Australian Public Service Commission unveils its upgraded job portal

January 18, 2020
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The Australian Public Service Commission (APS) has recently debuted its revamped site for talent looking for public sector work.

The new APSJobs digital platform has a refreshed look and an improved user experience, according to the APS Commission.

While functionality is consistent with the old website, there have been some necessary improvements. For example, the new platform is responsive to different smart devices. The mobile-friendly platform features an easy search and subscribe functionality for people looking for jobs in the APS.

It also provides an agency portal that allows staff to advertise and report on recruitment activity in their respective agency and portfolio. FAQs have also been added to help users understand processes, including how they can create their own accounts, change their passwords, save searches, and receive alerts.

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January 18, 2020

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