Job descriptionAbout us
We have a vision that our communities will be safe and supported by fair and ethical public institutions with a focus on those matters of highest threat to the Queensland community. As an organisation we are committed to this vision and as such our values of people, accountability, integrity, courage and excellence underpin everything we do at the CCC.
What we offer
- salary packaging- up to 12.75% superannuation- flexible work options, including working from home- access to paid parental leave- accrued time off- opportunity to purchase leave- 17.5% annual leave loading- health and wellbeing program- study assistance- access to a wide variety of training opportunities- free annual influenza vaccination- six star rated inner city location close to public transport
You will have experience in strategic Portfolio Management roles, a proven track record leading successful renewal and digital projects, experience leading a team and strong people management skills
Possession of qualifications relevant to the role (e.g. EPMO or PMO related accreditation, change management, Project Management, Agile Certification) will be highly regarded. Qualifications acquired from an overseas educational institution will only be accepted where the qualification has been recognised to an equivalent level in accordance with the Australian Qualifications Framework.
The CCC has adopted the Queensland Public Service Leadership competencies for Queensland for our positions. This role is mapped to the Executive profile which outlines the competency expectations and behaviours through the lens of vision, results, and accountability. The Leadership competencies for Queensland are available here.
Capability requirements for this role are:
- Leads strategically
- Leads change in complex environments
- Develops and mobilises talent
- Drives accountability and outcomes
- Demonstrates sound governance
- Develop and implement the CCC Renewal and Strategic Projects Roadmap and ensure the team's services are aligned to other organisational strategies, deliver value to the CCC and meet public expectations.
- Drive, manage and oversee the successful delivery of the CCC's major projects, including by preparing business cases, developing and managing project plans, schedules, budgets, resources, changes, risk / issue and dependency registers.
- Engage and collaborate with a range of internal and external stakeholders (including Government agencies, local government, councils and industry), managing stakeholder expectations, to ensure effective communication and drive program objectives.
- Provide advice and support to assure sound program management, including by overseeing the Project Management Office and by working closely with stakeholders, to ensure that there is effective integration and single point accountability for the delivery of each project.
- Drive program requirements such as, development of program management documentation and workflows, communication strategies, identification of program support requirements and other program administration requirements.
For more detailed information, including what is required to demonstrate your suitability for the role, refer to the attached role description. Pre-employment vetting forms a part of our selection process - you may be asked to provide detailed personal particulars and private interests information. For more information about our security vetting process please refer to How to apply | CCC - Crime and Corruption Commission Queensland
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply.This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License.