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Group Risk Manager

Hassett People Solutions - Melbourne, VIC

Banking & Finance
Source: uWorkin


  • Develop and lead business risk strategies in a multi-entity organisation
  • Offer impactful perspective to influence decision-making for future growth
  • Join a preeminent national organisation at a senior level

Scope Australia is seeking to appoint a seasoned and innovative Group Risk Manager to its team. Reporting to the General Manager Improvement, Innovation and Customer Experience, the Group Risk Manager will join one of Australia’s leading for-purpose organisations supporting people with physical, intellectual and multiple disabilities and developmental delays to achieve their goals. Headquartered in Hawthorn, Scope is a change-ready organisation on an ambitious growth journey.


The successful candidate will work with the Executive and Board, providing advice and assistance in developing, implementing and sustaining risk and business resilience strategies throughout the network of operations of Scope Australia. In line with the maturation of the organisation, they will assume a coaching role to business leaders and team members as strategic and operational risk evolves. With a practised ‘group’ view, the Group Risk Manager will foster a risk-intelligent and continuous improvement culture. They will develop tools, practices, and policies to analyse and report enterprise risks, as well as take responsibility for management of the internal audit program, including development of the audit plan. In doing so, the appointee will ensure business risks are identified and appropriately managed, consistent with broader operational, risk management and corporate governance frameworks and organisational objectives.


The appointee will have proven risk leadership on a large scale, ideally in a multi-entity organisation. A seasoned educator valuing collaboration and delegation, the Group Risk Manager will be equally consultative in nature and a person of conviction. They will have a demonstrated history of developing and implementing strategy successfully in a dynamic, challenging, and competitive environment. Building capability and capacity to effectively manage risk, the incumbent will have further experience implementing change management strategies to support new and ongoing risk processes and initiatives. With a complex reporting load, the Group Risk Manager will display outstanding stakeholder management and influencing skills at the most senior levels to drive a cohesive agenda across multiple entities. They will display agility and flexibility around competing demands and manage and prioritise a large workload in a time-critical environment. With advanced strategic thinking and the ability to anticipate and navigate next steps, the appointee will have a genuine desire to operate within the for-purpose sector and demonstrate a strong value proposition as to same.


Experience in a human services environment will be held in high regard. The appointee will hold tertiary qualifications in law, finance or business and preferably hold post-graduate qualifications in the area/s of risk management, compliance, business management and/or corporate governance. A full time, ongoing position will be offered to the appointee.

The offer of this position is subject to the production of a current NDIS Worker Screening Check and Working with Children Check, as well as the satisfactory completion of pre-existing injury documentation. An International Police Check is also required if the incumbent has lived or worked overseas for longer than one year within the last ten years.

Scope Australia champions equal opportunity and is committed to diversity and inclusion. For more information, visit https://www.scopeaust.org.au/