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Corporate Project Support Officer

  • Classification: APS Level 6
  • Salary: $83,542 – $101,925 plus 15.4% superannuation
  • Location: Melbourne
  • Status: Flexible – Full-time/Part-time
  • Position type: Ongoing
  • Applications close Sunday 14 August 2022

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About the role

The Productivity Commission is seeking applications from experienced project support officers to join our Corporate Group who undertake high-quality operational and strategic activities across a diverse range of corporate functions, including finance, human resources, information communications and technology (ICT), office and property services, and information management (records, privacy and freedom of information).

You will report directly to our Assistant Commissioner, Corporate Group and work closely with our Corporate Directors and teams, to provide advice and support to the Corporate Group and the wider Commission on Corporate matters. This includes contributing to and supporting effective information and knowledge management practices, planning and reporting requirements and to act as the first point of contact for freedom of information matters. You will assist in reviewing and publishing corporate policies and other corporate initiatives as required.

Successful applicants will demonstrate high-level administrative and project support skills, with the ability to understand and apply government policies and guidelines to daily operations. Applicants who are proactive, have high attention to detail, and can work independently while maintaining constructive working relationships are encouraged to apply for the role.

*A merit pool of suitable candidates may be established and used to fill similar vacancies either on an ongoing or non-ongoing basis.

What we offer

The Commission offers a competitive salary plus generous superannuation with employer contributions of 15.4%.

We provide on-going learning and development opportunities tailored to individuals’ needs at different points of their careers including access to study assistance opportunities.

We have a collaborative, flexible work environment and we recognise the importance of balancing work commitments with family, caring and other personal commitments outside work.

We are committed to diversity and inclusion and encourage applications from candidates with broad experiences and diverse backgrounds. We also offer reasonable adjustments for applicants with disabilities.

Position eligibility requirements

You must be an Australian citizen or, in limited circumstances, in the process of obtaining citizenship, to be eligible for employment with the Commission.

Ready to apply or keen to find out more?

To find out more about this role, and what to include in your application, please review the Candidate Information Kit provided above.

To find out more about our recruitment process, please contact:

Our Recruitment team

If you’re ready to apply for this role, please follow the instructions at the link below.

Application form