Policy roles at DPC
DPC offers roles in a variety of interest areas across Strategy & Delivery and Transformation as well as Aboriginal Affairs, Cabinet, Create NSW, Heritage and the Premier’s Implementation Unit.
DPC rely on a diverse and motivated group of people in Premier and Cabinet to drive delivery and innovation. As the central government agency we attract people who are passionate and committed to making a difference for the communities in which they live. We strive to make ourselves an employer that offers flexible work practices, meaningful and challenging work, and a collaborative and supportive working environment. We champion gender equality and diverse voices, reflecting the community we serve.
Applying for a policy role
Policy roles at DPC are filled by recruitment pool candidates.
The Public Service Commission (PSC) runs recruitment campaigns to identify talented candidates for policy roles across the public sector. DPC accesses this pool when vacancies in our policy area become available.
Policy roles included in this recruitment process
- Assistant Policy Officer (Clerk Grade 5/6)
- Policy Officer (Clerk Grade 7/8)
- Senior Policy Officer (Clerk Grade 9/10)
- Principal Policy Officer (Clerk Grade 11/12).
If working at DPC is part of your career plan and you are passionate about making a difference for the NSW community, visit the PSC recruitment pools page for more information and to apply.
The recruitment process is competitive and will require you to perform at your best through a series of assessments.
If you are successfully placed in the PSC policy recruitment pool, you may be identified for a possible role in DPC at any time for up to 12 months.
Candidates may be asked to attend a further interview at DPC and reference checks will be conducted before any offer is extended.