Watch the latest #DHSTV for an update from Hank Jongen about what’s happening at the Department of Human Services during June 2017. Continue reading June 2017 Update #DHSTV
When Nekol graduated from a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Sociology at the University of Tasmania, she wanted a job that could make a real difference and produce tangible outcomes in people’s lives.
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.
This year the Australian Government expanded their popular Indigenous Apprenticeships Programme (IAP) again, with more Government agencies offering more positions to Indigenous apprentices.
Department of Human Services’ customers are being urged to defer non-urgent business and make use of self-service options this Friday (9 September 2016) as industrial action threatens normal operations.
Cherie Martin said words can’t describe the happiness she felt when she found out her son, Joel Bissmire, was accepted into the Dandelion Programme.
The Australian Government is creating pathways for Indigenous Australians to start a career in the public service through the Indigenous Apprenticeships Programme (IAP).
The Department of Human Services has lodged an appeal to the Fair Work Commission following the decision in the case of Mr Daniel Starr. Continue reading Appeal to the Fair Work Commission
Everyone knows applying for a job can be a tedious and tough task. But for 20-year-old Morgan, who is on the autism spectrum, just getting a look-in proved to be even more difficult. Continue reading Autism is no barrier for Brisbane Dandelion recruit
The Community and Public Sector Union’s full day work stoppage on Monday 21 March will unfairly impact Centrelink, Medicare and Child Support customers. Continue reading Strike action creates needless community impact