||Temporary Employment Register
||Non-ongoing (Temporary), Full-time, Part-time, Casual
||$42,682 - $128,041
||APS Level 1, APS Level 2, APS Level 3, APS Level 4, APS Level 5, APS Level 6, Executive Level 1, Executive Level 2
|Agency Employment Act:
||PS Act 1999
||EX_010_08/12 | Several Positions
The Department of Regional Australia, Local Government, Arts and Sport is seeking people from a range of disciplines who are interested in filling non-ongoing employment opportunities that may arise. The Department will maintain a Temporary Employment Register which will be used to allow Managers to search for suitable candidates when a vacancy arises. The Temporary Employment Register is primarily used to fill short term temporary positions, and sometimes these positions may be required to be filled at short notice. The positions may be full time, part time or casual depending on business needs.
The Department is interested in hearing from people with skills in the following areas:
- Accounting, Finance, Economics/Statistics;
- Administration, Information Management, Security, Evaluation/Audit;
- Project Management and Programme Management;
- Procurement/Contract Management;
- Human Resources, Legal Services, Parliamentary Services;
- Policy Officers;
- Information Communication Technology (ICT);
- Communications; and
- Arts/Culture, Sport/Recreation/Tourism.
Positions may be filled at the APS 1-6 level or Executive 1 and 2 levels as the need arises and you may be contacted to assess your suitability and availability should a vacancy arise at anytime.
The Temporary Employment Register will be re-advertised every 6 months. At the end of each 6 month period you will need to re-apply to the new register if you are still interested in non-ongoing employment with the Department of Regional Australia, Local Government, Arts and Sport.
Candidates may be contacted to assess suitability and availability as employment opportunities arise.
Applicants for positions in the Department of Regional Australia, Local Government, Arts and Sport must be Australian citizens and be prepared to undertake a security clearance.
Non-ongoing opportunity will be offered for a specified term
Between 1 - 12 months
About Department of Regional Australia, Local Government, Arts and Sport
The Department of Regional Australia, Local Government, Arts and Sport supports a strong, creative and liveable Australia by focussing on regional development and empowering communities to achieve economic and social dividends. At the core of the Department’s work is an understanding of the significance of the regions to Australia’s economy, environment, wellbeing and identity.
We achieve this through partnerships and policy design which gives regions a voice and contributes to effective service and program delivery. Through this we foster a sense of renewal as the demographics of regions change and we encourage regions to embrace the opportunities that advances in technology bring to communication, commerce, education and health. We also assist regions to diversify their economic base in their own way by driving local leadership, improving governance and building partnerships.
We recognise the central role that the creative industries and engagement with sport play in our national identity and in building strong liveable communities. This is assisted by developing and administering policies and programs that endorse the arts, including those that celebrate and build pride in our Indigenous culture, and by promoting sport at the grassroots, national and elite levels.
Combined, these activities form the backbone of the Government’s commitment to people living in our regions and promote the unique Australian character forged by sport, culture and the arts and the diversity of the regions from the cities to the outback.
||Recruitment Team, 02 6210 6114
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