Permanent
Melbourne
Close Date: 17/12/2017
REF: AITcoo1117
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Corporate Operations Officer

Permanent
Melbourne
Close Date: 17/12/2017
REF: AITcoo1117
Apply now All Permanent Opportunities
  • Key Leadership Opportunity
  • Drive a culture of continuous improvement
  • Coordinate a multi-functional, high impact team

The Position

In this newly created position reporting to the General Manager of Corporate Strategy, Governance and Finance, AITSL seeks to attract an outstanding senior manager with highly developed interpersonal skills and knowledge of corporate delivery. The Corporate Operations Officer will lead a multi-functional team including specialists from HR, ICT, Corporate, Governance and Risk, Project Management and Finance and Administration.

The Corporate Operations Officer role encompasses diverse responsibilities, including management and development of the teams’ capability, operations, policy development, creative thinking and project delivery.

The appointee will liaise with both internal and external stakeholders to deliver on business requirements. The role requires a vibrant person, possessing excellent coordination, organisational, communication and stakeholder engagement skills.

About AITSL

AITSL was established by the Australian Government to provide national leadership in promoting excellence so that teachers and school leaders have the maximum impact on student learning in all Australian schools. The organisation plays a key role in leading significant national educational reform. AITSL is part of, and operates, within the national education architecture and has a national remit to work with the education community in all states and territories, systems and sectors.

For more information visit: www.aitsl.edu.au.

To apply – use the reference AITcoo1117, addressing your cover letter addressing the key selection criteria and resume to Lesley Lightfoot, of Fisher Leadership, or call +61 1300 347 437 for further information.

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