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Director of Mission Integration CHCK » Kogarah, NSW - Sydney, NSW - to $82.42 per hour Please apply via About the role The Director of Mission Integration provides executive leadership in promoting... the mission and core values of Calvary. The leadership of the Director of Mission Integration supports the strategic goals... • Mon, 26 FebNSW Health$69.18 - 82.42 per hour
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Director ICT Operations | Full-time Permanent » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Closes: 13 March 2024 Classification: Senior Officer Grade B Salary: $140,226 - $157,418 plus superannuation Position No: 07226 Directorate: Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Advertised (Gazettal date): 28 February 2024 Contact Officer: Daniel Ruecroft on act.gov.au or (02) 6205 8 Details: Digital, Data and Technology Solutions is looking for an energetic person to join Education ICT as Director, ICT Operations. The successful candidate will lead a multidisciplinary team and provide strategic advice on Information and Communication Technology within a fast-paced Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) environment. The role will manage the Education Directorate’s Hardware, Software and Access Management lifecycle including the management of application and service contracts on behalf of the Directorate. To succeed in this position you will need to have strong negotiation and liaison skills with a proven ability to build partnerships with a range of stakeholders to ensure delivery of ICT services that align with the Directorate, DDTS and ACT Government strategy. Eligibility/Other Requirements: A current ACT Government CMTEDD issued Personnel Vetting Program certificate (Baseline clearance equivalent) is required for this position, or the ability to obtain and maintain one. Notes: 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. An order of merit will be established from this selection process and may be used to fill future identical vacancies over the next 12 months. How to Apply: To apply for this position please provide your curriculum vitae with contact details of two referees and a maximum three-page pitch addressing how your knowledge and experience capture the skills, knowledge and behavioural capabilities that make you the best candidate for this role. Applications should be submitted via the Apply Now button below. LI-DNI • Thu, 29 FebChief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Directorate ACT
Director Social Work/Deputy Director Operations (Allied Health) Women & Children » Box Hill, Whitehorse Area - INTERIM DIRECTOR OF SOCIAL WORK/DEPUTY DIRECTOR OPERATIONS ALLIED HEALTH, WOMEN & CHILDREN Make an impact on a large scale - professionally and operationally - across Social Work and Allied Health Expand your skills and experiences in governance and leadership at a professional and operational level Work with a diverse range of passionate, skilled teams, committed to achieving our Eastern Health vision for Healthier Together. Eastern Health Eastern Health is one of Melbourne’s largest public health services. We provide a range of emergency, surgical, medical and general healthcare services, including maternity, palliative care, mental health, drug and alcohol, residential care, community health and state-wide specialist services to people and communities that are diverse in culture, age, socio-economic status, population and healthcare needs. About the role Permanent, fulltime, Grade 6 (SC48) classification Based at Angliss, with options to travel across EH sites and negotiate capacity for working from home Long service leave cover from 1 April 2024 until 23 Feb 2025. Eastern Health Social Work proudly employs over 240 Social Workers across the full continuum of care, from ED through a wide range of acute and sub-acute in-patient services to a large suite of ambulatory post-acute, primary and preventative health services in the Physical Health and Mental Health settings, as well as Residential Aged Care. We have recently introduced Social Work Allied Health Assistants into our workforce and are excited to continue to expand these roles. This role is seeking an experienced Social Work leader who is passionate about enabling the potential within their teams to achieve the EH vision for Healthier Together through clear, effective governance and the enablement of a healthy culture of collaboration, learning and growth where our clinicians and services constantly evolve to reflect the needs of our patients, our teams, our organisation and the latest professional evidence base. You will be ably supported by a committed team of grade 4 clinical leads and managers within our Social Work Professional Council as you inform, innovate and grow the professional workforce and models of care, monitoring their impact across the network and partnering closely with our Learning and Teaching directorate and Allied Health Research Unit to achieve this. This role also offers an exciting opportunity to provide operational leadership within the Women and Children program within our Clinical Operations Directorate. As a Deputy Director of Operations (Allied Health) within this program, you will hold operational responsibility for allied health staff working within our maternity and paediatric services, as well as our Victorian Paediatric Rehabilitation Service (VPRS) and Eastern Centre for Sexual Assault (ECASA), partnering with operational and clinical colleagues within the program and relevant profession directors to deliver on key operational objectives and optimise allied health contributions to the safety and success of these services. About you To be successful in this role you will possess: Membership of ASWA or demonstrated eligibility for Demonstrated high-level leadership, innovative thinking and change management skills Demonstrated clinical and management experience across the continuum of care as well as multi-disciplinary models of care Demonstrated expertise in healthcare finance and budget management Demonstrated expertise in health industry workforce, industrial systems and clinical governance Demonstrated ability to lead high performing teams and individuals and address underperformance issues as they arise Demonstrated ability to develop and successfully implement creative solutions to complex systemic and organisational problems Excellent skills in collaboration, teamwork and creating & sustaining a positive workplace culture Awareness and understanding of National Standards and Accreditation Standards High level communication, written and verbal, with demonstrated high level of interpersonal skills with consumers, their families and all health care professionals Commitment to ongoing professional development Desirable Post-graduate qualifications in management or other appropriate field (desirable) Research, publication and public presentation skills Please refer to the attached position description for further details of the role. Vaccination against infectious disease is a mandatory requirement of this role. An offer of employment is conditional on you providing evidence that you are currently vaccinated against COVID-19 with booster & Influenza, prior to commencing employment . What we offer Eastern Health offers a variety of fantastic Employee Benefits, view the extensive range here Diverse and engaging career opportunities Friendly & supportive team Flexible working hours Salary packaging options Career progression in our teaching hospitals Next Steps If you believe you have the ability to make a difference in this rewarding industry, apply today Please note: All applications must be submitted online via E-Mercury All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Fit2Work Check, where preferred candidates will be required to complete a Criminal History Check at the expense of Eastern Health. You must have Australian work rights to apply for this position. Recruitment agency applications will not be accepted. Eastern Health is a child safe organisation, committed to promoting the wellbeing and cultural safety of Aboriginal children, children with disabilities and all children in their diversity. Eastern Health is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment that welcomes and values all people. We recognise that diversity is essential in ensuring Eastern Health provides the best service to its consumers. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, women, those from the LGBTIQ community, people living with disability and those from a culturally and linguistically diverse background, are strongly encouraged to apply. Those seeking support in submitting an application are welcome to contact the hiring manager listed or feel free to contact the Talent Acquisition team . Values in Action: Respect for all | Safe always | Partnering in care | Learning and improving every day Please note applications will be screened upon receipt and interviewing commencing immediately, so enquire & apply early as advertising may close prior to the closing date. • Thu, 29 FebEastern Health
Executive Director of Operations Mackay » Australia - Job details Position status Contract Position type Full-time Occupational group Executive Classification HES3 Workplace Location Mackay region Job ad reference QLD/548336 Closing date 08-Mar-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Refer to Role Description Contact person Rhodie Miller, HardyGroup Contact details 0422 816 557 Access the National Relay Service Exciting Executive Leadership Role based in the Mackay Whitsunday Region Seeking Experienced Collaborative Leader Competitive Salary and Lifestyle Opportunity Strong Health and Hospital Operations Background The Mackay Hospital and Health Service (Mackay HHS) based in the beautiful Mackay-Whitsunday Region is focused on future sustainability and building the best regional hospital and health service in Queensland. The HHS services approximately 182,000 people in an area of around 90,000km2 through its six hospitals, two Multi-Purpose Health Services and four community health services, and employs more than 3700 staff. The Mackay Base Hospital is the referral hospital for smaller facilities at Bowen, Dysart, Clermont, Collinsville, Moranbah and Sarina. The organisation is now seeking to appoint an Executive Director of Operations Mackay reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer. The Executive Director of Operations Mackay for the operational clinical services and non- clinical support services, providing strategic leadership, direction and day-to- day management of the Mackay Hospital and services within the portfolio, to optimise quality health care and business outcomes. Key accountabilities include, the effective and efficient delivery of all operational, clinical services, and non- clinical support services for your portfolio. Delivery of effective health promotion and prevention programs to improve the health of the population of Mackay Hospital and Health Service. Appropriate stratification of care needs, to maintain and/or improve patient health and well-being throughout the care journey and delivery of acute services for both planned and unplanned admissions across a diverse range of specialties that are integrated as appropriate. Currently Staffing and budget responsibilities, are approximately $350 million with 6 direct reports and a staff cohort of around 1750. As an Executive, the position holder contributes effectively to the broad strategic agenda for the organisation. That agenda will encompass the delivery of safe and equitable health services and be a partner in delivering a wide range of services to the population of Mackay and its surrounding areas with the intrinsic intention of improving the health of the people it serves. Working for the Mackay Hospital and Health Service offers all the benefits of coast and country living and the convenience of a growing regional city where you can pursue a wide range of interests and lifestyles in a secure, family-friendly and culturally diverse environment. For a confidential discussion, please contact Principal Search Consultant, Rhodie Miller on 61 (0)422 816 557 or via rmillerhardygroupintl.com. Closing date: Friday 8 March 2024 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 • Thu, 29 FebQueensland Government
Director, Technology Operations , Queensland Health » Brisbane, QLD - Contact details 3199 2700 Access the The Director, Technology Operations will lease an effective and client focussed team to deliver...Corporate Technology Services is seeking an innovative Technology Operations leader to oversee Queensland Heath's core... • Thu, 29 FebQueensland Government

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Cyber Security Operations Director » Australian Capital Territory, Australia - Be responsible for developing and leading a mature operations command centre - the Cyber Integration Centre (CIC), and Cyber Engineering (CE) teams. Quigly are a boutique consultancy with a great network of clients across many industries. Currently we are looking for a Security Operations Director for our fantastic client to join the Canberra based team as part of the Information Security Office. This is a permanent role. Purpose The Information Security Office (ISO) plays a critical role in leading and operating the organisations capabilities for the protection of information and communication technology systems within the digital and non-digital information eco-systems. The ISO mission areas are cybersecurity, information security culture, foreign interference, supply chain, counter-fraud, information security governance, security design and accreditation, data protection, and insider threats and cyber-harassment. The Security Operations Director leads the Cyber Integration Centre (CIC) and Cyber Engineering (CE) teams within the Information Security Office and will take a lead role in driving the improvement of the organisations information security posture. The position is responsible for overseeing the evolution of technical and operational security platforms, the delivery of the technical aspects of the Information Security Strategy, and the development of a mature operations command centre. Role details Reporting to the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), the Security Operations Director will be responsible for developing and leading a mature operations command centre - the Cyber Integration Centre (CIC), and Cyber Engineering (CE) teams within the Information Security Office. The Security Operations Director will provide leadership, coordination and development of staff responsible for operational security and engineering activities, including detection, response, prevention, and security standards. The role will also oversee the evolution of the operational security platforms and instil a culture of continuous innovation, improvement, and inclusion. Our client embrace flexibility and balance so they offer a 4 day work week or equivalent hours In this role you will Lead the development, management and evolution of the Cyber Integration Centre and Cyber Engineering teams. Provide high-level expertise to shape the strategic direction of information security; and provide relevant advice and leadership to drive organisational and operational information security outcomes. Deliver and maintain effective leadership of information security operations, supporting staff career development, knowledge sharing and building a highly performing team Provide specialist expertise, support, and advice on delivery of key initiatives. This includes conceptualising and leading implementation of the Information Security Strategy and Program. Deliver strategic, responsive, and expert advice and progress reporting to Chief Information Security Officer and key stakeholders. Effectively and proactively contribute at a senior level to the ISO planning, policies and activities to support achievement of strategic priorities. Engage and manage vendor and vendor resources. Build, develop and maintain effective and collaborative strategic partnerships across the organisation and with ISO stakeholders to positively exercise influence on behalf of ISO. About You You have lived and breathed Cyber Security for many years. It is at your core. Postgraduate qualifications and demonstrated significant relevant experience in information security and operations, or an equivalent combination of experience and education/training. Strong experience in developing and leading information security operations and a proven understanding of security technology and the emerging threat landscape. Demonstrated deep technical knowledge of information security operations, information technology trends, programs, systems, and platforms. Demonstrated high level of achievement and management experience at a senior level in a complex organisation and service delivery environment. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and demonstrated high level experience and proven ability to build and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external stakeholders A demonstrated ability to take innovative approaches leading to process improvement and the achievement of strategic goals. Demonstrable inclusive leadership skills to build high-performing teams Demonstrated high-level of understanding of equal opportunity principles and occupational health and safety in the workplace This is a security-vetted position. All applicants must be Australian Citizens and based in Canberra. Please note you must be located in Australia to apply for this role. If you think this sounds like you, we want to hear from you, so please go ahead, send your CV today. • Wed, 28 FebQuigly Cyber
Director, Sales Operations Management » Sydney, Sydney Region - Job Description What you get to do in this role: Lead, organize, and manage business operations for the global Sales function, including handling executive-level special projects and working collaboratively and cross-functionally with other global functions and business teams. The global Sales function interacts with virtually every aspect of the company, with some members embedded within other teams. This is a highly matrixed organization operating in a dynamic, high-growth global business environment. Lead and drive operational aspects of the function, including global budget management, operational dashboards, monitoring and measurement of communications activities. Work directly with global sales leadership teams to drive special projects, organizational development, and strategy. Track KPIs and work with leadership team to ensure successful outcomes. Work closely with the broader sales leadership team and other company executives to ensure alignment of strategies, objective and activities; manage special projects and events as needed. Ensure best practice implementation and operational excellence across entire function. Drive consistent communications of priorities, activities, and results to team and relevant company stakeholders. Support presentation and reporting needs for the Sales function. Collaborate with the leadership team to develop the annual objectives and coordinate organization-wide goals. Report quarterly accomplishments. Help support and lead purpose and culture of team and company. • Wed, 28 FebServiceNow
Senior Director, Clinical Operations-Australia » Australia - Position Summary: As The Senior Director, Clinical Operations you will be a key member of the Development Operations... response to internally identified system/process weaknesses and/or customer complaints related to Clinical Operations. Support... • Wed, 28 FebCatalyst Clinical Research LLC
Associate Director, Office of the University Librarian » Queensland - opportunities and needs. This includes ensuring that the Library is working within its financial plan. The Associate Director... responsibilities will include: Provide expert advice and high-level strategy and operations input to the University Librarian... • Wed, 28 FebThe University of Queensland$142104 - 189126 per year
Executive Director, Finance and Governance (EA2024/52) » Adelaide, SA - and those from different cultural backgrounds are encouraged to apply. What you will do as the Executive Director, Finance and Governance... As the Executive Director, Finance and Governance, you will provide leadership to manage AER's finance, corporate reporting... • Wed, 28 FebAustralian Competition and Consumer Commission$155684 per year
