We provide challenging work with opportunities to develop new ideas and approaches that support some of the most vulnerable in our community.
We work in the following areas:
- healthcare and mental health
- children’s and family services
- youth services and justice
- disability services
- community services
- sexual assault and family violence services
- alcohol and drug rehabilitation services
- aged care
- public housing and services for the homeless
- income support
- vocational education and training
- employment services
- law enforcement and justice.
The activities and programs we advise on make a real difference to people. We supplement agencies’ internal resources and offer independent, objective analysis of program performance.
Recruits to our Health & Human Services practice (part of Government Advisory Services) can expect to become involved in a diverse range of professionally challenging activities, including:
- pricing, funding and resource allocation models
- performance measurement frameworks
- strategic and business planning
- stakeholder consultation
- service design.
You’ll possess (or be studying for) tertiary qualifications in human and/or health services and/or public policy (e.g. psychology, social work, nursing, allied health services, social policy, public policy). Other qualifications will be considered if they are associated with research, data and financial analysis skills.