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Careers with us

We are an Australian Government agency within the Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW) that employs people who have the capabilities and a strong desire to help us realise our vision.

This vision includes making our visitor destinations accessible to diverse audiences, amplifying their heritage values through storytelling and – through their conservation, remediation, and adaptive reuse – fostering a sense of place and belonging. If you wish to work for an employer that is responsible for extraordinary places on Sydney Harbour, consider a career with us and check for current job vacancies on this page.

As an equal opportunity employer, we welcome applications from qualified candidates regardless of age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnicity or cultural background. This includes First Nations and LGBTIQA+ people. Note: We don’t accept unsolicited applications. When there is a vacancy, it will be listed on this page or advertised on an online job marketplace.


Sydney Harbour Federation Trust Members

We are seeking applications for appointment as members of the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust.

The members are responsible for setting the strategic direction of the Harbour Trust and monitoring the implementation of that strategy by Harbour Trust Management. The members must balance competing demands on the Harbour Trust, remain independent from the executive team, and manage the interests of all stakeholders and the wider public.

The closing date for applications is 11:30pm (AEDT) on Sunday 3 March 2024. To apply for a member position, please complete the online application here.

For further information, please contact Melinda Stinziani on 0437 317 659 or

Project Manager – Minor Works

The Project Manager – Minor Works will develop and manage capital works and operational projects, requiring project planning, preparation of specifications, procurement of consultants and contractors, relationship management (particularly with internal Planning and Heritage teams) and contract management.

This is a full- time, fixed-term (until 30 June 2025) position and is classified as an executive Level 1 role with a salary range of $111,586 to $123,987 per annum (excluding superannuation).

The closing date for applications is 25 February 2024. Applications and resumes are to be submitted to

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