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      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • contract
      • full-time
      One of our Federal Government clients is looking to engage with prospective candidates for Practice Management at APS 4, 5 and 6 level. Key Responsibilities:Managing all internal and external legal reporting requirements for the divisionMaintaining legal databases, extracting data and providing reports in a range of formats.Maintaining the intranet page and website, ensuring content and communications are current.Coordinating and drafting reports, briefs and other correspondence on legal matters for theExecutive Leadership Team (ELT), the Board and/or Minister.Coordinating recruitment and onboarding processes for the division including ordering assets andorganising access to facilities. Desired Knowledge and ExperienceSound judgement and problem solving skillsPrevious experience in Public/ Government sector highly desirableIntermediate understanding of the MS Office Suite.You should be an Australian citizen or Permanent Resident If you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word doc format. For any questions please contact nimisha.taneja@randstad.com.auPlease note only successful candidates will be contactedNimisha TanejaConsultantPublic Sector Randstad AustraliaLevel 5, 15 London CircuitCanberra ACT 2600At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      One of our Federal Government clients is looking to engage with prospective candidates for Practice Management at APS 4, 5 and 6 level. Key Responsibilities:Managing all internal and external legal reporting requirements for the divisionMaintaining legal databases, extracting data and providing reports in a range of formats.Maintaining the intranet page and website, ensuring content and communications are current.Coordinating and drafting reports, briefs and other correspondence on legal matters for theExecutive Leadership Team (ELT), the Board and/or Minister.Coordinating recruitment and onboarding processes for the division including ordering assets andorganising access to facilities. Desired Knowledge and ExperienceSound judgement and problem solving skillsPrevious experience in Public/ Government sector highly desirableIntermediate understanding of the MS Office Suite.You should be an Australian citizen or Permanent Resident If you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word doc format. For any questions please contact nimisha.taneja@randstad.com.auPlease note only successful candidates will be contactedNimisha TanejaConsultantPublic Sector Randstad AustraliaLevel 5, 15 London CircuitCanberra ACT 2600At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • temporary
      • full-time
      One of our Federal Government clients is looking to engage with prospective candidates for an APS 4 Assurance Assessors/Auditors Key Responsibilities:Provide administrative supportDemonstrates attention to detail and ‘can do’ attitudeAbility to quickly get across Deed and Guideline requirementsAccurate assessments and recording of dataAbility to work in a dynamic environment, delivering high quality work in tight timeframesUndertake tasks of moderate complexity and work effectively under general directionHas accountability for completion of allocated tasks, being able to self-start, organise and review own workDesired Knoledge and ExperienceSound judgement and problem solving skillsPrevious experience in Public/ Government sector highly desirableIntermediate understanding of the MS Office Suite.Gets along well with people, flexible/adaptable, follows established processes, works well within a diverse teamAble to follow processesDiscuss issues and find solutionsQA own work and the work of team membersExcellent written and verbal communication skillsYou should be an Australian citizen If you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word doc format, or send it to nimisha.taneja@randstad.com.au Please note only successful candidates will be contactedNimisha TanejaConsultantPublic Sector Randstad AustraliaLevel 5, 15 London CircuitCanberra ACT 2600At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      One of our Federal Government clients is looking to engage with prospective candidates for an APS 4 Assurance Assessors/Auditors Key Responsibilities:Provide administrative supportDemonstrates attention to detail and ‘can do’ attitudeAbility to quickly get across Deed and Guideline requirementsAccurate assessments and recording of dataAbility to work in a dynamic environment, delivering high quality work in tight timeframesUndertake tasks of moderate complexity and work effectively under general directionHas accountability for completion of allocated tasks, being able to self-start, organise and review own workDesired Knoledge and ExperienceSound judgement and problem solving skillsPrevious experience in Public/ Government sector highly desirableIntermediate understanding of the MS Office Suite.Gets along well with people, flexible/adaptable, follows established processes, works well within a diverse teamAble to follow processesDiscuss issues and find solutionsQA own work and the work of team membersExcellent written and verbal communication skillsYou should be an Australian citizen If you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word doc format, or send it to nimisha.taneja@randstad.com.au Please note only successful candidates will be contactedNimisha TanejaConsultantPublic Sector Randstad AustraliaLevel 5, 15 London CircuitCanberra ACT 2600At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      We are currently seeking applications from Recruitment & Human Resource Administrators.In this role you will be providing support to the HR management team and HR Advisor with administrative and project support as directed. As a key member of the HR team, the Recruitment & Human Resources Administrator will follow the organisational values, support team members and deliver exceptional customer service to internal and external stakeholders. Some of your key responsibilities, will include- but are not limited to; Reviewing job descriptions with the responsible area manager. Ensure recruitment processes receive approval from the Head of Human resources or assistant Manager – Human Resources. Ensure accurate record-keeping and filing of recruitment documentation and candidate applications. Onboarding/offboarding - prepare letters of offer for approval by HR Advisor with final approval from Head of Human Resources. Preparation of Award and Conditions of employment correspondence under the direction of the HR Advisor. Research and update terms and conditions of employment across all entities under the direction of HR Advisor. General administrative tasks, i.e. diary management, Meeting room preparation, Invoicing and Reception relief. The ideal candidate will;Have excellent communication skills - both written and oral Be a team player Demonstrated experience in a similar role. What you will get in return;Permanent opportunityOngoing support for professional development and career progressionCompetitive Salary If you think you suit the above criteria, hit APPLY now. If you wish to have a confidentialdiscussion, please contact Kandice 6132 3822. Please note only shortlisted applicantswill be contacted.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      We are currently seeking applications from Recruitment & Human Resource Administrators.In this role you will be providing support to the HR management team and HR Advisor with administrative and project support as directed. As a key member of the HR team, the Recruitment & Human Resources Administrator will follow the organisational values, support team members and deliver exceptional customer service to internal and external stakeholders. Some of your key responsibilities, will include- but are not limited to; Reviewing job descriptions with the responsible area manager. Ensure recruitment processes receive approval from the Head of Human resources or assistant Manager – Human Resources. Ensure accurate record-keeping and filing of recruitment documentation and candidate applications. Onboarding/offboarding - prepare letters of offer for approval by HR Advisor with final approval from Head of Human Resources. Preparation of Award and Conditions of employment correspondence under the direction of the HR Advisor. Research and update terms and conditions of employment across all entities under the direction of HR Advisor. General administrative tasks, i.e. diary management, Meeting room preparation, Invoicing and Reception relief. The ideal candidate will;Have excellent communication skills - both written and oral Be a team player Demonstrated experience in a similar role. What you will get in return;Permanent opportunityOngoing support for professional development and career progressionCompetitive Salary If you think you suit the above criteria, hit APPLY now. If you wish to have a confidentialdiscussion, please contact Kandice 6132 3822. Please note only shortlisted applicantswill be contacted.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • contract
      • full-time
