A fixed-term and casual employment register is not a vacancy and inclusion on a register does not guarantee any offer of employment will be made.
The State Service Management Office invites applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people interested in being included on the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Fixed-term Employment Register (The Register). The Register will remain open for recruitment up to and including 28 August 2017.
The Register is used for filling Aboriginal Identified positions as well as vacancies targeted to be filled under specific Aboriginal recruitment strategies.
Aboriginal Identified positions are positions that have been approved by the Head of the State Service in accordance with Employment Direction No. 10 – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Tagged and Identified Positions. They are positions in which the Aboriginal Community is the major client group; therefore Aboriginality is an essential requirement. The positions involve:
- working with Aboriginal clients;
- providing a service to Aboriginal clients; and/or
- developing policy or programs that have an impact on the Aboriginal community.
The Register may also be used to fill other fixed-term full-time, part-time or casual positions for periods up to 12 months.
To be eligible to be placed on the Register, you must be an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person.
As of 1 July 2016, there is a new process for determining eligibility for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander programs and services.
To be considered eligible, you must:
- have Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander ancestry;
- self-identify as an Aboriginal person and/or Torres Strait Islander; and
- be recognised as an Aboriginal person and/or Torres Strait Islander by the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander community in which you live or have lived.
In order to assess your eligibility, you must complete the Confirmation of Eligibility form. The form includes:
- a statutory declaration stating that you meet the above criteria; and
- a statement of communal recognition to be completed and signed by an Aboriginal organisation.
If you have been found eligible under the previous Tasmanian Government Policy on Eligibility for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Specific Programs and Services you are not required to complete the Confirmation of Eligibility form. Instead, please provide confirmation of your existing eligibility. If you do not have evidence of your previous eligibility, please contact the Office of Aboriginal Affairs on (03) 6232 7082 to request the documentation.
Please visit the Department of Premier and Cabinet website for more information.
What do I need to include with my application?
In order for your application to be assessed, you will need to provide the following:
- a current Resume;
- the Confirmation of Eligibility Form; and
- the Aboriginal Employment Register Application Form (for mail and email applications only).
Application form and associated documents
Aboriginal Employment Register - Information Sheet and Application form (2016).DOCX
Aboriginal Employment Register - Information Sheet and Application form (2016).pdf
Confirmation of Eligibility Form.PDF
How to apply
Online applications are preferred, please click the blue Apply Now button. If you apply online please do not send a postal application as well.
Your online application must include the Confirmation of Eligibility form, as well as a current Resume. You are not required to submit an Aboriginal Employment Register Application Form when applying online.
if you would prefer to submit your application by email, please include the Confirmation of Eligibility form, Aboriginal Employment Register Application Form (2016) as well as a current Resume and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would prefer to submit your application by mail, please include the Confirmation of Eligibility form, Aboriginal Employment Register Application Form (2016) as well as a current Resume. Postal applications can be sent to:
State Service Management Office
GPO Box 123
Hobart TAS 7001
For more information
State Service Management Office