- Job posted on: 17th Nov 2020
- Applications close:
Chief of Staff to ACT Greens Leader
ACT Greens Leader Shane Rattenbury is seeking applicants for the position of Chief of Staff to manage and coordinate the ACT Greens’ Legislative Assembly team and provide high-level policy and political advice.
The ACT Greens have 3 Ministers in Cabinet and three crossbench MLAs in the ACT Legislative Assembly. The role includes strategic advice on and coordination of the Ministers’ portfolio and political responsibilities. Your ability to manage relationships with a diverse range of stakeholders and work with limited supervision in a dynamic environment will be critical to your success in this role. The successful candidate will have strong problem solving analytical skills and be a good communicator. An understanding of parliamentary processes and the ACT political system would be an advantage.
The successful candidate will have a demonstrated commitment, or willingness, to implement ACT Greens principles and policies while supporting Greens Ministers' roles in the ACT Government.
The position will be available from January 2021.
The role is for the term of the Government and is an Senior Adviser Level 2, 3rd tier position at $153,777 plus superannuation and 9.5% loadings in lieu of overtime and Long Service Leave.
The successful candidate will be engaged under a Legislative Assembly Members’ Staff contract, and other terms and conditions of employment are governed by the ACT Legislative Assembly Members’ Staff Enterprise Agreement 2018 – 2021. It is not an ACT Public Service position.
Applications from Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged.
The role is based in the Legislative Assembly, however, given the need for a COVID-safe work environment, flexible arrangements will be supported where possible.
Please contact Indra Esguerra on firstname.lastname@example.org, using the subject line: Chief of Staff to ACT Greens Leader enquiry via EthicalJobs, or 6205 8500 for more information.
A position description is attached.