Careers at MAC

Careers at MAC

Senior Road Safety Data Analyst

  •  Pivotal role within Road Safety in South Australia
  • CBD Location
  • Full Time Contract up to 30 June 2018

The Motor Accident Commission (MAC) is South Australia’s leader in road safety behaviour change and education, and is dedicated to the safety of all South Australia road users. A key data analytics position is now available within MAC’s Road Safety & Strategic Communications function.  This role is critical to ensure the efficient and effective targeting of MAC’s mass media, advertising, partnership and education programs by identifying leading contributors to road trauma and reporting on road safety performance.

Reporting to the Corporate Communications & Policy Manager, responsibilities will include: 

  • Providing expert, evidence based advice regarding road safety data trends.
  • Proactively contributing to the data analysis requirements for campaign and policy development, partnerships, and media opportunities through the extraction of data, provision of information, insights, reports and recommendations.
  • Manage the development and ongoing maintenance of MAC’s road safety data capability, including expansion to include new data items/sets and reports, and managing an outsourced IT provider.
  • Developing analytical tools that provide insights into Road Safety trends, monitor performance, trends and enable accurate and comprehensive reporting.

Experience & Skills:

  • Highly developed statistical analysis skills, including the ability to form rational, evidence based recommendations and identify areas for further analysis.
  • Experience in query writing to extract data, and knowledge of varying types of databases using a variety of reporting tools (Tableau, SQL, Power BI, Cognos, SAS, etc).
  • Excellent report writing skills and production of information with accuracy and a high attention to detail.
  • Implementing processes and systems to manage possible data integrity issues.
  • Understanding Data Governance issues as it relates to SA Government.

A detailed job and person specification can be downloaded here. Download

Applications must demonstrate your experience, aptitudes and skills against the specification’s Essential Minimum Requirements. Please forward your letter of application (no more than two pages), together with a current resume, to Jacqui Cole, HR Admin Officer via Jacqui.cole@sa.gov.au.

Applications close Friday, 5 May 2017.

Manager CTP

  • Manage your own team to drive claims management initiatives
  • CBD Location
  • Full Time Contract up to 30 June 2018

The Motor Accident Commission (MAC) is South Australia’s leader in road safety behaviour change and education, and is dedicated to the safety of all South Australia road users. MAC will also continue to be responsible for the management of Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance claims for crashes that occurred prior to 30 June 2016. This includes the management of unsettled cases and the provision of appropriate compensation for thousands of road trauma victims.

A key management position is available within MAC’s CTP Division.

This dynamic position is primarily responsible for the management of MAC’s CTP claims prior to the July 2013 reforms. The incumbent will be required to deliver on service initiatives and liaise with key stakeholders to ensure claims are being managed appropriately and efficiently.

Reporting to the Executive General Manager, CTP, responsibilities will include:

  • Managing strategic and business planning processes for CTP and claims management.
  • Managing and monitoring service providers in respect of the incumbent’s core accountabilities, and primary accountability for MAC’s performance on these themes ensuring that delivery is consistent with strategy.
  • Managing all resources allocated to the team efficiently, including preparing and maintaining budgets at the direction of the Executive General Manager, including the anticipation of emerging issues and clearly specifying the quality and quantity of resources and timing of outputs.

Selection criteria:

  • Management of CTP or other personal Injury claims in a common law jurisdiction.
  • Ability to identify and analyse problems, including the identification of emerging issues generating and evaluating solutions and making recommendations.
  • Ability to make informed, effective and timely decisions.
  • Establish and maintain productive relationships with key internal and external stakeholders
  • Sound interpersonal, team and leadership skills and the ability to guide and coach staff and identify and address development opportunities.

A detailed job and person specification can be downloaded here.

Applications must demonstrate your experience, aptitudes and skills against the specification’s Essential Minimum Requirements. Please forward your letter of application (no more than two pages), together with a current resume, to Jacqui Cole, HR Admin Officer via Jacqui.cole@sa.gov.au.

Applications close Friday, 21 April 2017.

