AIST recruiting for newly-created roles

The Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees (AIST) has entered the recruitment market to fill the newly-created roles of head of advocacy and head of corporate services.

The industry funds organisation said the new head of advocacy role had been created to lead initiatives to “enhance the voice of AIST’s member funds and profit to member superannuation in system improvement, policy development and sector and stakeholder engagement.

The AIST said the person appointed to the role would be responsible for organisation’s advocacy agenda which a key focus being engagement with government, regulator and other peak bodies of the AIST’s member funds.

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The advertising around the role suggests the AIST is looking for someone with governance relations experience with a strong background in financial services.

The head of corporate services role involves designing and leading corporate services strategic initiatives including finance, human resources, marketing and administration.




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