Director Advocacy Competition International And Intelligence All Accc Locations Jobs Vacancy in Australian Competition Consumer Commission Accc
- Director Advocacy Competition International And Intelligence All Accc Locations
- Australian Competition Consumer Commission Accc
- 17 May, 2018 4 days ago
Australian Competition Consumer Commission Accc urgently required following position for Director Advocacy Competition International And Intelligence All Accc Locations. Please read this job advertisement carefully before apply. There are some qualifications, experience and skills requirement that the employers require. Does your career history fit these requirements? Ensure you understand the role you are applying for and that it is suited to your skills and qualifications.
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Director Advocacy Competition International And Intelligence All Accc Locations Jobs Vacancy in Australian Competition Consumer Commission Accc Jobs Details:
Ongoing EL2 Opportunity
Salary from $120,335 to $141,021 (plus 15.4% superannuation)
Contact Officer: Bruce Cooper (02) 6243 1256
Specialised Enforcement and Advocacy division has responsibility for several aspects of the ACCC’s investigation, compliance and enforcement activities including the criminal cartel enforcement, substantial lessening of competition, commercial construction and finance sector investigations. The Division also supports the ACCC’s role in promoting competitive and informed markets and fair trading practices by providing intelligence, international engagement and advocacy functions – located in the Advocacy, Competition, International and Intelligence branch.
As the Director of the Intelligence Section, you will be responsible for:
- Managing and growing the division’s regulatory intelligence function and working collaboratively with other areas of the organisation whose work is complementary.
- Managing the collation and analysis of divisional data for the purposes of organisational reporting
- Managing and developing information sources relevant to the agency.
- excellent organisational skills, including the ability to establish priorities, delegate and develop methods to ensure the section delivers quality, timely and professional outcomes;
- superior technical knowledge and expertise in the development of regulatory intelligence products, including both tactical and strategic intelligence.
- Superior technical knowledge in the effective utilisation of information technology and software solutions.
- superior communication, presentation and liaison skills;
- proven ability to guide, develop, manage, lead and motivate staff to work independently under broad guidance.
- The proven ability to think strategically and contribute to the management of a work area/branch.
1. Manage the development and implementation of a regulatory intelligence function on competition and consumer protection issues including proactive identification of issues.
2. Liaise, represent and build extensive networks with key stakeholders and ensure information, intelligence and advice is provided to relevant areas of the Division in a timely and effective manner.
3. Manage or undertake higher level research into specific areas of focus and emerging developments relevant to the ACCC.
4. Manage and undertake the timely preparation of clear, concise, well presented and relevant analysis in written or oral form on consumer protection and competition issues.
5. Coordinate and prepare more complex correspondence, submissions and recommendations for action by the Commission, stakeholders and other departments.
6. Undertake strategic planning and manage the Section’s resources including managing individual and team performance to achieve high level outcomes.
7. Uphold the principles of the ACCC’s leadership protocol.
8. Participate in other duties as directed.
How to apply
When applying you will be asked to upload your resume and submit a statement of claims, not exceeding 800 words, that details your suitability and interest in the role.
For more information on working with the ACCC and to apply online please visit www.accc.gov.au/employment .
This opportunity is available to all Australian citizens.
Full time and part time roles may be filled through this process. Candidates interested in full time and part time opportunities are encouraged to apply. The ACCC is an equal opportunity employer.
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