Director ICT Operations Full-time Permanent » Australian Capital Territory, Australia - Digital, Data and Technology Solutions is looking for an energetic person to join Education ICT as Director, ICT Operations. The successful candidate will lead a multidisciplinary team and provide strategic advice on Information and Communication Technology within a fast-paced Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) environment. The role will manage the Education Directorate’s Hardware, Software and Access Management lifecycle including the management of application and service contracts on behalf of the Directorate. To succeed in this position you will need to have strong negotiation and liaison skills with a proven ability to build partnerships with a range of stakeholders to ensure delivery of ICT services that align with the Directorate, DDTS and ACT Government strategy. Eligibility/Other Requirements: A current ACT Government CMTEDD issued Personnel Vetting Program certificate (Baseline clearance equivalent) is required for this position, or the ability to obtain and maintain one. Notes: 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. An order of merit will be established from this selection process and may be used to fill future identical vacancies over the next 12 months. How to Apply: To apply for this position please provide your curriculum vitae with contact details of two referees and a maximum three-page pitch addressing how your knowledge and experience capture the skills, knowledge and behavioural capabilities that make you the best candidate for this role. Applications should be submitted via the Apply Now button below. LI-DNI • Wed, 28 FebACT Government
Director, Incident Management » North Ryde, NSW - of best practices, and ability to develop tools to automate incident management. We are looking for a Software Director to join OCI..., and operations. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Strong analytic and problem-solving skills. Strong leadership, project planning... • Wed, 28 FebOracle
Director of Human Resources » Perth, WA - Director of Human Resources will report directly to the property General Manager, with a dotted-line (functional) reporting... relationship to the Regional Senior Director of Human Resources and will be an integral member of the property executive committee... • Wed, 28 FebMarriott
Director Site Operations, Royal North Shore Hospital » Royal North Shore Hospital, NSW - An exciting opportunity to lead the development of the site operations portfolio that includes corporate services...) What you'll be doing Leadership and management of all corporate services and site operations through the General Manager at RNSH... • Wed, 28 FebNSW Health
Senior Director, Clinical Operations-Australia » Australia - As The Senior Director, Clinical Operations you will be a key member of the Development Operations Team. You will be responsible for operational delivery of the studies and/or programs across the Asia Pacific team. You will contribute towards development of the methodology for conduct of the clinical trials, improving current methodology, and being accountable. Position Accountabilities/Responsibilities: Accountable for the activities of the Asia Pacific team members . May perform some or all PM responsibilities on key projects or as needed to support direct reports and/or clients . Support project activities leading to building client relationships for defines customers and/or contracts; deliver “The Catalyst impact.” Provide input into development of the planning and reporting framework based on and utilizing the core systems, internal KPIs and in line with external customer expectations . Review KPIs tracked per project to monitor overall project delivery and client satisfaction and to take a proactive approach in management engagement and awareness of the project status . Develop SOPs to govern the A sia Pacific function . Identify the need and support development of the Project specific SOPs . Accountable for the financial management of the projects . Responsible for the financial management of the A sia Pacific function . Provide input into development of the departmental budget . Take part in the development and implementation of the revenue recognition, project profitability, contract scope management and invoicing methodologies . Represent A sia Pacific function during QA audits. Accountable for overall project and A sia Pacific team members readiness for the QA audits . Complete CAPA in response to internally identified system/process weaknesses and/or customer complaints related to Clinical Operations. Support to Business Development representatives for the “solutioneering” of appropriate solutions for customers individual needs and the closing and contracting of new business . Drive operational elements of proposals and Bid Defense materials in collaboration with other team members . Other responsibilities and ad hoc projects as required. Supervisory Requirements/Responsibilities: Position will have management responsibilities. Development, oversight, and direction of departmental staff which may include interviewing, terminations, training, personal growth, retention plans, coaching/performance management, goal setting, & salary. Position Qualifications and Requirements: Education: University/college degree (life sciences preferred) or certification in a related allied health profession from an appropriately accredited institution, such as nursing, medical or laboratory technology. Master’s Degree in scientific or business discipline preferred. Experience: 10 years in a clinical research setting with a progression of increased responsibility over time. 2 years of management experience in a CRO setting with in depth knowledge of the project management activities. Previous exposure to and experience of Oncology specific clinical development complexities. Required Certifications : N/A Required Skills : Strong knowledge of the drug development process and FDA regulations, ICH GCP guidelines, and their application to clinical trials. Ability to lead team meetings and teleconferences and provide accurate and comprehensive minutes. Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Excellent presentation skills. Strong organizational, problem-solving, and analytical skills. Ability to manage priorities and workflow. Versatility, flexibility, and a willingness to work within constantly changing priorities. Proven ability to handle multiple projects and meet deadlines. Strong interpersonal skills. Ability to deal effectively with a diversity of individuals at all organizational levels. Commitment to excellence and high standards. Creative, flexible, and innovative team player. Ability to work independently and as a member of various teams and committees. Good judgement with the ability to make timely and sound decisions. Ability and willingness to travel to investigator meetings, investigate sites and bid defense meetings, etc., up to 50%. Working Conditions: ​​ ​​ Sedentary work that primarily involves sitting/standing ​ . To be considered for this position, applicants must have the legal right to work in Australia. Australian citizenship, permanent residency, or an appropriate work visa is required for this role. We do not offer visa sponsorship for this position. Powered by JazzHR • Wed, 28 FebCatalyst Clinical Research LLC
EL1 Assistant Director HSW Operations » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - The HSW Operations team is responsible for the consistent implementation of HSW systems, strategy and standards across all groups and divisions. The operational team are the ‘boots on the ground’ who play a pivotal role in enabling the department to have a unified approach to implementing HSW by providing oversight, guidance, and support to front-line HSW staff and managers. The Assistant Director is responsible for leading a regional operations team that provides HSW support and services across the department to assist and embed sound and consistent HSW practices. The HSW Assistant Director Operations reports directly to the HSW Director Operations. They are required to proactively collaborate and partner with internal and external stakeholders to deliver HSW advice and built professional relationships. They are also required to work as part of the leadership team to develop, implement and evaluate risk management policies and programs, train employees in workplace health and safety procedures, monitor and audit the workplace, and record and investigate incidents to ensure safe working conditions. HSW Assistant Operations position leads a team of diverse skill-sets and backgrounds, and is required to coach, and mentor employees to effectively meet objectives and goals of the organisation. Estimated Start Date: TBC Initial Contract: 12-months contract (Non-ongoing) Location: Brisbane Working Arrangements: The HSW Assistant Director Operations may be required to travel interstate and /or to remote locations. Security Clearance: Baseline Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Lead and manage a WHS team. Provide timely advice and technical expertise and engage with managers, supervisors and employees to build capability and enable sustained and continual improvements in WHS. Provide timely advice, expertise and consultancy to Executives, Senior Management and Supervisors and build the capability of the business to ensure sustained and continual improvement in WHS and injury management. Manage the reporting and investigation of incidents including leading serious incident investigation with sections to ensure appropriate analysis and effective mitigation/prevention of their recurrence. Undertake risk management activities and monitor and analyse WHS data to identify trends, merging issues and improvement opportunities and report on WHS performance on a quarterly and annual basis. Prepare complex and/or sensitive correspondence, corporate documents, reports, submissions, proposal papers and notes. Lead, coach and manage the APS 6 Senior HSW Advisors and APS 5 HSW Advisors to produce quality outcomes. Advise on and contribute to the development of WHS policies, procedures, guidelines, technical capability and training. Identify, establish and enhance client/customer relationships and internal/external stakeholder relationships to obtain information and ensure alignment with organisational priorities, promoting own agency’s objectives and facilitating cross-agency planning to achieve operational outcomes. Knowledge and experience Working knowledge and understanding of the Work Health Safety Act 2011 (Cth), Work Health and Safety Regulations 2011 (Cth), Work Health Safety Codes of Practice, and relevant Australian Standards, and their application in a complex operational environment. At least 5-7 year's experience in a comparable role, with experience leading others. Experience in promoting advances in safety culture and safety systems. Think strategically, applying problem solving and decision-making skills to resolve complex issues involving multiple stakeholders. A good understanding of WHS technical / risk management. Communicate efficiently and effectively about HSW risks, frameworks, policies, and procedures to employees of diverse skill sets, language and cultural backgrounds. Manage stakeholders and building and maintain effective workplace relationships. Adapt and work flexibly and effectively in times of uncertainty or major change. Influence, negotiate and provide trusted advice on HSW operations, systems and processes. Communicate HSW performance data throughout the organisation, identifying trends and providing insights for a range of audiences. Understand and communicate priorities, monitor progress, anticipate potential changes and drive delivery of HSW programs. Identify innovative HSW solutions and support their implementation. Consider a diverse range of stakeholder needs, accounting for the broad range of operational and cultural contexts in which the department and its people operate with sensitivity and appropriate care. Apply professional judgement in potentially ambiguous circumstances, exercising a significant degree of independence while factoring in critical risks. Develop and maintain key strategic relationships to ensure HSW objectives are achieved. Foster a mindset of continuous improvement within yourself and those you lead, undertaking professional development and training as needed. Mandatory qualifications Certificate IV in WHS (BSB42012/BSB41415)/OHS (BSB41407/BSB41604) or equivalent relevant to the position. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples are encouraged to apply. To apply please click apply or call Jericho Martinez on 61 3 8628 2103 for a confidential discussion. The HSW Operations team is responsible for the consistent implementation of HSW systems, strategy and standards across all groups and divisions. The operational team are the ‘boots on the ground’ who play a pivotal role in enabling the department to have a unified • Wed, 28 FebFederal Government
Finance Director » Canberra, ACT - Title: Finance Director The Company Kellogg Brown and Root (KBR) is a leading Defence and Government professional... As a member of the Senior Leadership Team of KBR Government Solutions APAC, the Finance Director plays a key leadership role in... • Tue, 27 FebKBR
Stadium Sports Director - St Clair Recreation Centre » Australia - Recreation Centre located in between a vibrant community of Woodville South is looking for a Stadium Sports Director. As the... Stadium Sports Director, they will oversee the delivery of the stadium sports programs across a 6 court multi-purpose venue... • Tue, 27 FebYMCA South Australia$31.02 per hour
Corporate & Investment Bank – Regional Head of Global Credit Trading and APAC Credit Financing for Developed Markets - Executive Director » Sydney, NSW - and local relationships. As an Executive Director in the Global Credit Trading Team (“GCT”), you will primarily be responsible... businesses. The candidate will also work closely with our Risk partners as well as legal and Operations to build a best in class... • Tue, 27 FebJPMorgan Chase
Executive Director of Operations Mackay , Queensland Health » Mackay, QLD - , Moranbah and Sarina. The organisation is now seeking to appoint an Executive Director of Operations Mackay reporting directly... to the Chief Executive Officer. The Executive Director of Operations Mackay for the operational clinical services and non... • Tue, 27 FebQueensland Government
Director, Information Technology MQ Health » North Ryde, NSW - Director, Information Technology to lead the delivery of information and communication technology services to Macquarie... an annual plan and budget for ICT operations, projects and capital investment. A track record in the management of information... • Tue, 27 FebMacquarie University
Executive Director Quality & External Products, APAC » Fawkner, VIC - Quality Operations, this Executive Director of Quality and External Products, APAC leadership role will base in our Fawkner...: We have an exciting leadership position available in our Supply Chain Quality function. Reporting to the Executive Director, Global... • Tue, 27 FebSealed Air
Asset Management - Campbell Global - Acquisitions - Australasia - Executive Director » Sydney, NSW - and carbon. The Acquisitions - Australasia - Executive Director is a leader within the firm and is a highly strategic role... supporting CG's core business. As an Acquisitions - Australasia - Executive Director, you will play a significant role in the... • Tue, 27 FebJPMorgan Chase
Director of Front Office, Front Office » Southbank, VIC - Melbourne, VIC - The Langham, Melbourne is currently looking for a Director of Front Office to join our team. You will be responsible... for the leadership of over 40 colleagues, as Director of Front Office you will by a key department head and assist the team in... • Tue, 27 FebSOUTHGATE HOTEL MANAGEMENT PTY. LTD.$80001 - 100000 per year
Executive Director Quality & External Products, APAC » Fawkner, VIC - Quality Operations, this Executive Director of Quality and External Products, APAC leadership role will base in our Fawkner...: We have an exciting leadership position available in our Supply Chain Quality function. Reporting to the Executive Director, Global... • Tue, 27 FebSealed Air
Technical Director - Environmental - Darwin » Darwin, NT - (including closure planning) and Defence operations. Our successful and growing Northern Australia Environment Team works... environmental scientist and/or technical director to join our Darwin-based team. The role will see you travelling across the Top End... • Tue, 27 FebAtlam Group
EL1 Assistant Director Financial Operations » Australia - About the role: The Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA) is responsible for managing the application of bankruptcy and personal property securities laws through the delivery of high-quality personal insolvency and trustee, regulation and enforcement, and personal property securities services. The Corporate Services Division is responsible for delivering a range of business and enabling services that support the Australian Financial Security Authority purpose through partnering with business divisions that regulate Australia's personal insolvency and personal property securities programs. The division provides professional services and leadership that promotes the efficient and effective operations of the agency whilst ensuring compliance with commonwealth legislation, polices and guidelines and promoting integrity, accountability, and transparency. Purpose of the Position As a direct report to the Chief Financial Officer, this position assumes leadership and authoritative oversight of the Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Treasury, and Special Accounts functions within AFSA. It encompasses all aspects of accounting operations, including the design, implementation, and maintenance of operational policies and internal controls tailored to the unique context of the Commonwealth Government. The key duties of the position include As the Assistant Director Financial Operations, you will: Lead a Financial Operations Team, overseeing vendor and creditor management, payments, credit cards and treasury while fostering team growth, development and collaboration through effective leadership and mentorship. Apply advanced knowledge to ensure compliance with governance, legislation, industry standards and best practices while providing accurate information to Stakeholders of all levels and experience. Oversee the management of all critical financial records to uphold compliance with legislative mandates and AFSA policies, processes, and procedures. This includes maintaining meticulous records and adhering closely to established guidelines, guaranteeing AFSA's adherence to regulatory standards and completeness for audit. Provide strategic reporting of financial operations data needed for informed decision making, focused on aligning to the strategic goals, and driving sustainable growth. Oversees operational practices, providing guidance on developing, and implementing best practice procedures and guidelines to foster continuous improvement. Lead and prioritise the development your team to ensure the consistent delivery of high-quality outcomes, sharing your expertise and providing mentorship. Empowering team members to reach their full potential through a culture of collaboration and continuous learning; fostering an environment where excellence flourishes, driving success within the organisation. All duties will be performed in accordance with: the APS Values, Code of Conduct and Employment Principles WHS obligations, taking responsibility for own health and safety and that of others. AFSA's risk management framework and relevant legislation, including guiding others to identify and mitigate foreseeable risks. Core skills and capabilities To be successful in this role, you will bring confident communications skills, expertise in Commonwealth government financial frameworks, deep understanding of financial operations as well as functional leadership to the finance team. You will also demonstrate the following capabilities: Fosters a service culture. Keep clients and stakeholders at the centre of all thinking, decisions, and actions, including internal systems and processes. Demonstrate empathy and listen deeply, to understand the stakeholder's context, challenges and needs. Keep one's word and follow through any promise or commitment made to the stakeholder. Financial Management Demonstrates specialist in-depth knowledge, ensures effective performance and service delivery of financial operations functions in accordance with policies and legislative requirements and provides tactical direction to achieve organisational financial objectives. Communicates Effectively Provides high level advice to staff, management, and clients, develops, and presents persuasive arguments, negotiates more complex, sensitive, and contentious matters and represents the work unit and/or Business Line within and outside the agency. Stakeholder Liaison and Management Manages and promotes collaborative and cooperative interactions across operational areas of the business and external stakeholders to facilitate open communication. Qualifications accreditations and experience Knowledge of or experience in Federal Government accounting operations (including Central Budget Management System). Tertiary qualifications in accounting or finance will be highly regarded. Working knowledge and familiarity of Technology One products would be advantageous. Why AFSA? You will enjoy excellent conditions including: generous superannuation (15.4%). hybrid working environment. a modern work environment. We are a workplace committed to providing an environment that values diversity and supports staff to reach their full potential. We encourage applications from Indigenous Australians, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and people with disabilities. At AFSA we encourage every employee to balance their family commitments and personal interests with flexible working options. • Tue, 27 FebAPS
