Director, Organisational Performance
- Lead organisational wide initiatives
- Promote engagement across the organisation
- Develop strong relationships with relevant stakeholders
The Director, Organisational Performance leads critical corporate functions including the key portfolios of finance, people and culture, risk, information technology and facilities management. Working across the organisation, the role promotes a culture of high performance and collaboration, and maintains key external relationships, such as the Department of Treasury and Finance.
Reporting to the CEO and as a key member of the executive leadership team, the Director, Organisational Performance will play a key role in leading effective systems development and process improvements to support the organisation’s rapid growth and transformation program as its statutory roles and responsibilities expand.
The successful candidate will have proven experience leading similar corporate functions in complex and multifaceted environments. A track record of delivering best practice corporate service strategies focused on improving organisational outcomes will be key for success in this role.
The director Organisational performance will demonstrate contemporary leadership, exemplary relationship management skills as well as comfort with ambiguity and complexity.
Superior written communication skills are mandatory and tertiary qualifications in business or organisational change, are highly desirable.
The Essential Services Commission is Victoria’s independent economic regulator of essential services that promotes the long term interest of Victorian consumers.
The commission is a leading regulator with responsibilities spanning energy and energy efficiency, water, local government, transport and the Port of Melbourne
For more information visit : www.esc.vic.gov.au
To apply – please click on ‘Apply now’ using reference ESCdop0120, addressing your cover letter and resume to Kate Wheeler of Fisher Leadership, or call +61 1300 347 437 for further information.