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Are you a motivated team player looking to join a dynamic, results-driven government agency? At the Independent Health and Aged Care Pricing Authority (IHACPA) we foster a collaborative culture where individuals who demonstrate a strong team ethic are highly valued.

Our values of transparency, respect, integrity, independence, fairness, accuracy and accountability create the perfect environment for individuals who are looking to maintain and grow their professional capabilities and intellectual capital.

If this sounds like you, browse our current vacancies below.
 

Current vacancies

Role Reference number

Project Manager

Executive Level 1
Closing date: 14 December 2022

IHACPA is looking for an experienced Project Manager to fill an exciting role in the Aged Care Costing Section, providing support to the Data Collection for aged care services. The Project Manager position supports the branch with strategic development, project management and procurement, ensuring the probity of all processes. The position is required to coordinate and manage multiple priorities within defined timeframes and ensuring results.

22-IHACPADIV-15763

Project Officer

APS 6
Closing date: 6 January 2023

IHACPA is looking for an experienced Project Officer to fill an exciting role in the Information Infrastructure Section, supporting the Infrastructure team by managing IHACPA’s existing computing resources that provide IHACPA teams with the infrastructure required to deliver their functions.

22-IHACPADIV-15801

Application process

Job vacancies are advertised on the APS website. Applications must be submitted to the Department of Health and Aged Care. Further information about submitting a job application is included in the position description for a job vacancy. IHACPA recommends reading the information in the useful links section on this page before submitting an application. If an IHACPA job vacancy on the APS website is not appearing under 'current vacancies', please email enquiries.ihacpa@ihacpa.gov.au.

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