Former VPS employees who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander or a person with disability, or participants of an identified VPS employment program* will be able to view and apply for VPS jobs through the JSE for an additional 12 months as or after they leave the public service.
The accurate identification of eligible individuals will happen in the offboarding process with the departing employee's manager as follows:
- Individuals will self-identify their eligibility via an offboarding form to completed by the departing employee.
- The offboarding form can be found here.
- It is the responsibility of the departing employee’s manager to ensure that eligible individuals are aware of this provision as they leave the VPS (or conclude their VPS employment program) and that eligible individuals have the opportunity to request extended access to the JSE.
- Once this form is completed, the JSE will be responsible for ensuring that these access permissions are in place. This access will be in place for 12 months from the former employee’s last day of employment with the VPS.
*Employment programs include:
- Youth Employment Scheme
- Youth Employment Program
- Youth Cadetship Scheme
- Any Aboriginal internship program in the VPS
- Any internship program in the VPS for people with disability
- Any internship program in the VPS for refugees and asylum seekers