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Australian Public Service Commission
Director - Integrity Policy
Parkes NSW
The key duties of the position include:
The Role This role represents a ?once in a career? opportunity for a
person passionate about public service to influence integrity and
ethics in the APS. In this role you will: ? Manage a small team to
$ 125057 to $ 140590
develop, innovate and communicate policy about ethics and integrity
in the Australian Public Service. ? Engage effectively and sensitively
Opportunity Type
with a wide range of stakeholders including senior executives, APS
employees, other APS agencies, academics and members of the
public. ? Be responsible for the delivery of the APSC?s Ethics
Opportunity Status
Advisory Service. ? Support the Commissioner in the exercise of his
functions under the Public Service Act in relation to integrity and
Code of Conduct complaints against Agency Heads and statutory
office holders. The Person As a Director in the APSC, you will be
APS Classification
responsible for managing a team, and will form an important part of
Executive Level 2
the Commission?s leadership team. ? Demonstrated ability to lead
and develop people. ? Ability to drive change in a sensitive policy
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environment. ? The APS is in an accelerated period of change and
reform, and it is arguably more important than ever that the
government and citizens can continue to trust the public service.
You will need to be able to navigate and respond to complex
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questions of policy in topics such as corruption, integrity and
conduct. ? Significant experience in matters related to public sector
employment ? for example in integrity, conduct or employment law ?
Demonstrated high level of judgement and analytical skills when
dealing with sensitive matters. ? Exemplary personal and
professional integrity. In this role you will routinely handle highly
sensitive information and situations. ? Ability to represent the APSC
in public forums and to communicate clearly with a variety of
stakeholders and clients. ? Relevant qualifications in law or public
administration would be desirable. Experience in conducting
workplace investigations or complex administrative decision-making
would also be helpful.
Citizenship: To be eligible for employment with the Commission, you
must be an Australian Citizen or in limited circumstances in the
process of obtaining one. Security Clearance: A police check is a
mandatory requirement and in addition some roles may require the
ability to obtain and maintain a specified security clearance.
Contact Officer
Kerren Crosthwaite
Contact Phone
(02) 6202 3948

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