APRA is seeking an experienced remuneration specialist to join the Governance, Remuneration & Accountability (GRA) team.
APRA is seeking an experienced remuneration specialist to join the Governance, Remuneration & Accountability (GRA) team within our Risk & Data Analytics Division. GRA provides specialist risk expertise and advice to APRA's supervisory teams in relation to remuneration practices, as well as governance and accountability related matters. GRA works closely with APRA's Risk Culture Team. This role provides a unique opportunity to contribute to projects that shape the remuneration practices of the largest banks, insurers and superannuation entities in Australia. You will collaborate with a wide range of industry stakeholders and have an opportunity to be involved in policy related work. Working alongside other remuneration specialists, this role has responsibility for:
- Contribute to APRA's role as prudential regulator of financial institutions in the area of remuneration
- Play a key role in projects that shape the remuneration practices of the financial services sector
- Opportunity for flexible working arrangements in a workplace that values diversity, inclusion and work/life balance
The successful candidate will have substantial knowledge of remuneration frameworks, design and governance. You will enjoy finding the best solution to a problem, have excellent analytical skills, along with strong written and verbal communication skills. Tertiary qualifications in a relevant field are required. Additional background in consultancy or experience in specialist governance, culture or risk and compliance roles is desirable, but not essential.
- assessing regulated institutions' remuneration practices, which includes undertaking off-site and on-site reviews
- contributing to the development of prudential standards and guidelines
- providing training and advice to frontline supervisors
- keeping up-to-date with developments in remuneration both domestically and internationally, as well as related developments in governance, culture and accountability