||Non-Ongoing (Temporary) Employment Register
||Non-ongoing (Temporary), Full-time, Part-time, Casual
||$53,229 - $129,826
||Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne
||APS Level 3, APS Level 4, APS Level 5, APS Level 6, Executive Level 1, Executive Level 2
|Agency Employment Act:
||PS Act 1999
The Australian Communications and Media Authority is seeking people from a range of disciplines who are interested in non-ongoing (temporary) employment opportunities that may arise in our Canberra, Melbourne or Sydney Offices. Positions may become available across areas including; Human Resources Management, Media and Publications (including web management), Engineering and Technical, Records and Information Management, General Administration, Finance, Executive Assistant , Information Technology, Policy Development and Implementation, Legal Services, Facilities Management or Procurement and Contract Management.
The Temporary Employment Register is primarily used to fill short term non-ongoing (temporary) positions at short notice. However, opportunities for longer term employment (up to 12 months) may arise from time to time. Positions may be full time, part time or casual depending on business needs. You will be required to undertake a range of operational and administrative tasks with the extent of the duties being determined by the level at which the vacancy is offered. Vacancies will be filled as the need arises and you may be contacted to assess your suitability and availability should a vacancy arise at anytime.
To be eligible for non-ongoing employment at the ACMA, applicants should:
• Hold Australian Citizenship or have the legal right to work in Australia
• Be willing to undergo an AFP Character Clearance; and
• Be willing and eligible to obtain a security clearance to the appropriate level if applicable to the position.
Non-ongoing opportunity will be offered for a specified term
Applications must be submitted using our online application process.
Applications will remain valid for up to 6 months from commencement of the register.
Period of opportunities will vary.
About Australian Communications and Media Authority
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is responsible for the regulation of broadcasting, the internet, radiocommunications and telecommunications. Its role includes promoting self-regulation and competition in the communications industry, while protecting consumers and other users; fostering an environment in which electronic media respect community standards and respond to audience and user needs; managing access to the radiofrequency spectrum; and representing Australia’s communications interests internationally. ACMA has central offices in Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney, with regional offices and operations centres throughout Australia. Visit ACMA’s website at www.acma.gov.au for further information regarding this role and ACMA. Your interest in ACMA as a potential employer is appreciated.
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