APSC Indigenous Graduate Program
The Australian Public Service Commission (APSC) is looking for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander graduates with a good academic record and the qualities and skills important for a successful career in the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) and Australian Public Service (APS).
The recruitment process for this program is run by the APSC on behalf of the APS. If you are successful in your application to join the ABS, you will enter as part of the ABS Graduate Program.
For more details about the APSC Graduate program, see http://www.apsc.gov.au/indigenous/indigenous-pathways
ABS Graduate Program
The ABS Graduate Program is looking for applicants who have a proven record of academic achievement and at least a three year undergraduate degree. If you enjoy a challenge and are looking for an opportunity to work with a distinguished organisation with an international reputation for innovation, reliability and integrity, find out more on our graduate webpage.
Statistical Services and Household Surveys
Why do you enjoy working in the ABS?
I enjoy working for the ABS as they understand the importance of work/life balance which, as a mother and Indigenous woman, is very important to me. They have been supportive of me with training, mentoring and networking during my graduate program.
This page last updated 8 May 2013