Working for ITSR
A variety of career options are available within ITSR, particularly in the area of safety management.
ITSR offers a range of employee benefits including flexible working practices, training and career development, and a professional working environment.
ITSR is committed to providing a safe, harmonious and discrimination free workplace. It recognises that staff skills and capacity directly influence organisational performance and is committed to ensuring fair and open recruitment and selection processes and ongoing training and skill development opportunities.
ITSR jobs are also advertised on the Jobs NSW website.
We offer jobs on the basis of merit. This means fair and open competition applies to every position and we select the person considered most capable of doing the job.
For more information on job opportunities at ITSR, contact us.
When applying for a position with ITSR, you need to demonstrate that you meet or exceed the selection criteria for the position.
The position description will help you understand the responsibilities and tasks required in the job. The selection criteria is drawn from the capabilities which describe the personal qualities, skills, abilities and knowledge a person needs to perform the role effectively.
People who work for ITSR are not just doing a job – they are representing the NSW Government. ITSR staff are obliged to:
- act impartially and with integrity when carrying out their duties
- treat members of the public, their colleagues in ITSR and other public officials with respect, courtesy, honesty and fairness
- have proper regard to their interests, rights, safety, health and welfare.
All ITSR employees must comply with the code of conduct and ethics.
Job applicants will need to address the selection criteria by either:
- submitting a written statement of claim addressing each criteria; or
- providing sufficient detail in their covering letter and resume to show how they meet the selection criteria.
For more information on both job specific and common capabilities and what each level means, go to www.pscapabilities.nsw.gov.au