||Assistant Secretary, Accounting and Financial Control
||Financial Strategy and Services
||Accounting and Financial Control
||Senior Executive Service Band 1
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||PS Act 1999
As DIAC’s Financial Controller, you will provide leadership to the Accounting and Financial Control Branch and support the Chief Finance Officer and other branch heads within the Financial Strategy and Services Division in leading financial reform across the department. You will be responsible for improvement and reform of the department’s financial management and control environment, including external reporting, financial and accounting policy, financial system policy and direction, and financial compliance and control.
To be a strong contender for this challenging role you will have a solid record of innovative achievement as a senior financial manager, with demonstrated high level abilities in relation to driving organisational change, engaging effectively with your peers and the executive, building and maintaining high performing teams, shaping strategic thinking, and developing innovative solutions, as well as displaying personal drive and integrity.
To be eligible for appointment, applicants must be Australian citizens.
It is expected that the Financial Controller will be CA / CPA qualified, with at least five years’ senior accounting experience in providing financial services, strategic advice and analysis within a large public or private sector organisation.
Remuneration: The successful applicant will be offered an attractive remuneration package, including salary and superannuation benefits
About Department of Immigration and Border Protection
Our mission is to protect Australia’s border and manage the movement of people and goods across it.
We are responsible for immigration and customs border policy. We manage the Migration Programme, the Humanitarian Programme, Australian citizenship, trade and customs, offshore maritime security and revenue collection.
Our operational enforcement arm, the Australian Border Force, is responsible for our investigations, compliance and immigration detention operations offshore and onshore, across our air and seaports and land and maritime domains.
Our work supports the Australian Government to achieve: strong national security; a strong economy and a prosperous and cohesive society.
The work we do touches every part of Australian life—industry and commerce, trade and travel, our national security, protecting our community and enforcing our laws, the security of our offshore maritime resources and environment.
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