Deputy Executive Director
The Deputy Executive Director position at ACMC is filled by a New Zealand Government representative. This reflects the strong historic, strategic and cultural ties between Australia and New Zealand and the requirement to work closely on civil-military-police matters.
International and Domestic Engagement Directorate
Director, International and Domestic Engagement
The Directorate 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
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 the operations of ACMC.
Advisors and Seconded Personnel
Foreign Affairs Adviser
The Foreign Affairs Adviser 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.
Civil Society Engagement Adviser
The ACFID seconded Civil Society Engagement Adviser to the Australian Civil-Military Centre contributes to the advancement of national capabilities to prevent, prepare for and respond more effectively to humanitarian crises through advancements in civil-military-police engagement. Building upon the partnership approach to civil-military-police engagement, the Civil Society Engagement Advisor convenes, facilitates dialogue, and provides policy advice to the stakeholder networks of both ACFID and the ACMC to strengthen understanding of the role, mandate and guiding principles of NGO engagement in humanitarian action.