First Assistant Commissioner
Last updated: 16 Nov 2016
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Kerryn Vine-Camp joined the APSC as First Assistant Commissioner in November this year from the Department of Health where she was responsible for the People, Communication and Capability Division after transitioning the Health Provider Compliance Division to Health from the Department of Human Services as part of a Machinery of Government Change in November 2015.
Kerryn has held several positions in the Senior Executive Service including the Department of Immigration and Border Protection, Attorney General's Department and the Department of Climate and Energy Efficiency. Prior to joining the SES Kerryn was with the Department of Defence in Canberra and Townsville and the Queensland Public Service in Brisbane and Mount Isa. Kerryn started her career in the private sector working with Ansett Australia until September 2001.
Kerryn has been a speaker at a number of national and international forums and has a particular interest in leading teams, crisis management and the challenges of modern management, particularly in a rural and remote context.
Kerryn commenced as the First Assistant Commissioner on 7 November 2016