Specialist Team Leader | National
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- Insolvency Practitioners & Reporting and Breach Reporting portfolios
- $120,883+ and 15.4% superannuation
- 2 roles located across Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane or Perth
A future with ASIC means that your work will contribute to ASIC's vision for a fair, strong and efficient financial system for all Australians. We value what you will bring. We value those with sharp, analytical minds and are open to challenging the way things are done.
Misconduct & Breach Reporting (M&BR) is a national team of lawyers and analysts responsible for the assessment and action on reports of alleged misconduct and breach notifications received by ASIC from members of the public and regulated businesses. The team assesses reports of misconduct relating to financial services, credit, corporate governance and insolvency as well as insider trading, continuous disclosure and market manipulation, for consideration of enforcement or other action which is critical to ASIC's work in maintaining consumer confidence and market integrity.
As a Specialist Team Leader, you will lead and manage team members responsible for responding to and actioning reports of misconduct and breach reports within a specialist portfolio.
M&BR's portfolios include Insolvency Practitioners & Reporting, Corporate Governance, Deposit Takers Credit & Insurers, Markets & Unlicensed, Wealth Management, Breach Reporting, Central Allocations and Escalated Matters & Government. You may be expected to lead any of these portfolios, as the business requires.
As a Specialist Team Leader, you will be required to:
- Lead, manage and report on the work of the specialist portfolio, and foster a culture of positive action and continuous improvement.
- Develop and implement policies, procedures and practices that advance M&BR's and specialist portfolio objectives.
- Coordinate, monitor and draft significant reports and correspondence relevant to the management of notifications received by ASIC in the portfolio's focus area.
- Review the triaging, or assessment, of complex and/or sensitive misconduct and breach reports and recommend regulatory responses that appropriately manage risk.
- Present referrals falling within your specialist portfolio at Enforcement referral and other internal meetings.
- Develop and maintain knowledge management documents within your specialist area.
- Identify trends within your portfolio, and progress opportunities for process improvement and innovation.
- Add value to internal stakeholders by identifying and reporting on significant intelligence that may indicate potential consumer harm or regulatory risk.
- Display strong leadership skills in managing the team's performance to meet key performance indicators.
- Develop and maintain strong relationships with internal stakeholders; and
- Settle and approve notices under ASIC's compulsory information gathering powers (as required and only if you hold relevant legal qualifications).
To be successful in this role you will demonstrate the following:
- Relevant tertiary qualification in law, accounting, finance, economics or commerce.
- Substantial industry-related experience gained in financial services, regulatory, corporate, insolvency, government policy, or commercial law environment.
- Proven track record in the provision of specialist advice and in the interpretation of legislation.
- Experience in supporting, guiding and coaching other team members to facilitate staff development and team performance.
- Demonstrated ability to effectively present complex information to a range of stakeholders.
ASIC is Australia's integrated corporate, markets, financial services and consumer credit regulator.
ASIC has a broad mandate. We are a regulator; a policy advisory body; a consumer protection agency; a licensing body; a financial educator and consumer advocate; and a company and professional registry. And we are a law enforcement agency.
This work is directed to one principal aim: to realise ASIC's vision for a fair, strong and efficient financial system for all Australians.
Underpinning ASIC's vision is the recognition that every cent in the financial system is other people's money.
A future with ASIC means that your work will contribute to achieving ASIC's vision.
ASIC is committed to a providing a diverse and inclusive workplace where the very best talent in Australia chooses to work. Indigenous Australians are encouraged to apply as well as applicants from all backgrounds and with different abilities.
To work with us, you must be an Australian citizen, and be prepared to complete an ASIC Suitability and Baseline Assessment which is issued by ASIC's Personnel Security Team.
Please view the position description for more information or click ‘apply' to start your application.