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Statutory Authorities Vacancy N.N. 10742442
Australian Security Intelligence Organisation Closing date: Monday, 1 April 2019
Job Title: Intelligence Professional - Intelligence Officer – January 2020 Intake
Job Type: Ongoing, Full-time
Salary: $82,281 - $88,333
Location: Parkes - ACT
Agency Classification: ASIO Intelligence Employee (IET)
Agency Employment Act: ASIO Act 1979

Job Description

Duties


As the nation’s security service, ASIO protects Australia from violent, clandestine and deceptive efforts to harm its people and undermine its sovereignty. Success in this environment demands talented people that are highly capable, dedicated, adaptable and resilient.

The Opportunity

Intelligence Officers have the opportunity to develop a diverse career in both operational and analytical areas across ASIO. Whilst working in operational areas, Intelligence Officers often meet with members of different communities to mitigate security threats, while also building ongoing confidential relationships with people to assist us in achieving our security intelligence mission. Intelligence Officers also undertake postings in analytical roles.

You will need to be able to develop collaborative partnerships, have a well-developed analytical ability to assess information to produce security intelligence, provide regular written and verbal briefings and advice to a range of stakeholders across Government.

Following successful completion of our 12 month training held in Canberra, Intelligence Officers participate in three to five year role postings where they may move between analytical and operational roles as well as between various ASIO offices around Australia, as determined by organisational requirements.

 

Eligibility


To be eligible for the Intelligence Officer role, you must:

- be an Australian citizen;
- have completed a three year undergraduate bachelor's degree (before January 2020)
- be willing to relocate to Canberra for the training period (removalist costs are covered);
- be assessed as suitable to hold and maintain a Positive Vetting security clearance;
- be willing to be mobile throughout your career as an Intelligence Officer. This means potentially relocating to an Australian capital city every three to five years, noting the location will be determined by ASIO, based on organisational needs; and
- hold and maintain a current drivers licence (must be 'C' class, with a Provisional licence as a minimum).

 

Notes


ASIO is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment, where all staff are valued and respected, in order to build a highly capable, innovative and adaptive workforce to achieve our purpose. We welcome and value applications from all eligible candidates irrespective of gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religious affiliation, age or disability. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

Please advise us if you require any additional assistance in order to fully participate in the recruitment process or the workplace.

ASIO holds all applications in the strictest of confidence and we ask that you please employ the same level of confidentiality, for the safety and security of all current and future ASIO employees.

This vacancy has been nominated for filling within the agency's graduate program. A graduate program is a structured, on the job program, designed to introduce graduates to an APS organisation. Successful applicants receive training and development, mentoring and on the job support.

About Australian Security Intelligence Organisation 

The Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) provides advice to protect Australia and its people from threats to national security.

To Apply

Position Contact: Recruitment, 02 6257 4916
Agency Recruitment Site: http://www.asio.gov.au
AGENCY INFORMATION
 
This notice is part of the electronic Public Service Gazette PS04-Mon - 21 Jan 2019 Published by Australian Public Service Commission.
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