11 June 2024

Latest job vacancies in the Public Sector

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Department of the Treasury

Royal Australian Mint
Mint Systems and Quality
Work Health and Safety Manager
Job type: Full-time, Ongoing
Location: Deakin, ACT
Salary: $116,634 – $130,019
Classification: Executive Level 1
Position number: 1007
Security clearance: Baseline
Applications close: Wednesday, 12 June, 2024
Agency website: https://www.ramint.gov.au

  • Providing technical advice on a range of unique, complex, and high-risk health and safety matters such as hazardous chemicals, hazardous materials, public safety, plant and equipment, and infrastructure.
  • Contributing to the development, implementation and review of WHS management system documentation to ensure legislative and regulatory compliance.
  • Implementing WHS initiatives to continually improve the effectiveness of work health and safety, and monitor the achievement of performance objectives.
  • Providing advice and technical expertise to build capability and enable sustained and continual improvements.
  • Conducting incident investigation and risk management activities, and monitoring and analysing WHS data to identify trends, emerging issues and improvement opportunities, and report on performance.
  • Conducting WHS risks assessments.
  • Conducting research, interpreting, and applying legislation and preparing draft
  • Coordinating health-monitoring activities and service providers who provide hygiene
  • Coordinating Health and Safety Committee-related activities, including provision of secretariat and technical support.
  • Providing training on WHS matters or coordinating external providers in their delivery of training.
  • Coordinating first aid services.

Position contact: Teagan Payne
Telephone: (02) 6202 8723.

Department of Finance

Digital Transformation Agency (DTA)
Digital Investment, Advice & Sourcing
Digital Sourcing Whole-of-Government Arrangements
Contract Manager and Category Manager
Job type: Full-time, Ongoing; Non-ongoing
Location: Canberra, ACT; Sydney, NSW
Salary: $92,297 – $132,442
Classification: APS Level 6; Executive Level 1
Position number: 108_05/24
Security clearance: Baseline
Applications close: Wednesday, 12 June, 2024
Agency website: https://www.dta.gov.au
Duties: APS6 – Contract Manager

  • Develop and maintain strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Provide guidance and advice to stakeholders on our whole-of-government arrangements.
  • Manage a small ICT Operations Team and provide ongoing support and training to members of the team and the wider DTA.
  • Assist with reporting activities in relation to supplier performance, licence compliance, customer satisfaction and market intelligence.
  • Assist in discovery work for procurement planning, tendering and contract formation activities, ensuring compliance with legislation, policies, processes and procedures.
  • Maintain and enhance contract management and procurement procedures and frameworks.

EL1 – Category Manager

  • Lead a team to ensure the delivery of customer-focused services and effective and efficient management of one or more arrangements.
  • Provide specialised procurement and contract management advice and support to internal and external stakeholders.
  • Manage reporting activities in relation to supplier performance, licence compliance, customer satisfaction and market intelligence.
  • Lead discovery work for procurement planning, tendering and contract formation activities, ensuring compliance with legislation, policies, processes and procedures.
  • Develop and maintain strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders, including effectively managing inquiries, issues, disputes, variations and risks.
  • Train and develop others to manage all elements of the arrangements, along with ensuring staff are documenting or updating Standard Operating Procedures.
  • Play a lead role with cyber security on incident responses.
  • Effectively work alongside key stakeholders, with an understanding of Australian Government cyber security policies, a focus on Essential 8 maturity.

Position contact: Nikolina Marcinko
Telephone: 0447 122 034.

Department of Defence

Defence People Group
Joint Health Command
Logistics Officer
Job type: Full-time, Ongoing
Location: Amberley, QLD
Salary: $67,339 – $74,197
Classification: APS Level 3
Position number: DPG/04412/24
Security clearance: Baseline
Applications close: Thursday, 13 June, 2024
Agency website: https://defencecareers.nga.net.au
Duties: The Joint Health Unit, South Queensland (JHU-SQ) is looking for a highly motivated, outcomes-focused Logistics Officer to join its dynamic team.

Are you excited about being an integral part of a team that enables the ADF?
Do you want to be part of a team that supports the majority of ADF members?
If so, this may be the role for you!

Within the Amberley Health Centre, the APS 3 Logistics Officer is an important member and is accountable, under limited direction, to perform and achieve straightforward logistics inventory management work within an integrated workforce.

