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Current Vacancies

Applications for this position close on 11 December, 2019

Metro Tasmania has been connecting communities for over 60 years.  We strive to live our values of safety, respect, resilience, unity and being service driven in order to create a company we are all proud of.

Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, the Risk and Audit Officer is responsible for the management and implementation of Metro’s risk management framework, working closely with business units to ensure they are executing their risk management accountabilities, and that their internal control systems are operating efficiently and effectively.  This role is pivotal in ensuring Metro is managing risk appropriately to achieve its corporate plan goals, in a period where our business is experiencing continued growth and change.  The role is also responsible for managing Metro’s accreditation and ensuring compliance across the business and engaging with the relevant regulators.

To excel in this role, you will be an experienced risk professional, and hold a relevant tertiary qualification and/or experience in a similar role. You will have demonstrated your ability to build relationships and work effectively in partnership with business units and external agencies, and promote the ongoing monitoring, review and maintenance of a proactive risk management culture, which underpins our performance and success. Previous experience or an interest in a heavy vehicle/public transport environment is also highly desirable.

In return, Metro offers flexibility, great working conditions and ongoing professional development.

See below for the position description. For more information, contact Anita Robertson, Chief Financial Officer via 6233 4201 or corporate.officer@metrotas.com.au.

Applications addressing your suitability for this role as outlined in the position description should be submitted to corporate.officer@metrotas.com.au and will be accepted until 5.00pm on Wednesday 11 December 2019.

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