      One of our Federal Government clients is looking to engage with prospective candidates who are skilled and experienced from the APS4-EL1 levels across the Project Officers/ Managers, Program Officers/ Managers and Policy areas, who are looking for a new and exciting contract opportunity. With multiple positions available within a large scale reform area, our client is seeking candidates with fantastic communication, strategy and organisational skills to play their part in contributing to the reform program, ensuring deliverables are met on time. Key Responsiblities Policy PositionsDrafting of policy advice and guidance materials Implementating required processes to ensure the delivery of policy adviceEngaging effectively with stakeholders throughout all stages of the policy development process contributing to and developing Ministerial briefings and submissions on policy matters Project Officer/ Manager PositionsDeveloping and maintaining project documentation including plans and reports Developing and implementing project objectives for short term and strategic project plansDrafting written material and briefings for the executiveProviding administrative support to assist in meeting the project’s deliverables Developing project documentation, reporting and risk assessment Program Officer/ Manager Positions Procurement, program, and contract drafting and managementManaging risk and assurance requirements Provide briefings and reportsadministrative and secretariat work including coordinating meetings Stakeholder engagement and coordination alongside elements of research Engage with internal stakeholders on progress of programs Desired Knowledge and ExperienceHigh levels of interpersonal and communication skills Strategic thinking and conceptual skills Planning and organisational skills Agility and resilience to deliver results in a fast-paced environment.Sound judgement and problem solving skillsAbility to develop and maintain stakeholder relationshipsYou will be an Australian citizen and ideally hold a security clearance.If you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word doc format, or send it to will.jones@randstad.com.au.Please note only successful candidates will be contactedAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      One of our Federal Government clients is looking to engage with prospective candidates who are skilled and experienced from the APS4-EL1 levels across the Project Officers/ Managers, Program Officers/ Managers and Policy areas, who are looking for a new and exciting contract opportunity. With multiple positions available within a large scale reform area, our client is seeking candidates with fantastic communication, strategy and organisational skills to play their part in contributing to the reform program, ensuring deliverables are met on time. Key Responsiblities Policy PositionsDrafting of policy advice and guidance materials Implementating required processes to ensure the delivery of policy adviceEngaging effectively with stakeholders throughout all stages of the policy development process contributing to and developing Ministerial briefings and submissions on policy matters Project Officer/ Manager PositionsDeveloping and maintaining project documentation including plans and reports Developing and implementing project objectives for short term and strategic project plansDrafting written material and briefings for the executiveProviding administrative support to assist in meeting the project’s deliverables Developing project documentation, reporting and risk assessment Program Officer/ Manager Positions Procurement, program, and contract drafting and managementManaging risk and assurance requirements Provide briefings and reportsadministrative and secretariat work including coordinating meetings Stakeholder engagement and coordination alongside elements of research Engage with internal stakeholders on progress of programs Desired Knowledge and ExperienceHigh levels of interpersonal and communication skills Strategic thinking and conceptual skills Planning and organisational skills Agility and resilience to deliver results in a fast-paced environment.Sound judgement and problem solving skillsAbility to develop and maintain stakeholder relationshipsYou will be an Australian citizen and ideally hold a security clearance.If you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word doc format, or send it to will.jones@randstad.com.au.Please note only successful candidates will be contactedAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$40.00 - AU$51.00, per hour, + super
      • full-time
      One of our Federal Government clients is looking to engage with prospective candidates responsible for Undertaking end to end case management activities. Working at the APS 4, 5 or 6 level, you will be self motivated with excellent verbal and written communication skills.Key Responsibilities:Manage, progress and resolve AAT applicationsUndertaking case management of low to moderately complex AAT matters and analysing to develop options for early resolution.Obtaining necessary information and advice to effectively resolve AAT matters.Preparing and maintaining electronic record keeping, including evidence supporting decision- making processes and justifying conclusions reached during the case managementAd-hoc administrative dutiesDesired Knowledge and ExperienceSound judgement and problem solving skillsPrevious experience in Public/ Government sector highly desirableIntermediate understanding of the MS Office Suite.Excellent written and verbal communication skillsExperience working under legislative frameworksYou will be an Australian citizen If you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word doc format, or send it to nimisha.taneja@randstad.com.au Please note only successful candidates will be contactedNimisha TanejaConsultantPublic Sector Randstad AustraliaLevel 5, 15 London CircuitCanberra ACT 2600At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      One of our Federal Government clients is looking to engage with prospective candidates responsible for Undertaking end to end case management activities. Working at the APS 4, 5 or 6 level, you will be self motivated with excellent verbal and written communication skills.Key Responsibilities:Manage, progress and resolve AAT applicationsUndertaking case management of low to moderately complex AAT matters and analysing to develop options for early resolution.Obtaining necessary information and advice to effectively resolve AAT matters.Preparing and maintaining electronic record keeping, including evidence supporting decision- making processes and justifying conclusions reached during the case managementAd-hoc administrative dutiesDesired Knowledge and ExperienceSound judgement and problem solving skillsPrevious experience in Public/ Government sector highly desirableIntermediate understanding of the MS Office Suite.Excellent written and verbal communication skillsExperience working under legislative frameworksYou will be an Australian citizen If you would like to be considered for this role, this is a great opportunity to tell Randstad about you. Please click “Apply Now” to submit your current resume in word doc format, or send it to nimisha.taneja@randstad.com.au Please note only successful candidates will be contactedNimisha TanejaConsultantPublic Sector Randstad AustraliaLevel 5, 15 London CircuitCanberra ACT 2600At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$70,000 - AU$80,000 per year
      • full-time
      This is your opportunity to work in HR within the private sector, as an Adminstrative Assistant. Reporting to the HR Manager, you will be a key memeber and representative of the HR team. You will be responsible for organising and scheduling daily operations and supporting staff and clients with their needs. You will have a high level of priority management and organsiational skills. As a relationship builder, you encourage strong collaboration across all departments and lead by example. Duties Assisting the HR team in reaching a high efficiency of operationsContributing to staff management and supportIssue and return of company equipmentManagement of personnel files and data recordsAssisting with team and staff management and allocationInvoicingGreeting clients and customersThe successful candidate will Be able to build relationships with people from a broad backgroundHave high attention to detail and be articulateHave experience in a similar HR role or be experienced with similar administrative dutiesBe able to evaluate a businesses needs and be able to format an action plan to benefit themBe adaptable and prepared to take on a challengeThis is a fantastic opportunity to continue growth and development in your HR and Administration career. If this sounds like the next step for your career, contact Paul Buttress at paul.buttress@randstad.com.au or call on (02) 6132 3849. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      This is your opportunity to work in HR within the private sector, as an Adminstrative Assistant. Reporting to the HR Manager, you will be a key memeber and representative of the HR team. You will be responsible for organising and scheduling daily operations and supporting staff and clients with their needs. You will have a high level of priority management and organsiational skills. As a relationship builder, you encourage strong collaboration across all departments and lead by example. Duties Assisting the HR team in reaching a high efficiency of operationsContributing to staff management and supportIssue and return of company equipmentManagement of personnel files and data recordsAssisting with team and staff management and allocationInvoicingGreeting clients and customersThe successful candidate will Be able to build relationships with people from a broad backgroundHave high attention to detail and be articulateHave experience in a similar HR role or be experienced with similar administrative dutiesBe able to evaluate a businesses needs and be able to format an action plan to benefit themBe adaptable and prepared to take on a challengeThis is a fantastic opportunity to continue growth and development in your HR and Administration career. If this sounds like the next step for your career, contact Paul Buttress at paul.buttress@randstad.com.au or call on (02) 6132 3849. