The Department of Education is committed to promoting a supportive workplace where employees and their leaders engage in regular and meaningful conversations (both informal and formal) about performance expectations, standards of conduct, developmental opportunities and career aspirations.
We are one of the largest public service agencies in QLD and promote best practice human resource management through the application of the Queensland Government
positive performance management (Directive 15/20). This directive is a supportive framework that allows employees and leaders to work together to develop and recognise performance, achievements and opportunities.
employee performance and development policy applies to all our people at the Department of Education and outlines the standards that apply to managing performance, professional development and recognition.
Our performance and development processes provide opportunity for staff to reflect and receive feedback on performance, identify developmental opportunities and establish goals to build greater confidence and capability to lead fulfilling careers.
Throughout your career with the department, you will work with your leader to develop performance plans and are encouraged to actively participate in conversations and seek opportunities for your professional growth.
Current employees of the department can access further information on OnePortal.