Director, ICT Operations » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group IT & Telecommunications Classification DSO1 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City,Brisbane - South Job ad reference QLD/H24CHQ547575 Closing date 15-Mar-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Adi Gafni Contact details 3068 4846 Access the National Relay Service About Us Children's Health Queensland is a specialist statewide hospital and health service dedicated to caring for children and young people from across Queensland and northern New South Wales. We are committed to collaborating with all of our healthcare partners, most importantly families, to ensure we consistently deliver safe, high-quality patient and family-centred care. A recognised leader in paediatric healthcare, education and research, Children's Health Queensland delivers a full range of clinical services, tertiary level care and health promotion programs. We provide an integrated network of services through: The Queensland Children's Hospital The Child and Youth Community Health Service The Child and Youth Mental Health Service Statewide services and programs, including specialist outreach and telehealth services Partnerships with other hospital and health services and non-government organisations Children's Health Queensland provides services from key locations in the Brisbane metropolitan area and works with the 15 other hospital and health services as well as NGOs and charity partners in Queensland to deliver an integrated network of healthcare services and support across the state. Your Opportunity: The position of the Director of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Operations is a key leadership role responsible for overseeing the strategic planning, implementation, and management of the organisation's technology infrastructure and systems. The Director of ICT Operations plays a crucial role in ensuring the efficiency, security, and alignment of technology solutions with business goals. Key functions of this role: Building and leading high-performing technical teams and aligning technology initiatives with overall business objectives. Delivering ICT operational and technical support services to CHQ that are contemporary, cost-effective, available, and fit for purpose. Overseeing the development operational assurance of robust technology infrastructure, managing risk, and collaborating with key stakeholders to deliver impactful solutions. Superannuable Salary $167 864 - $175 557 p.a. Total remuneration package up to $200 596 p.a. What CHQ HHS can offer Apart from contributing to the development of Australia's best paediatric health service, you will also benefit from a competitive remuneration package and a working environment which embraces professional development, builds capabilities and supports staff to maximise their health and wellbeing. Additional benefits include: Up to 12.75% employer superannuation contribution 17.5% annual leave loading Salary packaging Employee Assistance Program Work/life balance, variety and flexibility You can find out more about why it's so great to work at CHQ HHS here. Some roles within Queensland Health are designated as 'Vaccination Preventable Disease (VPD) risk roles'. A VPD risk role is a role in which the incumbent may be exposed to the risk of acquisition and/or transmission of a VPD. Please refer to the attached Role Description for more information and what requirements may exist. The Workforce attractive incentive scheme may apply to this position, please refer to the guidelines for further information https://www.healthycareers.health.qld.gov.au/attraction-incentives . Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Applicants are encouraged to • Tue, 27 FebQueensland Government
Operations Manager and Director of Nursing, Braeside Hospital » Prairiewood, NSW - Sydney, NSW - of the Operations Manager and Director of Nursing, North works within the Mission and Mission in Action of HammondCare... that all aspects of operations achieve expected outcomes in accordance with the organisation’s Future Directions. This role... • Mon, 26 FebNSW Health
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Service Operations Director » Australia - Job Description Summary The Service Operations Leader plays a key leadership role to develop and execute the strategy to enhance customer experience for digital solutions. The leader is responsible for overseeing the delivery of remote services to a large and growing customer base as well as administering and coordinating cloud operations. This role involves formulation of Service Support Strategy, management of remote service personnel and coordination of resources across departments and functions to ensure the successful delivery of services. This role will also ensure the availability of cloud services, manage the configuration of the cloud environment, develop best practices for using cloud services and develop strategies for improving performance and reliability. The Service Operations Leader will collaborate with different internal stakeholders and external partners to ensure the strategies, solutions, and operations are aligned with the goals of the organization. GE HealthCare is a leading global medical technology and digital solutions innovator. Our mission is to improve lives in the moments that matter. Unlock your ambition, turn ideas into world-changing realities, and join an organization where every voice makes a difference, and every difference builds a healthier world. Job Description Roles and Responsibilities - Lead the development of customer service strategy for digital solutions to provide a unified customer experience across all digital solutions. - Lead, motivate, and develop a team of remote services personnel; Lead the development, implementation, and management of cloud operations, using the latest technologies and industry best practices - Monitor remote services performance, system performance and scalability metrics and identify service improvement goals - Analyze customer feedback and other data sources to develop customer-centric solutions; Develop and implement service improvement plans for identified shortfalls - Monitor team performance and establish corrective action plan where needed; Monitor the cloud environment and analyze performance, trends, and capacity issues - Manage customer service processes, including complaint resolution and dispute resolution - Manage and direct the operations of distributed cloud systems (such as on Amazon Web Services); Design and develop solutions to optimize performance and scalability. Oversee the deployment and lifecycle maintenance of cloud services, maintaining security, reliability, and cost-efficiency. Ensure the cloud service levels are in line with service level agreements - Document remote service and cloud operations processes - Work closely with project managers and process leaders providing advice and guidance across the regions to ensure compliance with standards, continuous development of people and processes, and effective management of budget and resource-have a deep understanding of the financial data associated with the business. - Interprets simple internal and external business challenges and recommends best practices to improve products, processes, or services. Stays informed of industry trends and new technologies, promoting cloud services, and recommending solutions to improve user experience. - Uses high level of judgment to make decisions and handle complex tasks or problems in areas of operations, technology, or engineering. Has ability to assess quality of information given and ask pertinent questions to stakeholders. Able to offer new solutions to problems outside of set parameters and is able to construct and provide recommendations. Uses multiple internal and some external sources outside of own function to help arrive at a decision. - Lead functional teams or projects with minimal resource requirements, risk, and/or complexity. Communicates difficult concepts and may influence others' options on particular topics. May guide others to consider a different point of view. Required Qualifications - Bachelor Degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or a related field - Minimum 8 years of experience in one or more areas: Service Operations, Cloud Architecture and/or Operations - Extensive knowledge of AWS Cloud platform systems - Possess a customer-centric mindset and understands user experience ; Strong interpersonal and leadership skills Desired Characteristics - Experience in deploying and managing different services in the cloud - Demonstrated success in developing cloud strategies and solutions - Knowledge of scripting and automation tools - Knowledge of various design patterns, HL7 and other standards for integration preferred - Ability to multi-task and efficiently manage competing priorities - Demonstrated ability to lead programs / projects. Ability to document, plan, market, and execute programs. Established project management skills - Experience working in a global environment - Ability to solve complex problems and provide creative solutions - Excellent organizational, communication, and technical skills This role is a hybrid role for the successful candidate in the Wisconsin area that would require 3 days onsite, 2 days from home office. All other states/locations would be 100% remote. We expect all employees to live and breathe our behaviors: to act with humility and build trust, lead with transparency, deliver with focus, and drive ownership - always with unyielding integrity. Our total rewards are designed to unlock your ambition by giving you the boost and flexibility you need to turn your ideas into world-changing realities. Our salary and benefits are everything you'd expect from an organization with global strength and scale, and you'll be surrounded by career opportunities in a culture that fosters care, collaboration, and support. While GE does not currently require U.S. employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19, some GE customers have vaccination mandates that may apply to certain GE employees. Please note as a federal government contractor, GE may in the future be required to have U.S. employees fully vaccinated against COVID-19. LI-CD2 LI-HYBRID LI-REMOTE For U.S. based positions only, the pay range for this position is $131,840.00-$197,760.00 Annual. It is not typical for an individual to be hired at or near the top of the pay range and compensation decisions are dependent on the facts and circumstances of each case. The specific compensation offered to a candidate may be influenced by a variety of factors including skills, qualifications, experience and location. In addition, this position may also be eligible to earn performance based incentive compensation, which may include cash bonus(es) and/or long term incentives (LTI). GE HealthCare offers a competitive benefits package, including not but limited to medical, dental, vision, paid time off, a 401(k) plan with employee and company contribution opportunities, life, disability, and accident insurance, and tuition reimbursement. Additional Information GE HealthCare offers a great work environment, professional development, challenging careers, and competitive compensation. GE HealthCare is an Equal Opportunity Employer (https://www.eeoc.gov/sites/default/files/2022-10/22-088\EEOC\KnowYourRights\10\20.pdf) . Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law. GE HealthCare will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening. Any offer of employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of a drug screen (as applicable). While GE HealthCare does not currently require U.S. employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19, some GE HealthCare customers have vaccination mandates that may apply to certain GE HealthCare employees. Relocation Assistance Provided: No • Sat, 24 FebGE HealthCare
Director, Monitoring and Oversight , Queensland Family and Child Commission » Brisbane, QLD - of Queensland's children and their families. The position reports to the Executive Director Operations and is part of the...Come and join our team as the Director Monitoring and Oversight where you will apply your leadership, strategic... • Sat, 24 FebQueensland Government
Clinical Director Support Officer , Queensland Health » Mackay, QLD - . This position has a direct/indirect relationship with: Clinical Director, Operations Director, Medical Officers and medical staff... secretarial and administrative support to ensure Clinical Director and Medical Team deliver on delegated accountabilities... • Sat, 24 FebAtlam Group
Director Operational Support and Development » Australia - The key duties of the position include Establish and lead the Operational Support and Development team. Oversee the ongoing implementation of operational learning and development programs to ensure they are contemporary and continue to meet business needs. Including establishing processes to support delivery of operational training programs, with the support of a Learning & Development officer. Engage with and manage the contracts held with Registered Training Organisations in the delivery of nationally accredited qualifications. Recommend strategic directions for area of responsibility and consider wider agency implications when making decisions. Drive improvements to systems and procedures, relevant to work area, within the Regulatory Operations Division. • Sat, 24 FebAPS
Assistant Director Operational Support and Development » Australia - The key duties of the position include Support the Director to establish and lead the Operation Support and Development Team. Establish and facilitate streamlined recruitment, procurement and training activities across the Division. Collaborate with internal stakeholders to coordinate and support recruitment, procurement and training requirements, acting as the Divisional liaison with Corporate Services. Lead improvements to systems and procedures, relevant to your work area, within the Regulatory Operations Division. Lead and support procurement and contract management across multiple areas, working closely with internal corporate services to achieve high-level outcomes for the Division. • Sat, 24 FebAPS
Assistant Director Operational Support and Development » Australia - ,Parramatta NSW Ongoing Key Duties Include but are not limited to Support the Director to establish and lead the Operation... to your work area, within the Regulatory Operations Division. Lead and support procurement and contract management across multiple... • Fri, 23 FebNDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission
Sustainability Director » Sydney, NSW - TGRC is seeking a dynamic and experienced Sustainability Director to join our team and lead our efforts in driving...-functional teams to integrate sustainability strategies into various aspects of client operations. Decarbonization Pathways... • Fri, 23 FebGreen Recruitment Company
Technical Director, Contaminated Sites » Perth, WA - sites and surplus operations facilities; restoration for reuse; addressing critical climate - change issues; protection... is looking for an enthusiastic and proactive Technical Director to support us in delivering increasing project portfolios for our clients across Western Australia... • Fri, 23 FebAECOM
Director, Media & Communications » Adelaide, SA - and government relations, protocol management, communications and media capabilities. The Director, Media and Communications plays... University's corporate-level media and communications strategy. The Director is responsible for leading creative and innovative... • Fri, 23 FebThe University of Adelaide$136821 - 145823 per year
Nexus | Associate Programmatic Director Sydney, Sydney » Sydney, NSW - efficiency and effectiveness of commercial operations Support director on investment decisions, audits, and forecasting... programmatic digital media platform, Xaxis, each global operations in their own right with leading market positions. With 800... • Fri, 23 FebGroupM
Food and Beverage Director - The Ahwahnee Hotel - Yosemite » Yosemite, NSW - California - Job Description The Food Service Director is a management position responsible for developing and executing dining... solutions to meet customer needs and tastes. Oversees and manages dining operations where customers order prepared foods... • Fri, 23 FebAramark
Principal/Associate Director - Aviation » Melbourne, VIC - . Job Description Our ANZ Aviation team is looking to recruit a Principal or Associate Director to join our Melbourne office. In this role... condition assessment and evaluation, master planning, carbon footprint and life-cycle assessment, airport operations interface... • Fri, 23 FebAECOM
Director - PEQ Operations » Mickleham, Hume Area - The Post-Entry Quarantine Group (PEQ) is responsible for the post arrival quarantine of plants and animals at the Mickleham Post-entry Quarantine Facility located on the outskirts of Melbourne. The Mickleham PEQ Facility is purpose built for accommodating high risk plants, horses, cats, dogs, ruminants, birds and bees while undergoing post-entry quarantine. Working in partnership with plant scientists and veterinarians, we ensure that all plants and animals passing through the facility meet all necessary requirements to demonstrate compliance with the regulatory requirements for their safe import and that the health and welfare of the plants and animals is maintained throughout the period of their stay in PEQ. The key duties of the position include The Job As the Director of Operations for the PEQ Group you will work with a dedicated group of officers who are committed to maintaining and improving Australia's biosecurity system. The successful applicant will need to enjoy working in a fast-paced and changing work environment, display initiative, have sound judgement, a collaborative attitude and deliver high quality work within tight deadlines. Key duties include, but are not limited to: Providing high level senior leadership to the PEQ Group to manage the biosecurity risks associated with the post-entry quarantine of plants and animals in a purposes built quarantine facility. Liaising broadly within the department and with importers and external stakeholders, such as state and Commonwealth agencies, overseas government organisations on issues relating to post-arrival quarantine of plants and animals. Providing high level advice and support to staff on post-arrival quarantine policies and procedures, including after-hours as required. Planning, prioritising, managing resources and delivering outcomes in accordance with departmental goals and objectives in a cost recovery environment. Contributing to the development, promotion and implementation of innovative and contemporary business strategies to improve PEQ delivery. Contributing to the development and implementation of property needs at the PEQ. • Fri, 23 FebAPS
