New job, same great super fund
Good news. Eligible PSSap members who no longer work for the Australian Government may be able to have their new employer’s contributions paid into PSSap and remain a PSSap contributing member.
For more details, eligibility requirements and the latest updates, please see New job, same great super fund.
What can you do?
Non-contributor means you no longer contribute to PSSap. That’s because you:
- ceased working for a relevant Australian Government employer, or
- opted for your super contributions to be paid to a fund other than PSSap.
What you can do with PSSap now is determined by your current employment situation.
Do you still work for a relevant Australian Government employer?
Yes – I still work for a relevant Australian Government employer (ie I’m in the APS)
You can join or rejoin PSSap at any time, even if you chose a different fund before.
- Contact your personnel section to join or rejoin PSSap. If joining, you should receive a copy of the Product Disclosure Statement and the Financial Services Guide.
No – I don’t work for a relevant Australian Government employer (ie I left the APS)
If you decide to pursue a career outside the Australian Public Service, you may be able to continue to contribute to PSSap. You can find more information in our news item—New job, same great super fund!