- Shape best practice and strategic thinking
- Lead on systemic change and policy development
- Promote positive and sustainable culture behaviour
Details: The Professional Standards Unit provides a central investigation and advisory role for the ACT Public Sector under the auspices of the Public Sector Standards Commissioner.
Applications are sought for a highly influential leader to support the Public Sector Standards Commissioner by providing leadership for managers and staff undertaking investigations on misconduct matters and the management of complaints. The position leads and develops a team of senior officers and investigators. The role encompasses a breadth of accountabilities that will result in system wide enhancement in integrity and open government.
The position reports to the Public Sector Standards Commissioner on misconduct investigations and other matters related to the Commissioner’s statutory functions and to the Deputy Director-General, Workforce Capability and Governance on organisational and resourcing matters.
The Executive Branch Manager will be required to provide advice on the management of misconduct matters across the sector and utilise behavioural analytics and evidence-based insights to inform policy and practice development. Success requires developing productive influential relationships with senior leaders across ACT Government Directorates and Agencies. The role leads on the delivery of contemporary awareness raising and preventative education and training, relevant sector wide communications and also contributes to executive development programs for ACTPS employees.
The Executive Branch Manager, Public Sector Standards is responsible for leading and managing the relationship and arrangements with the ACT Integrity Commission to ensure the statutory functions are carried out in an effective and efficient way within the respective jurisdiction of the Public Sector Standards Commissioner and the Integrity Commissioner. The Executive Branch Manager, Public Sector Standards will also lead the policy development and operational aspects of misconduct matters where they intersect with serious and systemic corrupt conduct under the Integrity Commission Act 2018.
Remuneration: The position attracts a remuneration package ranging from $236,451 to $245,570 depending on current superannuation arrangements of the successful applicant. This includes a cash component of $182,388.
Contract: The successful applicant will be engaged under a performance based contract for a period of up to five years. Prospective applicants should be aware that details of long-term engagements are tabled in the ACT Legislative Assembly.
How to Apply: Please provide an application which includes a copy of your curriculum vitae and a statement addressing your experience against the executive capabilities.
Please go to fisherleadership.com and click on ‘APPLY ONLINE’ using reference ACGebm1220, or call David Baber at Fisher Leadership on +61 1300 347 437 for further information.
Closing Date: 22 January 2021