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Closing Date - 23 April 2021

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Audit & Risk Committee
2 Independent Members

The Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) conducts Parliamentary, Local Government and fee for service elections, maintains the Register of Victorian electors and supports electoral boundary reviews. 

Due to rotation requirements, the VEC is seeking to appoint 2 new members for its Audit & Risk Committee. The Committee meets 4 times a year and reports to the Victorian Electoral Commissioner. 

Tertiary qualified, the successful candidates will possess at least one of the following skills sets: Finance – Risk Management – IT – Resilience Management – Corporate Compliance, as well as previous Audit Committee exposure. Victorian Government experience is preferred but not essential. 

Key Responsibilities outlined in the Audit and Risk Committee Charter include monitoring and oversight of the following:


  • Financial performance and the reporting process including annual financial statements

  • Scope of work, performance and independence of internal and external auditors

  • Operation and implementation of the risk management framework and reports

  • Effectiveness of management information systems and internal controls

  • VEC’s process for monitoring compliance with laws and regulations and code of conduct

  • Review and monitor remedial actions taken to address Compliance Deficiencies 

  • Reports detailing projects and achievements of the Committee over the previous year

This is an exciting opportunity to support the VEC’s role in State and Local Government elections by contributing to and overseeing the electoral processes, as they relate to the financial, operational practices and controls of the Commission.

Terms of appointment are for an initial period of 3 years.

M2, Rialto North Tower

525 Collins Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

61 (3) 9629 6999

Casual car parking is generally available in the basement of the Rialto Building (entry off Flinders Lane). There are also numerous parking stations within a short walk of the building, including those operated by Wilson Parking, Crown Casino and Etihad Stadium in the Docklands precinct. Metered street parking is limited, so we suggest you plan ahead to ensure you know where alternative car parking can be found.

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