New South Wales (NSW) Government
About the Levels of Government in New
In Australia our government is broken
into three levels;
Commonwealth (or Federal) Government, State/Territory Government and
Local Government. Every single level accounts for it's individual
industrial relations and they because of this keep control of and
recruit their work force independently. Every level of government and
the way they conduct their recruitment is described in more detail
Commonwealth (or Federal) Government
implements laws and regulations created by the Federal Parliament. The
Commonwealth Government's accountabilities are set out in the
Australian Constitution and basically embody national matters,
including trade and commerce, currency, immigration, defence,
telecommunications and welfare. The Commonwealth Government is headed
by a Prime Minister. Commonwealth Government agencies are found all
over Australia, within urban and non-urban areas.
index of Commonwealth Government departments and agencies is available here.
All permanent and several non permanent openings are
publicised widely on this website.
New South Wales State Government
is accountable for matters including police, schools, roads, hospitals,
public housing and business regulation.A very comparable framework to
the Commonwealth Government is found in the State Government, that's
headed by a Premier. Positions in the State Government are found all
over the Northern Territory with the majority in Sydney.
A listing of the NSW Government's departments and agencies is
All permanent as well as some short term opportunities are
announced publicly on this
assist the state government and are normally in the form of a council
or shire. They are responsible for town planning, building works, local
roads, parking, water and sewerage, waste disposal, domestic animals
and community facilities. A council is headed by a Mayor. Local
government premises are situated in every council or shire in the state.
A list of NSW's councils is available here.
for vacancies via each council's individual website (follow the above
link to find the website addresses for local councils in NSW).