The Department of Agriculture is an Australian Government department. We are part of the
Our ministers are:
The department is led by our
Secretary, Daryl Quinlivan.
We strive to build strong relationships and work with governments, industry, importers and exporters, natural resource managers, primary producers, consumers, research and development organisations, rural communities and travellers.
We have approximately 4000 full-time equivalent staff, including accountants, animal and meat inspectors, biosecurity officers, economists, information and communication technology (ICT) staff, policy officers, programme administrators, researchers, scientists, survey staff and veterinary officers.
Our corporate structure is
organised into many divisions to support our work across a very broad range of agricultural, biosecurity, fisheries and forestry management activities.
find us in regional centres, rural communities and cities throughout Australia. Around 58 per cent of our Australian-based employees work outside Canberra, in capital cities and regional offices, major airports, mail centres, shipping ports, laboratories and abattoirs.
Globally, we work in Bangkok, Beijing, Brussels, Dubai, Jakarta, New Delhi, Rome, Seoul, Tokyo and Washington, to maintain relationships with Australia's trading partners and international organisations.
The department offers
exciting employment opportunities in many different fields and locations.