They are accountable for understanding and complying with relevant legislative frameworks, policy, government decision-making and Defence’s mission.

The APS 3 Logistics Officer will establish and implement priorities and procedures, while exercising some autonomy about how their work is performed.

They may prioritise and manage their workflow and produce work that is subject to routine monitoring. They may undertake specialist, procedural, administrative support or operational tasks, including some basic research and analysis activities to support JHU-SQ.

The APS 3 Logistics Officer may be required to provide some limited supervision to a multi-faceted team as well as provide on-the-job training to team members. The APS 3 Logistics Officer may be required to liaise and apply standard procedures to meet internal and external stakeholder requirements to achieve JHU-SQ and Defence goals.

They will be accountable to contribute towards ongoing self-improvement and professional development.
Position contact: Sean McDonald
Telephone: (07) 3514 0293.

Department of Industry, Science and Resources (DISR)

Physical Metrology
Scientist – Length Standards
Job type: Full-time, Ongoing
Location: Various – VIC
Salary: $95,102 – $104,430
Classification: APS Level 6
Position number: 0944_05/24
Security clearance: Baseline
Applications close: Thursday, 13 June, 2024
Agency website: https://www.industry.gov.au
As our ideal candidate, you will:

  • Be self-motivated and able to work independently.
  • Establish and maintain respectful and productive working relationships.
  • Be competent to deliver and communicate scientific and technical outcomes.
  • Have an aptitude for analysing complex systems and solving complex problems.
  • Demonstrate a work approach and behaviours aligned with NMI’s values of being inclusive, innovative, accountable, adaptable, influential and strategic.
  • Be willing to grow, adapt and develop new skills as required.

In addition, any of the following attributes will be highly considered:

  • Familiarity in the use, calibration or verification of dimensional measuring equipment, particularly 3D Coordinate Measuring Machines (CMMs).
  • Familiarity with engineering drawings and with Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing principles and terminology.
  • Mechanical design and practical workshop skills.
  • Familiarity with an instrument control programming environment such as LabVIEW.

Our department has a commitment to inclusion and diversity, with an ambition of being the best possible place to work. This reflects the importance we place on our people and on creating a workplace culture where each one of us is valued and respected for our contribution. Our ideal candidate adds to this culture and our workplace in their own way.

Working at NMI means you are joining one of the world leaders in measurement science. NMI has a diverse range of roles and priorities that will enable you to learn new skills and expand your career in interesting and exciting ways.

As an APS Level 6 Experimental Scientist, you will:

  • Maintain and develop Australia’s primary standards for length, angle and general dimensional metrology.
  • Contribute to maintaining and developing a range of calibration and measurement services.
  • Contribute to developing and delivering specialised training courses.
  • Deliver length, angle and general dimensional calibrations under an ISO-17025-accredited quality system for industry and research stakeholders.
  • Build relationships with research and industry communities to help identify emerging trends in length and coordinate metrology.
  • Apply your broad physics and engineering skills to contribute to the ongoing research activities of the team.

Position contact: Peter Cox
Telephone: (03) 9644 4906.

Department of Social Services

National Disability Insurance Agency
Chief Information Officer Division Enterprise Architect and Governance
EL2 Director ICT Finance and Vendor Management
Job type: Full-time, Ongoing; Non-ongoing
Location: Various locations – QLD; various locations – VIC; various locations – ACT; various locations – SA, various locations – NSW, various locations – NT, various locations – WA, various locations – TAS
Salary: $136,863 – $155,386
Classification: Executive Level 2
Position number: 0511_03/24_EXT
Applications close: Sunday, 16 June, 2024
Agency website: https://www.ndis.gov.au
Duties: The Director of ICT Finance and Vendor Management is a flexible team member who will demonstrate the agency’s performance expectations, promote APS and agency values and
behaviours, and demonstrate responsible stewardship through effective governance, reporting and resource management.

