New Town, Hobart TAS
$115,000 – $125,000 per year
The Police Association of Tasmania (PAT) represents the professional and industrial interests of police officers in Tasmania. The Deputy Director position identifies opportunities to proactively advance the agenda of the PAT and develop strategies to achieve its objectives. The Deputy Director provides specialised advice on issues including industrial relations, regulatory matters, legislation, health and safety, formulation of strategic direction and delivery of outcomes. The position is a full-time contract position for two years with the potential for permanency after that time. The position is based in Hobart and the salary range is $115,000-$125,000 plus other entitlements. For the position description and any enquiries, please contact the PAT during working hours (03) 62781900 or electronically to email@example.com.
The position enjoys the flexibility with working hours to be negotiated with the successful applicant, free on site parking at New Town, a motor vehicle is supplied with the position and it attracts TOIL hours.
Candidates to apply in writing with a covering letter (maximum three pages), resume and also capability statement addressing key selection criteria (maximum five pages) by 5pm on 19 January 2024. Please contact the PAT office for a copy of the application package. Material is to be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicants submitted without a cover letter and capability statement will not be considered.
Applicants with a legal or policing background are highly encouraged to apply. Be prepared to undertake in-person panel interviews with the selection committee in the first week of February 2024.
The successful applicant will be required to submit a National Police Check and sign a confidentiality agreement.
Anticipate commencement of duties in late February/ March 2024
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