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Be part of a highly engaged and enthusiastic team with a vibrant collaborative culture. Endless career development opportunities working with top tier clients. Whether you are an intern, a new graduate or a mid-career professional, Axiom offers you exciting opportunities to pursue your career goals.

Employee benefits

  • Continuous promotion opportunities and career mentoring

  • Work-life balance with flexible work from home options

  • Range of leading health, wellness and lifestyle benefits

  • Paid parental leave including support for return to work

Axiom has a strong focus on the ongoing professional development of its employees as well as the development of the professional services industry in Canberra. Axiom’s strategy and resolve to sowing back into our local community will not change: we will continue to recruit the very best local talent. Axiom support the local retention of knowledge and provide our local clients with more experienced professionals.


Career opportunities at all levels

Axiom Associates is a Canberra based firm that has provided specialist risk and assurance services to the private and public sector since 2006. Axiom offer outstanding opportunities to contribute to the delivery of services for high profile Government clients involved in strategically significant national transformation programs and initiatives. Working with energetic people in a supportive environment that promotes the importance of a team built on core values and flexible, innovative work practices. Axiom has experienced significant growth in recent years and is seeking consultants to join our team.

As a consultant, you will review business processes seeking to improve compliance, risk and performance outcomes. The role is tasked with the following:

  • Working collaboratively in the end-to-end delivery of engagements, covering areas such as organisational governance, financial assurance, legislative compliance, process redesign, cyber, performance and risk management

  • Assisting clients in developing strategies to address internal control weaknesses and mitigate business risk exposures

  • Contributing to the delivery of high-quality work papers to inform the development of consultant opinions and recommendations

  • Preparing and presenting concise high quality written reports

  • Engaging with clients to build strong, professional relationships

  • Adhering to professional standards

  • Using industry leading technology including data analytics software

Ideally you have:

  • Previous experience in undertaking consultancy services or internal audits. Alternatively, previous experience in external audit, compliance and risk management, governance or project management

  • Exceptional attention to detail, with strong analytical and problem-solving skills

  • Professional accreditation's and qualifications

  • Preferably a minimum of 3+ years of experience

Note: Due to the requirements for working with federal government clients, Australian citizenship is mandatory.  Candidates will have the ability to obtain and maintain a Baseline security clearance at the minimum.

If this sounds like your ideal role, please send your Cover Letter and CV to

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