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DHS is responsible for the design, development, delivery, co-ordination and monitoring of government services, social security, child support, students, families, aged care, health programs and superannuation release to the community.
The Department of Justice and Regulation is one of seven departments within the Victorian public sector. As a department, we deliver high-quality services to Victorians and support a safe, just, innovative and thriving Victoria.
We’re looking for Graduates and Summer Interns from a wide range of disciplines who are passionate about developing their skills, taking hold of opportunities and meeting the needs of our customers.
At the University of Melbourne, we understand that it takes people with passion, integrity and commitment to make the world a better place. If you want to make an impact with your work and build a career you can be proud of, the University of Melbourne is the right choice for you.
Share in our purpose and see the world through the lens of better. Better defines the way we work and starts with asking questions like, what’s next? You see, the biggest breakthroughs in the world happen by asking these two small but powerful words. And that’s what we’re all about at EY. And we wan
The Australian Defence Force (ADF) offers a range of professions for graduates looking for a career that offers satisfaction excitement and challenges that you wouldn't find in any other organisation.
At Bankwest, we’re big on people. The whole company is full of them. Not just any kind. The good kind. The kind that are
passionate about other people, and putting customers at the heart of everything they do.
ASIO was established in 1949 as Australia's national security intelligence service. ASIO operates under the direction of the Director-General of Security who is responsible to the Attorney-General.
ASIO's role is to identify and investigate threats to security, wherever they arise, and to provide advice to protect Australia, its people and its interests.

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