Centrelink and Medicare services in Frankston will temporarily relocate to the Bayside Shopping Centre while repairs to the usual service centre take place following a recent fire.
The Frankston Service Centre delivering Centrelink and Medicare services will remain closed for four weeks while repairs to the building are underway, following a recent fire. Continue reading Centrelink and Medicare servicing update for Frankston
Current students and recent graduates are encouraged to consider a career in the Australian Public Service through the Department of Human Services’ National Graduate Program.
The Frankston Service Centre delivering Centrelink and Medicare services is closed due to smoke damage resulting from a fire on a separate floor of the premises, and will remain closed for this week until further notice. The incident occurred at approximately 5.25 pm 18 April 2017 and thankfully no one was hurt.
Centrelink, Medicare and Child Support services are gearing up for public holiday arrangements and industrial action during April.
The Department of Human Services will concentrate its efforts on supporting those in need of immediate assistance, including communities affected by ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie, during this afternoon’s industrial action by the CPSU.
University graduates with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) qualifications looking to make their mark in the IT industry, are encouraged to apply for Department of Human Services 2017 ICT recruitment round.
The Department of Human Services is reminding the public that some employees will take part in industrial action on Friday 24 March.
Members of the public who plan to access Centrelink, Medicare or Child Support services this Friday 17 March are encouraged to use online and self-service options while planned industrial action by the Community and Public Sector Union (CPSU) is underway.
Yesterday evening, news.com.au once more ran a misleading story about the department’s debt recovery processes, attempting to again wrongly link it to the online compliance system. Had the department been afforded an opportunity to investigate the cases featured in the story prior to publishing, we would have quickly corrected this erroneous assumption.