Dynamic Senior Leadership Opportunity
The Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC) is the Australian Government agency responsible for preventing, detecting and responding to criminal abuse of the financial system to protect the community from serious and organised crime. Through strong regulation and enhanced intelligence capabilities, AUSTRAC collects and analyses financial reports and information to generate financial intelligence. This vital information about potential criminals and criminal activity contributes to our national security and law enforcement investigations.
About the role
As National Manager, Legal and Policy (SES Band 1), reporting to the Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Regulatory Strategy, you will be a member of AUSTRAC’s executive team dedicated to protecting the community from financial crime risk. In leading AUSTRAC’s enforcement approach you will work closely with other regulatory parts of AUSTRAC and other executives to ensure that businesses comply with anti-money-laundering and counter terrorism financing obligations. As AUSTRAC’s General Counsel, you will also provide expert advice to the CEO and other executives on a range of legal matters and provide policy advice to the agency.
To be a strong contender for this critical role you will have demonstrated experience in undertaking enforcement activities and litigation matters, a good understanding of regulatory environments, and relevant legal qualifications. You will be respected as a leader who nurtures teams and contributes to organisational stewardship, and have a strong focus on results. Your integrity, judgement and astute decision-making credentials will be complemented by first-class communication and relationship building skills.
Where to next
Before applying, please obtain selection documentation from the Executive Intelligence Group vacancies page www.executiveintelligencegroup.com.au Ref. No. 718. If, after reading the selection documentation, you require further information please contact Tricia Searson or Karina Duffey on (02) 6232 2200.
Applications close 11.30pm AEST Thursday 3 September 2020.