Why join the AMC?
The AMC’s purpose is to ensure that standards of education, training and assessment of the medical profession protect and promote the health of the Australian Community. The AMC successfully performs this role through its team of highly skilled, professional and committed staff. There are opportunities to contribute your own skills and knowledge to the ongoing development of a high performing organisation.
The AMC aims to create a culture that values, promotes and benefits from diversity. The AMC recognises that it has a diverse workforce and is committed to ensuring that its people policies and practices are transparent and equitable. Workplace diversity involves recognising the value of individual differences in the workplace.
Diversity and inclusion sit at the heart of AMC’s values and are central to its objective of becoming an employer of choice.
The AMC recognises that to achieve its objective as an employer of choice it must continue to review its people policies and practices and develop resources to implement better practice approaches to accommodate the needs of its diverse workforce.
Our staff value the:
- purpose of the AMC and the contribution it makes to the community
- AMC values
- nature of the work and the commitment to working at a high standard
- variety and opportunity that individuals experience during their time at the AMC (including opportunity for promotion)
- commitment to making the AMC a caring and family friendly environment
- people that work at the AMC
- capacity to contribute to work teams that are working to support high quality medical training and education
- commitment to diversity and social inclusion.
Benefits of working with the AMC include:
- contribute to the quality of medical education and healthcare in Australia
- work with national and international medical education experts and health stakeholders
- work in a dynamic environment with high performing teams
- work in an industry which values learning and innovation
- access to training and development opportunities
- salary packaging option available
- flexible work arrangements
- annual WPI increase
- 36.75 hour working week, with flexible starting and finishing times
- family friendly work environment
- a social club to foster interaction between staff
- paid parental leave
- a spacious, open work place with free parking for Canberra-based staff
- employee assistance program for staff and their immediate family members.
- The AMC encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and Māori Peoples to apply for all roles advertised.
- To ensure we meet our strategic goal of ensuring culturally safe practice to improve health outcomes, the AMC understands that we require Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and Māori Peoples in our workforce.
- The AMC is committed to a working environment that is inclusive and culturally safe for all.
- The AMC works closely with a number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and Māori stakeholders. It it is a requirement that staff must ensure a working environment that is inclusive and culturally safe at all times.
- All staff are required participate in ongoing cultural safety training.
This is a new role in a developing strategic policy and research team with a mix of policy, stakeholder engagement, and qualitative and quantitative research projects.
The full position description is available here.
For more information and to apply please go to Seek, or contact HR on 02 6270 9708 if you have any questions. Applications close at 9am on Monday 29 August.
The AMC is looking for a proactive, HR generalist to manage HR processes, and embed AMC strategies and values into recruitment and development processes.
The full position description is available here
For more information and to apply please go to Seek, or contact HR on 02 6270 9708 if you have any questions. Applications close at 9am on Monday, 29 August.