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Director, (El2) Ird, Gas Inquiry

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission - Adelaide, SA

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Infrastructure RegulationDivision (IRD)

The Infrastructure Regulation Division (IRD) performs a widerange of roles across key sectors of the economy, includingtelecommunications, fuel, gas, electricity, rail,wheat export, airports, ports, financial services and postalservices.

Our roles and functions include:

  • monitoring, analysing and reporting on market conditions and trends
  • conducting major inquiries of key markets
  • setting price and non-price terms for access to major infrastructure
  • monitoring compliance with industry-specific provisions of the Competition and Consumer Act (CCA)
  • providing advice to government on policy development and law reform
  • advocating for effective regulation of certain infrastructure markets.

Gas Inquirybranch

The Gas Inquiry branch forms part of the ACCC’sInfrastructure Regulation Division (IRD). IRD performs a wide rangeof roles across key sectors of the economy includingtelecommunications, fuel, gas, electricity, rail and airports.

The Gas Inquiry branch was formed to carry out a Governmentdirection to conduct a wide-ranging inquiry into the gas marketover three years, commencing in April 2017. In 2019, the Governmentannounced the extension of the ACCC gas inquiry to end of 2025.

The inquiry’s scope covers the full supply chain, fromproduction, transportation, storage and supply and examines boththe domestic market and export markets. The ACCC has compulsoryinformation gathering powers under the inquiry and is required toreport at least six-monthly. The work of the branch involves:investigative activities; economic, financial and policy analysis;drafting of legal notices, briefs and public reports; developmentof policy recommendations; and engagement with a range ofstakeholders.

More information about the inquiry, including its scope and publicreports is available at:

As a Director in the Gas Inquiry branch, you will report to theGeneral Manager, Gas Inquiry branch and be responsible for theinitiating, project managing and final production of material forthe Gas Inquiry’s regular six-monthly reports to theTreasurer.

Our successful applicant(s) will:

  • lead and guide staff to investigate and analyse information to form evidence-based conclusions about the operation of Australia’s gas market
  • oversee research and interpretation of Australia’s energy legislation and policy frameworks
  • apply legal, economic, competition and regulatory concepts and principles to develop responses to complex market issues
  • prepare and present briefs, reports and publications for a variety of internal and external stakeholders, including the inquiry’s project board, Commissioners, government, businesses, members of the public, consumer advocates and industry groups
  • oversee the both regular reporting and deep dive work streams, ensuring that each work stream is planned, data and information is collected in time, managed appropriately and key issues and messages are identified and communicated clearly
  • lead engagement with stakeholders relating to data and information collection, analysis of issues and the development of policy initiatives relevant to the Gas Inquiry and the ACCC’s role
  • lead and manage a team across multiple physical locations to deliver regular inquiry reports, including providing direction; allocating responsibilities; giving feedback; setting priorities; coaching and developing team members
  • coordinate work in a collegiate way with the other directors in the branch and mentor and motivate team members, to ensure that the branch works together to achieve outcomes and supports a healthy culture
  • engage collaboratively with staff throughout the ACCC and AER and with other regulators and agencies.

This role provides an opportunity to be part of a leadershipteam of a branch with a highly supportive culture known fordelivering high quality analysis. Team members are strongly engagedand skilled in their work on issues that are topical and of highinterest to policy makers. The role will allow you to contribute tomeaningful decisions that impact the economic welfare ofAustralians.

For more information about the role including the selectioncriteria, please see the attached Candidate Kit.

How to apply

When applying you will be required to upload your resume andrespond to the following two behavioural questions, with a maximumresponse of 400 words per question.

Salary: $123,969 to $145,280 per annum (plus 15.4%superannuation)

This role is available on a full time, part time or jobshare basis.