There are a wide range of challenging and interesting opportunities in ASIS, using your education and experience in operations or corporate areas.
As An Executive Officer (EO), depending on classification, you will provide a range of timely and confidential strategic advice, manage communications and implement strategies to support a Division or Group Senior Executive.
Level 6 $96,652-$111,390, EL1 $120,676-$140,992 plus superannuation
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As an Executive Assistant, you will provide a full range of timely and confidential administrative and executive support to the Senior Executive Service (SES). As the first point of contact for internal and external clients, you are the face of the executive team and will manage the office within a discreet security environment.
$80,775 - $111,390
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