Are you an Executive with extensive experience in managing a large, diverse program or business at the highest level? This is an exciting opportunity to head up the fisheries branch within NSW Department of Primary Industries.
- Exciting opportunity for experienced Senior Executive to drive and influence outcomes through research, policy and regulation
- Ongoing role based in any major DPI office across NSW
- TRP starting from $285 including superannuation, commensurate with experience
|Organisation/Entity:||Department of Industry – Primary Industries|
|Job Reference Number:||505029|
|Total Remuneration Package:||PSSE Band 2|
|Closing Date:||25/08/2019 – 11:55 PM|
DPI Fisheries is a branch within Department of Primary Industries (DPI). The primary objective of the Fisheries Branch is to deliver effective, science based management to meet the NSW Government’s goals and community expectations relating to both economic growth and careful stewardship of our aquatic resources.
About the role
As the Deputy Director General you will the lead the Fisheries branch of Department of Primary Industries in supporting economic growth and sustainable access to aquatic resources through commercial and recreational fisheries management, research, aquaculture development, marine protected areas management, habitat protection and rehabilitation, regulation and compliance. This role is responsible for a budget of approx. $100 million and plays a key role in the leadership team of the Department of Primary Industries.
DPI Fisheries offers office locations across NSW, both metropolitan and regional, as the DDG Fisheries you would be able to effectively perform this role from any of DPI’s major office locations.
For more information about this exciting opportunity, click here to view the role description.
You will be a high performing executive, with a track record of identifying and delivering on strategic objectives in a complex and multi-dimensional environment and a leadership style that sees you engage and inspire your staff. You will hold values consistent with those of the NSW Public Sector; integrity, trust, service and accountability, and will be committed to delivering for the people of NSW.
Additionally, you will be experienced in managing complex relationships with a multitude of diverse stakeholders, establishing strong and long-lasting partnerships with relevant NSW government agencies, cross-jurisdiction agencies and private sector.
To apply, please submit an updated CV and cover letter outlining your relevant experience and capabilities. To be considered you must submit an application via the online application process.
For further information, please contact Dez Ford, Senior Executive Recruitment Specialist at [email protected] or 0409 540 158 OR Mark Galbraith, Recruitment Service Partner at [email protected] or 0437 246 264
Applications close on Sunday 25 August, at 11:55pm
Between now and early 2020, the Department of Industry is relocating nearly all of its Sydney based workforce to the new Parramatta Office, Parramatta Square, as part of the newest government working hub.
Our commitment to flexible working
The Department of Planning, Industry & Environment is committed to ensuring the sector reflects the NSW community it serves. We support an inclusive workplace where staff have access to opportunities and resources at all levels, enabling our team members to drive innovation, productivity and delivery of high-quality services. We are open to discussing flexible working arrangements and encourage our people to explore new ways of working – including part-time, job-share or working from different locations. Everyone can ask about it.
Our commitment to Diversity
The Planning, Industry and Environment Cluster strives to be an inclusive workplace for all people. We recognise that we operate in a diverse community and welcome and encourage applications from all ages and genders, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, culturally and linguistically diverse groups, the LGBTIQ+ community, veterans, refugees and people with disability.