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New term, new priorities - Key social and economic priorities of the Victorian Government

  • Victorian Managed Insurance Authority (VMIA) Level 10, 161 Collins Street Melbourne VIC 3000 Australia (map)
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IPAA Victoria's Young Professionals Network (YIPAA) and the Graduate Recruit Alumni Society (GRAS) are pleased to announce an upcoming seminar: New Term, New Priorities - Key Economic and Social Priorities of the Victorian Government

This is a rare opportunity to meet senior leaders from across the Victorian Public Service including the Department of Health and Human Services, Department of Justice and Community Safety, the Department of Transport and the Victorian Managed Insurance Authority on key priorities of the re-elected Victorian Government such as mental health, crime prevention, transport and risk management.

Our four speakers will each discuss:

  • What are the key priorities of the re-elected Government?

  • What does this mean for organisational changes and key projects in the VPS?

  • What opportunities does that bring for public servants, and what skills do young professionals need?

After short presentations about the priorities and opportunities in their four agencies, you will also have the chance to discuss or ask questions about these portfolios, and how you can engage with them as a young professional.

The IPAA Young Professionals Network (YIPAA) is open to all personal members or corporate affiliates of IPAA Victoria aged under 36. Joining YIPAA provides opportunities to connect, learn and grow in a supportive community of young professionals from across the public purpose sector, and attend exciting events with access to senior public sector leaders. To find out more, visit vic.ipaa.org.au

GRAS was established in 1998 by alumni of the VPS Graduate Recruitment and Development Scheme. A non-profit organisation with over 500 members, GRAS works to support a stronger social, wellbeing and professional development network within the graduate and graduate alumni community of public servants in Victoria. To find out more, visit vpsgras.org.

Speakers

  • Matthew Hercus - Director, Mental Health, Department of Health and Human Services

  • Corri McKenzie - Deputy Secretary, Police, Fines and Crime Prevention, Department of Justice and Community Safety

  • Michael Hopkins - Deputy Secretary, Policy & Reform, Department of Transport

Registrations closed

Pricing

Members - Complimentary
Staff of Corporate Members - Complimentary
Non-Member - $60.00 (inc GST)

Event Details

Wednesday 29 May 2019
5.00pm - 6.45pm 

  • Registrations from 5.00pm

  • Event commences at 5.15pm

  • Event concludes at 6.45pm

Venue

Victorian Managed Insurance Authority (VMIA)
Level 10, 161 Collins Street
MELBOURNE VIC 3000

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Speaker Bios

 

Matthew Hercus
Director, Mental Health, Department of Health and Human Services


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Corri McKenzie
Deputy Secretary, Police, Fines and Crime Prevention, Department of Justice and Community Safety


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Michael Hopkins
Deputy Secretary, Policy & Reform, Department of Transport

Michael's public service career has included more than 25 years in government in policy and communications positions. His policy career has focused on transport, planning and environmental management, and for the last 15 years he has held several executive positions in government. He has also led the communications functions for a number of Victorian Government departments.

Michael is currently acting Deputy Secretary, Policy & Reform of the Department of Transport, the State Government department coordinating the planning, development and delivery of the transport network and services. Michael’s role is focused on planning for the future network; integrating transport planning with land use planning; reform of markets such as the taxi and hire car markets; policy and regulatory reform; and ensuring the transport portfolio is taking advantage of the benefits of emerging technologies, data sources and business models.


Earlier Event: May 29
Grammar and Punctuation
Later Event: June 4
Stakeholder Engagement