Manager, Corporate Services

The Victorian Inspectorate (Inspectorate) is the key body responsible for oversighting Victoria’s integrity regime. In addition to monitoring the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) to ensure that it carries out its statutory functions lawfully and with propriety, the VI also has specific responsibilities in relation to the Victorian Ombudsman, the Victorian Auditor General’s Office and, pursuant to the Major Crime (Investigative Powers) Act 2004, the Chief Examiner and Examiners. The VI also performs a significant role in assessing the statutory compliance of those law enforcement agencies and organisations (e.g. Victoria Police, IBAC) permitted to use covert investigative powers such as telephone interceptions under the authority of relevant Commonwealth and State legislation.
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Department: Victorian Inspectorate
Work Type: Ongoing - full time
Job Function: Executive Management
Classification: VPSG6
Work Location: Melbourne - CBD
Reference: VG/1319741/VI0012
Closing Date: 25-Feb-2018
Salary Range: $115,136 - $154,076
Job Duration: N/A
Attachments: VI - PD - Corporate Services Manager - VI0012 -Final.docx (Word, 48KB)

Contact: Eamonn Moran
03 8614 3213

Position Details

An exciting opportunity exists as a VPSG6 Corporate Services Manager with the Victorian Inspectorate.

Corporate Service Manager

The position requires a motivated self-starter who is able to build and maintain good working relationships within the Inspectorate and it's relevant stakeholders, as well as a strong understanding and commitment to continuous improvement and customer service.  The successful applicant will work effectively as a member of a team, undertake a wide variety of work across the Inspectorate.

The ideal applicant will be someone who can demonstrate the following key selection criteria:

  1. Demonstrated extensive senior management experience covering a broad range of corporate/administrative and business functions
  2. High-level conceptual, analytical and organisational skills
  3. Demonstrated ability to provide authoritative written reports and advice to the Inspector
  4. Highly developed project management skills and experience in managing multiple complex projects associated with change management
  5. Demonstrated ability to lead, manage and motivate staff
  6. Maintain and improve the policies, processes and procedures that support the delivery of operational workplace services
  7. Knowledge and experience of audit and risk management, financial and budget management process

Applicants are required to address the 7 key selection criteria with their application.

How to apply: 

To apply online and for further information on position descriptions and key selection criteria visit: and refer to position number 1319741/VI0012. 

Closing date for applications is Sunday 25 February 2018

Other relevant information:

A comprehensive position description is attached. For further information regarding the Inspectorate please visit our website at For enquiries regarding the position please phone the contact on the position description. If you experience difficulties in applying online, please contact HR Shared Services on 1800 039 411. The Inspectorate values the contribution of all employees and fair and equitable treatment of all people is integral to all activities. As such, the Inspectorate offers reasonable adjustments for applicants with disabilities on request.
Employment of successful candidates will be subject to:

  • Undertaking an oath or affirmation as prescribed in Section 30 of the Victorian Inspectorate Act 2011.
  • Reference and criminal record checks. A Negative Vetting 1 Security clearance is mandatory and will be required to be maintained.

The Inspectorate is committed to maintaining the privacy of personal information. The recruitment process and all matters relating to it are treated in the strictest confidence. Personal information received during the recruitment process will be managed in accordance with the Privacy and Data Protection Act, 2014. The Inspectorate recruitment purposes include considering and responding to your job application. In some circumstances, in order to assess your suitability for the role, the Inspectorate may seek to contact one or more referees who are not specified in your application. Any proposal to contact an unspecified referee will be discussed with you first and your consent will be sought before doing so. A failure by you to provide consent to contact unspecified referees may, in some circumstances, result in your application not being considered further.  You may request access to your personal information by contacting the Inspectorate.

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