Job Opportunity at the Australian Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights

by | May 22, 2019

The Australian Department of the Senate is currently recruiting for a Principal Research Officer to support the work of the Australian Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights (PJCHR). The role involves drafting reports and providing advice in relation to international human rights law and the human rights compatibility of legislation to the PJCHR. The role is based at Parliament House in Canberra and is for a 12 month period. The full position description and how to apply (including eligibility requirements) are available here. Salary AUD$112,294 – $125,785. Applications close on Sunday 2 June 2019 (Australian Eastern Standard Time).

If you would like further information about the role, please contact the PJCHR secretariat at Human.rights@aph.gov.au.

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