Careers @ the Australian Crime Commission
The Australian Crime Commission (ACC) employs a variety of staff, encompassing three broad areas. The major functional work areas and just a handful of the positions we recruit to are listed below:
- Serious Organised Crime—delivering criminal intelligence and investigation services
- People and Business Support—providing key enabling services to the ACC including people management, legal, ICT and finance
- Performance and Stakeholder Relations—providing advice and assistance to the agency via strategic policy, communications and media, and business reporting.
The APS is a career-based public service that:
- provides a workplace free from discrimination, patronage and favouritism; and
- recognises the diversity of the Australian community and fosters diversity in the workplace.
The ACC is committed to fostering a diverse workforce by attracting and recruiting people from diverse backgrounds. The ACC will revise our Workforce Diversity Plan in 2013/2014.
Further information can be found on the Australian Public Service Commission website.
All current vacancies and associated documentation is available on the ACC Online eRecruit website.
Interested in a career with the ACC?
People join the ACC either through a general recruitment activity, as particular jobs become available or by way of secondment from another government agency or state police force. From time to time the ACC uses contractor staff for highly specialist and/or urgent staffing requirements.
To be eligible to work with us you must:
- be an Australian citizen
- be willing to undergo a medical examination if applicable
- undertake a security assessment to the requisite standard
- have completed the ‘redundancy benefit period’ if you received a redundancy benefit from an Australian Public Service (APS) agency or a non-APS Commonwealth employer. (Effective 1 March 2009, the period of exclusion from engagement or ‘redundancy benefit period’ will now be linked to the level of the redundancy benefit received by an individual. The ‘redundancy benefit period’ is to be calculated by dividing the amount of the person’s redundancy benefit (gross amount in dollars) by the person’s weekly salary that was used to calculate the benefit.)
Have a question? Contact the ACC Recruitment team at firstname.lastname@example.org.