Additional responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • Managing and prioritising resources, meeting operational requirements, and ensuring that the teams have the necessary tools, equipment and software to perform their roles.
  • Leading and managing multiple Assistant Directors, providing guidance, coaching and mentoring, and enabling effective performance in their roles.
  • Developing and overseeing budgets, financial forecasts and expenditure tracking for ICT initiatives and operations.
  • Identifying opportunities for cost savings and efficiency improvements within ICT operations and projects.
  • Managing contracts and agreements with external vendors and service providers, ensuring compliance, performance evaluation and relationship management.
  • Monitoring vendor performance against agreed-upon metrics and service-level agreements, ensuring quality and value delivery.

Position contact: Arly Fogarty
Telephone: (07) 5501 6568.

Department of Health and Aged Care

Medicines Regulation Division
Scientific Evaluation Branch Biological Science Section
Senior Scientific Evaluator
Job type: Full-time, Ongoing
Location: Fairbairn, ACT; Melbourne, VIC; Brisbane, QLD
Salary: $116,418 – $132,777
Classification: Executive Level 1
Position number: 24-MRDIV-24228
Security clearance: Baseline
Applications close: Sunday, 16 June, 2024
Agency website: https://www.health.gov.au/about-us/work-with-us

As a Senior Scientific Evaluator, you will work as part of the section’s leadership team to contribute to the management and operation of the section. You will lead and/or work with a small professional, specialist or technical team that evaluates applications for therapeutic goods including biological prescription medicines, blood, biologicals, cells and tissues and gene therapies, and prepare and review documents, including recommendations and reports for decisions by delegates.

You will also contribute to the development of standards, guidance documents, standard operating procedures and other scientific and business processes to support ongoing and business improvement activities, and provide high-level professional, specialist and/or technical advice on complex matters related to blood/biological medicines/infectious disease safety/prescription medicine quality/biologicals to a range of internal and external stakeholders.

Strong written and verbal communication skills, particularly in the preparation of scientific reports, are essential.
Position contact: Dennis Dowhan
Telephone: (02) 6289 1313.

Attorney-General’s Department

Australian Federal Police
2025 AFP Directions Program – First Nations Employment Pathway
Job type: Full-time, Ongoing
Location: Canberra, ACT; Sydney, NSW; Perth, WA; Adelaide, SA; Melbourne, VIC; Hobart, TAS; Darwin, NT; Brisbane, QLD
Salary: $59,582 – $59,583
Classification: APS Level 3
Position number: 12894
Security clearance: Negative Vetting 1 (Secret)
Applications close: Sunday, 16 June, 2024
Agency website: https://careers.afp.gov.au
Duties: The AFP Directions Program is an integrated 12-month employment and development program and runs annually from February.

It provides permanent, full-time employment in specialist and support positions in the AFP and gives participants professional development opportunities to have a challenging and rewarding career.

Throughout the structured program, you may work in a number of roles across multiple teams, exposing you to opportunities that will provide the tools and resources you need to begin a fulfilling career at the AFP.

Your work will contribute to, and influence, programs and policies impacting on all Australians, including First Nations families and communities. It also helps ensure the AFP’s workforce is representative of the communities we serve.

As a team member in the AFP, you will be required to contribute to the achievement of outcomes in accordance with the AFP Work Level Standards, the AFP Code of Conduct and the AFP Governance Instruments.

It is expected that successful applicants will deliver on the core responsibilities and meet any requirements of the position as outlined.
Position contact: Emerging Talent Team
Telephone: (02) 5127 2555 (Option 3).

Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications

National Film and Sound Archive of Australia
Collection Digitisation
Film Preservation Specialist
Job type: Full-time, Ongoing; Non-ongoing
Location: Canberra, ACT
Salary: $72,525 – $78,001
Classification: APS Level 4
Position number: 88130
Applications close: Sunday, 16 June, 2024
Agency website: https://www.nfsa.gov.au
Duties: Under general direction, undertake the following duties:

  • In accordance with NFSA standards, perform a wide range of specialised digitisation tasks on film material in the national audiovisual collection to support curatorial priorities and projects.
  • Operate a range of film-cleaning and digital capture equipment, including complex post-production software packages.
  • Physical handling and sustained use with safe handling of fragile film across all formats and gauges, effectively managing risks to preservation material and digitisation equipment.
  • Produce technical documentation, provide informed advice and prepare reports as required.
  • Use a Digital Asset Management System to ingest and move files along with movements of analogue collection material.

Position contact: Dave McGrouther
Telephone: (02) 6248 2154.

