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#774 General Manager, SES Band 1, (2 roles), Anti-Dumping Commission

#774 General Manager, SES Band 1, (2 roles), Anti-Dumping Commission

Senior Executive Opportunities, Anti-Dumping Commission

We are looking for dynamic and experienced leaders to join the Commission’s senior leadership team as General Managers (SES Band 1).

The Anti-Dumping Commission (Commission) is Australia’s international trade remedies authority. We investigate alleged unfair trade practices involving goods entering Australia. These investigations seek to deliver a level playing field for industry. We are responsible for administering Australia’s anti‑dumping legislation.

As a General Manager, you will enhance our culture and build our people capability by integrating teams and implementing our strategic priorities. The following two positions will be filled through this recruitment process:

  1. General Manager, Strategic, Legal and Advisory Services (Melbourne, Victoria)

As General Manager, Strategic, Legal and Advisory Services you will guide regulatory decisions, advise the Minister and Commissioner, and lead around 30 employees providing the Commission’s non-investigatory functions.

You are responsible for setting the Commission’s strategic direction by: ensuring adherence to domestic legislation and regulations; following Australia’s international anti-dumping obligations; engaging with domestic and international stakeholders; developing policy; and providing economic analysis.

  1. General Manager, Investigations (Melbourne, Victoria)

As General Manager, Investigations you will produce robust and timely findings/recommendations to meet our statutory obligations and legislative requirements. You will work to ensure Australia’s anti-dumping investigations are rigorous, transparent and completed in accordance with domestic legislation and Australia’s international World Trade Organisation obligations.

You will work across public and private sectors to inform and drive policy reform, and engage with domestic and international stakeholders and contribute to policy development. You will be a member of the Commission’s investigation panels and also represent the Commission at parliamentary inquiries, stakeholder engagements, and at the World Trade Organisation.

To be successful for these opportunities, you will have a proven ability to achieve organisational objectives, and demonstrated experience working in demanding regulatory environments.

Our ideal candidates are empathetic and pragmatic leaders with strong emotional intelligence. You are highly motivated and have an agile approach that enables you to anticipate opportunities and encourage creativity and innovation. You have a demonstrated ability to build and maintain productive working relationships to achieve cross-government outcomes.

Both roles require the successful candidate to attain and maintain a Negative Vetting 1 security clearance, therefore Australian Citizenship is a prerequisite.

Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and people with disability are highly encouraged because your diverse experience, perspectives, and background will strengthen our service delivery, productivity, capability and innovation.

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