Career portal

Careers.Vic is the official search portal for public sector jobs and career opportunities with the Victorian Government.

Over 250 Victorian Public Sector employers advertise job vacancies on the website. They include:

  • all public service departments and agencies
  • public hospitals and health services
  • public schools
  • public entity employers, such as Victoria Police and Health Services.

View VHBA job opportunities

It’s important that the Victorian Public Service is diverse and inclusive, so it reflects the community we serve. That’s why we’ve made pathways for applicants with a disability and Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islanders.

Aboriginal employment

The Victorian Public Service is committed to increasing Aboriginal employment and investing in our Aboriginal workforce. You can access a range of programs designed to provide cultural safety, provide one-on-one support and networking opportunities.

There is also a range of employment initiatives for Aboriginal young people and students. To find out more, visit the Careers.Vic website.

Disability employment

The Victorian Public Sector is an inclusive and diverse workplace and workforce. We encourage people with a disability to apply for any advertised position. You will receive adjustments and supports throughout – from applications, the recruitment process to ongoing support in the workplace.

There is also a number of disability employment initiatives for young people and students with a disability. To find out more, visit the Careers.Vic website.

As a Victorian public service employee, you will have priority access to job opportunities across the public service through the Jobs and Skills Exchange.

Roles advertised can be fixed-term, casual, seasonal or secondments, and offer the opportunity to learn new skills and advance your career.

Find out more about the Job and Skills Exchange on the Victorian Government website.


The Victorian public sector offers paid cadetships to young people to gain work experience in departments and agencies. There are two programs – the Youth Cadetship Scheme and the Aboriginal Undergraduate Cadetship Program. Find out more on the Careers.Vic website.

Student placements

The Victorian public sector offers work experience placements for Year 9 and Year 10 high school students. In a work experience placement, you'll get insights into how the Victorian Government works,

as well as learning about the day-to-day operations of a particular business area. You can contact us directly for information about placements.

Each year, hundreds of graduates join the Victorian Public Sector, with diverse roles available across the state.

Victorian Government graduate program

The Victorian Government graduate program is a 12-month development program with three rotations in different departments. When you successfully complete this program, you’re guaranteed a job and a promotion.

Find out more about the program on the Victorian Government website.

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