Liaison Officer

Establishes and facilitates communication between different community groups, organisations and governments.
Training time - No data available -
Average pay $60,814
Employment prospects Moderate
Employment size 2,900

What does a Liaison Officer do?

  • applying mathematical, statistical and actuarial principles and techniques to a range of tasks
  • developing, organising and maintaining libraries and other information keeping services
  • reviewing and analysing economic data and preparing reports
  • managing the collection and processing of information and data to produce intelligence, and analysing and advising on policy options
  • assessing the value of land, property and other items, and providing advice on the administration, and commercial and operational use of land and property
  • studying organisational structures and methods to solve organisational problems and achieve greater efficiency

Specialisations

  • Aboriginal Liaison Officer
  • Business Liaison Officer
  • Community Liaison Officer
  • Disability Liaison Officer
  • Police Liaison Officer

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