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Principal Commercial & Market Adviser

Ref: BROADBEAN_749531668666679

on 17 November 2022
Parramatta, New South Wales
Contract Type
$134,411 - $155,445 / Year

Are you passionate about making a real difference in our community and supporting families?

Do you have a knack for policy and funding?

Are you a Research or Finance Analyst looking for your next challenge where your expertise is truly valued, and your insight & recommendations are listened to?

Do you thrive in situations where you can make clear recommendations, identify areas for improvement, and communicate these to senior executives including Ministers?

The Company

Join a leading Government Department that focusses on achieving high quality outcomes for our community. This Department is responsible for enacting NSW Government policy, driving improvement in the sector, and overseeing policy, funding, and compliance issues.

The teams are focused on policy development, service design, and delivering programs, with a particular focus on data, information, and insights. To be successful in this role, you will be innovative, outcomes-focused who thrives in fast-paced and dynamic environments.

The Role

Paying up to $173,088 Package (depending on experience)

Permanent role direct with a NSW Government Department

The Principal Commercial & Market Advisor (PCMA) will be responsible for leading work which provides insight into the NSW market, advise regarding The Fund's investment priorities, and building on economic modelling demonstrating the correlation between availability and cost. The Fund is designed to provide supply-side interventions to reduce barriers to workforce involvement by improving both access and affordability. The PCMA leads financial analysis which is then utilised to advise on funding and policy decisions, the design and management of the commercial and market review strategy, and coordinates performance reporting for the sector.

Reporting directly to the Director of the Division, some key responsibilities include:

  • Prepare quality evidence-based briefs, proposals, correspondence and reports, identify areas for improvement and make clear recommendations to the Director, Executive Director, Deputy Secretary, the Secretary, and the Minister
  • Support the Director, Executive Director and other senior officers in policy and funding decisions by leading complex financial analysis and market monitoring
  • Lead the development of various metrics and performance reporting tools to examine and assess the sectors' performance and make informed decisions, identify investment priorities, and influence policy development
  • Represent the Directorate at major committees and forums
  • Identify and provide advice regarding areas of risk and potential improvement strategies
  • Collaborate with various divisions of the Directorate to demonstrate the impact of reforms and policy proposals
  • Manage systems & processes and provide advice & training to staff across the Department to ensure high quality consolidated reporting


  • A current WWCC or willingness to obtain


  • 35hr work week
  • Generous Leave Entitlements
  • Hybrid working arrangement
  • Opportunity for advancement
  • Supportive & collaborative team
  • Close to public transport

Talented, committed, can-do individuals have always been the cornerstone of this dynamic organisation. If you have what it takes to thrive in this role and want to know more, please reach out to Kerri-Ann Allan on OR 02 8028 3138

About Us

Modis delivers cross-industry IT and digital engineering expertise to accelerate innovation and digital transformation. By combining a unique service offering of Tech Consulting, Tech Talent Services and Tech Academy solutions Modis enables businesses to progress, scale and perform. Modis has a global footprint with 30,000+ consultants in over 20 countries focused on Cognitive Technologies,

Digital Transformation, Cloud & Infrastructure, Smart Ecosystem, and Industry 4.0 across the key sectors of Automotive & Transportation, Environmental & Energy, Software, Internet & Communication, Financial Services and Industrial Manufacturing.


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