As the state’s largest employer, Queensland Government is committed to creating an inclusive and diverse workforce that better reflects the community we serve.
This means creating an inclusive culture that promotes the skills and insights of our people irrespective of gender, ethnicity, generation, sexual orientation or disability.
Our inclusion and diversity strategy highlights our commitment to flexible workspaces, work-life blend and building workforces and workplaces that support inclusion and diversity across the sector.
- promotion of resources available to support people with disability at work
- coordination and reporting on aggregated public sector workforce outcomes arising from agency disability service plans.
All Queensland Government departments have Disability Service Plans in place to improve access and provide appropriate government services for people with a disability and their families.
We are supportive of making adjustments (accessibility or otherwise) to our application process, should that be necessary, so please feel comfortable in identifying as having a disability when registering your interest on the Graduate Portal form.
Find out more about our inclusion and diversity commitments.