Yes. To support the Government’s commitment to increasing diversity and inclusion across the VPS, individuals are eligible apply for jobs through the JSE for 12 months after they leave the VPS if they:
a. identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander; and/or
b. identify as a person with disability (Clause 35).
Participants of the following employment pathway programs and internship programs (VPS and Victorian public entities) are also eligible to access and apply for jobs through the JSE during their program and for 12 months after they complete their employment:
a. Youth Employment Scheme
b. Youth Employment Program
c. Youth Cadetship Scheme
d. Any Aboriginal internship program
e. Any internship program for people with disability
f. Any internship program for refugees and asylum seekers (Clause 36).
Any VPS employee covered by one or more of these categories above can apply for extended access by completing the Extended JSE access for eligible employees - registration form which is available on the JSE website and submit this to the JSE.
Further details in relation to eligibility for extended access to the JSE, and steps required by HR and managers to identify eligible employees, is available on the JSE website:
Extended access to the JSE – Jobs and Skills Exchange help