Director, Investigations, Performance and Conduct
Salary AUD145,000 - AUD155,000 per annum
Location Inner Suburbs Brisbane
Consultant Mary Darke
Date posted 11 October 20181 Farrer place Sydney 2000 Robert Walters Australia
About the organisation The Department of Education (DOE) is committed to taking our world-class education system further and preparing our students for the challenges of tomorrow. An industrially complex organisation, DOE works to strengthen teachers’ excellence, enabling student success. At DOE, you will be working for an organisation that values its people and promotes innovation. An opportunity exists within DOEs Corporate HR Division.
Working within the Integrity and Employee Relations unit, as the Director – Investigations, Performance and Conduct you will provide leadership, strategic direction and high level operational management to ensure continuous improvement of the management of investigations, performance, conduct and complaints of official misconduct.
- Drive transformational change to the investigative process relating to employee performance and conduct, facilitating better outcomes for the department, impacted individuals and the school community;
- Provide strategic leadership and expertise in the delivery of leading edge public sector investigation of complaints relating to alleged employee performance and conduct;
- Lead complex investigations;
- Establish and maintain strategic partnerships with internal and external stakeholders; and
- Oversee and prepare complex reports and submissions for senior management, the Minister and other diverse audiences.
- Shapes strategic thinking through highly developed leadership skills and the ability to provide comprehensive policy advise regarding complex and sensitive investigations, performance and conduct matters to inform and influence decision making;
- Achieves results through superior analytical and problem solving skills to build organisational capability and responsiveness, and develop innovative solutions to address issues;
- Cultivates productive working relationships with a broad stakeholder group, working collaboratively in a complex operating environment to achieve business outcomes;
- Ability to interpret and apply legislative and regulatory provisions to complex and sensitive circumstances to achieve corporate outcomes; and
- Excellent communication and interpersonal capabilities, including written, consultation and negotiation abilities at a strategic level.
To apply please click apply or call Mary Darke on 07 3032 2287 for a confidential discussion.