This applicant pool will be used to identify potentially suitable applicants for future permanent and temporary roles. Your details will remain in the pool and should there be an employment opportunity you will be contacted to discuss your application further. Additional selection processes (interview, testing reference checks and pre-employment checks) to further assess suitability for appointment to a specific position may be required.
The Office of State Revenue (OSR) provides Queenslanders with expert, insightful and trusted stewardship of Queensland revenue that supports the delivery of vital government services. We are responsible for collecting state taxes (including duties, payroll tax and land tax) and mining and petroleum royalties, administering certain grants, and collecting and enforcing unpaid fines and court orders. Our workforce of around 520 people administers a revenue base of approximately $15 billion and grant schemes of approximately $100 million per annum by delivering simple, efficient and equitable revenue management services. We take a client centric approach to help our clients meet their obligations and receive their correct entitlements.
These positions offer opportunities to build a strong foundation for your future career. You may work flexibly across a range of different OSR business divisions, providing valuable opportunities for continued learning, development and growth. We value leadership and contribution across all levels of OSR. It is expected that you will proactively take responsibility for your own learning, applying knowledge and insight to your own work and sharing your ideas with others. You will model positive, proactive and collaborative behaviour using open and respectful conversations to build relationships across and external to OSR. You will be encouraged to implement change which supports the organisation's goals and business direction You will join with us in creating a constructive workplace environment that leads to a better experience for our clients and stakeholders and delivering exceptional services to Queensland.
Queensland Treasury is committed to building an inclusive and diverse workforce that reflects the community we serve and treating all applicants equitably. This starts with recruitment including making reasonable adjustments to support applicants at all stages of the process. The methods used in the recruitment for a role may vary, but the sorts of processes used may include: online application form, online cognitive testing, work test, video interview, written response task, assessment centre, in-person interview.
Applications to remain current for 12 months
Closing Date: Thursday 26 August 2021
03/05/2021$0Brisbane1 Administration & Office Support
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