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Job Title : Senior Ministerial & Project Officer


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Western Australia Police Force

Senior Ministerial & Project Officer

Position Number: Pool Ref 00442

Level/Salary: Level 5, $89,047 - $97,994 p.a. (PSCSAA 2019)

Work Type: Permanent - Part Time, Permanent - Full Time, Fixed Term - Part Time, Fixed Term - Full Time

Branch: Executive Ministerial Services

Location: East Perth

Closing Date: 2021-06-10 4:00 PM

This is a pool recruitment process (Ref 00442). This pool will run for a period of 12 months and may be used to fill ongoing fixed term contracts, secondments, acting/relieving and permanent opportunities (full and part time).

Currently there are 2 full-time permanent positions available.


These positions produce reports and project documentation to support the Western Australia Police Force (WA Police Force) governance, strategic initiatives, programs and projects. Provides input to the development of governance arrangements and administration. Actively participates in and contributes to planning, projects and initiatives to ensure alignment with the WA Police Force objectives. Assists in the coordination and preparation of urgent advice and contentious briefing notes required by the WA Police Executive, Minister or Premier. Researches and prepares draft correspondence of a contentious or highly sensitive or complex nature. Coordinates and quality controls responses to parliamentary and ministerial enquiries, national policing and intergovernmental meetings and committees. Monitors and reports on the key performance indicators of the work unit.


It is a requirement that the position holders are successful in obtaining and maintaining a NEGATIVE VETTING LEVEL 1 security clearance for the duration of their appointment in the position. Only Australian Citizens are eligible to hold and maintain the NEGATIVE VETTING LEVEL 1 security clearance. Any applicants who are currently not an Australian Citizen must be aware that this is an essential requirement to fulfil this position (please refer to the attached position description). Whilst there is nothing to preclude applicants from applying for the position if they have not yet been granted Australian Citizenship, applicants who are successful should be aware that they cannot be appointed unless they are in the process of applying for Australian Citizenship and are eligible to receive a waiver.


Please ensure you complete, sign and scan the Integrity Check Consent Form (refer attached) and submit it along with your application (the integrity check consent form is not required for current WA Police Force employees).

Applicants are asked to address the following nominated work related requirements in no more than three (3) pages:

  1. Government processes, protocols and procedures - Knowledge of government processes, protocols and procedures relating to ministerial and parliamentary, national policing, intergovernmental and executive and governance matters. Preparing sensitive, contentious or complex ministerial and executive responses in accordance with established protocols. Providing advice on government processes and protocols to staff. Quality controlling agency responses.
  2. Conceptual, analytical and research skills - Conceptualising and analysing information to provide advice and recommendations. Lateral thinking and developing solutions to complex problems. Reviewing, and applying legislation, policy and procedure. Coordinating and reviewing documentation on complex matters., Undertaking research, reviewing trends and analysis, evaluating findings and presenting possible solutions with minimal direction.
  3. Ability to work in a team - Contributing to a positive work environment. Understanding and contributing to positive work place change. Providing support and guidance to others, applying flexibility to assist others and work collaboratively.

Applicants are also required to submit a Comprehensive Curriculum Vitae (CV). Your CV should provide enough detail (dot points are sufficient) to allow the selection panel to assess your skills and experience relevant to the Key Accountabilities of the attached Position Description Form.

The CV must also include the names and contact details of two (2) referees who can comment on the applicant's ability to satisfy all of the Essential Work Related Requirements. Applicants should nominate at least one immediate (most contemporary) supervisor/manager unless exceptional circumstances exist.

Please note: For applicants deemed suitable, all Essential Work Related Requirements listed in the Position Description Form will be assessed at some stage during the selection process.


In addition to these two (2) vacancies, a POOL is being created to fill future vacancies that may arise within the metropolitan area. This POOL will remain active for a period of twelve (12) months from the initial appointment. Applicants who are assessed as 'suitable' at the completion of this process, will be placed in the POOL and may be considered for future permanent and temporary vacancies as they become available.

Once an applicant within the POOL accepts a permanent vacancy offer within the metropolitan area, that applicant will be removed from the POOL. Applicants who accept a temporary vacancy will remain in the POOL.

The recommended applicants for these positions will have the opportunity for further training and development.

Integrity and criminal checks will be conducted if the recommended applicants for these positions are not current WA Police Force employees. Any relocation costs associated with appointment to these positions may be the responsibility of the successful applicants.


The WA Police Force is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages Aboriginal Australians, young people, people with a disability, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and women to apply for positions within our agency. The Department also promotes flexible family friendly work practices.

Throughout the recruitment process we provide reasonable adjustments to allow people with a disability to participate effectively. Reasonable adjustments can also be made available to assist you in the job, if you are successful in gaining employment.

Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) is a vital component within WA Police Force. Safety is a partnership between the employer and their employees and it relies on all of us working together to ensure that everyone is safe in their working environment, which enables them to go home safely. We incorporate safety in every part of our business and it is an integral part of the decision-making process.


Please contact Ms Judith Suleman on telephone number (08) 9222 1903.


Applicants are requested to apply online. To apply online, you must have a valid email address and be ready to attach your comprehensive electronic resume, integrity check form (if required) and any additional attachments as requested in the "APPLICATION PROCESS" section of the advertisement. Please select the "APPLY FOR JOB" button at the top/bottom of this advertisement. Should you encounter any problems lodging your online application please contact Police Staff Selection and Deployment on (08) 6229 5772 during business hours (8am to 4pm, Monday - Friday), prior to the specified closing time.


Application packages and the Position Description Form are attached below.

Should you experience difficulties downloading these documents, press 'F5' or the 'refresh' icon. If you have any further issues, please contact Police Staff Selection and Deployment on the above mentioned telephone number.

Attachments: - gen 342 senior ministerial & projects officer lvl 5.pdf
- integrity check application & consent form (general) - feb 21.docx
- job application package.pdf