Reports to the CEO
Key leadership and transformation role
Strategic and Operational focus
The Victorian Building Authority (VBA) regulates building and plumbing practitioners to ensure the achievement of efficient and competitive building and plumbing industries in Victoria. The vision for the VBA is to fulfill all Victorians’ expectations that the buildings they live in, work in and visit are fit-for-purpose, safe, and durable over the long term. VBA puts public safety first and takes a leadership role in driving cultural change across the building industry.
The Executive Director Operations leads the VBA’s regulatory functions. Responsible for all VBA industry education, oversight and disciplinary activity and a key member of the executive leadership team, the appointee will provide high-level strategic advice to the Chief Executive Officer and Board of Commissioners on all operational and regulatory matters. Managing and leading a 260-strong multidisciplinary team, the position provides corporate leadership on governance, strategic financial planning and people matters. The role also ensures the VBA’s agenda is developed and implemented in close consultation with the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning and other departments, communities and industry stakeholders.
A highly regarded senior executive with extensive regulatory experience, you have a track record developing and implementing strategic plans, identifying trends, managing issues and undertaking systematic thinking while providing rational recommendations. Naturally focused on customer service and collaboration, you build high-performing, capable and customer-focussed teams. Your ability to identify opportunities for workplace innovation underpins your ability to foster a culture of continuous improvement and oversee outcomes that allow for the creation of dynamic and robust working environments. As a seasoned leader, you are energised by the opportunity to play a key role within a regulatory environment undergoing significant reform while protecting the community and fostering continuously safer and sustainable industry practice.
For more information, please contact Evan Willen at SHK on 03 8620 8039 send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org, quoting reference 6669. Applications close at midnight on 20 November 2019. Direct and third-party applications will be forwarded to SHK.