Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities
The Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities is at the forefront of the Australian Government's efforts to secure the nation's economic future and improve living standards. We do this by building stronger communities through major infrastructure planning, investment advice and delivery, transport system reform and strategic development of policies and programs.
This includes managing some of Australia's most significant infrastructure projects which impact the wider community, including regulating airports, implementing the Smart Cities Plan, developing the Nancy-Bird Walton Airport in Western Sydney and establishing the Inland Rail.
The department values its people, their abilities and diversity. It maintains a strong commitment to the continual development of its staff through a range of on-the-job support initiatives as well as through a range of formal and informal training opportunities, study assistance and role based capability development activities.
The department has a dedicated Diversity and Inclusion Advisor who can provide information and assistance to people with disability who may be considering applying for positions with the department. Please email or call 02 6274 6161.
For further information about working for the department, please visit:http://www.infrastructure.gov.au