Coordinator-General Climate Action
- Lead on the ACT Government’s ambitious climate change agenda
- Deliver on making the ACT the renewable energy capital of Australia
- Support a community committed to government action
The ACT Public Service (ACTPS) is responsible for a diverse range of state and municipal functions and delivers services to the people of the ACT and surrounding region under a ‘one service’ structure, employing around 24,500 staff.
This role leads the Office of the Coordinator General for Climate Action which promotes and coordinates the Territory’s climate action agenda and oversees the delivery of initiatives. It also supports the Cabinet Subcommittee on Climate Action.
This is an outstanding opportunity to be at the forefront of driving energy reform in a jurisdiction committed to some of the most ambitious global emissions reduction targets.
We are seeking a collaborative, action-oriented executive leader who can work across ACT Government directorates and with business and community to support the delivery of the Government’s agenda and program commitments. The successful candidate will be a values driven leader who builds cohesive relationships and high-performing teams. You will have demonstrated experience in providing authoritative and forward-thinking advice, economic analysis and program and project implementation. Experience in strategic regulatory, risk and quality frameworks are expected.
Relevant degree and/or higher qualifications is expected.
Contract: The successful applicant will be engaged under a performance-based contract for a period of up to five years. Prospective applicants should be aware that details of long-term engagements are tabled in the ACT Legislative Assembly.
How to Apply: Before applying, please call David Baber, Partner at Fisher Leadership to discuss (direct on 0459 991 501).
Application requires a targeted one-page cover letter, your curriculum vitae and a statement addressing your track record against qualifications/requirements and the executive capabilities stated in the position description.
Please go to fisherleadership.com and click on ‘APPLY ONLINE’ using reference ACGcgc0521.