The conditions of employment of non-SES staff are defined in the company agreement of the department. For more information about working in the department, see: The department values its staff, skills and diversity. It is strongly committed to the continuous development of its staff through a series of work support initiatives, as well as a series of formal and informal trainings, study support and role-based skills development activities. The ACT Public Sector Administrative and Related Classifications Enterprise Agreement 2018-2021 entered into force on 3 April 2019 and expires by name on 31 October 2021. This Agreement shall apply to all administrators, senior officers and school assistants. The Department has a Diversity and Inclusion Advisor, who can provide information and assistance to people with disabilities who may consider applying for positions in the department. Please send an e-mail or call 02 6274 6161. The Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities is at the forefront of the Australian government`s efforts to secure the country`s economic future and improve living standards. We do this by building stronger communities through infrastructure planning, advice and investment provision, transportation system reform, and strategic development of directives and programs. These include managing some of australia`s major infrastructure projects that impact the wider community, including airport regulation, the implementation of the smart cities plan, the development of Nancy Bird Walton Airport west of Sydney and the creation of Inland Rail. Company agreements are the main source of employment conditions within management. Company agreements are negotiated between staff and management in accordance with the Fair Work Act 2009.