Opportunities

The Co-Lab aims to boost domestic STEM capacity with new opportunities for career-oriented education in cutting edge research that uniquely serves Australia's security mission. 

For current ANU students

N-Way Handshake - Networking events

At Co-Lab, we run monthly networking events for Australian students currently studying at ANU. These events are an opportunity to hear what it's like in a typical and perhaps not-so-typical working day at ASD, and sometimes cover more technical subjects. ASD experts are available to answer any questions you might have and it's a good way to meet like-minded students and researchers. You can sign up for these events here.

ASD Careers

The ASD Graduate Program

If you're about to finish your degree at ANU or at another Australian tertiary institution, consider a graduate program at ASD as your next step.

  • Unique, challenging and rewarding work that contributes to maintaining Australia's national security
  • Develop and expand your skills with dedicated mentoring, learning and development opportunities
  • Diverse career paths with a great salary and benefits package including study assistance, generous leave and flexible working arrangements

Career opportunities

ASD has a range of opportunities, from apprenticeships to graduate roles. To find out more, subscribe to ASD career opportunities on APS Jobs.gov.au. 

For a list of current vacancies, please visit the ASD Jobs job list. 

Upcoming events

PeCan 2021: Perth vs Canberra CTF

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Presented by Edith Cowan University and the WA AustCyber Innovation Hub in Perth, and Australian National University and the ACT AustCyber Innovation Node in Canberra, this free Capture the Flag (CTF) competition is open to high schools students on both coasts from Year 10 onwards.

PeCan+2021 is a jeopardy-style CTF for teams of 4 with difficulty levels for beginners, intermediate and advanced teams. There are more that 50 challenges that cover broad topics such as webex, cryptography, reverse engineering and digital forensics! Put your ethical hacking skills to the test and learn cyber security in a practical way!

Please note: this event will be held online via teams

Date: Saturday 11 September &  Sunday 12 September 2021
Time: 10 - 5pm
Location: Level 5, Hanna Neumann Bldg #14
Register here

For more information please contact Dr Michelle Ellis - Michelle.Ellis@ecu.edu.au 

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