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General Manager, Electricity Markets

Australian Public Service (APS) - Australia,

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The key duties of the position include
The ACCC is an independent statutory authority that administers the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 and other Acts and works to promote effective competition and fair trading in the market place to benefit consumers, business and the community, and efficiency in the delivery of certain infrastructure services. The Electricity Markets branch forms part of the ACCC's Infrastructure Division (IRD). The branch is responsible for delivery of the ACCC's electricity market monitoring inquiry, which examines prices, profits and margins in the supply of electricity in the National Electricity Market (NEM). The branch is also responsible for promoting compliance with, and enforcement of, the Electricity Retail Code (a mandatory code under the Competition and Consumer Act) and the Prohibiting Energy Market Misconduct (PEMM) legislation. The General Manager, Electricity Markets reports directly to the Executive General Manager, Infrastructure Division. The General Manager, Electricity Markets also works closely with key stakeholders, including the ACCC Chair and Commissioners, and provides expert advice on electricity market issues, internally and externally. The role provides leadership to the Branch and is responsible for the achievement of strategic outcomes and fostering a productive work culture that encourages ongoing professional development, delivery of objectives and appropriate allocation of resources. To be successful in this role substantial experience relevant to competition and regulatory issues in markets is essential, as is experience leading a diverse team in a challenging environment whilst managing time sensitive, complex work and maintaining staff engagement and well-being. For more information about the role and how to apply, please visit the ACCC vacancies page. Deadline for applications: Sunday, May 23, 2021