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Regulatory Services Officers – Corporate Services Level 2 (above barrier) - APS 4 EquivalentPosition informationTitle - Regulatory Services OfficersBranch - Regulatory Services Assessment Team 1 - Entry Control and CoordinationDivision - Regulatory OversightLocation - All CASA Office locationClassification - Corporate Services Level 2 (Above Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent)/Non-ongoing (temporary)Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - NoContact Officer - Kate Dalrymple 02 6217 1532 kate.dalrymple@casa.gov.au Closing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionAs part of CASA’s Regulatory Oversight Division, and within the Regulatory Services Team 1, the Entry Control and Coordination Section is responsible for the coordination and processing of regulatory service applications from the civil aviation industry. The Regulatory Services Officer works collaboratively with various stakeholders to effectively deliver regulatory services and tasks, processing applications and providing administrative support to the Regulatory Services Assessment Teams and other areas of the Division as required. This is a diverse role, requiring a high level of customer service and stakeholder management skills. The Regulatory Services Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Work as part of a nationally geographically dispersed team in the delivery of timely and accurate processing of regulatory services tasks and reporting activities, in line with published procedures and in compliance with current legislation.Provide administrative support to the inspectorate across CASA’s various Regulatory Services Teams, ensuring procedures and processes are current and in line with the regulations. Provide consistent and accurate advice to industry in accordance with legislation and procedures.Provide quality advice to support the development of standards, processes, and policies regarding regulatory services.Contribute to an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engages stakeholders with effective and considered communication, working collaboratively to deliver regulatory services, administrative support and projects as required.Collate and maintain accurate data for regulatory services reporting.Identify and mitigate risks that may impact your own and wider work area and contribute to the development and/or improvement of processes and policies regarding regulatory services.As required, attend industry meetings and with stakeholders from across CASA,.As required, assist in the development of educational materials for CASA and industry stakeholders.Work supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful, and equitable manner.Promote workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values.Our ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have high level (written and verbal) communication skills and the ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic, nationally dispersed team. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience performing administrative support activities in a technical or similar office environment, with a focus on accuracy and attention to detail Demonstrated high level of customer service and stakeholder management skills, including excellent (oral and written) communication skills.Demonstrated experience in the use of web/data-based business systems and Microsoft Office Suite.Experience in or ability to research matters, interpret and understand complex regulations and legislation.Experience in or knowledge of the aviation environment. Demonstrated experience in the use of RM8/TRIM or similar information records management system.Experience in data management including extracting and reporting on data in a regulatory, technical, or similar environment.Demonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective CASA employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you consider the position information, key capabilities, skills, experience, and CASA Values (minimum font 11 point). Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Regulatory Services Officers – Corporate Services Level 2 (above barrier) - APS 4 EquivalentPosition informationTitle - Regulatory Services OfficersBranch - Regulatory Services Assessment Team 1 - Entry Control and CoordinationDivision - Regulatory OversightLocation - All CASA Office locationClassification - Corporate Services Level 2 (Above Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent)/Non-ongoing (temporary)Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - NoContact Officer - Kate Dalrymple 02 6217 1532 kate.dalrymple@casa.gov.au Closing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionAs part of CASA’s Regulatory Oversight Division, and within the Regulatory Services Team 1, the Entry Control and Coordination Section is responsible for the coordination and processing of regulatory service applications from the civil aviation industry. The Regulatory Services Officer works collaboratively with various stakeholders to effectively deliver regulatory services and tasks, processing applications and providing administrative support to the Regulatory Services Assessment Teams and other areas of the Division as required. This is a diverse role, requiring a high level of customer service and stakeholder management skills. The Regulatory Services Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Work as part of a nationally geographically dispersed team in the delivery of timely and accurate processing of regulatory services tasks and reporting activities, in line with published procedures and in compliance with current legislation.Provide administrative support to the inspectorate across CASA’s various Regulatory Services Teams, ensuring procedures and processes are current and in line with the regulations. Provide consistent and accurate advice to industry in accordance with legislation and procedures.Provide quality advice to support the development of standards, processes, and policies regarding regulatory services.Contribute to an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engages stakeholders with effective and considered communication, working collaboratively to deliver regulatory services, administrative support and projects as required.Collate and maintain accurate data for regulatory services reporting.Identify and mitigate risks that may impact your own and wider work area and contribute to the development and/or improvement of processes and policies regarding regulatory services.As required, attend industry meetings and with stakeholders from across CASA,.As required, assist in the development of educational materials for CASA and industry stakeholders.Work supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful, and equitable manner.Promote workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values.Our ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have high level (written and verbal) communication skills and the ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic, nationally dispersed team. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience performing administrative support activities in a technical or similar office environment, with a focus on accuracy and attention to detail Demonstrated high level of customer service and stakeholder management skills, including excellent (oral and written) communication skills.Demonstrated experience in the use of web/data-based business systems and Microsoft Office Suite.Experience in or ability to research matters, interpret and understand complex regulations and legislation.Experience in or knowledge of the aviation environment. Demonstrated experience in the use of RM8/TRIM or similar information records management system.Experience in data management including extracting and reporting on data in a regulatory, technical, or similar environment.Demonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective CASA employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you consider the position information, key capabilities, skills, experience, and CASA Values (minimum font 11 point). Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Affirmative measure – Regulatory Services Officers – Corporate Services Level 2 (above barrier) (known as CS2AB)- APS 4 Equivalent Position informationTitle - Affirmative Measure – Disability or Indigenous Regulatory Services OfficersBranch - Regulatory Services Assessment Team 1 - Entry Control and CoordinationDivision - Regulatory OversightLocation - All CASA Office locationClassification - Corporate Services Level 2 (Above Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent)/Non-ongoing (temporary)Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - NoContact Officer - Kate Dalrymple 02 6217 1532 kate.dalrymple@casa.gov.au Closing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionAs part of CASA’s Regulatory Oversight Division, and within the Regulatory Services Team 1, the Entry Control and Coordination Section is responsible for the coordination and processing of regulatory service applications from the civil aviation industry. The Regulatory Services Officer works collaboratively with various stakeholders to effectively deliver regulatory services and tasks, processing applications and providing administrative support to the Regulatory Services Assessment Teams and other areas of the Division as required. This is a diverse role, requiring a high level of customer service and stakeholder management skills. The Regulatory Services Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Work as part of a nationally geographically dispersed team in the delivery of timely and accurate processing of regulatory services tasks and reporting activities, in line with published procedures and in compliance with current legislation.Provide administrative support to the inspectorate across CASA’s various Regulatory Services Teams, ensuring procedures and processes are current and in line with the regulations. Provide consistent and accurate advice to industry in accordance with legislation and procedures.Provide quality advice to support the development of standards, processes, and policies regarding regulatory services.Contribute to an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engages stakeholders with effective and considered communication, working collaboratively to deliver regulatory services, administrative support and projects as required.Collate and maintain accurate data for regulatory services reporting.Identify and mitigate risks that may impact your own and wider work area and contribute to the development and/or improvement of processes and policies regarding regulatory services.As required, attend industry meetings and with stakeholders from across CASA,.As required, assist in the development of educational materials for CASA and industry stakeholders.Work supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful, and equitable manner.Promote workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values.Our ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have high level (written and verbal) communication skills and the ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic, nationally dispersed team. