Aboriginal Employment Development Prorgam

NSW Aboriginal Employment and Development Program

Join Australia's largest and most diverse employer for a unique opportunity to gain wide experience and help shape the future of NSW.

A career in the NSW Government is for people who take pride in making a real difference and enjoy the opportunity of working in different environments.
If you want choice and opportunity in your career, want to get involved in shaping government programs and help to deliver better outcomes for the community then apply for the NSW Aboriginal Employment and Development Program.

The program includes:

  • 18 months’ experience working in a NSW government agency
  • The opportunity to work on a variety of projects
  • A personal mentor
  • Opportunities to develop professional networks
  • A formal qualification (Diploma of Leadership and Management, BSB51915, a nationally registered course delivered by TAFE NSW)
  • Competitive salary from day one
  • Ongoing employment on successful completion of the program

About the Roles 

Find out about the structure of the program and the type of work successful applicants will do.
Find out about the roles >>

Who should apply?

Information about eligibility and the kind of candidates we are looking for.
Find out if you're eligible >>

Participating agencies

NSW public sector agencies and departments participating in the program.
Find out who they are >>

Tips for applying

Applicants will be assessed in a number of ways.
About the application process >>

FAQs

More information about the program and application process.
Read frequently asked questions >>

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Key Dates

3 October 2017
Applications open

29 October 2017
Applications close

Nov – Dec 2017
Assessment and Recruitment

Dec 2017
Offers of Employment

5 February 2018
Start your career in the NSW Public Sector

AEDP Briefing Session

If you would like more information and the opportunity to ask questions we encourage you to attend a phone briefing session. The session will provide you with information on the program, advice for your application and what to expect from the interview process.

The details are:

  • Thursday 12th October – 9.30-10.30am
  • Thursday 19th October – 12-1pm
  • Thursday 26th October – 5-6pm

To join the session please call Toll Free: 1800 420 147 and enter the pin 81020271 #

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