We employ people from a range of professional disciplines to deliver our investigative, research and information delivery services, and work with national and international partners to to stop criminals exploiting emerging opportunities and perceived gaps in law enforcement information.
We support merit-based employment in accordance with the Public Service Act 1999 and we participate in the Indigenous Australian Government Development Program (IAGDP).
We are committed to building a diverse workforce and providing a supportive inclusive and respectful work environment.
We welcome people with different skills, experiences, perspectives and backgrounds, and encourage applications from Indigenous Australians, people with disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and mature-age people.
For us, workplace diversity means respecting and valuing the skills and experiences that everyone brings to the workplace. It means creating a workplace environment where everyone feels valued, respected, connected and accepted and is able to fully contribute. We have workplace diversity strategies and plans to build and develop a workforce that embraces diversity of gender, age, culture, religion, launguageor personal circumstances.
Our Reconciliation Action Plan 2018–20 (RAP) outlines specific actions our agency is taking to address imbalance and foster respectful and productive relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in all aspects of our business. The RAP also represents our commitment to ‘closing the gap’ and reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.
If you have any questions about recruitment or need special assistance at any stage of the selection process email our recruitment team: recruitment [at] acic.gov.au
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