National Security Careers Night 2016 - Canberra

  • 02 Mar 2016
  • 4:30 PM - 9:30 PM (UTC+11:00)
  • Blamey Theatre, Australian Defence College, Weston Creek ACT

Registration

  • Become an member FSLP member for $20 - see membership page.
  • Reserved for departments with annual membership. Places are organised internally within these departments.
  • For Governors, Chairman's Circle and Standard members

Registration is closed

Thank you for your interest - this event is full.  If you have a spot reserved under Government Membership you are still able to register.  A small number of spots are also on hold for IFRS financial members.  If you have an inquiry please email events@ifrs.org.au or call 02 6295 1555.

The National Security Careers Night is an exclusive careers night for university graduates and young professionals who work in the national security community or aspire to do so. The Careers Night provides young leaders with valuable insights into the national security community, featuring presentations on the roles, activities and professional development opportunities in private and government organisations.

The Careers Night is a annual event held in March when most of the represented organisations are recruiting. This year's Careers night will be held at the Blamey Theatre, Australian Defence College, Weston Creek, ACT.

Organisations and confirmed speakers are as follows:

  • Attorney-General's Department - Ms Katherine Jones, Deputy Secretary of the National Security and Criminal Justice Group
  • Australian Border Force - Assistant Commissioner Stephen Allen, Border Management Division Support Group
  • Australian Crime Commission
  • Australian Federal Police - Assistant Commissioner Neil Gaughan, Assistant Commissioner Counter Terrorism
  • Australian Geospatial-Intelligence Organisation -
    confirmed
  • Australian Secret Intelligence Service - confirmed, senior representative
  • Australian Security Intelligence Organisation - confirmed, senior representative
  • Australian Signals Directorate - Mr Derek Dalton
  • Defence Intelligence Organisation - Mr Warren Karle, Deputy Director
  • Defence Strategic Policy
  • Department of  Immigration and Border Protection - Ms Linda Geddes, First Assistant Secretary Traveller, Customs and Industry Policy Division
  • Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Mr Allan McKinnon, Deputy Secretary National Security
  • Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade - Mr Ian Biggs     Acting First Assistant Secretary, International Security Division
  • Office of National Assessments - Mr Rod Brazier, Deputy Director-General

       

The Future Strategic Leaders’ Program is proudly supported by the Australian Department of Defence and the Noetic Group

Noetic is an international consultancy providing professional services to the government, not-for-profit, national security and defence, mining and oil and gas, infrastructure and emergency management sectors worldwide.

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