Assistant Policy Officer Jobs Vacancy in Better Regulation Division Hunter Valley
Better Regulation Division Hunter Valley urgently required following position for Assistant Policy Officer. Please read this job advertisement carefully before apply. There are some qualifications, experience and skills requirement that the employers require. Does your career history fit these requirements? Ensure you understand the role you are applying for and that it is suited to your skills and qualifications.
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Assistant Policy Officer Jobs Vacancy in Better Regulation Division Hunter Valley Jobs Details:
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Assistant Policy Officer
Regulatory Policy, Better Regulation Division
- Work on law reform and policy projects across a broad range of subject matter areas
- Join a team of talented policy professionals in a fast paced and exciting environment
- Contribute to making NSW safe, fair and competitive through well-designed regulation
If this sounds appealing to you, we welcome your application!
Details are as follows:
- Sydney CBD and Gosford locations
- Can be full-time, part-time or job-share arrangements
- Salary Range $83,403 - $92,025 (Grade 5/6)
- Multiple ongoing permanent and temporary roles at various clerk grade levels and the creation of talent pools for future vacancies
We are a strategic policy hub responsible for delivering law reform and strategic policy across the broad range of legislative areas covered by SafeWork NSW and NSW Fair Trading.
Our Branch has delivered a large number of diverse projects, and is centred on addressing key policy challenges, such as:
- How can we improve protection for victims of domestic violence who need to break their lease to escape violence?
- How do we let people rent out their home to travellers while reducing negative impacts on neighbours?
- How can we stop people who buy concert and sporting tickets from third party sellers from being ripped off?
- Are our Work, Health & Safety laws strong enough to reduce workplace fatalities by 20% and serious injuries by 30% by 2022
- Can we improve the quality of building and construction through more professional and accountable certifiers?
- How do we make it easier to start a small business and stay in business in NSW?
To be considered for this role, you will have:
- sound research, critical thinking and analytical skills
- strong written and oral communication and stakeholder engagement skills
- the ability to work in a high-volume environment
- ability and/or experience in writing briefing notes, discussion papers and having input into the development of submissions to the Minister and Cabinet
- a good understanding of government policy and processes along with relevant tertiary qualifications or demonstrated equivalent
Learn more by reviewing the Role Description. If you have any further questions, please contact Matt Press on (02) 8276-8365 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 14th October 2018 (11:59pm)
Where to submit your application:
Complete your online application via www.iworkfor.nsw.gov.au. If you encounter any technical problems, please contact the helpdesk on 1800 562 679.
What we need from you:
- Your application should include a covering letter (maximum two pages) indicating the role you are applying for and what you would bring to this role, including demonstrated examples of how you meet the criteria listed above.
- You should also include an up to date resume (of no more than five pages), which clearly details your skills and experience as relevant to the role(s) and how you meet the role capabilities.
- There are no selection criteria to be addressed.
- For further help, tips and information on applying for a role in the NSW Public Service, please visit Applying for a role in the NSW Public Service.
The Department of Finance, Services and Innovation is an EEO employer and welcomes applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from diverse culture, age groups, and people with a disability. At DFSI, we endeavor to make roles flexible. While these roles are advertised as full time, we will consider requests to undertake flexible work arrangements including on a part-time or job share basis.
A talent pool may be created from this recruitment action for future temporary or ongoing vacancies in roles with similar capability requirements.
Please refer to the Role Description located in the Information Pack (see link above)