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Statutory Authorities Vacancy N.N. 10716688
Civil Aviation Safety Authority Australia Closing date: Sunday, 10 December 2017
Job Title: Branch Manager, People and Culture
Division: Corporate Services
Branch: People and Culture
Job Type: Ongoing, Full-time
Salary: $192,632 - $228,302
Location: Phillip - ACT
Agency Classification: Statutory Authority
Agency Employment Act: Civil Aviation Act 1988
Position No: 1057

Job Description


CASA is undertaking a significant program of change to deliver contemporary and agile services. This is an exciting time to be joining us as we transform the way we do things.

Are you an experienced and motivated HR professional who would like to join our team as the Branch Manager, People and Culture? This role provides the opportunity to apply your leadership skills and experience across HR.

The Branch Manager People and Culture, plays a pivotal role in CASA’s senior leadership team, working collaboratively to contribute towards CASA achieving results and being a world leading aviation safety regulator.

You will drive the strategic HR agenda to deliver a program of initiatives and new activities in support of CASA’s vision. Current priorities include delivery of the workforce plan, expanding our focus on diversity, and enhancing our positive staff engagement to achieve a high performing workplace culture.

You will lead a team of dedicated HR professionals to deliver quality, compliant and client focussed HR services. You will have proven experience in managing complex and diverse issues to successfully contribute to our change program and you will be known for your collaborative approach to leading an HR function.

If this sounds like you, please download and review the applicant information pack for further information.



For a confidential discussion please contact Tracey Frey on 02 6217 1111.

Applications close 11.59pm Sunday 10 December 2017.

About Civil Aviation Safety Authority Australia 

The Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) was established on 6 July 1995 as an independent statutory authority.

The primary function of CASA is to conduct the safety regulation of civil air operations in Australia and the operation of Australian aircraft overseas. It also provides comprehensive safety education and training programmes, cooperates with the Australian Transport Safety Bureau, and administers the Civil Aviation (Carriers' Liability) Act 1959.

The Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 and 1998, made under authority of the Civil Aviation Act, provide the general regulatory controls for safe aviation operations.

CASA is staffed under the Civil Aviation Act 1988 and conditions of service for the majority of staff are set by an Enterprise Agreement.

CASA is looking to employ flexible, highly qualified and experienced people who share CASA’s vision of “Safe Skies for All”, who are results driven and innovative and who are committed to CASA’s organisational values.

CASA has attractive conditions of service and salaries and supports the principles and practices of workplace diversity, work health and safety and participative work practices. Selection for all vacancies is made on merit. Potential applicants are also encouraged to speak to the designated contact officer for particular vacancies.

CASA strongly encourage applications from Indigenous Australians, people with a disability, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and mature age workers.

Information on CASA including selection documentation, the Enterprise Agreement and CASA's values can be obtained from the CASA website:

To Apply

Position Contact: Tracey Frey, 02 6217 1111
Agency Recruitment Site:
This notice is part of the electronic Public Service Gazette PS48-Fri - 24 Nov 2017 Published by Australian Public Service Commission.
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