ASD is looking to fill a number of positions in its Intelligence Division. The positions provide broad exposure to ASD operations with staff directly supporting ASD's mission.
ASD offers challenging and dynamic technical and operational work environments. Your efforts will provide direct support to federal and state government agencies, industries and the community by assisting them in their decision-making processes.
We are seeking applicants who are inquisitive, have analytical minds and embrace problem-solving. Successful applicants will have superior communication skills, be proactive and be able to achieve outcomes despite time constraints and variable resources.
ASD will develop and train you, helping you to build a solid foundation for a diverse and rewarding career. There will be on-the-job training, along with opportunities to attend relevant courses and conferences to assist you in developing your skills and achieving your goals.
ASD places great value in its employees, ensuring they enjoy a career as part of a team that embraces diversity. We support families, offer parental outreach programs and promote flexible working arrangements.
ASD is committed to being a respectful and inclusive workplace that encourages different ages, backgrounds, cultures, physical abilities and religions.
Note: Candidates will need to be available to undergo online testing between Monday 29 April and Sunday 5 May 2019. Online assessments are conducted via an external provider.
These positions offer 15.4% superannuation and a competitive salary.
Further enquiries about the position can be made to the contact officer on (02) 6265 0330.
Unsuccessful candidates will be notified in writing. No feedback will be provided to candidates who are not interviewed.
Applications close 28 April 2019.