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Vacancies advertised on this page are only open to ongoing APS employees employed under the Public Service Act 1999, who may be promoted or transferred temporarily on a non-ongoing basis. If you are not an ongoing employee of the Australian Public Service please see below on how to apply for the non-ongoing Temporary registers at ComSuper.

There are currently no vacancies for permanent positions.

Temporary registers

We maintain two registers for people who are interested in non-ongoing (temporary) employment. The registers are primarily used to fill short-term positions at short notice. However, opportunities for longer term employment arise from time-to-time. Applications remain on the registers for three months from the date we receive them.

The two registers are:

If you intend to apply, please first check that you meet the eligibility criteria.

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ComSuper is always on the lookout for talent. Our people are our strength. They are skilled in a range of disciplines, particularly Information & Communications Technology; Superannuation and Administrative Law; and Finance and Accounting. We look for well-rounded people with excellent written and oral communications skills; good problem-solving skills, and an interest in superannuation/financial services.

ComSuper employees are given the opportunity to make a real difference, use their qualifications and enhance their skills. We are committed to excellence and continuous improvement in an industry undergoing significant national legislative reform. We have a number of major projects underway that are aimed at the delivery of more accurate, more timely and more efficient services.

ComSuper invests in both technology and our people. We support and reward innovation, strong leadership and ongoing professional development. And we promote a positive work environment.

ComSuper is located in the ACT and is the Australian Government Agency responsible for administering the superannuation schemes for Australian Government and Australian Defence Force members, some of the most complex superannuation schemes in Australia.

If you’d like to find out more, please contact

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Last updated April 22, 2014