Terms and conditions of employment
We operate under the Enterprise Agreements established by the former Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency and the former Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator. Until a Clean Energy Regulator Enterprise Agreement is negotiated in accordance with the Fair Work Act 2009, terms and conditions of employment have been determined through a Public Service Act 1999 determination. The new Enterprise Agreement for the Clean Energy Regulator will be available on this website after it has been negotiated and then endorsed by Fair Work Australia.
We can provide information on the base conditions on request. Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are currently no advertised vacancies.
You have until midnight (Canberra time) on the specified closing date to submit your application, unless an alternative date and/or time is agreed by the Clean Energy Regulator.
We respect and value the diversity of our workforce and actively support the careers and cultural needs of all employees, particularly Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees and employees with a disability.
The following documents provide useful information to consider when applying for a position with the Clean Energy Regulator.
Graduate development program
We run a Graduate Development Program which starts in February every year and attracts graduates from range of relevant disciplines. It supports graduates' professional development and their transition to becoming employees of the Clean Energy Regulator and the Australian Public Service. The program is one of our main recruitment and workforce planning strategies and continuously maintains and enhances workforce capability.
The Graduate Development Program is advertised on this page and in APS Jobs each year.
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