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February

(Identified) Manager, Executive Office

Housing and Property - Sydney, NSW

Administration & Secretarial
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JOB DESCRIPTION

  • Key strategic role; build strong relationships and work in partnership other key government agencies.
  • Ongoing, full-time position
  • Salary commencing at $128,089 plus superannuation
  • Parramatta head office location with flexible working practices embedded (location is negotiable)

This is an identified recruitment activity conducted in accordance with Rule 26 of the Government Sector Employment Rules 2014 in relation to the employment of eligible persons. This role is for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people.

About The Opportunity

As the Manager, Executive Officer you will be responsible for leading the provision of high quality Ministerial Liaison and executive support / secretariat services to the Aboriginal Housing Office (AHO) Chief Executive, AHO Executive and AHO Board.

Leading a small team, your role will be to ensure you and the team are the critical liaison point for Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (DPIE) and other Government agencies. In this position you’ll work closely with Engagement and Communications Manager to ensure alignment of Board and Executive messaging and communications and will collaborate with senior leadership.

Sounds interesting? You can learn more through reviewing the role description and supplementary information sheet.

About You

You will share our vision of ensuring every Aboriginal person in NSW has equal access to, and choice in, affordable housing and supporting vulnerable Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and families to achieve their goals.

A high level of verbal and written communication skills is necessary for this role. As you’ll be liaising with senior stakeholders, presenting information in a confident and credible manner as well as, juggling multiple priorities for you and the team is needed. Coordination, organisation, communication and people management skills will set you up for success in this fast-paced position. We’re open to innovative minds and you will have experience in understanding your macro environment and technology to implement and create efficient solutions.

Essential Requirements
  • Tertiary qualifications in a related discipline and/or equivalent knowledge, skills and experience with demonstrated commitment to ongoing professional development.
  • Demonstrated understanding of Aboriginal cultural beliefs and attitudes and of the socio-economic position of Aboriginal people within Australian society, and of their impacts in relation to housing.
  • A thorough understanding of the Aboriginal political and historical impacts upon policy developments in NSW and nationally in relation to Aboriginal land rights, and Aboriginal land use.
  • Appointments are subject to reference checks and National Criminal History Record Check.

Role specific capabilities
  • Demonstrable capabilities in in leading and providing comprehensive and responsive executive support services.

How To Apply And Recruitment Process Information

To apply for this great opportunity, submit your current resume and a cover letter detailing why you would be the perfect fit for this role.

Applications close on 21 February 2021 at 11.55pm. To discuss the details of the role, please contact Tracey Callaghan from Talent Acquisition on tracey.callaghan@dpie.nsw.gov.au. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you require any adjustments or others needs you may have during the recruitment process.

Appointments are subject to reference checks. Some roles may also require the following checks/ clearances:
  • National Criminal History Record Check in accordance with the Disability Inclusion Act 2014
  • Working with Children Check clearance in accordance with the Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012

A recruitment pool may be created for ongoing and temporary roles of the same role or role type that may become available for filling over the next eighteen months.

About To Aboriginal Housing Office

The AHO is a statutory authority, established under the Aboriginal Housing Act 1998 (NSW) and plans, administers and expands the policies, program and asset base for Aboriginal housing in NSW. This includes resource allocation, sector-wide policy, strategic planning, and monitoring outcomes and performance in the Aboriginal community housing sector. In order to achieve this AHO receives funding from both the NSW and the Australian Governments and is now part of the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (DPIE).

At the Aboriginal Housing Office (AHO), our vision is to ensure that every Aboriginal person in NSW has equal access to and choice in, affordable housing.

We’re changing the way we do things to deliver better housing solutions to our clients and the community and we need you to help us get there!

Our commitment to flexible working

The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment is committed to ensuring the sector reflects the NSW community it serves. We support an inclusive workplace where staff have access to opportunities and resources at all levels, enabling our team members to drive innovation, productivity and delivery of high-quality services. We are open to discussing flexible working arrangements and encourage our people to explore new ways of working - including part-time, job-share or working from different locations. Everyone can ask about it.

Our commitment to Diversity

The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment strives to be an inclusive workplace for all people. We recognise that we operate in a diverse community and welcome and encourage applications from all ages and genders, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, culturally and linguistically diverse groups, the LGBTIQ+ community, veterans, refugees and people with disability.

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