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Apply your research and communication skills to an exciting new career in public service with this online Diploma of Government (PSP50116) course from UNE Partnerships.

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Build in-demand skills and key personal insights for a new global career in development with this online Graduate Certificate of Sustainable Development and Humanitarian Action course from Deakin University.

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Join the next generation of cyber professionals with the 100% online Certified Cybersecurity Professional course from AIICT.

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About Government

The Australian Public Service (APS) is one of Australia’s largest employers, with over 160,000 employees spread across 120 organisations both in Australia and overseas. While many central offices are located in Canberra, 60 per cent of jobs in the APS are found outside the nation’s capital.

That means the public sector in Australia represents a large and attractive pool of employment opportunities – not only for their sheer number, but for the many perks they offer. Government employment provides competitive salaries, generous super entitlements, flexible work practices, excellent leave conditions, long service leave for eligible employees and a diverse workforce, with equal employment opportunities for women, Indigenous Australians and those with disabilities. That’s a whole lot of reasons to want to work for the Australian government.

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    Government graduate officer
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