Manager Governance and Integrity
- Be part of a journey to transform from ‘Good to Great’
- Key appointment with a clear integrity mandate
- Join an organisation with an uncompromising public interest ethos
Your leadership will work closely with the guide Council to deliver transparent community leadership with the security of probity and legislative compliance. You will lead the delivery of integrity practices to ensure sustainable business frameworks. In this way you will provide our community with the confidence that Council is acting with integrity and compliance in all our activities.
Reporting to the Director Corporate Services, this is Council’s Integrity Lead and Principle Conduct Officer. You will be responsible for the leadership of Council’s Governance team, which supports and provides legislative and probity guidance to Councillors, the Executive Management team and the organisation in the conduct of corporate responsibilities and ensures the organisation’s reputation is maintained and enhanced through well balanced and informed decision making. The position is supported by a team of committed professional and technical officers.
The successful candidate will clearly demonstrate experience of Governance and Integrity principles and their application to Council delivery, practices and procedures. Also the role requires an understanding of Integrity Agency objectives and expectations in the delivery of public sector services.
Tertiary Qualifications in Local Government Governance, Business, Law, Commerce or relevant discipline are expected.
Located 15 kilometres east of Melbourne’s CBD, the City of Whitehorse is a major hub of cultural, commercial, business and innovative activity in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne. Its almost 179,000 residents live in the suburbs of Blackburn, Blackburn North, Blackburn South, Box Hill, Box Hill North, Box Hill South, Burwood, Burwood East, Forest Hill, Mitcham, Mont Albert, Mont Albert North, Nunawading, Surrey Hills, Vermont and Vermont South. The city is culturally diverse,
At the City of Whitehorse, community is at the heart of everything. To stay ahead of the evolving changes and needs of the community, the organisation is undertaking an exciting transformation journey that will transform ways of working and will empower employees to be innovative and constantly striving towards providing excellent customer experience at all times.
To apply – click on ‘Opportunities’ at www.fisherleadership.com and select ‘Apply Now’ clearly quoting reference code, WHCmgi0521, submitting a brief cover letter along with one impactful example (150 words max) against each Key Selection Criteria and your current CV. For further information please call Pauline Gates of Fisher Leadership on +61 1300 347 437. Applications close: Saturday 29 May.