Who we are and what we do
The Department of Human Services is about people and delivering the services they may need at different stages of their lives.
We deliver Centrelink, Child Support and Medicare payments and services, as well as CRS Australia and Australian Hearing services. Each day, about a million people make contact with us and each year we deliver more than $90 billion in payments.
Department of Human Services (excluding CRS Australia)
Search the eRecruitment system for vacancies within the Department of Human Services.
Current candidates can log on to the department's eRecruitment system to access their profile or applications.
Create an account
You need to register and create a personal profile to allow you to lodge applications for listed vacancies.
For vacancies within CRS Australia, please visit the CRS Australia website.
Non-ongoing (temporary) employment register
The Department of Human Services has two non-ongoing (temporary) employment registers – one for general vacancies and one for ICT vacancies. The registers are used for filling non-ongoing employment opportunities across a broad range of classifications, business areas and locations across Australia.
For more information and to apply for these registers, visit the non-ongoing (temporary) employment registers page.
If you cannot access the internet or a computer to complete the application process, or you have particular accessibility requirements that need to be met in order to submit your application, please contact email@example.com or contact the Recruitment Services Team on 1800 906 144.
We offer you
- the opportunity to work as part of a team that has a crucial role in influencing the strategic focus and coordination of service delivery for Australians
- flexible and innovative work practices that aim for a balance between work and family life
- a workplace committed to diversity
- employment opportunities all around Australia.
For more information, visit the Enterprise agreements page.
Workplace diversity and inclusion
The department focuses on providing an inclusive workplace culture. We acknowledge the skills and perspectives that people may bring to the workplace by gender, race, ethnicity, disability or other difference. Everyone is encouraged to apply. We are committed to providing a working environment that values diversity and inclusion and supports all staff to reach their full potential.
Candidates with disability can make requests for modifications or adjustments. The requests may assist you in applying for positions, or if you are successful may assist you in your position.
If you have particular requirements that need to be met in order to submit your application, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or the Recruitment Services Team on 1800 906 144.
Notify the contact officer via email or phone before the closing date if you have requirements to participate in an interview or attend an assessment centre.
More information is available from the Australian Public Service Commission:
- APS Indigenous Pathways programs: APS career opportunities for Indigenous Australians
- Employment support for people with disability
- Diversity and inclusion in the department
If you would like more information or have any questions, please contact: email@example.com