Terry is one of our Financial Information Services Officers (FISO), and has been working for the Department of Human Services for more than 30 years.
Caring for a loved one is often a hard road to travel, and Department of Human Services Senior Communication Officer Emma understands this all too well.
Department of Human Services staff are not just working hard behind the scenes, we also have experts who spread the word about the services we provide to communities around the country through regular television interviews.
Everyone knows the teenage years can be hard to navigate but, for Matthew, who works for the Department of Human Services in Tweed Heads, caring for a disabled teenage child had its own unique challenges.
Watch the latest edition of #DHSTV to keep up to date with what’s happening at Department of Human Services this October.
Today is R U OK? Day – a national day of action to remind us of how important it is to ask those around us how they are doing.
For unemployed people the cost of interview-appropriate clothes can be a barrier to landing a new job. Canberra charity Communities@Work helps change wardrobes and outcomes for job seekers.
Alan who works for the department in Canberra was recently recognised for a remarkable 250 blood donations as part of National Blood Donor Week.