Are you a leader with a passion for protecting the confidentiality, integrity and availability of Government information systems?
The Office of the Auditor General for Western Australia is an independent agency reporting directly to Parliament on public sector accountability and performance. We help Parliament hold government to account; are a key source of independent and objective information to the community; and help promote change to improve public services across 180 State and 148 local government entities.
Information systems auditors scrutinise business processes and analyse entity information systems and technology that holds a variety of sensitive information. Check out some of our recent Information Systems reports.
The Senior Director schedules work programs and directs contemporary information systems auditing operations across a diverse range of government entities. The work program supports financial audit opinions; and delivers reports directly to Parliament on the maturity and effectiveness of entity information systems and controls.
Role of Senior Director:
- directs the implementation of contemporary information systems audit policies and procedures
- leads and ensures delivery of public sector entity information systems audit reports to Parliament
- leads the research and analysis of information systems auditing approaches and issues to add value to the OAG and other public sector entities
- oversees contract management for outsourced information systems audits.
KEY LEADERSHIP CAPABILITIES
Shaping and managing strategy
- develop and manage strategies using contemporary information systems principles and best practice to deliver information systems audits and reports to Parliament (including delivering multiple programs of work)
- develop and lead the annual work program and deliver agreed outcomes
Building productive relationships
- build and maintain strategic relationships with key stakeholders across sectors; support, lead and develop high performing teams
Exemplifying personal integrity and self-awareness
- display public sector values, professionalism and scepticism within a governance and accountability framework
Communicating and influencing effectively and respectfully
- confidently present information clearly and simply to a variety of audiences in written and verbal communications.
We have 1 permanent full-time position available for immediate filling.
How to apply
To be considered for this position we require:
- a comprehensive CV detailing your relevant experience
- a 2 page statement supported by examples outlining your transferable experience demonstrating the key leadership capabilities outlined above.
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 recommend contacting Jordan Langford-Smith on (08) 6557 7609 for further information regarding this position.
This position closes on Monday 19 October 2020 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.