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What we do

As an independent voice to Government, Jobs Queensland is a conduit for communication and a vehicle for change. Together with its partners, Jobs Queensland works to shape a prosperous future for Queensland’s economy and society.

Jobs Queensland's functions

Jobs Queensland brings together industry, industry associations and peak bodies, regions, communities, employers and unions to:

  • provide strategic advice on future skills needs, helping Government to prioritise its investment in vocational education and training
  • offer strategic advice on apprenticeships and traineeships to build on their role as a key pathway to employment and a skilled workforce
  • undertake workforce planning and development initiatives to advise on actions to achieve future skills and workforce needs
  • be a source of quality, reliable data that can be used by all stakeholders
  • be accessible to regions and communities and be responsive to critical concerns and opportunities
  • proactively work across all levels of government to shape advice and priorities that will facilitate a cohesive and capable workforce for the future
  • commission research into future industry needs to ensure Queensland’s workforce is skilled to meet the challenges ahead.

Jobs Queensland Act 2015

The Jobs Queensland Act 2015 outlines the functions of Jobs Queensland. Read the Act online.

Jobs Queensland engagement principles

The Jobs Queensland Board includes representation from employer and employee groups, industry and regions around Queensland that helps enable us to consult widely with industry.

We regularly engage with a large number of peak industry bodies, key stakeholders and relevant organisations to ensure the strategic involvement of parties critical to the delivery of our program of work.

To engage with Jobs Queensland on our program of work, please contact us or find out more our current engagements.

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Jobs Queensland Board Members

Jobs Queensland Secretariat Executive

Last updated 11 November 2022