This means our graduates need to be people who:
- are not afraid of a challenge
- have talent potential
- have strong analytical skills
- have great organisational skills
- have excellent communication skills
- can work as part of a team, and
- are prepared for issues that can be difficult, yet also rewarding.
To be eligible for these positions you must be an Australian Citizen on commencement of the program in February 2019.
The successful applicant must be able to obtain and maintain a Baseline security clearance, or hold a current security clearance of an appropriate level.
To be eligible you must have completed at a minimum, a bachelor’s degree or equivalent within the last 5 years.
You do not need a degree in a health-related subject, although you should have a genuine interest in health-related issues and working in a public service environment. We consider applicants with an undergraduate degree (minimum of a Bachelor’s degree) from a broad range of disciplines including, but by no means limited to, the following:
- accounting and finance
- data analysis
- human resources (HR)
- information and knowledge management
- information technology (IT)
- medical science
- population health
- science, and
- Accounting/Business and Commerce/Banking and Finance
- Government/Human Resources/Procurement/Research and Development/Communication/Arts and Humanities
- Health or Health Science