​​​​​​​Jobs Queensland

Overview

The Queensland Government has established Jobs Queensland, as an independent statutory entity providing strategic industry advice to government on skills demand and future workforce planning.

The Jobs Queensland Act 2015 (PDF, 380KB) outlines the organisation's legislated functions and board structure.

Jobs Queensland is part of the government's commitment to make the vocational education and training (VET) sector in Queensland the strongest and most productive in the nation.

It will play a key role to foster a skilled and productive workforce for Queensland's changing economy and support Queenslanders into the jobs of the future.

Jobs Queensland will provide skills analysis of industry sectors across the state to advise government on current and future skills needs, undertake workforce planning activities and provide advice to government on the apprenticeship and traineeship system.

Jobs Queensland is a critical step in ensuring industry has an independent voice to help prioritise government's investment in VET to underpin effective skills development and sustainable economic growth.

Members

Jobs Queensland is led by an independent group of members with a mix of skills, experience and capabilities to provide the best possible advice to government.

Members are drawn from industry leaders, employer and employee representatives, and individuals with expert or specialist skills to help meet its function.

Members of Jobs Queensland are:

  • Rachel Hunter (Chairperson)
  • Daniel Gschwind
  • ​Charis Mullen
  • David Norris
  • Kristine Skippington
  • Jennifer Thomas
  • Rohan Webb
  • Peter Henneken
  • Tamilyn Brennan​
  • Alan Sparks
  • Professor Paul Boreham
  • Dr Scott Davis.

Contact us

To make an enquiry, contact the Jobs Queensland Secretariat:
Email: info@jobsqueensland.qld.gov.au​
Telephone: (07) 3436 6190
Mailing address: PO Box 80, Ipswich Qld 4305
Head office: Level 6, Icon Building, 117 Brisbane Street, Ipswich Qld 4305

 
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Last updated
27 September 2016