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The Parliamentary Service publishes its vacancies on the Queensland Government’s Smart Jobs and Careers website which can be located at the following link:


The Smart Jobs and Careers website offers job seekers and applicants the facility to apply for vacancies online and track the progress of their application.  It also offers the ability to maintain your personal details of registration and withdraw applications online. 

Applicants are encouraged to read the position description and the Information Package for Applicants which are issued for each vacancy and will be located on the Smart Jobs and Careers web site.

Parliamentary Crime and Corruption Commissioner

The Parliamentary Crime and Corruption Committee (PCCC) is seeking applications from qualified persons for appointment to the position of Parliamentary Crime and Corruption Commissioner.

Environment:  The PCCC is a multi-party committee of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland. Its main functions are to monitor and review the discharge of the functions of the Crime and Corruption Commission (the CCC).

Functions:  A key role of the Parliamentary Commissioner is to conduct certain audits and inspections of CCC records under the Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000, the Crime and Corruption Act 2001, and the Telecommunications Interception Act 2009. The Parliamentary Commissioner must also conduct an annual review of the intelligence holdings of the CCC and Queensland Police Service.  

The Parliamentary Commissioner also assists the PCCC in enhancing the accountability of the CCC, by undertaking a range of key functions on behalf of the PCCC and at its direction, including inspecting operational files and other material held by the CCC, investigating complaints against the CCC and other functions as required by the PCCC.

The position:  The Parliamentary Commissioner must be a person who has served as, or is qualified for appointment as, a judge of the Supreme Court of Queensland or of another State or of the High Court or the Federal Court. The Crime and Corruption Act 2001 disqualifies certain categories of persons from appointment.

Position Description: The position description contains detailed information about the role of the Parliamentary Commissioner including information about the salary and conditions of employment.

View Position Description – PDF file

Applications: Applications should include a curriculum vitae. Applications may be submitted by:

  • Mail - marked ‘Private and Confidential – Parliamentary Crime and Corruption Commissioner’, and be forwarded to: Manager, HR Services, Parliament House, George Street, BRISBANE, QLD, 4000.
  • Email – to [email protected]  
  • Internet – via the Smart Jobs Web Site - https://www.qld.gov.au/jobs/

Enquiries: Enquiries may be directed to Peter Morris on (07) 3553 6444 or email [email protected]. All enquiries and applications will be treated in the strictest confidence. 

Closing date: The closing date for the receipt of applications is 5.00 pm on 3 May 2021.

Hon Curtis Pitt MP
Speaker of the Legislative Assembly

Casual Parliamentary Attendants

Parliamentary Attendants perform a range of duties within the complex and in particular conduct public and school tours of the complex.  Other activities may include reception duties and working within the Parliamentary Chamber when parliament is sitting.

Our casual Parliamentary Attendants generally work between 9am and 4pm Monday to Friday and require a level of flexibility in relation to their working hours. 

Applicants must be eligible to obtain a Blue Card under the Commission for Children and Young People Act 2000 (Qld).

We accept applications for casual Parliamentary Attendants at any time.

Casual or temporary work

Job seekers who wish to be considered for casual or temporary work may submit their resume to the following email address: [email protected]

For information about employment with the Parliamentary Service please call the HR Services area on (07) 3553 6444.