||2014 ABS Graduate Development Program
||$54,130 - $66,777
||APS Level 3, APS Level 4
|Agency Employment Act:
||PS Act 1999
||13/Grad14 | Several Positions
The ABS’ statistical programs are supported by service areas which deliver assistance and advice on statistical methods, data and metadata management, information technology, client management, dissemination, human resources and other corporate services. In addition to producing statistical publications, the ABS also undertakes a range of statistical leadership activities focused on increasing the understanding of statistics used by government, organisations, schools and the wider community.
There are opportunities for graduates in the following streams: Statistical; Methodology & Data Management; Service and Information & Communication Technology (for more information about these areas refer to our website).
The ABS Graduate Development Program (GDP)offers opportunities to graduates across a variety of different disciplines including: Accounting, Arts & Design, Business & Commerce, Communications & Media, Demography, Finance & Economics, Econometrics, Geography, HR, Humanities, Industrial Relations, Information Management, IT & Computing, Librarianship, Marketing, Mathematics, Operations Research, Policy/ Legislation/Planning, Project Management, Psychology, Science, Social Sciences, Statistics, Web Design and Development.
The ABS GDP provides you with practical on-the-job training through team based work or projects. Our nine month program will involve structured formal training and development activities that are designed to:
• assist you to transition into the ABS and the Australian Public Service
• provide you with training specific to your subject matter area
• provide work rotations and formal projects (subject to areas placed)
• give opportunities to access buddies
• offer networking opportunities
ABS generalist graduates commence at the APS 3 level and will be eligible to advance to the APS 4 level upon successful completion of the GDP. Information and Communications Technology (ICT) graduates commence at the APS 4 level and will be eligible to advance to the top of the salary range for this classification upon successful completion of the GDP.
To be successful you will need to possess a competitive transcript and strong communication skills. You will have the ability to think laterally, display resilience, adapt to change, enjoy challenging analytical work and be able to work in a dynamic environment.
How to apply
To apply for our graduate program, you must submit an application online via our e-Recruitment system. Applications will be open from 7 March 2013 through to 26 April 2013. For more information about the application process, refer to our website www.abs.gov.au/careers and find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/absstats
To be eligible for our program:
• You must be an Australian Citizen, before the program commences in January 2014.
• You shoud have completed at least an undergraduate qualification in the three years prior to the program commencing in 2014.
Canberra, Sydney, Darwin, Brisbane, Adelaide, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth
About Australian Bureau of Statistics
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) is Australia’s official national statistical agency. The ABS provides statistics on a wide range of economic, social and environmental matters covering government, business and the population in general. The ABS also has an important coordination function with respect to the statistical activities of other official bodies, both in Australia and overseas.
The ABS has a central office in Canberra and regional offices located in the eight state and territory capitals and offers exciting and challenging opportunities for highly professional individuals who enjoy working in a team environment. We encourage and value a diverse workforce. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people with a disability are encouraged to apply.
To find out more visit our website at http://www.abs.gov.au.
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