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About Australian Department of Home Affairs

Who we are ​The Department of Immigration and Border Protection is responsible for immigration and customs border policy. Vision We aspire to be Australia’s trusted global gateway. We will be the conduit through which legitimate travellers, migrants, potential citizens and goods can pass, and we will also be able to close the gate against those who intend to circumvent our border controls. Our mission is to protect Australia’s border and manage the ​movement of people and goods across it. We manage the Migration Programme, the Humanitarian Programme, Australian citizenship, trade and customs, offshore maritime security and revenue collection. Our operational enforcement arm, the Australian Border Force, is responsible for our investigations, compliance and immigration detention operations, across our air and seaports and land and maritime domains. Our work supports the Australian Government to achieve: •strong national security •a strong economy •a prosperous and cohesive society. The work we do touches every part of Australian life—industry and commerce, trade and travel, our national security, protecting our community and enforcing our laws, the security of our offshore maritime resources and environment, and collecting revenue for the Australian Government. We have offices in every Australian state and territory, and in 52 locations around the globe. Source: this is an extract from the company’s own website.

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Latest jobs at Australian Department of Home Affairs

APS3 and APS4 Executive Assistant roles
  • APS3 and APS4 Executive Assistant roles
  • A range of locations across our ACT sites
  • Key support roles to our senior leadership team

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APS3 and APS4 Executive Assistant roles
  • APS3 and APS4 Executive Assistant roles
  • A range of locations across our ACT sites
  • Key support roles to our senior leadership team

ACT