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April

Judicial And Executive Remuneration & Benefits Advisor, Jurisdiction Services (Vpsg6)

Court Services Victoria - Melbourne, VIC

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JOB DESCRIPTION

• Responsible for leading the design and delivery of the remuneration strategy for executives across CSV and the jurisdictions.
• Provide subject matter expertise to senior stakeholders in relation to remuneration and benefits matters including, but not limited to, recruitment, job classification analysis, executive remuneration benchmarking, reporting and contracts management.
• Consult on and lead key activities in relation to remuneration, benefits, and entitlements for the judiciary and VCAT Members.

  • Provide expert advice and be the key contact for all matters related to judicial and executive remuneration and benefits
  • Build relationships as the trusted advisor in this area of work to the CEO CSV, judiciary, executives, and senior stakeholders
  • Provide leadership and development for a direct report and work closely with the CSV Payroll team

Court Services Victoria (CSV) was established in 2014 to ensure Victoria's courts system is independent, sustainably resourced, and supported to deliver justice and safeguard Victorians' trust in the rule of law. CSV does this by providing expert and administrative support to Victoria's system of courts, to enable each of the five courts, Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) and the Judicial College and Judicial Commission to operate independently, sustainably, in pursuit of their unique objectives and their shared future. Collectively, CSV, the Supreme Court, County Court, Magistrate's Court, Children's Court, Coroner's Court, VCAT, Judicial College of Victoria, and Judicial Commission of Victoria are known as ‘Courts Group'.

Courts Group is a unique organisational environment within the Victorian public sector. It is judicially led, principally by Courts Council, which is comprised of each Head of Jurisdiction; this means the Judiciary has control over the functions of court administration and the corporate support provided by CSV. CSV's support to jurisdictions entails financial and asset management, human resources, procurement, information and communication technology, and some professional services. These services are delivered centrally from CSV and from within each court, based on the unique needs of each court; CSV leads a connected practice of corporate services across Courts Group.

  • Develop policies and processes that ensure the judiciary and executives are well-informed about their benefits and entitlements
  • Source, analyse, and model remuneration data and other relevant information into the provision of remuneration and benefits advice; and maintain high standards or data quality in judicial and executive remuneration and benefits systems and reporting
  • Manage and conduct the executive role evaluation process, within established guidelines, to ensure a consistent application of role classifications
  • Develop high level briefs for Courts Council, CEO CSV, and the Executive Remuneration Committee, reports, and correspondence on issues, with varying levels of complexity, relating to judicial and executive remuneration and benefits
  • A minimum of 5 years' demonstrated experience in a related role within a complex organisation.
  • High level discipline specific knowledge, as well as knowledge of government legislation, policies, procedures and systems, particularly related to human resources inclusive of the Public Sector principles and practices as they apply to the scope of the role.
  • Excellent project management and analytical skills.

How to apply

To apply, please click the ‘Apply Now' button, ensuring you include the following documents in your application:

  • resume 
  • a short covering letter

For further information on the position, please see the attached position description. 

Other information

CSV is committed to building a diverse workforce and inclusive culture. We strongly encourage people of all abilities to apply, particularly people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage, and those who may experience diversity or disability related barriers in securing employment.