Provide quality advice and support to the Business Manager in the effective and efficient delivery of a range
of corporate services functions for the Office of the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Assist in the development of corporate policies and procedures as it relates to, financial and human resource management,
governance, risk management and general services for the office.
2. Provide assistance to the Business Manager in the development and monitoring of the office’s budget and reporting on key
3. Provide financial services support to the Office such as management of financial systems, reviewing of transactions and
ensuring compliance with legislative requirements.
4. Assist in the procurement of goods and services as required including obtaining of quotations, tender documentation and
assessments and debriefings.
5. Provide secretariat support to internal committees such as the Corporate Executive Committee and the Audit, Risk and
Compliance Committee and assist in the delivery of their objectives.
6. Provide support to the Business Manager in the delivery of other corporate services functions such as human resource
management, records and information management, work health and safety, and general services.
1. Demonstrated experience in the preparation of financial statements and budget deliverables including knowledge of
financial management frameworks.
2. Well-developed skills in the use of computerised systems and databases, including knowledge of financial systems relating to
processing of invoices, payments by corporate credit card, and official travel booking.
3. Demonstrated experience in the preparation of quality written documentation including reports, policies, and guidelines.
4. Sound communication, conflict resolution and report writing skills, including the ability to manage the political, social and
organisational environment and to contribute constructively to discussions and meetings.
5. Ability to work under pressure, prioritise commitments and meet critical deadlines while maintaining quality data and reporting
6. Strong interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills including a commitment to high personal work standards and
delivery of client focused services.
7. Ability to engage effectively across cultures to achieve and build sustainable relationships with internal and external
stakeholders, including providing training sessions as required.
1. Tertiary qualifications in accounting, finance, business or a related field.
2. Knowledge of financial management systems used in the NT Government.
3. Understanding of the role of the ICAC and the NT public sector environment.
The applicant must be able to satisfy section 126 of the ICAC Act. The ICAC may request an applicant to do
any of the following:
criminal history check, including biometric data for that purpose, Police intelligence or integrity check, declare
personal interests, undergo medical or psychometric assessment and make a statutory declaration in relation to matters determined
by the ICAC to be relevant to the applicant’s suitability.