As the governing body for a broad and progressive Christian Church organisation, this non-profit business administers 250+ congregations along with multiple schools, colleges and many essential community service providers in Queensland. Its activities and relationships are intricate, complex and involve many very disparate groups of people with widely varying levels of skills and experience.
This senior leadership role manages a professional multi-disciplinary team, their influence growing as the organisational entity settles more comfortably into its new structure as a mature, contemporary, and successful non-profit business.
Broad-brushed, the purpose of the position is to provide operational risk management and mitigation processes, while ensuring that compliance activities across this large, geographically diverse and markedly complex organisation are appropriately managed.
This is of course a straightforward remit for someone with your standing and experience. But it’s also one that will continue to prove challenging – in this situation - until you can convince everyone at every level
to think about risk and compliance and what it involves. ….. and to accept that it is a beneficial force for change.
So, you have a wonderful challenge ahead of you. Drawing on your persuasive leadership skills, you will need to establish many two-way lines of communication; set the record straight and convince all stakeholders that you and your team are there to protect their interests…to help and not to criticise! This is an opportunity to share your expertise, ‘recruit’ new advocates, demonstrate your passion and in the process, do a large amount of general good in this organisation and across its communities.
To take full responsibility for this large transformation project and to handle the day-to-day management of the Risk portfolio and its team, you will need the advantage of significant previous experience in a regulated industry. Any work with property related assets and issues will be a bonus.
It’s expected you’ll bring experience with the internal audit function of a company, can demonstrate familiarity with AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009, Risk Management – Principles and Guidelines and have all the appropriate cards and licences for working with vulnerable groups in a non-profit environment. A full Position Description is available on request.
A person of exceptionally high integrity and steadfast purpose, you have a reputation for always acting honestly and impartially. Personable, reliable and approachable, outcomes-focussed and analytical, you’re a proven professional, who is committed to building strong relationships with key stakeholders and customers across an organisation, its agencies, boards and committees.
It’s also vital that while you’re widely respected for your knowledge and its meticulous application, you’re also recognised for the rare capacity you have for bringing friendliness and flexibility, humour, affability, and warmth into a role that is all too often conceived as being rigid and ‘by the book’.
To be considered for this role, please forward your cover letter
and your resume
in WORD format quoting reference number KJSRMUCS to firstname.lastname@example.org
or contact Kaye Jeffers on 07 3211 0001
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