- Federal Government opportunity in Surry Hills
- 12-month contract
- $605.55 per day + super
- Hybrid working arrangement available.
The EL1 Assistant Director Ecosystem Reform is an important team leadership position
within the agency and will have delegated authority and responsibility to resolve issues and risks across wide-ranging activities of substantial depth involving significant detail. The role requires providing leadership, control, planning, resource management, performance management and decision making for the Team Membership and assigned Contractors working within the work area.
Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:
- Collaborate with the state/territory governments on reforms to address participant needs in mainstream systems (justice, child protection, health, housing, education, transport).
- Work closely with the DSS and other Commonwealth departments via the Disability Reform Ministerial Council to develop positions for improved participant outcomes.
- Seek and analyze expert advice from various business areas, forming an Agency position. Lead negotiations with external stakeholders, influencing decision-making.
- Develop comprehensive briefings supporting Senior Executives in disability ecosystem reform discussions. Prepare briefing materials and correspondence for Minister and Executive.
- Analyze and present structured and unstructured data to support decision-making.
- Ensure timely meeting of performance and reporting requirements at quality standards.
- Proven team leadership in dynamic environments.
- Strong problem-solving skills for complex issues.
- Extensive collaboration with government departments.
- Consistently achieved positive outcomes.
- Effective communication, negotiation, and adaptability.
In order to be considered applicants are required to hold an Australian Citizenship.
If this sounds like the role for you, please submit an updated copy of your resume in MS Word format by hitting APPLY NOW or call Ankita on 02 9200 3683 for more information.
DFP welcomes applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and people with disability. In addition, DFP will provide reasonable adjustments for individuals with disability throughout the recruitment process. If you identify as a person with disability and require adjustments to the application, recruitment, selection and/or assessment process, please advise via firstname.lastname@example.org or 1300 337 000 and indicate your preferred method of communication (email, phone, text) so we can keep in touch and meet your accessibility needs.