Who We Are
The Parliament of New South Wales is Australia’s first and oldest Parliament, and its precinct includes the oldest surviving building in the Sydney Central Business District (CBD). Administratively, the Parliament comprises three main Departments: the Department of Parliamentary Services, Department of the Legislative Coucnil and the Department of the Legislative Assembly.
More About Us
The Parliament of New South Wales is the law-making body for the State of New South Wales, directly elected by the people to make state laws, control state finances, and discuss matters of importance to the people of New South Wales.
Our employees support parliamentary democracy in New South Wales by providing effective and innovative services to members of Parliament and the community, and ensuring the preservation of Australia’s first Parliament.
Who We’re Looking For
People who would be proud to serve the Parliament of New South Wales.
People who believe in the importance of parliamentary institutions and the democratic process and will work to strengthen and foster respect for them.
People who will help preserve the corporate memory and ensure continuity of the institution while innovating our services and service delivery.
People who will work together to provide professional, accountable, responsive and impartial support to members of parliament and the citizens of New South Wales.