The evergreen Indigenous employment program is a new initiative open
only to Indigenous Australians. It is a two tiered development program that
will build your skills and if you do well, you could get moved into a higher
Evergreen provides great learning opportunities and on-the-job training which
will help you build your workplace skills and work in a wide variety of roles. Successful
applicants will be employed at the APS 2 level and on a permanent basis.
During the program, you may be required to:
You don’t need previous work experience to be eligible for the program, you
just need to be able to:
The program is currently recruiting to the following sites:
To be eligible for the evergreen Indigenous development program you must
be able to provide written evidence that you:
All our jobs are filled on merit. This means we assess the
suitability of applicants to do the duties of the job using a selection
If your written application is successful we will ask you to
come in for an interview.
If you are unsuccessful we will notify you after the
interview stage and give you some feedback once we have finished the selection
When short listing applications, we specifically consider an
We use a number of selection processes and a mix of
assessment methods to assess an applicant’s suitability for the job. The
assessment methods we may use include:
From this recruitment and selection exercise we may form an
order of merit , and we may use it to fill similar vacancies, should they
arise. We may use the order of merit for up to 12 months from when this
job was advertised.
You will have the opportunity to participate in a program of
professional learning and development. This will include a range of activities
The corporate learning component introduces you to our
environment, work and people. We will provide you with professional development
opportunities to help you work effectively in the ATO and the public service.
positions in the Evergreen Indigenous employment pathway program have now
Thank you to
everyone who applied for the positions. If you were unsuccessful on this
occasion please stay tuned for more employment opportunities for Indigenous
Australians in the near future.
You can do this by signing up to job alerts at www.ato.gov.au/careers or by following our Facebook and Twitter pages.
For more information contact Isaac Simon from Indigenous Employment and Partnerships on (02) 9374 8723 or email@example.com
For more information see the About us section or go to the ATO website external link.
To be eligible for employment in the ATO, you must be an Australian citizen at the time you commence with the ATO or a current ongoing APS employee.
Late applications may not be considered.
You should first check if one was sent by logging on to e-Recruitment external link, and clicking on 'My Profile' then 'My Emails'. If your acknowledgement is not shown email the contact officer for your particular vacancy.
You are able to log into e-Recruitment and update your personal details at any time. However, you cannot change other details in your application such as your employment and education history, your statement detailing your claims to the positions, or your site preferences (if relevant to the vacancy in question). If there are significant issues that affect the information in your application, you should email the contact officer for your particular vacancy.
It is a condition of employment in the ATO that you agree to have a criminal history records check. You'll be asked to provide information about yourself and to give us the right to check any information you provide with relevant authorities such as the Australian Federal Police.