Dss Temporary Employment Register - Policy

Dss Temporary Employment Register - Policy

Australian Government | victoria, VIC, AU

Posted 9 days ago

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Position Description:
The Temporary Employment Register is open for candidates to register a general expression of interest for employment with the Department of Social Services (DSS) by submitting a resume and statement of claims.

You should indicate in your statement of claims the areas you have capabilities and experience in, and the areas of work you are interested in.

The register will be utilised to access skilled candidates to fill roles at short notice across the department in the following Policy work areas:
•Strategic Policy •Research •Project Management.
Your registration on the DSS Temporary Employment Register will remain active until 28 February 2023.
Eligibility / Additional Requirements:
This is a register of interest only.

There is no guarantee that an offer of employment will be made whilst your application remains on the register. You will only be contacted regarding your application if a vacancy arises that matches your skills and experience. RecruitAbility applies to this vacancy.

Under the RecruitAbility scheme you will be invited to participate in further assessment activity for the vacancy if you choose to apply under the scheme; declare you have a disability; and meet the minimum requirements for the position.

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Non-ongoing opportunities will be offered for a specified term or for a period of up to 18 months, with possible extension up to 3 years.To be eligible for employment with Department of Social Services (the department), you must be an Australian citizen. An applicant's suitability for employment with the Department will be assessed through a pre-employment screening process. This will include an identity and criminal history background check.Eligibility to obtain an Australian Government Security Clearance:
The suitable applicant must also obtain and maintain a security clearance conducted by the Australian Government Security Vetting Agency (AGSVA).

Applicants also must be able to establish their background as checkable to be considered eligible for a security clearance. Any gaps or periods of time spent overseas for 12 or more months (cumulative) that cannot be verified by an Australian referee is deemed uncheckable, rendering the applicant ineligible for a security clearance. Background history must cover 5 / 10 years (Baseline / Negative Vet 1 or Negative Vet 2) of employment, education, residential, criminal history and anything else specified by the AGSVA. The suitable applicant must be willing to disclose all relevant and required information to fulfil this process.