Investigations Adviser

  • Australia
  • Melbourne
  • Contract
  • AU$65 - AU$70 per hour

The role

The role will work within approved enforcement policies and procedures and undertake compliance and enforcement activities in partnership with other enforcement agencies. This role is an initial 3 month contract + possible extensions.

Accountabilities

  • Conduct efficient investigations, and manage investigations
  • Gather evidence to support compliance and enforcement activities and ensure files, records and data are managed appropriately
  • Prepare investigation reports, briefings and correspondence
  • Negotiate with stakeholders utilising persuasion

Required

  • Experience working as an Investigations Officer
  • Proven ability in leading complex investigations
  • Qualifications in investigations
  • Good communication skills

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RIsk and Compliance Manager

  • Australia
  • Melbourne
  • Permanent
  • Negotiable

  • Permanent Position – Government Agency
  • CBD Location – Hybrid Working Environment
  • VPS6 – $130,673 – 174,869 + super

The role:

Our Victorian Government client is seeking a highly skilled and motivated Security Risk and Assurance Manager to join their Information Management and Technology Division (IMTD).

This pivotal role will provide the Information Security Director with assurance that the Division’s security risks, and compliance obligations are effectively identified and managed. The successful candidate will be instrumental in developing the Department’s ICT security risk framework and coordinating audit activities within the Division.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Establish and govern security risk structures and processes to support effective security risk decisions across the department’s portfolio.
  • Consult with staff and management to map existing processes, identify potential risks, and design assurance programs
  • Creating precise scoping documents, audit and risk reports, briefings, and correspondence to communicate security risk and audit findings effectively
  • Supervising the comprehensive annual reporting of the VPDSF (Virtual Private Data Secure Framework) for both educational institutions and corporate entities.
  • Facilitate security governance forums and committees
  • Supervise a team consisting of six members

In carrying out these responsibilities, you will:

  • Strong experience working in the Risk and Assurance space (preferably in the government sector)
  • Consult and collaborate with internal risk and assurance teams and 3rd party auditors
  • Experience leading and managing a small team in the Risk and Assurance space
  • Align with and comply with the department’s risk frameworks and standard
  • Support staff with security risk management and assurance initiatives
  • Strong understanding of information security controls and ISMS standards such as ISO 27001/2, CobIT, and CRISC
  • Exceptional stakeholder management and able to build trust and rapport quickly

What’s in it for you:

  • Permanent Position – Government Agency
  • CBD Location – Hybrid Working Environment
  • VPS6 – $130,673 – 174,869 + super

Apply today to secure an interview or for more information call Sarah Jordan on 03 9236 7765 for more information.

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Asset Management Officer

  • Australia
  • Melbourne
  • Contract
  • AU$67.16 - AU$75 per hour

The Role

We are seeking a Asset Management Officer for an initial contract until September 2024, with the possibility of extension. As a key player within our government client’s department, you will take on a leadership role in shaping and maintaining their asset management framework, contributing to the development of robust systems for financial and environmental reporting.

Responsibilities

  • Support the design, development, and maintenance of the government department’s asset management framework.
  • Ensure the preparation of annual financial and organizational environmental reports, including FRD24 annual reporting.
  • Align documentation and processes with the Asset Management Accountability Framework (AMAF) and commitments to managing climate change.
  • Collaborate with internal stakeholders to enhance asset management processes

About You

  • Project management experience.
  • Expertise in managing asset management processes and documentation.
  • Knowledge and experience with the Victorian Government Asset Management Accountability Framework (AMAF).
  • Strong stakeholder management skills.

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Quality, Compliance, Risk and Policy Specialist

  • Australia
  • Melbourne
  • Permanent
  • AU$100000.00 - AU$110000.00 per annum + Super and Salary packaging

The Client & Role:

We’re currently working with a charitable organisation based in the easter suburbs, they’re looking to bring on a Quality, Compliance, Risk and Policy Specialist to be responsible for timely and accurate reporting to federal and state community housing regulators.

Also supporting state managers to achieve key outcomes through policy provision, coordination and expert advice nationally. This role will be pivotal in supporting all non-financial support functions within the program, working closely with key stakeholders including internal, state housing departments and regulatory bodies to achieve the long-term goals of the organisation.

Responsibilities:

  • Ensure compliance with statutory, contractual & organisational standards.
  • In conjunction with the GM, complete the quarterly quality and compliance reports.
  • Assess product, compliance, and operational risks to develop and implement risk management strategies.
  • Ensure timelines for compliance, contractual and organisational reporting timelines are met.
  • Be responsible for the contribution, oversight and maintenance of the risk management plan and risk register.
  • Identify and discuss emerging compliance and risk issues with the GM.
  • Chair the Quality Management Group meetings held every quarter.
  • Ensure compliance with statutory, contractual & organisational standards.
  • Maintain requirements of Community Housing registrations nationally.
  • File appropriate reports with all regulatory agencies in consultation with State Managers.
  • Verify that Chintaro is up to date with latest property and tenancy movements and property information. Validate data on a quarterly basis.
  • Monitor and report on incidents and complaints received, ensuring Solvsafety is updated and issues closed out within KPI’s.
  • Support and lead State Managers to a positive workplace culture of continuous improvement.
  • Ensure policies and procedures related to compliance and contractual requirements activities are established, monitored, reviewed and accessible, and observed within the internal business units.
  • Ensure all overarching policies and procedures are circulated and implemented at all levels within the program, including all governance and probity areas for the board.
  • Assist with the coordination, development and implementation of the strategic and business plans for Housing in alignment with national housing strategy and plans.
  • Support and coordinate State Managers to maintain national consistency for all required reports under the regulatory systems.
  • Implement and regularly review policies and procedures for consistency across all states, noting local differences.
  • In conjunction with the CEO and GM, develop a tender response / tracking database nationally.
  • Support the preparation of program responses to government inquiries, white papers or policy position.

Required Skills & Specialisms:

  • 5+ years’ experience in quality, risk and compliance
  • Sound knowledge of housing regulatory systems nationally within the social housing and community welfare sector, or equivalent (e.g. Aged care).
  • Understanding the framework around government funding and affordable and community housing.
  • Exposure to government relations and policy advocacy.
  • Excellent written and verbal skills, and broad communication and influencing skills
  • Sound computer literacy in common applications eg. Microsoft office.
  • Tertiary qualification in community housing, community services or relevant discipline (Desirable)
  • Experience in information systems including databases and document management systems (Desirable).

If you are a Quality, Compliance and Policy Specialist with experience in housing or social enterprise initiatives and are looking for a permanent position apply via the link provided or submit your CV to daniel.clifford@talentinternational.com

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