- National responsibility
- Newly created leadership role
Over the past year The Salvation Army (TSA) has been working towards joining the two existing Eastern and Southern territories into one unified organisation under the leadership of a National Commander. This will deliver a single Australia territory with an aligned vision, united voice, stronger partnerships, better stewardship, and the ability to make an even greater impact on the many people who depend on our services.
Under the new, national organisation, we are creating an Enterprise Project Management Office (EPMO) with the primary purpose to ensure TSA’s resources are used to identify and successfully deliver projects which add value to the organisation, whilst supporting the TSA’s focus on mission delivery.
The Head of EPMO will report to the Assistant Chief Secretary and will provide vision, direction, leadership and governance in establishing and operating a highly efficient and effective EPMO.
The role will be responsible for developing an approach that ensures effective project selection, prioritisation, delivery, governance and reporting.
Key areas of accountability include:
- Business Case Development - Provide support in business case development, assisting with estimation / sizing, and ensuring that all business cases meet a consistently high standard
- Strategy –Define best practice in delivering programs and projects aligned to TSA’s organisational strategy
- Project and Change Management - Ensure appropriate capacity and capability of project and change resources for successful project delivery
- Stakeholder Engagement - Build and maintain a strong network of internal and external stakeholders
- People Leadership - Provide strong and effective leadership of the EPMO team
- Benefits Realisation - Tracking of benefits realised from projects undertaken by the EPMO
For this role you will have at least 7 years’ experience at General Manager level in multi-faceted, national services organisations that are recognised for best practice. You will have a bachelor’s degree in a relevant discipline, as well as relevant postgraduate qualifications and PMP certification.
The position will be located in Melbourne and require interstate travel.
A full position description can be downloaded from the 'download' link at the top of this notice. For questions about the role or to have a position description sent to you, please contact Sam Morton on (02) 9466 3038.
Apply for the position via this link http://bit.ly/2AmHBUJ.
Closing date for applications is 23 November 2017