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience performing administrative support activities in a technical or similar office environment, with a focus on accuracy and attention to detail Demonstrated high level of customer service and stakeholder management skills, including excellent (oral and written) communication skills.Demonstrated experience in the use of web/data-based business systems and Microsoft Office Suite.Experience in or ability to research matters, interpret and understand complex regulations and legislation.Experience in or knowledge of the aviation environment. Demonstrated experience in the use of RM8/TRIM or similar information records management system.Experience in data management including extracting and reporting on data in a regulatory, technical, or similar environment.Demonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them. Eligibility requirementsEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective CASA employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under section 8(1) of the 'Racial Discrimination Act 1975' and under Section 27 of the Australian Public Service Commissioner’s Direction 2016. These vacancies are available to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait people, or people with disabilities. To be engaged under the Affirmative Measures provision, evidence of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Australian heritage or disability may be required.How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you consider the position information, key capabilities, skills, experience, and CASA Values (minimum font 11 point). Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity.Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Affirmative measure – Regulatory Services Officers – Corporate Services Level 2 (above barrier) (known as CS2AB)- APS 4 Equivalent Position informationTitle - Affirmative Measure – Disability or Indigenous Regulatory Services OfficersBranch - Regulatory Services Assessment Team 1 - Entry Control and CoordinationDivision - Regulatory OversightLocation - All CASA Office locationClassification - Corporate Services Level 2 (Above Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent)/Non-ongoing (temporary)Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - NoContact Officer - Kate Dalrymple 02 6217 1532 kate.dalrymple@casa.gov.au Closing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionAs part of CASA’s Regulatory Oversight Division, and within the Regulatory Services Team 1, the Entry Control and Coordination Section is responsible for the coordination and processing of regulatory service applications from the civil aviation industry. The Regulatory Services Officer works collaboratively with various stakeholders to effectively deliver regulatory services and tasks, processing applications and providing administrative support to the Regulatory Services Assessment Teams and other areas of the Division as required. This is a diverse role, requiring a high level of customer service and stakeholder management skills. The Regulatory Services Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Work as part of a nationally geographically dispersed team in the delivery of timely and accurate processing of regulatory services tasks and reporting activities, in line with published procedures and in compliance with current legislation.Provide administrative support to the inspectorate across CASA’s various Regulatory Services Teams, ensuring procedures and processes are current and in line with the regulations. Provide consistent and accurate advice to industry in accordance with legislation and procedures.Provide quality advice to support the development of standards, processes, and policies regarding regulatory services.Contribute to an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engages stakeholders with effective and considered communication, working collaboratively to deliver regulatory services, administrative support and projects as required.Collate and maintain accurate data for regulatory services reporting.Identify and mitigate risks that may impact your own and wider work area and contribute to the development and/or improvement of processes and policies regarding regulatory services.As required, attend industry meetings and with stakeholders from across CASA,.As required, assist in the development of educational materials for CASA and industry stakeholders.Work supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful, and equitable manner.Promote workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values.Our ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have high level (written and verbal) communication skills and the ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic, nationally dispersed team. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience performing administrative support activities in a technical or similar office environment, with a focus on accuracy and attention to detail Demonstrated high level of customer service and stakeholder management skills, including excellent (oral and written) communication skills.Demonstrated experience in the use of web/data-based business systems and Microsoft Office Suite.Experience in or ability to research matters, interpret and understand complex regulations and legislation.Experience in or knowledge of the aviation environment. Demonstrated experience in the use of RM8/TRIM or similar information records management system.Experience in data management including extracting and reporting on data in a regulatory, technical, or similar environment.Demonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them. Eligibility requirementsEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective CASA employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under section 8(1) of the 'Racial Discrimination Act 1975' and under Section 27 of the Australian Public Service Commissioner’s Direction 2016. These vacancies are available to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait people, or people with disabilities. To be engaged under the Affirmative Measures provision, evidence of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Australian heritage or disability may be required.How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you consider the position information, key capabilities, skills, experience, and CASA Values (minimum font 11 point). Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity.Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • AU$70,000 - AU$80,000 per year
      • full-time
      This is your opportunity to work in HR within the private sector, as an Adminstrative Assistant. Reporting to the HR Manager, you will be a key memeber and representative of the HR team. You will be responsible for organising and scheduling daily operations and supporting staff and clients with their needs. You will have a high level of priority management and organsiational skills. As a relationship builder, you encourage strong collaboration across all departments and lead by example. Duties Assisting the HR team in reaching a high efficiency of operationsContributing to staff management and supportIssue and return of company equipmentManagement of personnel files and data recordsAssisting with team and staff management and allocationInvoicingGreeting clients and customersThe successful candidate will Be able to build relationships with people from a broad backgroundHave high attention to detail and be articulateHave experience in a similar HR role or be experienced with similar administrative dutiesBe able to evaluate a businesses needs and be able to format an action plan to benefit themBe adaptable and prepared to take on a challengeThis is a fantastic opportunity to continue growth and development in your HR and Administration career. If this sounds like the next step for your career, contact Paul Buttress at paul.buttress@randstad.com.au or call on (02) 6132 3849. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      This is your opportunity to work in HR within the private sector, as an Adminstrative Assistant. Reporting to the HR Manager, you will be a key memeber and representative of the HR team. You will be responsible for organising and scheduling daily operations and supporting staff and clients with their needs. You will have a high level of priority management and organsiational skills. As a relationship builder, you encourage strong collaboration across all departments and lead by example. Duties Assisting the HR team in reaching a high efficiency of operationsContributing to staff management and supportIssue and return of company equipmentManagement of personnel files and data recordsAssisting with team and staff management and allocationInvoicingGreeting clients and customersThe successful candidate will Be able to build relationships with people from a broad backgroundHave high attention to detail and be articulateHave experience in a similar HR role or be experienced with similar administrative dutiesBe able to evaluate a businesses needs and be able to format an action plan to benefit themBe adaptable and prepared to take on a challengeThis is a fantastic opportunity to continue growth and development in your HR and Administration career. If this sounds like the next step for your career, contact Paul Buttress at paul.buttress@randstad.com.au or call on (02) 6132 3849. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Affirmative measure – Regulatory Services Officers – Corporate Services Level 3 (below barrier) (known as CS3BB) - APS 5 EquivalentPosition informationTitle - Affirmative Measure – Disability or Indigenous Regulatory Services OfficersBranch -Regulatory Services Assessment Team 1 - Entry Control and CoordinationDivision - Regulatory OversightLocation - All CASA Office locationsClassification - Corporate Services Level 3 (Below Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent)/Non-ongoing (temporary)Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - NoContact Officer - Kate Dalrymple 02 6217 1532 kate.dalrymple@casa.gov.au Closing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionAs part of CASA’s Regulatory Oversight Division, and within the Regulatory Services Team 1, the Entry Control and Coordination Section is responsible for the coordination and processing of regulatory service applications from the civil aviation industry. The Regulatory Services Officer works collaboratively with various stakeholders to effective coordinate and deliver regulatory services tasks. This includes the processing of complex applications, interpreting legislation and managing the escalation of urgent enquiries. The Regulatory Services Officer provides support to their peers and administrative support to the Regulatory Services Assessment Teams and other areas of the Division as required. This is a diverse role, requiring a high level of customer service and stakeholder liaison skills, including the management of complex enquiries and