Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC)
Organisational Development (Human Resources & Recruitment) • Government - Federal (Government & Defence)
AUSTRAC is the Australian Government’s financial intelligence unit and anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing regulator. With government and industry partners, we use financial intelligence and regulation to:
Prevent criminal abuse of the financial sector;
Help business, government and law enforcement partners detect, deter and disrupt money laundering, terrorism financing and other serious crimes;
Build and maintain trust and integrity in Australia’s financial system. Every day our people use their intellect, skills, initiative and the latest technologies to protect our country, economy and community
About the Role
The Manager Learning and Development is a key member of the Organisational Development Section within the People and Business Solutions Branch. This role will work closely with internal and external stakeholders to identify capability gaps and develop and implement contemporary learning and development activities/initiatives to improve the capabilities and performance of AUSTRAC’s workforce in supporting the achievement of the Strategic Workforce Plan, People Strategy, Corporate Plan and other relevant plans.
ABOUT THE TEAM
The Organisational Development Section brings together specialist Strategic HR skills, knowledge and expertise to build and strengthen AUSTRAC's workforce capability and capacity to ensure continued protection of financial systems and use of financial intelligence and regulation to disrupt money laundering, terrorism financing and other serious crime.
The Manager, Learning and Development under general supervision from the EL2 Director, Organsational Development Section, is responsible for:
leading and managing the Learning and Development Team to identify, develop and deliver innovative, high quality learning and development solutions that align with the agency’s business and strategic goals and support ongoing organisational capability uplift.
consulting and collaborating with internal L&D training spokes located within the Divisions to ensure the alignment of specialist development opportunities with organisational Learning and Development outcomes.
developing and implementing relevant learning and development frameworks, policies and procedures
applying contemporary knowledge of issues, trends and best practice to champion effective and high quality learning and development within the agency
building and maintaining strong working relationships with internal stakeholders and key external stakeholders such as AUSTRAC’s Executive, Australian Public Service Commission and other APS agencies to identify capability gaps and broader development opportunities.
enabling the business to drive capability development initiatives through the use of existing resources and technology, leveraging opportunities both within the agency and across the APS
working closely with the HR Section to ensure learning and development activities are integrated into the agency’s people management strategies (e.g. recruitment, performance management).
managing the reporting needs on a recurring basis to collect, analyse and report on data relating to learning and development needs and reporting on return of investment relevant to development initiatives.
“Come and join the fight against financial crime”
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