The Department of Human Services employs around 70 Multicultural Service Officers (MSOs) across Australia to connect migrant and refugee communities to essential services.
In this month’s Department of Human Services’ Podcast, General Manager Hank Jongen discusses the upcoming changes to the pension assets test with one of the department’s specialist Financial Information Service Officers, Justin Bott.
Without a doubt, Australians know tough weather. From bushfires and tropical cyclones through to recent storms in Adelaide and flooding in Victoria and central New South Wales.
November marks a decade since the first Australian Government Mobile Service Centre (MSC) set-off from Parliament House, Canberra, on its first ever service tour through the Southern Tablelands of New South Wales.
Andrew Gregory and Ian Cleghorn agree that helping run the two-vehicle Mobile Service Centre (MSC) fleet is the best job.
There’s a saying that good things come in small packages. Hanna Mapley who works for the Department of Human Services couldn’t agree more when it comes to her children, after giving birth to not one but two premmie babies.
“What ‘masks’ do you wear to survive?” This question is at the heart of a global campaign ‘#MaskDrop’ created by one of the Department of Human Services employees, Roshelle Fong.
The Department of Human Services responded to thousands of questions on Facebook and Twitter over the month of July, with more than 1,000 questions coming in on the busiest day.
Robert Tedesco is thriving after landing a position in the Dandelion Programme, a three-year traineeship that allows people on the autism spectrum to use their IT skills and gain employment.
When Di Hong arrived in Australia in 1979 as a refugee, he had just turned 18 and didn’t speak any English.