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Careers at OQPC
The Office of the Queensland Parliamentary Counsel (OQPC) employs people with a range of skills, including legislative drafting, editing and publishing, and information technology.
There are currently no positions available at OQPC.
Our culture—diversity and inclusion
OQPC is committed to fostering a diverse, inclusive workplace by supporting equal opportunities regardless of gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation or disability. OQPC promotes a respectful workplace culture that is free from all forms of harassment, bullying and discrimination.
OQPC prioritises the wellbeing of its people and recognises the importance of supporting and retaining a mobile, flexible and agile workforce.
Flexible work practices—balancing work, life and family
Flexible work practices allow staff to more effectively balance their work commitments with their life and family commitments. These arrangements often result in benefits for the workplace through tangible increases in staff morale, job satisfaction, productivity and staff wellbeing.
At OQPC, flexible work options include—
- accrued time off (flex-time)
- working flexible hours, including part-time work and flexible start and finish times
- teleworking—working from outside the workplace using telecommunications technology
- changed working arrangements, including leave at half-pay or no pay, purchasing extra recreation leave and transition to retirement.
OQPC is committed to making flexible work options available to all staff in an equitable way, while maintaining the highest standards in drafting and access to legislation.
OQPC is committed to offering staff ongoing opportunities for professional development. Employees are able to develop their skills in a variety of ways including on-the-job training, attending courses and workshops, undertaking secondments to other government agencies, being supported to engage in external study and through coaching and mentoring arrangements.
Salary and benefits
Employment at OQPC comes with attractive remuneration packages that include 4 weeks' recreation leave, annual leave loading at 17.5% and superannuation with generous employer contributions.
Our advertised vacancies outline the classification and salary entitlements for each position.