It also provides a sustainable career pathway by providing formal training, prospective employment opportunities and support for trainees to complete a Certificate III in Government.
The Commission coordinates this program annually in metropolitan and regional locations by matching interested host agencies with trainees, and provides support to both throughout the process.
The program provides agencies with the opportunity to increase the representation of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in their organisations and reap the benefits of a more diverse and inclusive workforce.
Applications are now open for the Public Sector Commission’s Aboriginal Traineeship Program.
If you are a young and motivated Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person looking to kick-start a deadly career in government, make sure you apply before 9 October 2020.
Aboriginal trainees receive paid employment, work experience in a government agency, prospective employment opportunities and support to complete a nationally recognised qualification.
Visit the Aboriginal Traineeship Program webpage for more information and APPLY NOW!