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NSW Government Careers and Employment

About us
The NSW Government is the biggest employer in Australia with more than 300,000 casual, part and full time workers as well as apprentices and trainees in jobs ranging from agriculture to health, teaching to law, administration to environmental management, engineering to policing.

By working for the NSW Government you can contribute to the success
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There are exciting opportunities for people at all stages in their career - from entry level jobs, graduates, apprentices and trainees, people returning to work and transferring from the private sector.

The NSW Public Sector is committed to the following outcomes:

- a diverse and skilled workforce

- improved employment access and participation for EEO groups

- a workplace culture displaying fair workplace practices and behaviours
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What is it like to work at NSW Government?

Work/Life Balance
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What are people saying about the leadership at NSW Government?

of employees approve of CEO’s performance
CEO Approval is based on 21 ratings
Poor executive leadership
Written by Program Manager (Former Employee) from DFSI on 3 November 2019
No accountability and no ownership. Difficult to get anyone to make decisions. Senior executives had poor strategic management skills, and micro managed. Many decisions were put off until situations became critical. Poor relationships with other government divisions. Terrible financial management of the public purse. Low capability of staff , with no - more...
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What did candidates say about the interview at NSW Government?

Interview experience
Based on 10 interviews
Interview difficulty
Based on 10 interviews
Interview process length
Based on 10 interviews
More than one month
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