Queensland Government Careers and Employment
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenue$1.5bn to $7bn (AUD)
- IndustryGovernment & Public Administration
Queensland welcomes people from interstate and overseas with ideas, skills and initiative to share a quality of life that ranks with the best in the world. A relaxed lifestyle, affordable homes and easy commuting make Queensland one of Australia's most attractive places to live and work. The people of Queensland enjoy an outdoor lifestyle with world class beaches and waterways, national parks, rainforests and tropical reefs. The pleasant climate (average summer temperatures of 25 degrees Celsius, average winter temperatures of 15 degrees Celsius) means that Queenslanders enjoy more winter sunshine and warmth than most other Australian states. Queensland's enviable lifestyle ensures that its current population of over 4.5 million continues to grow and prosper.
With up-to-date technology and services, the lowest taxes in Australia and plenty of space to develop and expand, Queensland is the preferred location for many new businesses each year.
Queensland Government offers challenging and rewarding jobs and careers that make a difference to the lives of Queenslanders. They have over 150,000 jobs in hundreds of locations in Queensland, in Australia and overseas.
Salary estimated from 352 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
Provided an environment where innovation was welcome and effort rewarded. Resulted in committed and productive team work and a harmonious office workplace.
I think it’s fun exhausting at times sometimes you have to do a lot of reading in between the lines but When am I getting paid for the work I have done.😃
Worked at RBWH, very friendly staff and supportive culture. I felt accepted very well as a junior staff member. Enjoyed and looked forward to going to work everyday.
Expected to work in a high stress environment and cover for staff sickness on going and then management blame you for hitting burn out and needing sick leave as a result from the working conditions.
- Colleagues that speak down about their peers and students. - transfer lies that say we can get back home within three years which isn’t the case. - negative view of colleagues and management - never ending introduction of useless diagnostics that take time away from teaching. - prescriptive tools that take our autonomy away. - dangerous students and no way to protect ourselves - desks and chairs thrown. - ever increasing class sizes - lack of non-contact - lack of inclusion - terrible staff and student wellbeing.
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Insights from 53 Indeed users who have interviewed with Queensland Government within the last 5 years.
With my experience in a vast range of other businesses, that have worked in l have picked up a lot of different skills. Customers or clients need to be handled accordingly. They are the people that keep your company going, and need to be treated appropriately, problems need to be solved as soon as possible for everyones benefits.
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