Regional Director - North West » Dubbo, NSW - Regional Director – North West NSW | St. Vincent de Paul Society Full-time permanent leadership position based... between Orange and Armidale, NSW We are looking for a dynamic Regional Director with a focus on stakeholder engagement, strategic... • Fri, 23 FebBeaumont People
Fund Finance Director » Sydney, NSW - Fund Finance Director position, reporting directly to the Group CFO. The firm invests across multiple strategies, including... a period of sustained growth, and as a result are hiring a Fund Finance Director to lead the broader Funds Finance division... • Thu, 22 FebRobert Walters
Director of Nursing and Operations Menta » Royal Melbourne Hospital, VIC - Parkville, VIC - Director of Nursing and Operations (RPN7) RMH Mental Health Service Exciting new Operational Leadership role Full... time, ongoing Your new role: The Director of Nursing and Operations - Mental Health Services (DON) will provide... • Thu, 22 FebThe Royal Melbourne Hospital
Director, Regional Operations » Sydney, Sydney Region - Director, Regional Operations Executive Band 1 NSW Ambulance Are you interested in making a difference? An exciting opportunity is available for a dynamic individual to join NSW Ambulance in a key strategic role to lead and measure service delivery, by setting performance standards and measures that determine operational priorities and are aligned with organisational objectives to optimise outcomes for patients. If you are a skilled executive operating at a strategic level, proven in driving growth and affecting change – apply now This role will be located in State Headquarters, Rozelle, with relocation to the State Operations Centre, Sydney Olympic Park in 2024. Why You Should Apply:  NSW Ambulance is one of the largest and most modern ambulance services in the world and is recognised as a global leader in its field.  It is a division of NSW Health and provides emergency and non-emergency clinical care, retrieval and specialist patient transport services to a population of over 7 million, delivered by its 4,500 staff through 250 locations across metropolitan and regional NSW. Through its fleet of 1,500 road-based vehicles, helicopter operations, fixed wing aircraft, off-road vehicles, snowmobiles and other bespoke rescue options, NSW Ambulance provides comprehensive rapid response services across a diverse range of scenarios and geographical locations.  It is a highly complex, geographically distributed organisation with significant multi-stakeholder involvement across its operations, both centrally and locally. The workforce is highly committed, valued and respected and underpins the success of the organisation. NSW Clinical Operations are split across 8 sectors covering metropolitan and regional NSW and are responsible for the delivery of front-line mobile emergency care, medical retrieval and health related transport. The Director Regional Operations reports to the Executive Director Clinical Operations, is responsible for a budget of $200m and leads a direct team of 4 and a much larger indirect team. In this role, you will: Lead and manage all aspects of regional operations, ensuring the highest level of service delivery and clinical standards are achieved, whilst continually enhancing patient experience; Provide strategic and operational leadership, determine operational priorities and performance standards and ensure alignment to overall organisational objectives; Ensure that all levels of regional ambulance operations have the capacity, capability and structure to respond to emergency and non-emergency requests within agreed performance metrics and budget; Manage key IR stakeholders and build collaborative and productive relationships; Develop long term strategies and programs to improve the operational efficiency of regional operations, in partnership with the wider NSW Ambulance team, through the adoption of global best practice methodologies; Build strong relationships across a variety of key stakeholders including other statewide, national and international emergency services, NSW Ministry of Health, local health districts and other associated agencies; Foster a responsive, future focused and contemporary culture which supports staff to deliver true excellence in patient care. To succeed in this role, you’ll be a contemporary operations leader with significant executive experience managing large, multi-site operations which have a critical customer or patient focus.  This experience may have been gained within the public or private sector, however operational leadership experience within emergency management (fire, police or ambulance) or a clinical setting, whilst not essential, would be preferable.  You’ll be an outstanding communicator able to lead, motivate and inspire your team to be the very best, within a highly challenging and demanding environment.  You’ll possess excellent stakeholder skills and a natural ability to influence and engage at all levels. Role Outline  The Director Regional Operations directs high quality services to achieve business performance outcomes, optimum levels of service delivery, standards and compliance requirements with a focus on enhancing patient experience consistent with the organisation's vision, values and objectives.  For further information, download the role description.  Take the focus capabilities from the role description and use the Capability Application Too l to access practice interview questions. Applying for this Role You are required to submit a one page covering letter, including a short statement in response to the two targeted questions below: Give a recent example of when you have managed a large and diverse operational team, with a strong focus on service delivery, within a clinical or emergency management governance and performance framework, which included maintaining quality assurance.   Describe a time when you have managed complex stakeholders and industrial relations issues across a large geographical area, resulting in a positive outcome for all parties. Essential Requirements The successful candidate will have: Appropriate tertiary qualifications and/or extensive experience as part of a senior/executive management team in a substantial and complex service delivery organisation We know the value of diverse experiences and broad capabilities.  Even if you’re not sure if you meet all the role requirements, we’d love to hear from you.  This is an ongoing, fulltime, Band 1, Health Service senior executive role. An attractive remuneration package within the range of $225,740 - $249,843 per annum, will be negotiated with the successful applicant.  Please contact David Dutton, Executive Director Clinical Operations, NSW Ambulance on 9779 3848 should you have any additional questions about the role. Please click here to apply for the advert through the Health Career Portal (search by job reference number REQ470462). Our commitment to Diversity and Inclusion  At the Ministry of Health we are committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible environment which reflects the community and customers we serve. We actively promote the employment of women, people with a disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, LGBTIQ community and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. If you identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander and would like assistance with your application or to obtain more information on how to apply, please visit our Stepping Up initiative. To be eligible for employment in these roles you must be an Australian citizen, or a permanent resident, or a New Zealand citizen, or hold a valid visa with permission to work in Australia.  The Ministry of Health expects all workers to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and you will be required to show proof of your COVID-19 vaccination status prior to securing this role.    NOTES: The selection methods for this role are in accordance with the Government Sector Employment Act 2013 and employment arrangements for the NSW public sector.  Applicants must respond to the two targeted questions and submit an up-to-date resume. For further guidance, refer to Applying for a role in the NSW Public Service . Applicants will need to demonstrate their proficiency in the capabilities outlined in the Role Description. These will be assessed through the recruitment process to determine their suitability for appointment. For further information, refer to the NSW Public Sector Capability Framework. Click here for information on NSW Health  Applications close: Thursday 14 March 2024 (11:59PM) • Thu, 22 FebNSW Ministry of Health
Director, Regional Operations » Sydney, NSW - Director, Regional Operations Executive Band 1 NSW Ambulance Are you interested in making a difference... transport. The Director Regional Operations reports to the Executive Director Clinical Operations, is responsible for a budget... • Thu, 22 FebNSW Health$225740 - 249843 per year
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EL 1 Assistant Director - Facilities Management » Canberra, ACT - People Officer Division. Crucially, this position supervises a multidisciplinary team and can be called on to act as Director.... Oversee the management of the DVA vehicle fleet and contract Implement the Climate Action in Government Operations strategy... • Thu, 22 FebDepartment of Veterans' Affairs$118220 - 129820 per year
Professor and Director - The Hopkins Centre , Queensland Health » Brisbane, QLD - Princess Alexandra Hospital are looking for a Professor and Director (The Hopkins Centre) to join their team... Director of Allied Health and Rehabilitation, Princess Alexandra Hospital, and professionally to the Executive Director Medical... • Thu, 22 FebQueensland Government
EL1 Assistant Director Operations » Gold Coast, QLD - Brisbane, QLD - Career Opportunities Career Opportunities EL1 Assistant Director Operations Applications Close: 15/02/2024 11:45 PM... and capable managers to assist the Director of Operations in the management and leadership of the Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney... • Thu, 22 FebAtlam Group
Assistant Directors, NSW Operations and State Office » Haymarket, Sydney - The TeamYou will join a high-performing, collaborative team of Assistant Directors that lead, enable and motivate staff to administer, prepare for and deliver electoral events. The New South Wales/ Australian Capital Territory (NSW/ACT) State and divisional offices take a professional and dynamic approach to achieve high-quality, internationally recognised standards for electoral event delivery. The dispersed network collaborates to support each other and deliver large-scale results in a broad and complex delivery environment.Reporting to the State Directors, you will be an active participant in the broader NSW/ACT leadership team, modelling exceptional behaviours and contributing to our culture, business planning and deliverables.The OpportunitiesWe are looking for strong leaders who are agile, self-motivated, and results-driven to manage electoral event planning, delivery, and evaluation in NSW/ACT. These opportunities are for an initial period of up to 6 months and may be extended, or ongoing based on business needs. There are multiple permanent opportunities based in Haymarket. Out-posting will be considered to various regional locations across the state where the AEC has a divisional office. You will contribute to the development of team objectives for short term tasks and strategic planning for longer-term initiatives, including setting priorities for the work area, maintaining team cohesion, and ensuring quality of outputs for the work area.We’re looking for talented people who are excellent communicators, can manage multiple stakeholder relationships effectively, and deliver quality results within tight deadlines. Initiative, strong attention to detail, analytical skills, and the ability to contribute to business improvement strategies will be essential.During an election, you will also need to be responsive and show professional resilience and personal drive to deal with the high demand and volume of work generated at election time.Assistant Director, Operations.This position oversees the day-to-day work of a portfolio of AEC divisional offices across the NSW and ACT divisional network and is required to travel across the state to support regionally based teams.Assistant Director State OfficeThis role oversees state-wide business governance activities and electoral event activities for identified centralised processes including financial management, workforce planning, logistics and assurance.We are also seeking interest from individuals interested in opportunities to work with the AEC in the future as positions become available across New South Wales. Depending on the business needs and requirements of the AEC, these positions may be offered as either ongoing or non-ongoing opportunities.To excel you’ll have:Leadership and people management experience with the ability to empower and motivate employees by providing clear direction, delegation and supporting staff with development opportunities and coaching to build a high performing team.Demonstrated ability to undertake critical analysis, using data and information to identify interdependencies/risks, to design and implement practical, evidence-based solutions.Demonstrated ability to maintain a positive attitude in a dynamic and challenging environment, adapt and respond to rapid change and lead your teams to achieve results in this context, while supporting the health and wellbeing of staff.Demonstrated ability to communicate with influence, negotiate strategic outcomes and facilitate cooperation and partnerships with internal and external stakeholders, including from a geographically dispersed network.Ability to examine your own performance and regularly seek feedback from others for personal and professional development, with demonstrated ability to work autonomously.A strong commitment to collaboration as a tool to facilitate and drive work to achieve a nationally led, consistent approach to delivery.EligibilityAEC employees must be Australian citizens.Any person who is, and seen to be active in political affairs, and intends to publicly carry on this activity, may compromise the strict neutrality of the AEC and cannot be considered.Applicants are required to consent to, undergo, obtain and maintain a character clearance.Applicants are required to consent to, undergo, obtain and maintain the security clearance required for this role.Applicants may be required to undertake psychometric testing as part of this recruitment process.Contact: Jessica Heiler, jessica.heileraec.gov.auDue Date: Sunday, 10 March 2024, 11:59pm AEDT • Thu, 22 FebAustralian Electoral Commission
Assistant Directors, NSW Operations and State Office » Sydney, Sydney Region - You will join a high-performing, collaborative team of Assistant Directors that lead, enable and motivate staff to administer, prepare for and deliver electoral events. The New South Wales/ Australian Capital Territory (NSW/ACT) State and divisional offices take a professional and dynamic approach to achieve high-quality, internationally recognised standards for electoral event delivery. The dispersed network collaborates to support each other and deliver large-scale results in a broad and complex delivery environment. Reporting to the State Directors, you will be an active participant in the broader NSW/ACT leadership team, modelling exceptional behaviours and contributing to our culture, business planning and deliverables. The key duties of the position include We are looking for strong leaders who are agile, self-motivated, and results-driven to manage electoral event planning, delivery, and evaluation in NSW/ACT. These opportunities are for an initial period of up to 6 months and may be extended, or ongoing based on business needs. There are multiple permanent opportunities based in Haymarket. Out-posting will be considered to various regional locations across the state where the AEC has a divisional office. You will contribute to the development of team objectives for short term tasks and strategic planning for longer-term initiatives, including setting priorities for the work area, maintaining team cohesion, and ensuring quality of outputs for the work area. We're looking for talented people who are excellent communicators, can manage multiple stakeholder relationships effectively, and deliver quality results within tight deadlines. Initiative, strong attention to detail, analytical skills, and the ability to contribute to business improvement strategies will be essential. During an election, you will also need to be responsive and show professional resilience and personal drive to deal with the high demand and volume of work generated at election time. Assistant Director, Operations. This position oversees the day-to-day work of a portfolio of AEC divisional offices across the NSW and ACT divisional network and is required to travel across the state to support regionally based teams. Assistant Director State Office This role oversees state-wide business governance activities and electoral event activities for identified centralised processes including financial management, workforce planning, logistics and assurance. We are also seeking interest from individuals interested in opportunities to work with the AEC in the future as positions become available across New South Wales. Depending on the business needs and requirements of the AEC, these positions may be offered as either ongoing or non-ongoing opportunities. To excel you'll have: Leadership and people management experience with the ability to empower and motivate employees by providing clear direction, delegation and supporting staff with development opportunities and coaching to build a high performing team. Demonstrated ability to undertake critical analysis, using data and information to identify interdependencies/risks, to design and implement practical, evidence-based solutions. Demonstrated ability to maintain a positive attitude in a dynamic and challenging environment, adapt and respond to rapid change and lead your teams to achieve results in this context, while supporting the health and wellbeing of staff. Demonstrated ability to communicate with influence, negotiate strategic outcomes and facilitate cooperation and partnerships with internal and external stakeholders, including from a geographically dispersed network. Ability to examine your own performance and regularly seek feedback from others for personal and professional development, with demonstrated ability to work autonomously. A strong commitment to collaboration as a tool to facilitate and drive work to achieve a nationally led, consistent approach to delivery. • Thu, 22 FebAPS
Assistant Directors, NSW Operations and State Office » Haymarket, NSW - and personal drive to deal with the high demand and volume of work generated at election time. Assistant Director, Operations... and is required to travel across the state to support regionally based teams. Assistant Director State Office This role oversees state-wide... • Thu, 22 FebAustralian Electoral Commission
Director - PEQ Operations » Mickleham, VIC - of their stay in PEQ. The Job As the Director of Operations for the PEQ Group you will work with a dedicated group of officers... • Wed, 21 FebDepartment of Agriculture, Water and the Environment$136118 - 158149 per year
