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May

Senior Governance Officer

MLC Life Insurance - Sydney, NSW

Administration & Secretarial
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JOB DESCRIPTION

MLC Life Insurance. We have been protecting the lives of Australians for over 130 years. We respect the trust placed on us and the role we play in providing peace of mind for our customers. We never lose sight of it.


Our Purpose

MLC Life Insurance is one of Australia’s leading life insurance specialists and a member of the Nippon Life Insurance Group, one of the world’s leading insurers. We are guided by our simple purpose: ‘A Promise for Life’. We provide over 1.15 million Australians with reassurance that they and their loved ones will be supported when they need it most.


Our purpose is supported by Our Values: Do What’s Right, Deliver Together, Make it Simple, Own it and Aim High. It’s how we work together and behave every day in every interaction with our customers and each other that defines who we are. 


Our Strategy

Our Strategy puts our customers at the centre of our ambition to be Australia’s leading and most trusted life insurer. It is through the commitment, energy and talent of everyone at MLC Life Insurance, working together, that we make a positive contribution to the lives of our customers. To support everyone to be at their best every day, we offer a flexible work environment centred on development, wellbeing, recognition and contribution. 


With more about 1,500 people nationally, we believe our success is built on the unique contribution of our people. Diversity and Inclusion are core to us. We aspire for everyone at MLC Life Insurance to feel valued and respected for who they are.


The Role

Reporting to the Company Secretary & Head of Governance, the newly created role of Senior Governance Officer will play a critical role in providing efficient and profession governance services to Management and the Board.


Working as part of an established and respected governance team, you will take the lead for ensuring the Company’s administrative, statutory and compliance obligations are met, and our governance processes are compliant and strive towards best practice.


In this role, you will have three core accountabilities.


Managing all Company administration, statutory requirements, and corporate governance compliance requirements. This includes:

  • Lodgement of forms and documents with ASIC and other relevant regulators
  • Issuing of Company Shares
  • Execution of company documents, maintenance of statutory records and registers
  • Board approved Fit and Proper policies and procedures
  • Appointments and resignations for Directors, Responsible Persons and Responsible Managers


Providing executive assistance and professional board administration support. This includes:

  • Working directly with the Company Secretary and Assistant Company Secretary, Management and Directors to ensure efficient and effective Board and Committee operations
  • Providing technology and office support for Directors, including diary management, travel and expenses as required


Supporting governance team operations. This includes:

  • Maintaining team process and procedure manuals to reflect compliant and best practices
  • Assisting with management of the team Risk Profile, Business Continuity Plan (BCP) and Compliance Plan
  • Championing continuous strengthening and improvement of the team’s Control environment and Event management practices


About You

The successful candidate will be a Governance professional, with previous experience in Statutory Compliance or Board Administration or Corporate Secretariat, ideally in the Financial Services industry.


You already have a strong understanding of the fundamentals and importance of corporate governance, including the role of the Board, and know the key legal and regulatory obligations, including prudential standards, that the Company must comply with.


Your balanced set of skills includes critical and analytical thinking, positive interpersonal and influencing skills, and a proven ability to prioritise and manage competing demands.


You are looking for that next opportunity to continue to build your knowledge and career in the governance field. You have a passion for doing the right thing and are excited by the opportunity to join a business undergoing re-build and transformation.


Why Choose Us?

At MLC Life Insurance, you will have the opportunity to:

  • work with a WGEA cited Employer of Choice for Gender Equality
  • enjoy flexible work options and an inclusive environment where everyone is respected and valued for who they are and their unique contribution
  • embrace a culture of customer centricity and an ambition to be Australia’s leading, most trusted Life Insurer
  • access a range of benefits including competitive salary, lifestyle leave, two days volunteer leave every year, recognition of service milestones; and
  • wellness and lifestyle offerings including access to Uprise – our Digital Wellbeing Program, as well as discounts on a variety of lifestyle and entertainment products and services.



Should an applicant be the preferred candidate, background checks (including Federal Police Checks, Employment checks, ASIC banned and disqualified persons and Bankruptcy checks) will be completed prior to the candidate's employment being confirmed. The outcomes of the background checks do not automatically bar candidates, however they will be assessed against the inherent requirements of the position.