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Corporate Services Executive - Albury

Aspire Support Services Limited

About us

With 200 staff, Aspire Support Services provides support to more than 500 people with disability and their families through a range of services. We work alongside people and aim to be responsive to the needs of the community. It is important to us that people are able to participate in their community and are empowered and supported to achieve their individual goals and live the life they choose.

Based in Albury, Wodonga and surrounding regions, the breadth of our services enables us to support people across their lifespan. 

About the role

The Corporate Executive position forms part of the Executive Leadership Team (ELT). Under the governance of the Board and direction of the Chief Executive Officer, the position contributes at an Executive level to the design and implementation of the organisation's strategic plan, effectively driving operations, shaping the Aspire culture and taking responsibility for the safe, ethical, legally compliant and financially viable not for profit business operations both in the short and long term. 

Aspire has an excellent working culture and work within the organisation's purpose and values: Integrity, Inclusive, Connection, Excellence and Understanding. 

Key responsibilities

Consistent with the Aspire Vision, Mission and Values; this position provides high quality, efficient services through the following Key Responsibility Areas:

  • As an integral part of the Executive Leadership Team, provide Aspire staff with strategic and operational leadership
  • Provide timely and relevant information, advice and reports to the CEO and the Board as required regarding Business Services
  • Oversee the management of Aspire's financial services in compliance with legislation, funding agreements and in accordance with Aspire's policies
  • Establish and maintain effective professional relationships with relevant key stake-holders, including liaising with funding bodies and other organisations as required
  • Lead and coordinate the annual budget and acquittals process, ensuring all relevant managers are advised effectively, consulted regularly and timelines are achieved
  • Lead and oversee the Corporate Services functions of finance, data management, procurement, administration, facilities, management and maintenance, and ICT systems
  • Lead a culture that promotes child safety through proactive and responsive practices and procedures, and the recruitment, supervision and professional development of staff, with particular attention to Aboriginal and CALD cultural safety and children with a disability
  • Actively participate as an ELT team member in relevant meetings, professional development processes such as supervision, training and quality improvement processes in line with Aspire guidelines and requirements
  • Comply with all WHS responsibilities appropriate to the position and consistent with legal obligation and Aspire culture, policy and procedure
  • Other duties/delegations as directed by the CEO, relevant to the main focus of the position

Desired skills and experience

  • Relevant Tertiary qualifications in Accounting/Finance (CA/CPA) along with extensive experience and demonstrated successful performance outcomes in a senior management role within the community services/disability sector or similar field of service delivery
  • Demonstrated ability and competence in leadership and management of a complex budget in an unstable funding environment
  • Extensive knowledge, experience and demonstrated effective performance in the interpretation and application of funding contracts, finance systems management, risk management and legislative compliance
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and demonstrated ability to apply these skills with a wide range of staff, external stakeholders, community organisation, clients of service and members of the public
  • Demonstrated ability to write complex, fit-for-purpose documents and reports
  • High level computer literacy and an understanding of Informative Communication Technology
  • An understanding of contemporary financial management issues and how they may impact the community and the organisation
  • High levels of Emotional Intelligence and the ability to self-manage


  • Aspire has an excellent EAP program which offers additional support to you and your immediate family members and no cost, hands of support and debriefs from the management as needed
  • Stability, flexibility and work/life balance
  • Access to salary packaging, meal and entertainment benefits - up to $15,000 per year tax-free as well as up to $2,650 of your pre-tax income for meal and entertainment benefits
  • Competitive salary

To be considered, you must have:

  • An NDIS Worker Screening Check (or willing to obtain)
  • A NSW WWCC  (or willing to obtain)
  • Willingness for Aspire to conduct a National Police Check
  • Valid driver's license

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