495037/FLSD - Assistant Director - Executive Level 1
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Work type: Full-time and Part-time, Full-time
Location: Barton, ACT
Categories: Executive Level 1
Work with us to build a better Australian criminal justice system, where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are at the centre of policy development and law reform.
The Attorney-General’s Department is looking for an Assistant Director (EL1) to support the Justice Policy Partnership, established under the National Agreement on Closing the Gap. This is an exciting opportunity to work for the Commonwealth government in a new way, where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are empowered to share decision-making authority with governments to accelerate criminal justice policy reform.
The Justice Policy Partnership brings together representatives from the Coalition of Peaks, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander experts, the Commonwealth and State and Territory governments. It is the first of five policy partnerships established under the National Agreement, and takes a joined-up approach to promoting equal justice outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people across Australian criminal justice systems.
You will take a leadership role in a small team dedicated to supporting the Justice Policy Partnership. You will work closely with the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services to support the two Partnership co-chairs. The role may involve a combination of secretariat support to the Partnership and Commonwealth policy work toward the justice outcomes and targets under the National Agreement.
The role is available on a full-time or part-time basis for up to 18 months. Employment conditions are set out in the Attorney-General’s Department Enterprise Agreement.
Who are we looking for?
The Attorney-General’s Department is committed to increasing the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people employed in the Department. We encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply for this position.
We are looking for applicants with a diverse range of experience who can contribute to the development of Australian criminal justice policy in a way that takes account of and promotes the cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Desirable skills and experience include:
Commitment to adopting a strengths-based approach to criminal justice reform
Experience engaging with diverse stakeholders in culturally safe ways
Practical experience working in a criminal justice system context
Working familiarity with reports and recommendations to reduce the disproportionate incarceration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
provide further information about the duties and responsibilities related to this Executive Level 1 role. AGD Performance Expectations
The range and nature of work within the Attorney-General’s Department requires a workforce that reflects our diverse society and the department provides a number of support mechanisms for employees.
As an AGD employee, you will:
be part of an inclusive and diverse work environment
receive a generous starting salary and work conditions
benefit from supportive learning and development
be supported by a range of active networks including the Indigenous Employee Network, the Celebrating Ability Network, the Women’s Network, the Pride Network and the Cultural and Linguistically Diverse Network.
To see further information regarding our support for our employees, please see our
Workplace Diversity Page.
Advertised: AUS Eastern Daylight Time 24 Nov 2021
Applications close: AUS Eastern Daylight Time
12 Dec 2021
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