Director Business Operations and Assurance » New South Wales, Australia - Permanent ongoing opportunity to lead a newly established function dedicated to supporting business operations and assurance for SafeWork NSW . Opportunity for someone with strong financial and business acumen , and the ability to navigate complex internal government processes to drive good governance and continuous improvement . We support flexible working and offer a hybrid office and work from home arrangements. Total Remuneration Package (TRP) $225,740 to $249,843 commensurate with experience. As the Director Business Operations and Assurance , you will work closely with senior leaders across Safe W ork NSW to ensure account ability , transparency and assurance of the efficient and effective use of resources and delivery of organisational outcomes. This role will form critical partnerships with key business partners including finance and procurement, human resources, ICT, and workplace services to ensure effective and efficient business operations . It will work across SafeWork NSW to certify optimal service delivery and achiev ement of organisational outcomes . Reporting to the Deputy Secretary – SafeWork NSW , this role will look at current processes and practices to enable continuous improvement of operational effectiveness and look at ways to streamline business processes , uplift capability and deliver efficiencies all whilst maintaining high-level governance and standards. Leading a small team of business analysts , with the potential to expand the team over time , this role will also be responsible for establishing an assurance function to enable elevated levels of quality control in key areas of business and regulatory operations . For more information on the role and its accountabi lities , click here to view the role description. About you With expertise in areas such as finance, strategy, governance , risk, and continuous improvement, you are a values-based executive who has experience and credibility delivering change . Your experience working in a complex and diverse environment with the ability to remove roadblocks and make decisions swiftly and effectively will be essential to your success . It will be essential that you demonstrate a sound understanding of bus iness management principles and strategic insight to provide advice to the broader leadership group to ensure well informed business decisions and governance processes . You will have expertise in cons ultation and communication , from presenting data in meaningful ways through to responding to ministerial correspondence and most importantly building internal and external relationships to support effective knowledge sharing and to enable delivery of key initiatives and accountabilities . Experience in government or similarly regulated industries in roles that reflect an understanding of a chief operating officer or similar will be highly regarded. If you are an experienced executive with these attributes, we want to hear from you. About us Department of Customer Service (DCS) is transforming the way NSW Government agencies interact with customers. We are enthusiastic about putting the customer at the centre of everything we do and adopting recent technologies to make government work better. Customer Service is a service provider and regulator, focusing on delivering first-class customer service, digital transformation and regulatory reform to create better outcomes for the people of NSW. To understand more about Safe W ork NSW and our Regulatory Priorities click here Understand more about the Department of Customer Service – here or to find out what it means to be part of DCS, visit our Career site . For enquiries regarding this position, please contact Sarah Kerr , Senior Advisor Talent Acquistion via sarah.kerrcustomerservice.nsw.gov.au. Closing date: 4 March 2024 at 9.59am Your application should include an up-to-date CV and 2-page c over letter which clearly details your relevant skills and experience to this position. Selection Criteria are not mandatory. When submitting your application, please submit your mandatory cover letter and CV as one document in the resume upload. You Belong Here We are committed to diversity, inclusion, and new ways of working. We have 8 million reasons to care and want our employees to represent the communities that we serve. You can view our full diversity and inclusion statement here . We want you to bring your best self to this application process. If you feel you may require an adjustment during the recruitment process, please contact Sarah Kerr via sarah.kerrcustomerservice.nsw.gov.au or 02 9494 8351. • Wed, 21 FebDepartment of Customer Service
Director Social Work/Deputy Director Operations (Allied Health) Women & Children » Melbourne, VIC - Position Title Director Social Work/Deputy Director Operations (Allied Health) Women & Children Internal... Summary INTERIM DIRECTOR OF SOCIAL WORK/DEPUTY DIRECTOR OPERATIONS ALLIED HEALTH, WOMEN & CHILDREN Make an impact... • Wed, 21 FebEastern Health
Director of Operations » Penrith, Penrith Area - Our Role Reporting to the VP Operations, Asia Pacific, and belonging to our global Senior Management Team, the Director Of Operations leads our plant and quarry network across our Northern Region of Asia Pacific. The role is key to realising Graymont's business improvement and growth projects and is responsible for shaping and cascading the Region's vision, advocating and role modelling the One Graymont culture, and fostering collaborative relationships with functional partners and experts, to drive the company's growth. This is great opportunity to leverage both technical and interpersonal skills, along with business and leadership acumen, to drive ongoing safety, cultural and operational improvements. Key Responsibilities include: Ensure safe and sustainable operation of our Northern Region (NSW & QLD) assets while achieving targeted financial outcomes. Lead, manage and support the delivery of specific business plans and strategic projects to improve overall business performance. Monitor and manage operational financial performance, deliver effective cost management to enable business and financial performance, and support our growth. Lead, motivate and empower others to build employee engagement and maintain a high performing team, role model collaboration with cross-functional teams and resources. Manage relationships and facilitate communication across our business to optimise operational performance, and fully utilise the expertise and capacity of resources within our global/geography matrix structure. Key Outcomes include: Safe and sustainable operations that meet financial and other key performance targets, and achieve strategic priorities in line with our business plan and budgets. Operational leaders are empowered, with key activities and projects effectively delegated, controlled and reported in line with the business plan and budgets. Long-term mining, exploration and lease management activities are supported to ensure adequate resource life and permitting. Maintenance excellence strategies are implemented, measured and managed to enhance operational reliability. Overall equipment effectiveness to ensure production targets can be met. Compliance with relevant regulatory departments and bodies, local and state governments, and other relevant groups and stakeholders. The successful candidate may have qualifications in Engineering, Mining, Business Administration or similar. The role is best suited to strong operational experience in a mining, manufacturing or a related and transferable industry setting, combined with financial acumen and a demonstrated ability to lead a safe and sustainable environment. The ability to work effectively in a matrix structure and manage relationships, to support strategic planning and develop budgets, to execute cost control in a capital-intensive business, and to lead others and develop talent, is required. The role demands an ability to lead change, and improve operational processes in multi-site operation, and will require regular travel through New South Wales and Queensland. Our Company Incorporated in 1948, Graymont is a global leader in lime and limestone solutions. Lime is a versatile industrial chemical that is key to vital industrial processes and applications, and is essential for addressing a multitude of complex environmental challenges. Graymont serves North America and Asia-Pacific (APAC) markets, with operations in Canada, the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, and the Philippines. Graymont is also the strategic partner of Mexican-based Grupo Calidra, the largest lime producer in Latin America. Professionally managed and family-owned, the company has been in operation for 75 years. Employing some 1,600 employees globally, Graymont aims to be the preferred supplier, employer, and partner of choice wherever the company operates. To learn more: https://www.graymont.com/en/sustainability/environmental-care/climate-change Our Workplace Graymont derives its competitive edge in large part from more than 1,600 employees who bring their diverse skills and energy to work every day at offices and plant sites across North America and Asia-Pacific. In return, we provide competitive wages and benefits, a safe and healthy work environment where you and your team can perform without injury, and opportunities to grow and develop the skills and experience to realise your full potential. Please send your cover letter and resume by applying. • Wed, 21 FebGraymont
Telecommunications Project Engineer » Epping, Whittlesea Area - About the Role Peter Networks Pty Ltd is currently seeking an experienced Telecommunications Project Engineer to join our team based in Epping, Melbourne. Reporting directly to the Project Director you will be responsible for the successful delivery of a range of Telecommunications/Wireless projects. Key Responsibilities As a Project Engineer within our contracting company, your primary responsibilities will include: Efficiently managing, allocating, and coordinating resources, systems, and processes to ensure the successful completion of projects within specified timeframes, budgets, and quality standards. Developing and managing staff to optimize their capabilities, ensuring adherence to project deadlines and effective communication with all team members. Assessing the feasibility of proposed projects and coordinating the acquisition of necessary resources to achieve project objectives. Overseeing the procurement and development of qualified resources required for project delivery. Understanding and managing processes related to tenure agreements, environmental approvals, site design, and construction in compliance with relevant industry legislation, acts, and codes. Ensuring timely completion of projects and providing regular updates to the Operations Director. Identifying and capitalizing on opportunities to expand existing business relationships to drive company growth. End-to-end site delivery and finance management with internal and external stakeholders. Demonstrating a proactive and results-oriented approach, with a strong commitment to achieving positive client outcomes and fostering effective stakeholder engagement. This role is ideal for individuals who are highly motivated, outcome-driven, and dedicated to delivering exceptional results for our clients while effectively managing project teams and resources. The successful candidate will have the following experience and skills: Degree qualifications in telecommunications engineering. Experience in the management and coordination of telecommunications IC services Proven stakeholder management skills, preferably in projects aligned with NBN, Telstra or Optus. Minimum 3-5 years’ experience in a Project Management role with proven delivery experience - Telecommunications projects Experience with liaising with vendors, subcontractors and internal customers. • Tue, 20 FebPeter Networks Pty Ltd
Assistant Director Operational Support » Australia - About our team Cyber & Infrastructure Security | Cyber & Infra Security Centre | Regulatory Compliance | Operational Support The Operational Support team is transforming the way Regulatory Compliance Branch conducts business through improved governance, policy and procedural support, and professionalization of the workforce. We are a small team setting the foundation for Inspectors to undertake compliance and enforcement activities under Australia's transport security legislation, the Maritime Transport and Offshore Facilities Security Act 2003 and the Aviation Transport Security Act 2004. Officers in the Branch are based in Australia's mainland capital cities regulate over 2,000 transport security industry participants, conducting compliance activities in Australia and overseas, and working closely with law enforcement and security agencies, including the Australian Border Force and Australian Federal Police. We contribute to whole of government efforts to safeguard against unlawful interference (for example, terrorism) in the transport sector. Please visit our website for more information about the Department of Home Affairs or Australian Border Force Our ideal candidate Strategically Focussed The Operational Support Assistant Director will enjoy working in a rapidly evolving and forward thinking environment. You will have previous policy experience with a demonstrated focus on innovation and take a strategic management approach to solving problems. Our ideal candidate will help to develop innovative processes to deliver best practice regulation of Australia's critical transport infrastructure in partnership with industry. The successful candidate will be self-driven and seek to directly influence our key outcomes. Problem solvers The Cyber and Infrastructure Security Centre operates in a complex regulatory and policy environment and requires officers capable of matching quantitative, complex and long-term challenges with effective solutions. Applicants need to be problem solvers, skilled at navigating issues, thinking outside of the box, and providing innovative solutions. Independent team players Within the Cyber and Infrastructure Security Centre we're a team - both in Australia and abroad. Directors are flexible team players able to work well with others to achieve a common goal. Applicants will have a strong work ethic and be skilled at working both within a team and independently, under limited supervision, and see work through to completion. Eager learners We don't expect you to know everything about the critical infrastructure and national security spaces, however applicants need to be enthusiastic and open to new learning opportunities and experiences. Applicants will have a demonstrated ability to learn quickly and develop links across the Department and portfolio to deliver positive outcomes. Strong communicators As a critical infrastructure security leader and regulator, the Cyber and Infrastructure Security Centre operates in a unique stakeholder space. Applicants will be persuasive communicators, with the ability to connect to a broad range of audiences and build and maintain strong networks and relationships. Confident leaders Applicants need to be experienced and effective leaders, skilled at managing workloads and teams, and capable of taking staff on a journey where they can grow, develop and learn. The ideal candidate will be flexible and able to take on new challenges and work as required by the agency. The key duties of the position include Duties and responsibilities The successful applicant will be required to: Lead a team that is working collaboratively to transform governance, policy and procedural support for regulatory compliance activities, consistent with legislation and in accordance with the Compliance and Enforcement Framework. Critically evaluate existing policies and practices against legislation and best practice to identify efficiencies and develop and implement new ways of operating Manage transport security incident reporting, recording and referral, including the after hours duty roster. Lead the research, analysis, interpretation and presentation of data to provide meaning about security incidents Liaise with stakeholders to identify requirements and develop strong and productive working relationships Produce high-level written material, corporate documentation and reports Lead a team to identify, develop and deliver national resources to professionalise the workforce to enable consistent understanding and practice Employ contemporary change management practices to introduce and implement changes in practice Support the Director Operational Support in the organisational planning, financial management and development of the Operational Support Team Identify opportunities for growth and development of team members and building strong bonds that enhance retention and morale of office team members. Additional information Qualifications/Experience: Experience in policy or program management Experience interpreting and applying legislation Legal qualifications will be highly regarded. The roles are based in Canberra but suitable alternative locations in may be considered for suitable candidates located in QLD, NSW, VIC. • Tue, 20 FebAPS
Director Operations Ageing, Carer Gateway & National Support Centre » Sydney CBD, Sydney - Lead an exciting period of growth in high quality home care services for older people Drive work to improve client experience and satisfaction Office located in Hurstville; flexible hybrid work arrangements available $212,000 - $250,000 including Super Our Organisation The Benevolent Society’s vision is to build a just society where all Australians can live their best life. For more than 200 years we have supported people at the margins of society: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians; children, young people, and their families; older people; carers and people with disability. We are an independent, non-religious service provider which supports people to live life their way. As part of The Benevolent Society's vision, we are strongly committed to reconciliation with our First Nations people of Australia. We remain steadfast in our commitment to promoting the economic, political, and social inclusion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. About the role: As the Director of Operations, you will lead our in home aged care services and support services for unpaid carers. You will also lead a support centre that assist Benevolent Society clients nationally and provides information services through the national Disability Gateway. The Benevolent Society is entered a significant period of growth in home care services for older people as part of our long term strategy to be a comprehensive provider of services to local communities. This follows a significant investment in new technology to enable new ways of working. The Benevolent Society is committed to achieving high levels of client satisfaction through client centred service models and outstanding customer service. Reporting to the Executive Director, Disability, Ageing and Carers, this role leads all aspects of operational delivery and implementing the strategic priorities of the organisation in your portfolio areas. You will have responsibility for growth and financial performance, client outcomes, employee engagement, compliance and risk management, and service and business excellence. About You: The successful candidate will have a passion for building high quality services and extending the reach and impact of the Benevolent Society. You will have a strong focus on client experience and outcomes, quality processes and systems and the commercial aspects of delivering consumer directed services. To succeed in this role you will have strong leadership and management skills, excellent communication skills, commercial acumen and track record of leading teams through change. You will have a strong understanding of quality and safeguarding systems, including the ability to evolve systems to operate at scale. You will have a track record of working with others to build service models and achieve strategic goals. What you need to succeed: You will have a record of accomplishment at a senior management level and: Drive to innovate and develop agile, client focused service delivery models underpinned by practice excellence Commercial acumen, particularly to drive growth Proven ability to build meaningful and productive relationships and collaborations with both internal stakeholders and external partners Demonstrated ability to lead and engage teams to delivery client focused services Demonstrated ability to manage competing priorities and move between operational and strategic priorities. A high-level of integrity and strong outcomes focus Our Benefits: We support people to live their best life. That includes you, our employee. A ‘ best life’ is unique to everyone and can change as life changes: Salary Benefits -You can package up to $15,900 pa of your pre-tax salary to pay for everyday expenses before income tax is calculated, meaning you take home even more pay Motor Vehicle Packaging Options – to suit your lifestyle. Recognition and Reward - Sector competitive remuneration, various recognition programs and access to long service leave after 5 years. Wellness - Stay fit with a Fitness passport, utilise our Employee Assistance Program, and even purchase additional leave. Professional development - We tailor career development opportunities to all employees and volunteers for career enrichment, fulfilment, and growth. Our Reconciliation Commitment - First Nations employees have access to cultural and ceremonial leave, as well as the options to be a voice on our First Nations Staff Reference Group & RAP working group and have the opportunity for cultural and professional development that supports career pathways. Application & Selection process: Submit your CV and 1 page cover letter outlining your personal motivations and how your capabilities align with the role. Applications close COB Monday 4th of March 2024 If you would like to find out more about this role, please contact Kristina Harhagelis – Kristina.Harhagelisbenevolent.org.au or call on 0403 679 198 for a confidential discussion. Find out more about our: Home Care Support Services: https://youtu.be/Q2LNCApiJeg?siGvG8y6TAy3kIWWeL Carer Gateway: https://youtu.be/EYP-Z-L-fh4?siaIyBJ__NBkBvr-vr National Support Centre: https://youtu.be/81ERLa3M5rE?simo8bV4dINVvetscy The Benevolent Society respects and promotes human rights and diversity and is committed to building an inclusive culture. We welcome diversity in all its forms; applications from underrepresented communities are strongly encouraged. We value relationships with our local Aboriginal community and welcome applications from its members. We see ability not disability, if you identify as a person with a different ability, please get in contact to let us know how we can accommodate your needs. We pride ourselves on being a client and child safe organisation and as such all our staff and volunteers go through security screening relevant to the role. • Mon, 19 FebThe Benevolent Society
