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Ses Band 1, Assistant Director General | Canberra, Act

ASIO - Hobart, TAS

Government, Defence & Emergency
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JOB DESCRIPTION

Full Job Description
Job type: Leadership in ASIO
Location: Canberra
Category: Ongoing - Permanent
Job reference: 10320202021
Salary: $NEG
Closing date: 15-Apr-2021

Description:
ASIO protects Australia and Australians from threats to their security. In a complex, challenging and changing security environment, our success is built on the imagination and intelligence of our team. ASIO's people are ordinary Australians but they do extraordinary things - they are our most important asset.

ASIO is committed to a diverse and inclusive environment, where all staff are valued and respected.

ASIO staff are carers, parents, grandparents and community volunteers and may come from various backgrounds, including music, teaching and nursing. We are proud Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and second or third generation Australians. We are introverted, extroverted and neurodiverse. We are tradespeople, technically-minded, corporate and intelligence professionals. We are your neighbours and part of your community. The only difference is, we don't tell you where we work or what we do.

The Opportunities

ASIO is seeking senior executive leaders for appointment as Assistant Director General (ADG) to fill several roles at the Senior Executive Service Band 1 level. As part of the Senior Leadership team, successful applicants will work closely with the Director-General, SES colleagues, external partners and stakeholders to lead and inspire teams to deliver outcomes and champion the Organisation's values. This includes providing timely and influential information to the Minister and ASIO's Executive.

ADG, Government Engagement and Oversight
This role is responsible for leading teams that work collaboratively across the organisation to:
  • deliver ASIO's International Engagement, Ministerial and Cabinet Liaison, Compliance and Internal Audit functions;
  • coordinate ASIO's liaison with the offices of the Minister for Home Affairs and the Attorney-General, and other parts of government as required; and
  • manage the briefing and preparation processes for various inter-agency, parliamentary and regulatory security forums.
ADG, Investment
This role is responsible for leading teams that work collaboratively across the organisation to:
  • coordinate the planning, prioritisation, monitoring, evaluation and governance of ASIO's capability investment;
  • provide advice and assessment of risks and opportunities to support the decision making of ASIO's Capability Investment Committee; and
  • manage and govern the application of ASIO's Project Program and Portfolio (P3M) framework across the Organisation.
ADG, Digital and Physical Access Capability
This role is responsible for leading teams that work collaboratively across the organisation to:
  • provide advice on maintaining and enhancing ASIO's technical capabilities in support of the security intelligence mission;
  • manage large multi-disciplined teams to innovate, develop and deploy technical intelligence solutions; and
  • manage a complex range of financial, technical and workforce resources.
For this role experience in one or more of the following fields is highly desirable: electrical engineering, computer science, software and/or hardware engineering.

ADG, Analysis Assessment and Advice Capability
This role is responsible for leading teams that work collaboratively across the organisation to:
  • advance the professionalisation and future proofing of ASIO's analytical workforce;
  • drive the uplift of ASIO's analytical tradecraft and advice capability;
  • enable enterprise-wide capability development for analysis assessment and advice; and
  • collaborate with domestic and international partners to enhance our analytic and assessment capabilities.
Eligibility

To be eligible for the role, you must:
  • Be an Australian citizen
  • Be assessed as suitable to hold and maintain a Positive Vetting security clearance.
ASIO is committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment, where all staff are valued and respected. We welcome and value applications from all eligible candidates irrespective of gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religious affiliation, age or disability. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

Please advise us if you require any additional assistance in order to fully participate in the recruitment process or the workplace.

Remuneration
An attractive executive salary plus vehicle allowance and superannuation will be available to the successful applicant(s).

Employment Conditions
Employment is under the ASIO Act 1979. Conditions of service are similar to those applying in the Australian Public Service. We recognise entitlements accrued under the Public Service Act 1999 and provide for continuation of superannuation under the Commonwealth schemes. Salary packaging arrangements are also available.

Benefits
ASIO provides a number of benefits to its staff including;
  • A competitive salary, including a 7.5 per cent allowance for maintaining a Positive Vetting security clearance.
  • Employer superannuation contributions of 15.4 per cent.
  • Four weeks annual leave per year.
  • A variety of leave options.
  • Flexible working arrangements to assist you to maintain your work-life balance.
  • Seven employee led Diversity and Inclusion networks.
Closing date and time
15 April 2021, 11.59 AEST.

How to apply
Click on “Apply Online” to commence your application. Your application must be complete and include the following:

  • A succinct statement of claims up to 1,000 words against the selection criteria, using examples to demonstrate how your skills and experience meet the requirements for the SES Band 1 level, including clearly demonstrating your leadership experience.
  • An up-to-date CV, no more than two pages in length, highlighting relevant leadership experience.
All employment decisions and selection processes within ASIO are based on merit principals and candidates must be prepared to undergo various selection stages.

ASIO thanks all applicants for their interest in applying. In accordance with ASIO policy, unsuccessful candidates will be notified but will not be provided with feedback on any aspect of the selection process.

ASIO holds all employment applications in the strictest of confidence. It is essential that you do the same. Please do not discuss your application with others as doing so may adversely affect your potential employment.

Selection Criteria
In consideration applicants, ASIO will seek evidence of performance and success. Please address your applications against the following criteria and your proven leadership and relevant experience.

Please note: It is not necessary to address each sub heading of the selection criteria individually in your application.

Shape Strategic Thinking

Relevant capabilities and behaviours:
  • Inspires a sense of purpose and direction
  • Focuses strategically
  • Harness information and opportunities
  • Shows judgement, intelligence and common sense.
Achieve Results

Relevant capabilities and behaviours:
  • Builds organisational capability and responsiveness
  • Marshals professional expertise
  • Steers and implements change and deals with uncertainty
  • Ensures closure and delivery of intended results
Exemplify Personal Drive and Integrity

Relevant capabilities and behaviours:
  • Professionalism and probity
  • Engages with risk and shows personal courage
  • Commits to action
  • Displays resilience
  • Demonstrate self-awareness
  • Commitment to personal development
Cultivate Productive Working Relationships

Relevant capabilities and behaviours:
  • Nurtures internal and external relationships
  • Facilitates co-operation and partnerships
  • Values differences and diversity
  • Guides, mentors and develops people
Communicate with Influence

Relevant capabilities and behaviours:
  • Communicates clearly
  • Listens, understands and adapts to different audiences
  • Negotiates persuasively
Promote a Security Culture

Relevant capabilities and behaviours:
  • Shaping security solutions
  • Identifies security situations that require escalation beyond ASIO
Enquiries
If after reading the selection documentation you require further information please contact ASIO Recruitment on (02) 6257 4916.

More information
For more information about ASIO, please visit: www.asio.gov.au