2023 ACT GOVERNMENT GRADUATE PROGRAM WHERE DO YOU BELONG?
We want Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander graduates in our program to become part of the ACT Government. Your heritage, experiences and talent can help us develop and deliver culturally appropriate services to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community of over 5000 people here in the ACT.
We are committed to deliver Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander services that are culturally appropriate and delivered sensitively as we continue to implement the ACT Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Agreement, Reconciliation Action Plans, caring for Ngunnawal land and working with the Elected Body.
The ACT Government Graduate Program offers adjusted eligibility for people from an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background and people with a Disability. If you are an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person or person with Disability you must:
- be an Australian citizen, Permanent Resident or New Zealand citizen; and
- have completed a Australian university degree, or an equivalent degree as recognised by the National Office of Overseas Skills Recognition (NOOSR), within the last seven years (1 January 2017 to 31 December 2023).
- be available to start work on Monday, 5 February 2024
What we offer you:
A 10-month development program designed to support graduates to establish themselves and grow their career, including:
- three rotations in different roles across ACT Government, providing foundational on-the-job learning and networks
- tailored learning and development across a range of core subjects
- supportive mentoring and networking opportunities and events.
- A competitive salary, with one of the highest salary packages for graduates in the Australian public sector, starting at $76255.
- An inclusive, welcoming culture that values the contribution of people from different backgrounds, experiences and perspectives.
- Flexible work arrangements and a healthy work/life balance.
ACT Government can offer you diverse and rewarding career opportunities. So, where do YOU belong?