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Support employees affected by workplace change

The Supporting Employees Affected by Workplace Change Directive outlines a process which matches employees affected by workplace change to appropriate vacancies.

The Public Service Commission (PSC) works with agencies to identify suitable alternative roles for employees registered as affected by workplace change.

All non-frontline vacancies classified AO3–SO (or equivalent) are referred to the PSC weekly for collation and distribution to agencies for matching against their employees using the eJobs Employee Placement System.

Some frontline roles are also referred to support major workforce change. Agencies must consider affected employees before filling vacancies.

1. eJobs Employee Placement System

The eJobs Employee Placement System enables agencies to:

  • submit vacancies directly into the system
  • review sector-wide vacancies available for affected employees.

Find out how to use eJobs EPS.

2. Case management

Agency case managers will support and guide affected employees through the placement process.

Support for case managers beyond the directive has been developed to ensure the best outcomes for agencies and employees.

Find out how to case manage affected employees.

3. Vacancy types identified for referral through SEAWC

Vacancies that have been identified for referral to eJobs are:

  • all non-frontline AO3–SO equivalent in any location as per requirements of Supporting employees affected by workplace change directive
  • roles impacted by the transition of the National Disability Insurance Scheme. This includes:
    • Classification (and equivalent):
      • AO2
      • PO2 – PO6
      • NO3
      • TO
    • SmartJobs categories
      • Accounting and Finance
      • Administration
      • Auditing and Compliance
      • Community Care
      • Community Engagement and Education
      • Creative Services/Design
      • Economics and Statistics
      • Facilities/Asset Management
      • Health – Allied Health, Clinical Support, Health Service Support (including Psychology, Social Work, Speech and Language Pathology, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy)
      • HR and Industrial Relations
      • IT and Telecommunications
      • Management
      • Marketing, PR and Communication
      • Policy and Planning
      • Procurement
      • Project Management
      • Psychology
      • Counselling and Social Work
      • Research
    • Roles excluded under applicable Smart Jobs categories:
      • Radiography and Sonography
      • Pharmacy
      • Dietetics
      • Oral Health
      • Audiology
      • Teaching
    • Locations of vacancies:
      • Brisbane
      • Beenleigh
      • Robina
      • Maryborough
      • Murgon
      • Hervey Bay
      • Cairns
      • Atherton
      • Cook Town
      • Innisfail
      • Mareeba
      • Mosman
      • Thursday Island
      • Tully
      • Weipa
      • Yarrabah
      • Mt Isa
      • Rockhampton
      • Gladstone
      • Bundaberg
      • Toowoomba
      • Ipswich and surrounding areas

4. National Disability Insurance Scheme

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is being rolled out in Queensland to help improve the lives of people with disability and create jobs in the disability sector. This growth means there are multiple career options available for Queensland Government employees impacted by the NDIS implementation.

The Queensland public sector NDIS workforce strategy (2015–2019) assists our agencies to manage the workforce impacts of the NDIS to Queensland Government employees.

For permanent employees impacted by NDIS roll out, there are number of career pathways available.

5. Employees on leave

The implementation support guide provides information for managers about implementing the directive for employees on various types of leave.

Download the implementation support guide (PDF, 90 KB) (PDF, 90 KB).

6. Self-assessment

Clause 18.2 of the directive requires agencies to undertake an annual self-assessment of their actions under the directive, with a particular focus on the effectiveness of case management with the agency.

The completed assessment must be provided to the Public Service Commission.

Download the self-assessment template (DOCX, 101 KB) (DOCX, 101 KB).