Jobs and workplace
Information about employer responsibilities, including recruiting, paying, managing and dismissing staff, as well as information about the the legal obligations that apply to all NSW employers.
The jobs.nsw website is your starting point for finding a career with the NSW Government. Search and apply for jobs online.
View and apply for jobs within the NSW Government.
Calendar of public holidays in NSW.
Job seekers can search for jobs via the map on the homepage by choosing their state, local area and occupation category.
Information about unfair dismissal, discrimination and your rights at work.
WorkCover works with employers, workers and the community of NSW to achieve safer and more productive workplaces.
Australia's leading local government job board. Search here for local government jobs throughout NSW.
Get advice about making your workplace safer and develop ways to prevent injuries, illness and incidents.
Information and tips about the application process for NSW Government positions.
APSjobs will help you discover the flexible and diverse career paths the public service has to offer by linking you to vacancies in the APS, the Australian Parliamentary Service and many other Australian Government agencies.
Insurance and claim information for employers.
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.
Being a firefighter is no ordinary job as the work is varied and challenging, with no two days ever the same. With regular training, a career in firefighting offers plenty of opportunities to develop new skills and to specialise in particular areas.
Information about superannuation from the Australian Taxation Office.
Improve productivity - invest in training and increase your employees’ skills.
Find information about pay, leave and conditions, termination of employment, unions, disputes, complaints and industrial action.
Tax information from the Australian Taxation Office.
EmployABILITY is the NSW Government’s strategy to increase the employment of people with disability, including people with mental illness in the NSW public sector.
For a career that makes a real difference, consider life as a NSW Police Officer. It's a career where your skills, integrity and determination can really help to make a safer community.
This site provides guidance on how to write and what to include in a resume.
Information on apprenticeships, traineeships and access to accredited training in NSW that will help you into a job.
Casual.Direct is an automated casual teacher staffing system offering a statewide service to schools and approved casual teachers.
Leave entitlements for all employees covered by national workplace laws are included in the National Employment Standards (NES).
Advice about making your workplace safer and developing ways to prevent injuries, illness and incidents.
Visa options are available for people who want to migrate permanently to Australia and who have the required skills and qualifications.
Find out more about the training opportunities open to you in NSW.
Information about starting a new job, getting paid, your entitlements, leaving work, health and safety, and young workers.
Jobwise supports mature age employment. It contains information for employers, mature age job seekers and mature age workers.
The Pay Rates Calculator helps you calculate base rates of pay and penalty rates for employees who were covered by transitional awards before 1 January 2010.
NSW Health currently employs more than 100,000 people across the public health system. Search for a job in health here.
Not-for-profit organisations looking to recruit skilled, experienced volunteers for short-term or long-term positions.
The Working Holiday program allows young people to have an extended holiday supplemented by short-term employment.
The Centre for Volunteering is the peak body in NSW promoting and supporting volunteering and community participation.
To become a volunteer you need to be aged 16 and over. Some skills you can acquire once you have joined up include: becoming a competent crew member, radio operator, skipper of a rescue vessel, help to fundraise, and enjoy the social life among a friendly team of community service orientated people.
Information for members of the NSW SES Volunteer Association including a discussion forum, photo gallery, activity updates and news that may be of interest to members.
Information on how to become a Nipper, Surf Lifesaver or Lifeguard in NSW.
Volunteering opportunities in the NSW emergency services.