NACC employees are engaged under the Public Service Act 1999 (Cth).
To work with us you must:
- be an Australian citizen
- pass a National Police Check
- obtain and maintain an Australian Government security clearance
- not have received and Australian Public Service (APS) redundancy within a restricted period.
All NACC staff require a security clearance. The level of clearance depends on the role.
If you do not hold a valid security clearance you will need to undergo a security clearance by the Australian Government Security Vetting Agency (see AGSVA website).
If we select you as a preferred candidate, we’ll send you the forms for the police check and security clearance.
Our recruitment processes involve 3 stages:
You must register, complete an application form and submit your resume via NACC’s Online Recruitment System.
An information pack for each position is available on the Current vacancies page. It tells you what you need to include in your application and the closing date.
If you progress to interview stage, we will contact you to arrange an interview.
The selection process may include:
- an interview with a selection panel (usually with 2-3 panel members)
- reference checks (with at least one from a current supervisor)
- a skills assessment
If we select you as the preferred candidate, we will make you a conditional offer of employment. The offer will be conditional on you satisfactorily completing NACC’s pre-employment screening process.
If you proceed through this process, we will make you a formal offer, including a proposed salary and commencement date. We will provide information about your employment conditions and other relevant employment and security documentation.
If your application is unsuccessful we will notify you by email once the recruitment process has been finalised.
We collect personal information from you when you apply for a job at NACC.