Director of Operations » North Sydney, NSW - Director Of Operations leads our plant and quarry network across our Northern Region of Asia Pacific. The role is key...Our Role Reporting to the VP Operations, Asia Pacific, and belonging to our global Senior Management Team, the... • Mon, 19 FebGraymont
Director - Waste Operations Full-time Permanent » Australian Capital Territory, Australia - ACT NoWaste delivers the ACT Government’s recycling and waste management program, and is a unique organisation in Australia: we deliver both state/territory and local government functions. We are a diverse, innovative and professional team from a wide variety of backgrounds. We welcome people with experience from the community, public and private sectors and believe the more diverse our knowledge base is, the better our results will be. We are seeking a Director to manage our new Waste Operations team, which includes the ongoing operation of the weighbridge teams at ACT Resource Management Centres as well as our call centre operations. These teams provide crucial customer support services to assist residents and businesses in using ACT waste facilities and manage requests related to bins and bin collections. The weighbridge team is currently outsourced to a service provider. This position will lead the transition and ongoing leadership of the weighbridge team into the ACT Public Service, including ensuring training, development and rostering of the new team members as well developing and delivering the appropriate frameworks to ensure a successful transition. We value people with innovative and creative ideas, who communicate with candour and respect, and who have the motivation to drive projects from conception through to delivery. We are curious about each other’s work and always ask “who else needs to know?” Eligibility/Other requirements: Driver’s licence Class C is essential. Prior to commencing this role, a current registration issued under the Working with Vulnerable People (Background Checking) Act 2011 is required. For further information on Working with Vulnerable People registration refer to - Working with vulnerable people (WWVP) registration (act.gov.au) Qualifications relevant to the duties of the position and or substantial work experience in a relevant field are highly desirable. Note: A Merit Pool will be established from this selection process and may be used to fill vacancies over the next 12 months. This position is located in a workplace designed for activity-based working (ABW). Under ABW arrangements, officers do not have a designated workstation/desk. How to Apply: Please address the criteria highlighted under the ‘What You Require’ section located in the Position Description via a maximum three-page response, as well as provide a current curriculum vitae and the names and contact of two referees. Applications should be submitted via the Apply Now button below. LI-DNI • Mon, 19 FebACT Government
Director, Transaction Banking Operations » Sydney, NSW - this role as the Director, Transaction Banking Operations, you will have overall responsibility and accountability for the day... of Operations, Oceania, in managing and directing critical regulatory reporting activity owned by Operations department including... • Mon, 19 FebMUFG Investor Services
Assistant Director Operational Support » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Cyber & Infrastructure Security | Cyber & Infra Security Centre | Regulatory Compliance | Operational Support The Operational Support team is transforming the way Regulatory Compliance Branch conducts business through improved governance, policy and procedural support, and professionalization of the workforce. We are a small team setting the foundation for Inspectors to undertake compliance and enforcement activities under Australia's transport security legislation, the Maritime Transport and Offshore Facilities Security Act 2003 and the Aviation Transport Security Act 2004. Officers in the Branch are based in Australia's mainland capital cities regulate over 2,000 transport security industry participants, conducting compliance activities in Australia and overseas, and working closely with law enforcement and security agencies, including the Australian Border Force and Australian Federal Police. We contribute to whole of government efforts to safeguard against unlawful interference (for example, terrorism) in the transport sector. Our ideal candidate Strategically Focussed The Operational Support Assistant Director will enjoy working in a rapidly evolving and forward thinking environment. You will have previous policy experience with a demonstrated focus on innovation and take a strategic management approach to solving problems. Our ideal candidate will help to develop innovative processes to deliver best practice regulation of Australia's critical transport infrastructure in partnership with industry. The successful candidate will be self-driven and seek to directly influence our key outcomes. Problem solvers The Cyber and Infrastructure Security Centre operates in a complex regulatory and policy environment and requires officers capable of matching quantitative, complex and long-term challenges with effective solutions. Applicants need to be problem solvers, skilled at navigating issues, thinking outside of the box, and providing innovative solutions. Independent team players Within the Cyber and Infrastructure Security Centre we're a team - both in Australia and abroad. Directors are flexible team players able to work well with others to achieve a common goal. Applicants will have a strong work ethic and be skilled at working both within a team and independently, under limited supervision, and see work through to completion. Eager learners We don't expect you to know everything about the critical infrastructure and national security spaces, however applicants need to be enthusiastic and open to new learning opportunities and experiences. Applicants will have a demonstrated ability to learn quickly and develop links across the Department and portfolio to deliver positive outcomes. Strong communicators As a critical infrastructure security leader and regulator, the Cyber and Infrastructure Security Centre operates in a unique stakeholder space. Applicants will be persuasive communicators, with the ability to connect to a broad range of audiences and build and maintain strong networks and relationships. Confident leaders Applicants need to be experienced and effective leaders, skilled at managing workloads and teams, and capable of taking staff on a journey where they can grow, develop and learn. The ideal candidate will be flexible and able to take on new challenges and work as required by the agency. Duties and responsibilities The successful applicant will be required to: Lead a team that is working collaboratively to transform governance, policy and procedural support for regulatory compliance activities, consistent with legislation and in accordance with the Compliance and Enforcement Framework. Critically evaluate existing policies and practices against legislation and best practice to identify efficiencies and develop and implement new ways of operating Manage transport security incident reporting, recording and referral, including the after hours duty roster. Lead the research, analysis, interpretation and presentation of data to provide meaning about security incidents Liaise with stakeholders to identify requirements and develop strong and productive working relationships Produce high-level written material, corporate documentation and reports Lead a team to identify, develop and deliver national resources to professionalise the workforce to enable consistent understanding and practice Employ contemporary change management practices to introduce and implement changes in practice Support the Director Operational Support in the organisational planning, financial management and development of the Operational Support Team Identify opportunities for growth and development of team members and building strong bonds that enhance retention and morale of office team members. Additional information Qualifications/Experience: Experience in policy or program management Experience interpreting and applying legislation Legal qualifications will be highly regarded. The roles are based in Canberra but suitable alternative locations in may be considered for suitable candidates located in QLD, NSW, VIC. How to apply Submit your application and CV through the Home Affairs’ recruitment system (ourPeople) before the closing date on 03/03/2024 at 11:59pm (midnight) AEDT – Late applications will not be accepted. As part of your application you will be required to prepare and submit a one-page applicant response document in relation to the advertised role, outlining: How your skills, knowledge, and experience will be relevant to this role Why you are interested in the role and what you can offer us Any specific examples or achievements that demonstrate your ability to perform the role Applicant response documents must be a minimum 11pt font in MSWord or PDF format, include your full name and the Requisition Number – 131448 in the document footer. Prior to preparing your response it is recommended you review the Work Level standards relevant to the classification you are applying to. It may also be useful to refer to the Integrated Leadership Systems information relevant to the classification. Eligibility To be eligible for the position you must be an Australian Citizen. The successful candidate will be required to obtain and maintain a Negative Vetting Level 1 (AGSVA) security clearance and an Employment Suitability Clearance (ESC). Diversity and inclusion The Department is committed to workforce diversity and applicants who are Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander, come from a diverse cultural or linguistic background or have a disability are encouraged to apply. RecruitAbility applies to this vacancy. Under the RecruitAbility scheme you will be invited to participate in further assessment activity for the vacancy if you choose to apply under the scheme; declare you have a disability; and meet the minimum requirements for the job. For more information visit: https://www.apsc.gov.au/recruitability Technical assistance For technical enquiries please call or email for assistance: Please include any applicable screen captures, a response will be provided during business hours. Notes The Department of Home Affairs offers an attractive remuneration package, including salary, superannuation benefits and flexible working conditions appropriate to the level of the position. The Department may provide relocation assistance to eligible APS employees required to relocate. The level of assistance will vary depending on the reason for relocating and your personal circumstances. For further information please enquire with the contact officer listed in the advertisement. Candidates should be aware that in roles where vaccination against COVID-19 is required by public health orders/directions or other legislation proof of vaccination will be required. If a candidate is not fully vaccinated or is unwilling to be vaccinated within a reasonable time period, they may not be offered that role. • Mon, 19 FebAustralian Department of Home Affairs
Director Emergency Services - Operational and Director Emergency Services - Strategy » Australia - Director Emergency Services - Operational and Director Emergency Services - Strategy Division: Community Services Position No: 012046 and 011792 Salary: Level 9 (SES) $165,171 to 177,186 pa plus super, PSCSAA22 Work Type: Fixed Term - Full Time Location: Perth Metropolitan Area Closing Date: 2024-02-29 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. More Than Just a Job The work we do at Communities is meaningful and important - impacting some of the most vulnerable people and communities across the State. We support five Ministers spanning 10 ministerial portfolios and are responsible for bringing together vital services that support children, young people, families and communities to grow and, ultimately, to thrive. The Opportunities The Director Emergency Services - Operational and the Director Emergency Services - Strategy support the Executive Director Emergency Services in coordinating and implementing emergency relief and support services to people and communities affected by disaster with particular focus on ensuring services are of a high standard and fit for purpose. These roles also support and advocate the building of organisational capacity and capability to deliver responses to emergencies and/ or disasters when required. The Director Emergency Services - Operational (012046) is responsible for leading, managing and overseeing the Metropolitan and regional emergency relief and support response across the State. The Director Emergency Services - Strategy (011792) is responsible for leading, managing and overseeing emergency relief and support strategy and policy, capability and preparedness and business support and systems to ensure the Department is able to respond to emergency events. The attached Forms (JDFs) provide more information about the positions. For further information we encourage you to contact Stuart Cowie, Executive Director Emergency Services on 0409 379 858 or email stuart.cowiecommunities.wa.gov.au There are currently 2 x Level 9 full time Senior Executive Services positions available for immediate filling for a period of up to five (5) years. The positions require applicants to consent to an integrity check and disclose any interests. Disclosure of interests are to be provided in the form found below and attached to your application. Join the Department of Communities Apply online by clicking the ' • Sun, 18 FebWestern Australia Government
Assistant Director - Clinical Operations » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Open Arms - Veterans & Families Counselling (formerly VVCS) is Australia's leading provider of high quality mental health assessment and clinical counselling services for Australian veterans and their families. Open Arms are focused on meeting client needs through a combination of proven clinical practices and new and emerging evidence-based approaches. The Assistant Director - Clinical Operations, reports directly to the Director Client Assist Contact Centre and is responsible for overseeing and managing the provision of a health and allied health telephony based service that provides clinical intake, escalations services, brief telephone counselling interventions, risk identification and safety planning for veterans and their families who are seeking counselling support. To achieve this, the Assistant Director - Clinical Operations provides ongoing consultation and advice to clinicians conducting initial assessments, and triage for clients entering the service. This role provides clinical oversight and operational coordination for the Client Assist Contact Centre, in line with the Open Arms' clinical practice policies and procedures. The Assistant Director - Clinical Operations role also includes contributing as part of a broader leadership team to the overseeing and coordination of clinicians within a call centre environment as well as being responsible for professional development activities for clinical staff, case consultations, coordinating resources, workforce planning, undertaking continuous improvement and monitoring quality assurance. Awareness of working within a rostered 24 hour telephony environment is an important component to the effectiveness of the role. The Client Assist Contact Centre is open 365 days per year, 24 hours per day. The key duties of the position include Provide clinical oversight of initial assessment and triage for clients engaging with Open Arms. This includes the provision of ongoing consultation and advice to clinicians in the intake team. Clinical oversight is especially required in cases with complex needs or where risk is identified. This may require coordination and consultation with Open Arms regions, national office and referrers in relation to clinical assessment and client allocation as required. Monitor the delivery of clinical intake and counselling services across the team to ensure consistency, adherence to relevant clinical policy, and administrative procedures. A strong focus should be on maintaining and improving national consistency in clinical activities, including clinical record keeping, and assessment of clinical risk and clients' needs. Manage the development and implementation of Open Arms Intake protocols, procedures and best practices for the provision of high quality, nationally consistent intake service provision. This should include clear triage guidelines and protocols for responding appropriately to identify clinical risk among clients. This will include participating in planning and evaluation activities in consultation with the Director, Client Assist Contact Centre. Assist in identifying training and development opportunities of clinical staff. Consider and coordinate professional development for the clinical team. Provide expert advice on policy, complex problem solving and issues management for internal and external stakeholders. Implement change and manage ambiguity in the workplace Apply the principles of cooperative and safe working practices consistent with APS Values and the code of conduct, including the Department's mission, vision, approach and values. Availability to undertake shift work between the hours of 7AM - 7PM, Monday - Friday. • Sat, 17 FebAPS