Department of Health and Aged Care

Medicines Regulation Division
Complementary and Over the Counter Medicines Branch Listing Compliance Section and Complementary Medicines Evaluation Section
Senior Evaluator and Assistant Director
Job type: Full-time, Ongoing
Location: Melbourne, VIC; Brisbane, QLD; Parramatta, NSW; Fairbairn, ACT
Salary: $116,418 – $132,777
Classification: Executive Level 1
Position number: 24-MRDIV-24294
Security clearance: As required
Applications close: Monday, 17 June, 2024
Agency website: https://www.health.gov.au/about-us/work-with-us
Duties: The roles are responsible for:

  • Leading and managing a team of one to four staff.
  • Planning and monitoring workflow, setting performance goals and taking responsibility for achieving team outcomes.
  • Reviewing risk assessments, technical evaluation reports and decision letters from staff to ensure high regulatory and quality standards are consistently met.
  • Overseeing complex analysis and assessment of the safety, quality and/or efficacy data for listed/assessed listed medicines and their ingredients or registered complementary medicines (RCMs).
  • Making robust and risk-based regulatory decisions and/or recommendations based on critical evaluation of high volumes of information and in-depth knowledge of legislative and administrative frameworks for listed/assessed listed medicines.


  • Liaising and collaborating with internal and external stakeholders to resolve complex and/or sensitive issues in relation to compliance with regulatory requirements. This may include representing the branch at internal or external forums.
  • Providing expert and strategic advice to internal stakeholders on current policy; technical issues related to the quality, safety and efficacy of medicines; solutions to complex regulatory problems; and the management of stakeholder issues.
  • Significantly contributing to the development of the strategic direction of the section to ensure overarching objectives are met on an annual basis.
  • Preparing and taking accountability for timely completion of high-quality correspondence to stakeholders.
  • Leading business improvement and regulatory reform activities.

Email: [email protected]
Telephone: (02) 6289 9180.

Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet

National Indigenous Australians Agency
Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations Legal and Native Title
Senior Native Title Engagement Officer, Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations (ORIC) – Affirmative Measure Indigenous
Job type: Full-time; Part-time, Ongoing; Non-ongoing
Location: Woden, ACT; Brisbane, QLD; Cairns, QLD; Darwin, NT
Salary: $121,717 – $138,722
Classification: Executive Level 1
Position number: NIAA/2024/062 (AMI)
Security clearance: Baseline
Applications close: Sunday, 16 June, 2024
Agency website: https://www.niaa.gov.au
Duties: Our ideal candidate will ensure timely and quality responses to inquiries and complaints using ORIC’s business systems and processes. You must be able to provide information to Indigenous corporations, their members and common law holders regarding complex matters under the CATSI Act and native title legislation.

You will also have experience in interpreting the CATSI Act and native title legislation to ensure corporations are complying with the legislations, policy and regulatory frameworks. You will have the ability to deliver specialist training to assist the Indigenous corporation with targeted governance and native title issues and be comfortable facilitating, observing and/or chairing meetings, representing ORIC in external forums and promoting the role of the registrar and the benefits of the CATSI Act.

You will need to identify opportunities to build PBC capability with skills and processes for managing future disputes and maximising positive outcomes and improved dispute management practices in the sector. Key to your success will be your ability to work collaboratively, forming positive relationships with key stakeholders, communities and corporations to identify the needs and strategies for improving the governance, compliance and sustainability of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations in the region.

Other requirements of the role include:

  • Providing clear and consistent communication delegating responsibility, and guiding and developing people.
  • Developing quality assurance and governance procedures, practices and frameworks.
  • Assessing, evaluating and recommending opportunities that contribute to continuous business improvements for ORIC.
  • Ensuring ORIC services are coordinated, planned and strategically linked to ORICs business objectives to maximise their impact and effectiveness.

The position requires the successful candidate to hold a full driver’s licence without restrictions.

Having experience and/or qualifications in legal practice, native title, alternative dispute resolution, business administration or a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment would be advantageous.
Position contact: Emma Riggs
Telephone: (02) 6150 6222.

