The Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency offers unique opportunities for motivated individuals to apply their skills and join us to focus on asbestos issues, that are not limited to workplace safety, but include environmental and public health concerns.
We value our highly motivated, diverse and skilled workforce and pride ourselves on our professionalism and commitment to asbestos safety.
We offer a broad range of challenging, rewarding and flexible employment opportunities. Our people are able to balance their work and personal responsibilities.
The agency is committed to workplace diversity, staff well being and creating a work environment where different perspectives, capabilities, backgrounds and experiences are valued.
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Applying for positions within agency
If you are selected to fill the role, your employment will be conditional upon meeting a number of pre-employment checks, including Australian citizenship, health and security clearance/background checks.
The agency is part of the Australian Public Service. Successful applicants will be employed under the Public Service Act 1999 and are subject to the terms and conditions as specified under the Agency Determination 2017/01 (Determination) signed 20 November 2017 for the agency.
Vacancies are open to Australian citizens only. Applications from people who have permanent resident status may be accepted dependent on the delegate’s decision.
The agency advertises each vacancy in the Australian Public Service Gazette.
How to apply
All applications must be submitted via the agency’s Online Recruitment System. Information on how to apply can be found in the Candidate User guide.
The application process requires you to complete an applicant information form online and submit a resume for the role you are interested in. You are also required to provide a statement of claims against the selection criteria and/or the responsibilities of the role.
On the current vacancies page you will find details of each vacancy, including a link to the job description which provides important information such as selection criteria and Contact Officer details.
Progress of applications and feedback
You will be advised on the progress and outcome of your application either at the shortlisting stage and/or at the end of the selection process.
Feedback to candidates is available on request after the selection process has been finalised and is completed.
Applications are only accepted for advertised roles. The agency is unable to accept unsolicited resumes.
For further assistance, including using the application system, please contact Recruitment on (02) 6240 8036 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.