Employment Type: Full Time
Posted on: 2017-04-23
Queensland Government Manager, Strategic Policy & Intergovernmental Relations Full Time in Brisbane QLD
Branch Brisbane QLD AU
Manager, Strategic Policy & Intergovernmental Relations
Prepare high level strategic analysis and advice to assist the Director and Senior Executive Director to advise the Minister, Director-General, and senior…
- Prepare high level strategic analysis and advice to assist the Director and Senior Executive Director to advise the Minister, Director-General, and senior management on strategic policy issues and projects. • Develop strategic policy submissions, Cabinet submissions, Cabinet Budget Review Committee submissions and evaluation frameworks to enable Government to deliver its Child and Family Reform Program and renewal agenda.• Consult, collaborate and coordinate across the department, between government agencies and with the non-government sector. • Develop and maintain productive partnerships with a range of stakeholders to ensure successful negotiation on strategic policy matters to support the child and family reform agenda. • Research and advise on contemporary policy and legislative frameworks, based on evidence and best practice locally, nationally and internationally. Including maintenance and development of the department’s research partnerships and strategic research agenda.• Support the Director and Senior Executive Director to represent the department in whole of government and intergovernmental forums and negotiations, undertake policy analysis specific to budget and policy initiatives at both Commonwealth and State levels to ensure that Queensland’s interests are secured, and that vulnerable Queenslanders receive their fair share of Federal funding and support.• Manage the Child and Family Strategic Policy work program, consistent with Government commitments and directions set by the Minister and Director-General, meeting all deadlines and performance requirements.
Applications to remain current for 12 months. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License.