Level 7 Associate Director $117,735 to $126,033 + 9.5% super
Level 6 Principal Performance Analysts $100,966 to $111,590 + 9.5% super
Level 5 Senior Performance Analysts $87,047 to $95,994 + 9.5% super
Are you a senior analyst or evaluation professional who wants to improve public sector program performance management and accountability?
The OAG is a key source of independent and objective information for Parliament and the community on public sector efficiency and effectiveness and whether the community receives value for its tax dollars. Over the past year, our performance audit teams have contributed to delivering reports on interesting and important topics such as:
Check out some recent reports, and the other work we do, on our website.
Our people have diverse professional backgrounds, coming from careers such as science, policy, data analysis, finance and program management in addition to holding a relevant tertiary qualification.
Level 7 Performance Audit Associate Directors:
- plan, direct and deliver multi-team, broad or narrow scope performance audits and investigations of government services and activities
- deliver high quality, timely and cost effective reports, that meet business unit targets, to Parliament
- manage senior level, internal and external relationships with government entities, broader stakeholders and Parliament
- advise and mentor team members; and manage contractors
- advise the Assistant Auditor General on planning and policy to consistently achieve business unit objectives.
Ideal applicants will have:
- excellent communication skills - written, verbal and presentation
- outstanding research and analytical skills with experience evaluating systems, processes and programs
- a track record of successful small team leadership in a deadline driven environment
- strong client relationship management experience in diverse and complex environments
- resilience, flexibility and adaptability in a changing environment.
We have 1 permanent full time Associate Director position available immediately. While this selection process will initially be used to appoint to this advertised vacancy, it may also be used to appoint to similar positions on a temporary or permanent basis that may arise in the Office within the next 6 months.
Level 5 and 6 Performance Analysts:
Contribute to, and as required, lead project teams conducting control and performance audits of public sector entities, services and activities.
Ideal applicants will have:
- demonstrated experience identifying, collecting and analysing qualitative and quantitative information
- excellent verbal and written communications skills in client and stakeholder liaison
- report writing skills and demonstrated experience delivering budget based outcomes
- understanding of evaluation principles, methods and standards
- have demonstrated experience in leading project teams – Level 6 Principal Performance Analysts.
We have a number of permanent and fixed term opportunities available for immediate filling. While this selection process will initially be used to appoint to this advertised vacancy, it may also be used to appoint to similar positions on a temporary or permanent basis that may arise in the Office within the next 6 months.
How to apply
If you have the qualities and experience of our ideal applicants, as outlined above, we’d like to receive your current, comprehensive CV that clearly communicates the skills and experience you will transfer into these roles; and a 2 page statement that includes 1 or more examples that best demonstrate your achievements – outlining your role, the challenges faced and what you did to achieve a result. Do not address the criteria in the JDF.
Please specify in your written statement the role and level you are applying for.
You must provide evidence of your essential qualifications and the names of 2 referees to gain an interview. Referees will only be contacted for recommended applicants, after interviews.
We encourage you to contact Aloha Morrissey on 6557 7630 for further information about this position.
This advertised vacancy closes on Monday 11 March 2019 at 12.00pm (noon).
Late and pro-forma applications will not be accepted.
Applicants are encouraged to apply on line by clicking on the “Apply for Job” button at the top/bottom of the screen.
The OAG is an equal opportunity employer that supports a work life balance