Expressions of interest – Victorian Auditor-General’s Office
- Develop your policy capabilities in a professional and agile workplace
- Broad range of disciplines sought, such as the arts, economics, business, law, accounting, public policy, social and natural sciences, and statistics.
- Range of opportunities at VPS 4, 5 and 6 level
- Extraordinary flexible work arrangements
- Clear path for development and career progression
The Victorian Auditor-General’s Office (VAGO) is part of Victoria’s integrity system and informs the Parliament and Victorians about the performance of the public sector and how to improve public services.
A newly established Parliamentary Reports and Services Division (PRSD) of the organisation, led by the Assistant Auditor-General, is building a flexible and agile team and seeks to fill multiple VPS level positions. The Division’s work involves review of policy objectives and drivers across the public sector.
- Highly developed research, analytical, conceptual and problem-solving skills,
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills and;
- Highly developed interpersonal, collaboration and stakeholder engagement skills
- Policy and program know how
VAGO enables you to work flexibly from home or any other location in Australia and provides you with a comprehensive best-practice office set-up for your home. When you work in the office at 35 Collins St, Melbourne, you will find an energy-efficient space in a city centre location with great views, activity-based working zones, secure bike storage, change rooms, lockers and easy access to transport and parking.
Job share arrangements will be considered.
To express your interest, please click ‘APPLY NOW’ and submit a one page CV noting reference code: VAGXvps1023. Applications will be assessed upon receipt, so we encourage you to submit your EOI as soon as possible. A consultant will be in contact should you be assessed as a good fit for these opportunities to discuss next steps.
If you have applied for VAGO roles through Fisher Leadership in recent months, there is no need to re-submit.