Jeremi Moule has today been appointed as the Secretary of the Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC), heading up our efforts as we respond to – and recover from – this pandemic.
Jeremi brings to the role his extensive experience in leadership and driving reform, having served as the Department’s Deputy Secretary of Governance Policy and Coordination since August 2018.
In this role, he has been responsible for leading Victoria’s public sector governance, performance and reform, as well as overseeing DPC’s functions in intergovernmental relations, emergency management, strategic communications, engagement and a number of other important priorities.
Prior to this position, he worked as Executive Director of the Strategic Communication, Engagement and Protocol Branch, beginning in 2015.
He also served our state as Victoria’s representative on the Australian New Zealand Counter Terrorism Committee.
Jeremi’s work within the Victorian Public Service stretches over a 19-year period – beginning with a junior role within the former Department of Natural Resources and Environment, working to connect regional communities with the work of government.
He has also held the role of Executive Director within the Department of Premier and Cabinet in South Australia.
Jeremi continues to live in regional Victoria and offers a breadth of experience, having previously held roles as the CEO of Continuing Education Bendigo, a commissioner at a national sporting body and as a regional journalist.
As stated by the Premier Daniel Andrews
“I am delighted Jeremi has accepted the role of Secretary of the Department of Premier and Cabinet. He has a proven track record of driving reform and innovation across government and is exceptionally well respected across the public sector.”
“Jeremi’s breadth of experience both in and outside of government see him uniquely placed to lead the public service through the next phase of recovery from the pandemic.”