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Aps Level 5 Parliamentary Officer, Ministerial And Parliamentary Services Branch

Australian Government - Department of Health - Barton, ACT

Government, Defence & Emergency
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APS Level 5
$76,009 to $82,200
Woden, ACT

As an APS 5 officer you will be accountable for undertaking a range of procedural, operational and administrative tasks and activities. You will be accountable to organise your own work and deliver in accordance with your team leader’s advice and team plans.

As the position(s) will play a role in delivering key outcomes for the branch, depending upon the role, your key responsibilities could include the following:
  • Ministerial Correspondence: processing incoming/outgoing correspondence and briefing processes for portfolio Ministers.
  • Processing referrals managed through the workflow of Parliamentary Document Management System (PDMS), as well as drafting and sending responses on behalf of the Department of Health.
  • Completing quality checks on parliamentary documentation to ensure only the highest standard is provided to Ministerial offices and the Departmental Executive.
  • Parliamentary Coordination: facilitate various functions such as; Senate Estimates, Questions on Notice (QoNs), Question Time Briefing (QTBs) and the Parliamentary Committee Inquiry process.
  • Share responsibility for the outputs and work delivery of other team members, ensuring more junior staff are appropriately developed and contributing to the goals and priorities of the team.
  • Experience in, or willingness and capacity to learn the following will be highly regarded:
o PDMS
o Parliamentary procedures
o Engagement with Minister’s offices
o Interest in parliament and functions of parliament.