If you would like to work with us you should first read about:
- our pay and conditions
- our diverse and inclusive working culture
- what positions we have available and how to apply for them.
Apply for a position
Our current vacancies page lists all our vacancies for permanent and non-ongoing positions.
Make sure you’re eligible for the position and read the application process before you apply.
Graduates and entry level positions
Our Graduate Development Program is for university undergraduates interested in a career in the Australian Public Service.
Our DIISability Internship Program helps university students with disability gain practical work experience.
To find out about our programs for people who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander and people with disability contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student and volunteer opportunities
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See our range of research-based student opportunities.
See opportunities for students, volunteers and work experience.
Pay and conditions
We offer a competitive salary and a flexible, balanced working environment. Read about our pay and conditions.
Diversity and inclusion
Diversity and inclusion is part of the way we work and how we do business. Our targeted programs and initiatives provide a supportive, flexible and respectful work environment. These include employment programs targeted at inclusion and employee networks that celebrate diversity.
We understand and appreciate that diverse experiences, backgrounds and insights enriches our capability to deliver to the public and government.
We support inclusion through:
Our People Plan
Our People Plan outlines how we are building a high performance organisation by investing in our people, values, processes and systems.
Working with us means following the Australian Public Service Commission’s (APSC) APS Values and Code of Conduct.
You should familiarise yourself with the APSC’s Integrated Leadership System as this sets out the behaviours and skills required for each level of the APS.
The APSC provides guidance for preparing your application.