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Current APS Employees

If you are a current APS employee there are a range of processes and opportunities available to further your career and gain valuable skills and experience across the APS.

Current APS Only Vacancies

On 31 October 2013, the Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Public Service, Senator the Hon. Eric Abetz, announced interim recruiting arrangements for the Australian Public Service As a result of these arrangements only current ongoing APS employees are eligible to apply for this vacancy. Further information regarding the interim arrangements is available here: Opens in a new window .

To find current vacancies that are advertised for Current APS Only, please visit the APS Only Vacancies.

APS Learning and Development services and programs

There are a large range of learning and development opportunities available across classifications levels and specifically related to skills required to further develop a career in the APS such as policy writing and development, Project Management, communications, time management etc. Further details related to APS wide training programs and resources are available Opens in a new windowLearning and Development.

APS Mobility and Development

Employees regularly move to different organisations to develop skills, progress career opportunities, gain promotion and responsibility. While this is often initiated by employees, organisations are increasingly using the planned movement of staff within and across organisations as a talent optimisation strategy to skill up, reward and retain high performing employees.

To find current temporary employment and mobility opportunities, please visit the Mobility and Development.

APS Employee Promotions, Movements and Employment Decisions

Further information related to promotions and movements of current ongoing APS employees and relevant employment decision reviews and committees is available at the Opens in a new windowAPS employment policy and advice.