IAGDP Candidate Briefing Pack
IAGDP Candidate Briefing Pack 2022.
2020 Graduate Program Relocation Guidelines
Document outlines the guidelines for graduates relocating to Canberra in 2020
2020 Graduate Program Guidelines
Guidelines sets out the expectations for graduates, supervisors and the People, Culture and Capability Branch throughout the duration of the program. Successful completion of the program is contingent upon graduates meeting the expectations of the Graduate Program as set out in the Letter of Offer.
Data Career Pathway
Are you passionate about working with data? Do you have a desire to use data to help develop and improve outcomes for education? If so, then we would love to hear from you. The department is eager to recruit graduates who can use their data skills to help develop policies and deliver programs that contribute to Australia’s education today and into the future.
Human Resources (HR) Career Pathway
If you have a mind for human resources and want to help our leaders develop the cultural and business intelligence necessary for the Department of Education to be a world-class policy agency, then we would love to hear from you.
Legal Career Pathway
Are you a legal graduate with a strong academic record, great interpersonal skills and a ‘can do’ attitude? Do you want to work with friendly and high calibre colleagues who are committed to each other’s success? Do you want to deal with matters that are crucial to the well-being of every Australian and the prosperity of the nation? If so, then we would love to hear from you.
Fact Sheet - Graduate Program Relocation Assistance
The Department of Education and Training provides reasonable relocation assistance for Graduate Program participants who will require to relocate to Canberra to commence employment with the department.
Department of Education and Training Gender Equality Action Plan 2017–2019
The department is committed to supporting the APS Gender Equality Strategy and will hold itself accountable through the targets and actions identified in the Department of Education and Training Gender Equality Action Plan 2017–2019.
Mutual Obligation Requirements for newly arrived migrants/ temporary protection visa holders and humanitarian entrants Factsheet
Mutual Obligation Requirements Fact Sheet for newly arrived migrants/temporary protection visa holders and humanitarian entrants.
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Department of Education and Training Enterprise Agreement 2016-2019
Approved Enterprise Agreement for the Department of Education and Training (Fair Work Commission Agreement ID AE418420), effective from 8 April 2016
Inclusion and Diversity Strategy 2022-2024
The department is committed to reconciliation and supports workplace diversity. It values the contributions of people with different backgrounds, experiences and perspectives, this is reinforced in our Diversity Strategy.
FAQ's for 2016-17 IAGDP
Questions and answers regarding the Indigenous Australian Government Development Program (IAGDP) and how to apply.