Australian War Memorial Enterprise Agreement

Memorial staff contribute significantly to their outstanding achievements and in return benefit from a satisfying and rewarding work environment, with competitive rates of pay, excellent training and training opportunities and a series of flexible terms and conditions of employment that help employees balance their work and family obligations. More details on the terms and conditions of employment are set out in the Memorial Teamwork Agreement (PDF file 740KB) The Australian War Memorial is an exciting and innovative place to work; It is at the forefront of modern museology and exploration of Australian military history. The Memorial`s world-class exhibits can be found in the country`s most revered memorial, located on a beautifully landscaped site at the foot of Mount Ainslie. The Memorial is committed to diversity in the workplace and maintains an environment that values the contribution of people from different backgrounds, experiences and perspectives. The Memorial welcomes applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Icelanders, veterans, mature people, people from diverse backgrounds and people with disabilities. To be eligible for current or non-current employment, Australian citizenship is required. Memorial staff are expected to model the following behaviors: please indicate in the “Justice and Diversity” section of the application form if you wish to opt for RecruitAbility. You must check the “Opt in” box to participate in RecruitAbility. If you simply declare that you have a disability, you will not automatically be included.

All Memorial staff are required to abide by the values and code of conduct of the Australian Public Service and the Australian War Memorial Code for the National Collection. Executive Officer, Council and Corporate Services – SPG 6 Among the many benefits of your job you will find free parking, two on-site cafes, an active and friendly social club and proximity to sports fields and Civic (Canberra shopping and commercial centre). Where else in the world can one work in an award-winning institution, amidst such an extraordinary collection of national treasures, including military heraldiks and technological objects, priceless works of art, official war recordings, photographs, sound recordings, film equipment, diaries and other personal effects? The work at the Memorial also offers the opportunity to pay tribute to the men and women who have sacrificed so much in the service of the nation. The Australian War Memorial is committed to supporting the employment and career development of people with disabilities. Our participation in APS RecruitAbility means that we put a candidate with a disability in another phase of the recruitment process, during which they opt for RecruitAbility and meet the minimum vacancy requirements. It`s a privilege to work at the Memorial, so don`t miss your chance. Now apply!. . .

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