2021

New Merit Selection Training Manual

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New Merit Selection Training Manual

The Recruitment process in the NTPS is designed to select the person who will perform best in the advertised vacancy not the person who performed best in the selection process.

New guidance for defence and veteran job applicants

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New guidance for defence and veteran job applicants

Rank to grade. This guidance assists Defence and Veterans to compare rank to NT Government classifications and levels. It will also assist selection panel members in their assessment of serving and ex-serving applicants.

New Merit Selection E-learn package now available on MyLearning

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New Merit Selection E-learn package now available on MyLearning

OCPE has produced a new Merit Selection eLearning package ideal for our regional and remote employees needing to refresh their skills in recruitment. Please allow approximately 60 minutes for completion of the course.

Silver linings - beyond the silos

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Silver linings - beyond the silos

Learning from our response to COVID-19.

Aboriginal Employment and Career Development Strategy 2021-2025 Launch

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Aboriginal Employment and Career Development Strategy 2021-2025 Launch

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.

UN Public Service Day

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UN Public Service Day

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.

Role of a support person - Commissioner's guideline

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Role of a support person - Commissioner's guideline

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.