workflow coordination. The Regulatory Services Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Work as part of a nationally geographically dispersed team in the delivery of timely and accurate processing of regulatory services tasks and reporting activities, in line with published procedures and in compliance with current legislation.Support peers with complex applications and share knowledge to ensure compliance with business processes and efficient service delivery. Provide administrative support to the inspectorate across CASA’s various Regulatory Services Teams, ensuring procedures and processes are current and in line with the regulations. Provide consistent advice to industry in accordance with legislation and procedures.As required, work flexibly within the team to coordinate workflow, and support the delivery of regulatory services, including the prioritisation of urgent requests and escalations. Provide specialised advice regarding the development and improvement of regulatory services standards, processes, and policies, Attend industry meetings and with stakeholders from across CASA, as required.Assist in the development of content for briefings, workshops, and training programmes for educating CASA and industry stakeholders.Collate and maintain accurate data for regulatory services reporting and provide reporting to management as requested.Identify and mitigate risks that may impact your own and wider work area..Foster an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engages stakeholders with effective and considered communication working collaboratively to deliver regulatory services.Works supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful, and equitable manner.Promote workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values and Behaviours.Our ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have highly developed (written and oral) communication skills, particularly in building and maintaining networking relationships with stakeholders. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience managing a range of administrative support and coordination of complex regulatory service activities, including the ability to handle competing priorities within a fast-paced and dynamic environment.Demonstrated problem-solving skills with the ability to develop and implement procedures, improve processes, provide flexible solutions, and achieve results. Demonstrated experience in writing briefings and reports, including the preparation of material suitable for technical and non-technical audiences.Knowledge of or ability to acquire an understanding of regulatory services and/or surveillance frameworks, practices and systems.Understanding of Australia’s civil aviation legislation or ability to acquire this knowledge quickly Stakeholder management skills including the ability to liaise effectively with stakeholders, working collaboratively and manage key relationships to successfully achieve outcomes Demonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective CASA employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under section 8(1) of the 'Racial Discrimination Act 1975' and under Section 27 of the Australian Public Service Commissioner’s Direction 2016. This vacancy is only available to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait people, or people with disability. To be engaged under the Affirmative Measures provision, evidence of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Australian heritage or disability may be required.How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a Two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you take into consideration position information, key capabilities, skills, experience and CASA Values (minimum font 11 point)Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Affirmative measure – Regulatory Services Officers – Corporate Services Level 3 (below barrier) (known as CS3BB) - APS 5 EquivalentPosition informationTitle - Affirmative Measure – Disability or Indigenous Regulatory Services OfficersBranch -Regulatory Services Assessment Team 1 - Entry Control and CoordinationDivision - Regulatory OversightLocation - All CASA Office locationsClassification - Corporate Services Level 3 (Below Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent)/Non-ongoing (temporary)Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - NoContact Officer - Kate Dalrymple 02 6217 1532 kate.dalrymple@casa.gov.au Closing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionAs part of CASA’s Regulatory Oversight Division, and within the Regulatory Services Team 1, the Entry Control and Coordination Section is responsible for the coordination and processing of regulatory service applications from the civil aviation industry. The Regulatory Services Officer works collaboratively with various stakeholders to effective coordinate and deliver regulatory services tasks. This includes the processing of complex applications, interpreting legislation and managing the escalation of urgent enquiries. The Regulatory Services Officer provides support to their peers and administrative support to the Regulatory Services Assessment Teams and other areas of the Division as required. This is a diverse role, requiring a high level of customer service and stakeholder liaison skills, including the management of complex enquiries and workflow coordination. The Regulatory Services Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Work as part of a nationally geographically dispersed team in the delivery of timely and accurate processing of regulatory services tasks and reporting activities, in line with published procedures and in compliance with current legislation.Support peers with complex applications and share knowledge to ensure compliance with business processes and efficient service delivery. Provide administrative support to the inspectorate across CASA’s various Regulatory Services Teams, ensuring procedures and processes are current and in line with the regulations. Provide consistent advice to industry in accordance with legislation and procedures.As required, work flexibly within the team to coordinate workflow, and support the delivery of regulatory services, including the prioritisation of urgent requests and escalations. Provide specialised advice regarding the development and improvement of regulatory services standards, processes, and policies, Attend industry meetings and with stakeholders from across CASA, as required.Assist in the development of content for briefings, workshops, and training programmes for educating CASA and industry stakeholders.Collate and maintain accurate data for regulatory services reporting and provide reporting to management as requested.Identify and mitigate risks that may impact your own and wider work area..Foster an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engages stakeholders with effective and considered communication working collaboratively to deliver regulatory services.Works supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful, and equitable manner.Promote workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values and Behaviours.Our ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have highly developed (written and oral) communication skills, particularly in building and maintaining networking relationships with stakeholders. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience managing a range of administrative support and coordination of complex regulatory service activities, including the ability to handle competing priorities within a fast-paced and dynamic environment.Demonstrated problem-solving skills with the ability to develop and implement procedures, improve processes, provide flexible solutions, and achieve results. Demonstrated experience in writing briefings and reports, including the preparation of material suitable for technical and non-technical audiences.Knowledge of or ability to acquire an understanding of regulatory services and/or surveillance frameworks, practices and systems.Understanding of Australia’s civil aviation legislation or ability to acquire this knowledge quickly Stakeholder management skills including the ability to liaise effectively with stakeholders, working collaboratively and manage key relationships to successfully achieve outcomes Demonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective CASA employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under section 8(1) of the 'Racial Discrimination Act 1975' and under Section 27 of the Australian Public Service Commissioner’s Direction 2016. This vacancy is only available to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait people, or people with disability. To be engaged under the Affirmative Measures provision, evidence of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Australian heritage or disability may be required.How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a Two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you take into consideration position information, key capabilities, skills, experience and CASA Values (minimum font 11 point)Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Regulatory Services Officers – Corporate Services Level 3 (below barrier) (known as CS3BB) - APS 5 EquivalentPosition informationTitle - Regulatory Services OfficersBranch - Regulatory Services Assessment Team 1 - Entry Control and CoordinationDivision - Regulatory OversightLocation - All CASA Office locationsClassification - Corporate Services Level 3 (Below Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent)/Non-ongoing (temporary)Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - NoContact Officer - Kate Dalrymple 02 6217 1532 kate.dalrymple@casa.gov.au Closing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionAs part of CASA’s Regulatory Oversight Division, and within the Regulatory Services Team 1, the Entry Control and Coordination Section is responsible for the coordination and processing of regulatory service applications from the civil aviation industry. The Regulatory Services Officer works collaboratively with various stakeholders to effective coordinate and deliver regulatory services tasks. This includes the processing of complex applications, interpreting legislation and managing the escalation of urgent enquiries. The Regulatory Services Officer provides support to their peers and administrative support to the Regulatory Services Assessment Teams