Federal Court of Australia Hybrid
Position Overview The Chief Justice is responsible for the management of the administrative affairs of the Federal Court and the effective, orderly and expeditious discharge of the business of the Court under the FCA Act. The Court has 54 judges and registries in 7 locations nationally. The Chief Executive Officer and Principal Registrar (CEO/PR) assists the Chief Justice in the management of the business and administrative affairs of the FCA. The CEO/PR is the accountable authority, for the purposes of the PGPA Act, for the Federal Court of Australia (the Entity), and is responsible for the appropriations for the FCA, FCFCOA and NNTT; and the provision of corporate services to the two federal courts and the NNTT. The CEO/PR is the Head of the statutory agency, for the purposes of the Public Service Act 1999, comprised of the officers and staff who support the FCA, FCFCOA, and NNTT (including corporate services). The statutory agency is distinct to the Federal Court and to the...
29 Sep, 2023