GCNA is looking for a Manager, Programmes

Kylie Porter | May 19, 2020

Work for Australia’s leading corporate responsibility network.

The GCNA is currently recruiting for a Manager, Programmes. Reporting to the Head of Programmes, the Manager, Programmes role is a newly created role to primarily support the implementation of the Bribery Prevention Network (BPN), the delivery of the GCNA’s anti-bribery and corruption and governance activities and provide additional support to the GCNA team to deliver its commitments under its grant with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

To be considered for this role, you must have excellent time management skills, including the ability to prioritise workload, have proven interpersonal and stakeholder engagement skills and be an effective communicator. The role will require liaising with numerous stakeholders across all levels of an organisation, undertaking research and distilling complex information into a format that is accessible for broad consumption.

The successful candidate will be a self-starter, have the ability to work autonomously and in a small and dynamic team and be passionate about promoting responsible business practices. Strong research skills and a solid understanding of the legal, regulatory and legislative environment underpinning bribery and corruption is required. This role is an initial 12-month contract.

Does this sound like you or someone you know?

If so, please see further details here

Applications are open via Seek.

Please apply by way of sending your cover letter and CV to secretariat@unglobalcompact.org.au by 5 June 2020.

The role is based in Melbourne’s CBD.

The GCNA supports an inclusive and flexible working environment.

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Kylie Porter

Kylie is a sustainability expert with over 18 years of experience in corporate affairs, sustainability and strategy roles across a broad range of industries. During her career, Kylie has helped numerous companies develop and implement responsible business strategies, managed reputation risk for environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues and wrote and managed policies across various thematic areas including climate change and human rights.