MAC's Workplace

MAC comprises a diverse mix of people forming a cohesive work environment that embraces new ideas and strategic thinking.

Staff are given the opportunity to continually develop their skills and knowledge to help MAC realise its vision and mission.

MAC is an equal opportunity employer and seeks highly motivated and result-oriented people who display the characteristics of our core values.

Our Values

Focused: We strive to achieve planned outcomes in all our activities by an approach to work that is:

  • Ethical – being honest and fair
  • Diligent – being hardworking and attentive
  • Efficient – being professional and well organised
  • Innovative – being forward thinking and creative
  • Accountable: We are responsible for our actions and delivering on our promises

Teamwork: We make teamwork work by recognising individual talents and being considerate of fellow staff members and partners.

Pride: We take pride in our contribution to MAC for the benefit of South Australian road users.

MAC

Legislation

MAC

Legislation

The Motor Accident Commission Act 1992, which MAC is governed by, establishes the Board of Directors as the governing body of MAC. The Board is also subject to direction by the Minister (the Treasurer).

The Motor Accident Commission Act 1992 establishes the Board of Directors as the governing body of MAC. The Board is also subject to direction by the Minister. The Act specifies the preparation of a Charter by the Treasurer in consultation with the Board. It details the nature and scope of MAC’s activities.

The Charter  provides for the conduct of MAC’s residual CTP insurance business and fund management, the outsourcing of claims management, the provision of support for anti-fraud campaigns and clarifies MAC’s statutory responsibility to support road safety initiatives.

Under the Charter, MAC is required to contract out the management of claims to a manager (or managers) approved by the Minister. SGIC General Insurance Limited (SGIC) provided this service from 1995 to 30 June 2003, after which Allianz Australia Insurance Ltd became responsible.  

MAC

Insurance Partners

MAC

Insurance Partners

Allianz Australia Insurance Limited

Until 30 June 2016 MAC is the CTP insurer in South Australia and Allianz Australia Insurance Limited is the claims manager. Allianz is responsible for processing claims and handling enquiries relating to CTP claims for accidents up to 30 June 2016.

Allianz can be contacted in person, by telephone or by mail. For more information visit Allianz CTP SA 

Street address: 89 Pirie Street, ADELAIDE SA 5000

Ph: 1300 618 389 (from anywhere in Australia for the price of a local call)

Fax: 1300 405 050. 

Email: sactpclaims@allianz.com.au

By mail: GPO Box 2198, ADELAIDE SA 5001

For queries relating to all other CTP claims, contact the approved insurer or the CTP Insurance Regulator  or 1300 303 558.

MAC

About MAC

MAC

About MAC

MAC provides funding for research and projects that aim to reduce the number and impact of road injuries and deaths.

MAC is also responsible for the management of Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance claims for crashes that occured up to and including to 30 June 2016.

MAC

Partners

MAC

Partners

MAC partners with various organisations in its two key roles:

  • Manager of the CTP insurance scheme in South Australia
  • A passionate promoter of road safety.

MAC works closely with Allianz Australia, the organisation responsible for managing and processing CTP claims in South Australia.

Road Safety is a combined effort of different South Australian organisations. MAC's key partners in road safety include:

SA Police

Department for Planning, Transport and Infrastructure

Centre for Automotive and Safety Research

RAA

MAC also partners with a number of organisations that operate various road safety programs. For further information visit MAC's Partnership page.

MAC

Annual Reports

MAC

Governance

MAC

Governance

The Motor Accident Commission Act 1992, which MAC is governed by, establishes the Board of Directors as the governing body of MAC. The Board is also subject to direction by the Minister (the Treasurer).

The Motor Accident Commission Act 1992 establishes the Board of Directors as the governing body of MAC. The Board is also subject to direction by the Minister. The Act specifies the preparation of a Charter by the Treasurer in consultation with the Board. It details the nature and scope of MAC’s activities.

The Charter  provides for the conduct of MAC’s residual CTP insurance business and fund management, the outsourcing of claims management, the provision of support for anti-fraud campaigns and clarifies MAC’s statutory responsibility to support road safety initiatives.

