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Health And Wellbeing Officer (522971)


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$ 94,469.00 to $ 105,158,000.00 pro rata, per annum.


Allied Health Professional Level 3


Allied Health Professionals Public Sector Unions Wages Agreement 2019

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We are a values-based workplace committed to attracting, empowering and retaining a diverse and resilient workforce. Our people help create strong, active and inclusive communities. Find out how this role could work for you

Period of employment / Hours:

Fixed term full-time day work (part-time hours may be considered by negotiation) commencing ASAP for a period of 12 months.

  • Please note: Other fixed term full-time and part-time vacancies, that may arise in the near future may also be filled from this selection process.


Capability & Resources - People & Culture - Safety and Wellbeing and Industrial Relations - North


Primary Purpose / Focus :

The Health and Wellbeing Officer will promote and foster the wellbeing of the Children, Youth and Families workforce, using a range of strategies and approaches that build emotional and psychological safety, resilience and promotes positive cultures and behaviours in the workplace. This includes:
  • Proactively input into the ongoing development and implementation of new people processes and initiatives, including leading the development and implementation of a Wellbeing strategy
  • Facilitating a rapid response to the workforce when a critical or adverse event occurs that ensures professional incident debriefing and counselling support is provided to staff in a timely and efficient manner.
  • Undertaking workforce engagement activities that promote employee energy, willingness and sense of satisfaction in their work, builds on the positive attributes people bring to work to promote workplace behaviours, and creates a climate of psychological and physical safety within the organisation.
  • Consulting with the workforce on issues related to supporting staff in the performance of their work, including direct practice issues, and managing change.

Selection criteria includes:

  • Demonstrated experience in creatively designing and delivering a health and wellbeing strategy and promotion initiatives in a geographically dispersed service area or organisation.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of contemporary research and practice in the area of workplace health and wellbeing with particular focus on high risk human service areas.
  • Proven engagement, collaboration and counselling skills with the capability to build and maintain positive relationships to influence behaviours at both an individual and workforce level.
  • Note : - Please refer to the Statement of Duties for ALL the selection criteria of this position to address in your application.

Desirable Requirements:

  • Current Driver’s Licence,

Essential Requirements:

  • Satisfactory completion of an appropriate course of study at a recognised tertiary institution.
  • Current Tasmanian Working with Children Registration (Employment type)

The Head of the State Service has determined that the person nominated for this job is to satisfy a pre‑employment check before taking up the appointment, on promotion or transfer. The following checks are to be conducted:

  • 1. Conviction checks in the following areas:
    • a) crimes of violence
    • b) sex related offences
    • c) serious drug offences
    • d) crimes involving dishonesty
    • e) serious traffic offences (If Driver's License is an Essential Requirement )
  • 2. Identification check
  • 3. Disciplinary action in previous employment check.

Download the Statement of Duties and any Associated Documents

Statement of Duties (PDF) : 522971, 522972 Health and Wellbeing Officer HP03 (January 2021) HPRNL.pdf

Statement of Duties (Word) : 522971, 522972 Health and Wellbeing Officer HP03 (January 2021) HPRNL.docx


Applicant Guide - Communities Tasmania_2020.pdf

Applicant Guide - Communities Tasmania_2020.docx

*** Prospective applicants please note: ***

  • All prospective or interested applicants to this position are strongly encouraged to contact Jacqui Allen (contact details below) for further information about the position, and clarification about the specific written requirements of your application .
  • Also refer below on 'How to apply'

For more information (Contact Officer) :

Name: Jacqui Allen

Email: jacqui.allen@communities.tas.gov.au

Phone: (03) 6166 3811


How to apply:

Your application to the vacancy must be submitted as a Short Form Application (SFA)

SFA consists of a maximum two-page written application and a resume.

SFA Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for Applicants : SFA_Applicant FAQ.docx

Online applications are preferred - please click the blue 'Apply Now' button.

If you apply online: - Please DO NOT send a hard copy application as well. - You do not need to upload an Application for Employment form.

- OR -

If you have any difficulty accessing/using the online application process please email your application documents (preferably combined as 1 word or pdf document only) AND a copy of the application form (below) to : workforce.strategy@communities.tas.gov.au

Application for Employment (Word).docx

Application for Employment (PDF).pdf

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