Central Coast Council is the 9th largest local government area in Australia, with a growing community of 300,000+. Ideally located on the northern fringe of Sydney, the Central Coast offers pristine beaches, beautiful national parks and lush hinterland, making it one of the best places in Australia to live and work.
Currently in its transitionary phase resulting from the recent merger, Council is transforming the organisation into a single entity, harnessing the merger benefits and forming a solid foundation upon which to shape the future in collaboration with its vibrant community.
Critical to Council's future success will be the appointment of a high performing executive team delivering across a broad section of Council services, to ensure exceptional service outcomes in line with organisational priorities.
These leadership roles report directly to the Chief Executive Officer and offer opportunities for strategically oriented leaders to drive reform, enhance team culture and build high performing teams in a modern, responsive, values based organisation which delivers value for money.
The Executive Manager, Governance is responsible for driving and ensuring accountability throughout the organisation and coordinating all matters relating to internal and external governance across all areas of the business.
The Executive Manager, Governance has a focus to develop and embed appropriate frameworks to address strategic, operational and legal risk ensuring both internal and external conformance and accountability.
Applicants require relevant tertiary qualifications, excellent financial and project management skills, an understanding of the dynamic and future demands of local government and a track record of success at executive level. Attractive remuneration packages will be negotiated.
Detailed information is available by visiting mcarthur.com.au and entering the desired job reference in the "Job Search" area. For more information, please contact Susanne Lyall or Matthew McArthur on (02) 9277 7000.
Applications close 5pm, Monday 3 April 2017.
134024 Posted On:19/03/2017