Job description

Requirements

  • Entry level
  • No Education
  • Salary to negotiate
  • Port-au-Prince

Description

Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities andRegional Development - Temporary Employment Register 2019/20

The department supports workplace diversity and values the contribution of people from diverse backgrounds. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability, people with cultural and linguistic diversity, and LGBTIQ people. The department is committed to achieving gender equality and, in particular, supporting women’s progression into senior leadership.

We invest in, trust and care about our people. We create a fulfilling, flexible and supportive workplacethat helps our people achieve their goals.

A little bit about us

The Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities, and Regional Development is at the forefront of the Australian Government's efforts to support great cities, strong regions and connect Australians.

The department contributes to improving infrastructure across Australia by facilitating investment that supports efficiency, access and safety of Australia's land transport infrastructure. This strengthens the Australian economy by improving connectivity of communities and freight, contributing to delivering jobs, improving living standards and building opportunities across Australia.

Our programs support increasing efficiency, sustainability, competitiveness, safety and productivity in our transport system. This is achieved by supporting national transport reform, connecting Australians with domestic markets and connecting the nation to the global economy, to support growth and competitiveness.

We work to:


- Improve infrastructure across Australia through investment in and coordination of transport and other infrastructure
- Achieve an efficient, sustainable, competitive, safe and secure transport system for all transport users through regulation, financial assistant and safety investigations
- Strengthen the sustainability, capability and diversity of our cities and regional economies including through facilitating local partnerships between all levels of government and local communities; through reforms that stimulate economic growth; and providing grants and financial assistance
- Provide good governance in the Australian Territories through the maintenance and improvement of the overarching legislative framework for self-governing territories, and laws and services for non-self-governing territories Who are we looking for?

The Temporary Employment Register is open to candidates to submit an expression of interest for employment with the department. The Register enables us to access appropriately skilled and experienced individuals at short notice for non-ongoing or temporary positions.

We look for people who:


- Optimise results
- Make evidence-based decisions
- Engage effectively with stakeholders
- Are accountable
- Act with integrity
- Communicate with influence
- Develop others
- Apply business acumen
- Adapt to change
- Strive for continuous improvement Non-ongoing or temporary employment opportunities may be offered on a full-time, part-time or intermittent/irregular (casual) basis depending on business needs and requirements.

Your registration will be active until 12 months from posting date

Eligibility requirements

Employment with the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development is subject to conditions prescribed within the Public Service Act 1999 including:


- Citizenship: To be eligible for employment with the Department of Infrastructure, Transports, Cities and Regional Development, applicants must be an Australian citizen. Only in exceptional circumstances will the department consider waiving this requirement.
- Health Assessment: The preferred applicant may be required to undergo a medical examination conducted by the department’s preferred medical provider.
- Security Clearance: The successful candidate must be able to obtain and/or maintain a security clearance at a minimum of Baseline Vetting. You must be willing to disclose all relevant and required information. You must have lived in Australia, or have a checkable background, for at least the preceding five years for Baseline Vetting clearances. More information on the security clearance vetting process is available on the Australian Government Security Vetting Agency (AGSVA) website.

  • access
  • safety and security
  • transport