The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) is the prudential supervisor of the Australian financial sector. APRA's core mission is to establish and enforce prudential standards and practices designed to ensure that, under all reasonable circumstances, financial promises made by institutions we supervise are met within a stable, efficient and competitive financial system. Based in our Sydney or Canberra office we are looking for a dedicated and professional Policy Advisor to join our Superannuation Policy Team. As a Policy Advisor you will be responsible for developing policy options and making recommendations across the full range of Superannuation prudential policy, including the content of prudential standards and prudential practice guides. You will work across the Super sector through consulting both internally, and externally with other government agencies and industry groups. You will also be involved in: Develop and review policy through consultation with stakeholders and relevant experts, to ensure APRA policies can address prudential issues as they arise. Identify opportunities for new projects and make recommendations to the Senior Manager, Policy Development on policy initiatives. Manage projects effectively and efficiently ensuring on time delivery of outcomes. Prepare briefing papers and submissions to ensure timely and accurate responses to policy issues raised by stakeholders and other agencies. Respond to requests for advice and/or interpretation of existing policy, practice and procedure. Liaise and negotiate with key stakeholders within APRA and from the government and financial sectors, on policy issues to ensure that policy development is reflective of current market developments and stakeholder needs. Provide advice and assistance to key stakeholders on all matters relating to super policy development. The successful candidate will have: strong tertiary qualification; in-depth knowledge of, and practical experience in, the super industry, government or the wider financial services sector; excellent written, communication and consultation skills, including stakeholder management capabilities; and Highly developed organisational and priority management skills and provide ability to work autonomously. The successful applicant must also be an Australian Permanent Resident or Citizen and complete background and security clearances. We are ideally looking for someone with a background in Superannuation and policy development, however a strong policy background in the area of broader financial services will also be considered. APRA invests in contemporary technologies to enable our employees to achieve work life balance, via flexible working practices. We are dedicated to cultivating a diverse and inclusive workplace that fosters collaboration and continuous improvement. APRA is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, or disability status. APRA provides ongoing studies support, structured training programs and excellent career progression opportunities all within a highly professional environment where maintaining work-life balance is our policy. To apply, please visit our Careers Page at . Applications will be continually reviewed, so please submit your application at your earliest convenience. For further information or assistance, please e-mail . Please do not apply to this e-mail addre ss.
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