Organisational Culture and Capability Consultant (005149)

Department of State Growth
Business Services
People & Culture
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Tasmanian State Service Award - General Stream Band 6


$102,836.00 to $116,312.00 per annum

Employment type:

Permanent, flexible, Permanent, full-time



Job description:

Working with the Manager, Organisational Culture and Capability, this role leads aspects of the Department’s culture development and organisational capability functions. The role is responsible for the development and delivery of a wide range of projects, programs, and initiatives that enable organisational capability building and a constructive culture to embed positive change within the Agency.

We are a diverse and inclusive workplace that understands the importance of flexibility. Talk to us about what flexibility may look like for you.

The Department of State Growth has a unique opportunity to help shape the culture and capability program across our diverse Agency.  This is a key influencing role, where your experience in continuous improvement and questioning why we do things will be encouraged.  Your ideas will support better processes and practices in how we deliver our people initiatives, particularly across recruitment, talent strategy, leadership development, learning and cultural enhancement.  Come and join the team, exciting work awaits!


  • Provide coordination and support for the development, implementation, and review of projects and initiatives in relation to a range of culture development and organisational capability strategies considering contemporary practice and State Service policy developments.
  • With broad direction and guidance, lead the delivery and facilitation of aspects of the organisational culture and capability work initiatives and projects, with a focus on supporting the Agency to engage in learning and development opportunities, continually improve our talent attraction and retention strategies, enhance our culture and build leadership and internal capability.
  • Participate, contribute and work collaboratively across the People and Culture branch to develop policies and implement strategies; develop and facilitate integrated and cohesive services to meet business needs.
  • Undertake research, review and analysis of current and emerging trends in relation to contemporary human resource and organisational development priorities, to identify improvement strategies to maintain employee engagement and enhance employee experience.
  • Manage effective relationships with relevant stakeholders, both internally and externally, and at times represent the Agency at whole of government forums on people development initiatives directed towards improving whole of service capability.
  • Prepare high-level correspondence, reports, briefing papers, presentations, and promotional material to stakeholders on project initiatives and outcomes.

Desirable Requirements

  • Successful completion of tertiary qualification in human resources management and/or organisational or a related field.

Download the Statement of Duties and Associated Documents

Download File Statement of Duties - Organisational Culture and Capability Consultant.docx

Download File Statement of Duties - Organisational Culture and Capability Consultant.pdf

Download File Advice to applicants.DOCX

Download File Advice to applicants.pdf

For more information

Name: Simone Ashby
Position: Manager, Organisational Culture and Capability
Phone: (03) 6166 3312

How to apply

To apply, please provide a one - two page document outlining your experience skills, and knowledge as they relate to the statement of duties and a copy of your current resume.

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Complete the following application form and email your application to us at

Download File Application for Employment (Form 201).DOCX

Download File Application for Employment (Form 201).pdf


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