The National Blood Authority (NBA) is an Australian Government statutory agency, established under the National Blood Authority Act 2003 to improve and enhance the management of the Australian blood and plasma product sector at a national level. Employees are engaged under the Public Service Act 1999 (the Act) and the terms and conditions of employment are provided for under the National Blood Authority Enterprise Agreement 2011-2014.
- NBA Enterprise Agreement 2011-14 (pdf) (661.31 KB)
- NBA Enterprise Agreement 2011-14 (doc) (346.5 KB)
The NBA is a small agency which employs approximately 55 staff and is located in Canberra.
- Benefits of Working for the NBA - The NBA provides a range of benefits to its employees including competitive salaries as well as policies and practices that support work-life balance.
- Eligibility Requirements - Find out about the requirements needed for permanent or temporary employment at the NBA.
- Current Vacancies - Jobs currently open for application.
- How to Apply for a Position - Instructions on application processes at the NBA.
- Temporary Employment Register - Apply to be placed on the NBA's register for full or part-time work.