and other areas of the Division as required. This is a diverse role, requiring a high level of customer service and stakeholder liaison skills, including the management of complex enquiries and workflow coordination. The Regulatory Services Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Work as part of a nationally geographically dispersed team in the delivery of timely and accurate processing of regulatory services tasks and reporting activities, in line with published procedures and in compliance with current legislation.Support peers with complex applications and share knowledge to ensure compliance with business processes and efficient service delivery. Provide administrative support to the inspectorate across CASA’s various Regulatory Services Teams, ensuring procedures and processes are current and in line with the regulations. Provide consistent advice to industry in accordance with legislation and procedures.As required, work flexibly within the team to coordinate workflow, and support the delivery of regulatory services, including the prioritisation of urgent requests and escalations. Provide specialised advice regarding the development and improvement of regulatory services standards, processes, and policies, Attend industry meetings and with stakeholders from across CASA, as required.Assist in the development of content for briefings, workshops, and training programmes for educating CASA and industry stakeholders.Collate and maintain accurate data for regulatory services reporting and provide reporting to management as requested..Identify and mitigate risks that may impact your own and wider work area..Foster an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engages stakeholders with effective and considered communication working collaboratively to deliver regulatory services.Works supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful, and equitable manner.Promote workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values and Behaviours.Our ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have highly developed (written and oral) communication skills, particularly in building and maintaining networking relationships with stakeholders. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience managing a range of administrative support and coordination of complex regulatory service activities, including the ability to handle competing priorities within a fast-paced and dynamic environment.Demonstrated problem-solving skills with the ability to develop and implement procedures, improve processes, provide flexible solutions, and achieve results. Demonstrated experience in writing briefings and reports, including the preparation of material suitable for technical and non-technical audiences.Knowledge of or ability to acquire an understanding of regulatory services and/or surveillance frameworks, practices and systems.Understanding of Australia’s civil aviation legislation or ability to acquire this knowledge quickly Stakeholder management skills including the ability to liaise effectively with stakeholders, working collaboratively and manage key relationships to successfully achieve outcomes Demonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective CASA employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a Two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you take into consideration position information, key capabilities, skills, experience and CASA Values (minimum font 11 point), andPlease note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Regulatory Services Officers – Corporate Services Level 3 (below barrier) (known as CS3BB) - APS 5 EquivalentPosition informationTitle - Regulatory Services OfficersBranch - Regulatory Services Assessment Team 1 - Entry Control and CoordinationDivision - Regulatory OversightLocation - All CASA Office locationsClassification - Corporate Services Level 3 (Below Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent)/Non-ongoing (temporary)Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - NoContact Officer - Kate Dalrymple 02 6217 1532 kate.dalrymple@casa.gov.au Closing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionAs part of CASA’s Regulatory Oversight Division, and within the Regulatory Services Team 1, the Entry Control and Coordination Section is responsible for the coordination and processing of regulatory service applications from the civil aviation industry. The Regulatory Services Officer works collaboratively with various stakeholders to effective coordinate and deliver regulatory services tasks. This includes the processing of complex applications, interpreting legislation and managing the escalation of urgent enquiries. The Regulatory Services Officer provides support to their peers and administrative support to the Regulatory Services Assessment Teams and other areas of the Division as required. This is a diverse role, requiring a high level of customer service and stakeholder liaison skills, including the management of complex enquiries and workflow coordination. The Regulatory Services Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Work as part of a nationally geographically dispersed team in the delivery of timely and accurate processing of regulatory services tasks and reporting activities, in line with published procedures and in compliance with current legislation.Support peers with complex applications and share knowledge to ensure compliance with business processes and efficient service delivery. Provide administrative support to the inspectorate across CASA’s various Regulatory Services Teams, ensuring procedures and processes are current and in line with the regulations. Provide consistent advice to industry in accordance with legislation and procedures.As required, work flexibly within the team to coordinate workflow, and support the delivery of regulatory services, including the prioritisation of urgent requests and escalations. Provide specialised advice regarding the development and improvement of regulatory services standards, processes, and policies, Attend industry meetings and with stakeholders from across CASA, as required.Assist in the development of content for briefings, workshops, and training programmes for educating CASA and industry stakeholders.Collate and maintain accurate data for regulatory services reporting and provide reporting to management as requested..Identify and mitigate risks that may impact your own and wider work area..Foster an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engages stakeholders with effective and considered communication working collaboratively to deliver regulatory services.Works supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful, and equitable manner.Promote workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values and Behaviours.Our ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have highly developed (written and oral) communication skills, particularly in building and maintaining networking relationships with stakeholders. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience managing a range of administrative support and coordination of complex regulatory service activities, including the ability to handle competing priorities within a fast-paced and dynamic environment.Demonstrated problem-solving skills with the ability to develop and implement procedures, improve processes, provide flexible solutions, and achieve results. Demonstrated experience in writing briefings and reports, including the preparation of material suitable for technical and non-technical audiences.Knowledge of or ability to acquire an understanding of regulatory services and/or surveillance frameworks, practices and systems.Understanding of Australia’s civil aviation legislation or ability to acquire this knowledge quickly Stakeholder management skills including the ability to liaise effectively with stakeholders, working collaboratively and manage key relationships to successfully achieve outcomes Demonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective CASA employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a Two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you take into consideration position information, key capabilities, skills, experience and CASA Values (minimum font 11 point), andPlease note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Surveillance Technical Officers – Corporate Services Level 3 (below barrier) (known as CS3BB) - APS 5 Equivalent Position informationTitle - Surveillance Technical OfficersBranch - SurveillanceDivision - Regulatory Oversight DivisionLocation - Any CASA Office LocationClassification - Corporate Services Level 3 (Below Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent) / Non-ongoing (Temporary) Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - YesContact Officer - Emma Milne, 02 6217 7504 emma.milne@casa.gov.auClosing date - 11:59pm (AEST) Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionThe Surveillance Technical Officer is part of a nationally dispersed team responsible for planning, administering and assisting in the delivery of surveillance services. Surveillance Technical Officers support our surveillance teams and ensure operators continue to meet their legislative obligations. This role also undertakes activities associated with surveillance support, coordination, reporting and management of the CASA surveillance system. The role also provides support to peers, fosters continuous improvement activities, delivers consistency and assists in the national standardisation of functions relating to surveillance services.The Surveillance Technical Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Providing specialised and quality advice to support the development of standards, processes and policies regarding surveillances services and activitiesSupporting activities across a nationally dispersed team administering and supporting the delivery of surveillance servicesContributing to quality assurance of information and data reportingSupporting the management of the day-to-day functionality and maintenance of the CASA surveillance system including improvements to align with business requirementsInputting into strategic planning and contributing to the implementation of outcomes for surveillance services improvementsParticipating in meetings, providing consistent advice to business areas in accordance with legislation and proceduresCollaborating with other business areas in updating website information, guidance material and other communications materialContributing to an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engaging stakeholders with effective and considered communication working collaboratively to deliver surveillance servicesWorks supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engages with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful and equitable mannerPromoting workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values and BehavioursOur ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have highly developed (written and verbal) communication skills, particularly in building and maintaining networking relationships with stakeholders. