The 12 month long Indigenous Apprenticeships Programme (IAP) offers Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians an opportunity to start their full-time careers in the public service and gain a nationally recognised qualification.
Richard clearly remembers the day he had to rush a person affected by family and domestic violence out a side door to safety, as an ex-partner tracked them down at an office.
For most people, this weekend will be a chance to unwind and forget the stresses of the week. For 24 Department of Human Services staff, it will involve a 454 kilometre cycling trek from Canberra to Mt Kosciusko and back.
Department of Human Services’ Community Engagement Officer Heidi joined forces with her father Ken, his Maltese Poodle Chloe and 12 others earlier this month to complete the Memory Walk and Jog to raise funds and awareness for Alzheimer’s Australia.
A Multicultural Service Officer from the Department of Human Services is making a difference in the lives of Melbourne-based Vietnamese mothers through digital services information sessions.
The Department of Human Services’ digital self-service options are leading the way in government innovation, making life easier for Australians and proving that the digital revolution isn’t the future – it’s well underway.
For Department of Human Services Remote Smart Centre employee Rhiannon Coppin, being a finalist for ‘Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Student of the Year’ at the Northern Territory Training Awards is recognition of the hard work underpinning her success.
Department of Human Services Multicultural Service Officer Sreta Mrkic is based in the Northern Sydney region and is committed to using his skills to help others.
The Department of Human Services’ Cyclone Debbie Response Team has recently been announced as winners of an Exceptional Team Performance award, as part of an annual staff awards ceremony.
This September marks 20 years since the phone lines opened at the Department of Human Services Toowoomba Smart Centre.