||Various Opportunities - Australian Emergency Management Institute (AEMI)
||National Security Capability Development Division
||Australian Emergency Management Institute (AEMI)
||Ongoing, Non-ongoing (Temporary), Full-time, Part-time
||$54,461 - $113,508
||APS Level 3, APS Level 5, APS Level 6, Executive Level 1
|Agency Employment Act:
||PS Act 1999
||3118/NSCDD | Several Positions
The Australian Emergency Management Institute (AEMI), located at Mount Macedon in Victoria, is a Centre of Excellence for knowledge and skills development in the National Emergency Management sector. AEMI is an integral part of the Attorney-General’s Department and is responsible for providing a range of education, training, professional development, information, research and community awareness services to the nation and our region.
AEMI has a significant role in building the capacity and professionalism of the emergency management sector in Australia.
A number of vacancies currently exist in areas including administration, marketing, education and training.
Joining the AEMI team, you will bring with you relevant qualifications, demonstrated team work skills as well as the ability to work independently. Your ability to remain calm under pressure and maintaining enthusiasm for your work will make you the perfect candidate for these positions.
For full details of these vacancies or to view other career opportunities visit our website at www.ag.gov.au/employment
Interviews will be held from 10-11 September 2012 at AEMI, Mount Macedon.
These positions will initially be filled on a non-ongoing basis and a merit list will be created from this process to fill similar positions at these classifications. This merit list may be used to fill ongoing positions as they arise.
Non-ongoing opportunity will be offered for a specified term
Non-ongoing opportunities will be offered for an initial period of 12 or 18 months with the possibility of extension for a period of up to three years.
About Attorney-General's Department
The Attorney-General’s Department serves the people of Australia by working to achieve a just and secure society. The Department provides expert advice and support to the Australian Government to maintain and improve Australia's system of law and justice and its national security and emergency management systems as well as providing support for cultural affairs, including movable cultural heritage and support for the arts. The Department’s work covers a broad array of policy and program initiatives, including protecting human rights, combating organised crime, enhancing our counter-terrorism arrangements, improving access to justice, emergency management and support for cultural heritage.
The Department is the central policy and coordinating element of the Attorney-General's portfolio, for which the Attorney-General and Minister for the Arts; and the Minister for Justice are responsible. We encourage and value a diverse workforce and offer a wide range of challenging and exciting career opportunities.
To find out more, visit our website at www.ag.gov.au or email Servicecentre.HR@ag.gov.au
||Jessica Ennis, 03 5421 5264
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