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Department of Health and Ageing - National Indigenous cadetship program (part of Indigenous cadetship support)

 

Overview

The National Indigenous cadetship program is an initiative which provides assistance and work placement opportunities to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. To qualify for the program, students need to be studying an undergraduate full time degree at an Australian tertiary institution. The length of the cadetship depends on the student's degree and at what point during their study they apply for a cadetship. Cadetships are generally for three years and the work placement component involves completion of approximately a thirteen week period.
On successful completion of their degree, the cadet is automatically advanced to an APS3 position with confirmation of ongoing employment status dependent upon satisfactory completion of both the academic and work placement components of the cadetship.

Application details: Please refer to the information page (link below)

Contacts

Email: graduate.coordinator@health.gov.au

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Last updated: 10 March 2011
 
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