Branch Manager Enterprise Architecture and Governance - Fisher Leadership
Fixed Term
Close Date: 03/05/2024
REF: NDIeag0224
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Branch Manager Enterprise Architecture and Governance

Fixed Term
Close Date: 03/05/2024
REF: NDIeag0224

SES Band 1 – Branch Manager – Enterprise Architecture and Governance

  • Seeking a forward-thinking executive with ICT governance experience
  • Open to major and regional city locations
  • Competitive salary and superannuation package available


Our participants, Our people, Our purpose:

We have an impactful opportunity to join the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) as the Branch Manager Enterprise Architecture and Governance responsible for the agency’s sprawling ICT architecture and implementing better practice governance as part the world leading National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), which is one of the biggest social reforms since Medicare. As an Agency, we support more than 600,000 participants with a significant and permanent disability, and the families and carers of those living with disability. For many Australians, this will be the first time they receive the disability support they need. The NDIA is designed to enhance the quality of life and increase economic and social participation for people with disability and provide peace of mind for every Australian.

A pivotal executive role awaits:

The NDIA is seeking a proven ICT or business professional to fill the Branch Manager Enterprise Architecture and Governance leading the coordination and governance of the agency’s sprawling ICT estate. The role will also provide leadership to the ICT PMO and business management functions as well provide values-based people leadership the enterprise architecture practice.

To be a strong contender you will need to be forward-thinking, self-motivated, resilient, and adept at building relationships in a complex and fast-paced environment. Functional leadership of the Branch is broad including managing staff, financial and physical resources, performance management, conflict resolution, identification of capacity, capability development and training.

Where you can add value:

The Branch Manager Enterprise Architecture and Governance role is a wide-reaching executive role in the organisation working with internal and external stakeholders and leveraging partnerships. You will be trusted adviser and systems thinker with in-depth knowledge of aligning business and information technology outcomes, underpinned by providing consistent and accurate advice to key governance committees. Your leadership management and strategic capabilities will ensuring alignment of NDIA ICT and digital priorities, innovation, and initiatives.

Placing a high priority on high-quality, timely, accurate and well-coordinated governance advice and demonstrating a positive attitude in the face of difficult or challenging situations, you will support the NDIA’s mission to ‘build a world-leading National Disability Insurance Scheme’.

Our ideal candidate:

The Branch Manager Enterprise Architecture and Governance, will have substantial senior information and communication technology management experience and/or experience in leading large regulatory governance functions, with a proven track record of strategy development, uplifting ICT governance and implementation that enhances organisational capability and outcomes.

Along with technical expertise, you will bring a contemporary approach to people leadership with a focus on talent development and fostering a culture of collaboration and innovation.

Relevant qualifications are advantageous and a personal commitment to ongoing professional development, so you stay abreast of the latest trends and best practices in this field.

Your NDIA Experience:

We work as one team. We are accepting, diverse and driven. We take a shared approach to making progress. We welcome and support each other and encourage different ideas, insights, and opinions. We empower and enable each other to be our best. Collaborating, connecting, and creating a workplace that we can all be proud of. And while we’re based far and wide across the country, we make sure nobody feels they’re out on their own.

This this role is ideally performed from a major capital or regional city and the role is intended to be filled initially for a period of 2-years fixed term with the possibility of further extensions.

Successful candidates will be required to undergo a pre-employment National Police History check and provide evidence of Australian Citizenship.

NDIA is committed to supporting an inclusive and diverse workforce and welcomes and encourages applications from People with Disability (PwD), First Nations peoples, LGBTIQA+ people, people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds, Mature age workers, as well as young workers and supporting an inter-generational workforce and supporting gender equity and families. NDIA will provide reasonable adjustments for candidates to participate equitably in the recruitment process and discuss workplace adjustments to fulfil the inherent requirements of the role.


Application Instructions

To apply, please click on ‘Apply Now’ using reference NDIeag0224 and addressing your application to Tania Robinson and Alice Silver. Alternatively, please email your application to


Your application should include:

  • A complete current resume.
  • A one-page pitch (maximum 750 words) quoting reference NDIeag0224


Your pitch should highlight relevant examples and accomplishments that demonstrate:

  • Your ability to lead people to deliver results.
  • Why you want to work for us.
  • What you will bring to the role.
  • Demonstrated experience in driving the delivery of strategy that aligns with organisational goals.


The closing date for applications is  3 May 2024.


RecruitAbility applies to this vacancy. Under the RecruitAbility scheme, you will be invited to participate in further assessment activities for the vacancy if you choose to opt-in to the scheme, declare you have a disability and meet the minimum requirements for the vacancy. All requests for reasonable adjustments will be considered and managed in consultation with you.

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If you wish to opt in under the RecruitAbility scheme, please clearly state this intention at the beginning of your one-page pitch.

For enquiries, or if you would like help understanding this document or would like to receive it in another format, please contact Tania Robinson or Alice Silver of Fisher Leadership via phone: 1300 347 437 using the National Relay Service 133 677 if required or email


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