EL1 - Business Intelligence Manager

  • $101,955 - $115,005 (plus super)
  • Russell - ACT

The Role
Special Operations Command (SOCOMD) are looking for an EL1 Business Intelligence Manager to join a team of APS, military and contracting staff. The successful applicant will be highly motivated, have good attention to detail and able to lead a small team.

Within a dynamic and fast paced environment, the job holder will support branch execute outcomes by using their initiative and innovative experience to perform and achieve complex to very complex business intelligence work developing, monitoring, analysing and advising on budget results and business plans to deliver performance. The job holder will be accountable for managing financial and other allocated resources to meet assigned tasks, providing advice, direction, assistance and services for procurement policy, commercial, financial investigation and other requirements to support contract management outcomes. This role will also undertake performance analysis and routinely analyse governance, assurance and compliance practices, reporting conclusions and recommendations to stakeholders requiring close engagement with a range of senior leaders across the Department and more broadly with central Government Departments.

The EL1 Business Intelligence Manager will exercise a considerable degree of independence to perform a subject matter expert role, demonstrate sound decision making and judgement to provide expert policy advice and respond flexibly to changing demands, anticipate priorities and develop strategies to address requirements accordingly. The job holder will have a good understanding and be accountable for compliance with legislative frameworks, government decision-making and Defence’s mission and policy requirements.

About our Team
Special Operations Command (SOCOMD) offers a work environment that has a unity of purpose which recognises and utilises an individual’s key skills in order to achieve outcomes. You will enjoy working in a complex, fast paced environment as part of a diverse and inclusive team that encompasses a variety of knowledge, skills and experience with a supportive strategic Executive Team. The Business Intelligence Manager will be required to effectively engage and support executives, staff and external stakeholders at all levels and be confident in delivering information.

Our Ideal Candidate
The ideal candidate will have several of the following skills and attributes:

  • Working as part of a team and independently;
  • Self-starter, initiative-driven, able to meet deadlines and deliver under pressure;
  • Experience and/or exposure to reviewing and revising complex briefing material and policy;
  • Strong relationship management and strong communication skills;
  • Strong stakeholder engagement and ability to solve to complex issues, identify, anticipate and respond to stakeholders’ needs and expectations to achieve work Unit and Defence outcomes;
  • Experience in business management skills;
  • Strong administrative, planning and/or scheduling skills.