Employment vacancies

The NFSA welcomes applicants from all backgrounds and encourages Indigenous Australians, people with a disability and people from diverse cultural backgrounds to apply for roles in the NFSA.

The NFSA has a Workplace Diversity Program (PDF, 380 KB) that guides the NFSA in attracting, recruiting, developing and retaining a culturally diverse workforce and restates our commitment to provide staff with a supportive work environment that is free from discrimination and bullying. The NFSA also strives to be a socially inclusive organisation. It is the responsibility of all NFSA employees to implement this Program.

Find more information on how to apply or add your details to the non-ongoing (temporary) employment register.

On 31 October 2013, the Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Public Service, Senator the Hon. Eric Abetz, announced interim recruiting arrangements for the Australian Public Service. As a result of these arrangements the NFSA has halted all recruitment processes. Further information regarding the interim arrangements is available here: http://www.apsc.gov.au/home/latest-news/interim-arrangements

Sound Curator (89421): EL 1, Ongoing, $94,662 - $101,250 pa

Canberra, Sound & Broadcast

The NFSA requires a Sound Curator to provide high level and strategic curatorship of the audiovisual collection.

For more information please contact Matthew Davies (matthew.davies@nfsa.gov.au or 02 6248 2040).

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Curatorial Officer, Radio (88093): APS 4, Ongoing, $61,316 - $65,417 pa

Melbourne, Sound & Broadcast

The NFSA requires a Curatorial Officer to acquire radio programs and contribute to the interpretation and presentation of key elements of the radio collection, in accordance with curatorial policy and practices.

For more information please contact Helen Tully (helen.tully@nfsa.gov.au or 03 8638 1504).

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Technology Services: Systems Administrator (89384): APS 6, Ongoing, $74,884 - $83,603 pa plus superannuation

Canberra, Collection Stewardship

Working as part of a small team of technical staff, the Systems Administrator will be responsible for the support and maintenance of backend servers, dealing with escalated helpdesk tickets for them, scripting maintenance tasks and implementing service desk procedures to support these systems.

For more information please contact Michael Smith (michael.smith@nfsa.gov.au or 02 6248 2009).

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