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Business Continuity and Emergency Crisis Manager

Location: Australia
Agency: Hays

3 month contract with strong view for extensions

This major Federal Government department sets national product quality standards for Australia with the aim of ensuring a clean and green future.

Your new role
We are pursuing a high performing APS6 or EL1 Business Continuity and Emergency Crisis Manager to join a high-functioning team and be responsible for executive consultations and developing a business management framework.

What you'll need to succeed

You will:

  • Have prior experience with workforce capability planning and gap analysis reports
  • Have performed or have great knowledge in risk management
  • Experience with performing in Emergency Crisis Management roles
  • Be a proven expert with executive consultations
  • Have a track record of producing high-quality procedural documentation and policy materials
  • Have worked in policy environments
  • Be solutions driven and able to remain composed in a fast-paced and ever changing environment
  • Have history producing business continuity management plans and the ability to form part of the business continuity committee you will be sitting with a number of executives
  • Be an Australian citizen and possess or be willing to go through the process to obtain and maintain a (Baseline or NV1 or NV2) personnel security clearance.

More details and apply.

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