The Office of the Privacy Commissioner is an equal employment opportunity employer and encourages applicants from a diversity of backgrounds. It works across business, government and the public to promote a culture in which personal information is protected and respected. Key functions of the Office include investigating complaints about alleged breaches of privacy and examining practices, polices and new legislation for its effect on privacy.
We are currently recruiting for two roles:
This is an important educational role, promoting public understanding of individual privacy and data protection. In an increasingly digital and technological world, privacy-related issues generate high levels of public interest and debate and the Office’s communications team is key to the organisation’s work. Apply here.
A significant part of the work of the Office of the Privacy Commissioner is its policy function. It provides advice to both government and the private sector, and leads thinking about the privacy implications of new proposals, including information sharing and new technologies. As a Policy Adviser, you will have a unique opportunity to work in this broad reaching and highly topical area. Apply here.