#811 First Assistant Director-General, Corporate Management and Security Division, SES Band 2, Australian Security Intelligence Service
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ASIS is Australia’s overseas secret intelligence collection agency. Its mission is to protect and promote Australia’s vital interests through the provision of intelligence services as directed by the Government. Its work can involve collecting intelligence relating to national security, international relations and economic issues. It also contributes to Australia’s coordinated national efforts against terrorism, proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, and trans-national issues such as people smuggling.
The First Assistant Director-General, Corporate Management and Security is responsible for providing strategic leadership and capacity building in the areas of specialist training, human resources, personnel security, finance and property functions. This position reports directly to the Deputy Director-General Capability and Corporate Management.
The First Assistant Director-General, Corporate Management and Security determines capability and corporate policy directions about ASIS employees and is responsible for ensuring appropriate governance arrangements are in place for timely executive and strategic decision making.
The First Assistant Director-General, Corporate Management and Security is responsible for the effective delivery of strategic personnel and financial activities and property services within Australia and overseas including managing a framework of ongoing assessment and performance. They are also responsible for the effectively delivery of physical, personnel and IT security
The successful applicant will have a proven aptitude for managing large groups of people, delivering employee capability programs, and demonstrated ability to lead and manage large capital management programs. They will also have the ability to clearly articulate goals and objectives, inspiring a sense of purpose and direction with people in their Division. They must have a demonstrated commitment to leading cultural change with a focus on diversity, inclusion and mental heath and have the ability to operate in accordance with, and actively promote, ASIS’s values and ethical standards.
The successful applicant will have a demonstrated ability to lead and manage a transformation program, including using innovative ways to change traditional processes.
The position is Canberra based, with conditions of service similar to those in the Australian Public Service, including superannuation. (The successful candidate will be required to obtain and maintain the highest level security clearance and Australian citizenship.)