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Clean Energy Regulator

  • 100 - 500 employees

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders at Clean Energy Regulator

Clean Energy Regulator’s diversity values are showcased notably by their involvement in the APS RecruitAbility and Indigenous Trainee programs.

The Clean Energy Regulator is committed to ensuring employees have a better understanding of the culture, history and traditions of Indigenous Australians. Through internal training and awareness programs, together with unique employment opportunities for 

The Clean Energy Regulator provides an Indigenous Trainee Program which gives successful applicants the chance to rotate through key areas of the agency, with full support and an opportunity to obtain a Certificate 3 in Government. This is just one entry point for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to join the Australian Public Service.

Another key focus within the agency is promoting staff involvement in Indigenous celebrations such as NAIDOC week and National Reconciliation week to encourage understanding and recognition of Indigenous people. 

To read more about indigenous graduates at Clean Energy Regulator, read a day in the life of Dean Allen.

This year Clean Energy Regulator are participating in centralised recruitment through the Indigenous Graduate Pathway.

As an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander you will be able to complete one application and be considered for multiple Agencies and Departments within the Australian Public Service (APS).