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience managing a range of administrative support and coordination activities, including the ability to handle shifting priorities with an attention to detailDemonstrated experience in writing complex briefings and reports, including the preparation of material suitable for technical and non-technical audiencesDemonstrated problem-solving skills with the ability to develop and implement procedures, improve processes, provide flexible solutions and achieve resultsHave an understanding of the basic principles of auditing Knowledge of or ability to acquire an understanding of surveillance framework, practices and systems. Stakeholder management skills including the ability to liaise with stakeholders and provide well-considered responses to complex requestsDemonstrated high level written and verbal communications with ability to interpret complex information and present effective arguments in a timely mannerDemonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.This position may require interstate travel. How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you take into consideration position information listed “In our Ideal Candidate (minimum font 11 point)Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues. What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Surveillance Technical Officers – Corporate Services Level 3 (below barrier) (known as CS3BB) - APS 5 Equivalent Position informationTitle - Surveillance Technical OfficersBranch - SurveillanceDivision - Regulatory Oversight DivisionLocation - Any CASA Office LocationClassification - Corporate Services Level 3 (Below Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent) / Non-ongoing (Temporary) Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - YesContact Officer - Emma Milne, 02 6217 7504 emma.milne@casa.gov.auClosing date - 11:59pm (AEST) Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionThe Surveillance Technical Officer is part of a nationally dispersed team responsible for planning, administering and assisting in the delivery of surveillance services. Surveillance Technical Officers support our surveillance teams and ensure operators continue to meet their legislative obligations. This role also undertakes activities associated with surveillance support, coordination, reporting and management of the CASA surveillance system. The role also provides support to peers, fosters continuous improvement activities, delivers consistency and assists in the national standardisation of functions relating to surveillance services.The Surveillance Technical Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Providing specialised and quality advice to support the development of standards, processes and policies regarding surveillances services and activitiesSupporting activities across a nationally dispersed team administering and supporting the delivery of surveillance servicesContributing to quality assurance of information and data reportingSupporting the management of the day-to-day functionality and maintenance of the CASA surveillance system including improvements to align with business requirementsInputting into strategic planning and contributing to the implementation of outcomes for surveillance services improvementsParticipating in meetings, providing consistent advice to business areas in accordance with legislation and proceduresCollaborating with other business areas in updating website information, guidance material and other communications materialContributing to an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engaging stakeholders with effective and considered communication working collaboratively to deliver surveillance servicesWorks supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engages with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful and equitable mannerPromoting workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values and BehavioursOur ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have highly developed (written and verbal) communication skills, particularly in building and maintaining networking relationships with stakeholders. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience managing a range of administrative support and coordination activities, including the ability to handle shifting priorities with an attention to detailDemonstrated experience in writing complex briefings and reports, including the preparation of material suitable for technical and non-technical audiencesDemonstrated problem-solving skills with the ability to develop and implement procedures, improve processes, provide flexible solutions and achieve resultsHave an understanding of the basic principles of auditing Knowledge of or ability to acquire an understanding of surveillance framework, practices and systems. Stakeholder management skills including the ability to liaise with stakeholders and provide well-considered responses to complex requestsDemonstrated high level written and verbal communications with ability to interpret complex information and present effective arguments in a timely mannerDemonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.This position may require interstate travel. How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you take into consideration position information listed “In our Ideal Candidate (minimum font 11 point)Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds.We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues. What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Affirmative measure – Surveillance Technical Officers – Corporate Services Level 3 (below barrier) (known as CS3BB) - APS 5 EquivalentPosition informationTitle - Surveillance Technical Officers - Affirmative Measure, Disability or IndigenousBranch - SurveillanceDivision - Regulatory Oversight DivisionLocation - Any CASA Office LocationClassification - Corporate Services Level 3 (Below Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent) / Non-ongoing (Temporary) Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - YesContact Officer - Emma Milne, 02 6217 7504 emma.milne@casa.gov.auClosing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionThe Surveillance Technical Officer is part of a nationally dispersed team responsible for planning, administering and assisting in the delivery of surveillance services. Surveillance Technical Officers support our surveillance teams and ensure operators continue to meet their legislative obligations.This role also undertakes activities associated with surveillance support, coordination, reporting and management of the CASA surveillance system. The role also provides support to peers, fosters continuous improvement activities, delivers consistency and assists in the national standardisation of functions relating to surveillance services.The Surveillance Technical Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Providing specialised and quality advice to support the development of standards, processes and policies regarding surveillances services and activitiesSupporting activities across a nationally dispersed team administering and supporting the delivery of surveillance servicesContributing to quality assurance of information and data reportingSupporting the management of the day-to-day functionality and maintenance of the CASA surveillance system including improvements to align with business requirementsInputting into strategic planning and contributing to the implementation of outcomes for surveillance services improvementsParticipating in meetings, providing consistent advice to business areas in accordance with legislation and proceduresCollaborating with other business areas in updating website information, guidance material and other communications materialContributing to an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engaging stakeholders with effective and considered communication working collaboratively to deliver surveillance servicesWorks supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engages with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful and equitable mannerPromoting workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values and BehavioursOur ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have highly developed (written and verbal) communication skills, particularly in building and maintaining networking relationships with stakeholders. