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Applications Close: 03/11/2019 11:45 PM
Occupation: Immigration Assessment Authority (IAA), Strategy, Communication and Governance, Registry, Caseload Strategy, Legal Services, Legal & policy, Information Management, eservices, Finance, Information Technology, Business Support, Procurement/Contract Management, Policy/Planning/Research, Management, Legal, Information Technology/Communications, Information Management/Library, Human Resources, Customer Service/Call Centre, Administration/Support Service, Accounting/Economics/Finance
Location: Perth Metropolitan, Melbourne Metropolitan, Hobart Metropolitan, Adelaide Metropolitan, Brisbane Metropolitan, Sydney Metropolitan, Canberra Metropolitan
Work Type: Casual, Non-ongoing - Part Time, Non-ongoing - Full Time

The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) conducts independent merit reviews of administrative decisions made under Commonwealth and Norfolk Island laws. We review decisions made by Australian Government ministers, departments and agencies and, in limited circumstances, decisions made by state government and non-government bodies. The AAT aims to make our review process accessible, fair, just, economical, informal and quick.

Throughout the year, the AAT may require people to fill short-term or project based work on a full-time, part-time or intermittent/irregular (casual) basis in the following areas:

  • Registry Operations (Customer Service/Administration)
  • Communications/Media/Public Relations
  • Finance/Accounting
  • Governance
  • Human Resources/Payroll/Training and Development/Generalist
  • Library
  • IT (Web development/Support/Systems Development and Design)
  • Legal
  • Policy/Research
  • Project Management
  • Statistics, analysis and reporting

Position vacancies for the above job categories will arise at varying periods of time based on the relevant workload demand and need of the work areas. We anticipate that most opportunities will be at the APS2, APS3 and APS4 levels working in Customer Service/Administration. This work involves client contact, customer service, processing review applications, and assisting with hearing arrangements.

How to apply:

Applications must be lodged online through our web based e-recruitment system. Click "Apply" at the top of this page to commence your application. A current resume should be attached to your application.

Your application must include a statement of capability (maximum 400 words) against the area that you have expressed interest in working for.

Applications submitted to the AAT’s Temporary Employment Register will remain active until Sunday, 3 November 2019. If you wish to remain on our register after this date you will need to reapply.

Please contact our recruitment team on (02) 9276 5443 or recruitment@aat.gov.au for assistance with accessing our website or with lodging your application.

Eligibility:

To be eligible for non-ongoing (temporary) employment with the AAT you:
• must be an Australian Citizen
• must be able to satisfy a National Australian Federal Police Records check
• must satisfy any mandatory qualification requirements or security assessment which are applicable for the position for which you are being considered.

Working for the AAT:

The AAT is an equal opportunity employer which upholds the APS employment principles and actively encourages a diverse and inclusive workplace.

We offer our employees a wide range of attractive employment conditions including generous leave and superannuation provisions, flexible working arrangements, salary packaging, and study assistance. For more information about these and other conditions of employment refer to the AAT Enterprise Agreement. 

About the AAT:

The AAT was established on 1 July 1976 and provides a one-stop shop for the independent review of a wide range of decisions made by the Australian Government.

The AAT can review decisions made under more than 400 Commonwealth and Norfolk Island laws, and in limited circumstances, decisions made by state government and non-government bodies. The most common types of decisions we review relate to child support, Commonwealth workers' compensation, family assistance, paid parental leave, social security, student assistance, migration and refugee visas and visa related decisions, taxation and veterans' entitlements.

For more information about the AAT, visit our website, www.aat.gov.au.

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Administrative Appeals Tribunal
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