ARPC offers excellent career opportunities, ongoing learning and development and attractive working conditions. Selection for vacancies is based on merit. Please see the summary of conditions of service for ARPC staff and ARPC’s pay and grading structure.

We currently have one vacancy:

Senior Advisor, Governance and Compliance – Sydney.

Level: Executive Leader 1 (EL1). Remuneration: $110, 612 + 15.4% superannuation to $126,887 +15.4% superannuation (depending on experience).

Minimum requirements

You must be an Australian citizen and hold or be prepared to qualify for a baseline security clearance.

Minimum qualifications and experience
  • Tertiary qualification in Business, Law, Finance or related field (Mandatory)   
  • Experience in governance and compliance advisory or management (Mandatory)   
  • Knowledge of insurance, reinsurance banking or financial service (Desirable)   
The purpose of the role is to
  • Provide operational support to the General Manager, Governance, Risk and Compliance (GMGRC)
  • Provide secretariat support to the Board and its Committees
  • Develop and review policies, procedures and governance frameworks
  • Ensure ARPC complies with regulatory and legislative requirements and
  • Provide governance and compliance subject matter expertise and advice
Key accountabilities
1) Provide operational support to the GMGRC 
  • Ensure the preparation of the annual legislative and regulatory compliance reporting for ARPC, its Board members and its officials
  • Draft, review, collate and provide complete, accurate and timely papers for ARPC’s Board, subcommittees and management teams supporting decision making and ongoing monitoring of ARPC’s performance
  • Maintain accurate records of ARPC’s Board and subcommittee decisions and actions for timely dissemination
  • Provide support to key stakeholders and build productive working relationships.
  • Coordinate Board Induction and documentation
  • Provide timely and accurate advice on constitutional, procedural and governance matters
  • Provide Governance and Compliance subject matter expertise
2) Provide Governance and compliance subject matter expertise
  • Proactively monitor the regulatory change landscape and provide the organisation with proactive information on upcoming regulatory changes
  • Monitor the ARPC Compliance Framework and ensure all legislative, regulatory and financial obligations are being met
  • Coordinate quarterly compliance declarations and provide assurance on ARPC compliance with legislation and Government policy
  • Provide advice to the GMGRC, the Enterprise Risk Manager and the ARPC leadership team regarding impacts of new and amended legislation, regulation, industry codes, and group policies
  • Facilitate testing of controls and prepare reports for senior management and the Board to ensure adequate oversight of key compliance risks
  • Draft and review policies, procedures, guidelines and governance frameworks
  • Provide governance and compliance advice to the senior executive team
  • Monitor staff compliance with internal policy documents
  • Analyse, consolidate and aggregate relevant compliance information for reporting purposes
  • Present staff awareness sessions on key Acts and Policies
3) Other
  • Assist the GMGRC and Enterprise Risk Manager as required.
  • Lead and participate in ARPC corporate projects as and when required
  • Cover the GMGRC as required
  • Administrator of Diligent BoardBooks, Safetrac and GovDex

 Contact to apply to or request further information on the role:

Applications should include a cover letter and resume. The position is based in the Sydney CBD.