Under the Charter, MAC is required to contract out the management of claims to a manager (or managers) approved by the Minister. SGIC General Insurance Limited (SGIC) provided this service from 1995 to 30 June 2003, after which Allianz Australia Insurance Ltd became responsible.   

MAC’s Board consists of:

William M Griggs AM, ASM

MB, BS, MBA, PGDipAvMed

Chair

Dr Griggs has extensive medical, retrieval and research experience with a particular focus on road safety. He has been a member of the Royal Australian Air Force Specialist Reserve since 1988; has received many Australian military awards, medals and commendations and has participated in numerous major retrieval events, both nationally and internationally. He has served for over 20 years on a number of medical boards and committees for the benefit of the community.

Director since 9 September 2010

Chair since 1 July 2015

Ruth A Korotcoff

BMgt, LLB (Hons)

Independent Non-executive Director

Ms Korotcoff has extensive experience in the insurance industry with specialist knowledge in personal injury.

She is currently a co-Director of her own consultancy, which provides specialised programs in OHS and injury management to SA and national employers.

Director since 9 July 2009

Special responsibilities:

  • Member of Risk Finance and Audit Committee

Hon. Kevin Foley

Independent Non-Executive Director 

The Hon. Kevin Foley was a Member of State Parliament from 1993 to December 2011.  From 2002 to 2011 he was Deputy Premier and Treasurer of South Australia and also served in a range of other Cabinet positions.  As Treasurer he was responsible for rebuilding the State’s finances culminating in the attainment of an AAA credit rating.  He also played a leading role in securing a series of significant contracts for the benefit of the State.   

In February 2012 he established his own corporate advisory firm Foley Advisory and has a strategic alignment with the lobbyists Bespoke Approach.

Director since 7 August 2014

Adrian G Tisato

BA, LLB, GDLP, MAICD

Independent Non-Executive Director

Mr Tisato is an experienced commercial lawyer and company director.

Throughout his career, Mr Tisato has been a director or board member in several private companies, statutory authorities and non-profit associations. His current Board roles include the South Australian Film Corporation and Independent Gambling Authority.

Director since June 2013

Special responsibilities:

  • Member of Risk Finance and Audit Committee

 

Julie Brennan

FCA

Independent Non-Executive Director

A Chartered Accountant, Ms Brennan has extensive experience working within accounting firms Ernst and Young, Deloitte and progressing to Partner level at Ferrier Hodgson, before transitioning to senior finance and management roles within the not for profit, banking and professional service sectors. Ms Brennan has also previously served on the boards of FundsSA, State Theatre Company of South Australia and the Australian Children’s Performing Arts Company.

Director since 1 July 2016

Special responsibilities:

  • Chair of Risk Finance and Audit Committee

Greg McCarthy

Independent Non-Executive Director

Mr McCarthy has been the Chief Executive Officer, Return to Work SA since 2012.

Originally from NSW Greg has served on numerous boards and advisory councils spanning the insurance and workers compensation sectors.

During his career Mr McCarthy chaired the NSW WorkCover Authority, the NSW OH&S and Workers Compensation Advisory Council, the Chairman of the NSW Home Warranty Insurance Scheme Board and the NSW Home Building Advisory Council.

Director since 1 July 2016

Sylvia Rapo

Independent Non-Executive Director

Ms Rapo is the Government Relations and Communications Manager at Beach Energy.

With a strong background in media and a career as an adviser and executive manager working at senior levels of government, Ms Rapo is highly experienced in strategic communications with proven leadership skills.

Director since 1 July 2016

Aaron Chia

Chief Executive Officer

Mr Chia was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Motor Accident Commission (MAC) in July 2014. 

Mr Chia also serves on a number of Boards and Committees, with roles including Chair of the Community Business Bureau Incorporated, Deputy Member of the Super SA Board, Member of the SAFECOM Audit and Risk Management Committee and Member of the Uniting Care Wesley Bowden Board.