Temporary Register 2022

Federal Court of Australia - Australia
  • Various levels
  • Non-ongoing specified term, Non-ongoing specified task or Irregular/Intermittent.
  • Various locations

The Federal Court of Australia maintains a register of interested candidates for temporary roles in the Federal Court of Australia, Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia, and the National Native Title Tribunal. Opportunities may be offered for varying periods up to 18 months with a possibility of extension.

The temporary register runs each calendar year, so you will need to apply each year to remain in consideration.

Positions that may be filled via the temporary employment register include but are not limited to:

Federal Court, Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia:

  • Registrars,
  • Legal Case Managers,
  • Associates,
  • Executive Assistants,
  • Court Child Experts (psychologists or social workers),
  • Indigenous Family Law Liaison Officers,
  • Client Service Officers,
  • Senior Client Service Officers, and
  • Court Officers.
National Native Title Tribunal:
  • Legal Support,
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution,
  • Geospatial Services,
  • Future Acts,
  • Applications & Registrations, and
  • Support & Special Projects.
Corporate Services:
  • People and Culture,
  • Finance,
  • Risk Management,
  • Information Technology,
  • Property and Procurement,
  • Information Management,
  • Security,
  • Communications, and
  • Library.
Opportunities may be available in the following locations:
  • Adelaide,
  • Albury,
  • Brisbane,
  • Cairns,
  • Canberra,
  • Coffs Harbour,
  • Dandenong,
  • Darwin,
  • Dubbo,
  • Hobart,
  • Launceston,
  • Lismore,
  • Melbourne,
  • National Enquiry Centre,
  • Newcastle,
  • Parramatta,
  • Perth,
  • Sydney,
  • Townsville, or
  • Wollongong.

Attention - In the recruitment process, legitimate companies never withdraw fees from candidates. If there are companies that attract interview fees, tests, ticket reservations, etc. it is better to avoid it because there are indications of fraud. If you see something suspicious please contact us: [email protected]