and an Australian driver licence or photo ID; or
· A certificate of evidence of Australian citizenship and an Australian driver licence or photo ID.
Residency Status - The applicant must be:
· An Australia citizen
· Permanent resident in Australia under any law of the Commonwealth
· Entitled to permanent residency in Australia under any law of the Commonweath
· Visa holder with work rights that cover the full period of the advertised position and who will be resident in Victoria for a sufficient period to enable them to undertake the duties of the position.
· A valid passport
· A valid work visa
The VIT promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment.
VIT is an inclusive organisation and supports participation of people with a disability. Should you require support or modification to the recruitment process please email: email@example.com or telephone 8601 6180.
Other terms and conditions of employment can be found in the Victorian Institute of Teaching Enterprise Agreement 2016 (https://www.fwc.gov.au/documents/documents/agreements/fwa/ae427890.pdf).
Employees of VIT can enjoy a range of generous Victorian Government employment benefits. These include competitive salaries, flexible employment arrangements, and training and development opportunities (see www.careers.vic.gov.au/why/benefits-conditions).
We are collecting your personal information for the purposes of processing and consideration your application for employment. We will use and disclose the information we collect from you only for these purposes. Unsuccessful job applications are retained for six (6) months and then securely destroyed.
Your personal information is kept secure and confidential and managed in accordance with our legal obligations including those in the Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014, the Health Records Act 2001, and the Public Records Act 1973.
Work type: Full time - Fixed term/Contract
Categories: Accounting, Audit and Finance
About the role
This key executive role reports to the Chair, Audit and Risk Committee of Council with an administrative reporting line to CFO. The Chief Audit and Risk Officer is responsible for the oversight and delivery of the strategic framework for assurance (including the ‘three lines of defence’ model) and continuing compliance with international, Federal and State Government legislation and regulations across all relevant jurisdictions.
The role encompasses four key areas: Internal Audit, Compliance, Policy Governance and Risk Management. The principal function of Internal Audit is to provide Council and the Vice-Chancellor with independent and objective assurance that is designed to add value to and improve RMIT's operations. The role is also responsible for oversight and development of the University risk management and policy frameworks and management of the business continuity and insurance programs to ensure the University becomes more risk resilient and can achieve an acceptable balance between retention and transfer of insurable risks.
The role is a source of expert advice to the senior executive on complex matters relating to legislation and regulation as it affects the operations of a global university and oversees the dissemination of relevant knowledge and the building of capability - across all sections of the broader University community. The role is also responsible for leading the University's response to review activity undertaken by regulatory agencies and for ensuring measures are in place to support ongoing compliance and registration where applicable. The Chief Audit and Risk Officer represents RMIT's interests with Government and with external regulatory and security agencies. The role is also responsible for management, maintenance and assurance of policy governance across the RMIT Group.
- Extensive experience in a senior management position in a complex organisation responsible for compliance, risk, regulation, policy, business continuity and insurance and internal audit.
- Extensive experience reporting to senior stakeholder groups and governance bodies.
- A thorough knowledge of professional standards, frameworks and tools to support compliance, risk and regulation, and the theory and application of modern auditing standards, methodologies and techniques, whilst ensuring independence of the function.
- Strong relationship skills with a demonstrated track record in managing regulator, government and other key stakeholder relationships.
- Highly developed diagnostic, analytical and conceptual skills to quickly identify and drive creative solutions and practical strategy implementation
- Ability to lead, guide and coordinate multidisciplinary staff to create an engaged high-performing team and credibility for the function.
- Knowledge of the regulatory and accreditation frameworks relevant to higher, vocational and international education.
- High level interpersonal, communication and diplomacy skills.
- Demonstrated ability to contribute effectively in a senior management team environment that requires understanding and respect for other functions, attitudes and perspectives.
Tertiary qualification in Commerce, Finance or Legal is essential, a post graduate qualification would be highly regarded.
Note: Appointment to this position is subject to passing a Working with Children check.
For a copy of the candidate prospectus or a confidential discussion please email firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter outlining your interest for this role.
Applications close 27th February 2020.
