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The job advertisement gives detailed insight into the Abbott government's controversial military-style overhaul of frontline immigration roles, which until recently were filled by regular public servants.
The recruitment drive comes amid calls for the purpose and powers of the new security agency to be more clearly defined, after public outrage over its visa-check plans forced a complex police operation to be aborted.
Fairfax Media reported in January that existing workers who wanted to keep their operational jobs were forced to submit to boot-camp style tests including push-ups, squats and shuttle-runs. Following last week's controversy, government appointed Human Rights Commissioner Tim Wilson said the "increasing paramilitarisation of wandering bureaucrats" would only lead to those "unskilled and untrained to overstep the mark and risk infringing our civil liberties".
A department spokeswoman did not provide details of the firearms used, or guidelines on when they should be discharged, but said all training was "consistent with legislation and international best practice"."Only officers certified in appropriate [use of force] training can deploy with personal defensive equipment which includes a firearm," she said, saying the training was given to staff in units including marine and counter-terrorism.