Operations Director » Australia - Our client is a leading specialist geotechnical engineering consultancy providing expert services throughout Australia. With over 75 years of combined experience in civil and geotechnical engineering, they serve a diverse clientele in both public and private sectors. Their service offering includes, but is not limited to, the following: Detailed Design and Optimisation Temporary Works Design Instrumentation & Monitoring Construction Supervision Tender Design & Optimisation Our client is dedicated to delivering excellence, ensuring client satisfaction, and contributing positively to the industry through expertise and commitment. While they might not be the biggest consultancy in town, they pride themselves in being the best As the Operations Director, you will work hand in hand with the Technical Director and the Managing Director overseeing a team of 25 talented engineers and technical staff. Your role will focus on co-managing major projects design deliverables, construction team communications and constructability reviews for critical design packages. You will also be responsible for achieving pre-qualification status as an approved geotechnical consultancy for major projects in states and territories outside of QLD. Additionally, your role will include the following tasks: Assisting the Managing Director to secure more business and to further diversify the company to ensure overall group success Mentor and train current/new staff to ensure continuous professional development Produce at least one (1) technical paper for presentation at technical conferences/seminars To be successful in the role, you will possess the following: Tertiary qualification in Civil Engineering 7-10 years of local industry experience in Geotechnical Engineering - Infrastructure-related experience is preferred - consulting or contracting backgrounds are both suitable Demonstrable balance of technical and commercial skills Interest and ability to form and maintain fruitful commercial relationships Thorough understanding of applicable legal and regulatory frameworks As the Operations Director, you will form part of the Senior Leadership Team and play an integral role in their business's ongoing success and future growth. You will receive a highly competitive salary package comprised of a generous base salary (minimum of $200,000), fully maintained company vehicle OR allowance, superannuation, tools of trade, and a pathway to equity. Furthermore, you will benefit from a genuine work-life balance, working for a company that respects its staff's private lives and personal interests. If you are stuck in the queue in a larger organisation, uncertain of your options to have skin in the game or play a role in steering organisational strategy, this could be just the role for you. For more information and a confidential discussion about this amazing opportunity, please contact Justin Bindman on 0431 821 593. Alternatively, submit your application via the Apply button. • Fri, 16 Feb
Director State Operations » Australia - Director, State Operations     This opportunity offers: Be a leader with the world's largest volunteer fire service Support local communities throughout NSW Benefit from ongoing professional development opportunities   Enjoy employee benefits, including salary packaging and onsite parking Location: Sydney Olympic Park RFS Headquarters Total Remuneration Package: $242,580 - $266,683 p.a. About the opportunity The RFS is a global leader in fire and emergency services. This is an outstanding opportunity to lead the State Operations function for the world’s largest volunteer fire service. The RFS is a purpose driven organisation, supporting approx. 70,000 dedicated volunteers to protect their communities. We work proactively to prepare for, prevent and protect our citizens from the impact of bush fire and other emergencies. When you join the RFS, you know you are part of something special, with a true ethos of delivering for our community and working collaboratively to improve outcomes. The Director State Operations drives the strategic delivery of operational initiatives and to oversee emergency response, manage business operations, and prepare the RFS for the future. The State Operations team supports RFS operational capabilities to protect the community and our environment by minimising the impact of fire and other emergencies. Reporting to the Deputy Commissioner Field Operations, the Director State Operations will be responsible for: Providing strategic and operational expertise during fire season, ensuring optimal allocation of resource throughout; Ensuring the RFS is adequately prepared to address the operational challenges of fire season, in collaboration with your colleagues and partner agencies;  Ensuring professional currency with global best practice in emergency services settings; Proactively anticipating present and future requirements to deliver a globally recognised level of operational proficiency; Extending the operational capability beyond firefighting to support other agencies and jurisdictions, in line with RFS strategic intent; and Leading a diverse team, providing comprehensive support for the RFS firefighting responsibilities throughout NSW. Our ideal candidate We are looking for someone who enjoys working in a challenging and rapidly evolving environment. Working with us provides an opportunity to use innovative strategies to make a big difference to our community. Have depth and strength of experience in emergency management; Understand and appreciate the complexities of a volunteer organisation; Be comfortable working in a multi-agency environment in high pressure situations; Be confident to engage with diverse audiences about complex issues; and Thrive as a leader in a fast-paced emergency management environment. To be eligible for consideration for this role you must have: Significant emergency management leadership experience at a senior level A Degree in a relevant discipline (e.g. Management, Emergency Management) If you are interested in finding out more about this opportunity, please access the  role description   and our organisation structure . Note: As per the role description, candidates are required to meet minimum essential requirements. If you do not meet the essential requirements for this role, your application may not progress to shortlisting.  About the NSW RFS The  NSW Rural Fire Service  is a frontline service delivery agency of significant standing in the protection of our community and environment. We are the world’s largest volunteer firefighting service, with over 70,000 members, proudly built on a strong tradition of service, trust, resilience, respect, and teamwork. For over 100 years we have been a vital part of the community, working hard to protect life, property and the environment from bush fires and other emergencies.  Click  here  to learn more about the RFS and our values. Looking for more information? If you are interested in applying for this role and require further information, please reach out to our support team to arrange a further discussion. Jessica Lewy (02) 9157 6215 or Ella Barnard (02) 9157 6224 or via rfsorchardtalent.com.au   If you’re interested in joining the NSW RFS: To be considered for this opportunity, you must submit your application via I Work for NSW , and attach: A  cover letter addressing how you meet the essential requirements of the role, outlining your suitability and why you are interested in this opportunity; A  resume including two current/recent professional referees (please include email address and contact number) Please submit your application no later than 11:59pm Sunday 10th March 2024 . Please note a concurrent executive search is underway through Orchard Talent Group. Recruitment Information We value a diverse and inclusive workplace and actively promote the employment of women, people with a disability, Aboriginal people, LGBTIQA and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. The recruitment process may involve a range of assessment activities to determine your capabilities for the role (aligning to the NSW PSC Capability Framework ).  The Capability application tool is designed to help job applicants understand and use the NSW Public Sector Capability Framework when applying for jobs with the NSW government. Additional checks for successful applicants will include referee checks and criminal history checks. A  recruitment (talent) poo l  may be created through this recruitment process. Learn more about how NSW RFS members support communities across NSW below Vacancy Reference: R24/070 Keep up to date with the RFS on our socials       This may not be the role for you, however you can check out other vacancies in the RFS  here , or consider volunteering with your local Brigade. • Fri, 16 FebNSW Rural Fire Service
Assistant Director, Field Operations » Australia - The Role The Assistant Director Field Operations has responsibility for delivery of an innovative and informed anti-doping testing program for Australian sport. This is achieved through the effective management of a team responsible for building and maintaining the capability of Sport Integrity Australia's Sample Collection Staff to ensure all samples are collected in compliance with international and domestic standards. The key duties of the position include Key Duties and Accountabilities The duties of the Assistant Director Field Operations include: Management of the agency's anti-doping sample collection capability. Review sample collection procedures to ensure compliance with the requirements of the World Anti-Doping Code, the National Anti-Doping Scheme, other relevant Australian legislation and organisational policies and procedures. Provide support, direction and management to the Field Operations team. Ensure ongoing training, professional development and support services are provided to Sample Collection Staff and Field Operations team members. Oversee compliance with the agency's Sample Collection Staff Accreditation Framework. Proficiently manage conflict resolution and competing priorities within the team. Workforce planning to ensure Sport Integrity Australia can deliver the agency's anti-doping testing program. Management of external contractors providing services to the anti-doping testing program (Pathology providers, couriers). Administrative duties relating to direct reports including the management of rosters, timesheets, leave entitlements and excess hours. Manage the involvement of Sample Collection Staff at approved Major Events. The key accountabilities of the Assistant Director Field Operations include: Anti-doping samples are collected in accordance with international and domestic standards. All Sample Collection Staff meet the requirements to gain and maintain their accreditation. The agency has sufficient sample collection equipment and consumables. Direct reports receive timely feedback on the performance of their duties. Ensure that APS Values and Code of Conduct are adhered to at all times. • Fri, 16 FebAPS
Director Operations » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Management Classification ASO2 Workplace Location Brisbane - North Job ad reference QLD/544716/24 Closing date 27-Feb-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person David Hartley Contact details Mobile: 0407 129 352 Access the National Relay Service The following mandatory requirements, special conditions and/or other requirements apply to this role: Appointments to this position will require proof of qualification/s and current registration under the National Scheme, as determined by the Paramedicine Board of Australia. Applicants must have a minimum of an Associate Diploma of Applied Science (Ambulance); certification to practice as a Paramedic in Queensland; or equivalent qualifications, as deemed appropriate by the Commissioner, QAS. The incumbent may be required to travel on official business and the possession of a C class driver's licence may be required. It is an express condition of employment for all people who are to perform roles with direct patient contact to be, and remain, vaccinated against the following infectious diseases during their employment: Diphtheria; Tetanus; Pertussis (Whooping Cough); Hepatitis B; Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR); Varicella (Chickenpox); Influenza. Please note, there may be additional vaccination requirements depending on individual circumstances as specified in the QAS Infection Control Framework. Position may require participation in shift work (including weekends) and on-call duties. We are seeking applicants who, within the context of the role responsibilities, possess the following key attributes: Demonstrated expertise, and experience in managing the complex and diverse coordination of pre-hospital care service delivery model including management of emergency/disaster and/or significant major event environments. Proven ability to drive and influence organisational change and reforms to make the service delivery systems increasingly responsive to the needs of patients and stakeholders. Demonstrated superior leadership skills with proven success leading and inspiring diverse, professional teams in an environment of competing priorities and needs with limited resources. Demonstrated expert communication, negotiation, consultation, and collaboration skills with the proven ability to build and maintain productive relationships within QAS, partners and all other key stakeholders. Superior critical thinking, conceptual, analytical, and problem-solving skills, including a demonstrated ability to interpret financial and trend/output/outcome performance data to drive performance improvement. Proven ability to identify and develop new ways forward and think strategically and creatively to provide innovative and effective solutions to new or existing issues. 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. 544716 24 - Role Description (Word, 722KB) 544716 24 - Applicant Guide (PDF, 472KB) • Fri, 16 FebQueensland Government
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EL 1 Assistant Director - Clinical Operations » Brisbane, QLD - evidence-based approaches. The Assistant Director - Clinical Operations, reports directly to the Director Client Assist... Contact Centre, in line with the Open Arms’ clinical practice policies and procedures. The Assistant Director - Clinical Operations... • Thu, 15 FebDepartment of Veterans' Affairs$118220 - 129820 per year
Director, Campus Operations » Australia - About UQ For more than a century, The University of Queensland has educated and worked with outstanding people to deliver knowledge leadership for a better world. Across our 4 campuses, UQ's 7,410 staff and 55,000 students deliver and experience unparalleled teaching, learning and research excellence that creates positive change globally. UQ ranks among the world's top universities and this role plays a pivotal part in creating and maintaining a world class campus to support their reputation. About This Opportunity We are currently searching for an experienced Director, Campus Operations to take responsibility for the overall management of Campus Operations, incorporating Facilities Management, Maintenance, Hard and Soft Service Contracts, Security, Landscaping, Health Safety and Wellness, Mail Room, Warehouse, Systems Improvement and Logistics. This senior position plays a critical role in ensuring that all UQ's Queensland campuses operate in a safe, secure, fit for purpose environment, providing leadership both within and external to the University. This role will work closely with UQ's Senior Executive and with various networks within and outside UQ to help the University harness its full transdisciplinary capabilities to partner with stakeholders and deliver profound and lasting impact About You The successful candidate will be an established executive with a strong track record of managing complex infrastructure environments and will be comfortable engaging with a range of stakeholders. You will have extensive knowledge of the delivery of operations in a large institutional context and a thorough knowledge of current trends in facilities management, cleaning, waste management and logistics in order to help achieve the University's strategic goals. Extensive experience in Campus Operations at a senior management level in a large organisation, preferably in an infrastructure institution, is critical to success in this role. Other Information All final applicants for this position may be asked to consent to a criminal record check. At UQ we know that our greatest strengths come from our diverse mix of colleagues, this is reflected in our ongoing commitment to creating an environment focused on equity, diversity and inclusion. We ensure that we are always attracting, retaining and promoting colleagues who are representative of the diversity in our broader community, whether that be gender identity, LGBTQIA, cultural and/or linguistic, Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples, or people with a disability. Enquiries For more information about this opportunity or a copy of the full appointment booklet, please contact Lachlan Inch, Principal Advisor, Talent Acquisition: l.inchuq.edu.au. For application queries, please contact talentuq.edu.au stating the job reference number (below) in the subject line. Want to Apply? All applicants must upload the following documents in order for your application to be considered: Cover letter addressing the 'About You' section Resume Applications close Sunday 3 March at 11.00pm AEST (Job Reference Number - R-35252). • Wed, 14 FebThe University of Queensland
Director of Business Operations » Queensland - , budget planning and reporting, compliance, risk and insurance and facilities management, the Director of Business Operations... and strategic plan. The Director of Business Operations is an integral member of the School Leadership Team and reports directly... • Mon, 12 FebThe Turner Group
Director of Business Operations » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - This rewarding and challenging role represents a rare opportunity for someone who is looking to take the next step in their career. All Hallows’ School is a Catholic Mercy school for girls from Years 5–12. Founded in 1861, the school holds a significant place in the history of Brisbane and Queensland as the state’s oldest secondary school. For over 160 years the school has served the community through the provision of a faith-based, holistic education of the highest standard. This pivotal role has responsibility for both the strategic and the day-to-day business operations of the school and performs the functions of a Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary to the School Board. With executive responsibility across key areas including finance, budget planning and reporting, compliance, risk and insurance and facilities management, the Director of Business Operations ensures that the business operations of the school operate in accordance with the school’s mission, vision, values and strategic plan. The Director of Business Operations is an integral member of the School Leadership Team and reports directly to the Principal. In discharging the responsibilities of Company Secretary, the role may also report on occasion to the Chair of the School Board on Board governance matters. Your overarching Responsibilities will include: Faith Leadership Foster, articulate and promote the school’s Catholic Mercy ethos and identity of the school. Strategic Leadership Contribute strategic thought and planning and deliver measurable strategic goal achievement as a member of the Leadership Team. Community Leadership Model professional leadership of staff, acting as an exemplar of high standards of professional conduct and as an example of the Christian model of servant leadership. Your Professional Responsibilities will be: Financial Management Strategic Planning Accounting and Finance Budget Management and Reporting Payments Procurement School Fees Loans Integrity of School Database Risk and Compliance Compliance Reporting Risk Management Insurances Work Health & Safety Property and Facilities Management Property maintenance and development Tenancy and venue hire management Capital works projects Human Resource Management Operational and Strategic HRM IR and Payroll Company Secretary and Governance Board Reporting and attendance Company Secretary Selection Criteria Successful candidates will possess the following core competencies: Educational and Professional Qualifications: A qualified accountant with a minimum of a bachelor's degree and professional certification (e.g. CPA, CA). Experience in Educational Administration and Governance: Demonstrated experience at a senior level in leading business operations, preferably within an educational setting or a similarly complex organisation, including experience as Company Secretary. Alignment with the school’s Christian Mercy ethos. This rewarding and challenging role represents an extremely rare opportunity for someone who is looking to take the next step in their career and offers both personal fulfilment and a generous salary package. All Hallows’ School also offers a diverse range of staff benefits to attract candidates of the highest calibre. All enquiries to Martin Turner at mturnertheturnergroup.com.au or for a confidential discussion about the role Martin is contactable on 0409 763 379. • Mon, 12 FebThe Turner Group
Technology Director | Customer & Operations | Consulting » Sydney, NSW - Solutions team in KPMG, the Technology Delivery Director will lead the technical solutioning and technical delivery of digital... • Mon, 12 FebKPMG
DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS OPERATIONS AND ADMINISTRATION » Adelaide, Adelaide Region - Located approximately 30km north of Adelaide, Trinity College is a multi-school, Anglican, co-educational college of excellence open to all in a disciplined, caring Christian environment. The largest school in South Australia, 750 staff provide premium educational experiences to over 4,000 students over six campuses. Trinity also includes a significant sport, arts, wellbeing and community precinct known as STARplex. The Director of Business Operations and Administration works closely with the Trinity College Head, Finance Director and Executive Team in the leadership and management of a diverse range of business functions as part of the shared corporate services across the campuses. Delivering regulatory assurance, key areas of responsibility of this position include: compliance with a wide range of regulatory, legislative and associated government reporting requirements; oversight of the administration and registration of enrolments; policy, internal audit, insurance, data privacy and complaints management; liaison with funding, licensing and local government entities; leading, developing and motivating the dedicated office administration, safety and risk team; providing general governance and compliance support and advice to all College leaders. Applications are encouraged from suitably qualified professionals with demonstrated experience in a comparable role within a complex and regulated organisation. Highly developed written and verbal communication skills and the ability to build and sustain positive relationships with key stakeholders will be essential, as will a genuine commitment to a customer-centric approach. Experience in a number of the above functions is essential, however previous education sector experience is not. Most important is the ability to provide all stakeholders with comfort regarding sound governance and compliance and administrative support. This is a unique opportunity for a versatile and focussed professional to join and add value to an established, respected, connected and thriving learning community. • Sat, 10 FebTrinity College
Cyber Security Operations Director » Australian Capital Territory, Australia - Be responsible for developing and leading a mature operations command centre - the Cyber Integration Centre (CIC), and Cyber Engineering (CE) teams. Quigly are a boutique consultancy with a great network of clients across many industries. Currently we are looking for a Security Operations Director for our fantastic client to join the Canberra based team as part of the Information Security Office. This is a permanent role. Purpose The Information Security Office (ISO) plays a critical role in leading and operating the organisations capabilities for the protection of information and communication technology systems within the digital and non-digital information eco-systems. The ISO mission areas are cybersecurity, information security culture, foreign interference, supply chain, counter-fraud, information security governance, security design and accreditation, data protection, and insider threats and cyber-harassment. The Security Operations Director leads the Cyber Integration Centre (CIC) and Cyber Engineering (CE) teams within the Information Security Office and will take a lead role in driving the improvement of the organisations information security posture. The position is responsible for overseeing the evolution of technical and operational security platforms, the delivery of the technical aspects of the Information Security Strategy, and the development of a mature operations command centre. Role details Reporting to the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), the Security Operations Director will be responsible for developing and leading a mature operations command centre - the Cyber Integration Centre (CIC), and Cyber Engineering (CE) teams within the Information Security Office. The Security Operations Director will provide leadership, coordination and development of staff responsible for operational security and engineering activities, including detection, response, prevention, and security standards. The role will also oversee the evolution of the operational security platforms and instil a culture of continuous innovation, improvement, and inclusion. Our client embrace flexiability and balance so they offer a 4 day work week In this role you will Lead the development, management and evolution of the Cyber Integration Centre and Cyber Engineering teams. Provide high-level expertise to shape the strategic direction of information security; and provide relevant advice and leadership to drive organisational and operational information security outcomes. Deliver and maintain effective leadership of information security operations, supporting staff career development, knowledge sharing and building a highly performing team Provide specialist expertise, support, and advice on delivery of key initiatives. This includes conceptualising and leading implementation of the Information Security Strategy and Program. Deliver strategic, responsive, and expert advice and progress reporting to Chief Information Security Officer and key stakeholders. Effectively and proactively contribute at a senior level to the ISO planning, policies and activities to support achievement of strategic priorities. Engage and manage vendor and vendor resources. Build, develop and maintain effective and collaborative strategic partnerships across the organisation and with ISO stakeholders to positively exercise influence on behalf of ISO. About You You have lived and breathed Cyber Security for many years. It is at your core. Postgraduate qualifications and demonstrated significant relevant experience in information security and operations, or an equivalent combination of experience and education/training. Strong experience in developing and leading information security operations and a proven understanding of security technology and the emerging threat landscape. Demonstrated deep technical knowledge of information security operations, information technology trends, programs, systems, and platforms. Demonstrated high level of achievement and management experience at a senior level in a complex organisation and service delivery environment. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and demonstrated high level experience and proven ability to build and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external stakeholders A demonstrated ability to take innovative approaches leading to process improvement and the achievement of strategic goals. Demonstrable inclusive leadership skills to build high-performing teams Demonstrated high-level of understanding of equal opportunity principles and occupational health and safety in the workplace This is a security-vetted position. All applicants must be Australian Citizens and based in Canberra. Please note you must be located in Australia to apply for this role. If you think this sounds like you, we want to hear from you, so please go ahead, send your CV today. • Thu, 08 FebQuigly Cyber
Director, Campus Operations » Queensland - their reputation. About This Opportunity We are currently searching for an experienced Director, Campus Operations... to take responsibility for the overall management of Campus Operations, incorporating Facilities Management, Maintenance, Hard and Soft... • Wed, 07 FebThe University of Queensland
Country Director Of Operations » New South Wales, Australia - Qualifications & Experience Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline. A minimum of 15 years progressive management experience, preferably in a professional services business of which at least 5 years represent direct accountability for financial results and program growth. Background working in a multi-disciplinary environment, with experience across Architecture, Transportation and/or Engineering Services. Extensive experience in client development and management of diverse teams. Demonstrated organisational leadership skills with focus on staff development, client service and financial accountability. Strong business acumen. Strong interpersonal and group communication skills. Demonstrated previous experience with an emphasis on strategic planning and yearly budget planning. Ability to work cooperatively with remote leadership teams. Willingness and ability to travel both interstate and internationally as required. An attitude and commitment to being an active participant of our employee-owned culture is a must Demonstrate the behaviours that are central to our Brand Values - honesty, integrity, passion, teamwork, enthusiasm, energy, drive. Why HDR At HDR, we know work isn't only about who you work for it's also about what you do and how you do it. Led by the strength of our values and a culture shaped by employee ownership, we network with each other, build on each other's contributions, and collaborate together to make great things possible. When you join HDR, we give you license to do the same. We help you take charge of your career, giving you multiple growth opportunities along the way. LI-CG3 Australia-NSW-Sydney • Fri, 02 FebHDR, Inc.
Country Director Of Operations » Queensland, Australia - Qualifications & Experience Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline. A minimum of 15 years progressive management experience, preferably in a professional services business of which at least 5 years represent direct accountability for financial results and program growth. Background working in a multi-disciplinary environment, with experience across Architecture, Transportation and/or Engineering Services. Extensive experience in client development and management of diverse teams. Demonstrated organisational leadership skills with focus on staff development, client service and financial accountability. Strong business acumen. Strong interpersonal and group communication skills. Demonstrated previous experience with an emphasis on strategic planning and yearly budget planning. Ability to work cooperatively with remote leadership teams. Willingness and ability to travel both interstate and internationally as required. An attitude and commitment to being an active participant of our employee-owned culture is a must Demonstrate the behaviours that are central to our Brand Values - honesty, integrity, passion, teamwork, enthusiasm, energy, drive. Why HDR At HDR, we know work isn't only about who you work for it's also about what you do and how you do it. Led by the strength of our values and a culture shaped by employee ownership, we network with each other, build on each other's contributions, and collaborate together to make great things possible. When you join HDR, we give you license to do the same. We help you take charge of your career, giving you multiple growth opportunities along the way. LI-CG3 Australia-NSW-Sydney • Fri, 02 FebHDR, Inc.
Country Director Of Operations » Victoria, Australia - Qualifications & Experience Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline. A minimum of 15 years progressive management experience, preferably in a professional services business of which at least 5 years represent direct accountability for financial results and program growth. Background working in a multi-disciplinary environment, with experience across Architecture, Transportation and/or Engineering Services. Extensive experience in client development and management of diverse teams. Demonstrated organisational leadership skills with focus on staff development, client service and financial accountability. Strong business acumen. Strong interpersonal and group communication skills. Demonstrated previous experience with an emphasis on strategic planning and yearly budget planning. Ability to work cooperatively with remote leadership teams. Willingness and ability to travel both interstate and internationally as required. An attitude and commitment to being an active participant of our employee-owned culture is a must Demonstrate the behaviours that are central to our Brand Values - honesty, integrity, passion, teamwork, enthusiasm, energy, drive. Why HDR At HDR, we know work isn't only about who you work for it's also about what you do and how you do it. Led by the strength of our values and a culture shaped by employee ownership, we network with each other, build on each other's contributions, and collaborate together to make great things possible. When you join HDR, we give you license to do the same. We help you take charge of your career, giving you multiple growth opportunities along the way. LI-CG3 Australia-NSW-Sydney • Fri, 02 FebHDR, Inc.
Associate Director, Operations » Acton, Burnie Area - Classification: Senior Manager 3Salary package: Competitive salary package plus 17% superannuationTerms: Full time, Fixed term (up to 5 years)Position Description and Selection Criteria: Associate Director, Operations_SM3_Position Description and Selection Criteria.pdf The mission of Facilities and Services Division is to "Enable academic excellence at ANU through integrated and innovative facilities and project delivery." The three key portfolios are Infrastructure and Planning, Operations and Corporate. The Operations portfolio has the responsibility for managing campus wide Building Maintenance, Building Operations, Security and Transport, Landscape and Conservation and the ANU Remote Sites across the ACT, NSW and NT. The Associate Director will provide leadership in supporting the direction of the division through continual improvement and change. The Associate Director will have a significant role in supporting the division’s operational and divisional plans and facilitating the achievement of the University’s strategic goals as described in the ANU Strategic Plan. The Associate Director, under broad direction of the Director, Facilities and Services, will ensure that all aspects of the Building Operations of the ANU in terms of its Preventative, Statutory and Reactive Maintenance, Building Operations (including campus-wide Waste and Cleaning services), campus Security and Guarding services, Landscape and Conservation, and management of the University’s remote sites, are delivered in a manner consistent with institutional priorities, with a high level of focus on contract management, data driven decision making and a high level of customer service and communications at the same time ensuring alignment with University governance, appropriate legislative and statutory frameworks and financial controls. The Associate Director will also provide advice to senior staff across all areas of the University in relation to the execution of the operational needs of a complex and diversified organisation. The Associate Director will work closely with other members of the division’s senior management team, heads of Schools and Colleges, other Service Divisions, and other significant internal and external stakeholders to develop and apply policies and strategies and to achieve high levels of Operations Management. For further information please contact Mr Jeremy Matthew, Director T: 0436 838 250 or E: jeremy.matthewanu.edu.au The University actively encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. For more information on employment opportunities, contact our Indigenous Employment Consultant on indigenous.employmentanu.edu.au ANU values diversity and inclusion and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to those of all backgrounds and identities. For more information about staff equity at ANU, visit https://services.anu.edu.au/human-resources/respect-inclusion Application information In order to apply for this role please make sure that you upload the following documents: • A statement addressing the selection criteria. • A current curriculum vitae (CV) which includes the names and contact details of at least three referees (preferably including a current or previous supervisor). If your CV does not include referees you can complete these online when prompted in the application form. • Other documents, if required. Applications which do not address the selection criteria may not be considered for the position. Please note: The successful candidate must have rights to live and work in this country and will be required to undergo a background check during the recruitment process. An offer of employment is conditional on satisfactory results. Closing Date: 25 February 2024 • Thu, 01 FebThe Australian National University
Associate Director, Operations » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Classification: Senior Manager 3Salary package: Competitive salary package plus 17% superannuationTerms: Full time, Fixed term (up to 5 years) The mission of Facilities and Services Division is to "Enable academic excellence at ANU through integrated and innovative facilities and project delivery." The three key portfolios are Infrastructure and Planning, Operations and Corporate. The Operations portfolio has the responsibility for managing campus wide Building Maintenance, Building Operations, Security and Transport, Landscape and Conservation and the ANU Remote Sites across the ACT, NSW and NT. The Associate Director will provide leadership in supporting the direction of the division through continual improvement and change. The Associate Director will have a significant role in supporting the division’s operational and divisional plans and facilitating the achievement of the University’s strategic goals as described in the ANU Strategic Plan. The Associate Director, under broad direction of the Director, Facilities and Services, will ensure that all aspects of the Building Operations of the ANU in terms of its Preventative, Statutory and Reactive Maintenance, Building Operations (including campus-wide Waste and Cleaning services), campus Security and Guarding services, Landscape and Conservation, and management of the University’s remote sites, are delivered in a manner consistent with institutional priorities, with a high level of focus on contract management, data driven decision making and a high level of customer service and communications at the same time ensuring alignment with University governance, appropriate legislative and statutory frameworks and financial controls. The Associate Director will also provide advice to senior staff across all areas of the University in relation to the execution of the operational needs of a complex and diversified organisation. The Associate Director will work closely with other members of the division’s senior management team, heads of Schools and Colleges, other Service Divisions, and other significant internal and external stakeholders to develop and apply policies and strategies and to achieve high levels of Operations Management. For further information please contact Mr Jeremy Matthew, Director T: 0436 838 or E: anu.edu.au The University actively encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. For more information on employment opportunities, contact our Indigenous Employment Consultant on anu.edu.au ANU values diversity and inclusion and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to those of all backgrounds and identities. For more information about staff equity at ANU, visit https://services.anu.edu.au/human-resources/respect-inclusion Application information In order to apply for this role please make sure that you upload the following documents: • A statement addressing the selection criteria. • A current curriculum vitae (CV) which includes the names and contact details of at least three referees (preferably including a current or previous supervisor). If your CV does not include referees you can complete these online when prompted in the application form. • Other documents, if required. Applications which do not address the selection criteria may not be considered for the position. Please note: The successful candidate must have rights to live and work in this country and will be required to undergo a background check during the recruitment process. An offer of employment is conditional on satisfactory results. • Thu, 01 FebAustralian National University
Country Director Of Operations » Australia - Australian market. Primary Responsibilities In the role of Country Director of Operations, you will be accountable.... Statutory Board and Delegated Authority Statutory Director of various HDR entities related to Australian Operations. Ensure... • Wed, 31 JanHDR

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