Learning from our response to COVID-19.
On Thursday 24 June the Commissioner for Public Employment launched the NTPS Aboriginal Employment and Career Development Strategy for 2021-2025 alongside the Minister for Public Employment, the Honorable Paul Kirby MLA and the Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, the Honorable Selena Uibo MLA. We were delighted to have Aunty Bilawara Lee attend the launch and deliver the Welcome to Country.
23 June is the UN Public Service Day and the 2021 theme is Innovating the Future Public Service. We are celebrating this important day by launching the NTPS Workforce Strategy 2021-2026.
A new Commissioner’s guideline has been developed for the NTPS to ensure a more consistent approach to support persons, particular during meetings relating to potential discipline and inability proceedings.
If you work for government, there are a range of training and events you can register for.
If you are Aboriginal and want to apply for government work, you may be eligible for priority consideration in recruitment under a special measures plan.
Our unsung heroes: who are the behind the scenes heroes in the NT Public Service? See who is helping keep us safe.
The Commissioner for Public Employment has updated the working from home agreement for public servants.
See and hear about the Commissioner of Public Employment's priorities for developing the public sector workforce to deliver government services to the Territory community, now and in the future.
The National Disability Services (NDS) held their annual NT Disability and Inclusion Awards gala on Saturday 2 November. Awards presented across a number of categories honoured businesses, organisations and individuals who make a positive impact in the disability sector.