Indigenous Secondment Pilot - Law Enforcement Agencies
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)
The ACCC aims to maintain and promote competition and remedy market failure, protect the interests and safety of consumers, support fair trading in markets and promote the economically efficient operation of, use of and investment in monopoly infrastructure. People assist the ACCC to achieve these goals by undertaking one or more the following tasks:
People at the APS 6 and EL classifications will also lead and/or support people by managing small teams and providing coaching, guidance and direction. For more information, visit ACCC website.
Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC)
ACIC is Australia's national criminal intelligence agency. Our vision is for a safer Australia that is better connected, informed and capable of responding to crime.
We work with our state and territory, national and international partners on investigations and to collect intelligence to improve the national ability to respond to crime impacting Australia. Our coercive powers give us a unique intelligence collection capability and allow us to inform and provide critical contributions to national strategies to combat serious and organised crime, cybercrime and national security threats.
We are the conduit for sharing criminal information and intelligence between all state, territory and Commonwealth law enforcement agencies. We provide national criminal information and intelligence services to more than 70,000 police officers and other accredited users on a daily basis to keep them, and the Australian community safe.
Our role includes reducing serious and organised crime threats of most harm to Australians and the national interest, and providing national policing information systems and services.
We do this by:
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Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA)
APRA offers unmatched exposure to the Australian banking, insurance and superannuation industries, APRA offers the opportunity for trainees to kick-start their professional career.
Many organisations give you a start in the finance industry. Few give you a view from the top of the entire finance industry from day one. Even fewer actually shape the industry’s future. In Australia, there’s only one. APRA offers diverse opportunities and experience across the entire financial services industry.
Under the legislation that APRA administers, APRA is tasked with protecting the interests of depositors, policyholders and superannuation fund members. APRA promotes financial system stability by working closely with the Australian Treasury, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA), and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).
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Our people gain experience at the forefront of a changing and complex industry from day one. No exceptions. We carry out prudential reforms which shape the future of Australia’s financial services industry to better protect policyholders, depositors and superannuation fund members. We employ a diverse range of highly skilled professionals to supervise financial institutions, or provide specialist advice to our front-line supervisors.
Visit the website here.
Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC)
ASIC is Australia’s integrated corporate, markets, financial services and consumer credit regulator.
ASIC’s vision is for a fair, strong and efficient financial system for all Australians.
To realise our vision we will use all our regulatory tools to:
There is a reason for everything we do, every law we regulate, every action we take, every interaction we have with industry and consumers. We’re proud of the difference we make.
We inform. We educate. We regulate.
A future with ASIC means that you will work alongside those at the forefront of regulatory practice.
We value what you’ll bring. We value those who have sharp analytical minds and are open to challenging the way things are done. Our opportunities cover all career stages from entry to leadership level.
To learn more visit the ASIC website here.
Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC)
AUSTRAC is Australia's financial intelligence agency with regulatory responsibility for anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing.
We identify threats and criminal abuse of the financial system, and act to protect Australia's economy. We also work in partnership with industry and government agencies in Australia and overseas to:
The purpose of the Office of the Commonwealth Ombudsman (the Office) is to:
The Office ensures administrative action by Australian Government agencies is fair and accountable by handling complaints, conducting investigations, performing audits and inspections, encouraging good administration and undertaking other specialist functions.
The Office influences improvement in public administration in the region through collaboration with partner agencies.
The Commonwealth Ombudsman performs the following specialist roles:
The Commonwealth Ombudsman is also the ACT Ombudsman. Visit the website here for more information.
Department of Defence
Working in the Defence APS you will enable the Navy, Army and Air Force to defend Australia and its national interests through supporting their daily operations. You may gain exposure to high profile Defence, Government and National Intelligence Community representatives.
Your work will cover critical issues, including support to military operations, the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, terrorism, regional security, foreign military capabilities and weapons systems, cyber threats and defence-related technologies.
You will work with a diverse group of men and women and will undertake rewarding work that enhances Defence’s capability. Within Defence there are also excellent learning and development opportunities enabling you to expand your career horizons in this diverse organisation.