Deputy Executive Director
Since ACMC's inception, and in recognition of the bilateral relationship between Australia and New Zealand, the New Zealand Government has filled The Deputy Executive Director position.
International and Domestic Engagement Directorate
Director, International and Domestic Engagement
The Director of International and Domestic Engagement builds and fosters relationships with government and non-government stakeholders, using the work of ACMC to influence better policy and advocate for civil-military collaboration in that community.
Concepts and Capability Directorate
Director, Concepts and Capability
The Director of Concepts and Capability leads a team of experts, delivering cross-agency programs on new and emerging civil-military-police concepts, such as Women, Peace and Security, and programs that support the development of civil-military-police capability through preparedness, lessons and evaluation, and humanitarian-government coordination.
Business Operations and Governance Directorate
Director, Business Operations and Governance
The Director of Business Operations and Governance manages the development, implementation and evaluation of strategic and business plans and oversees the administrative support to ACMC's capacity branch.
Advisors and Seconded Personnel
Foreign Affairs Advisor
The Foreign Affairs Advisor provides subject matter expertise in Peacebuilding, Conflict Prevention, Crisis Recovery, and Disaster Risk Reduction. As a seconded officer of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the Advisor can advocate for their home agency while supporting the work of ACMC.
Special Projects Advisor
As a centre of civil-military excellence, ACMC is regularly called on to support priority government initiatives and activities. We retain the services of a specialist who scans the environment for opportunities to promote the work of ACMC and foster new relationships.