To be eligible for this program, you will need to:
To be eligible for affirmative measures positions, applicants must also:
As a part of the application submission process you will be required to upload a document that confirms your Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander heritage.
The diversity of our staff is important to us. We encourage applications from people with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds, people with a disability, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds, and mature age candidates.
As a regulatory agency working in a complex environment, we are looking for graduates from varied backgrounds with high-level analytical and communication skills, along with people who work well in teams. Successful applicants will be practical, results-oriented people who are able to work under pressure, occasionally in difficult environments, meet tight deadlines and who are proactive in getting out and about and making contacts.
The ideal candidates will possess the following aptitudes:
We are looking for high-calibre, motivated graduates with a wide-range of qualifications and experiences, including, but not limited to:
Under the RecruitAbility scheme, candidates who choose to opt into the scheme and declare that they have a disability and meet the minimum requirements of the position will automatically be invited to participate in further assessment activities for the vacancy. Further information about the RecruitAbility scheme is available on the Clean Energy Work for us page under
RecruitAbility or the
Australian Public Service Commission.
To contact us for more information, please email the HR Helpdesk at
HR@cleanenergyregulator.gov.au or call (02) 6159 3223.
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