The Hospital Research Foundation Group is now seeking a dynamic Head of Group Risk, Governance and Business Enablement to join their team.Company Overview
The Hospital Research Foundation Group (THRFG) is the leading South Australian profit for purpose organisation, with national and international impact. Their purpose is simple – together, fight for better health and wellbeing for the community through life-changing medical research and improved healthcare. Due to strong organisational growth, THRFG is seeking a dynamic Head of Group Risk, Governance and Business Enablement to join their passionate team.
This position is located at their new state of the art head office in Woodville, with gyms and restaurants close by, free parking available onsite and public transport is within walking distance. In addition, THRFG also offers flexible, family-friendly work arrangements. Their culture encourages innovation and teamwork within a fun environment. You’ll join a passionate team driven by a good cause and the positive impact they have in the community. Role Overview
Reporting to the Group Chief Executive Officer, The Head of Group Risk, Governance and Business Enablement is accountable for the oversight of THRFG Governance and Risk Framework, as well as the integration and enablement of business activities. As part of a highly effective leadership team, this role will overlook all Group Mergers & Acquisitions activities while providing advice and input on key opportunities, risk management, integration, and governance issues. Additionally, the Head of Group Risk, Governance and Business Enablement will be responsible for providing strategic advice and assisting the executive leadership team in enabling, monitoring and evaluating the strategic and operational outcomes of THRFG merged entities against their objectives. Skills, Knowledge and Experience
THRFG is seeking a committed individual who has proven commercial legal practice experience and strong business acumen, as well as sound knowledge of business and financial quantitative analysis. The successful candidate must have tertiary qualifications in commercial law, business management or equivalent with outstanding written and verbal communication, negotiation and presentation skills. Candidates with experience working within the NFP sector and a sound understanding of relevant legislation and regulations are highly desirable for this role. Applications
To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Andrew Sullivan or Annie Nguyen on 0417 859 004.