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Executive Officer

MSI Asia Pacific |
ACFID Member: 1
Location: VIC
Sub location(s): Melbourne

The Executive Officer leads the MSIAP team and represents MSI’s global work in Australia and New Zealand. They represent MSI’s executive leadership in the region and ensure that all MSIAP team members manifest MSI’s global core values. They oversee all of MSIAP’s workstreams by managing the Directors of the project management, finance, fundraising and advocacy departments. They represent and express the possibility inherent in our vision for the future, and bring this with them to work every day.

The role reports to the MSIAP Board of Directors and operationally to MSI Global Leadership. They oversee a compliance regime which maintains full accreditation with DFAT and meets all Australian statutory obligations. They support the Board to oversee the good governance and risk management of MSIAP by preparing reporting content which meets both routine and topical requirements.

The Executive Officer develops strategy and provides leadership to the organisation. They are supported by the Senior Management Team to closely monitor the implementation of progress against annual plans and to ensure the wider team is effective and satisfied in their work. They keep policies and procedures up-to-date and relevant, and monitor their implementation.

This position requires flexibility with work hours during occasional travel periods and when working with stakeholders across multiple time zones, including the Global Support Office in the London and MSI-US office in Washington D.C.

Closing Date: Dec 11, 2022

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