Unfortunately this vacancy is no longer open. Please contact a member of staff if you require assistance.
Senior Manager Regulatory Affairs (Remediation Project)
At The Star Entertainment Group, we aim to be Australias leading integrated resort company. Our mission is to create fun and memorable experiences for the millions of guests we welcome each year at our trusted destinations.
Our properties across Sydney, Brisbane, and the Gold Coast are world-class with many award-winning hotels, restaurants, bars, and entertainment venues.
The Star Entertainment Group (TSEG) is an ASX-listed company committed to supporting the communities in which we operate. TSEG will achieve this by leading with integrity and values to enable us to provide entertainment, gaming, and leisure experiences safely, responsibly, and ethically.
The Star is growing as part of our renewal and transformation strategy! We have a position available which will support our Group Risk and Assurance Leadership team working on our Remediation Project for period of 12 months. As Senior Manager for Regulatory Affairs your key objectives will be to lead and support on transformation of The Regulatory Engagement program in connection with the Groups multi-year remediation program. This role will also be responsible for maintaining professional working relationships with all relevant regulatory agencies.
A few of your responsibilities
What we are looking for
You are a seasoned regulatory expert with in-depth knowledge of regulatory requirements and working with government authorities. You have a proven track record in communicating and implementing statutory processes effectively.
Your role will be pivotal in shaping the success of relationship with regulatory authorities at The Star. Join us in making a difference.
At The Star, we are committed to creating a diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace that we know will contribute to exceptional experiences for our guests, a great place to work for our team members and positive outcomes for our communities. We welcome applications from all cultures, ages, religions, genders, LGBTQI+ people, Australias First Nations Peoples, and people with disabilities. We recognise the distinctive challenges that trans and gender-diverse applicants may encounter during the recruitment process. We offer a range of flexible working options for team members to find a balance between work and life thats right for them and their unique well-being needs.
The Star is a WGEA Employee of Citation for Gender Equality holder and is recognised with a Gold Award 2022 by the Australian Workplace Equality Index (AWEI) which evaluates LGBTQI+ inclusiveness in the workplace.
It's your move
Make your next move by clicking the link below.
Please be aware that eligibility checks are required as part of the recruitment process and ongoing employment for this position.
Ensure that your online CV is up to date as employers are always searching our online CV database of candidates.
A member of our staff is ready to help you with any questions you may have.