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience managing a range of administrative support and coordination activities, including the ability to handle shifting priorities with an attention to detailDemonstrated experience in writing complex briefings and reports, including the preparation of material suitable for technical and non-technical audiencesDemonstrated problem-solving skills with the ability to develop and implement procedures, improve processes, provide flexible solutions and achieve resultsHave an understanding of the basic principles of auditing Knowledge of or ability to acquire an understanding of surveillance framework, practices and systems. Stakeholder management skills including the ability to liaise with stakeholders and provide well-considered responses to complex requestsDemonstrated high level written and verbal communications with ability to interpret complex information and present effective arguments in a timely mannerDemonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under section 8(1) of the 'Racial Discrimination Act 1975' and under Section 27 of the Australian Public Service Commissioner’s Direction 2016. This vacancy is available to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait people, or people with disability. To be engaged under the Affirmative Measures provision, evidence of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Australian heritage or disability may be required.This position may require interstate travel. How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you take into consideration position information listed “In our Ideal Candidate (minimum font 11 point)Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds. We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is partnering with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to recruit:Affirmative measure – Surveillance Technical Officers – Corporate Services Level 3 (below barrier) (known as CS3BB) - APS 5 EquivalentPosition informationTitle - Surveillance Technical Officers - Affirmative Measure, Disability or IndigenousBranch - SurveillanceDivision - Regulatory Oversight DivisionLocation - Any CASA Office LocationClassification - Corporate Services Level 3 (Below Barrier)Tenure - Ongoing (permanent) / Non-ongoing (Temporary) Staffing profile - No direct reportsSecurity clearance - EntrySafety Sensitive - YesContact Officer - Emma Milne, 02 6217 7504 emma.milne@casa.gov.auClosing date - 11:59pm (AEST), Tuesday 26 October 2021About the positionThe Surveillance Technical Officer is part of a nationally dispersed team responsible for planning, administering and assisting in the delivery of surveillance services. Surveillance Technical Officers support our surveillance teams and ensure operators continue to meet their legislative obligations.This role also undertakes activities associated with surveillance support, coordination, reporting and management of the CASA surveillance system. The role also provides support to peers, fosters continuous improvement activities, delivers consistency and assists in the national standardisation of functions relating to surveillance services.The Surveillance Technical Officer is responsible for the following deliverables:Providing specialised and quality advice to support the development of standards, processes and policies regarding surveillances services and activitiesSupporting activities across a nationally dispersed team administering and supporting the delivery of surveillance servicesContributing to quality assurance of information and data reportingSupporting the management of the day-to-day functionality and maintenance of the CASA surveillance system including improvements to align with business requirementsInputting into strategic planning and contributing to the implementation of outcomes for surveillance services improvementsParticipating in meetings, providing consistent advice to business areas in accordance with legislation and proceduresCollaborating with other business areas in updating website information, guidance material and other communications materialContributing to an environment of continuous improvement and proactively engaging stakeholders with effective and considered communication working collaboratively to deliver surveillance servicesWorks supportively and cooperatively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to achieve shared outcomes. Engages with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees in a sensitive, respectful and equitable mannerPromoting workplace safety, equity and diversity, participative management and environmental management in the workplace and act in accordance with CASA’s Values and BehavioursOur ideal candidateOur ideal candidate for this role will have highly developed (written and verbal) communication skills, particularly in building and maintaining networking relationships with stakeholders. They will also have the following skills and experience: Demonstrated experience managing a range of administrative support and coordination activities, including the ability to handle shifting priorities with an attention to detailDemonstrated experience in writing complex briefings and reports, including the preparation of material suitable for technical and non-technical audiencesDemonstrated problem-solving skills with the ability to develop and implement procedures, improve processes, provide flexible solutions and achieve resultsHave an understanding of the basic principles of auditing Knowledge of or ability to acquire an understanding of surveillance framework, practices and systems. Stakeholder management skills including the ability to liaise with stakeholders and provide well-considered responses to complex requestsDemonstrated high level written and verbal communications with ability to interpret complex information and present effective arguments in a timely mannerDemonstrated understanding of the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures, and their issues and to be able to communicate respectfully with them.Eligibility requirementsEmployment is subject to conditions prescribed within the Civil Aviation Act 1988. At minimum, prospective employees must undergo pre-employment screening. You must be willing to provide required information to successfully undergo a police record check.Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under section 8(1) of the 'Racial Discrimination Act 1975' and under Section 27 of the Australian Public Service Commissioner’s Direction 2016. This vacancy is available to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait people, or people with disability. To be engaged under the Affirmative Measures provision, evidence of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Australian heritage or disability may be required.This position may require interstate travel. How to applyWhen you submit your application you must provide:your resume or curriculum vitae (2-3 pages is preferred) a two-page pitch summarising your suitability for the role, ensuring you take into consideration position information listed “In our Ideal Candidate (minimum font 11 point)Please note, you must submit separate applications for each individual opportunity. Working with usSafe skies for all – it begins with you.As part of CASA, you will:be part of something bigger by contributing to aviation safety.be engaged in challenging and varied work.join a workforce that values diversity and inclusion.have time for what counts through opportunities to balance work and life.be recognised for your contribution.Who we areWe are an engaged team and proud to work for CASA. We strongly believe in the vision, mission and goals of our agency. We are highly connected to CASA’s Values and Regulatory Philosophy that underpin all we do. We understand how our roles directly contribute to aviation safety. We are a relationship-based organisation and value the input and ideas of others.What’s it like hereNow is one of the most exciting times to come to CASA. There are rapid and exciting changes in the aviation sector, with the expansion of emerging technologies in the use of remotely piloted aircraft, high altitude systems, space launch and recovery activity, urban mobility, artificial intelligence and greater reliance on systems and data. This change drives the need for a diverse workplace with skills and capabilities focused on future aviation systems and capabilities. Through diversity we gain the varied perspectives needed to tackle complex problems and come up with innovative solutions.We seek and value people from diverse backgrounds and we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are a respectful workplace, and we expect ethical behaviour by all, aligned to our CASA Values. Our networks (Gender Network, CASA Abilities Network (CAN), CASA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Network (CATSIEN) and the Rainbow Skies Network celebrate, acknowledge the contributions made and support our staff with diverse backgrounds. We recognise and reward our staff and their contributions through our CASA awards that acknowledge efforts in key areas such as innovation and continuous improvement, leadership at all levels, inclusive behaviour and going ‘above and beyond’ to assist the aviation community and colleagues.What’s in it for youEmployment with CASA is subject to conditions prescribed within the CASA Enterprise Agreement or individual instrument issued under the Civil Aviation Action 1988.You will be supported to manage all areas of your life in an inclusive work environment, with attractive workplace conditions, including generous and accommodating leave provisions and flexible working arrangements.At CASA, we support continuous learning and development with a comprehensive training calendar, studies assistance, certified technical training, and leadership development.You will be provided with challenging, meaningful, diverse work. If you are excited and energized by change and innovation and you are looking to contribute to both aviation safety and to the Australian public, join us and be part of CASA’s ongoing transformation.CASA’s regulatory philosophy CASA’s regulatory philosophy sets out the principles that underpin the way we perform our functions, exercise our powers and engage with the aviation community.The principles are reflected in our regulatory policies and practices, including how we:conduct operational surveillance and enforcement activitiesdeliver regulatory servicesconsult with our stakeholdersmake and implement regulationsdevelop safety education and support, andcommunicate with the wider aviation community.Our valuesExcellence - Strive to excel in all we doCourage - Act with strength of character and convictionTeamwork - Work together to promote a strong, cohesive and highly effective workforceFairness - Actions and decisions are informed, consistent, risk-based, evidence driven and without biasIntegrity - Actions and behaviour are open, transparent, ethical and accountableRespect - Engagement with our peers, colleagues and the wider aviation community is clear, concise and respectfulInnovation - To challenge existing practices and look for opportunities to support effective continuous improvementPrivacyCASA adheres to the Privacy Act 1988, including the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). The APPs set out standards, rights and obligations for how we handle and maintain people’s personal information. This includes how we collect, store, use, disclose, quality assured and secure personal information, as well as your rights to access or correct your personal information.CASA’s Privacy Policy is available on our website.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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