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Manager, Gaming Audit

Queensland Government - Brisbane City, QLD

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As Manager Gaming Audit you will provide leadership, management and direction to a team of auditors responsible for conducting complex financial, compliance and operational audits of liquor and gaming licensees. You will be required to lead the development of a risk-based annual audit program to ensure priority audit coverage of operations under the regulatory control of the OLGR.

You will be involved in compliance and client service activities under a range of Acts including the Casino Control Act 1982, the Lotteries Act 1997, the Wagering Act 1998, the Keno Act 1996, the Gaming Machine Act 1991, the Charitable and Non-Profit Gaming Act 1999 and the Liquor Act 1992.

Key Responsibilities

  • Assist the Director Regional Services Branch to develop, recommend, implement and manage strategies, systems, policies and processes that will ensure compliance with liquor and gaming legislation.
  • Develop a risk-based annual audit program to ensure appropriate audit coverage and level of enquiry into all areas and operations under the OLGR's regulatory control.
  • Co ordinate and manage the various information systems, financial, compliance, and operational/efficiency audits, reviews and assessments undertaken by the Audit Unit.
  • Engage with liquor and gaming industry participants and other stakeholders relating to the operations of the Audit Unit and Regional Services Branch.
  • Identify and advise the Director Regional Services Branch on a regular basis of policy and operational issues including trends and issues emerging within the liquor and gaming industries, which could impact upon Government, liquor and gaming legislation or be contrary to the public interest.
  • Establish and continually improve systems, procedures and processes to ensure that audit and compliance-related tasks are carried out in an effective, efficient and timely manner.
  • Prepare and/or co-ordinate submissions, reports, briefs and correspondence of a substantial nature relating to liquor and gaming industry compliance and audit activities.
  • Identify and manage the development and training of staff and provide regular feedback to staff on their performance.
  • Responsible for the effective management of the Audit unit in line with relevant legislation, policies and delegated authority, ensuring adherence to ethical decision making principles and standards.
How You Will Be Assessed

The ideal applicant for this role will be someone who can demonstrate the following key attributes as they apply to the key responsibilities of the role. (Please refer to the section ‘Interested in Applying' for information about how to address these key attributes. Failure to apply in the correct format may result in your application not being considered.)
  • Willing to share information, support and speak on behalf of others when necessary, and deal with conflict to manage difficult individuals, issues and situations in an immediate, direct, objective and positive way. (Managerial Courage)
  • Balances organisational needs with resources to deliver critical outcomes in a timely manner. (Priority Setting)
  • Can define and analyse complex problems and develop effective solutions, and knows how and where to seek relevant sources of information. (Problem Solving)
  • Leads by example, creating strong morale and team spirit by focusing on common goals, priorities and problems. (Building Effective Teams)
  • Writes clearly and succinctly in a variety of settings and styles, sensitive to the context and the impact of the message to achieve a desired effect. (Written Communications)
  • Applies auditing functional and technical knowledge and skills to perform the job at a high level of accomplishment. (Functional/Technical Skills)
  • These capabilities are based on Lominger International's LEADERSHIP ARCHITECT® Competency Sort Cards, Copyright 1192, 1996, 2001-2003 Lominger Limited, Inc., a subsidiary of Korn/Ferry International ALL RIGHTS
In accordance with legislation administered by the OLGR, officers are to be of good repute, having regard to character, honesty and integrity and in this regard the successful applicant will be subject to probity checks prior to appointment.

Applications to remain current for 12 months.

Occupational group Auditing & Compliance