Expression of Interest – Become a member of the Resilience Expert Advisory Group today!

​​​​​​The Trusted Information Sharing Network’s (TISN) Resilience Expert Advisory Group (REAG) promotes organisational resilience in support of Australian critical infrastructure owners and operators. They do this by providing strategic advice, guidance and tools to mature security and resilience approaches.

We are pleased to advise that we are looking to fill two voluntary positions to join the existing REAG members, who meet once a month to discuss resilience-related matters. The range of skills/knowledge/experience amongst current REAG members to support the TISN and Critical Infrastructure Advisory Council (CIAC) include the following:

  • risk and resilience
  • personnel hazards
  • supply chain/network hazards
  • industry experience
  • stakeholder engagement
  • communications.

Upon reviewing the skills of the current group, we seek potential candidates with the following:

  • skills/knowledge/experience with cyber and data hazards
  • experience operating in a senior security/resilience role for a Commonwealth, State or Territory government agency.

We encourage all qualified persons to apply, including applicants who:

  • are women
  • are gender-diverse
  • identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
  • come from a diverse cultural or linguistic background
  • have a disability
  • identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer, or
  • fall outside of the gender binary (LGBTIQ+).

We will accept applications from existing TISN members, as well as those who are not yet members of the TISN who meet the specified criteria.

If you meet the above criteria and wish to apply to become a REAG member please email CIR@homeaffairs.gov.au. Include your CV and any details/examples which highlight your skills and relevant experience to support the nomination. Please send your nominations through by COB Friday 29​ September.

Written by Ross Ahmadzai

24 Sep, 2023

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