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El1 Corporate Reporting And Parliamentary Manager (Dgg/prim)

AIHW Australian Institute of Health & Welfare - Canberra, ACT

Government, Defence & Emergency
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EL1 Corporate Reporting and Parliamentary Manager

Job Description

Group: Data Governance Group

Unit: Parliamentary, Risk and Information Management Unit

Classification: Executive Level 1

Salary: $105,367 - $117,538 plus superannuation (plus 22% loading in lieu of paid

leave for contract positions)

Engagement Type: Initial contract for up to 12 months with possibility of extension

Location: Bruce, Canberra

Background

The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) is a national agency established under the

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare Act 1987 as a corporate Commonwealth entity to provide

reliable, regular and relevant information and statistics on Australia’s health and welfare.

We are committed to providing high quality, national data and analysis across the health, housing

and community services sectors. This covers a wide range of areas, from health and welfare

expenditure, hospitals, disease and injury, disability and mental health, to ageing, homelessness, and

Indigenous health and welfare.

We value a positive, friendly, cooperative and productive workplace where people are treated with

respect and courtesy, and diverse and unique attributes are recognised and valued. We are

committed to providing flexibility in working arrangements to recognise the importance of balancing

work commitments with family, caring and other personal commitments outside of work.

The AIHW is committed to creating genuine opportunities for all, and welcomes applications from

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people(s), people with a disability and people from diverse

cultural and linguistic backgrounds.

For more information, visit the About Us page of our website.

Data Governance Group

The Data Governance Group (DGG) manages the AIHW’s data and corporate governance. It protects

the confidentiality and privacy of data holdings through data governance leadership, support to the

AIHW Ethics Committee, and advice on legal matters. It works to build and enhance national data

and information governance infrastructures and leads engagement with the Australian Health

Ministers’ Advisory Council (AHMAC) on national health data and information strategies. DGG

provides expert assistance for national health and welfare metadata and manages METeOR, our

online national metadata repository.

DGG is also responsible for data custodianship of the National Health Services Information Analysis

Asset and when available, My Health Record data for research and public health purposes. DGG’s

corporate governance responsibilities include the provision of support to the AIHW Board, senior

executives, the Strategic Committee for National Health Information and intergovernmental

committees that oversee performance reporting. Other corporate governance responsibilities

include strategic and corporate planning, performance reporting, the coordination of Parliamentary

and ministerial activities, risk management and information management.

Unit description

The Parliamentary, Risk and Information Management Unit (PRIM) is responsible for the coordination

and delivery of corporate governance and organisational performance reporting, liaison with

ministers and Parliament, risk management services and information management.

Position description

The Corporate Reporting and Parliamentary Manager is responsible for managing AIHW’s corporate

reporting activities and Parliamentary services. The Corporate Reporting and Parliamentary Manager

is expected to lead a small team, develop and implement a program of work to deliver best practice

in corporate reporting and Parliamentary services that complies with relevant legislation, policies and

guidelines. The Corporate Reporting and Parliamentary Manager is expected to drive change to

meet current and emerging trends and compliance requirements, manage projects and support the

corporate goals of the AIHW.

Duty Statement

Immediate Manager: Unit Head (EL 2)

Supervisory Responsibilities: APS5

Under general direction:
Work collaboratively with the Unit Head and other staff within the unit and across the AIHW to

provide leadership in the coordination of corporate planning, performance reporting and

responses to Parliamentary, Ministerial and portfolio department requests.

Manage projects and/or activities and provide administrative and/or professional support.

Undertake the collection and/or analysis of data and information including the writing of

reports and review AIHW policies and procedures.

Provide advice and develop options on professional, technical and management matters.

Liaise and negotiate with other areas of the AIHW, other government agencies, state and local

authorities and/or business or community organisations, and represent the AIHW.

Engage with information consumers, data managers and other information stakeholders to

support the definition, discovery, analysis, standardisation and presentation of AIHW’s

information assets in information systems and repositories

Selection Criteria

1. Shapes strategic thinking

This is about your ability to understand the link between the work of the unit, the AIHW and the

whole of government agenda. This is demonstrated by your analytical thinking and sound

judgement to translate strategic objectives to operational goals.

2. Achieves results

This is about your commitment to working towards the delivery of outcomes and your ability to

draw on your own and others’ expertise to achieve these goals. It is also about how you deal with

and implement change.

3. Cultivates productive working relationships

This encapsulates teamwork, respect for your colleagues, and building and nurturing internal and

external collaborative working relationships. It also entails developing, supporting and mentoring

staff.

4. Exemplifies personal drive and integrity

This is about pushing yourself to achieve your work goals while maintaining integrity and

confidentiality. It includes providing impartial and forthright advice and facing challenges

constructively.

5. Communicates with influence

This emphasises the importance of excellence in oral and written communication with all your

internal and external stakeholders, colleagues and clients. It is also about your ability to negotiate

mutually beneficial outcomes.

6. Relevant experience (essential)

Extensive work experience in corporate reporting, coordination of Parliamentary services and high-

level understanding of relevant legal and regulatory requirements.

7. Qualifications (desirable)

Relevant qualifications.

These selection criteria have been developed for EL1 staff at the AIHW. They are derived from the

Australian Public Service Integrated Leadership System. More information about the ILS can be

obtained at www.apsc.gov.au/working-in-the-aps/ils

How to apply

Applicants are required to submit their applications online via the AIHW e-Recruit. When applying

online for the first time you will need to register and provide a valid email address.

Your application should include:
1. A short narrative or dot point pitch (1,000 words max) highlighting your skill set, technical

expertise and experience in relation to the above selection criteria.

2. Your current Curriculum Vitae.

3. Name and contact details of at least two (2) referees (it is preferred that one of these is your

current supervisor).

Closing Date: 11:30pm, Wednesday 23 June 2021

Contact officer: Tulip Penney, tulip.penney@aihw.gov.au, 6244 1114

Reasonable Adjustment

The AIHW is committed to providing an accessible, inclusive work environment to enable people to

participate fully in all aspects of employment. Applicants who require reasonable adjustments (at any

point of the recruitment process) should note this in their application providing details of any

adjustments that may need to be considered by the selection panel. All efforts will be made to put in

place relevant reasonable adjustments.

Approval

This position profile and subsequent selection are approved by:

Michael Frost

Head Data Governance Group

Canberra, 7 June 2021

Canberra, ACT

Government, Defence & Emergency




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