Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development
The Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development is a dynamic, high-performing organisation achieved through cooperation, a shared vision, transparent information exchange, appropriate sharing of responsibility, and accountability.
The Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development contributes to the wellbeing of all Australians by assisting the Government to: promote, evaluate, plan and invest in infrastructure; foster an efficient, sustainable, competitive, safe and secure transport system; and ensure a strong and liveable Australia by focusing on effective local government and external territories administration and regional development that enables communities to achieve economic and social dividends.
The Department maintains a strong commitment to the continual development of our staff through a range of formal training, study assistance and role based capability development activities. We value our people, their abilities and diversity.
The Department has a dedicated Disability Contact Officer 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