Closes: 29 September 2021
Classification: Executive Level 2.2
Position No: E107
Contact Officer: Jane Simmons on email@example.com or (02) 6207 6641
Details: The Executive Group Manager Service Design and Delivery report to the Deputy Director-General and is part of the Directorate’s Senior Executive Team and Corporate Executive team.
The position requires a person with exceptional executive leadership and management skills as well as expertise in service design, continuous improvement, and an understanding of the relationships between the Directorate, Government, Minister, peak bodies, and community.
The position requires superior skills in developing and implementing new service models, improvement strategies, program reform and the ability to think strategically. Excellent interpersonal, organisational and communication skills are critical for this role.
High level analytical and negotiating skills, superior judgment in relation to financial management and organisational improvement and the capacity for innovation and value adding are necessary.
The major responsibilities of the Service Design and Delivery Division are:
Remuneration: The position attracts a remuneration package ranging from $291,186 - $302,749 depending on current superannuation arrangements of the successful applicant. This includes a cash component of $231,249.
Contract: The successful applicant will be engaged under a performance-based contract for a period of five years. Prospective applicants should be aware that details of long-term engagements are tabled in the ACT Legislative Assembly.
How to Apply: Applications should include a curriculum vitae and supporting claims against the Executive Capabilities.
Applications should be submitted via the Apply Now button below.
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