Office of National Intelligence

Senior Executive Service Band 1, Digital and Data
Job type: Full-time, Ongoing, Non-ongoing
Location: Barton, ACT
Classification: Senior Executive Service Band 1
Position number: 053_05/24_S
Security clearance: As required
Applications close: Sunday, 16 June, 2024
Agency website: https://www.oni.gov.au/vacancies
Duties: The Office of National Intelligence (ONI) is seeking a highly skilled, motivated and experienced senior digital technology professional to join its new Digital and Data Division. This is an outstanding opportunity for an experienced technology leader to work at the leading edge of technological and data capabilities, help drive ONI’s digital transformation, and provide leadership of strategic initiatives across the National Intelligence Community (NIC).

The role will be a driving force behind ONI’s intelligence and digital strategy, shaping the development of technical capabilities and data initiatives. It demands a balance of visionary leadership and practical execution skills, with responsibilities including identifying and planning for ONI and the NIC’s future technology needs, strengthening ONI and the NIC’s data science capability, and delivering strategic whole-of-community collaboration and partnership.

The successful candidate will harness cloud, data and AI to enable ONI and the NIC to effectively support Australia’s most critical national intelligence priorities.

The core responsibilities of the Assistant Director-General, Digital and Data Division include:

  • Leading a high-performing branch driving whole-of-organisation digital and data capability to ensure ONI harnesses the opportunities that technological advancements present for the organisation and its intelligence mission.
  • Helping identify, shape and deploy innovative data and digital solutions for ONI, including modern, resilient and sustainable ICT services, productivity and automation solutions, tools for analytical capability and intelligence impact, and enabling data-driven decision-making.
  • Providing digital and data leadership for the NIC by pursuing programs and projects that enable intelligence advantage, boost collaboration and interoperability, and drive collective community benefit.
  • As a senior member of ONI’s Digital and Data leadership team, work collaboratively to foster an integrated digital organisational culture, achieve organisational objectives through building foundational data and digital skills, and support faster technology adoption.
  • Support broader organisational objectives and digital and data workforce development, including through attraction, retention and staff development.

Position contact: Beaumont and Beaumont.

NSW Ambulance

Manager Clinical Safety and Quality
Job type: Full-time
Location: State Operations Centre, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW
Salary: $122,850 – $139,559 + super and annual leave loading
Classification: Health Manager Level 3
Applications close: Monday, 17 June, 2024
About the role: The Manager Clinical Safety and Quality, as part of the Clinical Governance team, works with other Clinical Capability, Safety & Quality teams, Clinical Operations and other directorates to facilitate the development and implementation of safety and quality activities in line with Clinical Capability, Safety & Quality key priorities, programs and initiatives to maintain effective patient safety and clinical quality within NSW Ambulance.

The Manager Clinical Safety and Quality is responsible for monitoring clinical key performance indicators (KPIs) as well as other performance targets, and is a key driver for the promotion of a safety culture with a focus on continuous improvement and quality across the organisation.
Position contact: David McLeod
Email: [email protected].


Senior Legal Counsel – Commercial/Contracts
Job type: Full-time
Location: Parramatta, NSW
Applications close: Monday, 17 June, 2024
Agency website: https://www.waternsw.com.au
What you’ll do:

  • Provide strategic and technically sound legal advice to enable WaterNSW to assess legal risks and make sound decisions on complex contractual and commercial matters.
  • Partner with various internal stakeholders through the provision of advice and support in relation to legal and commercial issues, including project delivery.
  • Draft, review and negotiate a wide range of commercial contracts for WaterNSW, including IT/software and data-sharing agreements, construction, professional services and other procurement contracts and a variety of intergovernmental contracts including funding and service agreements.
  • Advise WaterNSW on project-related legal issues, contract interpretation and contractual disputes.
  • Contribute to the development and maintenance of a range of contract templates that support the commercial, operational and strategic objectives of WaterNSW, and assist in the implementation of the templates across the business, including training key staff.

For more information: Talent Acquisition Partner Azmine Amer
Email: [email protected].

