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Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business

4.3
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Job Satisfaction at Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business

8.2
8.2 rating for Job Satisfaction, based on 26 reviews
Please comment on your role and day-to-day responsibilities.
Testing, Gathering user requirements, answering queries
Graduate, Canberra
In my current role I experience good variety, have opportunities to network, contribute to challenging work, and have a close relationship with my Director.
Graduate, Canberra
Writing good news stories, social media monitoring and content creation, writing briefs/minutes, attending jobs fairs, marketing research...
Graduate, Canberra
Writing reports and analyses using administrative and survey data.
Graduate, Canberra
The day-to-day responsibilities vary depending on the work coming in. I very much favour busy times where I am given more responsibility and where it feels my contributions are more valuable. Overall, I have very much felt part of a team and have been extremely engaged and satisfied.
Graduate, Canberra
Preparing briefs, minutes and summaries; research and analysis; meeting with internal and external stakeholders; formulating research projects.
Graduate, Canberra
Policy research and writing
Graduate, Canberra
I undertake a few roles during my graduate year. At Enterprise Architecture Office, I create high-level overview of business processes and enterprise architecture models. At Business Intelligence Team, I am responsible for the rollout of enterprise-wide business intelligence software and a few other administration work such as mailbox monitoring.
Graduate, Canberra
Stakeholder management, writing briefs and ministerials
Graduate, Canberra
As a policy officer my day-to-day responsibilities include research and analysis, stakeholder engagement and media monitoring.
Graduate, Canberra
At the moment I'm in a Machinery of Government task force which makes for very interesting and diverse work .
Graduate, Canberra
Case law research, drafting legal advice and contributing to legislative developments
Graduate, Canberra
I joined the Dept to be a software developer. At first I was not doing this work but after speaking with managers I was moved into a developer position.
Graduate, Sydney
Policy work Briefing Research
Graduate, Canberra
My responsibilities include researching topics in preparation for drafting briefs and papers. I have also assisted in the monitoring and review of the Department's programmes.
Graduate, Canberra
It is varied, but involves monitoring case law and media, provision of legal advice and involvement in the drafting of legislation.
Graduate, Canberra