Strategic Directions 2021-22 (PDF, 120 KB)
Jobs Queensland’s Strategic Directions 2021-22 details our vision, mission and commitment, as well as our value proposition for key stakeholders.
Our Strategic Directions articulates our four strategic objectives, as well as the key initiatives that will be undertaken to deliver them. It demonstrates Jobs Queensland’s continued support of the development of a highly skilled and adaptable Queensland workforce; one that aligns with global opportunities, meets employer needs now and in the future, meets individual aspirations, and strengthens the economy and communities around the state.
IMPACTS AND FORWARD AGENDA
Impacts and Forward Agenda (PDF, 1.21 MB)
Jobs Queensland’s Impacts and Foward Agenda highlights our work program and key impacts since 2018. It demonstrates our position to support Queensland to maintain and
develop a highly skilled and resilient workforce to meet the needs of industry and individual aspirations into the future. Jobs Queensland’s forward agenda details our future activities to support the Good people.Good jobs: Queensland Workforce Strategy 2022-2032 as our strategic driver.
Annual Report for 2021-22 (PDF, 266 KB)
Now, more than ever, Queenslanders need a reliable source of information to make the best decisions for their future. Jobs Queensland is at the forefront, providing the evidence and intelligence our state needs to shape a better future for Queensland.
The Anticipating Future Skills (AFS) series, our flagship project, and its employment projections for 2020-21 to 2024-25 provided the central evidence base for the Queensland Workforce Summit 2022 and the Queensland Workforce Strategy.
During 2021-22, Jobs Queensland also released several resources to support and inform policy makers, regions and industry to address current and future workforce challenges and help them plan for the future of work in Queensland.
The Regional Jobs Committees were also provided with individual regional labour market profiles, online training and tailored advice help them plan and develop their workforce to meet current and future needs.
Our expertise has been called upon to support discrete pieces of work across government, including delivery of the Apprenticeship, women and workplace culture: A literature review, which informed the work of the Queensland Training Ombudsman, and the Hydrogen Industry Workforce Foundational Scan, that supported the development of the Hydrogen Industry Workforce Development Roadmap 2022-2032.
In 2022-23, Jobs Queensland will continue to take a strategic approach to identifying future skills needs and opportunities to improve workforce planning and development, and the apprenticeship and traineeship system.