Blue Mountains City Council

Contracts & Business Support Officer
Job type: Full-time
Location: Springwood, NSW
Salary: Base salary starting at $74,200 a year gross
Job reference: V24/9306
Applications close: Sunday, 23 June, 2024
Agency website: https://www.bmcc.nsw.gov.au/jobs
The job:
Assist in the procurement, supervision and administration of the council’s Resource Recovery and Waste Service contracts. The objective of this position is to improve the effectiveness and transparency of contract management and procurement practices, ensuring compliance with regulatory and policy requirements within the Resource Recovery & Waste Service. You will also assist in the development and management of branch business systems, budgeting, auditing, invoicing and reporting.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Strong project/contract management and organisational skills and a record of achievement in the delivery of projects.
  • Sound skills in statistical data analysis and service invoicing (tonnage/cost/CPI) for financial year budgeting.
  • Proven interpersonal and communication skills with a wide range of stakeholders (such as staff, contractors, consultants, regulatory bodies and community members), with persuasive and negotiation skills to achieve contracted service objectives.

Job-share arrangements will be considered for the right candidates.
Position contact: Jennifer Plattner
Telephone: 0459 870 538.

Australian Public Service Commission

Parliamentary Workplace Support Service, Program Delivery
Director, PWSS Academy
Job type: Ongoing & Non-ongoing, Full-time or Part-time
Location: Canberra, ACT
Salary: $144,862 – $162,855
Classification: Executive Level 2
Position number: 00043025
Job reference: 24_36
Security clearance: As required
Applications close: Saturday, 16 June, 2024
Agency website: https://apsc.nga.net.au
About the team: The PWSS Academy was established in April 2024 to deliver an innovative, integrated and interconnected suite of professional development activities for parliamentarians and their staff.

Content is presented across diverse learning formats such as in-person classes, face-to-screen workshops, on-demand content, recorded vignettes, micro learns, checklists, factsheets and templates. In addition, the academy promotes broader education activities such as executive coaching, studies assistance and ad-hoc training reimbursement to allow flexibility for learning preferences.

About the role: The Director, PWSS Academy is responsible for leading the strategic approach to the delivery of evidence-based education and engagement programs. The Director leads a team of learning and development professionals while undertaking work that requires a high level of complexity, sensitivity and independence, including:

  • Developing and driving contemporary, best-practice learning solutions via a number of channels, using evaluation and data to support capability uplift.
  • Providing high-quality education on relevant legislation, including the Commonwealth Members of Parliament Staff Enterprise Agreement 2020-23 (the EA), the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1988 (SRC Act), Work Health and Safety Act 2011 (WHS Act), and the Fair Work Act 2009 (FW Act).
  • Preparing timely, high-quality written material regarding sensitive and complex employment matters for a range of stakeholders, which may include senior executives, governance committees and other stakeholders.
  • Maintaining key reporting mechanisms with detailed data analytics and insights.
  • Contributing to reform work to implement recommendations of the Set the Standard Report.
  • Fostering and maintaining effective stakeholder relationships with parliamentarians and MOP(S) Act employees, senior executives and colleagues of the Department of Finance, the Independent Parliamentary Expense Authority and the parliamentary departments.
  • Other duties as required.

Position contact: Scott Mischke
Telephone: (02) 6202 3850.
Email: [email protected].

Department of Health and Aged Care

Independent Health & Aged Care Pricing Authority
Hospital Policy and Classification Branch
Classification Manager, AR-DRG Development – Hospital Policy and Classification Branch
Job type: Full-time, Ongoing
Location: Sydney, NSW
Salary: $116,418 – $132,777
Classification: Executive Level 1
Position number: 24-IHACPADIV-24279
Security clearance: As required
Applications close: Thursday, 20 June, 2024
Agency website: https://www.health.gov.au/about-us/work-with-us/current-vacancies
Duties: The role primarily relates to the program management of AR-DRG development, where knowledge and operational experience of the underpinning ICD-10-AM/ACHI/ACS development is essential.
Responsibilities include:

  • AR-DRG classification program management.
  • Contributing to the development of AR-DRGs, in particular as it relates to ICD-10-AM/ACHI/ACS development.
  • Collaborating to ensure the interdependencies between ICD-10-AM/ACHI/ACS and AR-DRGs are understood and considered in classification development.
  • Working with the Classification Manager, Education to develop educational content for AR-DRGs.
  • Managing the Diagnosis Related Groups Technical Group (DTG).
  • Providing advice and support to other sections within IHACPA as it relates to ICD-10-AM/ACHI/ACS and AR-DRGs.
  • Other tasks as required relating to classification development for the section.

Position contact: Anne Elsworthy
Telephone: (02) 8215 1198.

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