Advisers, Office Of The National Data Commissioner (Various Positions)

Advisers, Office Of The National Data Commissioner (Various Positions)

Australian Government Department Of Finance | australian capital territory, ACT, AU

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Governance & Resource Management Group / The Office of the National Data Commissioner Division / Policy, Regulation and Legal Branch
APS 5 ($80,131 - $89,912) / APS 6 ($88,157 - $107,593) | Ongoing | Full-time
Canberra, ACT
ABOUT THE OFFICE OF THE NATIONAL DATA COMMISSIONER
The National Data Commissioner is the regulator of the DATA Scheme and provides advice and guidance about its operation. The Commissioner also delivers education and support for best practice data sharing and handling. The ONDC sits within the Department of Finance and supports the Commissioner to deliver these functions.
The positions responsibilities include:

Communications, Outreach and Governance
Data Sharing Implementation
Accreditation
Policy development and Compliance.
For more information about the ONDC, please see:
ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITIES
We are seeking a number of Advisers at the APS5 and APS6 levels, with skills in digital service delivery, policy and programs, communications and engagement, and Data management to join the Office of the National Data Commissioner (ONDC).
This is an exciting opportunity to join the team responsible for implementing the Data Availability and Transparency Act 2022. The Act establishes a new, best practice scheme for sharing Australian Government data, underpinned by strong safeguards and simplified, efficient processes.
DETAILED VACANCY INFORMATION
For detailed information about these roles, including the job specific capabilities, please refer to the downloadable vacancy pack, which can be accessed by clicking the hyperlink at the bottom of this page.
ELIGIBILITY ADVICE & CANDIDATE NOTES

Under section 22(8) of the Public Service Act 1999, employees must be Australian citizens to be employed in the Australian Public Service (APS) unless the Agency Head has agreed otherwise, in writing.
Successful applicants will be required to undergo the process to obtain and maintain, or continue to hold the required security clearance level for the role as indicated in the downloadable job pack. All Finance staff are required to have a minimum baseline security clearance prior to commencement.