Our team is energetic with a diverse mix of backgrounds, experience and skills. We employ people from a range of professional backgrounds. For example, investigations, law enforcement, community and social work, law, planning and teaching.
The NSW Ombudsman is an equal employment opportunity employer. We promote a diverse workforce that represents the communities we serve. We particularly encourage applications from:
- Aboriginal peoples
- people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities
- LGBTIQA+ people
- people of all genders
- people with disability.
We support flexible working arrangements. All advertised full-time roles can be considered for part-time employment.
We have policies to ensure we select people to work with us on the basis of merit.
For current vacancies, see:
For general information about the public service recruitment and selection process, see:
- Public Service Commission – Applying for a role in the NSW Public Service
- Public Service Commission Employment Portal
Graduate recruitment and university placements
We accept requests for student work experience placements at our office. We can only do this when we can give the appropriate level of support and guidance to students.
Requests for placements need to include a statement of support from your university.
We do not have a graduate recruitment program. We encourage university graduates to apply for current vacancies.
For more information about our recruitment process, student placements or a career at the NSW Ombudsman, contact us.