To ensure that all Electorate Officers have the capabilities to undertake this critical role, our approach to recruitment and selection is guided by capabilities and merit to ensure a fair and equitable process.
Whether you’re a media and communications specialist, an office manager, social worker or policy expert, or have a keen interest in parliamentary procedure and processes, we want to hear from you.
Ready to be an Electorate Officer? Here’s how we find the best people for the role.
1. Let's connect
Following a review of your application, you may be invited to interview. The interview panel will want to get to know you and hear more about your skills, story and experience. They will ask you questions relating to the key selection criteria for the position.
To demonstrate your suitability for the role, you may also be invited to complete an activity as part of the interview process.
2. Check point
Following the interview, the selection panel will deliberate. If you progress to the next stage, we will ask your consent to complete at least two reference checks, as well as a National Name (Police) Check and a Working with Children Check.
As part of the selection process, you may be asked to complete an online compentency or skills assessment.
3. Keeping in touch
We value the time and effort of every applicant and want to ensure that they have a positive experience.
We will let you know the outcome of your application and will endeavour to keep in touch throughout the process.