Job Details
  • Reference363276A_1600234454
  • LocationChatswood, New South Wales
  • SalaryUp to AU$55 per hour + + Super
  • Job TypeContract
  • Posted12 days ago
  • ConsultantMichelle Yewdall

Our client, a large government department, requires a Senior Officer, Regulatory Operations to join the team in early October for an 8-month contract, with the potential for extension. This role will be based in Chatswood and paying approx. $55 per hour + Superannuation.

The Senior Officer, Regulatory Operations, under general direction, is responsible for, evaluating the behaviour of our clients numerous regulated entities by:

Key responsibilities:

  • exploiting data and conducting analysis, and preparing risk assessments
  • creating assessment plans, field notes, assessment reports and other related documentation.
  • participating in assessment teams and projects
  • investigating potentially serious non-compliance with the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006 (AML/CTF Act).
  • contributing to solutions that influence positive behaviour and support regulated entities to meet their obligations under the AML/CTF Act.
  • contributing to the development of solutions to regulatory challenges, including strengthening our regulatory capability
  • assisting with engagement of internal and external stakeholders, management, regulated entities, partner agencies and other government agencies
  • supporting Branch leadership with the improvement of systems and procedures that enhance the efficiency and transparency of operational activity.
  • contribute to executive briefings, staff messages, speeches and correspondence.
  • other duties as directed.


    Role KPI's:
  • Support, promote and clearly communicate the clients values, vision and business objectives. Identify and communicate the relationship between these goals and operational tasks.
  • Deliver outputs by establishing clear project plans and time frames, acquiring and allocating resources, evaluating progress and outcomes, reorganising work to meet priorities and contributing own expertise to achieve outputs.
  • Show sound long term planning skills by understanding the work environment, gathering information, considering long term issues, managing risk, identifying opportunities for improvement, promoting best practice and undertaking analysis.
  • Show sound management skills by communicating decisions, actively participating in decision making, promoting best practice, assisting others through change, identifying and solving problems, delivering timely, quality advice and action, delegating, acknowledging and learning from mistakes, seeking guidance and accepting responsibility.
  • Demonstrate sound personal skills of flexibility, commitment, energy, focus, initiative, innovation, critical self-analysis, understanding, judgement, discretion and appropriate independence.
  • Build and sustain positive relationships. Anticipate and deliver client service, network, look for common ground, seek and provide constructive feedback and impartial advice.
  • Contribute to an environment of trust, consultation, information sharing, cooperation, praise, diversity, respect and openness.
  • Communicate clearly and concisely, in plain English, ensuring information is accurate, timely and unambiguous. Listen actively, lead and encourage discussion, negotiate strongly, challenge constructively, resolve conflict and persuade others.
  • Promote and ensure adherence to the APS Values and Code of Conduct.


    Please note this is a Federal Government position, which requires the successful candidate to undergo Pre-Employment checks and hold Australian Citizenship.

    Baseline security clearance will be required


    If you are interested in this position and feel you meet the criteria, please submit your resume by clicking on the 'APPLY' button below.