We aim to solve some of our country’s most pressing challenges, growing the economy and creating jobs for all Australians. Our advice and insight shapes policy in areas critical to Australia’s future.
We’re looking for people with diverse skills, expertise, perspectives and lived experience to work with us.
Interested? Here’s why you should consider a career with our department:
Find a permanent and non-ongoing position on our current vacancies page.
Find out if you’re eligible and read the application process before you apply.
We’re seeking people living with a disability to add their voice and skills to our workforce. Read more and see available jobs on Randstad.
Our Graduate Development Program is for university undergraduates interested in a career in the Australian Public Service (APS).
We also advertise graduate opportunities using affirmative measures. We open specific roles to people with disability or Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
We offer a competitive salary and a flexible, balanced working environment. Read about our pay and conditions in our Enterprise Agreement.
Our People Strategy shows how we are building a high performance organisation by investing in our people, culture, values and processes.
Our Inclusion Strategy shows how we are creating an inclusive and diverse workplace culture where we are all valued and respected for our contribution.
Our Safety Health and Wellbeing Strategy provides measurable targets to achieve and maintain a safe working environment for all staff.
Our Reconciliation Action Plan and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Employment Strategy ensures we represent the diversity of the Australian community.
Our APS Employee Census Report shows how our staff feel about working with us, and how we rate on employee engagement and culture.
Read more about diversity and inclusion in our department.
Working with us means following the Australian Public Service Commission’s (APSC) APS Values and Code of Conduct.
The APSC’s Integrated Leadership System sets out the behaviours and skills required for each level of the APS.
Last updated: 6 June 2022
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