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Director: Risk and Performance | FlexibleFlexible

LocationBrisbane, QLD
Work TypeFull time
Positions4 Positions
Published At:a month ago
  • Property Valuer
  • Certified Practicing Valuer
  • Certified Property Valuer
  • Commercial Valuer
  • Valuer
Job no: KJ7XH

Acumentis is seeking an experienced, collaborative and detailed Director to join the Risk and Performance Team. As a leading national valuation firm operating in the commercial, residential, government, and rural valuation sectors, we want to set you up for success in your new role!

About Us

Acumentis prides itself and hold ourselves to the standard of our guiding principles and we ask our new team members to do the same. We lead ourselves and Never Quit. We hold ourselves accountable and Walk the Talk. We support the internal team, liaise directly with external stakeholders and Support Our People and Clients. We act in a fair and reasonable way and Embrace Equality of Opportunity. We take pride in developing our people into highly skilled and well-regarded professionals by providing mentoring and development pathways across all property types and sectors.

About the Role

As our Director of Risk and Performance, you will play a crucial role in ensuring our adherence to valuation standards, providing high-quality advice, and contributing to the continuous improvement of our processes.

Key responsibilities of this role include:

  • Serve as an expert in valuation compliance and standards, staying up-to-date with industry regulations and best practices.
  • Provide high-quality advice and guidance to internal stakeholders on valuation compliance matters, ensuring that all valuation processes meet the required standards.
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams to plan, develop, and implement new processes aimed at enhancing valuation risk management and consistency.
  • Conduct formal audits to assess the effectiveness of existing processes, identifying areas for improvement, and implementing corrective actions when necessary.
  • Prepare comprehensive reports and perform statistical analysis to evaluate the performance of valuers, assess risk profiles, and make data-driven recommendations.
  • Work closely with valuers to provide guidance and support in maintaining compliance with valuation standards.
  • Staying well-informed of industry trends and changes in valuation regulations to ensure proactive compliance and risk mitigation.
  • Creation and delivery of in house training and induction. 

Key requirements/qualifications:

  • Relevant tertiary & API accredited qualification
  • Valid Valuers Registration (required in QLD and WA)
  • Current Australian Property Institute (API) membership & CPV Qualification
  • 10+ years of practical valuation experience
  • Strong knowledge of valuation standards and regulations (e.g., International Valuation Standards, Australian Property Institute Standards, etc.).
  • Demonstrated understanding of property finance fundamentals and the role of asset valuations.
  • Demonstrated strong problem solving skills, and an ability to find new approaches and solutions.
  • Demonstrated experience in developing and implementing new processes to enhance compliance and risk management.
  • Excellent analytical skills, with the ability to perform statistical analysis and interpret complex data.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to collaborate effectively with diverse stakeholders.

You will be rewarded with:

  • The opportunity to work with one of Australia’s leading valuation firms listed on the ASX.
  • Paid leave for your birthday, study leave and volunteering opportunities
  • Access to a year round Wellness Calendar, employee discounts, bank partnerships and more!
  • Huge potential for individual growth within the organisation as we continue to grow.
  • Customised and integrated IT systems which aid ease of use and efficiency.
  • A business with a strong national presence, where relocation can be supported
  • A supportive and fun team to work alongside.


We want to support you with your integration into Acumentis, so the right training and resources will be provided to the right candidate to get you into the swing of things in no time.

It is a condition of employment that staff are to have a Police Clearance (paid for by the business).

How to Apply

If working with Acumentis in this period of growth sounds like something you are looking for, please apply online via the link provided. If you have any questions regarding the role, please contact the People Team (people@acumentis.com.au). We are unable to consider emailed applications.

Looking for Something More?

If the above position isn’t quite what you are looking for, please visit our website for all our opportunities (https://www.acumentis.com.au/about-us/careers). Most of our roles have flexibility with hours and locations. If you are looking for a senior position, please apply online or email us for a confidential discussion.

Acumentis is a 2024 Circle Back Initiative Employer - we make a commitment to our candidates to respond to every applicant.

Acumentis embraces and values the diversity of culture, working arrangements, sexual orientation and gender identity to ensure our workforce is representative of the community that we work within. We promote a workplace that actively seeks to include and welcome the unique contributions of all people. We embrace and celebrate the value of Indigenous people, their skills and their contribution to our organisation.

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