APS 4, 5, 6 & EL1 – POLICY OFFICERS, SENIOR POLICY OFFICERS, ASSISTANT dIRECTORS – whs fRAMEWORK

Working in a small agency is a great career step. You will be heavily involved in projects of national significance that will help you develop your policy, communication and project management skills. Feel part of the team as you regularly interact with all areas of the Agency.

As a policy officer/senior policy officer (APS4/5/6), your duties will include:

  • assisting the team to drive legislative reform of the model WHS Act, and policy reforms to workers’ compensation arrangements, including undertaking research and analysis to inform the development of new policy
  • drafting guidance material, briefs, reports and processes for areas relating to the WHS, psychosocial or workers’ compensation policy frameworks
  • having ownership of policy projects including project management and stakeholder consultation activities
  • contributing your ideas on potential new initiatives and policy approaches to drive continual improvement
  • working collaboratively with external stakeholders to progress the creation of policies.

 

  As an assistant director (EL1), your duties will include:

  • contributing to the strategic direction and future work program of your section and the broader Agency
  • leading legislative reform of the model WHS Act, and policy reforms to workers’ compensation arrangements, including undertaking research and analysis to inform the development of new policy
  • leading development of guidance material, briefs, reports and processes for areas relating to the WHS, psychosocial or workers’ compensation policy frameworks
  • leading policy projects including project management and stakeholder consultation activities
  • leading innovation on potential new initiatives and policy approaches to drive continual improvement
  • working collaboratively with external stakeholders to progress the creation of policies.

 

Salary – $74,195 – $125,819 (plus 15.4% superannuation)

Contact Officer – Sinead McHugh (02) 6121 5384 or sinead.mchugh@swa.gov.au

 Closing Date –  11.30pm (AEST) 27 November 2022 Extensions may be granted in exceptional circumstances only

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