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6 May 2013

Office of Spatial Policy seeking new Director

The Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism is seeking a suitably qualified candidate for the position of Director of the Office of Spatial Policy (OSP). OSP is the Government’s central policy unit which provides policy direction at a whole-of-government level for the creation, acquisition and management of spatial data across the Commonwealth. OSP was established on 1 July 2011 with the specific aim of strengthening the whole-of-government spatial policy leadership in Australia, and to provide the necessary governance structure to achieve a collective capability across jurisdictional boundaries. The Office also acts as the Secretariat for ANZLIC – the Spatial Information Council.

Full Position Profile available from the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism. The position is open until 13 May.

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