We are also happy to make adjustments to the recruitment process for your unique accessibility requirements. Please email TalentSupport@rmit.edu.au with your request(s).
RMIT is an equal opportunity employer committed to being a child safe organisation. We are dedicated to attracting, retaining and developing our people regardless of gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability and age. Applications are encouraged from all sectors of the community and we strongly encourage applications from the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander community.
Application close: 27 Feb 2020 11:55 PM AUS Eastern Daylight Time
The Law Society is responsible for the administration of the Professional Indemnity Insurance Scheme for the Legal Profession in South Australia. The Society also provides Risk Management analysis, education and resources to assist Law Practices implement risk management strategies.
This position, working within a small team, will:
• Develop, deliver and administer the dynamic risk management program aimed at decreasing the incidence of claims;
• Attend to enquiries from legal practitioners relating to risk management issues;
• Identify opportunities for improving the performance of risk management activities;
• Implement and evaluate the approved policies, direction and program scope.
The applicant requires:
• At least 3 years’ experience in Risk Management in a legal, other professional services or commercial environment;
• Outstanding interpersonal skills;
• A sound understanding of risk exposure and risk management;
• Research and report writing skills;
• Experience in preparation of information and educational materials; and
A Practising Certificate or eligibility to be admitted as a legal practitioner may be an advantage, as may experience working in a Legal Practice in South Australia.
Applications close at 5 pm on the 29th February 2020 and should be marked “Private and Confidential” and addressed to the Chief Operations Officer via email: email@example.com.
Applicants must address each of the criteria set out in the position specifications which is available here.
Employment will be subject to a satisfactory police check.
Reference no: 493267
Work type: Continuing - Full Time
Categories: Governance, Internal Audit/Risk Management, Professional
- Newly created strategic role in a brand new team
- Work in a dynamic team environment and engage with multiple collaborators to develop the University’s enterprise-wide risk management framework
- Apply your knowledge and experience to shape risk management policies, processes, and practices
- Continuing, Full Time
- Level 7 - $85,632 to $93,613 pa (plus 17% superannuation)
Support the Director, Risk and Compliance in managing a robust enterprise risk management framework for the University by facilitating and coordinating risk assessments, including the identification, analysis, evaluation, and treatment of existing and emerging risks. You will also play a key role in fostering a culture of continuous improvement across the University through awareness, education, and training.
To be successful you will have:
- Qualifications in a relevant discipline with subsequent relevant experience in enterprise-wide risk management or an equivalent level of knowledge gained through any other combination of education, training and/or experience.
- Experience in business cycle mapping to identify, analyse, evaluate, and treat risks.
- Knowledge of relevant standards and legislation as they apply to risk management and understanding of contemporary and best practice governance, organisational and management frameworks, principles, processes and systems.
Charles Sturt University is a young and growing university committed to developing far-sighted people who help their communities grow and flourish. We make a significant contribution to the prosperity and vibrancy of our rural and regional communities, with a reach and impact across Australia and internationally. We work together with industry, communities and students to create new thinking, inspire each other and make a positive and progressive contribution to the world.
The Office of Governance and Corporate Affairs is responsible for coordinating the governance of the University and is required to provide executive support to senior committees of the University. The Office of Governance and Corporate Affairs is also responsible for providing advice to the Vice-Chancellor, senior executives and staff of the University in relation to University governance, internal audit and risk management, investigations/appeals and complaints, legislative compliance, legal requirements, policy management and records management.
CSU offers a great work-life balance, professional development opportunities and generous financial benefits.
Charles Sturt University is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. Applications are encouraged from Indigenous Australians; people with a disability; women (particularly for senior and non-traditional roles); people who identify as LGBTIQ; and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
This position is open to Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents; or applicants who hold a current valid work visa commensurate with this position.
Applicants are expected to apply online and address the selection criteria in the position description. If you experience difficulties applying online or for further information on completing the application process please visit our how to apply page or contact us.
Additional information is available in the position description or by contacting:
Marcos Tabacow | Director, Risk and Compliance | firstname.lastname@example.org | Ph: 02 6338 6384
Closing Date: 11 pm, 22 March 2020